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military campaigns in iraq and libya. mr primakov thank you very much for coming here a lot has been happening in the world recently arad and israel for example have been exchanging very harsh words recently while there may be nothing new about that israel seems to be driving itself into some sort of self isolation should we expect any and reasonable starts from israel you know. i think you're right in saying that it is israel which is driving itself into international isolation and that shows in many respects one and perhaps the most dangerous aspect is there's collation attention around and even preparations for an attack on iran this is very dangerous another aspect of the isolation is that israel the government of israel in its
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fight for the status quo is pushing the palestinians to assert themselves as a state in various international organizations and they've already succeeded in. this also adds up to isolation for israel its public opinion against israel then there was the other situation you probably remember the incident is abominable circles each and that mike for me thought was not just they were rather unflattering comments from both sides regarding israel and everybody in a puts the emphasis on circles he said that netanyahu was a liar but obama said and i have to deal with him every day which he saw a bomb a little more flattering about netanyahu. all this i think goes to show that israel's policy is not writers in my opinion we're talking the wrong if you will. there's also the so you do admit that it is possible that israel may attack iran. yes unfortunately i do but i really hope that it never happens because this me lead to very dangerous consequences some see that the us she is just waiting for iraq to restore its oil production capacity to start supplying oil to the world marc. after
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which the usa will clear israel to attack but i would say if this is not quite correct if there ever is a strike on iran i think that iran would everything to gain control of the situations of iraq and nobody knows how events in iraq are going to develop after that and right now iran has great authority and influence in the shia community well as you know rick cultist you've said that israel has gradually been losing a significant part of its influence its broke its connections with turkey and egypt we all heard what president sarkozy and obama said about the prime minister and moreover they're experiencing a local economic crisis what role do you see israel playing in the future. i believe the best role for israel is to have the kind of leader that it used to have historically like the prime minister who supported peace and who was killed was a leader who would find a compromise settlement with khalid steyn and syria it's important that i mention syria as this matter cannot be resolved with palestine alone you know could you do
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you believe that the fundamental problems of today's israel lie was that country's authorities. i certainly do it's also a matter of public opinion of course that the water can change the present out of spring for instance it's absolutely obvious to me that it broke out in tunisia and egypt with any external preparation i don't share the opinion of those who believe that it's been stirred up by americans or europeans and so on it was a spontaneous a bridge a rebellion if you like a revolution is central to it but what's the outcome and what further implications will it have the way i see it americans and their approach the arab states are combining their willingness to protect the national interests in this region with a certain amount says one has to be romantic to believe that the western democratic model could be transferred to an out of the country if that's what they really want to do. so islam and democracy are incompatible it's not just a matter of islam it's also
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a matter of traditions and historical experience religion. mentality you can't just export revolution or democracy to another country in this sense they're similar to trotskyites who also believed that they could just bring a revolution to a country a spate of its local conditions even when a situation wasn't suitable for the forces in charge of israel should be able to assess the situation soberly and to understand the danger of extremist activities of any kind they should be willing to find a peaceful solution based on a conference with house and then with syria it's possible to reach a compromise in all very acute issues she's really security should certainly be discussed and backed with certain activities it could be done but most importantly what's been stopping this from happening on one hand it's was ition of the israeli leadership that's been striving to consolidate the start of school on the other hand the americans have been reducing their activity in this matter which is quite comprehensive as they went to take time out for the election period the pre-election time doesn't encourage the us president to work actively in the middle east settlement this was on the part of the americans as well grounded from their
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viewpoint. is a dangerous ocean of which is a very dangerous because as we've mentioned in the beginning which there's a possibility of an israeli attack on iran the trends that have been developing could result in a strong escalation of pressure or she or she would not british were so it's hard because there is also the subject of the arab spring that you said you don't believe there had been any external influence no that's not what i said i said i don't believe it could all have been spared by an outside influence at the start and at the end. and then of course there was a you could see it with your own eyes in libya and in other countries and i was in washington at the moment when events were shit in egypt and there was a huge turmoil there i talked to madeline albright and some of my other colleagues and they were all taken quite off guard by those developments in egypt because mubarak used to be a pro western ruler he'd always done what they thought was right he was against terrorism and extremist islam the americans are still trying to gain control of.
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situation and retain the position which they used to have which will give them a foothold for the future it is wrong to think that america overthrew or the tunisian president what. mr p. macof what looks most terrifying to me is the fact that and all those countries and egypt and libya and in tunisia we now have muslim extremists in power we're so simple to know this isn't true if you're wrong about first of all it's a conglomerate of forces and i think that we can't be talking about a complete triumph of islam is neither engine is you know in egypt as yet they're going to win some seats in the parliament perhaps even more than expected but we should keep in mind that various muslim organizations involved with time the muslim brotherhood for example i don't the same organization anymore as the one that want to do overthrew or kill nasser well but of the muslim brotherhood are different now of course there are extremists among them the same time but i think that all this spring apers sudden effect on islamic organizations as well because additional
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islamic organizations in tunisia and egypt have become more moderate than before should so it's a positive influence because if you yes it's positive in this respect there is no crazy look at the party the muslim brotherhood are creating in egypt they have announced that even christians can join the party at the same time they're not talking about abolishing the secular state introducing syria norms and social and political life nobody is talking about that but the new leaders in libya have declared that they are going to build a new state based on sharia law is it possible some people might say in libya libya is not egypt after all first of all the americans and all the westerners for that matter still haven't analyzed the ante get off the forces and see what they're made of this is just plain unprofessional after all they might have been some democratic group there displeased with gadhafi but most of these are tribes you see. so you think libya is not going to become a fundamentalist islamic state. in libya is going to recover. from carol's look at
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iraq for example it's been more than eight years and they still can't stabilize a situation t.v. never stops reporting new casualties fifteen dead thirty dead every day in iraq explosions and so on it could happen so regularly that people get used to it you start thinking this is normal it is chaos over eight and a half years of occupation there's been nothing they could do in libya it's going to be even tougher so i don't think they've had much success in libya. according to the levada center survey twenty five percent of russians believe gadhafi was killed for knowing too much at any rate the years media wrote that washington had discussed various actions regarding gadhafi terminations of his life among others. the busted finally we've been watching syria and it looks now like the un rest has receded and an election is coming up do you think when this election happens russia can remain in power. i think in the case of
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a fair election you can remain in power not many people actually think about peculiarities in these events in the two countries libya and syria the arab spring started with armed resistance to the existing regime and i want to stress the armed fact the question is who gave them the arms therefore i don't think everything is that simple in relation to syria and libya when i said earlier that those events were not prepared or interfered with from within or rather meant egypt engineers you certainly also include bahrain home to the united states fifth fleet they didn't need any m.r.s. there can we say that is currently syria has avoided the threat of military intervention by nato and so on i believe so i don't think the west prepared to take this action that with a this is a cutie cancers but i think we're smarter now and at the time when the first security council resolution was adopted we will not adopt another resolution using vague terms which could be used for legitimize in these activities so i really don't think this is happening furthermore the arab league is very unlikely to
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support it mr carmichael thank you very much for this interview you're welcome. with the.
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market. find out what's really happening to the global economy with mike stronger for a no holds barred look at the global financial headlines kaiser reports. russia heads out of the league for deciding to expel syria under posing sanctions which sparked mass rallies in the troubled country as a pressure piles on the regime syrian opposition leaders are coming to moscow to secure support for bringing peace of. unelected bankers and the economists to take
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the reins in greece and to the ever rising debt levels. doesn't see his job as a temporary fix and wants to stay in charge until the twenty fifth to the election while greece's new media is focusing on securing the next beta. and thousands of american protest they won't be defeated by arrests and braids demonstrators in california marching back today after police tried to dismantle it a move that could clashes. but the sports news is next with dmitri. sports will not see the headlines. a lot called continues the n.b.a. season on the serious threat as its players again reject the league's latest.
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playoffs to overturn a. couple legends to. prove they're still young at. first. as they look to overturn a deficit from the first is some will travel to. this. result just. into. the narrow chance of clinching a place at next year's finals and crane has been further diminished by the fact that for first team players are suspended for the second leg they're. hopeful that their replacements will give an improved performance from that the.
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chances are rather limited to be realistic. i think and i'm sure that to morrow's team. which is conceivable which is changed considerably. will. will perform will give it at most two. maybe maybe maybe maybe to reach the unthinkable but in any case in any case to to give a very good competition. and has governor prepared to take on portugal in lisbon goalless draw in the first there it remains all to play for in the return match and their euro two thousand and four runners up are big favorites to try to be at the top of their game looking for the first major tournament in their history which the city striker who once again set to lead their attack portugal can boast the likes of. up front goals are more than expected in this match.
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i'm sure that there will be goals today if someone would ask me the result will be the same reasons and he could reply is that i don't believe it because both teams have fantastic forwards and bulls teams play taking an open food bowl and hold this beach allows us to play a fantastic match which. meanwhile aren't a look set not to let their euro trying to twelve tickets slip away after pressuring the story for the last friday they hope side's memories of a tragic loss to france in the twenty ten world cup qualifier are still fresh a referee mistake affected the result of the surge of an interpreter charges that this time to get through this barrier and as their captain robert mates it's no ordinary situation. it's amazing how you know results can kind of give everyone everyone a lift and certainly the whole country it's great to a sport can do that you know. in other countries on his knees at the moment and if
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you come back after a great result and you know everyone who's in. good form you know looking forward to. the next the next few months and you know it gives the whole country a boost. in the meantime the czech republic hopes to maintain a record of reaching every european championship final since to split into two countries in one thousand nine hundred three michael bullock's side holds it soon elite of montenegro following the first leg of their players come pain having never want to competitive match girl margin montenegro will have to produce the best results in their short history as a formulation to overturn the side. of forty nothingness finished years as well but this is going to be a much tougher game she's they're playing at home they're prepared for anything and we will see what's going to happen during the match unit in domestic matters the second phase of the longest ever russian premier league season begins this week but now it seems that footballers might not take to the pitch at all for around thirty
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one the club's financial struggles are wearing fane on the place for us so around five months wages i did receive no payments a total september i now group within the sport want to boycott saturday's away fix at the stuff which would result in fines for the club i said the government officials say to defy this form so instead of asking for state support. now king of looks set to be the base for the russian national team as dick advocaat and company gear up for the euro two thousand to twelve finals in poland and ukraine but that's yet to be confirmed according to the russian football union president. we're very close to decision as to where we're going to be used are usually twelve the more our staff know exactly what it takes to ensure for tournament of such magnitude in europe and we're close to people going live on a world cation now announce a decision in a by each time. then bases in
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a major threat that softer players have again rejected the lake's latest for calling it quote extremely unfair you know president derek fisher showed up at a news conference with players including kobe bryant and fisher says the decision to reject the league's latest offer was unanimous a lot of individual players have a lot of things personally or stake in terms of their careers and where they stand and right now they feel it's important we all feel it's important to all of our players not just the ones in this room but our entire group. not only try and get a deal done for today before the body of m.b.a. players there will come into this league over the next decade and beyond and so going forward the collective bargaining process will not be the way that as players this process continues for us and we will allow our legal team to really lead the charge. and hopefully at some point. assistance in getting
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a deal done. that is fair to our entire body. in the meantime n.b.a. superstar le bron james has held a session for aspiring young british possible place in london james will of course will meet with playing for the miami heat at this time of the ad but the continuing lockout in the n.b.a. to fulfill its history let's admit to around two hundred british youngsters at the london school of basketball james showed off his skills and caps pasta feeling to the next generation of players some of whom want to get to play in the world's highest profile boskone believe. let's now move to the not talking about current or n.h.l. greats the cup of legends gathered there prior to stars of so they talk in the russian capital and the veterans once again demonstrated that they still have what it takes for but father election. their speed and explosiveness might have begun but their skills and competitive spirit are always there.
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the couple legends hellen moscow over the weekend saw the brightest stars of soviet hockey were present insist scardino was sparked out in the vs back on the ice in the villa great jubilee the first soviet championships were held in nineteen forty six within a moscow claiming the first ever domestic title and says go fishing second sixty five years later the ice is still part comes to this capital darby always been like that even before the game or sail. again. since i remember as a kid. for the army and. was observed private so it was i think the show tonight was a good name exciting game here is how the army men opened the scoring with a good mission of knitting from an incredibly narrow angle i did normal work week
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to level matters the live but did jet ski question in to make it one one. cisco responded to play guild one of the greatest dance moment of all time which is love . giving his side the lead. the helping veterans people around five million dollars sitting fines for her work as a manager is very much still a tough rivalry with no excuses when everybody fights to the engine is just time around it was a draw for me and that's the way we can do it all times and check out how much we still. well you want. it's always nice when a. group of veterans get together and people are all us tournaments like this it's nice to see all fall for unsung. you know for the people who come to the stadium unfortunately not many of them comes but i understand that when a storm is to give you together will organize a given respect stars of the past. that still have this holy in the
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wishes on the dot com. which will brighten if you move from phones to freshen this. means please don't talk t.v. dot com. russia head south to the arab league for expelling syria and for imposing sanctions sparking mass rallies in the troubled country syrian opposition leaders are in moscow for talks with russian officials as they try to find
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a peaceful solution to the situation in the country i'll have more or not but a few moments time. as an elected bankers and the columnists take the reins in greece and italy are t. explores how the eurozone descended into a whole troubleshooters have to dig them out plus. let. the american anti corporate protesters validate won't be defeated by arrests and raids as oakland demonstrators. back to that camp the police try to dismantle it. and the world's leading gas exporters opposing the energy package which requires the separation of production transportation and sales more details in business in about twenty minutes.


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