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Lebanon / Israel Poll #286067

CBS Evening News for Sunday, Sep 26, 1982
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(Studio) Continue Israeli pullout from west Beirut as Italian troops reported joining French forces already there; United States Marines said not landing before Tues or Wednesday
REPORTER: Morton Dean

(Beirut, Lebanon) Italians' arrival examined; films shown. [Italian ambassador Franco LUCIOLI-OTTIERI - reacts to delayed arrival of Marines.] United States envoy Philip Habib noted demanding completion of Israeli withdrawal before Marines disembark; French forces noted aiding Lebanese in continue search for victims of recent mass murder here.
REPORTER: Allen Pizzey

(Studio) Israeli poll noted indicating public support for full state investigation into Beirut massacre; Prime Min. Menahem Begin recalled proposing less than full inquiry. Implications of Marines' refusal to enter Beirut until Israel withdraws for United States-Israel relations considered.
REPORTER: Morton Dean

(Jerusalem, Israel) Strain in United States-Israel relations examined. [Israeli minister Yitzhak MODA'I - notes Biblical description of Israelis.] [American Jewish leader Albert CHERNIN, Anti-Defamation League spokesperson Nathan PERLMUTTER - comment on Israeli character.] Concern that United States pressure is strengthening Begin's hand considered. [Abba EBAN - thinks intervention will be counterproductive; would like to remove Begin government]
REPORTER: Tom Fenton

(Studio) Death of American military officers by Beirut mine yesterday recalled; victims said identification as Major Randall Carlson and Major Harley Warren. Details given.
REPORTER: Morton Dean

Reporter(s):
Dean, Morton;
Fenton, Tom;
Pizzey, Allen
Duration:
00:04:50

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