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July 5th Update: US Captain John Klusmire Free! Canadians Free! French Depart for Gaza!
by End the Siege
Tuesday Jul 5th, 2011 4:11 PM
USBoattoGaza
Our boat's captain John Klusmire is out of jail. The charges have not been dropped, but he is free to go anywhere, no bail, no restriction #flotilla2
http://twitter.com/usboattogaza

CanadaBoatGaza
Canadians Soha Kneen and Sandra Ruch freed after flotilla attempts to leave Greece for Gaza http://t.co/sXlJajW #flotilla2 #Canada4Gaza
http://twitter.com/CanadaBoatGaza
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Communiqué de presse : Dignité Al Karama, en route pour Gaza !

Paris, July 5, 2011

Currently in international waters, having defeated the Greek blockade, the 12 passengers on the "Dignite al Karama" their way to Gaza.

On board Olivier Besancenot (New Anti-Capitalist Party), Annick Coupé (Union Solidarity Trade Union), Nabil Ennasr (Collective of Muslims of France), Hilary Folacci (Marin), Quentin Girard (Journalist - Release), Nicole Kiil Nielsen (MEP - EELV), Jacqueline Le Corre (Doctor - French Communist Party - 14 Collective support to the Palestinian people), Vincent de Lignac (Commander), Osama Mouftah (Collectif 59 support the Palestinian people), Umayya Naoufel Seddik (Tunisian Federation for citizens on both sides), Julien Rivoire (Spokesperson of the French countryside "A boat to Gaza" - NPA), Yannick Voisin (Marin).

The campaign "A French boat to Gaza" calls on all citizens in France to provide support to the passengers. They will break the blockade on behalf of the Freedom Flotilla, on behalf of all those who supported this mobilization for justice and law.

The campaign "A French boat to Gaza" also expresses its solidarity with the U.S. and Canadian four militants, including two captains, who were accused of "crimes and felony" after trying to navigate their boats into Gaza.

unbateaupourgaza.fr/index.php/La-Campagne/Communique-de-presse-Dignite-Al-Karama-en-route-pour-Gaza