Shells Strike U.N. School in Gaza

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We'll discuss the ongoing crisis in Gaza one day after Israeli tanks reportedly shelled a crowded shelter at a United Nations school, killing 15 and wounding 90. On the same day, another Israeli strike hit a fruit and vegetable marketplace near Gaza City. According to Gaza's Health Ministry, that attack killed 17 and wounded about 200. Over the 23-day conflict, more than 1,300 Palestinians, mostly civilians, have been killed. Israel has lost 56 soldiers and three civilians.

Guests:

George Bisharat, professor of law, UC Hastings College of Law and former legal consultant to the Palestinian Legislative Council

Michael B. Oren, fellow at the Interdisciplinary Center Herzliya and the Atlantic Council and former Israeli ambassador to the U.S. (2009-2013)

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