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Middle East / Peace Process / Palestinian Militants #405206

CNN Evening News for Wednesday, Feb 28, 1996
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(Studio: Bernard Shaw) Report introduced.

(Gaza: Jerrold Kessel) An ultimatum from Israeli Prime Minister Shimon Peres that PLO (Palestine Liberation Organization) leader Yasir Arafat crack down on Muslim militants featured; scenes shown from the Gaza Strip and the West Bank. [Israeli foreign minister Ehud BARAK - says Arafat must step on the toes of Hamas and the Islamic Jihad to keep the peace process going.] [UN official Terje LARSEN - admits the peace process has been slowed down.] The economic pressures on Arafat noted. [Palestinian police commander Ghazi JABALI - defends the peace agreement.] [Hamas spokesman Razi HAMAD - comments.]

Kessel, Jerrold;
Shaw, Bernard

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