Flash News- EXTREMELY URGENT
By Marivel Guzman
I just spoke with Ken O’keefe, they were loading the humanitarian aid, already in the ship 75 tons and one of the vehicles.
They were kidnapped; he does not know how long the signal of the mobil will broadcast,
They do not know the whereabouts of the ship, they are not allowed on the deck.
I got some names of the activist kidnapped..
Ken O’keefe -Palestinian
They are Ok but they have not food,
Please to call to all the embassies of the world to take action against this crime.
Make some calls to United Kingdom, Irish and other involved government officials to send help and rescue the internationals.
Any channel of information that can be use is great way to disseminate the truth.
23.15 GMT – LONDON , this news was published on Salem-News.com at 14:06 Eastern time.
UK AID WORKERS (INCLUDING 2 MAVI MARMARA SURVIVORS) HELD HOSTAGE ON GREEK-OWNED SHIP, AFTER SHIP OWNER ARGUES WITH EGYPTIAN BROKER
DERNA PORT, LIBYA
"Strofades IV" has broken its moorings, without port permission, and is heading out of Derna Harbour.
The rear door of the ship is half closed, with convoy vehicle B7 stuck on it precariously. It is extremely dangerous.
In the lower deck of the Ro-Ro (rollon rolloff) ship are held hostage:
3 Libyans – (2 port authority policemen, with Colonel Salahuddin Rashin, Manager of Derna Port)
6 UK nationals-
The violent Greek owner who is also its captain of "Strofades IV" has just disembarked (as at 22.50 GMT) through a side door of the ship, onto a speed boat. His speed boat has made for another cargo vessel in Derna the harbour – "Odin Finder".
None of the activist know who is in charge of Strofades IV, or where it is destined to go. The ship is empty, apart from the hostages and single convoy vehicle jammed in the doorway. It is making rapid headway to get out to sea.
The matter is a serious breach of every maritime law possible.
We have asked all relevant Embassies to supply urgent, immediate, consular assistance. We are EXTREMELY concerned for the safety of all the nationals on board.