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Jerusalem and Gaza, Bush and Keller

Mark Sandell Mark Sandell | 13:33 UK time, Tuesday, 27 June 2006

Will be linked on today's programme. Thankfully, we've (well Puja from the team has anyway) managed to get some WHYS listeners in Gaza and Jerusalem to go into studios there to talk to you- and each other- about the growing crisis caused by the abduction of Corporal Gilad Shalit . Yesterday, we heard differing opinions from within Israel about what people felt the government should do... today we're going to hear from both sides.

Rozita is working with Ros on the story about President Bush saying it was ''disgraceful'' that the news media had disclosed a secret programme to track millions of bank records in search of terrorist suspects. The New York Times has defended itself in a letter from Executive Editor Bill Keller claiming what they did was in the public interest.
We'll be hearing from people who think they were wrong to publish, and those who champion press freedom . We'll also be finding out - as ever- what you think.


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