Kevin Peraino

Jerusalem Bureau Chief, Newsweek

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Jerusalem Bureau Chief for Newsweek magazine

Kevin Peraino on KCRW

The invasion of Gaza is ten days old and there's no sign of a slowdown as Hamas vows to continue firing rockets across the border and Israel vows to continue until they stop.  More…

After 10 Days, No Let-up in Gaza

The invasion of Gaza is ten days old and there's no sign of a slowdown as Hamas vows to continue firing rockets across the border and Israel vows to continue until they stop.  More…

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The invasion of Gaza is 10 days old, and there's no sign of a slowdown.  Israel says the  invasion will go  on until Hamas can no longer fire rockets over the border.  Hamas says the…

There Is No Let-up in the Fighting in Gaza

The invasion of Gaza is 10 days old, and there's no sign of a slowdown.  Israel says the invasion will go on until Hamas can no longer fire rockets over the border.  Hamas says the…

from To the Point

Barack Obama  threaded his way through a minefield today, from Jerusalem's  Holocaust memorial  and Sderot, an Israeli town near the border with Gaza and a frequent target of…

Obama in Israel and the West Bank

Barack Obama threaded his way through a minefield today, from Jerusalem's Holocaust memorial and Sderot, an Israeli town near the border with Gaza and a frequent target of…

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