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Middle East / Israeli Policy #742984

CNN Evening News for Monday, Dec 01, 2003
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(Studio: Aaron Brown) Report introduced.

(London: Sheila MacVicar) The split within Israel over the present & future course in the Middle East examined; details given of the letter from 27 pilots refusing to bomb Palestinian civilians, the warning from four former security leaders that Israel is headed for trouble & of the Geneva Accord peace plan. [Israeli Prime Minister Ariel SHARON - {thru translator} says in the future we will not be in all the places we are now.] [Partially hidden, PILOT - {thru translator} says he has no other choice.] [Former security LEADERS - comment on the future of Israel.] [In Britain, President BUSH - says Israel should dismantle unauthorized outposts.] [Israeli POLITICIAN - worries about damaging ideas.] [ANALYST - says Sharon's support is dropping.] The question of what is Sharon's policy game & the possibility of concessions outlined & the question of what small Israeli "illegal" settlements might be closed down discussed.

Reporter(s):
Brown, Aaron;
MacVicar, Sheila
Duration:
00:05:40

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