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Mideast #262472

CBS Evening News for Saturday, Mar 10, 1979
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(Studio) Israeli security for Carter visit described. Rptd. that 4 Arab guerrillas attempted to infiltrate west bank and take hostages. All 4 said killed.
REPORTER: Bob Schieffer

(Ramallah, West Bank) Israeli army objection to CBS film crew in west bank area reported A.M. demonstrations and protests mentioned. [American CITIZEN - explains why people are demonstrating.] Israeli soldiers shown preventing interview.

(Studio) Newspapers in Syria, Jordan and Saudi Arabia reported to have expressed doubts Carter seeking Mideast peace; rather Egyptian-Israeli peace treaty. President M.T. Mehdi of American-Arab Relations Committee said critical of Carter's address to Egyptian lawmakers. [MEHDI - says right of Palestinians to independence not mentioned.] Yasir Arafat named.
REPORTER: Bob Schieffer

(Studio) Problems of Israeli security and Palestinian question, and their effect on chances of an Egyptian-Israeli peace treaty discussed.
REPORTER: Rod MacLeish

MacLeish, Rod;
Schieffer, Bob;
Simon, Bob

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