Gaza flotilla show down + Radio contact with Cyprus Police + FreeGaza Update

RussiaToday — May 28, 2010 — Gaza could be set for its latest humanitarian, and possibly military, confrontation. An international flotilla carrying aid is heading there, in defiance of a blockade imposed by Israel. Tel Aviv is preparing to block the effort at all costs.

Gaza flotilla show down: Life line or a dead end?


Radio contact with Cyprus Police/Challenger 1 28th May 2010

gazafriends — May 28, 2010 — The Challenger 1, Free Gaza passenger boat among the Freedom Flotilla, while holding for the other boats to join, close to Cyprus waters, has been contacted via radio by a Cipriot Police Helicopter. This video is recording the converstation. May 28th, 2010

Shane Dillon (Mate on Challenger 1 commented :
“it is rather shocking that an EU Country refused to let members of another EU Country’s Parliament into its port on a humanitarian mission.”

images by Scott Hamann, passenger and Fiachra O Luain, crew on board.


Israel’s Gaza PR offensive

Onun Cuyil

May 27, 2010 — While boats battle to get through the siege of Gaza, Gazans can eat out in fancy restaurants and have no need of aid.

That’s what Israel has been telling journalists, at least.

Sherine Tadros picks apart the media campaign. AlJazeeraEnglish


FreeGaza Update from Challenger 1

gazafriends — May 28, 2010 — Challenger 1 | Update | May 28, 2010 7:30pm Update given by Ewa Jasiewicz.


Noam Chomsky takes on Israeli propaganda in an interview on Israeli TV

From Mairead Maguire, Nobel Peace Prize Laureate RE: Gaza-Palestine, Vanunu and More

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