May 29, 2010 § 1 Comment
–-news out that the cyprus govt is reneging on a promise that they would allow the free gaza boats into cyprus waters so that a dozen members of the flotilla, who are now waiting in cyprus, can board the boats.
—Organizers are appealing to the Turkish government to get the group out via a Turkish-controlled northern Cyprus port.
—At least two boats of the “Freedom Flotilla” were experiencing technical problems, said Audrey Bomse of the organisation Free Gaza. An inspection of both ships discovered no technical lapses, leading to the suspicion of sabotage.
–one of the boats will not be sailing because of the technical difficulties and the 25 passengers were moved to another boat.
—Flotilla organizers decide to delay sail (until saturday) towards Strip due to technical problem in one of vessels. Greta Berlin of Free Gaza Movement says boats to leave meeting point on Saturday morning in order to avoid Navy raid at night. After expressing doubts over report, IDF says prepared for ships’ arrival at any time
–follow the freedom flotilla live at witness gaza
–pic of boats waiting on the coast of cyprus to be allowed to dock and pick up passengers who are waiting for cyprus.