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Hussein Interview #899

ABC Evening News for Friday, Dec 13, 1968
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(Studio) King Hussein, 35, rules Jordan. Hussein's grandfather assassinated for admitting reality of Israel.
REPORTER: Frank Reynolds

(Amman, Jordan) [HUSSEIN - speaks of peace effort, Scranton visit. Believes United States foreign policy should be more balanced.] Reporter questions re: Jordan attitude toward war. [HUSSEIN - believes answer is in Israel. Main problem: peace has to be achieved, or struggle to be long. Most Arabs don't want war.]
REPORTER: Bill Beutel

(Studio) Arab refugees most despairing; most war minded.
REPORTER: Frank Reynolds

(Jordanian Refugee Camp) Baca refugee camp described. 35,000 live here. Refugees are biggest problem. War seems to be only hope for these people. Palestine terrorists reside in such camps. Clashes occur. Squalid life described. UN, YWCA, others try to help. Margaret Jordan, of Save the Children Fund, interviewed. [JORDAN - describes situation of refugees.] Tensions noted. Arab side of story given.
REPORTER: Bill Beutel

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Reporter(s):
Beutel, Bill;
Reynolds, Frank
Duration:
00:07:50

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