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Israel Update

Israel Update

Israel Update

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After years of violence, some Israelis are beginning to explore alternatives to government strategies to bring peace to the region. Retired military officers are criticizing the government, and some reservists are refusing to take part in assassinations. Now Israeli leftists have negotiated a virtual "peace agreement" with Palestinians. We'll discuss the changing climate in Israel.

Guests:

Linda Gradstein
*NPR Middle East reporter

Moshe Arens
*Former Israeli Defense minister and foreign minister
*Former Israeli ambassador to the United States

Amram Mitzna
* Knesset member for the Labor Party
*Former general in the Israeli Defense Force
*Former chairman of the Labor Party

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