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Special Segment (Iran's American Battleground) #508207

NBC Evening News for Friday, Nov 07, 1980
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(Studio) Report introduced
REPORTER: John Chancellor

(No location given) Pro- and anti-Ayatollah Khomeini supporter's use of US as field of battle examined; films shown. FBI's arrest of alleged mbr. of Iran Free Army, a west coast terrorist organization composed of former members of Iran's secret police and army reported [Ali ad-DAHI - comments on Iran Free Army.] ad-Dahi's former role in Free Army and current status with FBI outlined. [ad-DAHI - comments.] Pro-Khomeini terrorist organization in United States said allegedly include Black Muslims; details given. Muslim Daoud Salahuddin (David Belfield) noted wanted for murder of former Iranian diplomat in DC; alleged recruiting activity of Khomeini representative Bahram Nahidian's outlined. Salahuddin and Nahidian's alleged relationship discussed. [NAHIDIAN - comments.] Problems in investigating suspected Iranian terrorists such as Nahidian examined. [ad-DAHI - comments.]

Chancellor, John

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