Andrew has read Goldstone's op-ed in The Jerusalem Post and he found it "completely
convincing."
I did not. I tend to think that it was a mistake on Israel's part not to cooperate with Goldstone, though it was an entirely understandable mistake: The U.N. has never conducted a fair investigation of Israel, so Israeli doubts about the process were justified. But on the merits of Goldstone's case, here's part of the reason why I'm not at all convinced. Watch the whole thing.

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