The Freedom Flotilla Coalition (FFC) and the Mavi Marmara Association have started their preparations to depart with a new humanitarian aid flotilla to Gaza.



In response to the horrific Israeli criminal blockade, siege and destruction of Gaza, the Gaza Freedom Flotilla Coalition announces our intent to sail again shortly to break the blockade of humanitarian aid into Gaza. 

A grand coalition formed with the participation of dozens of countries, including Turkey, Kuwait, Malaysia, Indonesia, Germany, Spain, America, Great Britain, Norway, Sweden, Australia, South Africa and Italy, is preparing to take action for Gaza in the near future.

Together with many activists and human rights organizations involved in the coalition, stopping this genocide in Gaza as soon as possible and opening a humanitarian corridor by sea to deliver emergency food supplies, medicine and basic humanitarian supplies to civilians in this region is an urgent need that can no longer be postponed.

By targeting all hospitals, polyclinics and ambulances serving in Gaza, the occupying forces have caused an unacceptable humanitarian crisis in this region. 94% of the population in Gaza is currently unable to use hospitals, medicines or health services. The Freedom Flotilla Coalition (FFC) announces that in line with its decision, a hospital ship will be sent to Gaza in the first place, and medical personnel along with this ship will serve in a floating hospital. In addition to the hospital ship, it also aims to alleviate the extent of the humanitarian crisis by docking at the port of Gaza in November on ships carrying basic humanitarian aid supplies.

The Freedom Flotilla Coalition, which has decided to start its preparations, is scheduled to move in December.
At the same time, it is unacceptable for America and Israel, which are one of the main causes of the crisis in the region, to prevent humanitarian aid supplies that will be sent from many parts of the world and have been inspected according to international procedure, from being sent to Gaza.

We invite all humanitarian organizations, civil formations and competent authorities to support and participate in this fleet. Our actions against the naval blockade in Gaza are always subject to the principles of nonviolence and nonviolent resistance.