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Kaping Vredesboot Naar Gaza

Anoniem heeft een nieuwe reactie op je bericht "We Won't Fight Another Rich Man's War!!!" achtergelaten: 

Over de kaping vredesboot naar Gaza:

http://www.dewereldmorgen.be/artikel/2016/10/06/israel-entert-vredesboot-naar-gaza
http://khamakarpress.com/2016/10/06/pure-piraterij/

Schrijf je verontwaardiging aan Minister Koenders!
Laat hem Israel berispen en houden aan het internationaal recht.
Eis dat de Israelische ambassadeur verantwoording aflegt over de kaping van het schip en de kidnapping van de opvarenden.

https://www.rijksoverheid.nl/contact/contactformulier

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m.servaes@tweedekamer.nlr.deroon@tweedekamer.nl, Raymond Knops , HvBommel@sp.nls.sjoerdsma@tweedekamer.nlj.klaver@tweedekamer.nlj.voordewind@tweedekamer.nlC.vdStaaij@tweedekamer.nlt.kuzu@tweedekamer.nlj.vklaveren@tweedekamer.nl, Marianne Thieme , h.krol@tweedekamer.nlj.houwers@tweedekamer.nlklein@tweedekamer.nlr.vvliet@tweedekamer.nls.gesthuizen@tweedekamer.nld.graus@tweedekamer.nll.jacobi@tweedekamer.nlp.ulenbelt@tweedekamer.nlr.vermeij@tweedekamer.nla.bosman@tweedekamer.nlt.vdekken@tweedekamer.nl, Elbert Dijkgraaf , s.dikkers@tweedekamer.nlh.lodders@tweedekamer.nlj.monasch@tweedekamer.nll.vtongeren@tweedekamer.nl, Stientje van Veldhoven , k.verhoeven@tweedekamer.nli.dcaluwe@tweedekamer.nle.ziengs@tweedekamer.nlj.geurts@tweedekamer.nlr.klever@tweedekamer.nlagnes.mulder@tweedekamer.nlSecretariaat.VanVeen@tweedekamer.nl, Jan Vos , r.heerema@tweedekamer.nle.bruins@tweedekamer.nlr.bosma@tweedekamer.nlbastiaan.vanapeldoorn@eerstekamer.nldiederik.vandijk@eerstekamer.nlt.elzinga@eerstekamer.nlthom.degraaf@eerstekamer.nlhenk.tenhoeve@eerstekamer.nlben.knapen@eerstekamer.nltkox@sp.nlr.kuiper@eerstekamer.nlfrits.lintmeijer@eerstekamer.nlgidi.markuszower@eerstekamer.nlm.martens@eerstekamer.nlmarnix.vanrij@eerstekamer.nlmartin.vanrooijen@eerstekamer.nlS.Schaap@tip.nlherman.schaper@eerstekamer.nln.j.schrijver@planet.nlpetra.stienen@eerstekamer.nlt.strik@eerstekamer.nlpaul.tang@europarl.europa.euagnes.jongerius@europarl.europa.eukati.piri@europarl.europa.eusophie.intveld@ep.europa.eugerben-jan.gerbrandy@ep.europa.eumarietje.schaake@ep.europa.eumatthijs.vanmiltenburg@europarl.europa.euhans.vanbaalen@europarl.europa.eucora.vannieuwenhuizen@europarl.europa.eujan.huitema@europarl.europa.euesther.delange@ep.europa.euwim.vandecamp@ep.europa.eujeroen.lenaers@ep.europa.eu, Lambert Van Nistelrooij , annie.schreijer-pierik@ep.europa.euddejong@sp.nlamineur@sp.nlbas.eickhout@europarl.europa.eu, SARGENTINI Judith , bastiaan.belder@europarl.europa.eupeter.vandalen-office@europarl.europa.eu, Han ten Broeke  

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Zaytouna-Oliva Women to be ‘deported’ / Details Emerge about the Capture

Women's Boat to Gaza > Blog > News > Zaytouna-Oliva Women to be ‘deported’ / Details Emerge about the Capture

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Two journalists from Al Jazeera who were on board Zaytouna-Oliva have been released and have safely reached London and Moscow. The other 11 women of the Women’s Boat to Gaza are still in detention, but we anticipate that they will be ‘deported’ soon, as they were moved yesterday from Givon Prison to a detention facility at Ben-Gurion airport.
Wendy Goldsmith, a member of the land team working to secure the release of the women stated that, “the deportation is happening much quicker than in previous flotillas. While we had a great legal team assisting the women, we suspect that the reason for the quick release was because of all the negative media attention Israel has been receiving for its illegal interception, including the demand of rock band Pink Floyd.” According to early reports from the women released, the Zaytouna-Oliva was surrounded by two warships along with four to five smaller naval boats. The Israeli Occupation Forces (IOF) demanded that the Zaytouna-Oliva stop its course towards Gaza. When the warning was refused, at least seven IOF members, both male and female, boarded our yacht and commandeered it in international waters.
In the course of their capture, the women insisted that Israel’s attack was illegal and that they were being taken against their will to Israel. The Women’s Boat to Gaza campaign asserts that while the captivity of the women on board Zaytouna-Oliva may soon be over, the captivity of 1.9 million Palestinian people in Gaza remains. Whilst the term “peaceful” has been used in some media to describe the attack and capture of our boat, this is inaccurate. Peace is more than merely the absence of physical violence. Oppression, occupation, denial of human rights and taking a boat of unarmed, non-violent women against their will are not peaceful activities. Indeed, as Zaytouna-Oliva approached Palestine, the IOF launched multiple air raids across the Gaza Strip.
The Women’s Boat to Gaza and the Freedom Flotilla Coalition will continue to sail until Palestine is free.


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