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Iraq Invasion of Kuwait / Arab Americans #334714

CBS Evening News for Sunday, Sep 02, 1990
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(Studio: Connie Chung) Repercussions of Iraq's invasion of Kuwait for Arab Americans featured; scenes shown. [In Detroit, Lebanese-born Robert HADDONI - shows his slashed tires.] [Arab-American Anti- Discrimination Committee Albert MOKHIBER - talks about the death threats.] Bombing death in 1985 of Arab American poet Alex Odeh following the Achille Lauro hijacking recalled. [In Dearborn, Michigan, store owner Jehad AWWAD - comment.] Arab Americans noted blaming media and President Bush for anti-Arab violence. [MOKHIBER - comments.] ["Sada al Watan" publisher Osama SABLANI - says we will not be intimidated.]

Chung, Connie

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