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Mideast Developments / Palestinians #503427

NBC Evening News for Friday, Mar 23, 1979
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(Studio) Report introduced
REPORTER: John Chancellor

(Jerusalem, Israel) Brothers Haj Ali Dijahni and Dr. Machmud Dijahni featured as example of problems faced by Palestinians since Six Day war; bros noted separated by Jordan River Background on Dijahni family history in Jerusalem given; photos shown. Haj Ali Dijahni's move to Amman, Jordan, to avoid life in occupied territory after war noted. Machmud Dijahni's medical practice cited as keeping him in Jerusalem. [Machmud DIJAHNI - comments with regard to missing brother] Difficulties in communicating between brothers cited. [Haj Ali DIJAHNI - comments.] Life in Jerusalem for Machmud outlined [Haj Ali DIJAHNI - comments.] [Machmud DIJAHNI - comments.]
REPORTER: Jim Bittermann

Bittermann, Jim;
Chancellor, John

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