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Arab Leaders / Summit Meeting #23871

ABC Evening News for Wednesday, Nov 28, 1973
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(Studio) Arab leaders end summit meeting in Algiers. Threat of renewed fighting in Mid. E. ends talks. Arab leaders call for immediate withdrawal of Israelis from all occupied Arab lands especially Jerusalem. Israel must also restore rights of Palestinian people. Arabs decide to continue using oil as pol. weapon.
REPORTER: Harry Reasoner

(Algiers, Algeria) Yasir Arafat named sole representative of Palestinian people despite Jordan King Hussein's objections. [Al Fatah leader ARAFAT - says aim of Palestinians is to return to homelands.] Arab leaders to use oil as weapon but in moderate doses. [Audio difficulty -

Reasoner, Harry

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