A review of the evidence in the context of past realities and future plans
This collection of essays has been prepared to shed light on the Report of the Panel appointed by the Secretary General of the United Nations.
It is divided into several sections. The first looks into the manner in which the Panel was set up and what it says. The critique both of purported facts and modalities adopted is followed by analysis of some of the personalities involved in what seems a well targeted plan. This is followed by letters that respond to questions as well as particular allegations.