tv Inside Story 2019 Ep 241 Al Jazeera August 30, 2019 10:32am-11:01am +03
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i'm gonna. actually. my next choice is a film called bungle which means wrestling the typical mainstream thing. but. i think the film is trying to see that you have to empower our girls and when you do that you know a girl is as good as a guy in every way and that's what the thrust of the film is. so you want to use another. word me so you know that. mr you know. an action figure man who is rather unusual he
is happy to train his daughters and wrestling take them for wrestling from village to village in the local market wrestling that happens in india it's called the gods . i think that whole mojave it is as a person i'm hoping will affect a lot of meals feeling and when i meet him and i spoke to him he said when i had my 1st daughter i felt happy and satisfied i didn't want any more children. because in india usually when you have a daughter that you want to know the child will be gets a boy and then another child looping it's a boy. in
a mission to sustain it's telling a story which needs to withhold it has wanted to put it is you know it's not just a morbid when i'm home it's a lot to do with a man his belief his love for the country itself both in the mindset of also sick to. be god in a box and you don't need to go. so i mean that inspiration coming from of a small town and achieving what they've achieved. i think that. the get if and make this because otherwise you would get a film which is very. where you play and. sing and that's not how i saw myself.
in most of the bad in india its like you should stay at home you should go inside you should do house then you should not go out. and get the opportunity to even go outside inside he. was very happy and then you see you had a politician thing that she went out at 7 pm 7 pm in the evening so it's ok today but the boys are being boys but how mentality like that that was very common stop.
then have to change the review but i would say it's not just the men i think it's anyone who has been thinking and even a woman would have to think. you have to understand that human beings should be due to the equal respect of love and i'm hoping that a lot of young girls will see hope. and get inspired from them you know be able to dream big and try and fulfill their dreams. if you're going. to be a church and. you know we've been growing up watching to see if we heed or smoking people start smoking if you know is reading is clear as in no other way they would be that probably somewhere in a small town
a father would say maybe he's right i think even i should promote my daughter or push my daughter to do whatever she wants maybe i think i should supporter because i'm a candidate. but . i spy with my little something see. i spy something. to. that bus. no individual can change society individuals can give way and yes and then it depends on the people the public on the governments on the bureaucracies on the
police or off them have to pull together in this in that each. am i bringing about change that's just treatment of me so i'm saying i'm attempting to change the look at things and feel about things but not from above and i don't want to have a log which tells you that do not kill your daughter i want you to emotionally. and in every other way. start feeling that you know i really love my court and i don't want to kill my daughter or the dog that i'm about i want to be looking forward to having a dog or change the way you feel towards a girl child. so i think we have gone through the various measures in the revealing of our children
and what kind of influences we expose them to what kind of creative writing we expose them to what kind of stories we tell them. ok now you know what i want to do i want to break the street. and we see the guy going oh you. know you know there are 4 children. would love to have a. good gift. police suspect
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interviews and in-depth reports they can live according to their traditions and that life is exceptionally al-jazeera has teams on the ground to bring you more award winning documentaries and denied me. the as. clear i'm fully back to this is in use our life for my headquarters in doha coming up in the next 60 minutes police in hong kong arrest prominent democracy activists joshua wong and the china. fighting iran the many city of aden exposes rests in the saudi
and iraqi coalition. at the u.n. the security council debates and resolution seeking a cease fire in the last rebel held off of syria and a former rebels in colombia threatening to resume their fights against the guy. the ad. thank you for joining as we begin with breaking news from hong kong this hour where prominent activists joshua walang and andy chan have been arrested it follows weeks of sometimes violent on thai government protests as speak to al-jazeera is wayne hay in hong kong 4 is away and what more you hearing about these arrests. will fully 1st of all joshua wall news coming out that he was arrested according to his policy very much a pro-democracy party here in hong kong that he was arrested at 7 30 in the morning local time so 2 and a half hours ago and is being held at
a police station on 3 separate charges his party not saying exactly what those charges zob he of course a very high profile pro-democracy activist and has been high profile throughout this current anti-government protest movement but he's not an organized or a leader all of that movement but he very much walls if we go back to 2014 when we had the upkeep i protest action on the streets of hong kong that lasted $79.00 days he was arrested for his role in those protests and spent some time in jail only being released in june this year after these current protests had already started and he chan is saying that he was detained at hong kong airport on thursday night he is the leader of a separate political party a party that is pro independence from china and is in fact now banned in hong kong because it's deemed a threat to national security he was arrested at the airport he saying as he was attempting to go on a trip to japan he is being held on suspicion of rioting and assaulting
a police officer so it's too early to say i think fall even if these 2 arrests links but certainly it comes to that at a sensitive time when the timing of their detention is suspicious to say the least a indeed dead end the question now being of course what impact what effect will these arrests have on upcoming protests the demonstrations in hong kong have been going on for several weeks now how will protesters be reacting to this news. well it certainly plays into their hands doesn't gives them more motivation as if they needed any we've got a very large protests planned for the next few days a rally planned on set today in the heart of hong kong a general strike has been called for monday tuesday next week so certainly it seems like we're heading for another period of volatility on the streets of hong kong but away from those. small protests are happening regularly in different parts of the
city and not everyone is happy about them oh my. god 000000 in the suburbs of hong kong people are tired tensions are being brought to the surface. ready for large scale protests and clashes with police opposing sides are coming together in smaller gatherings on an almost daily basis here handful of protestors fighting for democracy and a hong kong with less interference from beijing was confronted by a pro china group the young generation know nothing about politics nothing about history only money across the road from the shouting match a piece of hong kong far removed from the glitzy high rises in other parts of the city people have been coming to this gym for 50 years there are no frills here and little support for the protesters who they say a tearing hong kong apart. i fear the government i'm afraid of people people.
if you stand on that side. it will be arguing. and fighting something that that's what they make it's like make by the government. often protests break out for a few hours at night in suburban hong kong in this area protest is target a residential compound for police and other emergency services. they believe the police are now working for beijing and not the people of hong kong this is the same place during the day and there's no sign of any violence or tension people are living side by side with police officers and their family members but this is been a very unpredictable situation and it's more protests pop up in different parts of hong kong more people more communities are being affected by day the damage of previous nights is still evident there's no point fixing it yet trouble could break out again at any time on all sides people are growing weary after what's been
a long fight i just witnessed how kong came the go but today before i have it was then to get there is. the day with no end in sight to the protests it may be a long wait for those who want to see old hong kong return or those fighting for a new one to emerge. and just before i leave you fully some news coming through from the party of joshua wanted him a sister they are saying that another high profile member of their party has been arrested mr chow so certainly this is a developing situation and we'll keep an eye on it where the a way in her life or a stat in hong kong. in other world news battles around yemen sports city of aden a spose ingrowing rift in the saudi iraqi coalition the 2 countries have been fighting who the rebels in yemen since 2015 inches recognize the president of yemen abd drabble months so hard he has urged sound arabia to intervene to stop the u.s. military from attacking government forces in iran dayton the u.a.e.
says if their force has been targeting terrorists following attacks on coalition forces agency airport the saudis and the iraqis are in yemen's war but they have backed rival factions in the battle for aid in the u.a.e. supports separatists who want to make southern yemen an independent country as it was prior to 990 while the government troops are backed by assad eurabia where had he lives in exile alexia bryan reports. this is said to be the aftermath of immorality strikes in aden yemen internationally recognized government is furious the u.s. bombed its positions. allowing separatists to retake territory that lost a saudi government forces 24 hours earlier both sides pulling in reinforcements to battle over a divided southern city in a country fractured by years of war. aided and governorates
a safe now we're dealing with some pockets and terrorist hideouts which are sadly involved with what is called the legal government. yemen's government can damage the u.a.e. bombing of its forces saying it had caused hundreds of deaths and injuries in a statement its defense ministry seders held the emirates responsible for what it called a blatant aggression and president. urged saudi arabia to intervene. to separate us from the southern transitional council a pass at the saudi iraqi coalition that's fine the rebels less than 3 weeks ago they took over the city of 8 in the state of the saudi backed internationally recognized yemeni government. on wednesday government forces took the nearby coastal town of zinjibar before pushing into aden on thursday though they withdrew again president had he said it was to spare the city and its people blow out label of not only our situation is good in the troops morale is high we're heading to.
and we will free every inch of the southern territory the violence has exposed an apparent rift in the saudi u.a.e. coalition each country backing opposing sides in southern yemen which was a separate country until $990.00 the saudis and the marauders are divided on this issues because for this from a saudi perspective what they had always wanted is to ensure that they are not the threat that can operate across the border and launch attacks or its rocket attacks or or drone attacks into saudi arabia what the united arab emirates wants to do instead of course is to establish an independent southern state and these 2 objectives to do not align with the any governments asked for the united nations to meet on the iraqi strikes 60000 people have left the city attains of thousands remain in harm's way as the fighting intensifies brian al jazeera. sami handy as
a middle east analyst and editor of the current affairs magazine international interests he explains what is causing the refs in the saudi and their r.t. coalition i think it's important to understand that the u.a.e. have been backing the son of separatist for quite some time and we're talking actually a few years now when hamad bin zaid initially wanted to back the certain separatists he went to been sent men and he told him listen bin cement there are only 2 powers that can fight the hutus on the ground realistically the other is slower the muslim brotherhood who do you eat despise with the venom and there are the sudden separatists when the saudis expressed concern and indeed internationally recognized government expressed concern that the u.a.e. were backing the sun the separatists been zaid would tell been sent men that this is the lesser of 2 evils and that he could handle the independence movement since then the u.a.e. has been going around the ports within southern yemen taking over those ports taking over psychiatrist essentially expanding its maritime policy once it's cemented that it gave it fulfilled its promise to the so the separatists and allow them to take over added now the problem here is that it's very interesting to hear
the calls in saudi to intervene implying saudi hasn't done enough to intervene against the u.a.e. because essentially the saudis now are in a very strange situation they don't want to throw away their lives with the u.a.e. they realize is a humiliating situation for them and now been cement is caught in this very hesitant situation in the beginning when the southern separatists are being driven back after they took added initially been so many rode the wave he sort of the yemeni parties united so he decided to back them in knew that they would retake i don't so he wanted to be able to say i supported you in this now the son of separatists are taking the territory again from adnan taking over territory against saudi arabia is not sure whether to support that because we have to ask you question what do you even dare to launch air strikes against groups backed by saudi they wouldn't unless they knew that saudi was hesitant unless they knew that saudi was contemplating letting go of their support for the international recognized government. and for more on the war in yemen in the battle for aden check out our
special page at al-jazeera dot com who's fighting who and who is fighting who in this conflict it's at 0 dot com. now the u.n. security council is considering a draft resolution calling for a truce to prevent more violence in northwestern syria the 15 member council wants a deal for province where government forces backed by russia are pushing into rebel territory the only ground they still hold the u.n. says since april more than 550 civilians have been killed and about 400000 more have been displaced mike hanna has more from the u.n. yet another draft resolution introduced in the council calling for a cease fire calling to for the enforcement of all previous resolutions but the council remains deeply divided russia continues to back the assad government insisting that the.