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(Studio: Martin Savidge) Report introduced.
(Israel: Wolf Blitzer) Israeli President Moshe Katsav’s condolence calls to families of civilians & soldiers killed in Palestinian attacks featured; video shown of a victim’s sister’s angry exchange with the Israeli defense minister, whom she accused of not doing enough to stop terrorism; aerial scenes shown of Israel. [KATZAV – says we can achieve peace & reconciliation.]
(Studio: Martin Savidge) Live discussion held with Emory University Kenneth Stein and Georgetown University Samer Shehata on what it will take to get the US-sponsored road map to peace back on track. [SHEHATA – says Secretary of State Colin Powell’s visit to the Middle East is not enough; states there needs to be equal pressure on the Palestinians & on Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon; talks about the possibility of a crackdown on Hamas by Palestinian Prime Minister Mahmoud Abbas.] [STEIN – says there is a new attitude in the Middle East; states it’s too early for President Bush to be involved; comments on the possibility of US involvement with troops on the ground.]
- Savidge, Martin;
- Blitzer, Wolf
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