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G/V group of women singing (3 shots)
Sign on wall 'No to settlements movements, yes to PLO'
Cut to another sign
C/U woman to crowd
C/U man in crowd, chanting
Pull back to crowd clapping and chanting, with officials walking through (4 shots)
G/V dias, officials speaking at microphone
C/U man in crowd
S/V same man getting up to speak
S/V man speaking in Hebrew
G/V crowd (2 shots)
C/U woman in crowd wiping tears from her face
G/V dias another speaker
C/U man in crowd
EXTERIOR: G/V building. Tilt down to people coming out, crowd round door
G/V army jeep with soldiers driving away
G/V streets (2 shots)
G/V army post, barricade raised
G/V observation post on wall
S/V woman on road, pan to group of people waiting at road-block as woman crosses barrier (3 shots)
C/U woman peering through iron bars at window of building - speaks to men inside
C/U woman being interviewed by press (Mrs Chaba)
G/V Barricade across road - crowd behind
C/U Mrs Chaba
S/V officials talking to reporters
S/V second official speaking
G/V group of people round barrier Pan round group of mayors
C/U mayor listening to reporter, then answering
S/V soldier walking to door of army post and going in
another soldier running up and going in
G/V men walking with briefcases
C/U soldier and others going into building, door closes
Tilt up to barbed wire on wall
S/V soldier walking towards door and going in
G/V group of mayors
Tilt up wall to barbed wire and lights (3 shots)
G/V woman with umbrella going to door
TRANSCRIPT: SPEAKER: ... announce that they will not withdraw their resignations unless Mr Chaba (phonetic) is back in office. They are confirming their position which is unchangeable ...
... meeting today are going now in protest march to Ramaneh prison to attend ... protest meeting while the committee are dealing with Mr Chaba's case
REPORTER: Are you still on hunger strike?
WOMAN: Yes, we take drink only
REPORTER: How do you feel?
REPORTER: and your husband?
WOMAN: No, my husband's health is very bad. He lost eleven kilos up till yesterday
REPORTER: Are you going to stop Mr Chaba, to stop his hunger strike?
WOMAN: No he has refused to stop
REPORTER: Are you aware that this is the first time that natives of the West Bank are protesting politically in Israel itself?
OFFICIAL: No this is not the first time ... (much of speech is indistinct)
2nd OFFICIAL: ... he is a man of peace, working for peace and so that is why we came here, all of us, all the mayors, and the women's organisations ... Mr Chaba will be deported and I won't mind ...
REPORTER: Did you get any suggestion that Mr Chaba will not be deported ...
MAYOR: ... this never happened. This is the first time I have heard of it .. actually the PLO represents us. It is recognised as the representative of Palestinians .. the only source we would accept the suggestion from in the PLO.
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