A Turkish court today halted a case brought by victims of an Israeli raid on an aid flotilla that killed 10 people in 2010, a lawyer for the victims’ families said, following a deal in June to restore ties between Israel and Turkey. Israeli-Turkish relations broke down in 2010 when[…]
The reactions of the Turkish-Israeli rapprochement deal have been have been met with a plethora of emotions. Some Palestinians have argued that despite Turkish rhetoric, national self-interest would always supersede that of the Palestinian people. Others have reflected sentiments of disillusionment at the about turn taken by Turkey which appears[…]
As we commemorate World Solidarity Day with Gaza, we remember the events that occurred exactly six years ago on the Mavi Mara Flotilla. While on enroute to the Gaza Strip in a bid to break the Israeli blockade, the Flotilla was attacked by Israeli forces resulting in the death of[…]
31st of May has been declared as the World Solidarity Day With Gaza by the world campaign for the support of women boats to Gaza, in commemoration of the sixth anniversary of the Israeli attack on the Mavi Marmara flotilla. On May 31st 2010, nine Turkish activists were killed by[…]
High ranking officials of the Directorate of the Priority Crimes Investigation Unit of the South African Police Services have this week confirmed that warrants of arrest have been issued against four Israeli commanders from the Israeli Navy and Israeli Defence Force (IDF), who were responsible for the attacks on the[…]
Activists who were part of the humanitarian aid flotilla that attempted to break through the Gaza blockade in 2010, have welcomed a ruling by the International Criminal Court (ICC) surrounding the case of the Mavi Marmara vessel. Following a referral from the island nation of Comoros, the ICC declared Israel[…]
The International Criminal Court (ICC) said Israel is guilty of “war crimes” in the Mavi Marmara raid, which nine Turkish activists were killed by Israeli commandos, Turkey’s IHH Humanitarian Relief Foundation announced on Tuesday. The International Criminal Court opened a preliminary examination into the events surrounding the 2010 Israel Navy[…]
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