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Persian Gulf Crisis / US-Israel Relations #125926

ABC Evening News for Friday, Nov 23, 1990
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(Studio: Peter Jennings) President Bush's meeting with Syrian President Hafez al-Assad said provoking dismay in Israel; statement from Israeli defense minister Moshe Arens comparing Assad with Iraqi President Saddam Hussein.

(Tel Aviv: Dean Reynolds) Strain on relations between long-term allies United States and Israel over United States handling of Persian Gulf crisis examined; scenes shown of Israeli military, which has been on alert throughout the gulf crisis. [Israeli journalist Ron BEN-ISHAI - comments on delay in information received from US.] Israeli concerns about joint coordination if there are attacks against Iraq and about United States refusal to share satellite intelligence information detailed; satellite photos shown. Differences in United States and Israeli views on what must be done to Hussein compared.

Jennings, Peter;
Reynolds, Dean

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