Free Gaza demands return of property confiscated during raid

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June 17, 2010 16:29

 
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The organization Free Gaza, one of the organizers of the May 31 Gaza aid flotilla, released a statement Thursday demanding that Israel return to activists all property confiscated during the raid on the ships.

The statement calls for the return of cameras, phones, laptops, credit cards and all other confiscated personal effects.

Activists are also urging there own governments to pressure the Israeli government to return their property, according to the statement.

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