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Middle East / Israel & Lebanon / Violence / Moustapha Interview / Regev Interview #837233

CNN Evening News for Sunday, Jul 16, 2006
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(Nahariya: Anderson Cooper) A bomb shelter in Nahariya, Israel, where people are staying due to the shelling by Hizballah, shown.

(Haifa: Anderson Cooper) Live interview held with Syria’s Ambassador to the US Imad Moustapha† about the current conflict in the Middle East. [From Washington, DC, MOUSTAPHA – says the conflict will continue until the US convinces the Israelis to stop killing innocent civilians; responds to claims that the Syrian government supports Hizballah and allows weapons to come through Iran; notes there are thousands of Palestinians & Lebanese illegally imprisoned by Israel.

(Haifa: Anderson Cooper) Live interview held with Israeli Foreign Ministry spokesman Mark Regev. [From Jerusalem, REGEV – responds to Moustapha’s remarks; says Hizballah has to be disarmed; states Hizballah’s firing of rockets into Israel is an act of war; explains Israel’s aim; calls for the international community to implement the U.N.’s resolutions; comments on civilian casualties & Hizballah’s weaponry.]

Cooper, Anderson

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