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Reflections of War
In this special programme, Sherine Tadros and Ayman Moyheldin relive their experiences of reporting the war on Gaza.
Last Modified: 27 Dec 2009 15:31 GMT



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On December 27, 2008, Israel's already crippling siege on the neighbouring Gaza Strip escalated into a brutal war.

Reflections of war

Ayman Mohyeldin
Sherine Tadros

In just three weeks more than a thousand Palestinians were killed and a further 100,000 civilians left homeless.

Al Jazeera was the only global news network reporting from both inside Gaza and Israel for the entirity of the conflict.

Throughout Ayman Mohyeldin and Sherine Tadros brought news of the human tragedy unfolding to living rooms throughout the English speaking world.

They found themselves as vulnerable as the civilians of Gaza and now they give their full accounts of what it was really like to report that war.

Reflections of War can be seen on Al Jazeera from Sunday, December 27, 2009 at the following times GMT: 1400; Monday: 0600, 1900; and Tuesday: 0300.

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