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November 20th, 2012
04:41 PM ET

Tonight on AC360: Live from Gaza and Israel

Tune in tonight at 8 and 10 p.m. ET for a special edition of AC360°.
Anderson Cooper hosts live from Gaza. Wolf Blitzer is live in Jerusalem, Arwa Damon and Ben Wedeman report live in Gaza City.


Over the past three days in Gaza, Anderson has seen rockets fired from launch sites close to the press offices. He has also witnessed blasts from Israeli strikes after they landed at nearby targets.

Read below for 'Behind the Scenes' moments from today:

Tuesday, November 20, 2012

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Watch Anderson's report from CNN's Newsroom

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  1. lenny

    Lenny Klinger

    Question #1 Looking to get answers

    WAR in Syria, people run into Turkey into Jordan into Lebanon.

    They are put into international UN tented refuge camps for the peoples safety. Now these people are safe until the killing stops.

    War in Gaza is another story. They can't cross into Israel because of the situation. But some do get in, but then Hamas calls them traitors. The get shot or hung and then tied to a car or motorbike by rope and pulled around Gaza to show the people what would happen to them if they cross into Israel.

    They can't swim away or take boats to other countries.

    They could cross into Egypt! No they can't!!!

    Do you have any idea why not?

    November 21, 2012 at 12:57 pm |
  2. Bob

    Earlier you said there is no military solution to the Hamas/Israel situation. I do no concur. Israel can end this in 2 weeks with an all out ground/air attack to take Gaza to the desert it once was. Afterwards, Israel re-claims their rightful territory. No more Gaza. Israel wins.

    November 20, 2012 at 10:20 pm |
  3. ghadeer

    Thank you Mr. Cooper for even handed coverage in Gaza. I am not a fan of Hamas. However; we forget they where democratically elected by the people of Gaza. When only the United States decided the outcome was not to their favor "Israel" they decided to make Hamas a terrorist organization.Th Palestinians became the true victims..
    Please consider a Palestinian speaker instead of Fouad Ajami . He is totally biased in his analysis . Mr. Ajami recently has declared that all of the people of Palestine are his "enemies.

    November 20, 2012 at 9:49 pm |
  4. Lauren

    Can we please see the projected Israelis deaths if they did not have an effective missle intercept system? Number of deaths/missle x total number of missles.

    November 20, 2012 at 8:57 pm |