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At this point, Israel imposed a naval blockade over Gaza.
traditional law of naval blockade, which is a collection of
The naval blockade has been recognized as legal and legitimate by the United Nations," said Israeli Foreign Ministry spokesman Yigal Palmor.
The Palmer/Uribe Panel did exactly that when it concluded: "Although people are entitled to express their political views, the flotilla acted recklessly in attempting to breach the naval blockade.
The flotilla acted recklessly in attempting to break the naval blockade," the UN Palmer report said.
Netanyahu said the new flotilla organized by several NGOs to reach the Gaza Strip in spite of the Israeli naval blockade a similar to the flotilla in June 2010 a is not a humanitarian mission.
Attorney General Eric Holder this week calling plans by pro-Palestinian activists to protest and potentially disrupt Israel's naval blockade of Gaza an "unacceptable provocation.
Israel warned foreign journalists on Sunday they could be barred from the country for 10 years if they board a new flotilla that plans to challenge an Israeli naval blockade of the Hamas-ruled Gaza Strip, Reuters reported.
Israel backtracked on Monday on a threat to bar foreign journalists from entering the country for 10 years if they board a new international aid flotilla that plans to challenge the Israeli naval blockade of the Gaza Strip.
Absolutely they want to destabilize Pakistan because they want joint custody of nukes, to consolidate their position in the region, so a Karachi naval blockade is a natural move.
The Islamist Hamas has ruled Gaza since 2007, and the enclave is under a tight naval blockade.
The actions carried out by Israel on May 31, 2010 to enforce the naval blockade had the regrettable consequences of the loss of human life and physical injuries.

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