Saturday, April 02, 2011

Jews Sans Frontieres will "keep in mind" possibility that Goldstone editorial is April Fool's Day joke

Frontiers evidently play an important role in cognitive function:
The date of the Washington Post article by Goldstone is April 1st. Could it be an April fool? I don't think it can be because it is in the name of Richard Goldstone himself. Goldstone wouldn't joke about something that nearly cost him his place at his grandson's bar mitzvah and surely the Washington Post wouldn't take in vain the name of so august a personage as Judge Goldstone. Nope, I don't think it can be an April fool but it is bizarre. The only example he gives of something he described as an Israeli war crime is now explained away by Israeli negligence. And yet examples of crimes in the report of the report that he linked to cannot possibly have been negligence. Goldstone's about turn is bizarre but I don't think it's a joke. I will however keep in mind the possibility that someone thought it might make a funny April fool.
Let us recall some of what the Goldstone report inspired:

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