Backed by civil society movements, the Turkish government sends a message to the UN: the international community must not guarantee Israel of impunity for its crimes against international law. Read more about How civil society pushed Turkey to ditch Israel's war industry
Lawyers representing the victims of the Israeli military attack on the Mavi Marmara have affirmed that they are pursuing legal action against the perpetrators, including individuals Israeli soldiers. Read more about Mavi Marmara lawyers pursue criminal complaints against Israelis, declare UN report "null and void"
Guest post by Sami Kishawi: Read more about A subtle form of whitewash: the Palmer report on Israel's attack on the flotilla
Last June, as the Gaza Freedom Flotilla 2 was preparing its attempt to break the illegal Israeli siege of Gaza, many were dismayed when the Mavi Marmara was withdrawn from the flotilla. Why did Turkey do this? Read more about The real reasons Turkey stopped the Mavi Marmara sailing to Gaza last June
Major rights organizations say that recommendations made by a UN panel inquiry into Israel’s deadly use of force on the Mavi Marmara aid ship last year do not provide effective remedy for the victims and their families. Read more about Rights orgs: Gaza siege illegal, Palmer recommendations fall far short of justice
The Palmer report on Israel’s attack on the Mavi Marmara and the Gaza Freedom flotilla is hopelessly flawed and lacking in credibility. Read more about Why the Palmer-Uribe report on Israel's flotilla attack is worthless