A video-recording of a talk given by David Halpin at the Global Centre and at the invitation of the Exeter branch of the Palestine Solidarity Campaign. It starts with a history of the Zionist entity and the maps. The ramming of the Dignity on 30 December, 53 miles off the coast of the entity (Israel) is described and the lethal intent emphasised.
Length 52 minutes.

The voyage of the Dove and Dolphin on MV Barbara from Torquay in the UK to Ashdod in Israel was conceived and lead by David Halpin. The crew was Danish, there were four British passengers including David and there were 50 tons of flour, cheese, vegetable oil, milk powder and olive oil in the hold. There were also a thousand pounds worth of dressings from Dr Hamami, 1.2 tons of waste carpet wool for weaving, and clothes and blankets.
This journey took place in the first two weeks of February 2003, six weeks before the illegal war on Iraq was unleashed. It was a cry for justice in Palestine, a shout against the looming war on Iraq and a demonstration of our common humanity. This film is a pastiche of TV broadcasts and amateur video recordings taken inside Gaza. It starts in darkness with the officer of the watch being interrogated from a fixed wing plane in the eastern Mediterranean.
Length 20 minutes.

An Interview with David Halpin FRCS'. Interviewer Anas Altikriti for Jusoor Al Hiwar. David opens his heart. He speaks of his motivation, of his strong belief that 9/11 and 7/7 were 'false flag operations'. The evil of the wars on Afghanistan and Iraq is discussed. Being his central concern and focus of action, he speaks of the torment of the Palestinian people.

Length 54 minutes.