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New break-siege ship to head to Gaza from Lebanon next week
New break-siege ship to head to Gaza from Lebanon next week
Two non-governmental organizations announced in Beirut on Saturday that a Lebanese ship loaded with humanitarian assistance would set sail to Gaza Strip next week.
Sunday, June 6,2010 14:34
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BEIRUT,  Two non-governmental organizations announced in Beirut on Saturday that a Lebanese ship loaded with humanitarian assistance would set sail to Gaza Strip next week.

The Free Palestine movement and reporters without borders held a joint press conference during which they announced the new plan.

The head of Free Palestine movement, Yasser Al-Qashlaq, said that the ship would carry educational material and other relief aid to the besieged Palestinian children in Gaza.

He invited freedom-loving individuals to join the sea voyage.

Thaer Ghandour, speaking for reporters without borders, said that the ship would also carry 50 reporters and 25 European activists including MPs.

tags: Gaza / Siege on Gaza / Gaza People / Gaza Children / Anti-Siege / Flotilla / Blockade / Rafah / Reporters Without Borders / Free Palestine Movement /
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