" It is part of recognized international law that because Hamas is in a state of war with Israel that a blockade is legal." The concept of "states of war" is about as archaic as "declarations of war" (none since 1945, I believe). Because since 1945 there is only "armed conflict" and, so sorry, the last armed conflict ended when Israel declared a ceasefire at the end of Operation Cast Lead. So an Israeli blockade of Gaza can be no more "legal" than a continuation of the Israeli blockade of Tyre following the ceasefire that ended the 2006 Lebanon war.
Shots fired from northern Gaza at IDF forces stationed at border, no casualties (Haaretz)
from the article: Activists: We have funding for another larger Gaza flotilla
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