Gaza Boat Convoy

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The Turkish organisation that was involved with Viva Palestina Convoy 3 is organising a sea-based convoy to Gaza:

The IHH (along with Viva Palestina) broke the Gaza embargo with an overland convoy and now IHH are preparing to break it via sea route with the Free Gaza Movement.

GazaBoatConvoy.co.uk

IHH.org.tr/filistin

It has been confirmed by I.H.H. that the sailing of the boat convoy will be delayed until the first week of May, this is due to the huge international response to this venture.

I.H.H. now have a cargo ship of 3,200 tons to be filled with building supplies and medical aid for Gaza. They decided rather than many small boats that a large cargo ship is more suitable. Countries taking part in the boat convoy are Turkey, U.K., Ireland, Greece, Indonesia, Malaysia, Kuwait, Qatar and Jordon. The total number so far of ships taking part is 10.

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A short interview about the boat convoy is on Remember Palestine this week on Press T.V. Tuesday 19.00 and repeated on Saturday at 12.05.

WATCH ONLINE at 7pm here…



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