Countering Goldstone

IDF, Shin Bet cooperate with new report, declassifies hundreds of photos, videos, prisoner interrogations and Hamas sketches.

hamas fighter and cop 311  (photo credit: Adal Abu-On as an Izzadine al-Kassam operative and)
hamas fighter and cop 311
(photo credit: Adal Abu-On as an Izzadine al-Kassam operative and)
Hamas gunmen used Palestinian children as human shields, and established command centers and Kassam launch pads in and near more than 100 mosques and hospitals during Operation Cast Lead in the Gaza Strip last year, according to a new Israeli report being released on Monday that aims to counter criticism of the IDF.
The detailed 500-page report, obtained exclusively by The Jerusalem Post, was written by the Intelligence and Terrorism Information Center (Malam), a small research group led by Col. (res.) Reuven Erlich, a former Military Intelligence officer who works closely with the army.
The IDF and the Shin Bet (Israel Security Agency) cooperated with the report’s authors and declassified hundreds of photographs, videos, prisoner interrogations and Hamas-drawn sketches as part of an effort to counter the criticism leveled at Israel in the UN-sponsored Goldstone Report.

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