Freedom Flotilla


Canadian and Irish Ships Set to Challenge Israel’s Illegal Gaza Blockade

The Canadian ship Tahrir and the Irish ship Saoirse have successfully reached international waters, marking the start of the Freedom Waves to Gaza campaign.

MB Chairman and Delegation Visit Erdogan

A high profile delegation from the Muslim Brotherhood (MB) visited Turkey’s PM Ragab Tayyip Erdogan at his Cairo residence Wednesday.

Israeli Navy Encircles “Dignity” at Sea

Three Israeli navy ships are encircling the French boat “Dignity” and blocking it from continuing its sail to the Gaza Strip on a humanitarian mission, press reports said on Tuesday.

Badei Calls For National Unity to Protect Revolution

Dr. Mohamed Badei, Chairman of the Muslim Brotherhood, called on the Egyptian people to protect their blessed revolution against those who are trying to hijack it away from its values

Lieberman: Israel will not apologize to Turkey

Israeli foreign minister Avigdor Lieberman has announced that his government would not apologize to Turkey over the deadly naval attack on the Freedom Flotilla aid convoy to Gaza that killed

Asian convoy to break Gaza siege to land in Syria Monday

A Gaza-bound humanitarian aid convoy dubbed Asia Convoy 1 has landed in Turkey and is scheduled to make its next stop in Syria on Monday before heading out to Egypt's

British MP: Tzipi Livni is a war criminal, daughter of a terrorist

When discussing before the House of Commons a change in British law that would ultimately harbor war criminals, MP Gerald Kaufman labeled former Israeli foreign minister Tzipi Livni “the daughter

Asia aid convoy reaches Iran en route to Gaza, 2nd Freedom Flotilla gears up

The aid convoy Asia left on Thursday Zahedan city, southeast of Iran, on its way to the besieged Gaza Strip, while the second Freedom Flotilla aid campaign is getting prepared

Erdogan: No relations with Israel until it apologizes

Turkish premier Recep Erdogan has affirmed that his government would not restore normal relations with Israel until it apologizes over the "savage attack" on the Turkish ship Mavi Marmara that

Can the BBC be trusted to handle its own complaints?

Richard Lightbown describes how his complaint to the BBC about the Panorama documentary "Death on the Med" had been "fobbed off with a variety of excuses and imaginative distortions of