The Freedom Flotilla Coalition is sailing in a peaceful effort to break the illegal Israeli blockade of Gaza and for the ideals of freedom of movement and the right to a decent future. This is another post reporting on my time in Spain volunteering to help on the Freedom Flotilla Coalition to Palestine’s Gaza. Take a look at my first two articles in this series here and here.
While I was in Cadiz, Spain, I attended an event at the Salón de Actos del Rectorado, part of the Universidad de Málaga, where there was a showing of the film Existir Es Resistir. The important “web documentary tackles the reality of the people through some of its protagonists. Stories of resistance on both sides, with a focus on the joint struggle of Israelis and Palestinians against a system of colonization that seeks to normalize the dystopia of Israeli apartheid in the world.” Below, are some photos of the event in Cadiz but you can watch the trailer for the film at the end of the article.
On Tuesday, July 3rd I had just returned to in Cadiz from my time on the Spain to Portugal leg with the Flotilla to Gaza when I met activist Ahmad Jaradat from Hebron, West Bank. He was there at the film’s showing speaking on behalf of the Palestinian people. Watch my interview with Ahmad here:
Here, as promised, is a trailer for the film Existir Es Resistir: