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Israel / Kahane Controversy #88360

ABC Evening News for Wednesday, Dec 26, 1984
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(Studio) Report on confrontation between establishment in Israeli and extremist political Rabbi Meir Kahane introduced Police prevention of Kahane from visiting Palestinian village near Tel Aviv noted.
REPORTER: Peter Jennings

(Taibe, Israel) Israeli Knesset noted to pass law just to bar Kahane from legislature right to inspect any part of Israeli territory; details given. [KAHANE - says he will reach village of Taibe and drive Arabs out.] His views re: publicity received from passage of law stated. [KAHANE - comments.] Kahane's earlier attempt to visit town of Um el-Fahm recalled. Details given of debate and concerns in Knesset with regard to Kahane and about passing such law against him. Comparison of his actions to way Nazis treated Jews cited.
REPORTER: Bob Zelnick

Jennings, Peter;
Zelnick, Bob

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