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The Audacity of Hope

An inside look at the American activists trying to break the Gaza blockade.

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Anonymous

Wow... A few ships carrying less tonage of outdated medical supplies than passes through the Israeli checkpoint into Gaza in the average morning doesn't make news.

If the organizers were interested in humanitarian aid, they would allow the Greek Government to simply ship the supplies into Gaza, as they have offered to do.... But No Way ... since

This ridiculous debacle is about trying to gain political power and notoriety for the obscure groups organizing this fiasco.

Not only is it laughable on it's own accord, it detracts from the serious efforts being made by the real humanitarian organizations.

The Greek government is right to intervene in this debacle, and to hold the perpetrators liable.

Anonymous

Wow... A few ships carrying less tonage of outdated medical supplies than passes through the Israeli checkpoint into Gaza in the average morning doesn't make news.

If the organizers were interested in humanitarian aid, they would allow the Greek Government to simply ship the supplies into Gaza, as they have offered to do.... But No Way ... since

This ridiculous debacle is about trying to gain political power and notoriety for the obscure groups organizing this fiasco.

Not only is it laughable on it's own accord, it detracts from the serious efforts being made by the real humanitarian organizations.

The Greek government is right to intervene in this debacle, and to hold the perpetrators liable.

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