Would any other country have gotten away with it? It might be best called Israeli Exceptionalism. After a 51 day war on the Gaza Strip, more than 2,200 Palestinians died and the infrastructure was devastated. Seventy seven Israelis died, all but one a soldier inside Gaza. Today there is virtually no rebuilding, and after its own investigation the government of Israel has seen fit to press no charges against itself. Is Israel more secure one year later? How is the United States affected? On this show, Josh Ruebner of the US Campaign to End the Israeli Occupation examines realities on the ground after all that dust has settled.

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