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FROST OVER THE WORLD
Israel's war on Gaza
Sir David and his guests discuss the political and humanitarian crisis facing Gaza.
Last Modified: 12 Jan 2009 08:20 GMT

Israel Gaza conflict continues as UN urges ceasefire [GALLO/GETTY]
 

On this week's Frost Over The World, former Israeli ambassador to the US, Danny Ayalon and Mousa Abu Marzook, the deputy chief of Hamas political bureau talk to Sir David about the war on Gaza, which is now in its third week.

Sir David also talks to Chris Gunness of the United Nations Works and Relief Agency about the humanitarian situation within Gaza, to Azzam Tamimi, the author of Hamas: Unwritten Chapters and to Daniel Finkelstein, the associate editor of The Times newspaper.

This episode of Frost over the World aired from Friday, January 9, 2009.

Danny Ayalon and Mousa Abu Marzook

 

Danny Ayalon, former Israeli ambassador to the US joins Sir David to discuss the political issues behind the Gaza conflict.

Mousa Abu Marzook, the deputy chair of Hamas political bureau, talks about his point of view on the ongoing attacks, victory and the situation in Gaza.

Azzam Tamimi, Daniel Finkelstein and Chris Gunnes

   

As the Israeli offensive on Gaza continues, Sir David talks to Azzam Tamimi, an expert on Hamas and author of Hamas: Unwritten Chapters. Daniel Finkelstein, associate editor of The Times knows the minds of the Israeli leadership. And Chris Gunnes from UNRAW talks about the real victims of the war on Gaza - the civilians. 

 
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