About This Episode
Since Hamas attacked Israel on Saturday, killing at least 1,200 people and kidnapping about 150, including Americans, the atrocities continue to grow. At least 1,400 Palestinians have been killed in the violence, and Israel has massed troops on the border with Gaza, placing the territory under siege. This week — James Harding, Prashant Rao and Nahal Toosi join World Review with Ivo Daalder to examine the latest on the Israel-Hamas War, its global implications, and what it means for the future of the Middle East.
Cécile Shea unpacks the militant group's background following its recent attacks on Israel.
Explore the complex history of the Gaza Strip, the rise of Hamas, and the implications for the current conflict.
Poll finds a majority of Americans value the US security partnership with Israel but say the status quo between Israel and Palestinians is unacceptable.
Former US Special Envoy for Israeli Palestinian Negotiations Martin Indyk joined us after the 2021 cease-fire between Israel and Hamas to explore the pattern driving the violence.