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.
Israeli commentators are sounding the alarm on the potentially devastating consequences of the Goldstone report on the stability of the situation in the West Bank. Outside of Israel, the media has fallen behind on evolving events.
Gideon Levy thinks the UN's Goldstone report was a favor to Israel. He also claims Israel is treated too leniently by the world and that criticism of the Goldstone report is just mudslinging.
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.
Already months before the Goldstone Commission Report was published, commissioner Desmond Travers had made up his mind that something is rotten, even murderous, in the Israeli psyche.
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.
Critics of the Goldstone Commission have highlighted a letter showing that commission member Christine Chinkin had preconceived notions of Israeli guilt. The letter also reveals a tenuous grasp on the facts.