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Terrorism / Kenya / Attacks on Israelis / Missile Threat / Bush #715621

NBC Evening News for Friday, Nov 29, 2002
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(Studio: John Seigenthaler) The government’s warning that terrorists could use missiles against airliners in the US noted.

(Tel Aviv: Martin Fletcher) The impact of the bombing of the Paradise Hotel in Mombasa, Kenya, on one Israeli family featured; scenes shown of father Rahamim Anter†† visiting his wife & daughter in the hospital; family video shown. [Rahamim ANTER – mourns the death of his two sons.]

(Studio: John Seigenthaler) Report introduced.

(Washington: Rosiland Jordan) An assessment of the threat of shoulder-fired missiles prompted by the attempted missile attack on an Israeli passenger jet presented. [Terrorism expert Steve EMERSON†- comments on the near-miss of the Israeli plane.] [EXPERT – says it’s not likely that a pilot would know if a missile were approaching his aircraft.] [Airport OFFICIAL – says it’s important to have good intelligence.]

(Studio: John Seigenthaler) Report introduced.

(Crawford, Texas: Campbell Brown) President Bush’s dilemma over the possibility that Al Qaeda may be responsible for the Kenya attacks as he tries to build support for his case against Iraq featured; details given of Israel’s attempt to link Palestinians to Al Qaeda to win US support. [Israeli ambassador to the US Daniel AYALON††- says the terror has become global.] [Mideast expert Mary Jane DEEB†- says it will be more difficult for the US to be impartial.]

Seigenthaler, John;
Fletcher, Martin;
Jordan, Rosiland;
Brown, Campbell

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