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Focus on Gaza
Policing Gaza
We ask why the Gazan police were Israel's primary target and how they are coping today.
Last Modified: 22 Apr 2009 14:25 GMT

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Two months to the day since police stations across Gaza were hit in Israeli air strikes, killing dozens and marking the first day of the war, we ask why the Gazan police were Israel's number one target and how a now ruined Gaza can be policed at all.

We also revisit the Samouni's - the family Al Jazeera English followed throughout the war - to find out how the children are attempting to go on with their lives after losing their loved ones.

Usama Hamdan, a senior Hamas official, joins the show to discuss Palestinian reconciliation.

This episode of Focus on Gaza aired from Feburary 27,2009. 

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Al Jazeera
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