A heckler interrupted President Barack Obama's speech in Jerusalem Thursday, calling for the release of Jonathan Pollard, a former U.S. intelligence analyst convicted of spying for Israel. Pollard has served nearly 3 decades in a U.S. prison. CNN's Wolf Blitzer reports on the Jonathan Pollard case and the shadow it casts on US-Israeli ties.
In an interview with Wolf Blitzer, Israeli government spokesperson Mark Regev discusses the status of the cease-fire.
Brian Todd reports on the resignation of Israeli Def. Min. Ehud Barak. Is it more likely Israel will attack Iran?
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An Israeli family rushed to their "safe room" after sirens alerted them of incoming rockets. CNN's Wolf Blitzer reports from Israel.
CNN's Brian Todd reports on Israel coming under fire for civilian deaths in Gaza.
Reporters flinch as explosions occur nearby. CNN's Jeanne Moos reports on dodging rockets and missiles in the Mideast.
Roth spoke to a family whose home was demolished by rocket fire in Beer Sheva, Israel. The family of two parents and five children, including a 9 year-old, told CNN they had a 30-second warning before fleeing to their concrete safe room on the bottom floor. The family was unharmed and the 9 year-old said she "isn't scared at all."
See more of Linda Roth's reporting here and tune in to CNN’s Situation Room today at 4pm ET to watch Blitzer's full report.
Situation Room supervising producer Linda Roth, who is in the field with Wolf Blitzer in Israel, shot this iReport video today at a high school in Ashlekon as she and the crew ran for shelter while sirens blared. The school had been hit by a rocket earlier in the morning. 'The sirens went off minutes after we arrived. The camera was hanging around my neck,' she said.
Middle East Envoy and Former British Prime Minister Tony Blair talks to Wolf Blitzer about the urgent effort to broker cease-fire.