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Sabena Hijacking #463985

NBC Evening News for Wednesday, May 10, 1972
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(Studio) 1 of 4 hijackers involved in Tel Aviv incident, had hijacked a plane in 1968. Israeli paratroopers disguised as airline mechanics stormed Sabena Belgian plane, killing 2 male hijackers, injuring 1 female, and capturing other.
REPORTER: Garrick Utley

(Tel Aviv, Israel) Hijackers wanted to exchange passengers for Arab guerrillas held by Israel. 3 passengers, 2 paratroopers wounded. Israeli Defense Min. Moshe Dayan supervised operation. Israel says all countries should refuse to submit to demands of hijackers to discourage it.
REPORTER: Garrick Utley (narrates)

Utley, Garrick

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