After the "Israeli" navy confiscated the Dignite-Al Karameh (Dignity) French boat and its cargo on Tuesday, an "Israeli" Interior Ministry Spokesperson stated that all foreigners aboard the ship will be deported to their countries by Wednesday.
The "Israeli" official, Sabine Haddad, stated that the aboard the ship were 15 passengers, among which 11 were French, and others from Sweden, Canada, and Greece.
"The 15 passengers were interviewed on Tuesday evening by our services and have voluntarily agreed to sign a document saying that they are ready to leave in 72 hours", Haddad told Agence France Presse (AFP).
The "Israeli" spokesperson affirmed that the passengers will be placed on flights leaving on Wednesday for Athens, Paris, Toronto, and Stockholm respectively.
The French boat Dignite-Al Karameh (Dignity) was intercepted by the "Israeli" Navy on Tuesday after it refused to follow the "Israeli" enemy's demand to change its course after was sailing towards Gaza.
The Dignite-Al Karameh was part of the 10-ship Gaza-bound Freedom Flotilla 2, which was banned to set sail towards Gaza by the Greek Government.
Source: News Agencies