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Middle East / Israel & Lebanon / Violence / Gillerman Interview #835733

CNN Evening News for Monday, Aug 07, 2006
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(Metula: Anderson Cooper) The war bulletin on the developing story in the war reviewed; scenes shown from an Israeli strike on Beirut, Lebanon; details given about the U.N. draft resolution & the position of the Arab League on U.N. proposals.

(Metula: Anderson Cooper) Taped interview held with Israeli Ambassador to U.N. Dan Gillerman. [GILLERMAN - expresses skepticism about the Lebanese government actually sending troops since they are hostage to the Hizballah; states Israel will not leave a void in Lebanon for Hizballah to fill; doubts it would ever be enough for Hizballah to just be a political force, since their aim is the destruction of Israel with the help of Iran & Syria; adds an international force must make Hizballah disarm.]

Cooper, Anderson

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