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Middle East / Israelis vs. Palestinians / Gaza Violence / Regev, Rabbani Interviews #1069371

CNN Evening News for Monday, Jul 28, 2014
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The new fighting between Israel and Hamas in Gaza and what both sides want introduced. [In live interview, Israeli government spokesman Mark REGEV - says the Hamas tunnels are a real threat to Israel so Gaza has to be demilitarized; asserts Hamas rockets also kill Palestinian civilians; explains the reaction to the US-proposed cease-fire so the violence leads to the restrictions.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The CBS interview held with Hamas leader Khaled Meshal. [MESHAL - {thru translator} says we don not want to recognize Israel as a state.] Live interview held with Inst. for Palestinian Studies Mouin Rabbani† about what Hamas wants. [RABBANI - comments on the Israeli attacks on the Gaza Strip and how Hamas decided to stand up and push for an end of the blockade; comments on Israel's "mowing the lawn" strategy.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The question of who was behind the kidnapping and murder of three Israeli teenagers reviewed.

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