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Zoabi to testify before UN panel probing Flotilla massacre

Arab Knesset member Hanin Zoabi is expected to testify on Tuesday in Amman before a UN panel investigating Israel's deadly attack on Freedom Flotilla convoy that happened on May 31.

Hewitt: The humanitarian situation in besieged Gaza catastrophic

Head of the British charity Interpal, Ibrahim Hewitt, said the humanitarian situation in the besieged Gaza Strip went beyond the crisis stage and became disastrous in every sense of the

IHH Statement Regarding The Israeli Report

IHH Humanitarian Relief Foundation continues to insist on its request for an international probe to independently investigate the Israeli attack on Mavi Marmara.

Kenneth O’Keefe – Countering Israeli Propaganda (Must Watch Video Interview)

HARDtalk with Kenneth O'Keefe talks about the attack on the MV Mavi Marmara that was trying to run the blockade on Gaza.

Statement issued by 285 civil society organizations in the Arab World

A statement condemning the crime committed against the relief convoy and demanding the dismantling of the blockade on Gaza and the turnover of the Israeli`s war criminals to International Justice

Holmes calls for ending blockade on Gaza

John Holmes, the UN under-secretary-general for humanitarian affairs, has denounced the Israeli attack on the Freedom Flotilla that was heading to break the Israeli siege on Gaza.

Hamas: Israel fully responsible for its brutal attack on Freedom Flotilla

The Movement of Hamas held Israel fully responsible for its brutal aggression on the Freedom Flotilla ships and the passengers aboard and described it as a new crime against humanity

Medvedev, Assad, Mishaal call for easing blockade on Gaza

Visiting Russian president Dmitry Medvedev, Syrian president Bashar Al-Assad, and Hamas leader Khaled Mishaal called in a meeting in Damascus on Tuesday for extending assistance to the besieged Gaza people.

Institutions in Europe promise to continue their efforts to expose Israel’s crimes

Representatives of European, Palestinian and Islamic institutions in Europe promised, during their participation in the first annual week for victims of Palestine which kicked off last week on Wednesday, to