Israel-Gaza Ceasefire Proposed by Egypt

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The most recent Israeli offensive in Gaza begins its eighth day on Tuesday, marked by escalating rhetoric and violence on both sides despite international pleas for peace. According to Palestinian officials, over 175 people have been killed in Gaza, most of them civilians. Meanwhile, Israel says close to 1,000 rockets have been fired from Gaza. Now, Egypt is proposing a ceasefire to start Tuesday morning. We'll discuss the latest developments in the ongoing conflict.

Guests:

Robert Danin, senior fellow for Middle East and Africa studies at the Council on Foreign Relations

Nicolas Pelham, correspondent for The Economist and author of "A New Muslim Order"

Janine Zacharia, visiting lecturer at Stanford University and former Jerusalem bureau chief and Middle East correspondent for the Washington Post

Nawal Assad, BBC correspondent

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