Breaking the Siege: Voyages of Free Gaza and the Freedom Flotilla

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Supporting the Civil Rights of Gaza’s Palestinians via the Sea.

Edited by Dr. Bill Dienst, Greta Berlin and Huwaida Arraf

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About Bill Dienst

This is a story about courage and determination as told by forty-three human rights activists who founded, organized and purchased boats to go to Gaza. On August 23, 2008, they made history by landing two small Greek fishing boats, the Free Gaza and the Liberty, in Gaza. They were the first internationals to land there in 41 years.

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Review by: Start Loving on July 18, 2011 :
Is there a more important book for the world for 2011? Only one just as important, Plan B 3.0 by Lester Brown (pdf online) on the other civilization-killing 'meteor' besides the Israeli, US funded Genocide of Palestine, namely, slow-motion global genocide by carbon fuel.

"Breaking the Siege" is an absolute God-send of a book. Not theory, but practice, based on brilliant theory and strategy; real sheroes and heroes standing up for their brothers and sisters - something we've totally lost any idea of - but these Activists show us the way. God bless them all. EVERYONE must read and study this book, and then step up and follow the path they are blazing for us. This is the Apartheid of our day. This is the Nazi Holocaust of our day. The Israelis are not our enemy, their sociopathic insanity is, and we must become the antidote, the unviolent cure, before it is too late for more generations of Palestinian children, Israeli (turned Nazi youth) children, and for civilization itself. Thank you for your example, your witness, and this monumentally important book. DONATE TO THEM. JOIN THEM. DEVOTE YOUR LIVES TO UNVIOLENT FIGHTING ALONGSIDE THEM.
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Review by: Pamela Olson on July 18, 2011 :
A vital book that documents the movement to bring the world's attention to the siege of Gaza, and bring the solidarity of the world to Gaza itself, through brave, principled, and often dangerous sea voyages that aim to break the brutal, stifling, and often deadly siege imposed on Gaza's 1.5 million residents by the powerful Israeli army.

Alice Walker called the Free Gaza movement "the Freedom Ride of our era." Read this book to learn about the drama, camaraderie, courage, and humor behind the headlines.
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