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Israel / Violence / West Bank #560744

NBC Evening News for Wednesday, Feb 17, 1988
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(Studio: Tom Brokaw) Israeli soldiers quoted regarding death of Palestinian villager. Report introduced.

(Tel Aviv, Israel: Martin Fletcher) Israeli soldiers quoted regarding W. Bank patrol; scenes shown. [Soldier Joseph LANIADA - says no one likes West Bank patrol.] Laniada's orders described. [LANIADA - comments on orders.] Last week's bulldozer incident recalled; scenes shown. Soldier shown attacking NBC News' camera crew. Soldier quoted. Army reported consulting psychologists regarding soldiers' tensions. [Israeli Defense Force General ZE'EV - comments on dangers of soldiers using so much force.] General Ze'ev quoted regarding soldiers suffering from stress. [ZE'EV - demonstrates use of homemade pistol.] Laniada shown at home in Tel Aviv. Psychologists noted fearing soldiers bringing aggressive behavior home.

Brokaw, Tom;
Fletcher, Martin

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