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Israel / Settlements / Dayan Resignation #501627

NBC Evening News for Monday, Oct 22, 1979
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(Studio) Israeli court decision with regard to Elon Moreh, west bank settlement, and resignation of foreign minister Moshe Dayan reported.
REPORTER: John Chancellor

(Tel Aviv, Israel) Impact of Dayan's resignation and supreme court's ruling against government of Menahem Begin on the prime minister noted; films shown. Court ruling outlined; background on Elon Moreh given [Settler Michal SHUVET - comments.] Position of ultra-ntlist group, Gush Emunim, cited; land for Elon Moreh said taken from nearby Arabs. Arabs' reactions quoted; individuals named, shown. Reasons for Dayan resigning said include Elon Moreh. Upcoming no-confidence motions in Knesset mentioned.
REPORTER: Keith Miller

Chancellor, John;
Miller, Keith

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