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Is this the third Intifada in the making?

Hundreds are dead in Gaza and thousands are marching in the West Bank. How far will the latest turmoil in Palestine go?

Last updated: 25 Jul 2014 20:50
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Tens of thousands of Palestinians in the occupied West Bank have marched against Israeli aggression in Gaza, and the loss of hundreds of lives over more than two weeks of violence. 

The Israeli cabinet has refused an international push for a ceasefire, saying the agreement must not contain any concessions against Israeli control over the Gaza Strip.

With international pressure mounting, Inside Story asks how will Israel deal with growing anger in the occupied Palestinian territories? And is this the third Intifada in the making?

Presenter: Mike Hanna
 
Guests:
 
Alon Liel - Former Director General of the Israeli Foreign Ministry.
 
Mustafa Barghouti - The secretary general for the Palestinian National initiative.

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Al Jazeera
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