George Galloway: Resisting war from Gaza to Kandahar

Monday, March 30, 2009 - 23:00

British MP George Galloway recently led a massive aid caravan to Gaza, following Israel's 22-day war.

Starting in London, England, the caravan drove over 10,000 km through eight countries in Europe and North Africa, before passing through the Rafah border crossing in Egypt on March 10, 2009.

The caravan stretched more than two kilometers and was comprised of over 300 volunteers in 100 vehicles – including five ambulances, a fire truck and a boat.

Over $1.1 million in aid was delivered to the people of Gaza.


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