Zionists definitely said that Israel had done what any other country had done just as they try to make out that Israel is just like any other country. Well it now turns out that even Israel doesn't think that Israel did what any other country would have done.
According to the Guardian, Olmert (and his defence minister, Amir Peretz) have been criticised on the grounds that
there was no detailed military plan before him, it said. He failed to consult others or to take into account colleagues' reservations. He did not clearly set out the aims of the war, and the proposed goals were "not feasible".So zionists are going to have to jump through hoops to show how other countries embark on wars with unfeasible goals and no specific or detailed plans. That is they are going to have to show which countries or movements seem to see violence as an end in itself...
This is presumably in lots of papers today but the Financial Times claims to carry the Winograd Commission Statement here. The trouble is you have to send in your credit card/bank details in order to avail of a free two weeks subsrcription to access the section it's in, and I don't have time for all that.
Ha'aretz goes one better than the FT by carrying a piece in which it is reported that Hizbullah is holding up the Winograd Report as the final proof, if any were needed, of their victory over Israel.