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Middle East / Israeli-Jordan Peace / Clinton Visit #151006

ABC Evening News for Monday, Oct 24, 1994
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(Amman: Peter Jennings) Tonight's broadcast from Jordan, where President Clinton will visit during the week of the signing of the peace treaty with Israel, introduced.

(Jerusalem: Dean Reynolds) Israel's concerns about more terrorism by the Islamic militant group Hamas featured; scenes shown from Hebron, West Bank, where Palestinians demonstrated against peace. [Knesset member Haim RAMON - calls Hamas murderers.] [Opposition Knesset member Eliahu BEN-ELISSAR - criticizes Prime Minister Yitzhak Rabin's government.]

(Amman: Peter Jennings) The prospects in Jordan for partnership with their Israeli neighbors examined; scenes shown from Jordan University of a demonstration against the peace agreement; old film shown from Jordan's wars with Israel; scenes shown from Jordan to illustrate its water shortage, economic problems and dependence on tourism. Jordan's King Hussein shown reviewing his troops.

Jennings, Peter;
Reynolds, Dean

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