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Middle East / Israel-Jordan Peace / The Palestinians #151027

ABC Evening News for Tuesday, Oct 25, 1994
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(Jerusalem: Peter Jennings) Demonstration in Amman, Jordan, condemning the Israel-Jordan peace treaty shown.

(No location given: Dean Reynolds) Preparations in Israel featured; scenes shown of the site for tomorrow's treaty ceremony; statement from Israeli Prime Minister Yitzhak Rabin about the peace accord quoted. [Israeli Knesset members Avigdor KAHALANI, Avraham BURG - talk about the treaty.] The moves towards friendlier Israeli- Arab relations under Rabin reviewed.

(Jerusalem: Peter Jennings) Report introduced.

(Amman: Richard Gizbert) The divided loyalties of Palestinians living in Jordan, many of whom dream of returning to Palestine, examined; scenes shown from the Bakaa Refugee Camp, Jordan. [Palestinian DOCTOR - explains why he will stay in Jordan.] [PALESTINIAN - (thru translator) says we are in a religious war with Israel.]

Gizbert, Richard;
Jennings, Peter;
Reynolds, Dean

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