August 4th, 2014
11:06 PM ET

Will this ceasefire be different from the last?

Anderson Cooper spoke with Mark Regev, the chief spokesman for Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu. He says Israeli forces are not going to be relaxing, but instead watching to make sure Hamas honors the ceasefire.

Anderson also spoke with the PLO's Ambassador to the U.S., Maen Areikat. He addressed demands to demilitarize Hamas, saying Israel should end the blockade and occupation of Gaza first.

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  1. russell911

    everybody talks about Hamas' Charter but nobody ever commented on the charters of the Israel coalition gov't which has the same points. Refugee camps in Gaza that have been there for 50yrs, why? Because Israel refuses the right of return because that would offset the "Jewish Nature" of their democracy. Israel has ethnically cleansed the land, refuses to allow even those who can prove land ownership to return then has the audacity to claim themselves as the only democracy in the middle East.

    August 4, 2014 at 11:30 pm |

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