After Gaza, an Israeli-Palestinian Struggle for Identity: LISTEN to Aluf Benn, Noa Landau and Anshel Pfeffer

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People in Khan Yunis, in the southern Gaza Strip, celebrate in the streets following a ceasefire brokered by Egypt between Israel and the ruling Islamist movement Hamas on May 21, 2021.
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People in Khan Yunis, in the southern Gaza Strip, celebrate in the streets following a ceasefire brokered by Egypt between Israel and the ruling Islamist movement Hamas on May 21, 2021.Credit: SAID KHATIB / AFP
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Host Simon Spungin is joined by Aluf Benn, Noa Landau and Anshel Pfeffer to discuss the 15-day war between Israel and Gaza, the cease fire that ended it and the immediate implications for Israel, the region and the world.

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We ask: Is there any chance of meaningful change? What is the significance of the internecine violence between Jews and Palestinians inside Israel? And, exactly two months after the last general election, will ‘Bibi fatigue’ end the electoral impasse that has paralyzed the Israeli government for so long?

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