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Middle East / Jerusalem #353883

CBS Evening News for Monday, Oct 24, 1994
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(Jerusalem: Connie Chung) The struggle through the ages for control of the golden city of Jerusalem featured; scenes shown of the holy city, claimed by Israelis and Palestinians. [Israeli Mayor Ehud OLMERT, Palestinian lawyer Jonathan KUTTAB - talk about Jerusalem.] Jordan's King Hussein said to be given control of the Moslem holy sites in Jerusalem in the soon-to-be signed Israeli-Jordan peace treaty. [KUTTAB - explains how Israelis want to make it a Jewish city; says the Arabs will not give up East Jerusalem.] [OLMERT - says the Palestinians have no historical precedent for any political status in Jerusalem.]

Reporter(s):
Chung, Connie
Duration:
00:04:10

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