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Israel / Violence / Reagan-Mubarak Meeting #558950

NBC Evening News for Thursday, Jan 28, 1988
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(Studio: Tom Brokaw) President Reagan's quandary regarding Israel's policy toward revolting Palestinians discussed. Report introduced.

(DC: Andrea Mitchell) Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak's visit to DC featured. Mubarak quoted regarding Israel's handling of Palestinian question. [MUBARAK - comments on damage if situation conts.] President Reagan noted being reluctant to criticize Israel. [REAGAN - comments on situation.] White House officials quoted regarding Mubarak's plea for Reagan to take active role in peace process. Mubarak's plan illustration United States noted refusing to accept Mubarak's plan. Admin. mentioned receiving secret reports from dipls. Report featured. United States officials quoted regarding lack of action due to election year

(Studio: Tom Brokaw) Israeli authorities reported attempting to quell renewed protests due to Israeli beatings policy. Report introduced.

(Tel Aviv, Israel: Martin Fletcher) Palestinian youths reported being more daring in occupied Israel; details given, scenes shown. [Israeli army spokesperson Major General Amram MITZNA - comments on sensitive consciences.] Palestinian youths shown attacking Coca-Cola plant outside of Jerusalem; details given. Guards quoted.

(Studio: Tom Brokaw) Israeli army's arrest numbers given.

Brokaw, Tom;
Fletcher, Martin;
Mitchell, Andrea

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