Dans les médias
- Média d'origine:CanadaboatgazaDate de publication:Ven, 18/05/2012 (Toute la journée)Type de média:Web-multimédiaLien vidéo:
David Heap parle au Centre Akram JomaaÉtiquettes:
- Média d'origine:CBCDate de publication:Mar, 22/05/2012 (Toute la journée)Type de média:Web-multimédiaLien vidéo:
David Heap a été interviewé sur la CBC français à WinnipegÉtiquettes:
- Média d'origine:The Media LineDate de publication:Jeu, 24/05/2012 (Toute la journée)Type de média:Web-multimédia
Written by Arieh O’Sullivan
Published Thursday, May 24, 2012
Canadians activists plan to start construction this summer
As Amnesty International blasted Israel in its annual report for maintaining its naval blockade on Gaza, a group of Canadians have announced they plan to build a “Gaza Ark” with the Palestinians aimed at breaking out of the coastal strip.
The organization calling itself The Canadian Boat to Gaza has announced that it was going to hire Palestinian shipbuilders to build an ark using existing resources that would take produce out of Gaza to sell abroad. Work would begin this summer it said in a statement.Étiquettes:
- Média d'origine:Metro SaskatoonDate de publication:Jeu, 17/05/2012 (Toute la journée)Type de média:Web-multimédia
By Dorian Geiger
Professor of French linguistics at Western Ontario University, David Heap is a typical Canadian university academic — except he’s spent six days in an Israeli prison.
Heap, a political activist, was detained by Israeli forces in November, 2011 for attempting to cross waters into Gaza aboard a Canadian-owned flotilla with medical and educational supplies for the region’s citizens.
Heap will speak in Saskatoon on Thursday amidst a campaign he has organized urging Stephen Harper’s Conservative government to press Israel to release the boat so its contents can be distributed to the Palestinian people.Étiquettes: