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ZO asks UN to stop aid ships to Gaza

The Zionist entity called the international community to exert its influence on Libya to prevent it from sailing a humanitarian ship carrying aid to the Gaza Strip in an attempt to break the siege imposed on it.

This came in a letter sent by Zionist entity’s delegate to the United Nations, Ghafri’eela Shalev, to the Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon, the International Security Council and the President of the General Assembly saying in it that “Israel” reserves the right to prevent the ship from breaking the siege.

Shalev claimed that “Israel” is keen to ensure that humanitarian aid will reach Gaza, citing: “Israel decided to implement an ease on the goods entering Gaza recently.”

The Libyan ship “Hope” is scheduled to set sailing Saturday from Greece carrying onboard humanitarian aid to the Palestinians, as stated by the Gaddafi Foundation, which is organizing the trip.

The Israeli forces intercepted the fleet of freedom, which was sailing to the Gaza Strip a month and a half ago, and killed and wounded dozens of international activists who were onboard.

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