Piracy On The High Seas!

This post by British blogger Dangerous Creation shows the desperate situation of the besieged people of Gaza as more of their life-saving  supplies are cut off:

Friends, you may think that this is a scene from off the coast of Somalia but in fact it’s not! It’s off the coast of Gaza and the Israeli Navy has boarded this vessel and is taking it to their port in Ashdod.

Was this vessel bulging with weapons of mass destruction you may ask? No, it was filled with humanitarian supplies for the besieged Gazans, things like food and medical supplies like blood plasma.

Were the people on board terrorists? No, 20 in number, they were peace activists and half were journalists.

Read the rest of this post here.

Correction: The author of Dangerous Creation
is Australian, not British as I mentioned above.


2 Responses to Piracy On The High Seas!

  1. davidg39 says:

    Hey, I finally got logged in! Love your blog! Thanks for mentioning my post.

    Correction! My country is Australia not Britain (though my relatives came from there).

    I’ll call again soon.

    Kind regards,



  2. verbena19 says:

    Hello David! Sorry for assuming you are British. Obviously I forgot my old grade-school lesson about ‘ass-u-me’ … 🙂

    Thanks for your kind comment about my blog. Yours is really good too! I’ve put in a permanent link to it on my blog’s sidebar.

    I hope you are ok, what with all those wild-fires… so terrible! (I have a cousin living in Australia, in Cammeray N.S.W. As far as I know, the fires have not caused him damage…)

    Take care, all the best, kind regards,


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