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Egypt / Mubarak and Abdel Rahman / The Society #593083

NBC Evening News for Friday, May 28, 1993
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(Studio: Stone Phillips) Denial by the CIA and State Department of the claim by Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak that Islamic cleric Sheik Omar Abdel Rahman was a CIA agent reported; his followers noted charged in the World Trade Center bombing.

(State Department: John Dancy) Crackdown in Egypt by Mubarak's government against Islamic fundamentalists featured; scenes shown from Egypt. [Middle East analyst Robert SATLOFF - says Egypt is the key to the Middle East.] [Foreign policy analyst Richard HAASS - talks about Mubarak and economic reforms.]

Dancy, John;
Phillips, Stone

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