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NBC Evening News for Saturday, Oct 13, 1990
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(Studio: Garrick Utley) Vote in United Nations condemning Israel for this week's shooting of Palestinians in Jerusalem reported; scenes shown from UN.

(Tel Aviv: Martin Fletcher) Reaction of Israel to United Nations resolution and US support for it featured; scenes shown from Jerusalem, where there is an uneasy peace now. [Prime minister's spokesman Avi PAZNER - expresses government's disappointment with its ally, US.] Scenes shown of Israelis versus Palestinians. [Hebrew University professor Yaron EZRAHI - says United States is exerting pressure on Israel to join peace forces.] Arab pressure on United States to force Israel to compromise with the Palestinians noted. Future of US-Israeli relations mentioned.

(Studio: Garrick Utley) Report introduced.

(State Department: John Dancy) Israel's history of feeling compelled to take actions that shock United States reviewed; historical and recent scenes shown. Gallup poll results on Americans' opinion of Israel outlined on screen. [Representative Stephen SOLARZ, Jewish Community Relations of New York Kenneth BIALKIN - say the United Nations vote will not hurt US-Israel relations.]

(Studio: Garrick Utley; Tel Aviv: Martin Fletcher; State Department: John Dancy) United States relations with Israel and the Arab world in light of this crisis discussed.

Reporter(s):
Dancy, John;
Fletcher, Martin;
Utley, Garrick
Duration:
00:05:30

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