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Israel sees no need to apologize for raid

The Los Angeles Times, 2 June 2010
Publié le : 2 juin 2010
 Edmund Sanders 
"Reporting from Jerusalem - Israel struck a defiant tone Tuesday over its lethal takeover of a humanitarian flotilla bound for the Gaza Strip, saying it had nothing to apologize for even as much of the world called for an end to its three-year blockade of the coastal Palestinian enclave. "Israel's hard-line response came as organizers of the flotilla said they were sending another ship to attempt to break the longstanding siege, which began after the militant group Hamas took control of Gaza in 2007. "The border restrictions were partly lanced Tuesday, when Egypt, facing diplomatic pressure from fellow Muslim nations, announced that it would open its own crossing into Gaza at Rafah to allow shipments of humanitarian supplies." Read on...
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