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independence on the world stage of course president mahmoud abbas to discuss his views on the future of his beard and that of palestine the interview with us is next. i say that i say in light of the recent events in the arab world that have come to be known as the arab spring as an arab league president had declared a palestinian spray the united states is against this move what is the opposition in regard to the current stance of the us what i'm. talking about the arab spring the palestinian spring the palestinian spring is happening even before it was declared opposition was an ambiguous the palestinians want the occupation to end they want to put an end to the divide these are their demands that they've always put forward we went to the un security council demanding palestine be recognized as a un member state we have had that right since one nine hundred forty seven since
resolution one eight one was adopted forming two states israel and palestine sixty four years later we want the states to actually be formed the state of israel has been created but not the state of palestine today sixty four years later we want that state to be formed israel in the us a calling our actions unilateral but when we address the entire world community all at one hundred ninety three states i don't think they will see them as unilateral. actions cannot be compared to the construction of settlements on the palestinian territory this is unilateral action whereas our beds to the un is not furthermore we do not want to challenge the legitimacy of the state of israel that israel is a valid state and we have recognized it if the arab peace initiative had been adopted fifty seven arab and islamic states would have followed suit and recognized israel that means that we support the existence of the state of israel and do not
want to challenge its legitimacy or seek its isolation and the only thing that we want to challenge the legitimacy of the policy of occupation. legitimacy of israeli settlement activities this is our rights and we demanded the u.s. and israel say no action is unilateral this is exactly why we have applied to the security council let's just wait and see. said mr president if the years goes ahead with using its veto to block the palestinian between u.n. undershot and there have been attempts to prevent the voting in the senate if the u.s. suspends aid to glisten in little ship as it's rumored what will be your response. i'm aware of the speculation over this is spent in of the us aid but so far i've not received any official notice on that so i can't comment on it either in a positive or negative way we don't know if it's happened already or not we'll be able to issue a comment only when we get official confirmation as for the right of veto we knew
in advance and we were officially notified that washington will use its veto joining the voting in our bid it's clear that the us as the dominant world power wants to extend its support to israel but what concerns us most is that the us wants to force all the countries that took part in the general assembly big and small like your particular the members of the u.n. security council to vote against palestinian membership in the un this is the key concern for us all the member states of the security council have the right to use or as i would put it misuse their right to veto of course such a decision will be regrettable but we will comment on it only after it's taken not today. so that i said mr president some say the latest steps you have taken mark any era in the settlement process the u.s. monopoly and decision making in this region has been shattered and the palestinian issue is now open to the broader international discussion how do you comment on
that the veto threat undermining the plans. we took to the floor at the u.n. general assembly to declare that we are a state in fact an occupied states. they say we must first hold negotiations but swe don't see why the two things i mean the palestinian bid for u.n. membership and the talks on a peaceful settlement cannot go on in parallel session to the un will mean the recognition of palestine is a country in a state of occupation that will make our position absolutely clear we are an occupied country that seeks to hold negotiations on all the issues including an end to the armed confrontation with israel i believe this is the right way to move forward of course provided that the other side has a genuine desire to go the right way. so that the public. historic speech has resonated to melissa and society but hamas has expressed a different opinion how did you perceive their status. and.
i would not like to speak on the negative effects resulting from the position of a mass they say this was unilateral action taken without prior consultations with them but it's a totally different story you may have skipped the consultations but you have to come out with the right initiative before then any talk of unilateral action will play into israel's hands there are also voices within how mass both official and unofficial that have a different view and we're aware of though it's been a week since my speech it's a done deal so i would not want to discuss the negative consequences i want to point out that we need to come together and start the reconsideration process the decision on that has been taken and hopefully in the near future it will be reached then. you have been talking about all compassing negotiations with hamas what does the term all and conversely negotiations mean. everything we cannot forget about how mass whether it is in power or in the opposition like it is now if we manage to
achieve national reconciliation and conduct the elections that is shared to offer may but we're hoping they'll take place earlier. and how mass remains in opposition to the current government then as it is done in all democratic states the government will have to discuss all significant decisions with the opposition and the two sides will coordinate their actions that was what i mean when i talk about all encompassing dialogue the future may turn out to be difficult and we might be forced to seek a deep mutual understanding to resolve the problems of our people together this is not my personal struggle and is not a struggle of a mass mass and i both have to answer to our people that is why any plan we adopt or any actions we take should be clear and transparent to everyone before have to see where we are going where we'll stop and what our goals are. what the length of the media as the allies you speech tend to emphasize you call for government reform
is the main precondition of national reconciliation in what ways will the government do formed. i did not say i wanted to replace the government but there is a lack of understanding of the principles of governmental constitution that we had agreed upon we talked about a transitional government comprised of independent members and technocrats it is not a government of national unity the transitional government has to organize elections in the country and i'm responsible for that as head of the palestinian liberation organization my head at present we can discuss candidacies for transitional government membership i think any candidates nominated by fattah the people strand or any other movement is suitable as long as they fit the description of independent technocrat if they don't fit i cannot approve their candidacy so i need people that correspond with the transitional period namely independent technocrats socialists the transitional government will not have to solve any major political
problems the p.l.o. manages negotiations and forming the government is one of the p.l.o. has responsibilities the government will represent the palestinian people in palestine or the p.l.o. will represent and be responsible for palestinians on the global arena if everyone understands that then the issue will not become a sticking point we will negotiate if it candidacy cannot be approved nominates another candidate that is all there is to it being stubborn in this matter would only bring harm i'm declaring this openly it will be. so i. mr president you have said several times the channel is going to run for another term in office is it possible that public opinion might force his position to change after you have given your story expect. also to taking part in presidential elections is not a matter of popularity. i have the people support today but that might change tomorrow i've said before that i will not run for another term another politician
who we shall all support might come into the spotlight and he will gain popularity and the love of the people of that will be a result of his work and his achievement for my parts i will not change my position i've decided that i will not run for another term in office today tomorrow or in the future here thank you very much for the interview mr president thank you. even the. sacred. magic is the life. whether it is a produced press. or a shamanistic which. crossroads of two religious.
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hello there thanks for watching the sports and this is what is coming up over the next eighteen minutes injury blow russia strike you as you call the crucial euro qualify with slovakia after is in its bruising two two draw against spartak moscow . while also a boss banger blames officials and a lack of confidence the gunners these two on display in the north london darby. and iran fund are in rogers leads green bay to an easy win over demba as the super bowl champs. in the n.f.l. . but first rushes in strike alexander you call for mr volatile your requalify with slovakia on friday there's any forward picked up a leg injury and the sides to the two draw with spartak moscow will be sidelined
for two weeks that have made a dude has been called up to replace him it was a feisty game in moscow yesterday and league leaders any fell behind when alexander a new call put through his own net but danny level for the same page is a big side after forty minutes of playing a good cross there to be the offside trap but the striker was sitting in. a spot i sneakily spread out apparently punched through as you called in the face and sore straight red card of half time fast approaching however at this stage it seemed to be a k. and after the interval the league's top scorer made any extra man count with a go but he would later pick up a leg injury which has ruled him out of rushes gang. and and tourist spots like own star striker ellison got an equaliser with ten minutes to go. back from three match ban. missed the chance to capitalise on that result the army man would have
gone level on points with any at the top it beaten down prestige of banning cross into but a goal or straw was all the. could manage that idea they would take crosses the rivals the nama into second spot points adrift of the summit. defend itself chatty scored a second half price is being grabbed at syria when airport inside that victory all but securing rubin's top eight finish at the end of the regular season before the teams in the top half of the table go on to compete for the title and european places while the defeat for tom was that in their last nine chiefs and in the eye of the geology bangi as play coach but he couldn't prevent his side from losing one nil at home to the safe seat is fifth minute strike proving to be decisive to ensure the moscow side moved to being seven points at the top and still beat them since the rivals page jessica sierra three months ago by the diet stan slip.
now in england chelsea are again third spot with a five one triumph. frank lampard with the house not one but andy johnson also scored a hat trick is full and thrashed q.p.r. six nil on sunday so. they can time run with the team when i was studying up to six after. that was the gunners for defeat as i slipped the fifth a movie without defender but. three months after he broke his leg in the game afterwards his manager asked him banga said his side still lacks confidence. we're getting much different. continents at the moment and just one. picture too much of the result when you have one. frustrating years were through school. let's turn to the rugby world cup where england and france will have place to spend
it for their quarter final clash england's delon armitage has a one much ban after a dangerous tackle against scotland them to brace a seven as well missed the rest of the told following a bad tackle in their last match with tanga so both will be absent from saturday's game in oakland this is the rest of the quarter final lineup olen face while it's in the other game next saturday then on sunday in south africa this is a strange new zealand against argentina the all blacks with that fly half has been ruled out for the rest of the tone with a growing injury he suffered in taking practice and he says it's been tough coming to terms with what happened. looking back on probably world's foremost craziest days or more last year it's been. something very special and you have it taken away from you through an injury and later to form. your dream you know being involved in the world cup was no one of those. but it's been a pretty pretty tough call for. you know marco rubio is going to do what i
think will still go. well russia will return back home today after their world cup campaign came to an end but although the buzz did not win a single game they did win a lot of support from new zealand. flicked. over the last month or so rusher of made a lot of friends around new zealand the vast majority of the team they have never experienced such a level of interest from the general public if league managers in russia are trying to few hundred spectators it is fairly surprising for the squad tough similar numbers attending the training sessions or even autograph sessions. if we're not really used to this level of attention from the fans and t.v. and sanral to groups here that have done throughout my life here everyone follows both russian and global rugby it's great it's inspiring and it gives you the motivation to work even harder. this wasn't most of the players' first experience
of new zealand the team had been here on a training camp just after the new year. the squad would take the opportunity to see the sights as well as taking time off to take their minds away from all things rugby. this was by far the biggest events russia's players have ever played in and in terms of experience it will take something special to beat the memories the bay have had from this world cup it's been awesome it's really good to be to be here at the heart of the world and be at the world cup stage is just it's just an amazing experience and very welcoming from home from the local people and we've already been to quite a few towns and cities so it's very interesting but sealy did mention that russia had to do plenty of travelling and this was perhaps be only downside of the trip being new boys to rugby's biggest events the bears were given a very tough schedule which would see the team have to travel more than seven times to different locations in less than a month the credit of the russians there were hardly ever any complaints and they
always had a smile on their face while they would pick up an army of unexpected followers along the way who went to rather extreme measures to show their dedication of a new found heroes. were only zero has grown up supporters russia is they they probably are going to have many supporters so. they were there for russia first. a great tour and there is plenty for russia to build a home over the next four years they will have to find a new head coach after nicholai nearly sure assigned however at the moment six likely that kingsley jones will take up the reins of on a more official basis before moments can be termed proudly back home in the knowledge that they have played some excellent rugby over the last month or so here in new zealand the russians are welcome but it's come to an end of one experience that has been for the. last month or so i was great a lot of friends around here in new zealand i'm around the world are very exemplary
behavior operate as robot and spirit and we're very very rigid. when i saw. a bounce back from their defeat to city rivals spartak to comprehensively base a big three one in moscow the hosts had to wait more than quarter of an hour for them before alexander. to find that out and then the army men proceed with confidence having a go in each of the three periods to meet you. and me from adding them to the school to start well on their way to completing a shot and finish. late save some parts of the city's goal in the dying seconds but it was too little too late as this is. right. now over in america and the n.f.l. defending super bowl champions the green bay packers remain unbeaten after a forty nine twenty three right at the denver broncos that is their fourth win in a row and it was also
a fabulous day for packets quarterback aaron rodgers he threw for touchdown passes and ran for two more scores rogers was on fire this past bansuri now since it gives green bay a seventh really at the end of the for school for. an early in the second the packets. twenty one three of the rogers scrambled eleven yard touchdown him so. how the broncos did come back to make it twenty one seventeen but roger is cavies daylight again this time hooking up with james jones by which time the packers granted site rodgers through a career high four hundred eight it's quite a quick look at the other results from sunday there were also victories for san diego new england and the new york giants kansas city new orleans and washington also one while i've learned that a narrow victory over seattle elsewhere chicago detroit and houston got wins there as did tennessee cincinnati baltimore but san francisco just beat philadelphia by
a twenty four twenty three scoreline. that has been a first time winner on golf's p.g.a. tour kevin now winning the justin timberlake shriners hospitals for children open at the start of the final day in las vegas he was tied at the top of the leaderboard with nick watney what he had his moments this second shot on the seventh setting up a birdie but he would cut a sixty seven in the end and now was able to go better largely because this forty two foot birdie putt on the path seventeenth gave him that two shot lead. and the twenty eight year old plays with a path of victory and the winner's check of just under eight hundred thousand dollars. i mean i went through a lot i mean it. i've had nightmares for a few seconds. and to tell my mother you know it's harder work you know what i'm
going to first one. you know people believe me more than i think i believe myself. man now in scotland northern ireland's michael holmes he held off some of the sport's biggest names to win the alfred dunhill championship u.s. open when a rematch mounted a late challenge here five shots off the pace at the start of the day one of these and that eagle gave him the lead at. but he kept his cool and a couple of fine approach shots on the fifteenth and sixteenth was enough to hold off michael roy for a two shot victory accurate as he had been overweight and he parted out the birdie for his third title on the european. sub brings the end of the sport we've got the weather coming up next here an arctic. ocean is that so much a lot of people that little. different to the life and soul of social democracy in the west an idea once deemed to be part of the very foundation of democratic values
backs against the wall street a brutal crackdown on supporters for social and financial justice accusations the us to see is just an illusion. while markets are in a panic driven freefall severe austerity fails to save the greek economy with athens admitting it won't be able to meet critical. deadlines. for its global tracking system glow and launches into space to rival u.s. produced g.p.s. systems. and e.u. officials have the offices of the number of companies across the continent including subsidiaries of russia. find out more in business in twenty minutes.