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Israel / Lebanon Raids #278367

CBS Evening News for Sunday, Jul 19, 1981
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(Studio) United States envoy Philip Habib reported meeting with Prime Min. Menahem Begin in continued cease-fire effort; latest Israeli raids into south Lebanon and Palestinian rocket attacks on Israel noted.
REPORTER: Morton Dean

(Tel Aviv, Israel) Rocket attack on Kiryat Shemona reported; victim named. Films shown. Reaction to tour of area by former prime minister Yitzhak Rabin mentioned. [RABIN - claims air force alone won't be sufficient to counter attacks.] Possibility of ground assault into Lebanon considered due to today's aerial assault on Nahariya; details given. [Chief of military intelligence, General Yehoshua SAGUY - thinks Yasir Arafat was in Damascus during Israeli raid.] Habib's mtgs. with Begin discussed.

(S. Lebanon) Impact of war on Lebanese, especially those from Tyre, examined; films shown. Situation in Beirut following Friday's raid by Israel described; incring. anti-United States sentiment discussed.
REPORTER: Larry Pintak

Dean, Morton;
Pintak, Larry;
Simon, Bob

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