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    • Edna
    • 08.01.10 | 22:40 (IST)

    Galloway was at the head of a convoy of 150 trucks delivering high grade North Korean explosives....er, 'aid!' - to oppressed Palestinians in Gaza. Suddenly an Egyptian Security Agency sergeant pulled him up just outside the port city of El Arish near the Gaza border. "Hello, Mr Galloway. Do you recognise these?" the officer asked, pointing to a picture on the front page of the Daily Shiite. 'Dozen explosive trucks missing in Yemen' was the banner headline alongside photos of the missing ordnance lorries, looking suspiciously like the Galloway Relief convoy. There followed a scuffle in which the UK MP and his 520 fellow travelling truckers became involved in an ugly frascas with security farces. Eight stitches and a $500 fine later the convoy's cargo of contraband was confiscated and recyled to its Mossad supply depot in El Alamein.

    from the article: Egypt cop killed in Gaza scuffle over blocked aid
    First published 08:34 06.01.10 | Last updated 20:24 19.01.10
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