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Israel / Violence / Palestinians #112125

ABC Evening News for Friday, Jan 29, 1988
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(Studio: Peter Jennings) Demonstrations by and beatings of Palestinians in refugee camps north of Jerusalem reported Report introduced.

(W. Bank: Dean Reynolds) Confrontational strategies of Palestinians against Israeli forces reported; scenes shown of unrest in Nablus and Ramallah. Position of Israeli defense minister Yitzhak Rabin on policy and results of beatings detailed. [PALESTINIAN - (thru translator) hopes unrest will lead to independent state.]

(Studio: Peter Jennings) Results of Israeli poll on issue detailed. Report introduced.

(Israel: Bill Blakemore) Israelis' viewpoints on Palestinians featured. [Holocaust survivor Bronia KLIBANSKY - says Palestinians should not be under occupation.] Wall of Jerusalem temple shown. [Orthodox Jew Sabul SHIMEON - (thru translator) says this country given to us by God.] Israeli peace march shown. [Israeli law student Michael BAILEY - says both sides to blame.] [In Israeli settlement on West Bank, Michael CAHANA - says land belongs to Jews.] Commuting of Israeli settlers to Jerusalem noted; position of commuter (named) detailed. Viewpoints of various Jews at street market outlined. [Israeli secretary\housewife Liora MOUSSERI - says Israel has a choice and can negotiate for settlement now.] Problems of Israel being both Jewish and democrat state reiterated.

Reporter(s):
Blakemore, Bill;
Jennings, Peter;
Reynolds, Dean
Duration:
00:06:10

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