There are always different points of view on any conflict.
Here I list 3 points of view that I stumble upon.
First you have the point of view of pro-Israel and terrorist plot.
Al Qaeda on Board? Who Was on the Flotilla the Israelis Raided?
Huwaida Arraf, chairperson of the Free Gaza Movement, and retired US Col. Ann Wright were on the flotilla when it was attacked. They join us to describe the assault and their subsequent detention in Israeli prison. We also speak to Sawsan Zaher, a staff attorney at Adalah, the Legal Center for Arab Minority Rights in Israel, who interviewed many of the activists in detention.
Israel’s deputy ambassador to the United Nations, Daniel Carmon, speaks to Democracy Now! and defends the Israeli attack on the Gaza aid flotilla that killed at least nine people in international waters. "Israel enforced a maritime blockade, which is a measure that is totally legal in international law, to enforce a blockade when there is a possibility of a danger emanating from some source. And this was exactly the case."
Third, you have the common sense point of view of Dan Carlin on the subject.
Everything discussed in this show is likely to get a lot of people angry. From Israeli naval raids to U.N. control of U.S. foreign policy, Dan probably won't be able to avoid making you mad. Sorry.