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Israel-US Relations / Shamir Visit / Intifada #331119

CBS Evening News for Friday, Dec 07, 1990
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(Studio: Dan Rather) Israeli Prime Minister Yitzhak Shamir reported arriving in United States for talks with Jewish organizations and President Bush. Report introduced.

(Jerusalem: Martha Teichner) Israeli Army reported enforcing curfew in Israeli-occupied territories on third anniversary of the Palestinian uprising; recent radicalization of intifada outlined; influence of Temple Mount killings and Iraqi President Saddam Hussein noted; both sides said wanting to achieve separation; scenes shown. [Palestinian professor Saeb ERAKAT, political scientist Eli REKHESS, journalist Zeev CHAFETS, Israeli defense minister Moshe ARENS - comment.] Israeli opposition to Middle East peace conference mentioned.

Rather, Dan;
Teichner, Martha

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