Thursday, May 13, 2010

Smearing Goldsmith: The Usual Suspects

May 13, 11:10 AM Current issue: May 2010 Harper's Washington Babylon blog

By Ken Silverstein
From Matthew Yglesias:

I find it a bit curious that strident defenders of Israeli foreign policy take a harder line on Richard Goldstone’s apartheid-era conduct than does Nelson Mandela and the leadership of the African National Congress. It’s almost enough to make you think that some of these attacks on Goldstone are offered in bad faith, and are more motivated by dislike for his conclusions about Israeli conduct during the Gaza war than genuine concern about his past conduct.

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