ABC Evening News for Friday, Mar 23, 1979
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(Studio) Israel Prime Min. Menahem Begin's New York City arrival, en route to Washington, DC for Monday's treaty signing with Egypt, reported Begin's comments with regard to Yasir Arafat and PLO (Palestine Liberation Organization) noted. [BEGIN - compares Arafat and PLO (Palestine Liberation Organization) with Nazis.]
REPORTER: Max Robinson
(Tel Aviv, Israel) Details given about terrorist bomb explosion in Jerusalem; responsibility said claimed by PLO. Israeli television coverage cited as secondary to interview with President Carter. [CARTER - talks about PLO and United Nations resolution 242.] Israeli fear of treaty leading to PLO-run Palestinian state noted.
REPORTER: Jack Smith
(Cairo, Egypt) Egyptian television interview with Carter and his remarks with regard to PLO reported [CARTER - comments with regard to PLO, Camp David accords, United Nations resolution 242.] President Anwar Sadat's cancellation of Madrid stopover en route to DC said due to reports of PLO (Palestine Liberation Organization) assassination squad heading for Madrid also.
REPORTER: Doreen Kays
(DC) President Carter's interviews with regard to PLO (Palestine Liberation Organization) and peace process discussed; 1975 agreement with Israel by Henry Kissinger with regard to PLO (Palestine Liberation Organization) mentioned. New United States-Israel agreement outlined; foreign minister Moshe Dayan's mtgs. at State Department noted, film shown. Israeli Sinai withdrawal examined.
REPORTER: Barrie Dunsmore
(Studio) Barbara Walters' interview with Dayan on "Issues and Answers" this Sunday announced.
REPORTER: Frank Reynolds
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