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Israel / Guerrilla Attack #553871

NBC Evening News for Thursday, Nov 26, 1987
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(Studio: Connie Chung) Damascus-based Palestinian group reported claiming responsibility for terror attack in Israel. One of attackers noted claiming to be Syrian. Report introduced.

(Tel Aviv, North Israel: Jim Maceda) Israeli funeral shown for those killed in guerrilla attack; details given, scenes shown. Israel's army noted not understanding how attack could have happened. [Dep. chief of staff Major General Ehud BARAK - says terrorists are usually killed shortly after attack.] Barak quoted regarding suicide mission of terrorists. Israeli Prime Min. Yitzhak Shamir shown inspecting attack site. [SHAMIR - says of all the attempts terrorists make to kill someone, sometimes they succeed.] [WOMAN - fears the Lebanon war will happen again.] Scenes shown of victims funeral.

Chung, Connie;
Maceda, Jim

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