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First Gaza Flotilla Boat Heads for Meeting Point at Sea

One ship participating in the flotilla to Gaza has already set sail toward the flotilla’s scheduled meeting place in international waters.

The French ship “Dignity” does not intend on anchoring before reaching the meeting point at sea, but it is still unclear how long it will be waiting for the rest of the ships, some of which were said to be sabotaged.

On Monday, the propeller of the Greek-Swedish ship “Juliano” was found broken, and Gaza flotilla organizers said they believed it was deliberate sabotage by Israel. It is still unclear how long it will take to fix the problem to allow the ship to set sail.

Read more at Haaretz.com

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