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Mideast / Conflict #491271

NBC Evening News for Friday, Nov 11, 1977
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(Studio) Israeli bombings of Lebanon, killing 12, reported Menahem Begin's radio appeal to people of Egypt, coincident with bombing, noted.
REPORTER: John Chancellor

(Jerusalem) Lebanese-Israel border fighting filmed. Israel claim that targets purely military reported Palestinians objects of bombings; Israelis said uninformed of civilian casualties. Palestinian rocket barrage against border kibbutz said to have prompted Israeli attack. Large Israeli army on north frontier noted; to stop attacks on border settlements. Begin's broadcast message filmed. [BEGIN - speaks of efforts for reconciliation; but assures Israel's response to attacks.] Begins statement of welcome to Anwar Sadat reported Significance of Begin's statements considered.

Chancellor, John;
Lord, Bill

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