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NBC Evening News for Friday, Oct 28, 1977
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(Studio) Report with regard to United Nations vote to censure Israel for settlements in occupied territories; votes by United States and Israel noted.
REPORTER: John Chancellor

(NYC) Delay in American delegation decision with regard to vote and previously proclaimed intentions of Britain, France and other west Europeans cited. [PLO spokesperson Zehdi Labib TERZI - speaks in support of censure.] [Israeli ambassador Chaim HERZOG - speaks against resolution.] [MAN - calls out ntns. for vote.] [Ambassador Andrew YOUNG - notes United States abstains. Explains abstention.]
REPORTER: Robert Hager

(Studio) Remarks on abstention and President Carter's position on settlements, made by president of American Jewish Committee, cited. Carter's position and that of Israelis on settlements noted.
REPORTER: John Chancellor

(W. Bank, Israeli occupied territory) [Prime Min. BEGIN - says Israel's position on settlements remains same.] Details with regard to settlements and biblically based beliefs of Jews with regard to occupied lands stated. [Shimon GOLAN - cites belief they are right, though rest of world disagrees.] Israeli plans for future settlements in occupied areas noted.
REPORTER: Bill Lord

(Studio) Report on changes initiated today by Begin government for Israeli economy
REPORTER: John Chancellor

Reporter(s):
Chancellor, John;
Hager, Robert;
Lord, Bill
Duration:
00:05:20

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