The recently published statement of the IDF Military Advocate General contradicts claims and conclusion of several NGOs and the UN Schabas/Davis Commission of Inquiry regarding specific incidents from the 2014 Gaza War.
NGO Monitor expresses concern regarding attempts by Human Rights Watch to influence UN Secretary General Ban Ki-Moons preparation of the Report on Children and Armed Conflict.
Amnesty Internationals report regarding American drone strikes in Pakistan is based on cursory evidence, potentially unreliable eyewitness accounts, and a faulty understanding of drone technology.
HRW clearly has no knowledge of the military intelligence possessed by Israeli commanders at the time of the strikes, or the military and moral concerns that guided their thinking.
When it comes to deadly attacks against Israelis, the silence of these NGOs is deafening, while their readiness to condemn Israel without any reliable fact-finding is indicative of a deep anti-Israel agenda.
Gerald Steinberg challenges the white phosphorous claims of Human Rights Watch, highlighting the inherent lack of expertise regarding military operations and weapons.