Lifeline For Gaza: “Suspect In Arrigoni’s Murder Was Not Aid Convoy Member”
The Lifeline for Gaza Jordanian Committee issued a press release denying allegations that Abdul-Rahman Al Breizat, one of the suspects in the murder of the Italian peace activist, Vittorio Arrigoni, was a member of one of its convoys.
The Quds Press news agency reported that Wa’el Al Saka, head of the Jordanian committee, stated that there was not a single activist with the name of Al Breizat aboard Lifeline convoy that sailed to Gaza to deliver humanitarian supplies.
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