New Book on Goldstone available at Amazon



NGO Monitor and the JCPA have published The Goldstone Report “Reconsidered” – A Critical Analysis, a collection of essays on theReport and its impact on international law and principles of universal human rights, in particular in the context of asymmetric warfare.Reconsidered is the essential volume for analyzing the origins and background of Goldstone’s “fact-finding mission”, its activities and failures, and the wider implications.  

The book is available on Amazon: 


Foreword: The Dangerous Bias of the United Nations Goldstone ReportDore Gold, Jerusalem Center for Public Affairs

From Durban to Goldstone: Abusing Human Rights for Political Warfare, Gerald M. Steinberg, Bar Ilan University/NGO Monitor

The Goldstone Mission  –  Tainted to the Core, Irwin Cotler, Canadian Member of Parliament

The U.N.’s Book of Judges, Ed Morgan, University of Toronto

Goldstone’s Gaza Report: A Failure of Intelligence, Richard Landes, Boston University

NGOs & the Goldstone Report, Anne Herzberg, NGO Monitor

Report of an Expert Meeting which Assessed Procedural Criticisms made of the U.N. Fact-finding Mission on the Gaza Conflict (The Goldstone Report), Chatham House

The Case Against the Goldstone Report  –  A Study in Evidentiary Bias, Alan Dershowitz, Harvard University

Letter to Justice Goldstone, Trevor Norwitz, Columbia University

The Goldstone Report and International Law, Peter Berkowitz, Stanford University

The Application of IHL in the Goldstone Report: A Critical Commentary, Laurie Blank, Emory University

A Critique of the Goldstone Report and its Treatment of International Humanitarian Law,Avi Bell, Bar Ilan University/University of San Diego

The Goldstone Illusion, Moshe Halbertal, Hebrew University

Some of these articles are already available at Understanding the Goldstone Report. But even if you don’t need a copy yourself, buy one to give to your favorite liberal cognitive egocentrist (LCE), and insist your library get a copy.

2 Responses to New Book on Goldstone available at Amazon

  1. Rich Rostrom says:

    I wonder how the book’s message is affected by Goldstone’s recent mea culpa.

    It’s a bit awkward to denounce a man for his misguided views, and have the denunciation appear just after he recants them.

    • dante says:

      goldstone offered a limited and tentative reconsideration of a single slander and, he seemed to immediately reverse himself by essentially reasserting his approval for the report of the commission that he headed. he is a contemptible and disgusting figure; he either actively collaborated in the fabrication of the commission’s “findings” or he was, as some say, not actively involved but allowed the findings to be published over his name. either way, he joined Israel’s enemies and it is with those enemies that his name will forever be associated.

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