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

The death toll from six days of Israeli strikes in Gaza is approaching 100 with 700 wounded.

New Rules for Violence in a Changing Middle East

The death toll from six days of Israeli strikes in Gaza is approaching 100 with 700 wounded.

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

New Rules for Violence in a Changing Middle East

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."

Has the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict Entered a New Phase?

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

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