ColdType February 2011 Issue: LIFE AND DEATH ON THE MAVI MARMARA – Photographs That Israel Didn’t Want The World To See

4 March 2011 — Coldtype

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1. LIFE AND DEATH ON THE MAVI MARMARA – Photographs That Israel Didn’t Want The World To See
Canadian aid worker Kevin Neish was one of 581 passengers on the Mavi Marmara, the lead vessel of the Gaza freedom flotilla that was attacked in international waters on May 31, 2010, while on a mission of mercy to deliver aid to residents of Gaza. Israeli commandos boarded the ship, killed nine of its passengers, arrested the others and confiscated their cameras and film-making equipment. Neish, however, hid the memory card from his camera and smuggled it to safety. In this special photo report, ColdType publishes many of the pictures for the first time, along with Neish’s story of how he managed to get the photographs away from his interrogator

Cover story this month is Fighting For Your Future, a 23-page section on the battle in Wisconsin against Governor Scott Walker’s plans to eviscerate public sector unions. Bill Lueders, Vicky Kratz, Michael I. Niman and Andy Kroll wrote the words, Dana O’Shea provided the 7-Page photo essay.

PLUS: More great essays and book excerpts from Ray McGovern, William Blum, David Swanson, Bill Lueders, John Pilger, Richard Pithouse, Fred Reed, George Monbiot and Danny Schechter


1. Death Trips On The Seven Seas, by Stan Cox
2. Publish It Or Not!, by Jonathan Cook
3. The Sole Remaining Stupidpower In The World, by David Michael Green
4. Tortured Journey: An Interview With Former Guantanamo Detainee David Hicks, by Jason Leopold
5. Armies Of The Right: A Photo-Essay From England, by Jack Laurenson

Enjoy! (and if you don’t, let us know why)

Tony Sutton (Editor)

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