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Nightline: The Bombers #739333

ABC Special for Thursday, Oct 09, 2003

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A broadcast of taped segments re: Palestinian suicide bombings in Israel, including:

  • Taped segments with John Yang (ABC), Israeli government spokesman Avi Pazner, University of Maryland Professor Shibley Telhami, Palestinian Cabinet Minister Saeb Erekat, university researcher Rawan Fakih, Professor Raja Rantissi, human rights worker Wafa Abed al-Rahman, office manager Yara Asad, and media researcher Samar Hawari.
  • Taped segment with Hilary Brown (ABC), Jerusalem City Council member Mina Fenton, Alfei Menashe settlers Michal Erad and Michael Tabor‡, Qaffim Mayor Taysir Harashi, Palestinian legal advisor Diana Buttu, medical student Nermin Sharaf, Angela Godfrey of Israeli Women Against the Wall, and Ariel settler Dena Shalit.
  • A brief live update by Ted Koppel (ABC) re: events today involving US soldiers in Iraq.
  • Reporter(s):
    Yang, John;
    Brown, Hilary

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