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Galloway announces new land and sea convoys to break the siege of Gaza

June 6, 2010

Speaking at a demonstration in London which organisers estimated to be more than 20,000 strong, George Galloway announced new land and sea convoys to break the siege of Gaza.

“After extensive discussion in Istanbul,” said Galloway, “I can announce that a land convoy will leave Britain shortly after the end of Ramadan in September and travel through Europe, down through Turkey and Syria into Jordan. We will ask the Egyptian government then to ensure passage from the port of Aqaba to Rafah and into Gaza.

“At exactly the same time a flotilla of boats will be leaving to tour the countries of the Mediterranean before heading for Gaza.

“These combined sea and land convoys will be co-ordinated by Viva Palestina with other organisations in Britain and with our friends throughout the Middle East and in Turkey.”

5 Comments leave one →
  1. Fred54 permalink
    June 6, 2010 5:14 pm

    A rare man, Galloway. A politician with integrity. A rare man who puts justice and
    decency before all else.

  2. Baja Joes permalink
    June 6, 2010 8:58 pm

    How can I go along? Please advise.

  3. LETS GET IT ON! permalink
    June 7, 2010 7:36 am

    Good! We need 1,000 ships, half a million vehicles. just unbelievable numbers of people descending on the place…all bringing food and water and medical supplies.

    FU*K ISRAEL. repeat after me: FU*K ISRAEL!!!! yes, all together now; ‘F U * K I S R A E L”


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