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Persian Gulf War / The American Image / Jordan #133369

ABC Evening News for Monday, Feb 04, 1991
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(Studio: Peter Jennings) Scenes shown from anti-American protest in Rabat, Morocco. Report introduced.

(Amman: Bill Blakemore) View of America in the Arab nations examined; scenes shown from Jordan, where long-term feelings about US are undergoing change. [Senator and former cabinet minister Leila SHARAF - says this war is regional subjugation.] [Amman barber, George SALAAM - (thru translator) says United States is only concerned with its economic interest.] [Jordanian anchorwoman Cathy KAKEESH - criticizes President Bush's "new order."] [Jordanian exporters leader Samir DARWAZEY - says US is backing the rich Arabs.] [Young JORDANIAN, history professor Adnan BKHAYET - criticize US.] Arab view that Americans are promoting "might makes right," not democracy, explained.

Reporter(s):
Blakemore, Bill;
Jennings, Peter
Duration:
00:03:20

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