Mouin Rabbani

Institute for Palestine Studies

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Senior Fellow at the Institute for Palestine Studies and Co-Editor of Jadaliyya.com; former senior Middle East analyst for the International Crisis Group

Mouin Rabbani on KCRW

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The death toll from Israeli attacks in Gaza is now close to 100, many children included, with almost 800 wounded.

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The nightmare scenario that Israel has feared since its establishment came true."

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The nightmare scenario that Israel has feared since its establishment came true."

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