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Middle East / Israel-PLO Peace Agreement / Palestinian Prisoners #157224

ABC Evening News for Friday, Oct 06, 1995
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(Studio: Peter Jennings) The divisive political debate in Israel's parliament over the peace agreement granting Palestinians autonomy over the occupied territories reported.

(Tel Aviv: Ron Allen) The reaction of Israelis to the pact's promise to grant freedom to Palestinian prisoners examined; details given of the case of Abeer al-Wihaidi, an Intifada leader jailed for her role in the murder of an Israeli who would be freed under the conditions of the peace agreement. [Widow Ora KLEIN - (thru translator) says al-Wihaidi helped murder her husband.] [Prisoner's father Muhammed al-WIHAIDI - wants his daughter freed now that there is peace.]

(Studio: Peter Jennings) Correction given to an ABC report on lobbying in Washington by the Israeli opposition party in which the reporter quoted Israeli opposition leader Benjamin Netanyahu calling Israeli Prime Minister Yitzhak Rabin a "traitor."

Allen, Ron;
Jennings, Peter

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