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Mideast Peace Developments / Israel #503394

NBC Evening News for Wednesday, Mar 21, 1979
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(Studio) Egyptian and Israeli parliamentary debates with regard to peace treaty cited.
REPORTER: John Chancellor

(Jerusalem, Israel) Background on Mayor of Nazareth, Toufik Ziad, Knesset member and USSR -educ. Comnst. given; film shown. Ziad's praise of Egyptians in Yom Kippur war recalled; his representative of those seeking Palestinian state noted. Menahem Begin's Knesset remarks with regard to treaty and such autonomy mentioned. Ziad's position with regard to Anwar Sadat and treaty outlined. Chaim Druckman noted to be Ziad's political and philosophical enemy; Druckman's background given, include stance with regard to Israeli settlements. Film shown. Druckman's position against treaty quoted.

Chancellor, John;
Hart, John

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