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Israeli commandos murder 15 peace campaigners bringing humanitarian aid to Palestine

The Israeli regime has illegally intercepted boats in international waters, killing at least 15 peace campaigners on board who were carrying humanitarian aid for Palestinians in Gaza. This part of Palestine has been subject to an illegal blockade by Israel for many years, comparable to a medieval seige, and civillians there are suffering and dying.

Reporting of the event in certain sections of the corporate media has been deceptive and misleading. A typical example is offered by this morning's Metro newspaper in London, whose front-page makes it sound like Israel is trying to help Palestinians following an invasion by terrorists in a military coup or invasion by outsiders: "the Israeli trade blockade was imposed after the milinant Hamas group siezed the territory of 1.5 million  Palestinians in 2007." What a curious choice of words to describe the democratically elected government of Palestine.


The Independent, "'10 killed' on Gaza aid flotilla", 30 May 2010.


The Metro, "Concern for missing Brits on Gaza aid flotilla", 1 May 2010.
["We have been calling but the Israelis have clearly blocked all the numbers" ... "This is international waters and not Israeli waters, not in the 68-mile exclusion zone. We’re being attacked in international waters completely illegally.’"]

The Metro, "William Hague calls for answers from Israel over Gaza aid ship attack", 1 May 2010.
["This deplorable incident, which took place in open seas and constitutes a flagrant breach of international law" ... "Deputy foreign minister Danny Ayalon described the ships as an ‘armada of hate’ in support of the ‘Hamas terror organisation’."]

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