George Galloway, founder of Viva Palestina, speaks to demonstrators near the Israeli Embassy. Gaza Flotilla Demonstration is in response to the military attack by Israel on the Gaza aid flotilla in international waters involving the killing of nine charity workers. The march is from Whitehall adjacent to British Prime minister David Cameron residence Downing Street, to near the Israeli Embassy in Kensington. Kensington, London, UK, 5th June 2010
Viva Palestina founder George Galloway, speaking to a crowd of around 20,000 protesting outside the Israeli Embassy in London, revealed the latest plan to bring about the end of the siege on Gaza.
"Two simultaneous convoys - one by land the other by sea - will set forth on Sunday September 12th bound for Gaza. Viva Palestina, the International Committee to break the Siege on Gaza and any allies who will join us will organise the two convoys.
The land convoy will leave from London and travel across Europe to Turkey, Syria and ultimately through the Rafah Gate into Gaza. Co-operation will be offered and sought with all relevant governments and agencies. It is expected the convoy will pick up vehicles and volunteers in each country through which it passes. The target is to enter Gaza with 500 vehicles.
The sea convoy will travel around the Mediterranean gathering ships, cargo, volunteers from each country. The target is to enter Gaza with sixty ships.
The aim will be to arrive on Gaza's frontiers at the same time. And to enter with the world's largest ever aid convoys. And to thereby render the siege null and void." George Galloway
Location: Kensington, London, UK
Photographer: Richard Keith Wolff