"Peace Activists" on Gaza Flotilla Threw Stun Grenades – Beat Israeli Soldiers With Chains (Video)

The peaceful activists on the Gaza Flotilla beat Israeli soldiers with chains and threw stun grenades.

It’s not yet clear if these were the al-Qaeda peace activists or the just ordinary stun grenade throwing peace activists.
The Jerusalem Post and IDF website reported:

From the video: In footage captured on the Mavi Marmara, activists are seen attacking the soldiers with a stun grenade, a box of plates, and water hoses as the soldiers attempt to board the ship. the activists are also waiving around metal rods and chains later used to attack the soldiers with. The IDF soldiers were armed with paint ball guns (used for riot dispersal) and pistols which they were ordered to use only as a last resort.

In the early hours of the 31st of May 2010, IDF soldiers boarded the ships of the “Free Gaza” Flotilla, after the ships refused to redirect their course. Aboard the Mavi Marmara the soldiers encountered serious violence when, in a preplanned attack, the activists on board lynched the soldiers with knives, metal rods and stole two of their guns. As a result 7 soldiers were injured and 9 activists were killed.

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