Gaza: flotilla power (Part 2)
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The world this week again found itself charting the course of an aid ship bound for the Gaza Strip. The Amalthea eventually avoided a direct confrontation with Israel, docking in the Egyptian port of El Arish, and unloading its cargo there. It was the second big attempt to break the embargo on Gaza since the May 31st flotilla raid by an Israeli commando that killed nine Turks.
- Rony BRAUMAN, Former president of Médecins Sans Frontières
- Jolyon HOWORTH, Professor of International Relations, Yale University
- Sufian RAMAHI, Correspondent, Palestinian Broadcasting Corporation
Programme prepared by Narimene Laouadi and Yi Song.
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