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Special Segment (Living With Terror) #550916

NBC Evening News for Thursday, Jul 10, 1986
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(Studio: Tom Brokaw) Report introduced.

(Jerusalem, Israel: Martin Fletcher) Impact of terrorism on Israeli lifestyle examined; scenes shown. [ISRAELI - explains participating in neighborhood patrol.] Jerusalem's public education campaign described, shown. No. bombs planted in Israel last year and outcome mentioned. [TEACHER - (thru translator) instructs children on caution.] 1974 incident in which Palestinian terrorists took school children hostage in Maalot reviewed; footage shown. Teacher's (name given) role in instructing teachers in firearms noted. [Principal Shmel GUR - defs. security precautions.] Pros and cons of Israel's attitude toward living with terrorism considered. [Teacher Janet GORAN - cites difficulty in overcoming prejudice against Arabs.] Kahava Pinchast's experience described.

Brokaw, Tom;
Fletcher, Martin

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