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Amnesty officially calls Turkel report a “whitewash” – with no proof

Posted by avideditor on January 29, 2011

The solution to the “Palestinian” curse on Israel

From http://elderofziyon.blogspot.com/2011/01/amnesty-officially-calls-turkel-report.html

As a follow-up to this story I broke this morning, proving Amnesty’s bias by condemning the Turkel Commission report before even reading it, Amnesty has written a more comprehensive critique of the Turkel report, this time explicitly calling it a “whitewash.”

Of course, since Amnesty had already come to that conclusion before actually examining the report, we can rest assured that their objectivity in their analysis is equally flawed. Can it even enter one’s mind that Amnesty would have issued a press release saying, “Sorry, we were wrong”?

And, of course, Amnesty’s response falls short of proving anything close to what they are claiming:

Amnesty International has condemned the findings of an Israeli inquiry into last year’s raid on a Gaza-bound aid flotilla as a “whitewash” which failed to account for the deaths of nine Turkish nationals.

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Amnesty International’s Hateful bedfellows

Posted by avideditor on January 20, 2011

Amnesty International is evil. Just look at the groups of wackos they work with.
From http://elderofziyon.blogspot.com/2011/01/amnestys-hateful-bedfellows.html

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Coalition for a Free Palestine and Amnesty International, South Africa members hold a candlelight vigil in Johannesburg, Tuesday Jan 18, 2011 to commemorate Israeli attacks on Gaza in 2009.

Indeed, Amnesty co-sponsored this event with the Coalition for a Free Palestine.

And who exactly is that?

The Coalition for a Free Palestine (CFP) is a COSATU led coalition representing a wide range of civil society organizations and trade unions. Some member organizations include the South African Council of Churches, South African Young Communist League, South African Communist Party, Muslim Judicial Council, Muslim Students Association, Palestine Solidarity Alliance, Palestine Solidarity Committee, Palestine Solidarity Group and the student society, the Wits University Palestine Solidarity Committee.

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