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Israel / Violence / Awad #321598

CBS Evening News for Sunday, May 08, 1988
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(Studio: Susan Spencer) Sources reported stating that Secretary of State George Shultz has asked Israeli Prime Min. Yitzhak Shamir to allow controversial Palestinian to stay in Israel. Report introduced.

(Tel Aviv, Israel: Bob Simon) Palestinian-American Mubarak Awad, a disciple of nonviolence, featured; scenes shown of demonstration by his supporters opposing his scheduled deportation from Israel. [Israeli WOMAN - says people do want negotiations.] Awad's role in organizing Palestinians in Israeli-occupied territories reported; scenes shown. [AWAD - talks about olive branches and a Palestinian state.] [Shamir's spokesperson Avi PAZNER - says Awad was behind violent unrest.] [Wife Nancy Nye AWAD - discusses chgs.] Support of Awad's case by State Department noted.

Simon, Bob;
Spencer, Susan

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