More than 120 people held by Israel after a botched raid on a Gaza-bound aid flotilla that killed nine activists were deported to Jordan on Wednesday, the Petra news agency said. The group comprised 30 Jordanians as well as nationals from Bahrain, Kuwait, Morocco, Syria, Algeria, Oman, Yemen, Mauritania, Indonesia, Pakistan, Malaysia and Azerbaijan, the state-run agency said. The detainees were deported through the King Hussein land border crossing, the report said, without giving further details. Israeli army radio said the Jewish state was on Wednesday deporting about 250 detainees, among them 60 Turks who were at Ben Gurion airport, near Tel Aviv, awaiting special flights home. Another 70 Turkish citizens were on their way from prison to the airport, the radio said. Of the 682 people from 42 countries aboard the six ships that were towed to an Israeli port after Monday's bloody raid, 45 were flown out Monday and Tuesday. Jordan's King Abdullah II on Monday instructed his government to facilitate the transfer to the kingdom of those wounded in the attack "and provide them with necessary treatment and care before sending them to their countries." Jordan signed a peace treaty with Israel in 1994.