The day after

A strong Israeli performance in the Gaza operation is imperative for its overall national security and could lead to major regional change.

By LESLIE SUSSER
July 22, 2014 14:46
Gaza

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, unable to achieve a satisfactory ceasefire agreement without having to commit ground forces, was forced to send in the troops; here IDF APCs maneuver outside the northern Gaza Strip, July 18. (photo credit: RONEN ZVULUN / REUTERS)

 
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