Mavi Marmara doctor treating an Israeli Zionist soldier on the ship before the Zionists took over and destroyed the evidence (except for this one).
This picture / video was not shown to the public in the US or Europe or elsewhere, as it was not available. The rest was destroyed (“confiscated”) by the Israeli Zionist Army.
Shaping The American Media
“This campaign of suppression and propaganda worked to shape American media coverage (as state propaganda campaigns virtually always work on the gullible, authority-revering American media). The edited IDF video* was shown over and over on American television without question or challenge.”
*[In this video (see pic below), shown all over the world, the sky was light grey, whereas the truth is that the attack happened at 4 – 4:30 am, with pitch black sky: they came late at night, at pre-dawn prayer-time, like thieves and murderers – that’s just what they are!]
“Israel has confiscated some of the most important material for the investigation, namely the films, audio and photos taken by the passengers [and] journalists on board and the Mavi Marmara’s security cameras. Since yesterday, Israel has been editing these films and using them for its own PR campaign. In other words, Israel has already confiscated most of the evidence, held it from the world and tampered with it. No court in the world would [trust] it to be the one examining it.” …
This pic / video was released by the IDF …
Israeli Zionists had lists of wanted persons on the Ships To Gaza (some six persons are still unaccounted for!). Here one of those lists was taken away from a briefly captured Israeli Zionist soldier.
Israeli spokespersons are obviously under orders to use the term “lynching” when they describe what the flotilla people were trying to do to the Israeli soldiers who boarded the ships.” …
“To any normal person, this may sound crazy. Heavily armed soldiers of an elite commando unit board a ship on the high seas in the middle of the night, from the sea and from the air – and they are the victims?”
Kill A Turk And Rest, Uri Avnery