Saturday 5th June 2010.
 Derry Anti War coalition organised a march to protest Israel′s  massacre on the Free Gaza aid flotilla and to call for an end to the Blockade of Gaza.

The march was lead by the "Raytheon-9 women" who were recently vindicated in court,  when the jury found that they were innocent of charges associated with entering the local Raytheon plant because of their intention to disrupt  Israeli 's war crimes in bombing Gaza.

The March was addressed by Roisin Barton (Raytheon-9 women), Marty Crockett (Derry friends of Palestine) who drove an ambulance to Gaza last year and Eamon McCann (DAWC) writer and veteran civil rights campaigner.   

  • Protest at Israeli massacre on Aid Flotilla: the march turns the corner onto Carlisle Road.
  • Protest at Israeli massacre on Aid Flotilla: the march enters Derry′s City Walls.
  • Protest at Israeli massacre on Aid Flotilla: the march lead by the Raytheon-9 Women in Derry′s City centre.
  • Protest at Israeli massacre on Aid Flotilla: the march lead by the victorious Raytheon-9 Women passing the war memorial and heading down Shipquay Street
  • Protest at Israeli massacre on Aid Flotilla: "Resisting War Crimes is not a Crime"
  • Protest at Israeli massacre on Aid Flotilla: Roisin Barton talks about the court experience of the Raytheon-9 women.
  • Protest at Israeli massacre on Aid Flotilla: crowd listens to Roisin Barton talking about the court experience of the Raytheon-9 women.
  • Protest at Israeli massacre on Aid Flotilla: Marty Crockett addresses the crowd about his experience driving an ambulance to Gaza
  • Protest at Israeli massacre on Aid Flotilla: crowd listens to Eamonn McCann of DAWC as he talks about the massacre on the flotilla.
  • Protest at Israeli massacre on Aid Flotilla: Eamonn McCann (DAWC) calling for celebration of the victory of the Raytheon-9 Women. “In acquitting them the jury was agreeing that Israel's bombiong of Gaza WAS a war crime - having that acknowledged in court is a signioficant step”.