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Monday, May 31, 2010


The Perdana Global  Peace Organisation

Is Participating and Supporting

This FreeGaza Freedom Flotilla Mission




PRESS TV REPORTS - FREEDOM FLOTILLA ATTACKED



TUN DR.  MAHATHIR MOHAMAD CONDEMNS ISRAELI ATTACK ON GAZA AID FLOTILLA (31/5/10)



PUTRAJAYA, May 31 (Bernama) -- Perdana Global Peace Organisation  (PGPO) chairman Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad condemned Israel's interception  of an aid flotilla bound for the blockaded Gaza Strip Monday.

"I feel very angry that the Israelis have used force against people  totally unarmed. I am sure the Israelis will say that these people are  carrying weapons. That is ridiculous," he told a media conference here.


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ISRAEL  THE ROGUE STATE - BY TUN DR. MAHATHIR MOHAMAD (31/5/10)

1. I am horrified at the violence employed by Israel to stop the  ships from carrying humanitarian supplies to Gaza (read here). The ships  are in international waters, yet the arrogant Israelis do not care to  respect international laws and convention.

2. The claim that the people on the ships are carrying sharp objects is  ridiculous. Are they going to fight the well armed Israeli soldiers with  sharp objects?

3. Do Israeli soldiers shoot to kill people carrying sharp objects? The  act is most cowardly and deserving only of brutes, not civilised people.

4. What kind of world are we living in when it allows a rogue state to  use violence and killings against unarmed people on a mission of  charity.

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PRIME  MINISTER OF MALAYSIA, DATUK SERI MOHD NAJIB TUN ABDUL RAZAK CONDEMNS IN  THE STRONGEST POSSIBLE TERMS THE BRUTAL AND INHUMANE ACTIONS OF THE TEL  AVIV REGIME AGAINST THE GAZA AID CONVOY - UMNO ONLINE (31/5/10)

Kuala Lumpur, 31 Mei – Perdana Menteri, Datuk Seri Mohd Najib Tun Abdul  Razak hari ini mengutuk sekeras-kerasnya tindakan zalim dan tidak  perikemanusiaan yang telah dilakukan oleh rejim Tel Aviv terhadap misi  bantuan ke Gaza.

Serentak dengan itu, beliau berkata, Malaysia akan mengemukakan usul  sekatan antarabangsa terhadap Rejim Tel Aviv kerana tindakan kejam  tenteranya itu.

Menurut beliau tindakan tersebut menujukkan rejim Israel tidak  menghormati undang-undang antarabangsa kerana mengambil tindakan  ketenteraan ke atas konvoi misi bantuan kemanusiaan yang berada di  perairan antarabangsa.

“Atas nama kerajaan Malaysia dan seluruh rakyat Malaysia mengutuk  sekeras-kerasnya tindakan zalim tersebut yang jelas menunjukkan  kerakusan rejim Israel yang tidak menghormati undang-undang  antarabangsa.

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MALAYSIA  CONDEMNS ATTACK, URGES SECURITY COUNCIL TO CONVENE MEETING (31/5/10)

Malaysia on Monday condemned the attack by the Israeli defence force on  the Gaza humanitarian aid flotilla, which was sailing in international  waters, saying the act was "a serious breach of international law."

"Malaysia demands Israel to immediately cease its excessive and inhumane  treatment of the activists and calls for the immediate release of the  innocent people and the ships," Foreign Minister Datuk Seri Anifah Aman  said in a statement.

He also urged the United Nations Security Council to convene an  emergency meeting to consider action against Israel and to put pressure  on Israel to immediately lift the blockade on Gaza.

Anifah said the ministry "is closely monitoring the developments as we  have Malaysians onboard."

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REACTIONS  TO THE ISRAELI ATTACK ON FREEDOM FLOTILLA - THE PALESTINIAN CHRONICLE  (31/5/10)

Greta Berlin, Free Gaza Movement Spokesperson: "It's  disgusting that they have come on board and attacked civilians. We are  civilians. How could the Israeli military attack civilians like this? Do  they think that because they can attack Palestinians indiscriminately  they can attack anyone?" (BBC)

Navi Pillay, The United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights:  "I am shocked by reports that humanitarian aid was met with violence  early this morning, reportedly causing death and injury as the boat  convoy approached the Gaza coast .. the [Gaza] blockade keeps  undermining human rights on a daily basis .. The current situation falls  far short of what is necessary for the population to lead normal and  dignified lives." (Press TV)

Amr Moussa, Arab League Secretary-General: "The Arab League  strongly condemns this terrorist act." (BBC)

Ismail Haniyeh, democratically-elected Prime Minister of Palestine:  "The Palestinian government honors the convoy's effort to break the  siege. We consider all of the killed as Palestinian martyrs, martyrs of  the siege on Gaza." (Press TV)

Ayman Mohyeldin, Al Jazeera's reporter in Jerusalem:
"All the images  being shown from the activists on board those ships show clearly that  they were civilians and peaceful in nature, with medical supplies on  board. So it will surprise many in the international community to learn  what could have possibly led to this type of confrontation." (Aljazeera)

Turkish Foreign Ministry: "(The interception on the convoy) is  unacceptable ... Israel will have to endure the consequences of this  behavior." (Agencies and Aljazeera)

Senior UN Officials Report Serry and Filippo Grandi: "We are  shocked by reports of killings and injuries of people on board boats  carrying supplies for Gaza, apparently in international waters. We  condemn the violence and call for it to stop. The situation is still  ongoing and we are awaiting confirmation of what has happened. We wish  to make clear that such tragedies are entirely avoidable if Israel heeds  the repeated calls of the international community to end its  counterproductive and unacceptable blockade of Gaza." (BBC)

Ramzy Baroud, Palestinian-US journalist and author of My Father was a  Freedom Fighter, Gaza's Untold Story:
"What Israel has done tonight  is most barbaric. It's an unmitigated crime against humanity and no one  with a living conscious and a shred of humanity can stand idle as a  sophisticated army attacks and slaughters international peace activists  carrying medicine and toys while on their way to supporting a besieged  nation. However, the murder of those activists, and the wounding and the  arrest of hundreds will forever cement the ties between Palestine and  international peace and justice forces the world over. Starting tonight,  this conflict is no longer Israel vs. Palestine, but a criminal state  vs. humanity." (PalestineChronicle.com)

Uri Avnery, Israeli journalist:
"This night a crime was perpetrated  in the middle of the sea, by order of the government of Israel and the  IDF Command A warlike attack against aid ships and deadly shooting at  peace and humanitarian aid activists It is a crazy thing that only a  government that crossed all red lines can do." (Gush Shalom)

Mahmoud Abbas, acting Palestinian President: "What Israel has  committed on board the Freedom Flotilla was a massacre." (Wafa news  agency)

A spokesperson for Catherine Ashton, EU foreign policy chief: the  official "expresses her deep regret at the news of loss of life and  violence and extends her sympathies to families of the dead and wounded.  On behalf of the European Union she demands a full inquiry about the  circumstances in which this happened. ... She calls for an immediate,  sustained and unconditional opening of the crossing for the flow of  humanitarian aid, commercial goods and persons to and from Gaza."  (Associated Press)

Sami Abu Zuhri, Hamas's Spokesman: "We in Hamas consider the  Israeli attack on the freedom flotilla as a great crime and a huge  violation of international law. In spite of the great harm suffered by  the people who joined this flotilla, we consider that their message has  been delivered. Thanks to these heroes from other countries who showed  their solidarity with Gaza, the Israeli siege is now an international  issue and we consider that the occupiers, through this crime, are the  ones under siege now." (BBC)

Bernard Kouchner, French Foreign Minister: "I am profoundly  shocked by the tragic consequences of the Israeli military operation  against the peace flotilla for Gaza. Nothing can justify the use of  violence such as this, which we condemn. The circumstances of this drama  must be fully brought to light and we wish for a thorough inquiry to be  put in place without delay." (BBC)

Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, President of Iran: "The inhuman action of  the Zionist regime against the Palestinian people and preventing the  humanitarian aid from reaching Gazans does not show this regime's  strength, but is a sign of its weakness, and all this brings this  sinister and fake regime closer than ever to its end." (BBC)

Turkish protesters: "Down with Zionist, Israeli imperialism."  (The Guardian)



16  KILLED IN ISRAELI ATTACK ON AID FLOTILLA - NEW STRAITS TIMES (31/5/10)



ANTI-ISRAELI SENTIMENTS SWELL UP AFTER ATTACK...
A demonstrator waves a Palestinian flag during a protest against Israel  in front of the Israeli consulate in Istanbul  May 31, 2010. At least 10  activists were killed in an Israeli naval takeover on Monday
of a Gaza-bound aid convoy, an Israeli military spokesman said.
-- Picture by REUTERS/Osman Orsal





TWO  MALAYSIANS ON BOARD AID SHIP ATTACKED BY ISRAELI WARSHIP - THE STAR  (31/5/10)




KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysians are on board one of the convoy of six ships  carrying aid to blockaded Gaza that was attacked by an Israeli warship  on Monday, killing 15 people and injuring many more.

The two Malaysians are journalist Ashwad Ismail and cameraman Shamsul  Kamal Latip from Astro Awani, who are on board the lead Turkish ship  Mavi Marmara that was boarded by Israeli commandos.

It is still uncertain if the Malaysians are among the dead or injured,  said a senior Astro Awani source.

"We were on satellite phone contact but have not been in touch since  last evening," he said, adding that they were trying desperately to  establish contact.

Six other Malaysians, lawyer Matthias Chang, journalist Shamsul Akmar,  Parit MP Nizar Zakaria, activist Ahmad Faizal Azumu, TV 3 crew members  Halim Mohamed and Jufri Junid, who are on another ship Rachel Corrie  coming from Cyprus, were safe, according to a statement by NGO Perdana  Global Peace Organisation.

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ISRAEL  ATTACKS GAZA AID FLEET – AL-JAZEERA (31/5/10)



Israeli forces have attacked a flotilla of aid-carrying ships aiming to  break the country's siege on Gaza.

More than 10 people were killed and dozens injured when troops  intercepted the convoy of ships dubbed the Freedom Flotilla early on  Monday, the Israeli military said.

The Israeli Army Radio had earlier said that up to 16 people had been  killed.

The flotilla was attacked in international waters, 65km off the Gaza  coast.

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ISRAELI  SOLDIER ON BOARD THE IHH SHIP. PRESS TV REPORTS AT LEAST 10 HAVE BEEN  KILLED - PERDANA GLOBAL PEACE ORGANISATION (31/5/10)


Perdana Global Peace Organisation Delegation Safe

Kuala Lumpur, May 31 2010 – The Perdana Global Peace Organisation (PGPO)   delegation on board the Rachel Corrie comprising Member of Parliament,   Nizar Zakaria, PGPO members Shamsul Akmar, Matthias Chang and Ahmad   Faizal Azumu as well as Halim Mohamed and Jufri Junid, two press members   from TV3 are safe and are currently 1000 miles of the coast of Gaza.

The delegation has been informed of the brutal attacks on the Turkish   vessel by the Israeli navy this morning where 10 people have been   reported dead. The delegation will continue to proceed on their voyage   and have given assurances that they will return to Cyprus if there are   warnings by the Israeli navy to do so.

The Rachel Corrie which is carrying much needed humanitarian aid for   Gaza also has on board Nobel Prize Laureate Mairead Maguire, former UN   Assistant Secretary General Denis Halliday and documentary film maker   Fiona Thompson. Two Free Gaza Movement representatives Derek Graham and   Jenny Graham are also on board.

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MAVI  MARMARA ATTACKED, 16 DIED - BIGDOGDOTCOM (31/5/10)




Freedom Flotilla which sailed from Turkey carrying activists, aid  workers and basic aid for the war stricken Gazans was attacked by  Israeli Defense Forces this morning. IDF gunships opened fire on the non  combattant liner which houses 800 activists and aid workers ranging  from 1 year old to 80 year before full battle fatigue Israeli commandos  boarded Mavi Marmara in open international waters.

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