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Israel-Palestine conflict also playing out via social media

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An Israeli soldier talks on his mobile phone as he sits on top of an armoured personnel carrier (APC) stationed on Israel's border with the Gaza Strip on November 16, 2012. Israeli officials said the Jewish state was preparing to launch its first ground offensive in four years into the Gaza Strip and the army started calling up reservists.
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An Israeli soldier talks on his mobile phone as he sits on top of an armoured personnel carrier (APC) stationed on Israel's border with the Gaza Strip on November 16, 2012. Israeli officials said the Jewish state was preparing to launch its first ground offensive in four years into the Gaza Strip and the army started calling up reservists.

Israel and Hamas haven't only been fighting on the ground, they've been fighting online as well. The two sides have been tweeting nasty messages at one another, posting assassination videos and images of their military might.

Israel and Hamas haven't only been fighting on the ground, they've been fighting online as well. The two sides have been tweeting nasty messages at one another, posting assassination videos and images of their military might.

Here to talk about the roll that social media has played in the Gaza conflict is Andy Carvin, senior strategist at NPR.

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