Israel's military "betrayed an unacceptable level of brutality" and violated human rights in its attack on the Gaza flotilla in May, declared a UN panel set up to investigate the controversy.
The first official probe into May's gaza flotilla disaster - conducted by the not entirely objective Israel Defense Force - has criticised the Israeli navy but stopped short of pointing the finger at any specific individual.
A Canadian photographer aboard the Mavi Marmara took photos of bloodied Israeli soldiers and a pro-Palestinian protester with a knife and gave them to a Turkish newspaper. But why did Reuters edit the knife out?
One Crikey readers says it would be a shame if Rundle readers stopped after the first inflammatory sentence. Plus, why should the miners have been consulted before the RSPT introduced?
Author Henning Mankell was on board the Gaza-bound flotilla attacked by Israel last week. He tells his story of the raid and then how he was captured and deported out of Israel.
Crikey readers weigh in to the latest debate surrounding Israel and the Middle East. Also, does anyway have any respect for the RSPT?