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Israel / Violence / Palestinians #319351

CBS Evening News for Friday, Dec 16, 1988
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(Studio: Dan Rather) Report introduced.

(Tel Aviv, Israel: Bob Simon) Israeli soldiers reported killing more Palestinians in Nablus, Israel; details given. Jewish settler, Yaakov Farag, recalled slain this week when Arab shepherd crushed his head with rock. Arab and Israeli death tolls given since beginning of uprising; PLO leader Yasir Arafat mentioned. [Israeli Shimon NEVON - (thru translator) describes being hit by bomb.] [Soldier's mother Rivka GOLAN - says service in army will scar her son for rest of his life.] [Singer/soldier Abi AVITAL - comments on horrors of violence.] [Wife Yael AVITAL - doesn't want her husband to serve in army.] Palestinians noted difficult to control. [MAN - comments on vigilantism.] Settlers noted putting up barricades. [W. Bank settler Simi KURZON - fears for her safety.] [Rabbi David HARTMAN - explains Jewish viewpoint.]

Rather, Dan;
Simon, Bob

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