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Berikut Merupakan Kenyataan Media terkini yang didapati dari Laman  Mengenai MV Rachel Corrie Yang kian membara semangat mereka untuk menghantar bantuan kepada penduduk gaza . 

Manakala Perdana Menteri Israel berjanji tidak akan membenarkan Bantuan dari MV Rachel Corrie "Menjejakkan kaki" di bumi Gaza 

Pada Ketika ini , Kapal bantuan sedang didalam perjalanan 150 batu menghala  Zon Ekslusif 20 batu Israel . 

Biarpun Israel sebelum ini menawarkan kepada Krew MV Rachel Corrie pemeriksaan darat keatas kargo yang dibawa . Mereka membantah tindakan israel tersebut dan hanya akan membenarkan kandungan kargo yang dibawa diperiksa oleh Badan Pemeriksaan bebas antarabangsa meneruskan perjalanan menghala ke Gaza. 

Ternyata Israel tidak akan membiarkan sebarang pembangunan kembali kepada Gaza dengan menyekat kemasukan bahan binaan konkrit yan sangat diperlukan bagi pembinaan semula Gaza dengan mendeklarasi bahawa barangan konkrit merupakan barangan laranagn bantuan kemanusiaan yang mengar syarat serta norma norma antarabangsa .

Dengan Ini Saya menyeru kepada Rakan rakan sekelian , tanpa mengira Fahaman Politk agar mendoakan Keselamatan kepada perwira-perwira dari negara kita yang mengadaikan nyawa untuk membantu saudara saudara kita di bumi Gaza .

Doakan agar misi mereka selamat dan Bantuan yang ingin disampaikan tidak disia siakan seperti yang telah berlaku bantuan kemanusiaan flotilla sebelum ini . 

Untuk perkembangan lanjut dari twitter Sila ke Twitter Update For Gaza , Flotilla And MV Rachel Corrie

Ya Allah , Segala permohonanmu Kami mohon Bantulah mereka yang masih tinggal di Gaza dengan sepenuh bantuan mereka disana sangat sangat memerlukan apa yang dibawa untuk meneruskan perjuangan daulah Islam di bumi Palestin . 

Kenyataan Perdana Global Peace Organisation 

June 5th, 1230 am Malaysian Time

THE peace activists aboard the MV Rachel Corrie bound for Gaza have unanimously agreed to proceed with their voyage to Gaza. This is to enable them to fulfil the hopes and aspirations of the people of Gaza, of which the cargo on board the MV Rachel Corrie, belong to.

It is also to fulfil the hopes and aspirations of the various donors of the goods who wished to see the aid being delivered directly to Gaza and to the people of Gaza and not through any third party. The peace activists consider the unilateral siege imposed on Gaza as being illegal, and any attempt to stop the delivery of such aid as crime against humanity that violates international law, and accepted norms and practices of the civilised world.

All activists on board requests that they be given safe passage to deliver the cargo on board bound for Gaza.

The peace activists also wholeheartedly declare that they all comprise of unarmed civilians. The cargo on board the MV Rachel Corrie is void of any weapons or any apparatus that may be used for harmful purposes.

In light of concerns by certain quarters i.e. the Israeli authorities, the activists have therefore unanimously agreed to allow for the inspection of the cargo on board the MV Rachel Corrie. They request and invite for
an independent international body, preferably inspectors from the the United Nations to board the ship and do the necessary to certify as to the nature of the cargo on board. Currently the MV Rachel Corrie is 150 miles away from the 25 mile line of Gaza.

Issued on behalf of the peace activists by the Perdana Global Peace Organisation, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

Any queries please contact;

1. Ram Karthigasu +60122270159 (

2. Sufi Yusoff (

Rachel Corrie On Her Way

[Cyprus, June 4, 2010] The Rachel Corrie is 150 miles away from Gaza in international waters and on her way. They will arrive on Saturday morning. The 1200 ton cargo ship is the last ship from the Freedom Flotilla and is loaded with construction materials, 20 tons of paper and many other supplies that Israel refuses to allow into the imprisoned people of Gaza.

Some of the High-Profile people on board:

Mairead Maguire from Belfast, Ireland, a Nobel Peace Laureate (l976) and Co-founder of Peace People, Northern Ireland.  She was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize for her work for peace and a nonviolent solution to the Ethnic/political conflict in Northern Ireland. Mairead went on the maiden Voyage of Dignity in October 2008, the second successful voyage for the Free Gaza Movement.  She was also on Board ‘Spirit’ when Israel hijacked the Boat in International Waters, taking all 2l humanitarian passengers to Israel, where they were arrested, detained for a week in an Israeli prison and then deported.

Denis Halliday, from Ireland, a UN Assistant Secretary-General from 1994-98. Appointed by SG Boutros Ghali, he served as ASG UN Human Resources Management in New York and in mid 1997 to end 1998 as Head, Humanitarian Programme in Iraq to support the Iraqi people struggling under the genocidal impact of UN Sanctions. Since resigning from the UN in 1998, Halliday has delivered numerous parliamentary briefings, provided extensive media inputs and has given public/university lectures on Iraq, human rights, and the UN, in particular its reform.

Matthias Chang Wen Chieh is a Malaysian of Chinese descent. He is a Barrister of 32 years standing and once served as the Political Secretary to the Fourth Prime Minister of Malaysia, Tun Dr. Mahathir Mohamad. He is the author of three bestsellers, “Future Fast Forward”, “Brainwashed for War, Programmed to Kill”, and “The Shadow Money-Lenders and the Global Financial Tsunami”, published in the US and in Malaysia.

Mohd Nizar bin Zakaria,Perak, Malaysia, MP Mohd Nizar bin Zakaria is a Member of the Malaysian Parliament.

In addition, there is a three-member camera crew on board from Malaysia TV3 and journalis Shamsul Akmar bin Musa Kamal.

The passengers on board the ship have stated, “Communication is difficult and sometimes impossible and there are many rumors out there started by Israeli authorities, but there is no way we are going to Ashdod. We are, for sure, on our way to Gaza.”

Contact: Greta Berlin, 00 357 99 18 72 75

Mary Hughes 00 357 6 38 38 09


Israel vows to stop new Pro-Palestinian aid ship, Rachel Corrie, attempting to break Gaza blockade

ISTANBUL - An aid ship trying to break the blockade of Gaza could reach Israel's 20-mile (32-kilometer) exclusion zone late Friday, an activist said, but Israel's prime minister has vowed the ship will not reach land.

The dueling comments suggest a potential new clash over Israel's three-year-old blockade of the Hamas-ruled Gaza Strip — and come only four days after an Israeli commando raid on a larger aid flotilla left nine activists dead.

Greta Berlin, a spokesman for the Free Gaza group, said in Nicosia the 1,200-ton Rachel Corrie is heading directly to Gaza and will not stop in any port on the way. It is trying to deliver hundreds of tons of aid, including wheelchairs, medical supplies and concrete.

By Friday afternoon, the ship was 150 miles (240 kilometers) from the coast of Gaza in international waters, the group said on its website. Irish Nobel Peace Prize laureate Mairead McGuire and the former head of the U.N. Oil-for-Food program in Iraq, Denis Halliday, were among the 11 passengers on board.

The Irish vessel is named after an American college student crushed to death by an Israeli army bulldozer while protesting house demolitions in Gaza.

Israel will not allow the aid ship to reach Gaza, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu told senior Cabinet ministers late Thursday. According to a participant in the meeting, he said Israel made several offers to direct the ship to an Israeli port, where the aid supplies would be unloaded, inspected and transferred to Gaza by land, but the offers were rejected.

Netanyahu has hotly rejected calls to lift the blockade on Gaza, insisting that it prevents missile attacks on Israel. The Rachel Corrie's cargo of concrete is also a problem, because Israel considers that to have military uses.

Netanyahu has instructed the military to act with sensitivity in preventing the Rachel Corrie from landing and avoid harming those on board, the participant said, speaking on condition of anonymity because the meeting was closed.

Israel has rejected demands for an international panel to probe Monday's deadly commando raid on the aid ships, saying it can conduct a professional, impartial investigation on its own.

Activists say Israel sabotaged the previous aid flotilla, and Israeli defense officials said Friday only that unspecified "actions" were taken when the boats were still far from Gaza that delayed the flotilla. They spoke on condition of anonymity because the information was classified.

The Turkish activists' deaths on the aid ship increased tensions in the Mideast, especially with Turkey, an important ally of Israel. On Thursday, Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan called Israel's actions "a historic mistake."

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