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Mideast Developments #258590

CBS Evening News for Sunday, Jun 04, 1978
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(Studio) United States position that next move in Mideast peace initiative must come from Israel and State Department view that this has been too slow in coming reported.
REPORTER: Morton Dean

(Jerusalem, Israel) Israeli cabinet debate on next Israeli move detailed. Israelis' celebration of 11th anniversary of annexation of eastern Jerusalem following 1967 war described. Amt. of security following Friday's terrorist bombing of bus noted. Impt. of day to Israelis and significance of it to Arab residents of eastern Jerusalem outlined. United States request to Israeli cabinet to consider questions concerning west bank's future and that of Palestinians there reported Positions of Prime Min. Menahem Begin and foreign minister Moshe Dayan given; Dayan's views about west bank ties with Jordan in order to keep PLO (Palestine Liberation Organization) out stated. United States views on future of Mideast peace and Sadat initiative noted.

Dean, Morton;
Simon, Bob

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