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Middle East / Peace Talks / The Holy Place #396381

CBS Evening News for Sunday, Jan 21, 2001
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(Studio: John Roberts) The start of another round of Middle East peace talks in Egypt reported; details given of Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Barak's position on a holy site in Jerusalem.

(Jerusalem: Tom Fenton) The Moslem Dome of the Rock and Jewish Temple Mount in Jerusalem featured; scenes shown. [End of Days author Gershom GORENBERG - says both sides cannot give up this spot.] Concerns that this hot spite could lead to a bigger war outlined. [Jewish fundamentalist Yehuda ETZION - affirms his dream is still to blow up the Dome.] [PLO Jerusalem representative Faisal HUSSEINI - comments on the situation.]

Fenton, Tom;
Roberts, John

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