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Israel / Persian Gulf Crisis / Palestinian Conflict #330534

CBS Evening News for Friday, Nov 23, 1990
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(Jerusalem: Dan Rather) Israel's concern over relations between President Bush and its enemies examined. [Deputy foreign minister Benjamin NETANYAHU - comments.] Israeli Prime Minister Yitzhak Shamir's private visit to United States next month noted. [Parliament member Dedi ZUCKER, government minister Ehud OLMERT, parliament member Elyakim HA'ETZNI - comment on Bush-Shamir relations.] Conflict over settlement of Soviet Jews in occupied lands noted; Shamir's remarks reiterating commitment to expansion mentioned; scenes shown of Israelis practicing chemical weapons decontamination. [Journalist Zeev SCHIFF - comments on linkage of Israeli-Palestinian issue with Iraqi-Kuwait occupation.] Report introduced.

(Jerusalem: Bob Simon) Conflict between Israelis and Palestinians in Jerusalem examined; scenes shown; Temple Mount killings and subsequent retaliations recalled. [Sociologist Meron BENVENISTI, Jerusalem mayor Teddy KOLLEK, RESIDENT - comment.]

Rather, Dan;
Simon, Bob

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