Shows featuring Laila El Haddad

  • As Gaza Death Toll Tops 1,800, Dr. Mona El-Farra Mourns Loss of 9 Relatives in Israeli Strike El-farrafamily
    Early Friday morning, an Israeli airstrike on Khan Younis in southern Gaza killed nine members of the El-Farra family, including five children. The house was apparently hit by a rocket, causing the family and their neighbors to run onto the streets. Another rocket or missile reportedly struck the household’s members as...
    August 04, 2014 | Story
  • As Hamas Seizes Full Control of Gaza and US Prepares Further Isolation, What Next for Palestinians? Gaza20070615
    With Hamas now in full control of the Gaza Strip following a week of deadly violence, Palestinians are bracing for further uncertainty as the Occupied Territories is divided with the other main Palestinian faction Fatah. We go to Gaza for a report from independent journalist Fares Akram, and get analysis from Palestinian filmmaker and journalist Laila el-Haddad and author and Electronic...
    June 15, 2007 | Story
  • Gaza Is Burning: Laila El-Haddad Reports on How Recent Fighting in Gaza has Paralyzed Civilian Life Gaza20070517
    We turn now to Gaza where at least 20 Palestinians were killed Wednesday in fierce internal fighting between the two main factions Hamas and Fatah. As many as 45 people have died with more than 100 wounded in four days of violence. [includes rush transcript]
    May 17, 2007 | Story
  • Palestinian PM Haniyeh Comes Under Attack; Clashes Break Out Between Hamas and Fatah in Gaza, West Bank Gaza12-15-06
    Gunfights broke out today between Hamas and Fatah in Gaza City and Ramallah. The clashes come one day after Hamas accused Fatah gunmen of attempting to assassinate Palestinian Prime Minister Ismail Haniyeh. We go to Gaza to speak with journalist Laila El Haddad and to Jerusalem to speak with Mouin Rabbani of the International Crisis Group. [includes rush transcript]
    December 15, 2006 | Story
  • CIA Hearings on Anthony Lake
    Today, we’re broadcasting from the Hart Senate Office building —-
    Hearing Room 216 to be precise -— where nominee Anthony Lake is
    expected to face more sharp questioning from some Republican
    opponents on the committee, notably Chairman Richard Shelby, a
    Republican from Alabama.

    These hearings come at a crucial time for the country’s
    intelligence agencies and for the Clinton...

    March 12, 1997 | Story