<P>In battle to win public opinion, Israel bombards journalists with its version of aid ship deaths.</P>
<P>A trip, on all fours, to see how food and essential items are smuggled into Gaza.</P>
For almost three years the plight of 1.5 million Gazans faded from view. And then the Freedom Flotilla set sail.
<P>The raid on the <EM>Mavi Mamara</EM> has parallels with another chapter of history in the region.</P>
Failing to prove any arms on Freedom Flotilla, Israel delivers aid that it stopped ships from delivering.
<P>Record of reactions a day after Israel's deadly attack on a flotilla carrying aid to Gaza.</P>
<p>We'll be live-blogging the latest updates following Israel's attack on the Gaza aid flotilla, including international reaction, photos and video.</p>
<P>Sixteen-year-old tells of sexual abuse by Israeli soldiers to force confession of stone-throwing out of him.</P>
<P>Jamal El-shayyal looks at what is on board the lead ship <EM>Mavi Marmara</EM> and how the 600 passengers are coping with a difficult mission.</P>
<p>Freedom Flotilla story is one of the biggest demonstrations of collective international civil resistance, involving 50 nationalities, more than 30 parliamentarians, yet it is ignored by many of the large international news networks.</p>
<P>If Israel does act upon its threats of boarding the Flotilla and forcibly re-directing it as well as detaining the passengers; its actions would amount to nothing less than piracy and abduction.</P>