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Israel-PLO Relations / West Bank / Palestinians #325511

CBS Evening News for Sunday, Feb 12, 1989
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(Studio: Steve Kroft) Denial by Israeli cabinet minister of claims by PLO (Palestine Liberation Organization) leader Yasir Arafat that Israel is secretly meeting with PLO (Palestine Liberation Organization) reported Report introduced.

(Jenin, West Bank: Allen Pizzey) Trend toward economy warfare by Israel against Palestinians in Israeli-occupied territories featured; case of Palestinian Ahmun Derbey, whose house will be demolished by Israelis due to his son's activities in intifada, detailed; scenes shown from Jenin, West Bank. [DERBEY - (thru translator) comments.] Econ. situation in West Bank described; scenes shown from Hebron, West Bank. [PALESTINIAN - comments on situation.] [Pol. scientist professor Yaron EZRACHI - discusses political aspirations of Palestinians.] Emergence of Palestinian Communist party noted. [DERBEY - (thru translator) says it will take him 15 years to rebuild, but "I will live."]

Pizzey, Allen;
Kroft, Steve

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