Israel to impound Gaza flotilla ships to benefit terror victims

צילום: EPA

A Jerusalem court issues temporary confiscation order for 2 Norwegian ships planning to sail to Gaza; if they are intercepted and towed to an Israeli port, their value will be paid to terror victims families as compensation.

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