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Israel / Settlements #286391

CBS Evening News for Thursday, Jan 13, 1983
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(Studio) Jordan's King Hussein noted insisting on solution to issue of Israeli settlements in occupied territories before he will participate in peace negotiations.
REPORTER: Dan Rather

(W. Bank) Controversial issue of West Bank settlements examined. [World Zionist Org. spokesperson Ze'ev Ben-YOSEF - believes Jews have right to settle land.] [Arab Mayor Hilmi HANOUN - disagrees.] Current rate of settlement outlined. [Moshe LEVY - calls for incrd. Jewish settlements.] [Miry LEVY - doesn't believe Arabs are a problem.] [Bethlehem Mayor Elias FREIJ - notes implications of Jewish West Bank for Arab residents.] Sec. issue for Israel considered. [FREIJ - doesn't believe peace is possible with such settlements.] [Ben-YOSEF - responds.]

Faw, Bob;
Rather, Dan

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