Saeb Salam being interviewed on Dawson's Field.
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Location Unknown / Unclear - Lebanon? 1970?
Mr Saeb Salam, Prime Minister, being interviewed on Middle East crisis.
Saeb Salam talking about the Palestinian hijackers and other terrorist activities. Interviewer asks him about Lebanon's supports of the Palestine and their possible involvement in Palestinian terrorist activity. He is talking about problems of the Palestinians as stateless nation and then of the Lebanon's problems with the Middle East crisis. Interviewer suggest that the Palestinians who are forced to live in dirty camps in Lebanon are used as means of propaganda against Israel. Salam explains that the poor living conditions are the consequence of lack of resources. Lebanon as a poor country fully depends on the United Nations funding when it comes to helping Palestinian refugees. They also talk about the UN peace plan, rights of the Palestinians etc. As a representative of the Arabic world, he is strongly in favour of the Palestinians etc.
Note: Description previously listed interviewee as Rashid Karame.