Mission accomplished: Why solidarity boats to Gaza succeed despite failing to break the siege

Kia Ora Gaza

Crowds gather to meet the crew of the Freedom Flotilla ship, Al Awda, as they prepare to leave for Gaza

By Ramzy Baroud, Middle East Monitor, 14 August 2018

Mission accomplished: Why solidarity boats to Gaza succeed despite failing to break the siege

When Mike Treen, the national director of the Unite Union in New Zealand, arrived at the airport in the capital, Auckland, on 1 August, a group of people were anxiously waiting for him at the terminal with Palestinian flags and flowers. They hugged him, chanted for Palestinian freedom and performed the customary native Haka dance.

For them, Mike, as all of those who set sail aboard the Freedom Flotilla to Gaza last July, were heroes.

But the truth is Mike Treen and his comrades were not the only heroes for braving the sea with the aim of breaking the hermetic Israeli military blockade on…

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