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Middle East / Jordan Peace Meeting / The Reaction #730038

CNN Evening News for Wednesday, Jun 04, 2003
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(Studio: Aaron Brown) Report introduced.

(Aqaba, Jordan: John King) Dramatic steps towards peace in the Middle East featured; scenes shown from the summit in Aqaba, Jordan, including the four leaders shaking hands; details given of the promises from Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon & Palestinian Prime Minister Mahmoud Abbas. [President BUSH - says the Holy Land must be shared between the state of Palestine & the state of Israel.] [SHARON - states there can be no peace without the abandonment of terrorism.] [ABBAS - {thru translator} says we will use our resources to end the militarization of the intifada.] The challenges ahead in the peace process outlined on screen. [BUSH - says both parties should keep their promises.]

(Studio: Aaron Brown) Report introduced.

(Jordan: Christiane Amanpour) The tricky position for Jordan's King Abdullah in the Middle East peace process & the role of the Palestinians in handling any future violence outlined. [King ABDULLAH - talks about the issue of security & the need to support Abu Mazen.]

(Studio: Aaron Brown) The facts of the ground in the region introduced.

(Jerusalem: Kelly Wallace) The angry protests by Israeli settlers against the road map to peace featured; scenes shown of crowds in Jerusalem opposed to Sharon's support of a Palestinian state & his call for the dismantling of settlements. [Two PROTESTORS, settlers leader Eliakim HAETZNI†- complain.] [Hamas leader Abdel Aziz RANTISI†- {thru translator} says this is a way to stop the resistance.]

Brown, Aaron;
King, John;
Amanpour, Christiane;
Wallace, Kelly

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