Gaza Freedom Flotilla

Turkish court issues "historic" arrest warrants for Israeli army commanders

A tenth Turkish civilian has died after a four-year coma. He was shot in the head by Israeli commandos who raided the Mavi Marmara humanitarian aid boat in May 2010.

Investigate Israel's killing of US teen, rights group tells Obama

Barack Obama has maintained silence over Israel’s 2009 killing of Furkan Doğan on the Gaza-bound Mavi Marmara.

Was Israel's flotilla apology really a triumph for Turkey?

Murat Dagli
Istanbul
17 April 2013
Turkish prime minister seen gesturing with hand in front of flag of Turkey

Voices critical of the rapprochement have been silenced by the Turkish media.

"Trade not aid" focus of new attempt to break Gaza blockade

Eva Bartlett
Gaza City
27 March 2013

While the Freedom Flotilla tried to bring aid to the Strip, Gaza’s Ark seeks to export locally produced goods.

US investigated Gaza flotilla passengers for terror ties but not Israel's slaying of citizen, new docs show

Thousands of pages of documents released after lawsuit show US prioritized protecting Israel’s interests over its own citizens’ rights.

Spies "monitoring" Palestine solidarity groups around world, says Israeli military correspondent

Influential Haarertz journalist with access to Israeli army sources says shift in focus started in 2010 after deadly attack on Freedom Flotilla.

Spain prosecutor requests ICC referral of case against Israel's Netanyahu for 2010 flotilla attack

Spanish prosecutor finds “strong evidence” of crimes against humanity, illegal detention and torture in Israel’s attack on Gaza flotilla.

Israel named "world humanitarian leader" in EU propaganda exercise

The European Friends of Israel have decided to give Zionism a caring facade over the next few weeks.

Why Palestine is a key issue for UK trade unions

Sarah Colborne
United Kingdom
24 September 2012
Members of the Trades Union Congress in the UK unanimously voted to campaign towards ending Israel’s devastating siege on Gaza.

New book "Freedom Sailors" provides riveting account of siege-breaking journey to Gaza

Rod Such
21 August 2012
Freedom Sailors is a first-hand account of the first successful attempt to break the Israeli siege of the Gaza Strip by sailing two boats into Gaza City in 2008.

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