Gisha: Israel must allow people free movement in Gaza

By JPOST.COM STAFF
October 20, 2012 14:11

 
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Non-Profit Organization Gisha spoke out against the Gaza blockade on Saturday, saying that Israel must allow cars and trucks out of Gaza.

In response to Israel's interception of the "Estelle" ship early Saturday morning, a Gisha spokesperson said: "If Israel wants to exercise its authority, as occupying power, to stop ships from reaching Gaza, it must fulfill its obligation to allow free movement of people and goods via the land crossings."

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