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Israel / Elections / Palestinian Reaction #612815

NBC Evening News for Saturday, Jun 01, 1996
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(Studio: Jack Ford) Reports introduced.

(Tel Aviv: Martin Fletcher) The aftermath of the election victory in Israel for new prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu featured; scenes shown from the streets of Jerusalem. [Secular ISRAELI, political scientist Dr. Bernhard SUSSER - talk about the future under Netanyahu.] Netanyahu's campaign promises on east Jerusalem, the Golan Heights and the West Bank outlined on screen. [President CLINTON - says the new prime minister should be given a chance.]

(In Hebron, on the West Bank: Ron Allen) The Palestinian view of the Israeli elections presented; scenes shown from the West Bank town of Hebron, where the soldiers have remained. [Resident Yasmin TURK - expects no change.] [Hebron Mayor Mustafa NATSCHE - says Israeli Prime Minister Shimon Peres should pull out the troops before he leaves office.] [Palestinian spokesman Marwan KANAFANI - talks about the peace agreement.] The rumors of another Palestinian uprising if the peace process stops noted.

Allen, Ron;
Fletcher, Martin;
Ford, Jack

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