Marama Davidson's father Rawiri Paratene says he'd be concerned for his daughter's safety if she attempts to join another Gaza protest. Davidson arrived home this morning after being intercepted while on board Zaytouna-Olivia as part of a flotilla in international waters off the coast Gaza, protesting Israel's decade-long blockade.
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Rawiri Paratene supports his daughter's actions
Marama Davidson's father Rawiri Paratene admits he was concerned for his daughter's safety, but says he supports her and the women aboard the Zaytouna-Olivia in protest against the Gaza strip blockade.
MP detained by Israeli forces
Rawiri Paratene, the father of detained Greens MP Marama Davidson, told Te Kāea today their family could not comment on Davidson's predicament and is instead leaving it up to the proper authorities to manage. Davidson was on board Zaytouna-Olivia, as part of a flotilla in international waters off the coast Gaza, protesting Israel's decade-long blockade, and her political party is calling for her release.
Native Affairs- Destination Gaza- Part 2
What was supposed to be a flotilla of five became a quest for one Swedish fishing boat, on course for Gaza.
Native Affairs- Destination Gaza- Part 1
Palestinian supporters call it a "Freedom Flotilla". The Israeli Government named it the "Terror Flotilla".
Native Affairs- Gaza Blockade- Panel
The Israeli naval blockade of Gaza is still a very contentious issue.
Native Affairs- Ruwani Perera & Peace Flotilla
Last week, our reporter Ruwani Perera and camerman Jacob Bryant were on the high seas heading for Gaza, on board the Swedish ship the "Marianne", documenting the quest of the “Freedom Flotilla III”.
Exclusive footage obtained from Freedom Flotilla before Israeli interception
A Māori Television crew will be flown back from Israel after their boat was detained by the Israeli Navy while attempting to break the Gaza blockade.
Māori TV crew returning safely from Israel
A Māori Television crew will be flown back from Israel after their boat was detained by the Israeli Navy while attempting to break the Gaza blockade. Native Affairs senior reporter Ruwani Perera and cameraman Jacob Bryant, were invited to join the Freedom Flotilla FF3 as observers to document their quest by New Zealand organisation Kia Ora Gaza.
Native Affairs- Political Panel Pt1- Gaza
Tonight on Native Affairs we bring you our first political debate of the year, where we will discuss the state of the Māori Nation, but first a developing story.