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Melissa Block talks to Michael Oren, Israel's Ambassador to the U.S., about the Israeli military's operation in the Gaza Strip. They discuss the possibility of a new ground conflict in Gaza, civilian casualties and Egypt's support for the Palestinians. Oren defends the operation, saying Israel has a right to defend itself against rocket fire. And he suggests Egypt can play a "constructive role" in the conflict.
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