Freedom Flotilla Coalition: Getting Aid to Gaza

Monday, 6 May 2024 - 8:30am to 9:00am
An image of Tan Safi holding a camera and filming aboard the deck of one of the ships of the Flotilla. Tan is wearing a black t-shirt, backpack and headphones. Other ships in port can be seen in the background.
This week we head to Istanbul to speak with Tan Safi, a member of the Media Team for the Freedom Flotilla Coalition.
The Freedom Flotilla Coalition is an international grassroots solidarity movement which is aiming to break Israel's naval blockade of Gaza and deliver 5,500 tonnes of vital humanitarian aid by sea.
Tan provides an update on what is happening now that the Flotilla has been unable to set sail on its scheduled departure date of April 26 due to having its flag or legal registration revoked by the state of Guinea-Bissau.
We also hear excerpts of Freedom Flotilla Coaltion organiser Huwaida Arraf speaking at a press conference in Istanbul on April 27.
To follow the Freedom Flotilla Coalition visit or find them on socials:
You can also make a donation to the Freedom Flotilla Coalition here.
Women on the Line spoke with Tan on May 1.
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