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Topic - Robert Satloff
The Israeli decision to call up a large number of reservists is "more threat than reality," said Mr. Satloff, who noted that the Israeli offensive now is restricted to airstrikes.
"The idea is to try to convince Hamas that they will suffer far more than any possible gain that they can register from this conflict," said Robert Satloff, executive director of the Washington Institute for Near East Policy. "Hamas cannot know for sure if they pursue more rocket attacks deep in the heart of Israeli population centers that Israel may use ground forces to end once and for all Hamas control of Gaza."