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PostPosted: Mon May 17, 2010 6:25 pm    Post subject: Flotillas to Gaza are war on Israel  Reply with quote




JULY, 2014 Turkey is trying this again.  Post Ramadan as Hamas started this jihad on Israel early July
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Ship including Turkey Sailing to Gaza to Break Israeli Blockade

According to Israeli news sources, clear orders have been issued to prevent the ships from reaching Gaza, even if this necessitates military violence.

First Ship Sets Sail for Gaza
May 15, 2010
At 22:45 local time tonight, the MV Rachel Corrie, a 1200-ton cargo ship, part of the 8 vessel Freedom Flotilla, set sail from Ireland on its way to the Mediterranean Sea.
There, ships from Turkey and Greece will join her, then sail to Gaza.

This past week reports from Israel have indicated that the Israeli authorities will not allow the Freedom Flotilla to reach Gaza with its cargo.
According to Israeli news sources, clear orders have been issued to prevent the ships from reaching Gaza, even if this necessitates military violence.

Rachel Corrie was a fool who stood in front of a bulldozer to stop Israel from self defense. These fools always smuggle weapons hidden in 'supplies'

The Free Gaza Movement, which has launched 8 other sea missions to Gaza, confirms that Israel has tried these kinds of threats and intimidation tactics before in order to try to stop the missions before they start.
“They have not deterred us before and will not deter us now,” said one of the organizers.

Ship to Gaza – Sweden, a Freedom Flotilla coalition partner, together with parliamentarian Mehmet Kaplan (Green Party) yesterday asked for an audience with the Minister of Foreign Affairs of
Sweden, Carl Bildt, to discuss what measures the Swedish government and the European Union will take to protect the Freedom Flotilla’s peaceful, humanitarian voyage.
Earlier this week during a meeting with the European Campaign to End the Siege on Gaza – another coalition partner, Turkish Prime Minister Tayyib Erdogan expressed his support for
“breaking the oppressive siege on the Gaza Strip…which is at the top of Turkey’s list of priorities.“

Coalition partners, Ship to Gaza – Greece and the Turkish relief organization IHH, stressed that the ships, passengers, and cargo will be checked at each port of departure,
making it clear that we constitute no security threat to Israel.

Israel’s threats to attack unarmed civilians aboard vessels carrying reconstruction aid are outrageous and indicative of the cruel and violent nature of Israel’s policies towards Gaza.
The Freedom Flotilla is acting in line with universal principals of human rights and justice in defying a blockade identified as illegal by the UN and other humanitarian organizations.

Palestinians in Gaza have a right to the thousands of basic supplies that Israel bans from entering, including cement and schoolbooks, as well as a right to access the outside world.
The Freedom Flotilla coalition calls on all signatories to the Fourth Geneva Conventions to pressure Israel to adhere to its obligations under international humanitarian law,
to end the blockade on Gaza, and to refrain from attacking this peaceful convoy.


Turkish leader tells organizers he supports efforts to 'break oppressive siege on Gaza Strip'
May 11, 2010
Turkish PM Recep Tayyip Erdogan told organizers of a sail to Gaza Tuesday that he would support them in their efforts to "break the oppressive siege on the Gaza Strip".

The independent Palestinian news agency PNN reported that during the Istanbul meeting with members of the European Campaign to End the Siege on Gaza (ECESG) Erdogan said the breaking of the siege was "at the top of Turkey's list of priorities".

Israel to deport peace activists sailing to Gaza
After aid boat from Cyprus en route to Gaza Strip intercepted by Israeli Navy, 21 peace activist passengers will be deported in coming days
He said he would also support efforts to rebuild "what the Israeli war machine destroyed 15 months ago".

Israel's recent acceptance into the ranks of the OECD also came up. "We must force Israel to lift the siege on Gaza and respect human rights as a condition for its acceptance into any international organization," Erdogan said.

Arafat Madi, who heads the ECESG, told the Turkish leader, "Turkey's part in lifting the siege on Gaza is very important – with regard to the official international positions which are not effective."

Turkish leader Erdogan backs sail
http://www.ynetnews.com/articles/0,7340,L-3888100,00.html
http://www.jpost.com/Headlines/Article.aspx?id=175223

Israelis to Confront Pro-Gaza Activists at Sea
http://www.israelnationalnews.com/News/News.aspx/137574

WHY Israel blocks some luxury food items from Gaza
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PostPosted: Tue May 18, 2010 5:47 am    Post subject: Israel to Europe * Stop your citizens from sailing to Gaza Reply with quote

Israel to Europe: Stop your citizens from sailing to Gaza
May 18, 2010
Israel to deport Turkish volunteer arrested by Shin Bet for allegedly belonging to outlawed Islamist group organizing aid boat to Gaza.
Israel warned a number of European states that it would not permit leftist-organizations planning to sail to the Gaza Strip with international aid to complete their mission.

The director of European affairs for the Foreign Ministry, Naor Gilon, met separately with envoys from Turkey, Greece, Ireland and Sweden to convey the
message that any of their citizens intending to set sail for Gaza would be stopped before they could reach the coastal territory.

Describing such mission as provocative and in violation of Israeli law, Gilon told the diplomats: "Israel has not intention of allowing these sailboats in Gaza."

The Foreign Ministry message essentially entails that anybody who tries to sail to Gaza with aid, or who tries to transfer goods into the Hamas-ruled territory, must do so in accordance with procedure.
The diplomats promised to pass the message along to the appropriate sources, said the Foreign Ministry, with some even offering to help prevent their citizens from attempting the mission.

Earlier Monday, Israeli security forces released a Turkish national arrested this month for allegedly belonging to an outlawed Islamic group, and were set to deport him later in the day.

Izzet Shahin, a volunteer for the Turkish NGO Foundation for Human Rights and Freedoms and Humanitarian Relief (IHH),
was arrested in the West Bank by the Israel Defense Forces and was then transferred to the Shin Bet for investigation.
IHH, who had been organizing a Gaza aid boat planned to depart at the end of the month, was outlawed in Israel a few years ago.

According to the IHH website, the organization had been organizing a "major initiative…to deliver aid via the sea to the Gaza Strip, which has been under an embargo for over three years."
"Hundreds of concerned people will set out on 10 ships in May to take over 5,000 tons of relief aid and materials to Gaza," the website statement said,
http://www.haaretz.com/news/diplo...sailing-to-gaza-with-aid-1.290831


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PostPosted: Sun May 23, 2010 3:50 am    Post subject: Freedom Flotilla headed for Gaza Reply with quote

This is JIHAD, a war against Israel by those who are EVIL
May 23, 2010
   Freedom Flotilla headed for Gaza
As an 8 ship 'Freedom Flotilla' began to make its way from various Mediterranean ports toward Gaza Sunday morning, a
UN agency said about three-quarters of the damage inflicted by Operation Cast Lead more than a year ago had not been repaired.

FAULT 100% PALESTINIANS WHO CONTINUALLY SHOOT AT, ATTACK ISRAEL

Israel continues to bar construction material from entering Hamas-ruled Gaza as part of an overall blockade of the territory.
The UN Development Program (UNDP) said in a report Sunday that Gazans have carried out small-scale repairs worth $173 million with recycled rubble or material smuggled through border tunnels.

Israel prepares for protest flotilla
IDF sends 14,000 tons of aid to Gaza

The report said the international community had been largely sidelined in the reconstruction effort. The UN can do little because it refrains from buying smuggled goods.

Israel says it bans construction material to prevent it from being used by Hamas for military purposes.
However, just last week, the IDF transferred over 14,000 tons of humanitarian aid to Gaza, including baby food, produce, wheat, meat, dairy products, hygiene products, clothing and shoes, in 637 trucks.

8 'Freedom Flotilla' vessels headed for Gaza
Meanwhile on Sunday, three ships left Istanbul TURKEY for the Gaza port in an attempt to break the Israeli naval blockade.
Al-Jazeera reported that 5 passenger ships, also part of the 'Freedom Flotilla,' were set to rendezvous with the three ships in international waters before sailing to Gaza.
The three ships are carrying 600 pro-Palestinian activists and 10,000 tons of supplies intended to aid the population of Gaza.

John Ging, the head of the United Nation's Relief and Works Agency (UNRWA) in the Gaza Strip, voiced support for the flotilla, urging the world to "send ships to the shores of Gaza.
Israel would not stop these vessels because the sea is open.
Many human rights organizations have been successful in previous similar steps, and proved that breaking the siege on Gaza is possible," he continued.
http://www.jpost.com/MiddleEast/Article.aspx?id=176184

Thwart the crusaders
Israel should counter ‘anti-siege’ ships with flotilla of inconvenient truths
If all goes the way sponsoring NGOs planned it, a nine-ship armada of activists will steam into a small Mediterranean seaport to break the “siege” of Gaza. Timed for the slow news cycles of the US Memorial Day weekend, organizers, led by “peace crusaders” from Turkey, Ireland, Sweden and North America will unload 10,000 tons of construction material, school and medical supplies.
http://www.ynetnews.com/articles/0,7340,L-3892605,00.html


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PostPosted: Mon May 24, 2010 7:53 am    Post subject: Ankara threatens reprisals if Israel halts flotilla for Gaza Reply with quote

Ankara threatens reprisals if Israel halts flotilla for Gaza
May 24, 2010
The Turkish government sent a secret message to Jerusalem Monday, May 24, threatening reprisals if the Israeli Navy prevents the "Freedom Flotilla" of nine boats from reaching the
Gaza Strip on May 27 for the avowed objects of breaking Israel's blockade on the Hamas-ruled territory and delivering humanitarian aid.

The Turkish message was an ultimatum to Israel threatening retaliation against Israeli interests.
It is backed by the unreported presence of one or more helicopters on one or more of the Turkish vessels for challenging Israeli Air Force support for the naval blockade.

Three boats set sail from Turkey Sunday, May 23, to rendezvous en route with vessels from the UK, Greece, Algeria, Ireland, Sweden and Kuwait carrying
750 assorted pro-Palestinian activists and $20 m worth of cement, medical equipment and schools supplies.
The venture, on behalf of the Turkish-based Humanitarian Aid Foundation is sponsored personally by Prime Minister Recep Erdogen.
This foundation is quietly sponsored by Turkish intelligence and all its operations, including the Gaza flotilla, the most ambitious yet for breaking the Israeli blockade on Gaza -
drawn from the prime minister's office in Ankara.

Israel has imposed a 20-nautical mile closure on the Gaza coast and vowed to prevent the Turkish-led flotilla from entering port.
A fleet of private Israeli vessels is on its way from the Herzliya marina to protest its arrival.
They are flying banners protesting eight years of Gaza missile fire against Israel and photos of kidnapped soldier Sgt. Gilead Shalit, held for 4 years.

Erdogan has approved a plan of action whereby when Israeli warships and naval commandoes board the vessels to prevent them reaching Gaza,
the helicopter carrying the leading activists will take off, fly over their heads and land in Gaza.
The assumption is that the Israeli Air Force will not dare to intercept the helicopter and bring it down while still offshore for fear of an international outcry against a purported humanitarian mission.

Jerusalem has not yet replied to the Turkish ultimatum.
It is standing fast as yet - barring provocations or shooting from the convoy to gain media attention - by the decision to block the flotilla's entry to a Gazan port.
The vessels will be diverted to an Israeli port, if necessary by Israeli naval units boarding them, and the people aboard detained at a special camp thrown up to house them.

The cargo will be unloaded and, if it contains no materials usable for Hamas' military effort against Israel, trucked to the Gaza Strip and handed over.
Ankara is perfectly aware that Israel does not object to overland deliveries of humanitarian aid to Gaza.
Its "Freedom Flotilla" is therefore aimed solely at breaking the blockade thrown up around the terrorist enclave by Israel and Egypt.

In Gaza the UN Relief and Works Agency protest the vandalization of one of its 435 holiday camps for a quarter of a million Palestinian teens and children.
In the past month, the Hamas regime has sanctioned five executions - three last Tuesday in front of their families - and dumped their bodies in the Shifa hospital.
http://www.debka.com/article/8805


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PostPosted: Tue May 25, 2010 6:28 am    Post subject: Turkey rejects Israeli deal on Gaza sail Reply with quote

TURKEY IS OUT FOR WAR ON ISRAEL
Turkey rejects Israeli deal on Gaza sail
May 25, 2010
Israel offers to take humanitarian aid into Strip in exchange for calling off of 'Break the Siege' sail.
Israel tried to prevent naval conflict between its forces and peace activists sailing to Gaza by propositioning a number of states to transfer
humanitarian aid equipment through its territory instead, but Turkey objected.

Ten boats carrying food, clothing, and construction materials to residents of the Gaza Strip left Monday from a number of countries participating in the
'Break the Siege' sail. Some 700 activists on board intend to reach Gaza by Thursday.

Israel, in its efforts to prevent clashes between its soldiers and the activists, pressed some of the participating countries to cancel the sail.
The state propositioned Turkey to transfer its humanitarian aid equipment to Ashdod, from where it would be taken by the UN and international organizations into the Strip, under Israel's supervision.

In exchange for transferring the equipment to Gaza, Israel asked that Turkey call off the sail to the Strip, however the latter rejected the offer.
Major General Eitan Dangot, coordinator of government activities in the (Palestinian) territories, suggested the deal to the Turkish ambassador recently, who said Turkey was not responsible for the sail.

Meanwhile the Navy is preparing for the boats' arrival on Thursday, with many fearing clashes between soldiers and activists when the latter are not allowed through.
IDF Soldiers will be ordered to seize the boats and take them to Ashdod's shores,
where a special detention area has been set up for Palestinian and international activists taken into the army's custody.
http://www.ynetnews.com/articles/0,7340,L-3893870,00.html


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PostPosted: Wed May 26, 2010 6:51 am    Post subject: Boats to Gaza are a provocation Reply with quote

Boats to Gaza are a provocation
May 26, 2010   [/b] Jihad ships carrying hundreds of pro-Palestinian activists making their way to Gaza to break Israeli blockade,
but army says mission unnecessary in light of 'stable humanitarian situation' in Strip

As 8 ships are making their way through the Mediterranean towards the Gaza Strip in the framework of a European aid mission, Colonel Moshe Levi, commander of the Gaza District Coordination Office,
told reporters Wednesday that there is no shortage of food or equipment in the Hamas-ruled territory.

"The sail is a provocative act that is unnecessary in light of the figures, which indicate that the humanitarian situation in Gaza is good and stable," he said,
adding that Israel allows the transfer of many products to the Strip, apart from those which may be used by Hamas for terror-related activities.

According to data provided by the security establishment, 100 trucks enter Gaza every day. Over the past few months, these trucks have delivered, among other things, over
1,200 tons of medicines and medical equipment, 155 tons of food, 2,900 tons of clothes and footwear and close to 17 million liters (about 3.85 million gallons) of diesel oil, the army said.

"We are not familiar with any shortages in any field, and we are permitting the entrance of different kinds of equipment into Gaza, as well as the exporting of produce from Gaza," Levi said.
"Of course, anything that may be used by Hamas to boost its military capabilities will not be allowed in."

The data also show that over the past year Israel has allowed 6,000 Palestinians to leave Gaza to receive medical treatment in Israel and Jordan.
In addition, Israel does not limit the amount of medicines and food that enter the Strip
.

A security official said that in some cases Israel allows the transfer of equipment that may potentially be used by Hamas so as not to obstruct the work of the UN or other international organizations.
According to the IDF, over the past year the unemployment rate in Gaza has dropped to 10-year low and currently stands at 38%, compared with 48% a few years ago.

The organizers of the aid mission said the ships are carrying hundreds of activists from all over the world.
"We're helping the Palestinians, just like the Greeks helped during World War II against the Nazis," a Greek activist aboard one of the ships told Ynet Tuesday.

The mission was organized by Turkish group IHH as well as other leftist European organizations.
The activists taking part in the sailing operation also expressed their fear that the IDF will prevent them from arriving at their destination.
http://www.ynetnews.com/articles/0,7340,L-3894405,00.html

A HUGE WAR IS PLANNED - TURKEY MAY PULL THE TRIGGER
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PostPosted: Wed May 26, 2010 4:17 pm    Post subject: IDF says will stop flotilla Reply with quote

IDF warned they will STOP flotilla
May 26, 2010  
Military launches PR counterattack against humanitarian ship convoy; says will arrest passengers, transfer cargo to Strip
The IDF on Wednesday announced its plan of action vis-a-vis the "break the siege" flotilla making its way to the Gaza Strip.
The convoy, organized by activists from around the world, is slated to arrive to the Gaza shores during the upcoming weekend.

According to its plan, the IDF will alert the participating ships, within different ranges, and urge them to turn around.
If the vessels continue to advance – its passengers will be detained by the navy and returned to their countries in accordance with the Ministry of Interior.

The IDF also decided it will transfer the humanitarian supplies carried on the ships to the Gaza Strip, after they undergo a security check.
As part of the military preparation, the navy carried out an exercise intercepting ships and arresting passengers.
Navy Commander Major-General Eliezer Marom said the navy forces will use measures to protect the soldiers' lives and ensure that there were no terrorist elements or explosives on the ships.

Marom said he instructed the forces to act sensibly and avoid provocations, adding that the IDF had no intention of harming the hundreds of passengers on board these ships.

Prior to making the announcement, IDF launched a PR counterattack against the international flotilla. Head of Gaza's Coordination and Liaison Authority,
Colonel Moshe Levi convened a press conference and said that there was no shortage in food and supplies in the Strip.

"The planned flotilla to Gaza is a provocative act that is unnecessary under the existing conditions in the Gaza Strip, where the humanitarian situation is good and stable," he said, adding that
Israel allows many products into the Strip, and only limits those that might serve the Hamas in advancing terror activities.

According to the security establishment's data, 100 trucks enter the Strip daily.  In recent months,
these trucks transported over 1,200 tons of medical supplies, 155 tons of food, 2,900 tons of clothing and footgear and about 17 million liters (about 4.5 million gallons) of diesel fuel.

The security establishment reiterated that it did not restrict the entrance of supplies into the Strip, noting that it only restricts materials that might be used by Hamas for terror activities.

"We do not know of a shortage in any department, and allow bringing in different equipment, as well as export out agricultural produce.
Of course whatever can serve the Hamas in strengthening its military is not allowed in," said col. Levi during a journalists' briefing at Erez crossing.
http://www.ynetnews.com/articles/0,7340,L-3894766,00.html


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PostPosted: Wed May 26, 2010 4:23 pm    Post subject: Navy prepares for arrival of flotilla Reply with quote

Israeli Navy prepares for arrival of flotilla
May 26, 2010  
Drills include commandeering of ships, which could induce violence.
Fearing that provocateurs will be on board the flotilla of international aid ships heading to the Gaza Strip,
the Israel Navy has been training with crowd-dispersion techniques which it may need to use to commandeer the vessels.

The Navy has held a number of drills in recent weeks to prepare for the arrival of the flotilla which is expected to try and break the
Israel-imposed sea blockade on Gaza and dock in the newly-expanded port there.

The drills included the commandeering of the ships which could, military sources said Wednesday, include violent clashes depending on the response by the passengers on the vessels.

“We will do everything to ensure that the operation runs smoothly but are prepared for every possible scenario,” one defense official explained.
IDF announced that it was planning to stop the flotilla of 9 ships that are carrying hundreds of activists and thousands of tons of supplies.
The IDF said that it planned to intercept the ships as they approached the Gaza Strip and urge them to turn around.

IDF Shipment will be transferred to Gaza following inspection
“If they decide to continue sailing and do not listen to the instructions then they will be stopped, brought to Israel and treated by the Interior Ministry
which will return them to the countries they came from,” an IDF statement said.

According to the statement, the IDF will unload the supplies and transfer the shipment to the Gaza Strip after it underwent an inspection to ensure that it did not include weaponry.

Meanwhile Wednesday, the IDF continued its media blitz against the flotilla, organized by the Free Gaza organization, and
released data claiming that all of the supplies the ships were carrying were already transferred by Israel to Gaza via land crossings on a regular basis.

“This flotilla is a provocation that is not needed considering the humanitarian situation in Gaza which is stable and good,”
said Col. Moshe Levi, commander of the IDF’s Gaza Coordination and Liaison Administration.
Levi said that 100 trucks, loaded with supplies, enter Gaza on a daily basis and that in the past two months over 1,200 tons of medical supplies were transferred to the ship.
http://www.jpost.com/Israel/Article.aspx?id=176587


IDF vows to block 'Freedom Flotilla' aid convoy to Gaza
Navy to enforce 20-mile exclusion zone but will offer to deliver activists' cargo to Hamas-ruled territory
.
The ships are expected to reach Gaza's waters by May 28
http://www.haaretz.com/news/diplo...tilla-aid-convoy-to-gaza-1.292424


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PostPosted: Thu May 27, 2010 9:27 am    Post subject: Fly home at Israel's expense Reply with quote

Fly home at Israel's expense
May 27, 2010   
Authorities to receive 800 participants of Gaza aid 'Freedom Flotilla' in Ashdod, offer them flight home or detention in Beersheba;
mission a provocation in the guise of a humanitarian act, army says

The Israeli navy on Thursday prepared for the expected encounter with the Gaza aid flotilla making its way to the Gaza Strip with some 800 people aboard.
IDF sources said they were concerned that terrorists may try to use the "Freedom Flotilla" to enter the Strip or smuggle in weapons.

In Ashdod Port, a large tent has been set up complete with air-conditioning, intended to receive flotilla participants.
After the navy leads the vessels to the port, the activists are expected to be taken into the tent where they will undergo a procedure similar to that undergone by sailors entering any port.
http://www.ynetnews.com/articles/0,7340,L-3895157,00.html



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