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Israel / Violence / United Nations Vote #318029

CBS Evening News for Thursday, Jan 14, 1988
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(Studio: Dan Rather) PLO (Palestine Liberation Organization) leader Yasir Arafat quoted regarding Israeli government's legitimacy and proposed United Nations peace conf.; details given. United States and Israel reported responding cautiously. Israel's United Nations ambassador quoted. United Nations shown calling for Israel to return deported Palestinians. United States reported abstaining from vote. Israeli troops reported using harsher tactics to control Palestinian protests. Report introduced.

(Gaza, Israel: Bob Simon) Gaza, Israel, refugee camps shown under curfew. United Nations officials quoted regarding food supply. Women and children shown fighting with Israelis. Israeli government reported arresting Palestinian eds., lawyers and journalists in E. Jerusalem; details given. Newspaper editor Salah Zuhheyka's home shown ransacked before arrest. [Mrs. Salah ZUHHEYKA - tells how police treated family.] ["Al Fajr" editor Hanna SENIORA - tells of arrest and release.] ["Jerusalem Post" editor Erwin FRENKEL - comments on situation.] Palestinian deportees shown being decorated by Lebanon allies. [Deportee Jibril RAJUB - comments on revolution.] Mil. sources quoted regarding Palestinian unrest.

Rather, Dan;
Simon, Bob

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