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tv   Prime Interest  RT  July 5, 2013 2:44am-3:01am EDT

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you know usually around to the tundra. the thunder is just nice cato's i don't know how people can live there to get in there no t.v.'s in the tent how can i send my child to boarding school i won't be able to sleep at night after that. they enter a life without knowledge of how to do basic things they don't get that in school. real damage and complexity of this oil spill was not something you can grasp just by looking at dirty birds we have between four to five million people in this directly affected area of the coast and it's pretty clear why it's not being reported because b.p. can't afford to have a reported all along the gulf coast are clean they are safe and they're open for business if b.p. is the single largest oil contributor to the pentagon the us war machine is heavily
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reliant upon b.p. and their oil this is a huge step backwards for the marker c. it's a step forward for oligarchy carex it is toxic is a look a lot like spraying and. it was it was not a picture that either the government or b.p. really wanted to have out there i don't want dispersants to be the agent. of this bill's. got the. day i didn't ask him hey i. am. wrong.
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welcome back to sophie and co now apart from egypt syria is another very contested issue at the moment and we talk to her while highness princess boss not been so what you're well highness you are
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a saudi princes who grew up in lebanon and is how syrian the syrian conflict must also be a very personal thing for you know what's your take on the whole thing definitely it's a you know i can never distance myself from my origins of my mother's actually background my family in syria i have a big event in syria that is suffering right now along with millions of other syrians i am here and i my heart goes to all the syrians including my family including that i feel i have seen on the borders of jordan and of lebanon and my heart goes out to the governments who are responsible about such horrendous. genocide and i really mean genocides i've been there i've seen what is happening over there children are being slaughtered on the street and they're crossing the borders what do you mean under government i mean all the governments of the word
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whoever it is has that it has at its sponsibility about this thing about either the opposition or the government both of them and the games themselves and i think both of them if they have listened to reason before it at a head of broke loose we wouldn't be seeing ten million refugees on the borders it's been a head game by both parties the opposition and the government and i think we we we should just sit down in that event and think of. who is. benefiting from all this i'm sure the syrian people are not benefiting because i've been there i've talked to these refugees to talk to my family on a daily basis definitely that not happy from the situation and they say on a daily basis that if i can go back to my country i don't care what happens over there i don't care who rules as long as i want as i go back to under my roof this
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is the song that i've been hearing from mothers from wives from children. over the borders from the head of the tribes on the borders also of syria and jordan and whoever is really transmitting the picture in the media from both sides from the government or from. the opposition i'm not seeing what's happening down the street or they choose not to see it because it's really a tragedy it's a human tragedy more than you ever saw in afghanistan and iraq it's it's. it's a mass genocide and that's what i want you know rather than the west it all comes down to shoot what do you think should assad go. when it's a very hard question to ask on air i'll tell you something i'm not with us and i'm not thinking i'm not to the opposition and i'm not against them i'm with the people
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of syria whatever they see it in choose. to have should have we should not be putting. an arms inside syria syria should solve its problems on its own look we we we should say to every country in the world they should everybody should choose their own country their own government their own solutions nobody should put his leg. other people's problems but unfortunately it seems like in case of syria they really don't have much say in what happens to them i mean about syrian people and that's a bet says a lot about both sides it says a lot about the opposition and that says a lot about the government. so i would i wouldn't be choosing either of them actually to be to be the spokesman of the syrian people and what about lebanon when
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you talk it's a global thing what's going to happen in lebanon because people always talk about lebanon and how beautiful multiethnic it was back in the seventy's and that's also under threat of extinction right now especially with syria. have you know lebanon has been the field for everybody since a long time for the palestinians for this is that eight is for the sea it is the feeling for every single war everybody fires his own battles on the land of of lebanon the most beautiful country in the world was and you know i grew up in lebanon and i grew up in those beautiful mountains and those in a society that didn't even know what religious. sects ordered. rather than actually being christian or being a muslim or to being whatever they have peace of besides themselves and when the game. started and lebanon and nine hundred seventy five and
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the army has engaged with a pretty. it started as an argument and it ended in a civil war so i think this doesn't happen actually just by accident it just happens by. very. clearly to. take the war for the head and that's why the civil war this state endeavored and for twenty years don't even think the war has ended and lebanon is just a continuous war but in a different phase and a different face how do you regard saudi society right now because i remember you say that it is more backward for lack of a better word than it was an eighty's every year that passes i see things going back more and more back was the time. i really. i'm really impressed by. two years ago his policies his governess of the of
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the society of so i did it took the woman straight ahead he put it on t.v. he has turned his death into those voices of extremists who would according to. to favor the woman you know really. imprisoned them behind closed doors. he did not listen he went along with his agenda i thought it was. the court. that people would not use to and so he was acting as the bedouin who really was taught. as its basic form and any university that taught you extremism and how to treat people in a very extremist way if it were up to you would be the first thing that you would
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change for women in saudi arabia. the very first thing well. the very first thing is just establish. a woman a woman you know recognize in women as a human being. having. put it on that list. of equal. and punishment and rights this is the first thing i would call for. rewriting of the. constitution or writing a constitution that because you have laws we don't have a constitution you are a very outspoken person how does the saudi royals react to that aren't you afraid that you may be called back to saudi arabia and punished for what you're saying or for you for what you're fighting for i do not if. if you go out
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afresh and you say something. for the just as a truth i'm not fighting said it i'm not fighting the law and i'm not fighting the government i'm not fighting the king i'm not fighting anything i'm going to quote unquote reform that's what i'm calling for i'm not going to put of evolution i respect my kink i respect my government for the government for the very wise men and. that is a lot and a lot of men and women and my family and the government that know and exercise what i say what i'm calling for is the reform of the existence of them so there is no actually in my heart whatsoever of saying the truth and calling for the truth and if you go back to assad did it be a government. there is a lot of misjudgment about i would country there is a lot of misjudgment about the people who come out in the media because that is so
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many to what's going on in our societies now everything is being unveiled. i can go on twitter and see what people talk about and i'm what i'm a tree to so you would really get to the core of the problem i'm not afraid of that because my family i'm not the monster as people are trying to draw and i'm a group of that i've been writing in my country for seven years and the same subject that i'm talking about right now and the king was all for it and he encouraged me to save my own mind he was never actually against me and he never did was and he's not he's not right now there was i would be i would have been stopped a long time ago i'm going in florida form and the executional. level not on the operating level and everybody knows that you're on mine and unfortunately where you're out of time but it was really really wonderful to speak
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to you but thank you thank you that was her royal highness saudi princess abbas not being solid and sophie and i will see you next time. questions for people in positions of power instead of speaking on their behalf and
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