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Israel / Violence / West Bank / United States Protests / Shultz Peace Plan #320199

CBS Evening News for Sunday, Mar 13, 1988
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(Studio: Susan Spencer) Protests in Beverly Hills, California, and Washington, DC about Israeli government policy in the occupied territories reported; scenes shown of pro- Palestinian protesters near White House Report introduced.

(W. Bank: Anthony Mason) Israeli Prime Min. Yitzhak Shamir's position on Secretary of State George Shultz peace plan reported; scenes shown of pro-government demonstration in Israel. [SHAMIR - says there is need for concessions if you want to live in peace with neighbors.] Position of Abba Eban, former ambassador to United States, on issue noted. Support of Shultz plan by Israeli foreign minister Shimon Peres noted. [Lawyer Eliaqim HAEZNI - says Israel's government is split.] [Pol. analyst Hirsh GOODMAN - discusses the political battle.] Resignation of hundreds of Palestinian policemen noted; scenes shown of fire-bombed Israeli bus in Ramallah and other unrest.

Mason, Anthony;
Spencer, Susan

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