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Ariel Sharon's son in the Jerusalem Post calls for "flattening Gaza" and invokes Hiroshima, as Operation Pillar of Cloud continues. Over 100 Palestinians have been killed in the strikes.

As protests over the Gaza assault rocked the West Bank, Peter Beinart, author of The Crisis of Zionism, was barred from speaking at a Jewish book festival in Atlanta.

Israel's armed forces launched multiple air-strikes across the Gaza Strip, after killing Ahmad al-Jaabari, the head of Hamas' military wing the Qassam Brigades.

Following a legal battle by rights groups, Israel released the "Red Line" document, establishing minimum daily caloric intake necessary for the survival of Gaza's inhabitants.

Palestinian Prime Minister Salam Fayyad said he would resign if that was the will of the people, amid growing protests across the West Bank over the rising cost of living.

Israel's Supreme Court ordered the state to release the "red lines document" which purportedly established the minimum caloric intake required for the survival of Gaza residents.

Rachel Corrie's family called the Haifa District Court ruling rejecting their lawsuit a "black day for human rights"—while Israeli officials welcome it as a long-due exoneration.