On Sunday, April 3, the Washington Post published a bombshell Op-Ed by Richard Goldstone in which he repudiated the central and most slanderous finding of the anti-Israel United Nations report that bears his name. But the New York Times — on both its opinion and news pages — seems to be trying to minimize the impact of his recanting.
Churches for Middle East Peace invoked the Goldstone Report as the Gospel truth about Operation Cast Lead but has not taken notice of the recent admission from its chief author that he got it wrong.
UPDATED: CAMERA has received a "response" from Justice Goldstone regarding our Nov. 17 letter requesting answers to specific questions addressing the substance of the Goldstone Report.
In an Op-Ed in the International Herald Tribune, Jimmy Carter enthusiastically endorses Goldstone's Report, grossly inflating the extent of destruction and the number of displaced Gazans, among other errors which require correction.
CAMERA lists and describes some of the many examples of factual errors and double standards in the Goldstone Report. The piece continues to be updated with additional information.
In a September 22, 2009 appearance on Janet Parshall's America, CAMERA analyst Dexter Van Zile recounts some of the problems with the Goldstone Report, which gave unwarranted credence to Hamas' claims of Israeli wrongdoing.
The editors of a prominent Catholic magazine, America, have used the Goldstone Report and the Mishnah Torah to charge Israel with war crimes while giving short shrift to the sins of Hamas.
The UN's Goldstone Report, which alleges Israeli war crimes, mangled the evidence it supposedly considered, making its conclusions foregone, and leaving its credibility shredded.
The U.N.'s Goldstone mission deemed Khaled and Kawthar Abed Rabbo "credible and reliable witnesses," yet the couple contradict each other in their testimony as well earlier sworn accounts given to NGOs.