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Freedom Flotilla III will sail during the first half of 2015 - Former Tunisian President affirms that he will be on boardMédia d'origine:Freedom Flotilla CoalitionDate de publication:Lun, 30/03/2015 (Toute la journée)Type de média:Web-texte
Tunis, March 30, 2015
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- Média d'origine:Canadian Boat to GazaType de média:Web-texte
The situation in Gaza worsens by the day:
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- Média d'origine:CHRW94.9Date de publication:Mar, 03/07/2012 (Toute la journée)Type de média:Radio
INTERVIEW WITH DAVID HEAP, WESTERN UNIVERSITY PROFESSOR AND CANADIAN BOAT TO GAZA STEERING COMMITTEE MEMBER
"What ever you think of the people governing there, you can't hold a civilian population hostage in that way,with a blockade by land and by sea and by air"-David Heap on the Gaza Blockade.
Western University Professor and Canadian Boat to Gaza Steering Committee Member, David Heap, talks to CHRW about the recent letter sent regarding the seized vessel, Tahrir, the Gaza Blockade, the seizing of the vessel itself, and how listeners can get involved in the campaign.
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On June 11th, the Toronto Law Firm of Jackman Nazami and associates filed a letter on behalf of the Canadian Boat to Gaza Steering committee, requesting the return of the vessel, Tahrir, and its cargo that was illegally seized on international waters last November.The Gaza blockade blocks materials and goods from reaching 1.6 million Palestinian civilians living in the Gaza strip.
Western University Professor and Steering committee member, David Heap, talked to CHRW about the letter and why it was sent, and the seizing of the vessel last November by Israeli Navy members. Two Greek ships from the 2010 Freedom Flotilla were released by Israel earlier this month.
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- Média d'origine:Ma'an News AgencyDate de publication:Lun, 18/06/2012 (Toute la journée)Type de média:Web-multimédia
Under Israel's maritime blockade, Palestinians are forbidden from
fishing more than three nautical miles from the coast.
BETHLEHEM (Ma'an) -- Israel's navy fired at Palestinian fishermen off Gaza's coast on Sunday, witnesses said.
No injuries were reported.
An Israeli military spokeswoman said that a fishing boat had deviated from the designated fishing area, and after failing to respond to orders to return, warning shots were fired in the air.
The incident took place in the north west of Gaza, locals said.
Under Israel's maritime blockade, Palestinians are forbidden from fishing more than three nautical miles from the coast.
During the Oslo accords negotiators had agreed on 20 nautical miles of fishing access along Gaza's coastline.Étiquettes: