This program is about 1 hour long
(Studio: Anderson Cooper; Gaza City: Sara Sidner) The air strikes today reviewed and discussed; inset video of rocket fire shown.
(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with CNN's Ben Wedeman in Israel and "New York Times" Jerusalem bureau chief Jodi Rudoren about Gaza. [WEDEMAN - describes what is happening in this Israel town living under the threat of rockets, the rocket "factory" in Gaza of 2006, the change in Hamas weaponry; comments on Egypt treading carefully to avoid another conflict with Israel.] [By phone, from Gaza City, RUDOREN - comments on whether Gaza people are readying for an invasion on the ground, what Hamas is saying about a new longer range rocket.]
(Studio: Anderson Cooper) A dispute about last night's video of a man being pulled from rubble in Gaza and charges Israel faking of the image reviewed.
(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with Reza Sayah and Stanford University professor Fouad Ajami about the Middle East. [SAYAH - says Egypt's role is unclear at this time: just rhetoric so far and not to disrupt alliances; comments on the small protests in Cairo by people wanting a tougher stance against Israel, which occupies Palestinian territory.] [AJAMI - says Egypt has attachment to the Palestinians with historic ties to Gaza, but will not take risks for Hamas.]
(Studio: Anderson Cooper; Washington: Dana Bash) King's belief the talking points were altered, the suggestions in the original draft about Al Qaeda that were taken out by a joint interagency decision because the Al Qaeda link was tenuous, what came out of the briefings today when Petraeus testified and how Representative Nancy Pelosi went after the Republicans discussed.
(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Earlier interview held with Rohrbacher. [ROHRBACHER - says President Obama blamed the Libya crisis on "movie rage" and knew that was not true; states they knew this was a terrorist attack; suggests Obama was politically motivated.]