Gaza flotilla delayed another 24 hours

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May 30, 2010 16:37

 
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A flotilla of left-wing activists trying to break the naval blockade of Gaza has been delayed once again, Army Radio reported Sunday.

The flotilla was delayed due to technical difficulties and will begin to sail on Sunday and arrive on Monday morning. The activist ships were previously slated to arrive in Israeli waters on Sunday,

Activists aboard the flotilla told Army Radio that they would not react violently if the Israeli Navy attempted to thwart their progress.


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