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Gaza Strip Faces New Challenges

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Gaza Strip Faces New Challenges

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Gaza Strip Faces New Challenges

Gaza Strip Faces New Challenges

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After a 38-year occupation, Israel's presence in the Gaza Strip has ended. What's left behind is a new set of challenges for both Israelis and Palestinians.

Guests:

Carol Hezi, Israeli settler who lived in Gadid; joins us from her hotel near Jerusalem; going through process of getting temporary housing from the government

Scott Wilson, Jerusalem bureau chief for The Washington Post

Shibley Telhami, Anwar Sadat Professor for Peace and Development at the University of Maryland, College Park; member of the American delegation of the Trilateral American/Israeli/Palestinian Anti-Incitement Committee (mandated by the Wye River Agreement between Israel and the Palestinians)

Uri Dromi, director in international outreach for the Israel Democracy Institute; former colonel in the Israeli air force