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Lebanon / Wounded Children #293530

CBS Evening News for Saturday, Jan 28, 1984
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(Studio) Report introduced
REPORTER: Bob Schieffer

(Beirut, Lebanon) Efforts of Arab American organization, Save Lebanon, to bring Lebanese children wounded in war to United States for medical treatment examined; Harzan Trabulsi's wounds cited as example [Save Lebanon spokesperson James ZOGBY - wants to help some children.] Save Lebanon said branch of Arab American Anti-Discrimination Committee, a Pro-Palestinian group. Bureau of Humanitarian Affairs of State Department said easing visa problems for children involved in program; medical treatment for Miriam Watfa noted. [Odette Shaheen O'MALLEY - discusses sponsoring Miriam, a Lebanese of different faith; notes lack of prejudice here.] [ZOGBY - describes Fayzeh Amin's psychological recovery while in US.] [AMIN - isn't sure if she wants to return to Lebanon.]
REPORTER: Marlene Sanders

Sanders, Marlene;
Schieffer, Bob

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