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Middle East / Israel & Lebanon / Violence / Grange Interview #837963

CNN Evening News for Saturday, Jul 29, 2006
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(Studio: Carol Lin) Hizballah’s new weapon, the Khaybar 1† rocket, featured; scenes shown of damage at Afula, Israel; details given about the significance in Islam of the battle of Khaybar {Saudi Arabia} in 629 A.D.

(Jerusalem: Wolf Blitzer) Live interview held with CNN military analyst Brig. Gen. David Grange† about the fighting between Israel & Hizballah; inset scenes shown from the Middle East. [From Madison, Wisconsin, GRANGE – comments on Israel’s pullout from Bint Jbiel, Lebanon, after capturing it and its occupation policy; talks about Israel’s ability to destroy Hizballah’s launch locations.]

Lin, Carol;
Blitzer, Wolf

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