VIDEO: Israel Kills 20 : Attacks Gaza Aid Fleet: Exclusive Footage of Israeli Raids

Israel Navy troops opened fire on pro-Palestinian activists aboard a six-ship aid flotilla sailing for the Gaza Strip early Monday.


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Israeli Defense Force Video


The Israeli Defense Force has released more video from the flotilla allegedly showing IDF naval personnel being attacked after they had boarded the flotilla.

Civilians Under Attack by Israel

(Cypro us, June 1, 2010, 6:30 am) Under darkness of night, Israeli commandoes boarded the Turkish passenger ship, Mavi Marmara, and began to shoot. According to the live video from the ship, two have been killed, and 31 injured. Al Jazeera has just confirmed the numbers. Israel says they are taking over the boats.

Streaming video shows the Israeli soldiers shooting at civilians, and our last SPOT beacon said, “HELP, we are being contacted by the Israelis.”

The coalition of Free Gaza Movement (FG), European Campaign to End the Siege of Gaza (ECESG), Insani Yardim Vakfi (IHH), the Perdana Global Peace Organisation , Ship to Gaza Greece, Ship to Gaza Sweden, and the International Committee to Lift the Siege on Gaza appeal to the international community to demand that Israel stop their brutal attack on civilians delivering vitally needed aid to the imprisoned Palestinians of Gaza and permit the ships to continue on their way.

The attack has happened in international waters, 75 miles off the coast of Israel, in direct violation of international law.
The Free Gaza Movement


George Galloway Speaks Out About Attack On Humanitarian Aid Ships

Israeli police say 16 Gaza-bound activists sent to jail: Israel has said it will deport the roughly 700 activists in the flotilla. But those who refuse to cooperate will be jailed. About 80 activists have been brought to shore so far.

Erdogan: Aid ship raid is Israeli state terrorism: Turkish PM says raid on Gaza-bound aid flotilla ‘totally contrary to principles of international.’ Merkel speaks with Netanyahu, Erdogan in bid to ease tensions. Irish PM: Israel de facto occupying force in Gaza

Turkey vows response to Israeli attack: “It should be known that we will not stay silent and unresponsive in the face of this inhuman state terror,” he was quoted as saying by AFP on Monday. – “International law has been trampled underfoot,” Erdogan argued.

Turkey seeks Security Council meeting, condemns Israel: Turkey canceled joint military exercises with Israel and called for an emergency meeting of the UN Security Council after pro-Palestinian activists were killed when Israeli marines stormed a Turkish aid ship bound for Gaza.

Live coverage: Israel’s flotilla raid: We’ll be live-blogging the aftermath of this incident throughout the day; keep checking back for international reaction, news from our correspondents on the ground, photos and video

Turks rally against Israeli attack: Around 10,000 people marched from the Israeli consulate in Istanbul towards the city’s main square shouting slogans and waving banners saying “Killer Israel”.

Rage in London at Israel’s killing of peace activists: Protesters in London have blocked traffic from moving along Whitehall. People are continuing to join the demonstration.

In pictures: Flotilla protest outside UN building, Beirut: Demonstrators gathered outside the main UN office in Beirut, ESCWA, today to protest against Israel’s attack on the humanitarian aid flotilla heading to Gaza. According to media reports, at least 19 people have been killed.

At least 12 nations summon Israeli ambassadors: A host of governments have summoned Israeli ambassadors to provide a full explanation on the assault.

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