New report on legal aspects of Gaza Strip border restrictions

With the BBC having self-conscripted last summer to the campaign (also promoted by Hamas, assorted ‘humanitarian’ agencies and NGOs) against the border restrictions on the Gaza Strip imposed by Israel as a means ofKerem Shalom curbing terrorism against its civilians and with inaccurate BBC use of the term ‘collective punishment’ sadly not a rare occurrence, readers will no doubt be interested to read a new JCPA report which addresses both those topics.

The report by international human rights lawyer Justus Reid Weiner is titled “Israel and the Gaza Strip: Why Economic Sanctions Are Not Collective Punishment” and it can be found here.


One comment on “New report on legal aspects of Gaza Strip border restrictions

  1. Hello Hadar Sela First may I congratulate you on the outstanding job you’re doing regarding the BBC’s ingrained bias against Israel. I am coming to the conclusion, even without your incisive comments that the BBC is also anti Jewish. Having made a complaint to the BBC several months ago regarding the venomous Orla G, my complaint was brushed off in an offhand manner. (I copied you in). After all, how could anyone criticise the BBC Guardianistas for the way that “their” news is presented. I have a question. Once a complaint has been rejected by their first line staff, how do I progress the complaint further pray? Hopefully you will find the time to answer so that I can start another round, perhaps this time directed against Mr Bowen. Regards Richard HoneWarminsterWiltshire

    Date: Wed, 25 Mar 2015 14:03:28 +0000 To:

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