Free Gaza

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Author(s) The Nation editorial board
Source The Nation
Date June 3, 2010
Quotes-start.png "What could have driven Israel to order its navy to attack, in international waters, a flotilla of ships full of human rights activists, MPs from governments around the world, a Nobel Prize winner and two former US diplomats? What was there to gain from killing civilians—at least nine are dead, along with several dozen injured—attempting to deliver desperately needed humanitarian aid for the 1.5 million people of Gaza suffering under an Israeli blockade?" Quotes-end.png

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This item argues against the position Israel was justified in its actions on the topic Gaza flotilla raid.