List of participants of the Gaza flotilla

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There were 688 participants on the Gaza flotilla from 41 nations. The flotilla was raided and captured by Israeli naval forces on 31 May 2010, when nine participants were killed and seven IDF commandos were injured.

Notable flotilla passengers included Mairead Corrigan, Nobel Peace prize winner, Denis Halliday, former UN Assistant Secretary-General, Edward Peck, former U.S. Ambassador to Iraq, Fehmi Bülent Yıldırım, the İHH president, Haneen Zoubi, an Israeli-Arab member of Knesset, Raed Salah, the leader of the northern branch of the Islamic Movement in Israel, Hilarion Capucci, a retired titular archbishop previously convicted by Israel of smuggling arms to the Palestine Liberation Army.

Nationalities[edit]

These are the nationalities participated:[1][2]

Gaza flotilla participants killed in the raid[edit]

Name Nationality Age Known for Ship
İbrahim Bilgen Turkey 61 Turkish politician and candidate for mayor of Siirt. He was killed in the raid.[3] MV Mavi Marmara
Çetin Topçuoğlu Turkey 53 Former National level Turkish taekwondo athlete and national coach. He was killed in the raid.[4] MV Mavi Marmara
Furkan Doğan United States 19 American of Turkish origin traveling with a US passport, high-school student, living in Turkey, killed.[5] A forensic report said he was shot at close range, with four bullets in his head and one in his chest, the agency said. His father says that he only holds American citizenship, contrary to some media reports. MV Mavi Marmara
Cengiz Akyüz Turkey 41 from Iskenderun, port city of southern Turkey, killed in the raid.[6] MV Mavi Marmara
Ali Heyder Bengi Turkey 39 a Kurdish man from Diyarbakir,[6] chairman of Aydınlık Yarınlar İçin Hak ve Özgürlükler Eğitim Kültür ve Dayanışma Derneği (AYDER),[7] graduate of Al-Azhar University, owner of a telephone repair shop, married and father of four children, shot 6 times (once in the abdomen) and killed in the raid,[8] in his funeral in Diyarbakır people shouted "Sehidin Namirin" slogan in Kurdish. MV Mavi Marmara
Cevdet Kılıçlar Turkey 38 a journalist born in the central Turkish town of Kayseri, Anatolian said. He was also employed by the İHH in Istanbul. Killed in the raid [6] MV Mavi Marmara
Cengiz Songür Turkey 47 from İzmir. Killed in the raid [6] MV Mavi Marmara
Fahri Yaldız Turkey 43 a firefighter and father of four from the southern town of Adıyaman, Anatolian reported. His brother Habip told the agency that Fahri had long wanted to die fighting in Israel to become a "martyr." Killed by the IDF in the raid.[6] MV Mavi Marmara
Necdet Yıldırım Turkey 32 originally from Malatya, worked for the İHH. Killed by the IDF in the raid.[6] MV Mavi Marmara

People on board the raided Gaza flotilla ships, excluding those killed[edit]

Name Nationality Known for Ship
Fehmi Bülent Yıldırım Turkey İHH president[9] MV Mavi Marmara
Erdinç Tekir Turkey An Abkhaz descent Turkish IHH activist and hijacker convicted for the Black Sea hostage crisis.[10][11] MV Mavi Marmara[12]
Uğur Süleyman Sönmez Turkey a 46 year old Turkish citizen from Ankara, neighbor of Recep Tayyip Erdoğan.[13] Sönmez was shot in the raid and now he is in coma.[14] MV Mavi Marmara
Kate Geraghty Australia The Sydney Morning Herald photographer[15] Challenger 1
Paul McGeough Australia The Sydney Morning Herald journalist[15] Challenger 1
Maryam Talib Australia 19-year-old student of Journalism at Griffith University, Australia. MV Mavi Marmara
Iara Lee Brazil Brazilian filmmaker[16] MV Mavi Marmara
Svetoslav Ivanov Bulgaria BTV reporter[17] MV Mavi Marmara
Annette Groth Germany Member of the German Bundestag[18] MV Mavi Marmara
Inge Höger Germany Member of the German Bundestag[18] MV Mavi Marmara
Norman Paech Germany Former member of the German Bundestag[18] MV Mavi Marmara
Haneen Zoubi Israel Israeli-Arab member of Knesset, representing the Balad party. She is the first woman to be elected to the Knesset on an Arab party's list.[19][20] MV Mavi Marmara
Raed Salah Israel Leader of the northern branch of the Islamic Movement in Israel, previously convicted by Israeli court for raising money for Hamas[21][22] MV Mavi Marmara
Wael Saqqa Jordan Head of the Jordanian delegation and the ex-president of the Jordanian Engineers Association[23] MV Mavi Marmara
Waleed Al-Tabtabaie Kuwait Member of Kuwaiti parliament[24] MV Mavi Marmara
Nadeem Ahmed Khan Pakistan Human Rights Activist and Chairman Khubaib Foundation [25] MV Mavi Marmara
Talat Hussain Pakistan Journalist and executive director AAJ TV [26] MV Mavi Marmara
Hilarion Capucci Syria Retired titular archbishop for the Melkite Greek Catholic Church, previously convicted by an Israeli court of using smuggling arms to the Palestine Liberation Army and sentenced to 12 years in prison.[27][28] MV Mavi Marmara
Jamal Elshayyal Qatar News producer for Al Jazeera English[29] MV Mavi Marmara
Edda Manga Sweden Swedish historian[30] MV Mavi Marmara
Henning Mankell Sweden Swedish author[31] MS Sofia
Dror Feiler Sweden Swedish-Israeli artist[31] MS Sofia
Mattias Gardell Sweden Swedish historian[30] MS Sofia
Mehmet Kaplan Sweden Turkish-born member of the Parliament of Sweden[32] MS Sofia
Hakan Albayrak Turkey Turkish journalist[33] MV Mavi Marmara
Sinan Albayrak Turkey Turkish actor[34] MV Mavi Marmara
Elif Akkuş Turkey Turkish television journalist reporting the Flotilla raid for TRT[35] MV Mavi Marmara
Mediha Olgun Turkey Turkish journalist and author of the book, "Mavi Marmara'da ne oldu" on Gaza Flotilla raid[36] MV Mavi Marmara
Hassan Ghani United Kingdom Scottish journalist and documentary maker[37] Press TV reporter[38] MV Mavi Marmara
Theresa McDermott United Kingdom Scottish activist found in Ramleh prison four days after an attempted Gaza aid mission in 2009[37] Challenger 1
Ismail Patel United Kingdom Friends of Al-Aqsa [39][40] MV Mavi Marmara
Fatimah Mahmadi United States Member of the organization Viva Palestina which the IDF claims attempted to smuggle forbidden electronic components into the Gaza Strip.[41] MV Mavi Marmara
Huwaida Arraf United States Co-founder of the International Solidarity Movement[42][43] Challenger 1
Joe Meadors United States A survivor of the USS Liberty incident[44] Sfendoni
Kenneth O'Keefe United States and United Kingdom Former U.S. Marine and currently a peace and justice activist.[41] The Israeli Defense Force (IDF) claimed that O'Keefe was linked to terrorist organizations, that he was an extremist who whose goal was to reach Gaza in order to help train and establish Hamas commando units.[45][46] MV Mavi Marmara
Edward Peck United States Former U.S. Ambassador to Iraq and Mauritania[47] Sfendoni
Ann Wright United States Former U.S. Army colonel and former US diplomat. In 2003 she resigned her State Department post to protest the war in Iraq [48] Challenger 1
Scott Hamann United States Video producer [49] Challenger 1
Petr Zavadil Czech Republic Czech TV reporter[50] Sfendoni
Jan Línek Czech Republic Czech TV cameraman[50] Sfendoni
Matthias Jochheim Germany German representative of International Physicians for the Prevention of Nuclear war[51] MV Mavi Marmara
Nadel El Sakka Germany Representative of the Palestinian community in Germany[51] MV Mavi Marmara
Aris Chatzistefanou Greece Skai 100.3 journalist[52] MV Mavi Marmara
Katerina Kitidi Greece TVXS.gr news website journalist[52] Sfendoni [53]
Maria Psara Greece Ethnos (see List of Greek newspapers) journalist[52] MV Mavi Marmara
Giorgos Klontzas Greece professional diver and pilot [54] Challenger 2
Abbas Nasser Lebanon Aljazeera news journalist[55] MV Mavi Marmara
Lubna Masarwa State of Palestine activist [54] MV Mavi Marmara
Ewa Jasiewicz Poland activist and freelance journalist [54] Challenger 1
Yasser Muhammad Sabag Syria, Bosnia According to Serbian news sources, a Syrian intelligence officer serving as the liaison officer between Damascus and Tehran's intelligence networks in the Balkans. In the past, Sabag was in charge of intelligence in the Abu Nidal militant organization.[56][57][58][59] MV Mavi Marmara
Srdan Stojiljkovic Serbia Serbian Cameraman[60] MV Mavi Marmara
Sümeyye Ertekin Turkey Turkish journalist[33] MV Mavi Marmara
Ayşe Sarıoğlu Turkey Turkish journalist, joined Flotilla Free Media after the Gaza flotilla raid[61] MV Mavi Marmara
Mustafa Özcan Turkey Turkish journalist[33] MV Mavi Marmara
Ümit Sönmez Turkey Turkish journalist[33] MV Mavi Marmara
Murat Palavar Turkey Turkish journalist[33] MV Mavi Marmara
Ali Ekber Yaratılmış Turkey Former Turkish taekwondo athlete and national referee. He was wounded in the raid but not dead contrary to the Israeli sources' claim.[62] MV Mavi Marmara
Çigdem Topçuoğlu Turkey wife of Çetin Topçuoglu, was also aboard the Mavi Marmara, but survived MV Mavi Marmara
Ahmet Varol Turkey Journalist and author[63] MV Mavi Marmara
Ibrahim Sediyani Turkey Journalist and author[63] MV Mavi Marmara
Rıdvan Kaya Turkey Author[63] MV Mavi Marmara
Ramazan Kayan Turkey Author[63] MV Mavi Marmara
Abbas Al Lawati Oman Dubai-based Gulf News journalist[64] MV Mavi Marmara
Alex Harrison United Kingdom a 31-year-old British woman [54] Challenger 1
Kevin Ovenden United Kingdom Viva Palestina charity [54] MV Mavi Marmara
Parveen Yaqub United Kingdom 39, from Huddersfield, a council worker [65] MV Mavi Marmara.
Denis Healey United Kingdom captain of Challenger 1, skippered one of the previous flotillas [54] Challenger 1
Gehad Sukker United Kingdom a pizza shop manager from Altrincham in Cheshire [54] MV Mavi Marmara
David Schermerhorn United States 80, an American film producer [66][67] Challenger 1
Gene St. Onge United States Oakland, CA-based civil/structural engineer, who is working with Palestinian engineers to rebuild housing destroyed in Israel's 2009 invasion of Gaza [68] Sfendoni
Paul Larudee United States El Cerrito, CA, a piano tuner and FPM co-founder, who also co-founded The Free Gaza Movement, the movement that first broke the siege of Gaza in 2008 [68] Sfendoni
Janet Kobren United States American Jewish, retired math teacher and co-founder of the California-based Free Palestine Movement [68][69] Sfendoni
Kathy Sheetz United States a retired nurse from Richmond, CA, and Woods Hole, MA[67] Challenger 1
Khalid Turaani United States who was founder and executive director of the former American Muslims for Jerusalem and now lives in Dubai.[67] MV Mavi Marmara
Nicola Enchmarch New Zealand Humanitarian Aid Worker [70] MV Mavi Marmara
Amin Abu Rashid Netherland He is considered by Israeli intelligence to be the chief Hamas fundraiser in Western Europe, and allegedly had close ties with the senior Hamas commander Mahmoud al-Mabhouh. According to the IHH publications, he lost his hand "in the struggle against the occupation". In interviews, he declared that he was planning to confront the IDF soldiers.[56][57][58] MV Mavi Marmara
Valentin Vassilev Bulgaria BTV cameraman[17] MV Mavi Marmara
Shane Dillon Ireland Crew[71] Challenger 1
Fintan Lane Ireland Irish historian and activist[71] Challenger 1
Fiachra O Luain Ireland Activist[71] Challenger 1
Ahmad Umimon France Alleged by the IDF to be an operative of Hamas[41] MV Mavi Marmara

MV Rachel Corrie Passengers[edit]

Some people who were on board MV Rachel Corrie are:

Name Nationality Known for
Mairead Corrigan United Kingdom Nobel Peace Prize laureate
Denis Halliday Ireland UN Assistant Secretary-General [72]
Mohd Nizar Zakaria Malaysia member of Parliament of Malaysia [73]
Derek Graham Ireland Human rights activist now living in Gaza [74]
Jenny Graham Ireland Human rights activist now living in Gaza [75]

External Links[edit]

Irish in Gaza, Derek and Jenny Graham's blog

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