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Middle East / Peace / Israel and Palestinians #339470

CBS Evening News for Sunday, Jul 28, 1991
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(Studio: Harry Smith) Report introduced.

(London: Barry Petersen) Israel's answer to America's Middle East peace effort featured; the issue of East Jerusalem detailed. [Religious affairs minister Avner SHAKI - says the "yes," is conditioned by the Palestinians not being from East Jerusalem or PLO.] [Shamir aide Yossi Ben AHARON - says the process will blow up if PLO is included.] [PLO leader Yasir ARAFAT - responds.] [Palestinian leader Hanan ASHRAWI - gives the Palestinian viewpoint.] Syrian President Hafez al-Assad said telling "Newsweek" magazine that peace is contingent on return of occupied territory while Israel announced that more houses will be built on the Golan Heights.

Petersen, Barry;
Smith, Harry

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