Palestinian Affairs reporter Khaled Abu Toameh discusses IDF hits' effect on Hamas; Jewish World correspondent Sam Sokol discusses rising anti-Semitism.
(How big a blow has Israel dealt Hamas?)
This week, The Jerusalem Post's Palestinian affairs reporter Khaled Abu Toameh assesses the damage done to Hamas by the IDF's latest strikes on its leaders, and the significance of Israel's attempted assassination - successful or not - of the group's military leader Muhammad Deif.
Then, the Post
's Jewish World correspondent Sam Sokol talks about the rise in anti-Semitism around the world since the onset of Operation Protective Edge, which area has been most affected, and what can be done to tackle it.
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