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The Gaza Pullout through Palestinian Eyes

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The Gaza Pullout through Palestinian Eyes

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The Gaza Pullout through Palestinian Eyes

The Gaza Pullout through Palestinian Eyes

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The historic Israeli withdrawal from the Gaza Strip has ended, but new challenges have just begun for the Palestinians who will now settle the area. The Palestinian Authority must grapple with issues such as electricity, security, water rights and housing for Gaza's new residents. And how will the Islamic militant group Hamas influence the look of the new Gaza?

Guests:

Marie Colvin, foreign affairs editor for The Sunday Times of London; has covered the Middle East for The Sunday Times for 15 years, specializing in Iraq, Arab politics and the Israeli-Palestinian conflict

Mohammed Samhouri, Palestinian Authority general coordinator of the Technical Committee Following Disengagement

Saeb Erekat, chief Palestinian negotiator for the Palestinian Authority

Daoud Kuttab, columnist for the Jordan Times and the Jerusalem Post; director of the Institute of Modern Media at Al Quds University in Jerusalem