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Israel / Palestinian Unrest #325797

CBS Evening News for Friday, Feb 03, 1989
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(Studio: Dan Rather) Report introduced.

(Gaza, Israel: Tom Fenton) Violence reported continuing in Israel's occupied territories; details given, scenes shown. Palestinian teen Haddam Kumah shown after receiving sentence of year in prison for stone throwing. Jewish settler Moshe Levinger shown giving Israeli official tour of Hebron, Israel. Levinger recalled opening fire with submachine gun on crowd when his car was attacked. No charges noted filed against Levinger. Dual justice system noted operating in Israel. Settler Israel Zaev noted receiving light sentence for fatally shooting a Palestinian. [Israeli general Amnon STRASHNOV - comments on situation.] [Palestinian attorney Jonathan KUTTAB - says this is another way that Israelis can punish Palestinians.] [Mother of Palestinian teen Alajah RAMI - (thru translator) says she'll throw stones now that her son is in jail.]

Rather, Dan;
Fenton, Tom

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