CNN Evening News for Monday, Apr 22, 1996
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(Studio: Judy Woodruff) Interview held with British writer Patrick Seale and Israel Policy Forum president Robert Lifton about the role of Syria in the dispute in Lebanon. [Middle East scholar SEALE - says Secretary of State Warren Christopher is trying to get Syrian President Hafez al-Assad to help save Israeli Prime Minister Shimon Peres; describes Hizballah as a resistance movement trying to get Israel out of Lebanon.] [LIFTON - says Assad has the power to stop the fighting; defends the Israeli security zone in Lebanon.] [SEALE, LIFTON - offer different views on the United States peace proposal, what Syria wants in the region and whether there will be a halt to the fighting in south Lebanon.]
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