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Benjamin Netanyahu on the Future of Gaza
Benjamin Netanyahu on the Future of Gaza

Benjamin Netanyahu on the Future of Gaza

In an interview with NPR's Steve Inskeep, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu often referred to post-WW II Germany as a possible road map for what he called the "de-militarizing" and "de-radicalizing" of Gaza. Netanyahu said Gaza needs a new 'civilian government,' but won't say who. NPR National Security Correspondent Greg Myre parses what Netanyahu said in a conversation with co-host Ari Shapiro. Email us at considerthis@npr.org

 

In an interview with NPR's Steve Inskeep, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu often referred to post-WW II Germany as a possible road map for what he called the "de-militarizing" and "de-radicalizing" of Gaza.

Netanyahu said Gaza needs a new 'civilian government,' but won't say who.

NPR National Security Correspondent Greg Myre parses what Netanyahu said in a conversation with co-host Ari Shapiro.

Email us at considerthis@npr.org

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