'Rachel Corrie': We intend to arrive in Gaza in 24 hours

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June 5, 2010 09:10

 
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Passengers aboard the Gaza-bound protest ship Rachel Corrie said Friday morning they intend to arrive in Gaza within 24 hours, Army Radio reported.

They denied reports published in Israel saying the ship’s arrival in Gaza had been significantly delayed or cancelled.

The passengers contradicted Audrey Bomse, one of the organizers, who said in an interview that the ship’s journey would be delayed due to Israeli sabotage of press and passenger ships intended to accompany the cargo ship – Rachel Corrie.

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