Two years ago almost to the date, the “Gaza Freedom Flotilla” set sail from Turkey in an attempt to break the Israeli naval blockade on the Hamas-led terrorist enclave. Organized by the Free Gaza Movement and the Foundation for Human Rights and Freedoms and Humanitarian Relief (IHH), the Ankara-backed, six-ship flotilla was ostensibly bringing medical and construction supplies to the people of Gaza.
The raid of the flotilla caused an international outcry — against Israel, of course. Nor did the condemnation let up after footage of the violence against the soldiers was released. No anti-Israel elements like being confused by the facts, after all.
One such fact was that some of the activists tried to block the commandos from helping other activists receive medical attention. The commandos then had to forcibly evacuate the wounded against their will, to save their lives. More