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Middle East / Israelis vs. Palestinians / Gaza / Truce / Meshaal, Oren Interviews #1034104

CNN Evening News for Wednesday, Nov 21, 2012
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(Jerusalem: Anderson Cooper) Rocket strikes in Gaza City and a bus bombing in Tel Aviv before the cease-fire shown.

(Cairo: Christiane Amanpour) CNN interview with Hamas leader Khaled Meshaal about events in the Middle East. [MESHAAL - {thru translator} says not Hamas did the bus bombing; says Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is killing the kids of Gaza.]

(Jerusalem: Anderson Cooper; Cairo: Christiane Amanpour) What Meshaal said in the interview about Israel, how the dynamic has changed for Mahmoud Abbas and the Palestinian Authority with all the attention on Hamas discussed. Other material: [MESHAAL - {thru translator} says he cannot accept Israel because it has occupied our land.]

(Jerusalem: Anderson Cooper) Live interview held with Israeli Ambassador to US Michael Oren about the Hamas-Israel conflict. [OREN - comments on the past violence of cease-fires by Hamas, but Netanyahu agreed to the cease-fire in part due to the help from President Obama, Secretary of State Hillary Clinton and the US; notes Egypt's role in the brokering of the cease-fire and the role of the Iron Dome anti-missile system; understands there is a cease-fire.]

Cooper, Anderson;
Amanpour, Christiane

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