InDepth – End the blockade of Gaza

A collection of articles from across the Middle East and Europe condemning the attack on the aid flotilla en route to Gaza with humanitarian aid. Below is Joe Higgins challenging the US embassador to the EU on the attack.

Build up the movement for Palestinian rights in Lebanon
By CWI reporters Lebanon


10,000 strong Tel Aviv protest against attack on aid flotilla
By Yasha Marmer, 11th June 2010

Socialist Party MEP condemns slaughter of peace activists by Israeli Defence Force
By Joe Higgins, 31 May 2010

Statement by of Tnua’t Maavak Sozialisti / Harakat Nidal Eshtaraki (Socialist Struggle Movement, CWI Israel)

Translated text of a leaflet (in Arabic) that is being distributed in Beirut by supporters of the CWI in Lebanon

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