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Middle East / Israel & Lebanon / Violence / Nematt Interview #835219

CNN Evening News for Friday, Jul 28, 2006
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Evacuees being brought to Tyre, Lebanon, shown.

(Israel-Lebanon border: John Roberts) Live interview held with "Al-Hayat" Washington bureau chief Salameh Nematt about the Arab opinion about the fighting between Israel & Hizballah in Lebanon. [NEMATT†- says the Shiites view Hizballah as a protector, that no Lebanese but Hizballah wanted this war & Hizballah is isolated among the sectors in Lebanon; states the Arab regimes have to condemn Hizballah because it is a militia; adds that the US & major powers have to back a U.N. resolution or it will be meaningless to the Arab-Israeli conflict.]

Roberts, John

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