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Guilty as Charged in Gaza Prison

I arrived in Gaza with 45 others from 16 different countries on August 23, 2008 as part of the Free Gaza Movement.[1]  For this we are guilty of exercising the inherent human right to travel as outlined in Article 13... Continue Reading →

Free Gaza Arrives! – August 23, 2008

Departing Cyprus I felt, as did many of us, relief that we were finally setting off for Gaza.  I can honestly say that I always believed that we had a better chance then not of making it to Gaza.  But... Continue Reading →

Free Gaza – Crete to Cyprus August 2008

Leaving Sitia Port in Crete we finally confronted the test of the boats that would include a minimum of 20 hours straight in the open sea.  But the departure from Crete was picture perfect; conditions to the next port on... Continue Reading →

Free Gaza – Greece to Cyprus, August 2008

The Free Gaza Movement had already been delayed for various reasons including lack of funding, probable interference from Israel in the purchase of a boat, the death of one of the contributors (Riad, a lovely man), etc.  So the August... Continue Reading →

Free Gaza Preparation – Arrival in Greece, July 2008

Free Gaza Movement I first heard about the Free Gaza Movement via an email from a friend who sends me such info from his email list. The first moment I read about it I had the utmost respect and I... Continue Reading →

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