Humanitarian Crisis, Political Reckoning Loom As Smoke Clears In Gaza
After nearly two weeks of uninterrupted violence, the people of Israel and the Gaza Strip enjoyed a fragile cease-fire Friday.
The fighting between the Israeli military and Hamas claimed more than 200 lives, and leaves behind a humanitarian crisis in Gaza and a possible political reckoning for Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu.
Here & Now‘s Jane Clayson speaks with Neri Zilber, journalist and analyst for the Washington Institute for Near East Policy.
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