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Middle East / Israel & Lebanon / A Discussion #835720

CNN Evening News for Friday, Aug 04, 2006
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(Haifa: Anderson Cooper) The intensification of the fighting in Tyre, Lebanon, updated; scenes shown from Beirut.

(Haifa: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with MIT security expert Jim Walsh about the demonstrations in Baghdad, Iraq. [WALSH - says the protests help Arab radicals with Shiite cleric Muqtada al-Sadr playing politics; explains why the ongoing war in the Middle East is a problem for US security interests.]

(Haifa: Anderson Cooper; Beirut: Michael Ware) The divide between Sunni & Shiites, the deep-set nature of anti-Americanism because of the ongoing war in Iraq & the anti-Semitism held by Hizballah leader Hassan Nasrallah discussed.

Cooper, Anderson;
Ware, Michael

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