Days after a deadly clash between Israeli soldiers and a ship challenging the country's blockade of Gaza, a fresh showdown is on the horizon. An Irish ship, which organizers say carries 550 tons of humanitarian aid, is expected to arrive by late Friday or early Saturday. Ireland has requested that Israel not interfere with the ship. The boat is named Rachel Corrie in honor of an American peace activist who was killed in Gaza in 2003. An Israeli official told CNN, "the Israeli government is offering to receive the ship's cargo, as it has offered other vessels if it docks at [Israel's] Ashdod port. The Israeli government will unload the cargo, screen it, and deliver it to Gaza."