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Asia / Tsunami #776012

CBS Evening News for Thursday, Jan 06, 2005
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(Galle: Dan Rather) Report introduced.

(Washington: Jim Stewart) How different religions are interpreting the death and destruction from the tsunami examined; scenes shown from all over of candlelight vigils; details given of explanations from the Hindu, Jewish, Muslim, Buddhist & Christian points of view. [Georgetown University Muslim chaplain Imam Yahya HENDI†- says it has nothing to do with God punishing evil.] [Buddhist monk “VIDURA” – says this is how nature works.] [Episcopal Bishop of Washington, DC, Rt. Rev. John Bryson CHANE†- says God doesn’t choose who’s going to live or die.]

Rather, Dan;
Stewart, Jim

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