CBS Evening News for Sunday, Oct 07, 1984
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(Studio) British foreign office reported tightening security at its Beirut, Lebanon, ofcs.; details given.
REPORTER: Morton Dean
(Beirut, Lebanon) Impact of religious and social disunity here on otherwise routine activities, such as scouting, examined; films shown. [Druse scout leader Ghraizi SAAB - notes many are both Boy Scouts and militia fighter.] [SCOUT - explains his duel role.] Druse scouts noted not associated with Geneva-based international organization [Amal scout leader Kamal SARD - prefers scouts to fight for Amal.] [Liban-scout leader Joseph ATTIYIEH - resents using scouting to camouflage other activities.] Racist policy of Catholic Boy Scouts here described.
REPORTER: Larry Pintak
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