Hey fool, maybe you should pay attention to what the article says instead of being an anti-Semite with your "lazy Zios" nonsense. Under international law Israel has the right to interdict a ship in international waters if it believes there is a credible chance that "aid" on the ship is capable of being used for military purposes and poses a threat. You honestly expect Israel to trust what a ship manifest says? Really? Because in the past there have been incidents where the ship manifest says food and the cargo was AK-47s. The real issue here is that Hamas has refused to allow the aid into Gaza. Why, if they care at all about the people they "represent", would they refuse all this aid? Because they don't care, to Hamas it's all about destroying Israel.
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