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Israel’s brutal aerial onslaught on the population of the Gaza Strip continues. As of Saturday 12 July 2014, Israel has killed 127 Palestinians in the Gaza Strip alone, not including the nearly dozen killed during its Operation Brother’s Keeper. Hamas has responded by firing crude rockets and mortars into Israel that have killed zero persons and have injured nine Israelis, at the highest estimate. Media outlets have nonetheless disproportionately focused on the impact of Hamas’s response. In this episode of Democracy Now aired on Friday 11 July 2014, Jadaliyya Co-Editor Noura Erakat debates the Senior Advisor to the Israeli Ambassador on who is responsible for this carnage and what must be done.
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