124 Gaza aid flotilla activists arrive in Jordan

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June 2, 2010 07:53

 
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ALLENBY BRIDGE, Jordan — Dozens of pro-Palestinian activists detained in the Israeli raid on the Gaza aid flotilla arrived in Jordan on Wednesday after being deported from Israel, Jordanian officials said.

The 124 activists from 12 Muslim nations — most of them without diplomatic ties with Israel — crossed the Allenby Bridge aboard five Jordanian buses.

Jordanian government spokesman Nabil Al-Sharif said there were 30 Jordanians in the group.

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