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Israel / Palestine Terrorists #263328

CBS Evening News for Sunday, Apr 22, 1979
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(Nahariya, Israel) [MAN - Describes his actions in killing Palestinian terrorist.] Actions of terrorists against Dani Haran family described. [Mrs. Gail ELAD - describes her family's actions during incident.] Beach area where 2 more terrorists were shot and fourth captured shown and incident described. Defense Min. Ezer Weizman's visit to scene noted. [For. Min. Moshe DAYAN - speaks against PLO (Palestine Liberation Organization) and says actions will not destroy peace treaty.] Hdqtrs. of PLO (Palestine Liberation Organization) leader George Habash on Lebanese coast said shelled by Israeli gunboats.

(Studio) Casualty reports resulting from shelling by Israeli gunboats given. 2-yr. old Haran girl said to have accidentally suffocated during incident.
REPORTER: Morton Dean

Dean, Morton;
Simon, Bob

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