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Middle East / Peace Efforts / Jerusalem #325619

CBS Evening News for Sunday, Feb 19, 1989
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(Studio: Faith Daniels) Israeli foreign minister Moshe Arens reported flying to Cairo, Egypt, for peace talks meeting with USSR foreign minister Eduard Shevardnadze. Report introduced.

(Jerusalem, Israel: Terence Smith) Teddy Kollek, mayor of Jerusalem, who is up for reelec., featured; details given of likelihood that he will lose control of city cncl.; scenes shown from Jerusalem. [KOLLEK - explains why he is running again.] Violence between Palestinians and Israeli forces in Israeli-occupied territories noted having spread into city of Jerusalem; scenes shown. [Palestinian publisher Zayad Abu ZAYYAD - says it is an occupation.] Split between Jewish groups in Jerusalem described; scenes shown. [Orthodox political leader Rabbi Menachem PORUSH - says Jerusalem is a holy city.] [KOLLEK - says only tolerance can save this city.] Chasm created by intifada reiterated.

Reporter(s):
Daniels, Faith;
Smith, Terence
Duration:
00:02:30

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