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The Flotilla to the Gaza Strip – Update (As of 1400 hours, May 30, 2010)

As of the afternoon of May 30, five ships were located near Cyprus and had not yet set sail for the Gaza Strip. The sixth boat, Challenger II, which belongs to the Free Gaza flotilla and carries 14 members of European parliaments, was expected to join the five ships between Cyprus and Gaza.
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Educating the younger generation in the Gaza Strip: summer camps organized by UNRWA in “competition” with Hamas, are a target for threats and assaults.

Armed men recently torched an UNRWA summer camp. Hamas condemned the event but minimized its importance, advising UNRWA to change its ways.
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IHH, which plays a central role in organizing the flotilla to the Gaza Strip, is a Turkish humanitarian relief fund with a radical Islamic anti-Western orientation.

Besides its legitimate philanthropic activities, it supports radical Islamic networks, including Hamas, and at least in the past, even global jihad elements.
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The Aid Flotilla for the Gaza Strip – Update

On May 14 the Rachel Corrie set sail from the Irish port of Dundalk, the first ship of the aid flotilla for the Gaza Strip organized by a coalition of pro-Palestinian organizations in Europe and Turkey.
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The flotilla of aid to the Gaza Strip is in its final preparations before setting sail to the Gaza Strip

Reports say that the first ships are scheduled to leave the European ports and rendezvous in Cyprus with ships from Greece and Turkey before departing together to the Gaza Strip
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According to the Free Gaza organization, the flotilla of aid is expected to leave for the Gaza Strip on May 24.

At least three cargo ships and five passenger ships will take part in the voyage. The Hamas administration makes preparations to receive the flotilla.
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