Arabic TV Interview - Russia Today - September 28, 2010.

The Jewish Peace Boat of Solidarity to Gaza was the subject. I was asked:
1. How was the peace boat diverted to Ashdod
2. What can we expect in the future for peace?
3. What will happen with the goods for Gazans?
4. How do I feel and relate to the people of Gaza

I answered, in brief, that the peace was overtaken peacefully.

I asserted that we can expect more boats to break the siege, more rallies for the people of Gaza, and more creative initiatives for peace and coexistence.

I added that the military can seize toys and musical instruments, but they cannot take away the hope this boat and others bring. No one will take away the hope.

I speak of hope as a Jewish person, an Israeli, and as as the grandson of Holocaust survivors. When a boat of solidarity says we can do better, we must ask: "What can we do?"

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Comment by Lennart Sundström on October 2, 2010 at 12:49am
Well, what can we do?
We always can do more. we can do better. We are human beings. one hand waving free...
Schindler's List - i could have done more
Comment by Eyal Raviv on October 1, 2010 at 11:08am
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