Deux Canadiens, Robert Lovelace et Kevin Neish, qui était à bord du bateau Marianne de la Flottille de la Liberté vers Gaza, sont encore détenus par Israël aujourd’hui.
Video Part 2 - Ehab Lotayef from the Canadian Boat to Gaza speaks about "Freedom Waves" - when the Canadian boat, "Tahrir" challenged the blockade in November, 2011
Video Part 1 - Ehab Lotayef from the Canadian Boat to Gaza speaks about the Freedom Flotillas 1 and 2
Promotional video for the speaking tour.
Gatering July 27 2011 in front of the Israeli Consulat in Montreal, to underline the return of Stephan Corriveau who was abord the Dignite-Karama attack by the Israeli Navy on its way to Gaza 2 days earlier.
Rassemblement le 27 juillet 2011 devant le consulat israélien de Montréal à l'occasion du retour de Stéphan Corriveau, délégué du Bateau canadien à bord du Dignité-Karama arraisonné par l'armée Israélienne et Marie-Ève Rancourt déléguée de la Ligue des droits et libertés à bord du Tahrir.
Ehab Lotayef defends the Canadian Boat to Gaza in an interview with a hostile Sun News reporter.
One year ago an aid flotilla attempted to enter Gaza; it was boarded by the Israeli Navy before reaching port. There is now a plan to send a second boat from Canada. Rob Snow is joined by Ehab Lotayef, a spokesperson from the Canadian Boat to Gaza.
Marc Montgomery speaks with Ehab Lotayef, an spokesperson with the Canadian Boat to Gaza, an initiative to send a boatload of humanitarian aid to Gaza and to challenge the Israeli blockade of the Palestinian territory. We also get his reaction to the warning by Canada's Foreign Affairs Minister against Canadian involvement in the Freedom Flotilla II, preparing to sail later this month.