By Terence Bunch Published 2010-06-05 00:00:00 Last Edited 2010-06-05 00:00:00
A week after Israel forcibly prevents the Gaza aid flotilla from breaking the long-standing blockade of Gaza, the British people gather in London to hold a National march and rally to protest the violence used by Israeli soldiers which ended with the deaths of nine peace activists on board vessels making up the flotilla.
The attacks have now been widely condemned around the world by the international community and has signalled that Israel is now no longer able to manage world opinion over the blockade of Gaza.
In recent days, ionist Israeli loyalists have attempted to once again use control over media organisations to associate the peace campaigners with terrorist organisations at one point even attempting to claim the activists were part of Al Qaida.
The tactic experiences broad-scale failure and serves to distance the International community from Israel and, therefore, begins the pre-amble to the ending of Israels blockade of Gaza. The protest takes place on the day another flotilla vessel, the Rachel Corrie, is seized by Israel as it attempts to bring aid to the people of Gaza.
The Rachel Corrie is named after peace activist Rachel Aliene Corrie (April 10, 1979 Â– March 16, 2003) who died in Gaza in 2003 after being crushed to death by an IDF (Israeli Defence Force) bulldozer while it was attempting to demolish a Palestinian residence.
London. 5th June 2010.