Tag Archives: David Heap

#Estelle Ship to Gaza | VIDEO | David Heap interviewed on Israeli attack on Estelle

GazaArk – Oct 20, 2012 David Heap, Gaza’s Ark Steering Committee member, currently in Gaza attending an academic conference was interviewed by CTV News. 20 October 2012. Sign Petition → Support the Estelle Ship to Gaza Press Release | Estelle Flotilla to Gaza – Press Release (incl pressinfo) Follow Estelle | Check current position of […]

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#Flotilla | Staying Human: A Canadian reports from the Swedish Ship to Gaza in La Spezia

Rabble.ca | David Heap | Oct 2, 2012 The Swedish three-masted schooner Estelle arrived in the Italian port of La Spezia on Thursday afternoon, and on Saturday supporters from all over northern Italian came to wish her well on her voyage to Gaza, and fill her sails with the powerful winds of solidarity. There were […]

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The P Word – David Heap, Canadian Boat to Gaza member, comes to town; media cowers

Miles Howe Halifax Media Co-op Download file ‘david_heap.mp3’ (5.9MB) David Heap and Friends – February 15th, Halifax – Photo: Miles Howe Canadian Boat to Gaza Steering Committee member David Heap was in Halifax on Wednesday, February 15th, to discuss the ongoing efforts of the Flotilla movement to break Israel’s illegal blockade on Gaza. Heap was […]

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Ehab Lotayef & David Heap about Power & Politics – video

Press Release #FREEDOMWAVES | Topic FreedomWaves | Category Flotilla | Pictures Canada Boat to Gaza | nov 10, 2011 Ehab Lotayef and David Heap are interviewed about the Canada Boat to Gaza’s attempt to break the blockade Special Topic | All Israeli Massacres on Palestinians iRemember… | Confirmed Names of Martyrs Occupation 2011 * Special […]

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Dawn on the Tahrir, dawn of the #FreedomWaves to Gaza ~ by David Heap

Press Release: #FREEDOMWAVES | Topic FreedomWaves | Category Flotilla By David Heap | | November 3, 2011 | rabble.ca It is our first dawn on board the Tahrir in the Mediterranean Sea. Some delegates and journalists are still sleeping, others gradually waking up.  The sea got choppy overnight, with equipment crashing off tables and food […]

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