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I said this straight to Israeli agents, probably of Mossad or Shin Bet, and I say it again now, on the morning of the attack I was directly involved in the disarming of two Israeli Commandos. This was a forcible, non-negotiable, separation of weapons from commandos who had already murdered two brothers that I had seen that day. One brother with a bullet entering dead center in his forehead, in what appeared to be an execution. I knew the commandos were murdering when I removed a 9mm pistol from one of them. I had that gun in my hands and as an ex-US Marine with training in the use of guns it was completely within my power to use that gun on the commando who may have been the murderer of one of my brothers. But that is not what I, nor any other defender of the ship did. I took that weapon away, removed the bullets, proper lead bullets, separated them from the weapon and hid the gun. I did this in the hopes that we would repel the attack and submit this weapon as evidence in a criminal trial against Israeli authorities for mass murder.
I also helped to physically separate one commando from his assault rifle, which another brother apparently threw into the sea. I and hundreds of others know the truth that makes a mockery of the brave and moral Israeli military. We had in our full possession, three completely disarmed and helpless commandos. These boys were at our mercy, they were out of reach of their fellow murderers, inside the ship and surrounded by 100 or more men. I looked into the eyes of all three of these boys and I can tell you they had the fear of God in them. They looked at us as if we were them, and I have no doubt they did not believe there was any way they would survive that day. They looked like frightened children in the face of an abusive father.
But they did not face an enemy as ruthless as they. Instead the woman provided basic first aid, and ultimately they were released, battered and bruised for sure, but alive. Able to live another day. Able to feel the sun over head and the embrace of loved ones. Unlike those they murdered. Despite mourning the loss of our brothers, feeling rage towards these boys, we let them go. The Israeli prostitutes of propaganda can spew all of their disgusting bile all they wish, the commandos are the murders, we are the defenders, and yet we fought. We fought not just for our lives, not just for our cargo, not just for the people of Palestine, we fought in the name of justice and humanity. We were right to do so, in every way.
While in Israeli custody I, along with everyone else was subjected to endless abuse and flagrant acts of disrespect. Women and elderly were physically and mentally assaulted. Access to food and water and toilets was denied. Dogs were used against us, we ourselves were treated like dogs. We were exposed to direct sun in stress positions while hand cuffed to the point of losing circulation of blood in our hands. We were lied to incessantly, in fact I am awed at the routineness and comfort in their ability to lie, it is remarkable really. We were abused in just about every way imaginable and I myself was beaten and choked to the point of blacking out… and I was beaten again while in my cell.
In all this what I saw more than anything else were cowards… and yet I also see my brothers. Because no matter how vile and wrong the Israeli agents and government are, they are still my brothers and sisters and for now I only have pity for them. Because they are relinquishing the most precious thing a human being has, their humanity.
I could not find the real expressions to describe
daily crimes and aggressions from The Zionist forces on the Palestinian women , Those pictures are enough to find israelian government, army forces and people are guilty
We All Are Responsible About What's happening to Palestinian people
Let's bear our responsibilities
Let's change our behaviors
There's No Power Or Strength Except With Allah
FLOTILLA' ISRAEL attacks aid ship headed for Palestine - [Update: Israel rejects UN multinational inquiry
HAIFA, Israel – Israeli warships attacked at least one of six ships carrying pro-Palestinian activists and aid for the blockaded Gaza Strip, killing at least two and wounding an unknown number of people on board. Israeli navy forces fired at the ship and boarded it, wounding the captain. The Turkish NTV network also reported an Israeli takeover with gunfire, and that at least two people were killed.
The al-Jazeera broadcast ended with a voice shouting in Hebrew, "Everybody shut up!"
A Turkish website showed video of pandemonium on board one of the ships, with activists in orange life jackets running around as some tried to help an activist apparently unconscious on the deck. The site also showed video of an Israeli helicopter flying overhead and Israeli warships nearby.
The flotilla was "fully prepared for the different scenarios" that might arise, and organizers were hopeful that Israeli authorities would "do what's right" and not stop the convoy. The flotilla, which includes three cargo ships and three passenger ships, is trying to draw attention to Israel's blockade of Gaza. The boats are carrying items that Israel bars from reaching Gaza, like cement and other building materials. The activists said they also were carrying hundreds of electric-powered wheelchairs, prefabricated homes and water purifiers.
Sunday, June 6, 2010
Israel’s Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu stridently defended Israel’s forceful interception early Monday of six aid ships headed for Gaza, noting that a ship can carry tons of weapons and hundreds of rockets.
“It is our duty to scrutinize each ship that approaches Gaza,” he told a news conference in Jerusalem. “I want to clarify to the citizens of the world what would happen if we don’t do that: It would mean an Iranian port in Gaza, at a distance of only a few dozen kilometres from Tel Aviv and Jerusalem.” In Geneva, the United Nations Human Rights Council passed a resolution condemning the incident, calling for Israel to lift the blockade and agreeing to send an “independent international fact-finding mission” to investigate the raid.
The United States voted against, along with Norway and Italy, while other European Union states and Japan abstained. The U.S. called the vote a “rush to judgement.” In New York, UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon said he needed to further discuss with UN members about ways to launch the investigation, which is also supported by the U.N. Security Council.
Mr. Ban also issued an urgent appeal to prevent another violent incident as another blockade-running ship, the Irish MV Rachel Corrie, was expected to arrive off Gaza in two weeks.
“Everything must be done to prevent another incident of this kind,” he said. “At this sensitive time, it is essential to avoid provocations.” Israel early Thursday completed the release of the bodies of the nine people killed in the raid, in addition to deporting 527 foreign nationals who had been detained from the blockade-running flotilla, the country’s Foreign Ministry announced.
Three of the fatalities were positively identified as Turks, while Israel had been unable to identify the other six bodies due to lack of documentation or lack of cooperation by other passengers.
Seven injured activists remained hospitalized in Israel, while three uninjured detainees - an Irishman, an Australian woman and an Italian man - remained behind due to procedural problems.
Turkish ambulance and passenger planes and one Greek plane lifted off from Israel late Wednesday and early Thursday. Along with people released on Tuesday into Jordan, a total of some 705 activists of the Gaza “Freedom Flotilla” have left Israel.
In Jerusalem, a furious and rare clash erupted in Israel’s parliament between Arab and Jewish lawmakers over the fatal interception. Ushers had to keep the shouting, pushing and insult-exchanging lawmakers apart.
Calls for Israel to lift the blockade also came from British Prime Minister David Cameron, who said it “strengthens Hamas’ grip on the economy and on Gaza, and it’s in (Israel’s) own interests to lift it and allow these vital supplies to get through.” The six—ship flotilla was intercepted by the Israeli Navy in international waters before dawn Monday, and seized by Israeli naval commandos when the ships rejected an order to change course and proceed to the Israeli port of Ashdod, instead of the Gaza Strip.
“It was not the love boat. It was a boat of hatred. It was not a flotilla of peace. It was a flotilla of supporters of terrorists,” Mr. Netanyahu charged.
Mr. Netanyahu repeated Israel’s insistence that the Israeli soldiers who boarded “were attacked with knives” and were fired upon with their own guns after activists snatched them from them.
New Israeli military video footage showed foreign activists on board one of the six ships preparing for the expected Israeli naval take-over. The activists stand raising sticks in their hands when the Israeli naval forces approached. They are wearing gas masks and life vests.
The Israeli claims were disputed by one of the founders of the Free Gaza Movement, which organized the flotilla, Greta Berlin, who said the Israelis had started to shoot into the crowd for no justifiable reason.
Israel dispatched several truckloads of the aid on board the flotilla to Gaza, including medical equipment, wheel chairs, and some food, Major Guy Inbar told dpa.
Sacks of concrete and metal rods that had been on board were not transferred to Gaza. Israel alleges militants could use them to build fortifications and weapons.
Israel placed the Gaza Strip under siege in June 2006, after militants launched a cross-border raid and snatched an Israeli soldier, still held somewhere in the salient.
The blockade was tightened even further in June 2007, after gunmen from Hamas routed security personnel loyal to the Palestinian Authority and took control of the enclave by force.
Keywords: Ban Ki-moon, Israel, Netanyahu, flotilla raid, James Cameron