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  • I can't wait to see what "secrets" and "surprises" will be revealed . Robert

    Qashlaq: Cyprus has no right to refuse entry of Mariam aid ship
    August 21, 2010 ⋅ 12:19 pm ⋅ Post a comment

    The head of the Free Palestine Movement, Yasser Qashlaq, stressed that the Mariam aid ship to Gaza will depart as scheduled on August 29.

    He told the daily Asharq al-Awsat Saturday: “There will be no backing down from the launch date and Cyprus has no right to refuse it entry to its port.”

    “If the ship does not sail, regardless of the reason, I will reveal secrets and many surprises to the Palestinian people,” he added.

    http://www.yalibnan.com/2010/08/21/q...riam-aid-ship/
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    • WOW! I hadn't seen another site that was questioning the Miriam Aid ship. Especially one about Lebanon. Robert

      Mariam, the (selfish) aid ship
      Posted by: Angie Nassar
      Friday, August 20. 2010

      "Any attempt by Mariam to break the Gaza blockade is a provocative act that puts the entire country in danger. The organizers and passengers on the ship should be ready to assume the risk of acting on behalf of all the Lebanese people. Sound familiar?"

      http://www.nowlebanon.com/BlogDetail...?TID=513&FID=6
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      • Originally posted by JCFalkenbergIII View Post
        WOW! I hadn't seen another site that was questioning the Miriam Aid ship. Especially one about Lebanon. Robert

        Mariam, the (selfish) aid ship
        Posted by: Angie Nassar
        Friday, August 20. 2010

        "Any attempt by Mariam to break the Gaza blockade is a provocative act that puts the entire country in danger. The organizers and passengers on the ship should be ready to assume the risk of acting on behalf of all the Lebanese people. Sound familiar?"

        http://www.nowlebanon.com/BlogDetail...?TID=513&FID=6
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        • Originally posted by DracoBorealis View Post
          Analogy to Hezbollah and 2006 war? When you sleep with dogs don't be suprised you wake up with fleas.
          That would be a good analogy IMO. Robert
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          • Originally posted by JCFalkenbergIII View Post
            He told the daily Asharq al-Awsat Saturday: “There will be no backing down from the launch date and Cyprus has no right to refuse it entry to its port.”
            He is dead wrong; as a sovreign country Cyprus has every right to deny access to its port facilities to any vessel. The only exception to that is when a clear and present danger exists to the vessel in question and its crew, and this is clearly not the case.
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            • Originally posted by bass_man86 View Post
              He is dead wrong; as a sovreign country Cyprus has every right to deny access to its port facilities to any vessel. The only exception to that is when a clear and present danger exists to the vessel in question and its crew, and this is clearly not the case.
              It seems funny how some "Aid" organizations think they can determine what others can do. Robert
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