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Morocco / Summit #551160

NBC Evening News for Tuesday, Jul 22, 1986
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(Studio: Tom Brokaw) Syria's reference to assassination of Anwar Sadat in its reaction to Morocco summit of King Hassan and Israeli Prime Min. Shimon Peres noted; details given.

(Tel Aviv, Israel: Martin Fletcher) Importance of summit for Mideast peace process discussed; details given, scenes shown. Reactions of Jordan's King Hussein and of aide to PLO (Palestine Liberation Organization) chairperson Yasir Arafat noted. Hassan's role in Sadat-Menahem Begin meeting recalled. [Defense minister Yitzhak RABIN, former Israeli amb. Simcha DINITZ, Palestinian editor Hanna SENIORA - praise summit's potential.] [President Hosni MUBARAK - agrees.] Reactions of Syria and Libya's Colonel Muammar el-Kadhafi quoted on screen.

(Studio: Tom Brokaw) Reagan administration's praise of Hassan-Peres meeting described.

(DC: Marvin Kalb) Summit's possible effect on Mideast peace process considered.

(Studio: Tom Brokaw, Marvin Kalb) Possible role of Moroccan Jews in Hassan's motive for summit discussed.

Brokaw, Tom;
Fletcher, Martin;
Kalb, Marvin

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