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August 07, 1987 - Image 101

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1987-08-07

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Israel Ends Ban
Of NBC-TV

Tel Aviv — NBC and Israel
last Monday reached an ac-
cord to end the ban on inter-
views with Israel's three top
leaders which was imposed in
response to a critical program
on Israel since the Six-Day
War, following an agreement
by NBC to air Israeli objec-
tions to the program.
The Israeli government had
announced that Prime
Minister Yitzhak Shamir,
Foreign Minister Shimon
Peres and Defense Minister
Yitzhak Rabin would refuse
interviews to the network's
correspondents and would not
appear on NBC news pro-
grams because NBC had not
responded to the govern-
ment's letters of protest
against the documentary,
"Six Days Plus 20 Years: A
Dream Is Dying."
Shamir's spokesman, Avi
Pazner, said that the pro-
gram, narrated by Tom
Brokaw and broadcast July 1,
was a "completely biased and
one-sided documentary on
Israel!'
In turn, NBC complained
that the officials' refusals to
be interviewed constituted a
boycott of the network. The
Foreign Press Association in
Israel was reported examin-
ing the issue, saying that a
boycott of a foreign news
agency was a dangerous and
undemocratic precedent sim-
ilar to that practiced by the
Soviet bloc nations.
NBC vice president Ed
Planer went to Israel to
discuss the imbroglio with
media advisors to the three
leaders. At a meeting in
Jerusalem, Planer agreed to
permit an Israeli official to
explain Israel's objections to
the program on the "Today"
show.

Arab Industry
Restricted

Jerusalem — Industrial
development in the Arab sec-
tor in Judea, Samaria and
Gaza is hampered by restric-
tions from both Israel and
Jordan, it was stated at a
workshop held at the Hebrew
University of Jerusalem.
Under pressure from Israeli
industrialists and general
economic considerations —
which view Judea, Samaria
and Gaza as a captive market
and source of cheap labor —
Israel has adopted a conscious
policy of not encouraging
local industrial development.
in the territories, said Dr.
Ephraim Ahiram, a resear-
cher at the Leonard Davis In-
stitute.

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