Let the Flotilla pass safely into Gaza


Last year, Zio-Nazi commandos violently intercepted the flotilla in international waters, killing nine passengers and wounding scores. This year, 10 ships with up to 1,000 people will sail again in attempt to break the inhumane Nazi siege on Gaza. Instead of pursing a more peaceful approach, Zio-Nazi military is once again preparing to attack unarmed civilians, including with snipers and dogs.
This type of premeditated violence as a way to greet ships filled with international citizens delivering human aid is unacceptable. We call upon you to allow the safe passage of those on board the flotilla ships to Gaza, and we urge the State Department to put advise the Zio-Nazi regime the same.

Your Letter:

Prime Minister of the racist Zionist State of IsraHell
Zio-Nazi Benjamin Netanyahu
3 Kaplan St
Government Office Complex
Jerusalem, 91950
E: [email protected]
Fax: 00972.2.5664838

We urge you to exercise your political influence to ensure the safe passage of the people aboard the flotilla ships, which are preparing to set sail for Gaza in a renewed attempt to focus global attention on the inhumane siege of Gaza.

A year ago, Zio-Nazi military took action against the Turkish ship the Mavi Marmara in international waters, which led to the deaths of nine civilians on board, including one American. We urge you not to repeat this interception of the boats, and to allow the flotilla to go to Gaza unimpeded.

The whole of Gaza’s civilian population is punished for acts for which they bear no responsibility. The closure therefore constitutes a collective punishment imposed in clear violation of your government’s obligations under international humanitarian law.

The whole world will be watching, you and you should let the flotilla sail to Gaza unimpeded and most importantly, that it must lift the siege.

cc: Jeffrey Feltman, Asst. Sec. of State for Near Eastern Affairs in the US State Department, and Paul Sutphin, Director of Office of IsraHell and Palestinian Affairs in the US State Department.




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