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(Studio) President Sadat's stop in Morocco prior to coming to Washington, DC on Friday for wkend. meeting with President Carter noted. Unease in United States-Israeli relations at present with regard to issue of Israeli settlements in occupied lands outlined, incl. disagreement between Carter and foreign minister Dayan with regard to promise of Israel not to build more settlements.
REPORTER: Frank Reynolds
(DC) White House low-key affirmation of Carter's stand on Israeli promise with regard to settlements reported; Jody Powell's comments quoted. Carter's talk at ntl. prayer breakfast in Washington, DC mentioned. [CARTER - states feelings re: Begin and Sadat and that Sadat always points out to him that Jews and Egyptians both are descendants of Abraham and worship same God.] President Sadat's arrival on Friday for talks at Camp David with Carter noted; issues listed.
REPORTER: Sam Donaldson
- Donaldson, Sam;
- Reynolds, Frank
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