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Activists preparing the new aid flotilla to the Gaza Strip charge that Israel sabotaged one of their boats at the Greek port of Piraeus—and denied  Israeli reports that they intend to kill soldiers, using chemical weapons. 

After the State Department issued a warning that those running the Gaza blockade may face "injury and death," six Congress members sent a letter to Hillary Clinton "to ensure the safety of the US citizens" on the new aid flotilla.

A new Israeli proposal that would forcibly transfer more than 40,000 Bedouin citizens into government-planned townships in the Negev desert has raised the ire of Bedouin communities and their supporters, Electronic Intifada reports.

A group of Palestinians in Gaza, the West Bank and the United States have written an open letter to Cynthia McKinney expressing their "severe disappointment" at her support for Moammar Qaddafi.

Arab-Colombian pop diva Shakira, who courageously protested Israel's Lebanon aggression in 2006, now served as a "goodwill ambassador" at the Israeli President's Conference—in defiance of an appeal by sanctions advocates. 

Egypt's Bedouin, who say they are treated as second class citizens in their Sinai desert homeland, are starting to organize for equal rights. They have long been stigmatized as having collaborated with the Israeli occupation in 1967.

Avraham Zecchillo, who returned from Israel to his native Puglia to reopen the 750-year-old synagogue in the port city of Trani after it had been closed for centuries, died on June 10.