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Israel / Six Day War Anniversary #316389

CBS Evening News for Wednesday, Jun 03, 1987
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(Studio: Charles Kuralt) Report introduced.

(W. Bank: Bob Simon) Israel's defeat of Egypt, Jordan and Syria 20 years ago in Six Day War reviewed; war footage shown. [Defense minister Yitzhak RABIN - recalls recapturing Jerusalem.] War's legacy of continued Palestinian terrorism in bid to regain West Bank noted. [Palestinian journalist Ziad abu ZAYYAD - comments.] West Bank Jewish settlements described, shown. [W. Bank data project spokesperson Meron BENVENISTI - notes motivation for Israelis to move to West Bank.] [Settler Nilly PRIELLE - explains relocating.] Settler's incr. fear due to terrorist attacks noted. [Settler Michal ELAD - describes strain of West Bank life.] [Palestinian professor Sari NUSSEIBA - thinks Israel is losing.]

Kuralt, Charles;
Simon, Bob

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