US Congress leaders write to the chairman
of UN inquiry into 2014 Gaza war

Senior leaders of both parties encourage the UN inquiry
to rely on  independent, expert analysis of the conflict.

The Chairman and Ranking Member of the House Foreign Affairs Committee and the Chairman of the House Armed Services Committee sent a bipartisan letter to the heads of the UN inquiry into the 2014 Gaza conflict calling on them to take into account the findings of the JINSA-commissioned 2014 Gaza War Assessment.

JINSA’s Gaza Conflict Task Force  found that Hamas had actually encouraged collateral damage, violated international law, and that the IDF met or exceeded its requirements under the Law of Armed Conflict. The letter represents a significant step by

Click here for the letter by Congress leaders to chairperson McGowan

Click here for the complete JINSA report 

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