Nightline: Desperate Acts: Suicide Bombers #722060
ABC Special for Thursday, Nov 21, 2002
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Discussion with Ted Koppel (ABC) and John Yang (ABC). Taped segment with Mark Litke (ABC), retired United States Navy Rear Admiral Robert H. Spiro, Jr., Tama University President Gregory Clark, former kamikaze pilot Kenichiro Onuki, former kamikaze pilot Kensuke Kunuki, author Hideaki Kase, Akihisa Torihama, and others re: Japanese kamikaze pilots during World War II. Taped segment with Ron Claiborne (ABC), father of suicide bombing victim Arnold Roth, suicide bomber assistant Mohammad Daghlas, Palestinian psychiatrist Eyad R. El Serraj, Ahmed el Muzaini, Moment Café patrons Wendy Geller and Yaron Nazarian, Zeev Sternhell of Hebrew University, Hadassah Hospital Dr. Arieh Shalev, and unidentified others re: suicide bombers in Israel and Palestine. Taped segment with John Yang (ABC), Jerusalem Mayor Ehud Olmert, Palestinian Information Minister Yasser Abed Rabbo, and unidentified others re: today’s suicide bombing of a bus in Jerusalem.
- Litke, Mark;
- Claiborne, Ron;
- Yang, John
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