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Mideast / Lebanon Invasion Anniversary / Anti-War Movement In Israel #291325

CBS Evening News for Saturday, Jun 04, 1983
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(Studio) Anniversary of Lebanon invasion said greeted with mixed feelings in Jerusalem.
REPORTER: Bob Schieffer

(Tel Aviv, Israel) Scenes of protest in form of tribute to Israelis killed in Lebanon shown. Begin government quoted saying heavy sacrifice justified. [For. Ministry David KIMCHE - says such sacrifice demanded if nation is to be secure.] Growing anti-war movement noted. [Tel Aviv Univ. Assa KASHER - says there is no national sensitivity to suffering.] Israel said torn apart. Scenes of Lebanon invasion shown. Israel's image as endangered underdog said destroyed by invasion. Accomplishments of invasion noted include stronger tie with US. [KIMCHE - says hope has replaced despair in Lebanon.] Faction in Israel disagreeing with Begin stance noted. [KASHER - notes absence of morality.] Much of Israel said marking anniversary in disgust.

Faw, Bob;
Schieffer, Bob

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