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Israel / Arab Protests / Religion #487641

NBC Evening News for Thursday, Mar 25, 1976
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(Studio) Arab youths near Haifa, Israel, village stone police because Arab mayors voted to postpone gem. strike against Israeli occupiers. Israeli mil. command in West bank reports Palestinian death from beating during riot.
REPORTER: John Chancellor

(Jerusalem) Temple Mount complex dates back to days of Abraham and Isaac and Temple of Solomon. Place holy to both Jews and Moslems. Jews allowed to pray there in January by Jerusalem court Moslems angry at decision. Israeli mil. forces sent in.
REPORTER: Fred Briggs

(Hebron, Occupied Jordan) Shops forced to close here due to curfew. City cnclmen. and mayors of 7 West bank towns resigned. Premier Yitzhak Rabin calls for show of force on West bank; Defense Min. Shimon Peres wanted low profile.
REPORTER: Fred Briggs

(Jerusalem) Rptd. militant Arabs asked to remain quiet because of upcoming elections. Arab boy dies of wounds received last week by Israeli soldier. Protest with regard to death shown. Higher court reverses ruling that allowed Jews to pray at Temple Mount. Living in occupied land is basic problem.
REPORTER: Fred Briggs

Briggs, Fred;
Chancellor, John

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