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Israel / Violence / West Bank #319956

CBS Evening News for Wednesday, Feb 24, 1988
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(Studio: Dan Rather) West Bank, Israel, Palestinians reported killing other Palestinian accused of collaborating with Israelis; details given. Israelis reported blaming PLO (Palestine Liberation Organization) for violence. Secretary of State George Shultz reported arriving in Israel tonight to present United States peace plan for Mideast. Report introduced.

(Ramallah, Israel: Bob Simon) Israeli boys shown being registered for mil. service in Tel Aviv, Israel. Palestinian and Israeli teenagers shown fighting; teenagers quoted with regard to parents' failure to rectify problems. Palestinian father shown beating son for throwing rocks at Israeli troops. Israeli father Ram Levi reported trying to persuade daughter not to refuse to serve in military [DAUGHTER - says doesn't want to be exposed to violence.] [LEVI - says its time for children to teach parents.] [Palestinian attorney Raja SHEHADEH - says fathers have little to teach sons.] Schools noted closed in Ramallah; scenes shown. [STUDENT - says learning history now.] History noted favoring youth.

Rather, Dan;
Simon, Bob

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