Monday, June 28, 2021

Human Rights Watch and Amnesty have literally no one with any serious military experience yet they confidently talk about "war crimes" without knowing what kinds of decisions military commanders have to make with limited information. 

International law takes these things into account, but "human rights" organizations do not - and therefore make flawed analyses all the time.

The New York Times' report on Israel's bombing of Wehda Street, which relied on an Israel-hating Amnesty "expert," is what prompted me to make this. 

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