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European organizations agree to retain open sea passage to Gaza
European organizations agree to retain open sea passage to Gaza
The European campaign to end the siege stated on Monday that there is an agreement among humanitarian organizations to retain an open sea passage to the Gaza Strip and not to succumb to Israel’s threats to intercept aid convoys at sea.
Tuesday, April 6,2010 14:11
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The European campaign to end the siege stated on Monday that there is an agreement among humanitarian organizations to retain an open sea passage to the Gaza Strip and not to succumb to Israel’s threats to intercept aid convoys at sea.

Arafat Madi, the head of the campaign, said that a coalition of many organizations, including the Turkish IHH relief foundation, the Free Gaza movement, and the European campaign to end the siege, will send in early May a fleet of ships to Gaza.

Madi added that the goal of this coalition is to keep the sea passage to Gaza open and pool the efforts aimed at alleviating the suffering of one and a half million Palestinians besieged in Gaza under difficult and inhumane conditions.

He noted that there are concerted moves to activate the issue of Gaza blockade at all levels throughout the European continent and urge more European lawmakers to participate in the sea convoy heading to Gaza.

The head of the anti-siege campaign affirmed that the convoy will bring to Gaza vital humanitarian needs including building materials, prefabricated homes and medical and educational supplies.

tags: IOF / IOA / European Campaign To End Siege / Gaza / European Organizations / Solidarity With Palestinian
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