A presentation by three distinguished lawyers, historians, and scholars: Avi Bell, J.J. Surbeck and Rick Richman. April 28 at the Luxe Hotel Sunset in Los Angeles. Read more →
This week is Passover, the season of deliverance, and I’m praying for deliverance from America’s failed Jewish leadership. As Jews confront the most dangerous era since World War II, whom are we stuck with for leaders? Read more →
Hina Jilani is a Pakistani women’s rights activist, an advocate of the Supreme Court of Pakistan, a former U.N. Special Representative of the Secretary-General on Human Rights Defenders, and a co-author of the Goldstone Report. Read more →
A state built on coddling vicious murderers and allowing school buses to be fired upon cannot exist.
Sir, – Until the Palestinians understand the difference between saving their killers and wanting acknowledgement as a people, there can be no way they can be allowed to establish a state (“Failing to cross the moral threshold for statehood?,” April 18). Read more →
The great tragedy within contemporary Zionism is that Zionist leadership and articulators operate on a continuum of defensiveness, always reacting to the latest attack on Israel’s legitimacy. Read more →
The Berkowitz and Bell Statements on the Goldstone Report –
What Justice Goldstone Heard at Stanford on March 28
Rick Richman – Jewish Current Issues – April 07, 2011
The March 28 debate on the Goldstone Report at Stanford University Law School may have had a significance beyond the substantive discussion, because Justice Richard Goldstone was in attendance and, three days after the debate, published his now-famous recantation in the Washington Post.
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04/03/2011 07:58 PM
Goldstone Rethinks Smear Job against Israel
“If the precedent of delegitimization through extra-legal machinations is allowed to be set, no one will be immune.”
Retired South African judge Richard Goldstone, whose name graces the infamous “Goldstone Report” on Israeli Operation Cast Lead (December 2008-January 2009), has an op-edin the 1 April Washington Post that opens with the following statement:
We know a lot more today about what happened in the Gaza war of 2008-09 than we did when I chaired the fact-finding mission appointed by the U.N. Read more →