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Israel / Terrorism #297555

CBS Evening News for Sunday, Jun 17, 1984
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(Studio) Report introduced
REPORTER: Morton Dean

(Jerusalem, Israel) Atmosphere at trial of alleged Jewish terrorists accused of various acts of terrorism, include 1980 car bombings of 2 West West Bank mayors, examined; films shown. [Palestinian attorney Darwish NASSER - feels prisoners' atmosphere of freedom indicates feelings of forgiveness by others for their acts.] Underground Jewish terrorist actions against West Bank mayors said discussed and sanctioned by top government officials prior to bombings. [Gush Emunim leader Meir INDOR - recalls government encouragement of organization's terrorism.] [Gush Emunim settler Miriam LEVINGER - warns Arabs about crackdown.] Probable role of affair in upcoming national elecs. considered.

Dean, Morton;
McNeill, Don

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