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#Estelle Ship to Gaza | Israel Again Commits Barbarism and Piracy ~ by @StephenLendman

FEATURED | ‘Tears of Gaza’ – The Movie Bare Facts: So you won’t say.. we didn’t know about Palestine Israel again egregiously violated fundamental international law. by Stephen Lendman | OpEdNews | Oct 21, 2012 On October 6, the humanitarian Estelle Ship to Gaza departed Naples, Italy for Gaza. It surprised no one that Israel […]

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Israel attacks Gaza-bound boat #Estelle in Int’l Waters, Defying International Law, Kidnaps Parliamentarians and activists (PRESS INFO)

Foreign Policy | Oct 20, 2012 for immediate release Contact: US Boat to Gaza, Robert Naiman, 217-979-2857; naiman@justforeignpolicy.org Jane Hirschmann, 845 246 6494; kaneri46@gmail.com New York, October 20, 6AM EDT Shortly after 4:00AM EDT when the Gaza-bound Estelle was in international waters approx. 17 Nautical Miles north of Arish, Egypt (as per the last coordinates […]

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Israel threatens to board the #Estelle, with former Canadian MP on board, in international waters

By Canadian Boat to Gaza | October 19, 2012 We received a message from the Finnish foreign department (the Estelle is sailing under a Finnish flag), that their Israeli counterpart informed them that the Estelle will be boarded on international water, and its passengers brought to the Israeli port of Ashdod. “If the Israelis carry […]

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Israel attacks humanitarian ship to Gaza in international waters

16 May 2011 | Global Research |  International Solidarity Movement Global Research has been in contact with the Spirit of Rachel Corrie, a Malaysian ship carrying a humanitarian aid cargo to Gaza, which has been attacked in international waters by Israel. The vessel left the Port of Piraeus, Greece on Wednesday, May 11 carrying 7.5 […]

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Launch of international boat to monitor human rights in Palestinian waters

17 April 2010 | Civil Peace Service Gaza | International Solidarity Movement On Wednesday April 20th, the “Oliva”, a human rights monitoring boat with an international crew, will launch from the port of Gaza City. The crew of the Civil Peace Service, which currently consists of citizens from Spain, the United States, Italy and Belgium, […]

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