Tony Blair expresses 'regret and shock' over flotilla deaths

By JPOST.COM STAFF
May 31, 2010 15:20

 
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Former British prime minister and current Quartet Representative Tony Blair expressed "regret and shock at the tragic loss of life" that took place during the IDF raid on the Gaza protest flotilla on Monday.

Blair also spoke of the need to find "a different and better way of helping the people of Gaza and avoiding the hardship and tragedy that is inherent in the present situation."

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