'Lift embargo on Gilad Schalit' flotilla leaves Herzliya

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June 7, 2010 15:54

 
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A flotilla calling for the "embargo" on captured IDF soldier Gilad Schalit to be lifted left the Herzliya marina Monday morning for Tel Aviv, following a rally.

The rally calls on the international community not to discriminate against Schalit and to intervene in his humanitarian interests as well as in the interests of the Gazan population.

Kadima chairwoman Tzipi Livni, the central speaker at the marina rally said the world can't treat Hamas as a legitimate government in Gaza on the one hand, but not legitimate enough to fulfill international humanitarian conventions and laws.

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