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x. is preparing to become the first private spacecraft to dock with the eye assets so is the future what is the future of space exploration one time can only tell what we have in store for the final frontier now we're going to leave it at that we'll be right back here and a half hour. sometimes you see a story and it seems so please give think you understand it and then a glimpse something else and you hear or see some other part of it and realize everything you thought you knew you don't know i'm sorry welcome to the big picture .
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mission. critic a three star judge is free. range means free. three stooges free. old free blogging a live video for your media project a free media guard t. dot com. i'm doing a song. it is true for sure it will expose the world says he's talking as long as it's been attacked by the united states song he came down. legally five hundred days now by being detained without charge but doesn't stop for. the day we're going to quit. the can change the world tomorrow. this week i am joined by a guest from a secret location in lebanon he is one of the most extraordinary figures in the
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middle east. he has for the many arms battles with israel and is now a court up in the international struggle over syria i want to know why is he called a freedom fighter by millions and at the same time a terrorist by millions of other. this is his first interview in the west since the two thousand and six israel living on board his party his beloved is a member of the libyan government ease its leader saeed. and i was really. are you ready. i read. and thank you. what is your vision for the future of israel and palestine what board hezbollah consider victory if you had victory would you disarm.
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that was so easy and the state of israel is not that it is an illegal state it's a state that without established on the basis of occupying the land so out and out of usurping the bounds of the us as i love you all are controlling by force than on some others such as the old committing massacres against the palestinians you who were expelled. and base including muslims and christians to believe that they so for their strength on you just as he is were no justice remains remains of the work of the other side when even if he has a pulse as all the. progress of time does not set injustice into not does not be making them all just as bad if it's not how they feel about me for your house and i go ok call it the life force it doesn't become a minor in fifty or one hundred us just because i'm stronger than you and i've yet been able to ok call you on it doesn't get me that doesn't legalize my ownership of your house and these places are ideological of you and i mean those you are and we need for palestine for them for the palestinian people. that if we wanted syria
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ideal those combiner block ideologue she going to no one and it's a code reality some religious on the ground say that the only solution is we don't want to you know want to kill any one of them we can't afford to be treat anyone on just a name that came once and just just to be restored. only solution is the establishment one sunday one state on the land of palestine in which the magic muslims under jews and the christians and even though he is in a democratic state. any other solution. will simply not definable and in the worst case stand israel says it. is below and was fired rockets into israel a lot at sea between the areas is that true. it was. true of the prosecutor. you know even since nineteen forty eight when the
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state of israel was created on the land of palestine where israeli forces have been shelling civilians lebanese civilians in the boonies towns and lebanese villages. for the weapon in the in the resistance here that's between one thousand nine hundred. ninety two. after ten years of resistance. that we started reacting. the month earlier only and strictly to stop israel shelling our civilians so the one thousand nine hundred three there was an understanding. that it was in direct between the resistance and israel and the understanding. of ninety ninety six and that understanding that. makes clear that both sides of always shelling civilians and we always used to say if you don't quote the shell of it it just understands it and we have nothing to do with your villages and your tides so this message hezbollah resorted to egypt after
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the known years of aggression against lebanese civilians stop and its aim is. to make a kind of the terror and balance to prevent israel from killing lebanese people. according to wiki leaks cables coming out of the u.s. embassy. you see if you were shocked. about how corrupt his members are problematic because some of his book members were driving around in s.u.v.s all the issues he's wearing so curbs. you have to do not how do you have. buying takeaway food. and takeaway like nobody. is this a natural consequence of his beloved moving into electoral politics we didn't live in one. well and. what they said. about this
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this phenomenon is not correct this is the this is part of the room. they wanted to use to discredit his beloved stuff it's image this is anyway told me how to the media war against us and you know they talk about us they say. that we operate you know maffia organizations or. drug trafficking organizations around the world which even though you know religion and you know more readily this is absolutely one of the biggest fans that when something before i think ames they say a lot of things that are baseless and i wouldn't want to offend the first thing that this this thing is not correct. secondly on what they said recently what i say. it's just a very it's a limited phenomenon and the reason for it is that. there are some you know rich
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families which which were not which in the past were not supporting hezbollah or supporting it it's a lie or its ideology or its program and you know after two thousand and one when the resistance in that has a lot of hezbollah as a main purpose a component of the game resistance they managed to liberate seven on that was seen as a kind of miracle if it created a great shock in lebanese society my question. how quickly this small group like this just stand for thirty three days and face saying wish we had because the most powerful army in the region without being defeated when actually so there are groups inside syria that started considering themselves pro it was below zero zero zero zero zero zero zero zero zero zero zero zero zero supporters of hezbollah and they come from you know wealthy guy that would never ever live consistent with their. financial capability so you know it's it's it's you know this is they say
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this is the dominant move to his beloved it's not true i say this really confident and with that with information i've been saying a bunch of me this is not really a phenomenon that is there if you really think. why have you supported the arab spring in the news you. egypt and other countries both. in syria. clear reasons first and when the originally first principle you can want to interfere in the interference of arab states it's always been our policy without them have been developments and there of the world have been exposed very serious and very importantly to an extent that nobody really knew movement no party can just not take a position regarding them and. in syria everybody knows that this pressure that's that's regime obama for has supported their own for the
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resistance in lebanon supporting the resistance in palestine and as they take it to snopes backs down in the face of history being american pressure so it's a regime which serves the kind of thing and cause very well. what we call for in serious negotiation dialogue is the idea of reform actually reform is going to be carried out because the alternative to that are no way because of the first season but it was inside syria because of the sensitivity of the situation in syria they also just to push their way into civil war and this is exactly what america and israel want for syria. over the weekend over one hundred people to the fueling homes including a journalist i had dinner with a year ago it mary colvin i can understand your logic in saying that we should not just destroy a country for more than that and it is much good through. a country if possible
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does his book read line enough so-called if there are one hundred thousand people killed one million people killed when will his book say good. there is a lot. in the movie that from the beginning of the events in syria we've had encounters constant threats i made sure of that and we spoke as friends giving each other advice about the importance of carrying out reform is that right from the beginning i personally found that president assad was very wedding soon carried out radical and important might have missed this used to reassure us regarding the positions that we have but more than one occasion publicly i used to give speeches and saying this and say this and that and night and then in my meetings with various lebanese and arab and other political leaders no i said while in the same things that i am confident that president assad wants reform i think this and he will be ariad reforms realistic and genuine the above the opposition has to be
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increased entirely i'll say more than this this is the first time i say this we have contacts and even elements of the authorization much as you are to encourage their family and to facilitate the process of dialogue with the ratio of these countries to reject god and we're going to be right from the beginning of gone before the regime that this is going into is that you go reformist and prepare for dialogue imagine the other side you have an opposition is that which is not prepared for tell yourself and is not the would be it's not prepared to accept any reforms and what it wants is not your wish to bring down the regime just open up another thing maybe with use with what's happening in syria. has really made a left turn and then it will into law it's not just with one eye. remarkable seeing of the armed groups in syria with you have militant very many civilians. where do you see the syrian situation going what should we do. to stop it feeling.
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you have smokers about here understand why dialogue is very easy to talk about. practical measures for head on head with bloodshed occurring in syria. then the previous question there's something i didn't i didn't mention but i'll add it to this image of this onset that's certainly something that's often money to provide money to question whether hands which encourage fighting side syria and some of these arab countries in their own countries as well as from one side here there's a very serious. issue as well which is confined and we all heard him talk for a minute so what i mean. when he when he called for the fighting in syria. to arms and so so there are so there are fighters from outside who arrived in syria and others that have a following. from various countries. and they're trying to turn syria into
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a battleground. for countries that provide the wellness and money. would be able to get the opposition groups and their supporting to sit down at the table and result things but i think i said just a few days ago that said marathon for example is the he was prepared like this we have ten years in cairo in terms of foreign it's called dialogue with israel for tens of years nonstop it's just like everything that has risen in the region that there will be one year or three years and it's a good or even just a few months to talk for a political situation in syria and this just doesn't make any sense and it's unfair would you be willing for years or mediate between these opposition groups and the i said regime people trust that you are not an agent of the united states. that you are not an agent of the acid regime if they can be convinced. except through brokers. hazel but some of the experience of thirty years of hezbollah's
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life moves. over if it's just a friend of syria not an agent of syria. so you know there have been periods of lebanon's political and cheering which say our relationship to syria was not good we had problems even between us there were problems between early then and now those who used to benefit from political. influence of syria and lebanon they are now the ones who are out. there not posing us whereas we used to be under pressure from syria but we are friends we're not an agency about syria the various segments of the syrian opposition know that and all the political forces in the region know that it's not your friends that were. friends and that's a first but secondly what i said we support a political suggestion. and most certainly will be willing to accept any effort or
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any contribution and this chief sort of political solution to the person i said to him knew that with you we contacted some parties but they refused to get into it a try you know with the regime believe so any any group that wants i would probably dialogue with the regime and would like us to me to be go betweens well being of more than happy to mediate but we are asking others and you have to make their efforts to help to to to create separate political solution. i believe that these opposition groups would find his clothes grow more credible if you said to the syrian regime. we have a red line. is the syrian regime free to do or it was as far as his blood is concerned for are there some things that his blood will not accept. that he had and that yes for sure i think that president bashar assad has red lines and that
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our brothers in syria have red lines have you and we reaffirm these red lines that we should all know all the high price of the problem there he said there is fighting going on but and nobody accordingly when one side to the extreme the other one advances are lama and i have had this year so long as there to was transmitting a solution or slander closer than is going to happen this is going to continue because even if one party retreats the other one will. he zero has declared that it will agree if you can eyes the syrian regime anymore why has two zero taken this strong move to disconnect itself from syria because i believe. the position that was taken in choosing to support elsewhere maoist plays. on incomplete in construes i won't say incorrect i would say incomplete everywhere the
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bible of course and there's a there's even mistaken incorrect information which was presented chair advance and western governments when it was told when they were told that the regime is going to fall just within a matter of weeks so a lot of them wanted to be harnessed to this anticipated victory and i don't conceal also my belief that i think you have one or perhaps one which i love the reason for some of these positions taken on the left of us because the young man i knew government has faced tough tests and they believe that paints now's not the time to start getting into arguments with the us and the west and things like that and it's better to appease them and go along with them in a lot of these issues you have made a international media network united states is blocking how we are probably broadcasting in to us at the same time united states to clear. a you know free speech why do you think the us got good so scared over.
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we don't. want when they want to be able to tell people that one of us are in terrorism terrorism or some organizations if it kills them it murders but they want to take a listen to us from a higher for example if there was a just a trial then you and yet play a different name is defending venture have an opportunity to defend themselves if you want that i mean. the us administration. we are here accused but we don't even have been sending out very basic rights to be found to defend ourselves like the united troops were given arguments all the time to leave any impulse of the world on the lessons so they are preventing this from reaching so either as a leader in war. how did you manage to keep your people together i didn't face or be any far because the main thing as far as my concern is that we have an objective basis for the objective and subjective. human to no moral
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. one and faith based and patriotic one there is no debate about it this objective is to liberate our land from occupation and this is the this is the original reason the real reason why has been that was established in the first place and there's no dispute about this among lebanese when i'm with you we don't know want to be they don't want to get into government we cannot compete for political power the first time we entered the government you have a lebanese government was in two thousand and five and they were there was not in order to have a share of now a major project to protect the back of there is and so that this government government was there come two thousand wouldn't make any incorrect mistakes and against the resistance we have fears that i may have. when you have an objective correct objective and i make it my priority and i have always all of the rifle reason for the sake of this objective that i give everyone close to god and people
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cooperating fully achieve the objective until this moment we read off boyd getting in the polls in internal squabbles as far as we can but you can see there are many many issues and lebannon about which there are huge arguments and differences. we have points and sometimes even expressing all of you were taking a position so as not to get involved your morals and people our priority is still we'll have the liberation of our land and the protection of lebanon from the israeli threat because we believe that never no it's still faces threat. i want to go back to when you were four years you were the son greengrocer what was your first memory as a boy in this home in a man on and did these early memories affect your political thought. probably i think i'm not sure. when i was a child but it's
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a little child that i was born and lived and the. whole fifteen years since i was important in a neighborhood disliking being in. that high level much more in that neighborhood i had certain characteristics of the. environment. leaves an effect on one's most and as i say has a wonderful characteristics of this neighborhood is that was a poor. excuse to have missed. and it was. sunni muslims. it was christina romer the armenians there were kurds. and also there will be nice and palestinians i know so i was north american it's very mixed and very inflamed environment will probably acted so naturally this made this made me sort of concern.
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about. the injustice which the palestinian people had been subject to suit so i had on a very early awareness of that because the dumbest indians who were in our neighborhood when they were all expelled from their towns from haifa from mike from jerusalem from ramallah. this was the environment that i was born in and pull top. so using three of yours about israeli incursion and the christian this is interesting to me because i am an expert in corruption let me be of. the sheer and. extensive surveillance do you remember this story. of yes i was speaking. about how simplicity can defeat complexity. and for example working with the israeli forces. in that they use very sophisticated technology. to rid their weapons or in their communications.
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the resistance on the other hand is a popular resistance and some of that most of the young men in it are just ordinary french horns and they come from farms and small towns and they come from an agricultural community. and basically it's a they say they speak on ordinary walkie talkies. and there's no there's no complication about ted very very simple devices one of them but when they get the moment when they use code they simply use the kind of language that they kind of slang that's used in their villages and among their families so anyone listening. anyone listening sort of behind the surveillance devices and having whatever the computer is trying to you know trying to decode the names this kind of language they will never be sure there would be easily able to find out what this means and i said i'm listening for it for you. among these for the. most of the say for
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example they use certain words but the. gist of it is kind of times. you know good cooking codes and gone clean. they probably haven't even finished saying this room . you know the father of the chicken you know something like this you know it's like there are no history of any intelligence coming into this whole computer i mean there's things going to understand when the father of a chicken is and why they call him the father of the chicken and how they let me in private part of the so that's not going to do you any good reaching the summit who is the manhattan director let's. just make one very provocative course that it will read and. then just it is no political will it could now lay social in c.s.m.a. . you have forty against a hedge many of the united states isn't a lot of the notion of a god they ultimately super cops and wouldn't you as a freedom fighter also seek to liberate people from the totalitarian
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concept probably want to be called. we believe that god almighty work is the creator. of this existence and of human beings and of all created creatures. when we created us. gave us capabilities he gave us on some audience and so you know with the case of psychological and spiritual capabilities we call it instinct. people are in isolation it was all for well you know as a nation from religious laws they were just they have an instinct now to our community but we had an instinct to tell the truth they apparently instinct on the against controls and truth has a good time a little lying is bad justice is good that can justice is bad most are the that helping more people and i'm just not treating people and offending them it's
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a good thing i'm a lackey that attacking others and setting their blood this is horrible muscle power mad plus. a ratio of resisting well american here again many more missing ok racially resisting any attack against us or against our people here must love this is a moral issue and an instinctive one the law and a human one now god also want to look like the sensation so you know this is a. moral and human principle must somehow consistent we are still normal to have friends that you can see. the clock there every hammack religion started not just for power come up with anything that contradicts the mind on drugs and the human instinct because the creator of the religion is the same as the creator of the human rights and better things are very consistent. oh. we're
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never going to have in any country for you know if in the house or in the country i'm going to ferret you need is that's a recipe for a new way to be so how could the universe have been lost by one of the indians years know. that in such beautiful harmony ok i don't have more than one quarter but it was more than one cause it's already been torn to pieces you know so we have no evidence we don't need i would he did as he needed five to impose and religious belief on what he and i lead abraham the prophet abraham who i was always in favor of dialogue and showing evidence and we're all we're all followers of the prophet thank you say yes i'm lost cause you see enough for me i still feel sort. of. thank you thank you these are the interpreter is going to verify bosko them with me . i was given a. show for. sleep
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