Drifted ship's Captain talks to Jordanian Ambassador in India

[TamilNet, Sunday, 24 December 2006, 10:49 GMT]
Iraqi Captain of the Jordanian owned cargo ship M.V. FARAH III that drifted and struck the ground in LTTE territorial waters off Mullaithivu Saturday, Ramaz S. Abdul Jabbar, has contacted the Jordanian Ambassador in India Sunday evening, from the Peace Secretariat of the Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam (LTTE) in Kilinochchi, conveying the message of safety of his crew members. Asked to comment whether there has been any military standoff between the Sri Lanka Navy and the Sea Tigers, the Captain of the ship told TamilNet: "this, I guess is all political. We are all safe and we have good cooperation here."

Ms. Katja Lorenz, Head of ICRC sub-delegation in Vanni, with the Iraqi captain of the vessel, Ramaz S Abdul Jabbar


"We were offered a good place to sleep," the Captain said.

The crew-members have also been to shopping in Kilinochchi Sunday, he further said.

Head of ICRC's sub delegation in Vanni, Ms. Katja Lorenz, was present together with the Captain and his Jordanian and Egyptian crew members, when they talked to their national authorities and their families.



Details of the crew members follow:

  1. Ramaz S Abdul Jabbar, Captain, Iraq
  2. Osama Mohamad Kasem, Chief officier, Egypt
  3. Sherif Mohamed Moustafa, 2nd Officier, Egypt
  4. Muhannad Abu Omar, 3rd Officier, Jordan
  5. Gamal Abduo Abdeaal, Chief Engneer, Egypt
  6. Ashraf Abdalla Ibrahim, 2nd engineer, Egypt
  7. Gamal Mohamed elshimy, 3rd engineer, Egypt
  8. Jamal S E Hussein, 4th engineer, Jordan
  9. Mohamed Farouk A Elkalek, Electician, Egypt
  10. Mohamed A Aziz Alshurman, Bousn Jordan
  11. Mahmoud Abdelrahman A Jaber, Able seaman, Jordan
  12. Abdallla K A Alkhazalah, Able seaman, Jordan
  13. Feras Abed A Suheemat, Able seaman, Jordan
  14. Massoud Mohamed Ibrahim, Able seaman, Egypt
  15. Wahid E M Mahdia, Able seaman, Egypt
  16. Mohamed A J Alshwawreh, Able seaman, Jordan
  17. Salahden Fahd Abdrahmn, Fitter, Jordan
  18. Wail Hamed Rebhibali, Assistant fitter, Jordan
  19. Mohamed Azmy Alshareef, Oiler, Jordan
  20. Alla A A Zakreya, Oiler Egypt,
  21. Moh'D K A Solman, Oiler Egypt,
  22. Moh'D E M Dabbour, Oiler Egypt,
  23. Mustafa M A Abuhashem, Cook, Jordan
  24. Ibrahim H S Alkhald, MAN, Jordan
  25. Ashrah M H Sweilm, MAN, Jordan


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