"As of Monday morning, the home page of Amnesty International, a group dedicated to "internationally recognized human rights," didn’t mention the Gaza killings. But at noon yesterday, the group posted a statement calling for Hamas and Fatah to "end revenge killings, attacks and abductions." The plight of the Palestinians is referred to in a May 31 report, "Enduring Occupation: Palestinians Under Siege in the West Bank."

The report represents the group’s commemoration of the "40th Anniversary of the Palestinian Territories." Israeli security checkpoints, constructed after a spate of terrorism and murder, are the centerpiece of the Amnesty International report. The open battle in Gaza, however, was missing in action. "  Click here for full article