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West Bank Violence #293543

CBS Evening News for Sunday, Jan 29, 1984
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(Studio) Nablus confrontation between Palestinian demonstrators and Israeli police following bombing attempt on Islamic shrine in Jerusalem reported.
REPORTER: Morton Dean

(Tel Aviv, Israel) Bombing attempt at Al-Aqsa mosque examined; films shown. [Mayor Teddy KOLLEK - considers attack on holy place a despicable crime.] Details of bombing attempt outlined; holiness of site to both Moslems and Jews noted. April 1982 shooting incident at shrine by Jewish immigrant from US recalled. [Jewish Defense League spokesperson Rabbi Meir KAHANE - notes his organization wasn't involved in bombing attempt because of its lack of success.] Terror Against Terror, extremist Jewish organization, recalled claiming responsibility for recent string of attacks on Moslem sites; organization's Hebrew initials noted "TNT."
REPORTER: Richard Roth

Dean, Morton;
Roth, Richard

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