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50 Ships from around the world will set sail to Gaza soon
50 Ships from around the world will set sail to Gaza soon
Quoting the Syrian news agency "SANA" today, Bashour said in a speech in the Lebanese Tripoli, that the processing of the fleet is being held, despite some difficulties and obstacles.
Saturday, July 3,2010 12:51
Paltelegraph.com

Gaza, The coordinator of the national initiative to break the siege on the Gaza Strip in Damascus, Maan Bashour, , revealed an overall processing of a fleet of at least 40 to 50 ships in the continents of Europe, Asia, Africa, America and Australia to go to the Gaza Strip in a huge attempt to break the siege.

 Quoting the Syrian news agency "SANA" today, Bashour said in a speech in the Lebanese Tripoli, that the processing of the fleet is being held, despite some difficulties and obstacles.

Bashour called Arab and Islamic governments to embrace the idea of opening all the ports of Arab and Islamic countries to launch their ships to break the siege on Gaza.

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