Sunday, June 26, 2011

The 'Dignité' begins the naval march to Gaza this year

The Dignité - Al Karama (Dignity in French and Arabic) departed from Ajaccio (Corsica) towards international waters, where it will meet other ships from various origins, all converging with a single goal: to break the brutal Zionist siege against the Gaza Strip, where the refugees from what is now allegedly Israel barely survive in what has been described as the largest concentration camp on Earth ever.

Their goal is to bring to Gaza the materials needed to build 1,200 homes and  18 schools.

This ship gathers the efforts from the French state, another ship from the Spanish state, the Gernika,  is also getting ready for their own departure.

Source: LINYM[es].

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