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Arab Terrorism / Israel #31877

ABC Evening News for Thursday, Jun 13, 1974
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(Studio) Report on History of Arab terrorism.
REPORTER: Harry Reasoner

(Israel) Terrorism began in Jerusalem November 22, 1968, when 12 killed, 55 wounded, when carload explosives blew up. On May 22, 1970, at Lebanon border, 15 dead and 19 wounded from attack on school business In Tel Aviv, November 6, 1970, 2 bombs kill 2, wound 59. There in May 30, 1972, 24 killed and 78 wounded from gunfire by Japanese terrorists. At Kiryat Shmona on Apr. 11, 1974, 18 killed. At Maalot on May 15, 1974, guerrillas held school children hostage for release of jailed terrorists. 21 children dead and 70 wounded. Security up on Lebanese border. No amount security can step terror by guerrillas
REPORTER: Bill Seamans

Reporter(s):
Reasoner, Harry;
Seamans, Bill
Duration:
00:02:50

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