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tv   World Stories - Denmark bans full-face veil  Deutsche Welle  August 6, 2018 4:02am-4:16am CEST

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entered the conflicts confronting the powerful i test the convictions and the values of the power of confronting them said i will draw all those people with other people's lives in their hands out of conference or. how good the arguments of my guests. are just excuses. conflicts on confronting the powerful song t w. this week on world stories. spain calling time on franco. a bedouin village versus israeli settlement policy we begin in denmark where the
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authorities have opted to forbid the wearing of the muslim veil and indeed the burka it's all about women's rights says the government but others are not so sure . done to my. handing out flyers sara wants to fight for her faith twelve years ago she made the decision to bail her face but from now on she'll be breaking the law. but i feel very disappointed i feel like i thought we lived in a free society where people can believe what they want and they can wear whatever they want as long as they don't hurt other people born in denmark and raised by turkish parents sarah and her fellow activists are complaining while they still can trying to win support for a demonstration and they're getting that support i think it's a violation of human rights just one other time when men are deciding what women are supposed to be wearing it. thank you kind of pushing them more away from
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society and it's important that. you accept that there is like a cultural difference in parliament sara has an appointment with one of the initiators of the pan mats for leader of the governing liberal party is convinced that the cop has to be prohibited even though fewer than two hundred women are affected they find no middle ground. you're very ignorant about as well as i'm sure we are all over the loss of this a sign saying we don't know why we're all i'm saying we love why we need to let her think the values i'm saying we live in denmark it's very sad in denmark we have to defeat them of religion. the discussion escalates into an argument formats the kneecaps stance for the oppression of women that's why he thinks it should be banned. the cop in the shop on the commons all of that thought all instruments. to an end and that end is so for control
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of women and the not occasion of the female gender and we want to fight that the ban on face coverings is one of several lawless the government says it has introduced to integrate immigrants some critics say it will only divide society further and in the end to veil so rarely seen in the streets of denmark. sarah describes the makeup as a sign of religious humility but if she remains faithful to her beliefs she faces a difficult future in denmark her ideal of religious freedom could end in isolation within her own four walls. division when village of qana i'll ask my lies within the west bank most of which is controlled by israel the villagers have been ordered to take down their homes the authorities say the people who live there were never granted permission to build this time fast running out residents are becoming desperate. to small bedouin
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village of qana is threatened with demolition. this is what eat them east tensions sheep and goats in the occupied west bank a few kilometers outside jerusalem. for years he's fought in court against the demolition orders issued by the israeli military but in may the israeli supreme court gave the go ahead for the village to be raised it was the final appeal. here and the people here are very worried and afraid that they were hoping that the international community would help them. but after everything that happened they became frustrated and desperate just. about one hundred eighty people that's thirty five families live in the village which israel says was built illegally but for palestinians the required building permits are almost impossible to obtain in the israeli controlled areas see in the west bank in this decision and it's written and
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signed by three judges that the only argument the court will deal with is a question if the buildings here and the school building permits and as we all know they did not have been it permits because the state was never giving building permits in areas to bedouins so this is a way to push it out of here but israel has meanwhile approved more housing units in nearby jewish settlements human rights groups say that moving the bedouin population against their will amounts to forcible transfer contrary to international law. could totally reject the allegation that this is a transfer of people in the occupied territory. the fact that the territory is disputed that the status of these territories. means that people are allowed to settle. in a legal way. the school financed with european funds will also be demolished during
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the summer it's open for children to play it's the only nearby school for most of them especially the girls of the bedouin communities scattered around the area. the residents will be relocated to a different site most villagers have already said they won't accept being forcibly resettled to a new location. it's called for you dollars kind of those for valley of the fallen a huge and controversy a monument to the dead of the spanish civil war here to lie the remains of the victory in that war general franco spain's new government says it's time to make some changes. for sylvia navarro a visit to the valley of the fall a new madrid awakens painful memories. the remains of more than thirty thousand people killed in the spanish civil war a buried here in mass graves one is hope great uncle. but i mean we need our.
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military and this whenever i come here i can't sleep the night before. their eyes i find it very upsetting. the monument commissioned by general franco and built in part by forced labor as was finished some sixty years ago many of those who lie he had fought for franco but the graves also contain remains of republican opponents later the spanish dictator was also buried here we're not permitted to film in the underground basilica but sylvia takes photos her uncle lives in an anonymous grave franco in a tomb behind the altar spain's new socialist government now plans to exuma franco's remains and turn them over to his family for sylvia that would be a first step. for now frank or your study in the removing franco is important for our democratic culture. but for me it would also be important to remove our relatives from here. after all the history and the origin of this
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monument is anything but democratic aluminums the more practical. don't touch the valley's says this t. shirt killer gutierrez wants franco and the others to remain at the valley of the fall and she says the more silly and does not dishonor the memory of the dictator's opponents an avowed franco's supporter she is organizing protests. not the eye or moment of one and no one has ever built such an enormous monument that also almost the enemy's enemy the dead opponents are worth of the money where would you ever find more reconciliation than that. the protest in the valley of the fallen has drawn thousands who are here to honor the dictator's memory they chant long live spain and franco franco. some are carrying the flag of spain under franco giving fascist salutes others are
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more restrained they fear that old wounds might be reopened want to stop with the new government is bringing on grass to our society instead of solving real problems the problems facing people who are out of work or retired just stirring up the dust . and you. were in the twenty first century and all of these things should be forgotten. sylvia franco's removal can't come soon enough only that can give spain a fresh start she says and the country will only find peace if the families of the victims are able to locate and reclaim their relatives remains. it took decades to develop effective medication in the fight against hiv aids and the cost of those drugs exorbitant much of the same story lies behind the development of a pill that can protect people from contracting that virus for up to forty eight
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