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Marmara 2 flotilla from Turkey to Gaza postponed

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Qatari television station Al-Jazeera reported that the Freedom Flotilla from Turkey to the Gaza Strip was delayed for several days due to port procedures in Istanbul. 

The flotilla, known as Marmara 2, includes humanitarian aid for the residents of Gaza and is made up of of three ships with 1,200 people from 30 countries on board © Mena Today 

Qatari television station Al-Jazeera reported that the Freedom Flotilla from Turkey to the Gaza Strip was delayed for several days due to port procedures in Istanbul. 

The flotilla, known as Marmara 2, includes humanitarian aid for the residents of Gaza and is made up of of three ships with 1,200 people from 30 countries on board. 

It will set off 14 years after the Marmara incident in which nine Turkish citizens were killed and 10 IDF soldiers were injured when the flotilla tried to break through Israel's naval blockade of Gaza. 

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