Israel causes traffic jams in Bogor; one Indonesian volunteer hurt in the Mavi Marmara incident.
In response to the Israeli boarding of Comoros flagged ship "Mavi Marmara" - part of the "Freedom Flotilla" ferrying relief supplies to Palestinians - in international waters off the coast of Israel on May 31st hundreds of journalists and university students staged a pro-Palestinian demonstration in Bogor, West Java on 1st June.
In a news report, "Roads Jammed in Bogor Because of Israel", it is said that traffic on Jalan Sholeh Iskandar was backed up five kilometres, due to the protests, or Israel.
Meanwhile of the 12 Indonesians on board the "Mavi Marmara" one among them was hurt in the incident, and is currently being treated at the London Hospital in Haifa, Israel, and will likely be deported once recovered.
Possibly one of these fellows.
The Indonesian volunteers travelling on the boat came from various organisations including Friends of Al-Aqsa, the Medical Emergency Rescue Committee (MER-C), and the Indonesian Committee for Solidarity With Palestine (KISPA).