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CBS Evening News for Monday, Dec 21, 1981
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(Studio) Israeli parliament reported dissatisfied with Prime Min. Menahem Begin's handling of Golan Heights controversy. Israeli sympathizers in US reported disturbed by Begin's attack on US. [B'nai Brith spokesperson Warren EISENBERG - reacts.] [Senator Charles MATHIAS - states Begin left President Reagan no choice.] [Conf. of Major Jewish Orgs. spokesperson Howard SQUADRON - says Begin's response necessary; fears reawakening of anti-Semitism here.] [Senator Alan CRANSTON - feels both sides need to calm down.] Secretary State Alexander Haig reported trying to defuse situation. [HAIG - says happy Hanukkah.]
REPORTER: Dan Rather, Bob Schieffer

Schieffer, Bob;
Rather, Dan

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