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The General Secretary of the World Council of Churches has condemned Israel's assault on Gaza aid ships and stressed the WCC will continue to work for just-peace in the region.
Amnesty International has called for Israel to launch an immediate, credible and independent investigation into its killing of at least 10 activists on the Gaza aid flotilla.
An Irish ship named after a civilian killed by Israeli troops, and with Scottish activists on board, intends to challenge the Gaza blockade in a few days.
Jewish Voice for Peace has condemned Israel's attack and killing of members of the Freedom Flotilla aiming to bring much-needed aid to the besieged Gaza Strip.
The attack at the end of May 2010 on the aid convoy heading towards Gaza raises challenging questions for the US government and its international allies, as well as the Israeli regime, says Savi Hensman.
Palestinian Christians have urged protests by church groups around the world against an Israeli assault on ships bringing aid to Gaza, which has led to the deaths of at least 10 activists.
Amnesty International has strongly condemned the executions of two Palestinian men in Gaza last week by the Hamas de facto authority, following an unfair military trial.
In an Easter message, South African church leaders and Christian, Jewish and Muslim theologians have expressed solidarity with Palestinian Christians - as Gaza comes under attack again.
Amnesty International has strongly urged the Hamas de facto administration in Gaza not to carry out several pending "abhorrent" death sentences.
Israel’s most recent response to the UN on its investigations into alleged violations of international law by its forces in Gaza a year ago is totally inadequate, Amnesty International has said.