Israel state of pirates
The Israeli occupation navy has received instructions to intercept women’s boat to Gaza and arrest onboard activists, Israeli daily Maariv reported Sunday.
The Israeli naval forces have received orders to intercept al-Zaytouna ship and arrest activists as soon as they reach Gaza shores.
The boat is reportedly to be towed to the Ashdod Harbor wile female activists will be deported to their mother countries after they sign pledges to never return.
Zaytouna ship is expected to reach Gaza shores in the next three days following a stopover in the Greek Island of Crete to fix a sudden breakdown.
Amal and Zaytouna, a flotilla of two boats with all-women crews and passengers, set sail from Barcelona en route to besieged Gaza in another maritime attempt to break Israel’s illegitimate blockade on the Palestinian coastal enclave.
I don’t know what the tactical plan is to actually get these women, or at least some of them, and supplies, into Gaza.
If captured, they will most probably be met with very rough physical treatment by the Israeli Navy, and some may be killed, as a lesson for future potential flotillas from around the world trying to break the siege of Gaza; that is just how the Israeli military mindset works.
Prayers for their collective physical safety, and that they will be documenting, and sending back images of how they are treated. If they have the technical capability, there is a computer chip which enables you to send camera images back to your computer, in blazingly fast time.