Flotsam from the flotilla

Oster, Marcy
June 2011
Washington Jewish Week;6/30/2011, Vol. 47 Issue 26, p7
The article reports on the preparation of Israel's Navy for the interception of the pro-Palestinian flotilla that will set sail for the Gaza Strip in Palestine in 2011. The Navy is practicing various efficient ways to quickly board the upper decks of the ships to avoid the potential occurrence of violence between Palestine and Israel. It is also learning how to use nonlethal riot control methods and water cannons.


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