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CBS Evening News for Wednesday, Feb 08, 1989
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(Studio: Dan Rather) Violence reported continuing between Israelis and Palestinians in occupied territories; details given, scenes shown. Report introduced.

(Tel Aviv, Israel: Tom Fenton) Town meeting in Ramallah, West Bank, featured. [Jewish SETTLER, PALESTINIAN, general Amram MITZNA - discuss Jewish-Arab problems.] Changing attitudes in Israel with regard to Palestinian question noted. [Hartman Institution spokesperson Rabbi David HARTMAN - comments on situation.] Israelis reported meeting with PLO (Palestine Liberation Organization) activist Faisal Husseini this week [Cabinet member Ezer WEIZMAN - urges direct talks with PLO (Palestine Liberation Organization) leader Yasir Arafat.]

Rather, Dan;
Fenton, Tom

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