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Occupied Israel / Protests / Shamir Visit #320310

CBS Evening News for Monday, Mar 21, 1988
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(Studio: Dan Rather) Israeli troops reported killing Palestinian teen in West Bank, Israel; Arab death toll given. First Israeli soldier to die in protests, Moshe Katz, shown being buried in Haifa, Israel. Israeli Prime Min. Yitzhak Shamir reported ending visit to US. Report introduced.

(NYC: Richard Roth) Debate over Israeli policy toward Palestinian unrest during Shamir's visit featured; details given, scenes shown. [Friends of Peace Now spokesperson Mark ROSENBLUM - comments on failure of Israeli policy.] [American Jewish549

Org. spokesperson Morris ABRAM - says Israeli leaders losing touch with peace-making realities.] [On 14 March, SHAMIR - says situation is war.] [Knesset cand. Yael DAYAN - comments on compromise.] [American Jewish Congress Henry SIEGMAN - calls for compromise.] United States leader quoted with regard to division among American Jews re: Palestinian unrest.

Rather, Dan;
Roth, Richard

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