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Israel / West Bank Terrorism #510455

NBC Evening News for Friday, May 02, 1980
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(Studio) Palestinian terrorists reported attacking Jews in west bank town of Hebron; details given. Incident noted coming on day after Israeli troops had killed Palestinian.
REPORTER: John Chancellor

(Tel Aviv, Israel) Hebron attack examined; films shown. Victims said all from Kiryat Arba and members of Gush Emunim; occupation more than year ago of Hadassah Hospital in Hebron by Gush Emunim and 1929 Arab riots in Hebron, in which Jews were driven out, recalled. Tonight's incident noted coming as Palestinian autonomy talks are beginning.
REPORTER: Arthur Kent

Chancellor, John;
Kent, Arthur

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