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Middle East / Israelis vs. Palestinians / Yassin Assassination #751223

CNN Evening News for Sunday, Mar 21, 2004
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(Studio: Carol Lin) Live telephone interview held with CNN producer Talal Aburahma% about the death of Hamas spiritual leader & founder Sheik Ahmed Yassin after an Israeli air strike in Gaza; scenes shown of the chaos at the bloody killing site. [In Gaza City, ABURAHMA – relates what has happened; explains what is happening on the ground in Gaza; speculates on the repercussions; states Yassin was the soul of Hamas; comments on consistent retaliatory strikes by Israel following suicide bombings.] The view that the assassination was in revenge for the joint Hamas-Al Aksa Martyrs Brigade suicide bombings in the Israeli port city of Ashdod% last week noted.

NOTE – Time difference at 9:59:10 due to editing from VHS recording since the broadcast ran overtime.

Lin, Carol

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