ATHENS (AFP/Reuters) Israeli naval commandos used batons, tear gas, stun grenades, rubber-coated bullets and live ammunition during the storming of aid ships bound for Gaza, activists deported by Israel to Jordan said on Wednesday. As Israel began deporting hundreds of foreign detainees, Greece said several of its citizens were badly treated, reports emerged of an Australian journalist being Tasered and Muslim volunteers described Israeli crimes. Top Swedish author Henning Mankell - who was on board the fleet of six boats towed to Israel after the offensive on Monday that left nine people dead and dozens injured - accused the Jewish state of brutality. What will happen next year when we come back with hundreds of boats? Will they fire a nuclear bomb? the author of the Wallander crime series said when he returned to Gothenburg airport on Tuesday night. Israel has blamed activists on a Turkish vessel, Mavi Marmara, for Mondays confrontation in international waters, saying its troops were attacked as they boarded the ship and that nine passengers were killed in the ensuing fight. But pro-Palestinian activists on the ships said the Israelis had attacked first. What happened was unbelievable. The way the criminal Israeli soldiers beat us and killed Turkish activists in cold blood was like a bloody movie. They could have arrested them, Moroccan MP Abdelqader Amara, who was deported to Jordan, told AFP in a hotel in Amman. The Israelis used live ammunition and showed us all the barbarism and cruelty in the world although all of us were unarmed. Kuwaiti Islamist MP Waleed al-Tabtabai, who was flown home aboard a government plane from Jordan early Wednesday, said that at least two aid activists were killed by Israeli gunfire from boats and the helicopter. Its a crime by high sea pirates, he said. Athens urged the immediate release of around 30 Greek activists still in detention, some of whom had reportedly refused to sign documents for their release because they were only written in Hebrew. According to our information, a number (of Greek citizens) have protested because they were poorly treated during their arrest, foreign ministry general secretary Yiannis-Alexios Zepos said after meeting Israels ambassador. He said Greece demanded that its nationals were protected and that their health is taken care of and added that a Greek air force plane was on standby to collect them. In Australia, the Sydney Morning Herald said its photographer Kate Geraghty may have been hit with a stun gun by Israeli forces during the raid. On its website, the newspaper said Geraghty had told Australian Consular officials on Tuesday she had been hit in the upper arm with what she believed to be a Taser and had subsequently suffered a minor burn and felt nauseous. The photographer and Herald journalist Paul McGeough have been in Israeli detention since Monday. I did not see her being Tasered, but when we were all finally gathered into a room and they had subdued all of us and taken over the boat she did show us her wound on her arm and she said that she wasnt feeling well and that she was hurt, said Palestinian activist Huwaida Arraf, who was on the same boat. Eighteen released Kuwaiti activists accused Israeli troops of having opened fire without warning. The activists, including Islamist MP Waleed al-Tabtabai and six women, were flown home aboard a government plane from Jordan after crossing by bus from Israel early Wednesday, following hours of delay. Israeli commandos started shooting from the air without warning, lawyer Mubarak al-Mutawa, who was on the main vessel, the Turkish-flagged Mavi Marmara, told reporters. They killed a number of volunteers even before landing aboard the ship, he said on arrival at Kuwait Airport. Young activist Ali Buhamd claimed he saw an Israeli soldier shooting and killing a wounded Turk in the head and that soldiers left another wounded Turk to bleed to death despite repeated appeals for help. Israel Wednesday deported to Jordan 126 people from various countries, including Jordanians and nationals from Algeria, Azerbaijan, Bahrain, Indonesia, Kuwait, Malaysia, Mauritania, Morocco, Oman, Pakistan, Syria and Yemen. More than 200 Turks were also flying out of the country. Turkish nationals made up the bulk of the more than 600 passengers on the fleet, and four were killed in the attack.