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spiritual canonical as more than 2000000 gathered for one of the world's largest pilgrimage. and support man city began their defense of their english premier league title but their manager is not happy details coming up. pilgrims and mike are climbing mount arafat on the 2nd day of high as they will pray and recite the koran before performing the stoning of the devil ritual more than 2000000 people are in saudi arabia for their religious gathering as one of the 5 pillars of islam abbas sponsor cars a visiting researcher on islamic studies at george mason university he joins us from atlanta we appreciate your time so much in an ideal world one's faith one's religion is not a politicized thing but it is it is often politicized by countries and sometimes by individuals it we can't muslims with
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a broad brush but having said that at this time of year how would you say muslims are approaching considering everything that's going on between saudi arabia iran and various other countries. well i'm glad you bring it out for me the hog's pilgrimage really signifies a time of global muslim unity that represents the unity of humanity and pilgrims really are deeply impacted and have in the framework the human suffering that is actually taking place as a result of all of this political fallout as you know it's never the leaders of the of these political feuds that actually suffer but it's the average civilians it's the widows it's the children it's the orphans and so people walk into the house with this framework they actually they actually you know reenact the the suffering of mother hagar and and his smile lost in the desert and so they recall the sufferings so they walk in with the political framework and a spiritual framework but they bracket concrete politics as in the church or and in
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some ways might it make some muslims claim even more to their faith because of other things that they may be disillusioned about or are sad about well i believe that the muslims that are there are engaging in spiritually mindful of the season and they are they are looking for spiritual renewal connection with god seeking god's intervention seeking god's mercy and forgiveness as they try to repair some of the broken wounds that are that are taking place you know all across the world and so definitely this is a time of heightened heightened faith not just for those suffering but for those who are empathising with those suffering and people right now are deeply concerned about what's happening in yemen yemen in a daily basis the world is all almost forgotten about the terrible toll on syrian refugees as well as now it's happened to the kashmiris not to mention the palestinian struggle that's ongoing so so people bring this framework into their
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mindset as as they reform this pilgrimage. we appreciate your time very much thank you thank you. our testers are occupying the arrival area of hong kong's international airport for a 2nd day or planning to stay there for the rest of the weekend to make people flying into the territory aware of their dispute with the government the protests have plunged the city into its most serious political crisis in decades and more than a 1000 protesters are marching in typo in the north of hong kong the demonstrations organizer had called the event off on friday after it was banned by police but marchers forged ahead anyway police have formed a blockade in front of the protesters rob mcbride is live for us in hong kong so robert are the protests as intense today as they have been in previous days. it's been a strange old day of protest this is an ever changing movement as the protesters
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want which i'll explain a little more in in a minute we are in a place called typo it's a medium sized town up in the new territories as it's known close to the border with mainland china until about a half an hour or so ago this whole section of highway was completely full of protesters. all the way down to barriers that they had constructed for the down there opposite them was a put the police line of riot police where everybody was expecting there was going to be some sort of clash and then just as quickly as they arrived the word went around the wall knows exactly where these words originate from they say is as we know meant to be a leaderless movement everybody said no we're going somewhere out there to a place called highway it's a couple of stops down on the train so they have vanished disappeared and have moved down there and leaving behind the barricades that they had spent the last hour or 2 building we often see this when they move into places believe along roads
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they quickly strip these barriers off the sides of the roads and they become very adept at using plastic ties and then to create these barricades moving straight across the road that's what we're left with here but no protesters they are down in this place called thai way that's where we will go to next as the long with the rest of the media who are following them to see what they do next and then some of them have said that after that they may go back to hong kong airport where they have this continuing rolling protest that goes through today saturday into tomorrow sunday trying to tell busy visitors to hong kong about their campaign michel ok. and do we anticipate hearing and many more from carrie lamb it seems that the things that she has been saying have not been really being received very well. that's right everybody is still rather stunned by the content to press conference
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she gave friday evening here maybe she thought it was a way that she could maybe defuse the situation somewhat speaking out very much for the business community of hong kong as we know it's. very much on business it's a business oriented city but she didn't address any of the key demands the cool demands of the protesters they still have this list of 5 demands which they say have to be max all these protests will go on i think from the government's point of view their hope is that they will just exhaust themselves and as we've seen more violence creep into these demonstrations and also seeing it increase the impact on business because business is taking a big hit from this that gradually public support will away in a way and that's the the the strategy it seems of the government is just to hunker down and just to try to wait this out and hope that the school calendar year which
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kicks in later this month will take a lot of these mainly students back to their colleges resell ok ron the bright line for us in hong kong rob thank you for palestinians had been killed near the gaza israel border and video that appears to show flares being fired in the air in the southern area instead as israeli soldiers shoot at the men israeli army says the palestinians were armed and attempted to breach the border and inside the rebels say they have launched another 2 drone attacks on an airport and sather in saudi arabia a spokesman for the group says the strikes hit a fueling station at a airport and targeted a monitoring tower disrupting flights it's the latest in a series of drone attacks by the who peace in recent days. and the u.n. secretary general says states deeply concerned about violence in yemen southern port city of aden fighting between us back separatists and government troops has continued for a 3rd day for the ports have at least 25 people killed and her chapelle has more.
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as some residents of aden remain trapped in their homes to try and stay away from street battles they're finding little protection at least 4 people were killed in southern separatists shelled this residential area north of the city and a 3rd day of fighting with the presidential guard the u.a.e. back separatists and the saudi backed government troops are believed to be targeting each other with heavy weapons in a power play for the city. the u.n. secretary general is calling on the parties to engage in an inclusive dialogue to resolve their differences and address the legitimate concerns of all yemenis and he says the conflict in yemen can only be resolved through a political solution. on friday the commander of the presidential guard brigadier general sana was filmed visiting the city center as was honeybun break the deputy chairman of the southern transitional council who visited wounded troops in hospital an even break has become
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a central figure in the rebellion on august 1st the who attacked a military parade and. killing scores of new recruits many are all youth facing here shortly before his death was a top commander of the security belt a u.a.e. trained paramilitary force at his funeral there was an exchange of fire between the s.t.c. aligned fighters and the presidential guards honeybun break then accused hardy's forces of playing a role in the attack and on wednesday called on southern separatists to march on the presidential palace and topple the internationally recognized government of president i'll drop a monster hadi the glue that i've been at all he and the security forces are supported by the u.a.e. which announced its withdrawal from yemen last month how does government has accused him of fomenting sedition saying this will only serve the who these they remain in control of the capital sana despite more than 4 years of war by the saudi u.a.e. coalition residents there received some good news on friday the world food program
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has reached a deal with the who peace to resume food aid next week peace said we will resume food distribution following the festival for the 850000 people in sana city who have not received food russians from be for the last 2 months. the past few days have raised fears that yemen's war may be evolving into something even more complicated with rival factions vying to control its future and how does. libya's u.n. recognize government says it's open to observing a ceasefire during the 4 day 8 oughta hell of holiday that is starting on saturday the un mission in libya earlier requested the break in all still days including a ban on airstrikes it's calling on fighters loyal to war a lot of hard to agree but they have yet to comment on harsh forces have been attempting to take the capital city tripoli and while 80 migrants have been saved by a french run rescue ship off the coast of libya
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a group doctors without borders posted photos of the migrants being ferried from entering the italian interior minister material sabine he says he is preparing to ban the ship from entering a tie in waters under a new government decree the vessels owner could be fined about a $1000000.00 and other $45.00 people have been rescued by the libyan coast guard in waters near tripoli. pollution from chemical plants in tunisia is causing devastating damage to land and sea that's according to environmental groups and the warning comes as the country plans to increase its export of phosphates by 50 percent the chemical was mainly used and fertilizers teva taters in the coastal city of nablus which has seen some of the worst of the pollution. this is where he says he was once considered as a world heritage site by the united nations it borders a baby that was a rich spawning ground marine life in the mediterranean but ammonia now hangs in the air above the palm trees as this chemical complex vents the toxic gases
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produced by using so if you were to process phosphates. nasy her head see association formed to defend the u.s. says he describes what's happening here as an act of industrial terrorism from up by over we're getting diseases of all kinds like lung cancer cancer of the nose and sort brisk winds are we being people every day because of these diseases. 13000 tons of chemicals and we start channelled into the bay through this train every day it's making a desert out of the sea floor the residents here say before the chemical plants began operating the sea was so close the fish used to jump into the fields and their children used to swim amongst its problems i've been standing by this river of toxic sludge for just over half an hour now already my eyes are stinging in my
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throat feels wrong or it's been flowing into the sea behind me for more than 40 years it's killing everything it touches the locals have a name for it it's called the fatal shore you don't see any crabs here nor any bird life above its hauntingly empty only occasional pool with an algal bloom a line of black slime shows the high water mark the tunisian chemical group which runs the complex claim they are taking measures to tackle the pollution abdel heloc has seen his living as a fisherman destroyed by the chemicals washing into the bay and his own health ruined by this city gas plumes he's now suffering from cancer of the colon is boats is rotting in the harbor which is becoming a graveyard for the trawlers any hope of a future has gone. the neighboring port transporting phosphate to the world though has never been busier. mean that the sport has ruined everything it's polluted the
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ear and the egret culture and is lead to a desert for cation of the marine life in one of the main parks in the city of god as graffitti warns of dangers of pollution a device which actually monitors the gases has been broken for years now. it's hanging in a road cold environment of a new hard way down it's a large rubbish dump an old rusting cars. many here say the whole city seems to have lost hope david chase al-jazeera gulbis at least 13 people have been killed by a landslide in china after super typhoon like he may hit its eastern coast about a 1000000 people have been forced from their homes after it made landfall in the province of synching there's been widespread power outages and more than $200.00 houses have just collapsed the storm is now expected to move up the east coast towards shanghai and a landslide triggered by monsoon rains has struck
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a village in eastern man mark killing at least $22.00 people and entering nearly 50 teams are retrieving bodies and searching for more survivors officials believe up to 100 people could still be missing. and much more on the weather with kevin still ahead also on al-jazeera and how the u.s. trade war but china could provide a windfall for mexico. plant might already think hannett are struggling to get a life saving stem cell treatment. and the sport of former golfing world number one is looking in good shape to end a 2 year trophy drought the whole we'll have all that and it.
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we do want to update you on what is happening with our leukemia right now we did make landfall as richelle said just after midnight on saturday morning and the storm is weakening rapidly right now i want to put this into motion and there it is making its way towards the coast of china as we put this into animation and we are now talking about a typhoon that is at the lowest category of being a typhoon almost making towards tropical storm strength we also have crossed out here in the pacific i'll talk about that in just one moment we do have winds right now $129.00 s. 120 kilometers per hour gusting to about $148.00 now the storm is picking up speed as it is moving towards the north the biggest problems over the next $2.00 to $3.00 days is going to be the mana rain that the storm does produce over the region pass in shanghai as well as towards the northern areas also affecting parts of north korea as well we could be seeing anywhere between $2250.00 millimeters of rain over the next few days now cross is also making its way towards the north we do think the storm is going to weaken just a little bit it's the same intensity as leukemia is but we do expect this to become
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a tropical storm but over the next few days the storm is going to make its way towards the north picking up strength again and possibly by the time we get towards tuesday we could be talking about a typhoon that is making its way towards the southern part of japan of course this is a long way out we'll be watch for any changes that do happen to that. weather sponsored by qatar airways. i was raised in france. these are my grandparents. these are my parents and this is me and. fighting both isis and the us on. the 1st of a 2 part epic tale of the remarkable simony. the father the son and the jihad caught one on al-jazeera.
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was last. edging out to syria let's recap the top stories right now a fuel tanker has exploded in tanzania and at least 60 people have been killed a truck that overturned in crowds arrive to gather at the leaking fuel. a lockdown
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is back in force for many people in indian administered kashmir after thousands marched in srinagar the rallies after friday prayers ended with police firing tear gas in some areas and programs and back are climbing mount arafat on the 2nd day of more than 2000000 people are in saudi arabia for their religious gathering. there's been a series of explosions at 2 russian military installations the state nuclear company says 5 of its staff were killed in iraq an engine exploded while radiation levels temporarily rose in towns and northwest russia the military has blamed lightning for another blast at a depot in siberia shelob ellis reports an investigation tame meets near a military facility in russia's far north moscow says they're investigating the explosion of a rocket engine at noon your site is used for testing missiles for the russian navy russia's state nuclear company staff members died in the blast well u.s.
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analysts suggest it was likely a new nuclear powered cruise missile president putin said russia was producing in march last year the united states formally withdrew from the. intermediate range nuclear forces treaty with russia last friday russia's defense ministry said no dangerous substances were released in the explosion where the local authorities closed waters north of the site to shipping for a month greenpeace cited government data showing a radiation spike 20 times above normal in the city 30 kilometers from the test site some of. the biggest threat is the release of radioactive substances on the inhabitants of a settlement located next to that military base nevertheless for the inhabitants of serve road beings a city they could also be a danger depending on what kind of substances were released and whether they reached the town. residents took no chances they bought medical i or doing known to block the absorption of radiation. event have shaken up the whole town people
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started to panic within a matter of an hour although i you didn't and i you didn't continue drugs were sold out. yes. 4000 kilometers away in eastern siberia another explosion at a military ammunition dump site the government blamed it on lightning. there was a big explosion i saw a colored mushroom cloud it was very bright i was slammed by a door that sent me flying. a fire triggered powerful explosions at the facility on monday it was home to more than 40000 tillery show thousands of residents were evacuated. russians in both regions are now demanding transparency from authorities and the potential risks posed by the blasts.
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defense and military analysts say joins us from moscow now how confident are you that outside of moscow any one way able to be able to really figure out what happened and have confidence in the information they're getting. well there seems to be quiet cover up about what was happening in the north near severed viens because that was a kind of experiment though very new weapon apparently or parts of it be tested when the most i could have those weapons that president vladimir putin announced on march the 1st they deemed those wonder weapons with new queer reactors onboard which turned out the most times we were not actually reactors but. as a top batteries and what happened there seems to be like an explosion of a so-called dirty bomb that there was
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a chemical explosion at the dispersed very highly radioactive material that's left but they thought you said this involves highly radioactive material 1st they said 2 people perished down they say 5 maybe more and they have been reports that some of the injured were brought to moscow to a special facility where they treat acute radioactive sickness and so maybe more will die it's not clear where the radioactivity was this was dispersed with how much went into the air and how much went apparently into the sea into the water but these were made be talking about rather long living and very very radioactive compound compounds that are going to be and then vironment those who hazard for a lot of time so yes so if this isn't dealt with properly what might the consequences . be it could continue things be happening as a possible that the russia could be dealing with this properly in their own way
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just not giving out proper information because when it behooves them to deal with that dangerous situation properly. almost likely they're trying to do what they can but there are a soviet russian style where a crime thing down and then he kind of free you information and so everything just saying everything's fine it's clear that it is not fine. of course watts or fell out on the ground can be removed water got into the water is in the water it will get into marine life and the white sea is a very fertile marine source of marine wife friend of food and other things and fish and whatever this may be get continue to distribute it within the population the population should know where the hazards are so this should be really opened up and the i start these right now are citing
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a national security i'm not saying anything much at all ok pablo felgenhauer i appreciate your expertise surance i thank you place in kurdistan have raided a t.v. station and by a former president almas back by a have has arrest on thursday has raised fears that instability and a potential power struggle with the current leader or cardinally reports. is also an error and ordered out stuff at the t.v. station owned by curtis transform the president sent in the latest move against on months back i 10 they have. he was arrested in his home last week. that this followed a violent confrontation between his supporters and police one officer was killed and dozens injured. attend b.f. remains in police custody after failing to cooperate in a criminal case attendee of
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a previously been accused of corruption in parliament stripped him of immunity after he fell out with presents a room by jean because. a 10 b.f. who served 20 eleventh's 2017 rejects the charges and accuses the authorities of a piece of office looking to capitalize on the political fallout a more back. he's a former presidential contender and his return to the country after fleeing 2 years ago when he was accused of inciting ethnic hatred. i want to note the arrival of bob and off won't destabilize the situation now everyone is looking for the next parliamentary election and 2020 political parties including president jeenbekov and baba knobs will unite for the sake of stability the timing is perhaps coincidental the same day as bob return from moscow russia's prime minister made a scheduled visit to the country. achieved. in my opinion it's obvious that in the
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21st century kurdistan has reached its limit for revolutions and it would be really bad if these events resulted in any political and consequently economic instability in the country but it's. the former soviet nation has seen 2 former leaders to post an uprising since 1991 many in the capital bishkek 5th the political fallout. i want to address both jane because of the tom by of police sort all your issues without involving the people we're tired of political tensions and instability in. the month of august is the business period for tourism and reordered work and business will be affected. and there's no sign that the political tensions willies. attendee of support is a founding father protests and there are fears the country could be thrown into turmoil. al-jazeera. and pakistan there have been large protests against
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n.d.s. move to strip minister of kashmir autonomy and foreign minister is now back from china after seeking beijing support against india's move to strip away the region's autonomy of a report from. freedom at any cost that's the most popular slogan in pakistan administered kashmir. and many towns and cities throughout the region. to protest infuriated at india's decision to remove the special status and the military lockdown of the muslim majority region there were these large muslim i don't go $12000000.00 muslims have been made hostages we appealed to amnesty international the organization for islamic cooperation and all human rights organizations have to take notice of these indian violations and plans to replace them with the majority within those. students who are among the younger voices civil society leaders see the government and by this fund administered kashmir
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should support their plan to cross the line of control the border which separates kashmir. nor do all students young old and children watched the line of control on aug 15th we will reach for a new car and stand with our kashmiri brothers their. anger to what some see is the belated response of pakistan's government they want prime minister iran can to do more. resolutions and cutting off trade ties will not a freak me out for the last 72 years they have been presenting resolutions they destruct trade for a vehicle to and then there were lessons are back to normal we demanded they are the reached the other side themselves or let us go there. protesters took to the streets in other parts of pakistan as well workers for the ruling very good software he rallied in favor of the government's decisions it is. downgraded diplomatic ties with india to trade and stop bus and train services it's also stepped up diplomatic efforts to shore up support for mr show mehmood qureshi visit
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to china the 3rd party involved in the disputed kashmir himalayan region china says it's all to concerned about the situation in kashmir and asked all parties to avoid unilateral actions india's army commanders accused pakistan of creating threats in kashmir a spokesman said anyone attempting to destroy peace in the kashmir valley will be in his words eliminated walkathons army says its response will be harsher than going to trial down an indian jet in case there is military involvement as pakistanis continue to protest against what they call an exciting of a disputed region the united nations is aiding both sides to differing from changing the status of kashmir some of a jar with al-jazeera with pakistan administered kashmir and the us president has call for what he calls commonsense solutions to trask on violence made a calmness almost a week after 31 people were killed in 2 national things in texas and ohio
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frankly we. intelligence background ok this is a. republican or democrat i will tell you folks. yesterday he's totally on board he said i've been waiting for your ball totally on board to. me by friends of mine but pretty hard line senators we don't want. guns in the hands of the wrong i think. the republicans are going to be. along with the democrats. prosensa lamie has more. president trump has yet to specify what he means by quote intelligent background checks but the fact that he is even considering gun control legislation is a shift for him and the republican party the national rifle association heavily supported the president in the last election and the n.r.a.
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has come out against these background checks they say they wouldn't have helped in the el paso shooting situation they would have prevented that from happening and while the majority of americans say that they would support universal background checks republicans and democrats according to polls republicans just haven't been willing to go there in the past in fact earlier this year the democratic controlled house of representatives passed a bill that called for universal background checks but it went nowhere in the senate the republican leadership didn't advance it now however the republican leadership in the senate mitch mcconnell is saying that this issue will be front and center when congress comes back from its summer recess that's not fast enough for democrats who wanted to take this up right away and call a special special session some of them also want assault weapons bans and are skeptical that republicans are serious about meaningful change but again the fact that they're even discussing a form of gun control is
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a shift south korea's military says north korea has fired what appears to be true short range ballistic missiles from its eastern coast into the sea last week north korean leader kim jong oversaw similar launches he says the test or a warning to the u.s. and south korea over their joint military drills u.s. president earlier said he received what he called a quote very beautiful letter from kim and that he wasn't bothered by the recent launches. tariff orbiting united states and china has created new trade benefits for other countries one of the biggest winners appears to be mexico and lower ports from mexico city. mexico has taken the top spot among the united states is international trading partners.


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