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    1.
    CU Interviewer - Ms. Walters.
    6 ft

    2.
    MV Interviewer (BW) facing Rabin across desk.
    11 ft

    3.
    CU Rabin.
    35 ft

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    MV Interviewer and Rabin.
    46 ft

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    CU Rabin.
    76 ft

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    MV Interviewer and Rabin.
    78 ft

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    CU Rabin.
    93 ft

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    MV Interviewer and Rabin.
    104 ft

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    CU Rabin.
    108 ft

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    MV Interviewer and Rabin.
    131 ft

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    CU Interviewer.
    138 ft

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    CU Rabin.
    146 ft

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    MV Interviewer and Rabin.
    160 ft

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    CU Rabin.
    185 ft

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    MV Interviewer and Rabin.
    191 ft

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    CU Rabin.
    200 ft

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    MV Interviewer and Rabin.
    216 ft

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    CU Rabin.
    227 ft

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    MV Interviewer and Rabin.
    236 ft

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    CU Rabin.
    267 ft

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    MV Interviewer and Rabin.
    277 ft

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    CU Rabin.
    284 ft

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    MV Interviewer and Rabin.
    293 ft

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    CU Rabin.
    313 ft

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    MV Interviewer and Rabin.
    317 ft

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    CU Rabin.
    327 ft

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    CU Interviewer.
    332 ft

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    CU Rabin.
    343 ft

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    MV Interviewer and Rabin.
    355 ft

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    MV Rabin.
    388 ft

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    MV Interviewer and Rabin.
    392 ft

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    CU Rabin.
    416 ft

    33.
    MV Inte viewer and Rabin.
    424 ft

    34.
    CU Main.
    438 ft

    35.
    CU Interviewer.
    444 ft

    36.
    CU Rabin.
    475 ft

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    MV Interviewer and Rabin.
    487 ft

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    CU Rabin.
    505 ft

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    MV Interviewer and Rabin.
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    "Mr. Prime Minister recently...."



    Sadat had said in a recent interview to her that the Israel border lines were invalid: Israel should give back land taken from the '67 war



    "...how do you consider that."



    RABIN: "From a military point of view he's completely wrong ...."



    Syrians would have been able to overrun Israel; Egyptians could have reached Beersheba - their airforce could have race Tel Aviv in 6 minutes had the borders been those Sadat suggests.



    ".... of great importance of the security of this country."



    INTERVIEWER: "Do you think that the Arabs will change their minds about the 1950 lands.?"



    RABIN: "Well I don't want to say what the Arabs .... peace of land."



    INTERVIEWER: "Mr. Prime Minister, Sadat said even if you gave back Sinai land"...... because Egypt entered the war with Syria it would only accept a dual agreement".. pact."



    RABIN: "I had never heard it so clear ...... from Sadat."



    INTERVIEWER: "Specifically what did you intend to give back to Egypt?"



    RABIN: "Well, I belive ..... If a peaceful agreement with Egypt were reached, Israel would give back the bulk of Sinal ... to the six day war lines."



    INTERVIEWER: "You would not give back all of the Sinai area you took?"



    RABIN: Not all of Sinai.



    INTERVIEWER: "You have said .... diplomatic and political concessions to Israel ... what are you asking for?"



    RABIN: "The first phase .... a non religious basis... agreements."



    INTERVIEWER: "So when you talk about diplomatic .... non religious issues."



    RABIN: On their side ... on our side withdrawal .... peace."



    INTERVIEWER: "Could you define non religious ... as you see it."



    RABIN: "Well, non religiousity means ........ pollical negotiations."



    INTERVIEWER: "Then what is peace?"



    RABIN: "Peace ... when they really live in peace."



    INTERVIEWER: "President Sadat said ... about the Palestinians."



    RABIN: "I believe ... only Arab country that has really integrated.



    INTERVIEWER: "The East Bank which is Jordan."



    RABIN: "The East Bank ... it is no solution to have a separate state for Balestinians ... i ... in the context of negotiations between Israel and Jordan."



    INTERVIEWER: "Mr. Prime Minister, how imminent is a war with Syria?"



    RABIN: "Well I think .... (hope) ... no war in theimmediate future."



    INTERVIEWER: "Mr. Prime Minister, Dr. Kissinger is not as popular now as he was. why not? .... not in your office."



    RABIN: "Well I believe Dr. Kissinger stayed popular in this country.... (some bought the settlement could have been better) .... as long as they don't want to negotiate without telling us."



    INTERVIEWER: "If anything happened to and he were no longer Secretary of State would you be very worried?"



    RABIN: "Well Israel's future does not depend on one person .... depends on it"



    INTERVIEWER: "There are some critisisms..... Mr. Kissinger is supposed to have slowed down the bill granting money and arms to Israel... to this."



    RABIN: "Well, I had talks .... Israel will get a good arms settlement; talks are to be in after the American ???lections.... for our defence."



    INTERVIEWER: "Mrs. Prime Minister are you worried at ... the new Congress approving this ... 4.5 million dollars."



    RABIN: "Well in my last visit .... we can rely on it."



    INTERVIEWER: "Mr. Prime Minister in the next negotiations ... (will it be) Egypt or Jordan."



    RABIN: "Israel is ready to negotiatiate ... (with and Arab country however Egypt is the key Arab country)... Egypt has to be the first to move in this direction."



    INTERVIEWER: "One of the possibilities .... is the return of Jeficho ... would that happen?"



    RABIN: "Well if there will be .... I will consider it a possibility."



    INTERVIEWER: "Anything else .. parting with?"



    RABIN: "Well it's better to leave it ..... no suprises."



    INTERVIEWER: "Mr. Prime Minister, shortly the U.N. will vote... on recognising the Palestine a??? liberation Organisation ... do you have any faith in he U.N. as for as Israel's concerned?"



    RABIN: "Well, I wouldn't like to use such strongterms but .... Arab nations have support of 4 blocks; including the European Block ... hey can do it."



    INTERVIEWER: "President Sadat talked about ..... he referred to the Geneva Conference ... that you want."



    RABIN: "Well, I believe that the best way ... is to get to the conference table however after a recession all you hear is the same old rhetoric etc. All over again.... peace."



    INTERVIEWER: "Thank you Mr. Prime Minister for your time."




    Initials



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    Film ID:
    VLVAE62OVGHE54I6ZR7ZI8S17MXYT
    Media URN:
    VLVAE62OVGHE54I6ZR7ZI8S17MXYT
    Group:
    Reuters - Source to be Verified
    Archive:
    Reuters
    Issue Date:
    01/10/1974
    Sound:
    Unknown
    HD Format:
    Available on request
    Stock:
    Colour
    Duration:
    00:13:34:00
    Time in/Out:
    /
    Canister:
    N/A

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