Israelis of French origin protest outside the Turkish embassy in Tel Aviv.
Jack Guez-AFP/Getty Images
United Nations trucks carrying supplies cross into Rafah town through the Kerem Shalom crossing between Israel and the southern Gaza Strip.
Said Khatib-AFP/Getty Images
Palestinians sit next to bags of food aid, distributed by the United Nations Relief and Works Agency in the West Bank village of Sanour. The agency has provided food, housing, education and health care for Palestinian refugees in Gaza, the West Bank and neighboring countries since its inception in 1950.
A Palestinian women in the village of Sanour sits next to boxes of food aid donated for refugees from the European Union and the World Food Programme.
Saif Dahlah-AFP/Getty Images
Palestinians carry bags of food aid, distributed by the United Nations Relief and Works Agency, in the West Bank village of Sanour.
An image from a security camera aboard the Mavi Marmara shows a man firing a slingshot, upper left, while others throw objects at what the Israeli Defence Force claims was its approaching team of soldiers. The ship was at the scene of Monday's deadly raid on an aid flotilla.
A Turkish activist who was injured in Israel's naval raid is taken from a military plane to an ambulance at Etimesgut military airport in Ankara, Turkey. Turkey's parliament called on the government Wednesday to review all ties with Israel as the country prepared to welcome home about 400 Turkish activists who had been detained after the raid. Israel's Attorney General Yehuda Weinstein said Israel decided not to prosecute any of the activists.
A man holds a sign during a protest in the Sudanese capital Khartoum against the seizure by Israeli commandos of a flotilla sailing in international waters.
Ashraf Shazly-AFP/Getty Images
An activist takes part in an anti-Israel demonstration in Jakarta, Indonesia.
Muslim activists display a large banner that reads "Save Palestine" in a pool in the business district of Jakarta, Indonesia.
Belgian activist Isnasni Kenza, right, and a British activist flash the peace sign and hold up the British flag at Ataturk Airport in Istanbul, Turkey after being deported by Israel following the raid.
Mustafa Ozer-AFP/Getty Images
A Palestinian woman takes part in a sit-in supporting the aid ships. The sit-in was organized in front of the Red Cross offices in Beirut.
Protester Willie Bucher demonstrates outside the Federal Building in Los Angeles.
Robyn Beck-AFP/Getty Images
An activist, arrested aboard a Gaza-bound ship, places his hands against the window of a bus as it leaves Ella prison in the southern Israeli city of Beersheba. Israel began expelling all activists seized during a raid on an aid convoy sailing to Gaza that has drawn international outrage, and officials on Wednesday vowed to prevent any other ships from reaching the coastal territory.
Pro-Palestinian activists who were aboard the Gaza-bound aid flotilla raided by Israel on May 31, 2010, sit on a bus after they were deported on June 2, 2010 from the Israeli-controlled Allenby Bridge which links Jordan with the West Bank.
Khalil Mazraawi-AFP/Getty Images
Kuwaiti lawyer, Mubarak al-Mutawaa, who was detained aboard the Gaza-bound flotilla raided by Israel on May 31, 2010, holds up Kuwaiti and Turkish flags upon his arrival at Kuwait City airport on June 2, 2010 after he was deported from Israel.
Yasser Al-zayyat-AFP/Getty Images
An activist, who was seized during a raid on an aid convoy sailing to Gaza, kisses his daughter following his arrival in Jordan, after crossing the Allenby Bridge -- a crossing point between Israel and Jordan.
Palestinian relatives of Islamic Jihad militant Muhammed Shahwan, react at the family house during his funeral in Khan Younis refugee camp, on the Southern Gaza Strip. Shahwan was one of two militants killed while infiltrating into Israel from Gaza, Israeli military said.
Palestinians carry the body of Mohammed Shwan during his funeral in Khan Younis in the southern Gaza Strip. Israel killed five Palestinian militants in the Gaza Strip on Tuesday, three in an air strike after a rocket attack on Israel and two, including Shwan, in a separate ground confrontation, Palestinian rescue workers said. The Israeli army confirmed its aircraft had fired at militants in Gaza, and that two gunmen were killed after breaching Israel's border fence with the coastal territory, but it had no further comment on the air raid.
Ibraheem Abu Mustafa-Reuters
Pope Benedict XVI waves as he is driven through the crowd during his weekly general audience, in St. Peter's Square at the Vatican, Wednesday, June 2, 2010. Benedict XVI says he is anxiously following the news about the deadly Israeli raid on aid ships for the Gaza Strip and worries about its consequences for Middle East peace. Benedict on Wednesday told pilgrims in St. Peter's Square that violence will generate more violence and have ''dramatic consequences.''
A car transporting Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan is escorted by security on June 2, 2010 in Ankara as he heads for a high security meeting with top army commanders and key ministers to discuss the crisis with Israel. Turkey's Justice Ministry is also mulling possible legal action against Israel over its deadly raid early on May 31 on aid ships bound for the Gaza Strip, Anatolia news agency reported on June 2.
Adem Altan-AFP/Getty Images
Palestinians wearing costumes take part in a protest at Gaza's seaport against Israel's interception of Gaza-bound ships. Israel planned to complete on Wednesday the deportation of all of the pro-Palestinian activists seized in a lethal takeover of a Gaza aid flotilla and vowed to stop other ships from reaching the Hamas-run enclave.
US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton delivers remarks regarding Israel's storming of a Turkish ship headed for Gaza at the U.S. State Department in Washington, D.C. Secretary Clinton said that the situation in Gaza is "unsustainable and unacceptable" and that the United States backs an Israeli investigation of the ship raid but it must be "prompt, impartial, credible and transparent." The botched Israeli raid on an aid flotilla left nine people dead.
Paul J. Richards-AFP/Getty Images
Mouatassem Elawad, of Boston, a Palestinian originally from Lebanon, waves a Palestinian flag as fellow protestors stage a "die-in" outside the Israeli Consulate in Boston, Tuesday, June 1, 2010, during a demonstration against Monday's Israeli commando raid on an aid flotilla bound for the Gaza Strip. The flotilla was trying to take supplies to Gaza, which Israel has blocked for three years.
Protesters hold signs denouncing Israel's attack on an aid ship bound for Gaza during a rally in New York on Tuesday.
Members of Hamas' s security force stand guard at Gaza Seaport. Israel seized Turkish-backed aid ships and detained or deported hundreds of activists who were aboard. The ships were en route to Gaza, and Israel faced a U.N. call for an impartial investigation into the deaths of nine people in the takeover.
Ibraheem Abu Mustafa-Reuters
Israeli soldiers walk near the bodies of two Palestinian gunmen (not seen) at Israel's border with Gaza on June 1, 2010. Israeli soldiers killed the two Palestinian gunmen who breached Israel's border fence with the Gaza Strip on Tuesday.
A Palestinian man sits on the stairs next to shops closed due to a general strike in Gaza City, June 1, 2010. Palestinians in Gaza declared the strike and a day of wrath following Israel's deadly naval raid on an aid flotilla bound for the blockaded Gaza Strip.
A sign written in Arabic reads "Freedom to Mona Shashter." Shashter is correspondent of Kuwait News Agency and one of 16 Kuwaitis on board a Gaza-bound aid flotilla. The sign is placed over the Kuwaiti flag during a special session at the parliament in Kuwait City on June 1, 2010 to discuss Israel's deadly raid on the convoy.
Yasser Al-zayyat-AFP/Getty Images
A Palestinian fighter from the Democratic Front for the Liberation of Palestine waves a Turkish flag in front of burning tyres at Ain el-Hilweh refugee camp, southern Lebanon June 1, 2010, during an anti-Israel protest. The men are protesting Israeli marines' storming of a Turkish aid ship bound for Gaza.
An Indonesian Muslim boy stands near police shields as his mother attends an anti-Israel protest in front of the U.S. embassy in Jakarta June 1, 2010. The protesters condemned Israel's deadly attack on Gaza-bound humanitarian aid flotilla on Monday.
A group of protesters from various workers' organizations condemn a deadly raid by Israeli commandos on a Gaza-bound aid ship, outside the building where the Israeli consulate is housed in Hong Kong on June 1, 2010.
Mike Clarke-AFP/Getty Images
An anti-Isreal protester shouts in front the U.S. embassy building during a demonstration in Kuala Lumpur on June 1, 2010. Some 400 protesters from different religious and political group stages condemned a deadly raid by Israeli commandos on a Gaza-bound aid ship, in which at least nine people were killed.
Saeed Khan-AFP/Getty Images
Israelis in Tel Aviv attend a demonstration in support of Israel following a deadly raid by the Israel military on an aid flotilla bound for the blockaded Gaza Strip on May 31, 2010. More than 10 activists have been killed during a confrontation after Israeli commandos boarded ships in an international 'Freedom Flotilla' convoy transporting aid to the Gaza Strip. The incident has sparked international outrage and worldwide protests.
Uriel Sinai-Getty Images
Protesters display anti-Israeli placards during a demonstration in front of the White House in Washington, DC, on May 31, 2010. President Barack Obama told Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu it was important to find out "all the facts" of Monday's deadly flotilla raid as soon as possible. The two leaders spoke by telephone Monday as Netanyahu cancelled his Tuesday visit to Washington, so he could return to Israel to deal with the crisis.
Jewel Samad-AFP/Getty Images
Demonstrators in San Francisco are kept out of traffic by police during a May 31,2010 against Israel after Israeli commandos rappelled down to an aid flotilla sailing to Gaza. The incident left at least nine passengers dead.
Israeli police escort a wounded passenger of the aid flotilla bound for Gaza as he was brought to the Barzilay hospital in the southern city of Ashkelon on May 31, 2010. At least 10 activists were killed before dawn on May 31 when Israeli navy commandos stormed a Gaza-bound aid flotilla, sparking international outrage and plunging the Jewish state into a diplomatic crisis.
David Buimovitch-AFP/Getty Images
A Palestinian flashes a victory sign in front of a Palestinian flag during a demonstration in Rome May 31, 2010. Israel's storming of a Gaza-bound aid flotilla set off a diplomatic furor, drawing criticism from friends and foes alike and straining ties with regional ally Turkey, which called off planned joint military exercises.
Protesters demonstrate outside the Israeli Embassy in Washington.
Susan Biddle-FOR THE WASHINGTON POST
Protesters try to break through a police barricade during a demonstration outside the Israeli consulate in Istanbul.
Israelis stage a protest outside Turkey's embassy in Tel Aviv against Turkey's support for the Gaza-bound ships.
Police detain an Israeli Arab during minor clashes that erupted in the northern town of Umm el-Fahm in Israel.
Police take hold of a protester during a pro-Palestine demonstration outside the Israeli Embassy in Athens.
Louisa Gouliamaki-AFP/Getty Images
Israeli demonstrators, some masked, show their support for Israel after the deadly raid by Israeli navy on an aid flotilla.
Turkish demonstrators try to climb during an anti-Israel protest outside the Israeli Consulate in Istanbul.
Right-wing activists wave Israeli flags outside the Turkish Embassy in Tel Aviv in support of the raid.
Yehuda Raizner-AFP/Getty Images
Israelis at a pro-Israel demonstration in Tel Aviv.
Members of the Palestinian Foundation Pakistan burn U.S. and Israeli national flags during a protest in Karachi, after Israel's military move against a relief aid fleet on its way to the Gaza Strip. Pakistan condemned the Israeli commando attack on the flotilla, describing the killings as "brutal and inhuman."
Rizwan Tabassum-AFP/Getty Images
Protesters hold a Palestinian flag during a rally from the Israeli Consulate to Taksim Square in Istanbul. About 10,000 people gathered in the Turkish capital to protest Israel's military assault on a convoy of six humanitarian aid ships traveling to Gaza. Israeli naval commandos stormed the flotilla in international waters.
An injured Israeli soldier is wheeled to a hospital in the northern city of Haifa.
A pro-Palestinian activist is taken to a hospital in the northern Israeli city of Haifa. The ships were led into Israel's Ashdod port, where the passengers and aid supplies were being unloaded and screened.
One of six ships bound for Gaza is seen in the Mediterranean Sea. Israel had warned the organizers of the flotilla -- transporting items such as concrete to help Gaza rebuild after last year's war with Israel -- that they would not be allowed to sail directly through the blockaded region.
An injured pro-Palestinian activist reacts after Israeli commandos landed on a Gaza-bound ship.
An Israeli commando lands on a Gaza-bound ship in the Mediterranean Sea in this frame grab taken from footage released by the Turkish news agency DHA.
Israeli commandos board a Gaza-bound ship in the Mediterranean Sea in this frame grab taken from footage released by DHA.
Text Editor Kendra Nichols