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Gaza Crisis Likely Punted To Obama White House

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Gaza Crisis Likely Punted To Obama White House

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Gaza Crisis Likely Punted To Obama White House

Gaza Crisis Likely Punted To Obama White House

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The Bush administration has blamed the renewed violence in the Gaza Strip on Hamas. The White House says Hama broke a cease-fire by firing rockets into Israeli territory. Shibley Telhami, a professor at the University of Maryland and a senior fellow at the Brookings Institution, tells Renee Montange the incoming Obama administration must work on an Israel-Palestinian peace plan as soon as it takes office.