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ABC Evening News for Sunday, Jan 03, 1988
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(Studio: Tom Jarriel) Report introduced.

(Tel Aviv, Israel) Plans for Israel to deport Palestinian detainees despite United States opposition reported; case of Palestinian Khalil el-Kuka detailed. [On "This Wk"., Israeli foreign minister Shimon PERES - says these Palestinians have incited unrest, that soldiers will carry live ammunition] Eruption of protest on West Bank into violence reported; details given, scenes shown. [WITNESS - says slain Palestinian woman was bystander.] Freeing of some Palestinian prisoners shown.

(DC: Jeanne Meserve) Admin. position on deportation of Palestinians reported [On December 29, State Department spokesperson Phyllis OAKLEY - hopes Israelis will not use deportation policy; says lethal force should not be used.] Call for reactivation of Middle East peace process reported [On "This Wk"., Palestine National Council professor Edward SAID, American Hebrew Congregations president Rabbi Alexander SCHINDLER - call for United States role in peace process.] Bombing of United States Marine base in Lebanon and President Reagan's 1982 peace initiative recalled; scenes shown. [Middle East expert Michael HUDSON - says United States must take initiatives.] Reasons for lack of action by administration detailed.

Jarriel, Tom;
Meserve, Jeanne

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