This Reporter Entered Gaza After the War – and Saw the Full Might and Force of Israel’s Military. Listen

Israel's 11-day campaign against Hamas has left the Gaza Strip in ruins - but, as Hamas claims victory, Palestinians are encouraged by global solidarity protests.

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Host Simon Spungin is joined by Haaretz’s Amir Tibon and, from the Financial Times, Mehul Srivastava, who has just returned from a post-war visit to the Gaza Strip.

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We ask Mehul what 11 days of Israeli bombardments look like on the ground? Do the people of Gaza believe that Hamas won? Is there a growing generation gap between Gazans - and what about the mass exodus of young Gazans, fleeing the Israeli blockade?

Amir, who lives on Kibbutz Nahal Oz, tells us what it’s like living less than a mile from the Gaza border and how residents of southern Israel have coped with two decades of rocket fire.

PLUS: Starting June 11 – Haaretz Weekend an audio supplement to the Weekly edition, in which we’ll be talking about the many fascinating issues that we’re forced to sideline because of the frenetic pace of the news.

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