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Israeli-Occupied Territories / Jerusalem / West Bank Olive Tree Cycle #336598

CBS Evening News for Wednesday, Dec 25, 1991
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(Studio: Harry Smith) Protest in Jerusalem, led by Mayor Teddy Kollek, against Jews settling in the Arab part of the city reported.

(On the West Bank: Bob Simon) Latest chapter in the never-ending story of violence in the Israeli-occupied territories featured; scenes shown of Israeli peace activists planting olive trees in a Palestinian grove, as a gesture of peace, that were later bulldozed by Israeli soldiers and uprooted by settlers. [Knesset members Yossi SARID, Dedi ZUCKER - comment.] Ending of curfew in Ramallah, West Bank, noted. Regional peace talks mentioned.

Simon, Bob;
Smith, Harry

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