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That's why I'm on board the Gaza women's boat

The 5. On October, the women's boat on its way to Gaza was stopped by Israeli navy in international waters. Here you can read actress LisaGay Hamilton's thoughts on why she decided to become part of the boat crew.

(THIS ARTICLE IS ONLY MACHINE TRANSLATED by Google from Norwegian)

It's night until Sunday 18 September 2016. At the same time as my colleagues in the film and theater industry hang out at Emmy parties and dress nicely for the red carpet, I stand on the rich quay in Ajaccio in Corsica in the dark hours before dawn. and waiting for a small sailboat named Zaytouna-Oliva to dock. The boat arrives just after two o'clock at night, and the passengers and crew – all women – go ashore. The trip from Barcelona has been tough. Everyone became seasick, something you can clearly see. . .

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