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Israel / West Bank Settlements / Nablus Mayor #511910

NBC Evening News for Wednesday, Jul 09, 1980
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(Studio) No. of Israeli settlements in west bank and Prime Min. Menahem Begin's promise of only 10 more noted in light of World Zionist Org.'s proposal for considerably larger number of future Jewish settlements there; details given according to Reuters news agency report Return to Nablus today of Mayor Bassam Shaka, injured in terrorist bombing recently, noted.
REPORTER: John Chancellor

(Nablus, West Bank) Shaka's return from Jordanian hospital examined; films shown. Sacrificial slaughter of lamb on site where Shaka was wounded noted; Shaka quoted with regard to his belief that bombs that injured him and Ramallah mayor were planted by Israelis.
REPORTER: Arthur Kent

Chancellor, John;
Kent, Arthur

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