tv Inside Story 2018 Ep 330 Al Jazeera November 27, 2018 10:32am-11:02am +03
i've come to dresden in the former east germany for a meeting with anti-racist activists. it's my first time in this part of the country and i expected the grey sad city but found something very different dresden was a center of german culture. germany's revolutionary priest martin luther came from this part of germany he was the founder of protestantism which began as a protest movement for social equality my refugee solidarity meeting is in the technical school of the university of dresden. the first arabic and newspaper in germany it's for the arabic speakers here the newcomers and settled also but we have a lot of followers on facebook by fifty thousand people and our thoughts.
there is no r.c. place right now for us i mean we are a group of syrian and arabs so we don't speak unfortunately these activists are well intentioned but dealing with arab refugees is as new to them as dealing with german activists is for me on one side there was one of these stupid questions which came up always in the newspapers begin to discussions how much money does or if it you get already refugee richard gets more money. than a halt. to its person hurts for receivers our welfare recipients they give their claims that the german government spends more money on a refugee than on a poor german. the fact is refugees and hertz for recipients both get four hundred
euros per person per month. he still don't understand spanish movie you can. either see it says the good news that they all got it. it's monday night in dresden near the beautiful square showcasing the cultural glory of germany's pos each week that he does the growing right wing movement claims a spot to protest against the government of i'm going to merkel who they regard as the principal enabler for the islam is a ship of germany as. piggy to supporters are renowned for their hatred of the press and the police presence is
partly to protect the journalists. but hines joachim was willing to explain what was going on and why is it the it's money how do i get because it's good shop with a good long just years chavo both were feeling it up see i knew bill wolfie she khalifi cuz she wanted me to bust the out stars who are you you need to go on as is saw the assumed past and you could see because. a little political pot tied to flourish in the damir called sin defied on me and i was covered under as for being that sore disease i thought i was going to use of leave the on for good tour as in so noisy for going on three percent was the mission mentioned on the program i'm far does these unmentioned nish in also cool tools so in t.v. and soon other does move and feel a mention of years in does history dow mind. you mention dizzy here but is
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almost half the people in this berlin neighborhood are middle east and. it's been this way for decades so like the torso you concern about doing this for the songs to learn are those that are just. so out of here are our lot of those are still the little guys you want to build on the ground are going to from. where you say soriano is in life that has. nothing. came to germany to look for work via italy where his family lives he says muslims face discrimination across europe. muslim and. the us the and this
is usually. because underpins our rule was sure you were looking to hook you up to london and. the world is that. the good. i go to a newly opened syrian restaurant to see how hard it is for newcomers to find work. however to the status of the home for the on the floor instead of looking out of the other of the end of the world. number one how to have the love of god not something i'm to thank my lawn with a lot. of love and love for him or myself in the. somebody had to but it was i want it and i'm going to go with my mom it was the innocent i'm going to differ about in the story of one of the populace not listening to your school or some of your floor with you for most of all.
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your pussy and couldn't do much and. this is one of germany's famous welcome parties held in berlin as a way to get germans and refugees together the merkel government while seeing they needed manpower for the work force were also aware of their humanitarian responsibilities something reflected in the actions of many ordinary german citizens. and i. mean if not a lot of it is you know not in demand if you're not. and that what this some call for to come but i'm too hot head for my hands please let the conway nothing. happen when i haven't been paid you will be added to his
campaign and i. didn't have to knock something he she is a hole but i'm not facing me that's right. my trip across germany has been an emotional roller coaster. meeting early arab immigrants who have found their peace as well as those still searching to balance their multiple identities. i met germans who have welcomed us. all those who fear us. and those who study us. and perhaps by
it is here from this musician that i learned how arabs and germans have been linked for over a thousand years. once you just want to move players it is one just as a million yan's on. this careless. of it and publisher of a bus this man. will not be hard to understand is something a little piece of music if you go. to one club now that's come out and saucers on my own for forty cure hinson thought opa ford and it's not safe you know not involved off to have music transferred to earth at least good. or not like you for food only delight in one s. thursdays of making quite soon. post in a non new not all that of you to which to discuss diviners and come off against
installment or. i'm left cautiously optimistic that one day germans will see arabs as a positive thread in the fabric of german society. and that we new immigrants will find more than a refuge. that for those of us who wish to remain german will one day become a whole. hello again well this hour i do want to take you over here towards north america we've been dealing with a major storm system making its way across the great lakes and into the northeast
this did bring blizzard conditions across much of the midwest things are improving in colder is now coming in behind that system temporize you can see that cold air chicago minus five degrees as your high minneapolis minus six degrees and when you factor in the wind chill it's going to feel more like the minus double digits in some of those areas up here towards the northeast though the storm is still going to be a problem not only for the united states but also into québec we do expect to see ottawa at about one degree montreal is going to be about zero as your high temperature a lot of snow across much of that area with new york see a high temperature there as we go towards wednesday of about six degrees well here across parts of central america really not looking too bad in terms of the forecast but we are going to be watching these clouds very carefully because they are making their way down towards the south and that means some rain showers here across parts of the yucatan over the next few days extending up towards savannah as well as into nasa now would seem much of a change of temperature twenty eight degrees there as we go from one say into wednesday and then we do expect to see some windy conditions for you but also very
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along daryn jordan this is the opposite news hour live from doha coming up in the next sixty minutes top u.s. officials are to brief the senate on saudi arabia turkey wattles the search for journalist his body. ukraine's parliament approved the president's move. with russia. putting the brakes on general motors. of work has. some breaking news on u.s. relations amid the call for action on the mode of jamal khashoggi u.s. secretary of state and secretary of defense jim mattis will both brief senators on
wednesday on developments relating to saudi arabia democrat and republican politicians have expressed concerns about the killing of the journalists last month of the saudi consulate in turkey there's also a growing condemnation on riyadh's involvement in the war in yemen which has created a humanitarian disaster mike hanna joins us live now from washington d.c. mike so james mattis will do this joint briefing to the senate why is this happening and what are we expecting them to say. well the senate has been asking for fuller briefing on relations with saudi arabia and this is the really resolved to the administration's response but a couple of unanswered questions here daryn firstly are those the these two administration officials going to be briefing the whole senate or just the intelligence committee secondly is it going to be public or behind closed doors thirdly will the director of the cia be there senators insisting that it's all very
well having the secretaries of defense and state talking to them but they also want to hear from the director of the cia they want to get a direct briefing about the investigation into the murder of jamal khashoggi also questions being raised about exactly what is the briefing about it may well not be about the murder itself rather reasons why sanctions should not be imposed against saudi arabia if so it's going to infuriate senators even further who are pushing for sanctions to imposed who are pushing for the u.s. to reduce its role in supporting saudi arabia in that war in yemen in particular and my dearest lawmakers on both sides of the house continue to press for stronger action over the khashoggi killing but much the president trump wants this story to go away it's just not going to visit. no it completely keeps on coming back congress is absolutely incensed at the president's attempt to simply
brush the whole matter aside on two levels one is the u.s. relationship with saudi arabia which is being questioned by many in congress for a long period of time secondly is that murder of gitmo and whether sanction should be exerted in relation to that and importantly we heard from senator lindsey graham they must have a direct finding as to whether or not the crown prince of saudi arabia had knowledge of the murder or had an involvement in it graham says should this prove to be the case he will write legislation that would strike sharply at the crown prince and would also look at what he calls the crown prince's erratic behavior like imposing a blockade on cutter the center to looking at various aspects of this the it's legislation pending that has to do with the saudis war in yemen there could be legislation pending that has directly to do with the murder of to marcus orgy or to
my kind of there in washington d.c. mike thank you. meanwhile turkish police are investigating the murder of. a search into villas owned by saudi nationals one hundred kilometers outside of istanbul trying to find out what happened to the remains of the saudi journalist after he was killed inside the saudi consulate last month is tony berkley. the search centered on a large villa near the town of yellow over an hour's drive south of istanbul the forty strong team including police with sniffer dogs security forces and forensic investigators spent all monday at the villa which is said to be owned by a rich saudi businessman turkish media reported that he has links to crown prince mohammed bin sandman portraits of the saudi king and crown prince could be seen hanging in the hallway turkish investigators were acting on phone records of calls made from the saudi consulate in istanbul before he was murdered one is said to have been made to the villa by a saudi national he's been named as left tenant colonel mansoor othman abu hussein
who was a member of the so-called hit squad which carried out the killing it's thought that colonel abu hussein is in the saudi civil defense force and to serve the crown prince the turkish prosecutor has issued a statement saying the call was made a day before the killing and it was to discuss either how to hide or destroy this because saudis body. the search included the surrounding area and a neighboring villa which is also owned by a saudi national neither of the owners was present fire services drained two wells before the forensic team took away samples. the two main theories about what happened to mr saudi's body either it was dismembered and dissolved in acid in the consulate or his remains were taken away in black suitcases purchased by saudi officials on the morning of the murder they were then either disposed of in turkey or flown to saudi arabia under diplomatic privilege only the killers know the
answer and they are in saudi arabia. if this fails to produce any significant evidence about the whereabouts of mystical saudi's body it's difficult to see where this investigation goes from here without meaningful saudi cooperation which for some reason it still refusing to give. the arcus in the queue much saudi authorities are investigating with the perpetrators of the crime and they must handle more over to us so that we can investigate them ourselves and know who the local collaborators or collaborators are doing and who gave the orders to carry out the crime since all these questions are still unanswered calls from around the world and international organizations are getting louder to open an international investigation into this crime that saudi arabia mohamed bin someone though i'm moving on doing business in seeing friends the crown prince the man thought by turkish and u.s. security services to be in the want to order the killing is in egypt it's his first
foreign trip since the murder of jamal khashoggi and the question being asked is if he wasn't the architect of this killing then why is he not finding out who was tony berkeley al-jazeera yell over turkey now ukraine and its allies are demanding the return of three ships seized by russian forces off the coast of crimea in the worst flare up of tensions between the two countries in several years ukraine's parliament has approved a decree signed by the president to impose martial law for thirty days in the wake of the crisis well the standoff has been the subject of emergency meetings at nato and the u.n. where western officials condemned russia's actions russia is accusing ukraine of deliberately provoking the clash to bring about more sanctions against moscow well the dispute be up on sunday when the russian coast guard attacked and seize three ukrainian boats in the strait well the waterway is a critical shipping channel for ukraine it's off the coast of crimea which was annexed by russian troops four years ago under similar reports from kiev. at every
level the outrage over russia's actions in capturing three boats and more disturbingly for ukraine twenty three sailors some of whom were injured isn't coming down quite the reverse ukraine's parliament debated martial law for several hours it was approved by a large majority president petro poroshenko says it will start from wednesday not a declaration of war he says more remains of bolstering defenses against aggression from russia but the martial law would be national applying only to coastal areas and regions bordering russia it will last thirty days my mom. on the premises we have to reinforce our defense immediately so we can quickly react and mobilize all resources in case of an invasion. pershing has managed to placate opponents who believes that martial law is going to give him a big advantage by limiting political activity in the run up to the presidential
elections at the end of march next year right now his popularity is low although there is a long list of world leaders who are giving his support over this crisis. nato is demanding the immediate release of the ukrainian prisoners held by russia with this warning so russia hostile to stone that its actions have consequences and that's the reason why nato has reacted so firmly against the actions of russia against ukraine over several years and in the u.n. more condemnation of russia we strongly support ukraine's sovereignty and territorial integrity within its internationally recognized borders extending to its territorial waters we express our deep concern over the incident which represent a dangerous escalation and violation of international law russia may have rammed
one ukrainian boat opening fire on a total of three vessels injuring sailors detaining all crew and yet it continues to accuse ukraine's president is standing for reelection next year of deliberate provocation resume ears of the cuban duties and this banditry must be curbed and the international community must understand what ukraine is doing we would urge our partners in the security council not to shoulder responsibility for the dangerous conduct of the ukrainian authorities while the current strait may be calm and now the combination of ukrainian anger and tension hasn't eased andrew simmons al-jazeera. well on abortion sky as a fellow at the washington institute she says is vital to remember that russia broke international laws when it annexed crimea. what's happening is an important reminder of just how. fact that russia and ukraine are at war that there's you know
if you want to call it a frozen conflict as some have called it in the past it's never really been frozen and just how volatile the situation has been in terms of the comments i think you know as more details come to light the fact of the matter is what's important to remember is that russia annexed crimea illegally russia broke international law by doing so and regardless of what's happening we have to look at this in this context and it's important to stand with ukraine for a lot more sort of coming on the news hour including the afghan president leaves behind protests in the capital kabul to go on a mission to reassure the world leaders that money has been well spent. we'll tell you why the world's largest hospital ship has arrived in colombia. and the beloved korean sport makes it onto a coveted world heritage list details coming up in sports a little bit later. the
british prime minister to resign may has been addressing parliament where she's trying to convince m.p.'s across the political divide to back her brothers that deal she says the only alternative to the divorce deal agreed with the e.u. on sunday is uncertainty but for many politicians the issue of a so-called backstop for the irish border remains a crucial one lawrence lee has more from london. after more than two years of waiting through diplomatic treacle to come up with a deal to leave the european union it seems the british parliament is likely to regard the whole thing as a bit like an unwanted christmas presents the latest economic analysis of tourism a's hard fought compromise suggested would leave the u.k. about one hundred forty billion dollars. over the next ten years while being tied to a trading relationship with europe that's a long way from the promises of brics it's making the country stronger freed from the shackles of the e.u. .