Israel Warns it Will Stop Aid Flotilla

Friday, June 17, 2011
According to the Washington Post, the Israeli military served notice on June 16 that it will stop a flotilla of aid ships that is expected to set sail for the Gaza Strip this month and warned that if soldiers are met with violence, there could be casualties among the activists on board.
 
Source: The Washington Post
 
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