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Syria, Israel / Golan Heights #481755

NBC Evening News for Sunday, Mar 16, 1975
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(Studio) Israel not willing to give up much land captured from Syria either.
REPORTER: Tom Snyder

(Golan Heights) For decades, Syrians controlled Golan Heights, making life miserable for villages below. In 1967, Syrians pushed halfway back to Damascus by Israelis. Israelis agree Syrians should be kept back as far as possible. 18 border settlements established by Israelis following 6-day war. Mt. Hermon dominates Golan Heights; part of it given back to Syria during last peace settlement, and they're reluctant to give back any more. Most border settlements in period of building and settling in more permanently. Israeli army constantly practices how to repel Syrian attack.
REPORTER: Steve Delaney

Delaney, Steve;
Snyder, Tom

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