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Mideast / 4-Power Settlement / Attitudes #445381

NBC Evening News for Wednesday, Apr 30, 1969
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(Studio) Reporters tell of Mideast attitudes to 4-power settlement.
REPORTER: Chet Huntley

(DC) Jordan's King Hussein thinks Big-4 can pressure Israel into pulling out of occupied territory. Egypt's President Nasser hopes same. Few Arabs expect much from Big-4 persuasion. [1st ARAB - says have to look for own solution.] [2nd ARAB - says no hope in Vietnam.] [3rd ARAB - says won't wait.]
REPORTER: Wilson Hall; Alvin Rosenfeld

(No Location Given) Guerrilla organization spokesperson says commandos shouldn't be interfered with, even if talks continue. [Yasir ARAFAT - says kicked out of our homes by force.] Palestinians will fight for own nation within Israel.
REPORTER: Wilson Hall; Alvin Rosenfeld

(Israel) Israelis self-reliant. Fear Big-4 may impose unacceptable peace. Will rely on army until Arab leaders can be brought to conf. Several Israelis talk of solving own problems and fighting for liberty. Ldrs., with support, won't back down.
REPORTER: Wilson Hall; Alvin Rosenfeld

(UN Refugee Camp) 4-power solution not imminent. Children have been born and raised in refugee camps through 3 wars.
REPORTER: Wilson Hall Alvin Rosenfeld

Reporter(s):
Rosenfeld, Alvin;
Hall, Wilson;
Huntley, Chet;
Rosenfeld, Alvin
Duration:
00:05:40

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