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Posted by A.Anwar Sacca on January 29, 2008
Monday passed, the goods did not - Convoy campaign: call for protest to Israeli government‏
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The Convoy: Monday passed, the goods did not

Time for protests

Saturday the army representatives at the Erez checkpoint indicated that Monday our truckloads of relief would go through. We didn't rely on this vague promise too much but gave it the benefit of the doubt. After all, we also heard from KM Dov Kheinin (Hadash) that PM Olmert had told him personally that our relief would be let through.

Meanwhile, Monday passed and the goods did not go through.



While we are still in negotiations with the army and busy mobilizing Knesset members we would very much want activists abroad to strengthen the demand of "Let the convoy pass."



We also prepared an appeal to the Supreme Court, but still hope to save the money it would cost and instead buy more water filters and add these to the convoy. But if all other means would fail we are prepared to go to court.



more background

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`We are all under the same sky` - story of the aid convoy to Gaza




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