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tauriel issues within the next three months but some fear more empty promises for the middle east quartet surface to resume direct peace talks doomed to fail when next we ask one israeli politician what's hampering the negotiations. you know. what may i have yelled a young israeli politician and author and also the daughter of moshe dayan one of israel's most revered chiefs of staff thank you very much for joining us here on r.t. in your opinion has the american president barack obama and the united states let down the palestinians by threatening to veto they statehood bid at the united nations years suitably and i'm very surprised because the i thought. the key and two falls. to negotiate. i didn't take into account what you could do
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a year ago can all do now because of elections so obviously is going to be. was. almost negative we did not hear in the process can some of the blame be put on israel the argument that is well through its settlement building and its expansion policies and its occupation could as well not be harming the reputation of the united states will be goals together we didn't go into you or. in. we're not wanting to to save the world we are not saving all since. on the other hand we're very dependent on america and we get to be budgets for good for armament so we had some kind of fear fusion. can be dissolved but we never had such an extreme government. which. refuses
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nick to use altogether so i don't think. i think we instead of opening up beings. power being the able power. we have it all and instead of opening being generous for our own sake we are closing more with more the possibility to even begin negotiations israeli leaders are against the palestinian bid and accuse it of being unilateral but essentially israeli occupation unilateral of course everything that we do to go after sixty seven in. the only time that we had to be lateral in negotiations or something happening was doing all slow. and the result was the associate nation of rabin so you know. if there
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was no settlement. everything is the only tool palestinians will most likely end up appealing to the united nations general assembly for statehood is this a good thing for israel of course it's good because what we don't understand. maybe we will understand. the international way because we keep saying that is the. most the reason we can sort if most of the countries of the world. for with palestine i don't think we can ignore you. and i think it will show it direct action will just use do you think it's ready prime minister benjamin netanyahu commitment to peace talks is genuine and will result in something if it would have been generally we would have been sitting together girl
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i didn't. warn nobody knows where to really once it's really clear that he doesn't want palestine and he doesn't want. to evacuate settlements. is an autumn in two state solution you mentioned the assassination of the former israeli prime minister yitzhak rabin and you have said that there are certain streets in jerusalem you're nervous to drive down and yet public rallies for example sometimes you require security guards are you concerned that they could be another assassination of a high profiled lift when israeli unfortunately no because we. would not could see the. image or we can really take decisions. but i'm more concerned with the activities of the said against
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palestinians in our against. i feel this is really the jewel that we will not be able to store it killing stealing. to see how seeing it's preventing them form a normal life. army and police are not. successful in a corporate food so my feel is always the next palestinian. by jewish extremists more noise whaley's do not want to serve in the israeli army in one nine hundred eighty there was twelve point one percent who did not want to serve and the projections are that by twenty twenty there could be some forty three percent now we've spoken to soldiers and former soldiers who believe that the i.d.f. contacts unjust wars for example the most recent war in gaza and also that it can
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no longer be relied upon to protect the state of israel what are the implications of this i don't think it's harmful because it first of all a lot of those who. are not. they're not conscientious objector all the way it's i mean young people don't want to waste from their point of view in the army and begin their code we'll see afterwards do is because nomic instability and people young people are pushed to. higher education or told jobs only stood a. little bit and. all together. and of course one of the reasons that most people are looking forward to peace is because we think that having an army so big and compulsively sylvie's is doable ways to feel more new
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sources what about the way the army has been internationally are you not concerned that the reputation of the i.d.f. that all father helped build is declining internationally i don't know i don't think so i think it's too about the entire world i think in that the cannot. is becoming more and more sophisticated of course. a choice war people know louis listens to the us i mean it could be very it can be a story contact idea if the party blamed for the fact that israel has angered its former allies egypt and turkey and the country is becoming more and more isolated i think it's more with the political picture than the military because. we had with turkey. militarily on the military side was very very
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developed and they didn't want to store pretty even now with gypped the. army is something that they have to resolve the egyptian army but. we didn't have only else of peace we didn't have really any clear the closure so important. but. it's really harmful to egypt just to smile just to is one of the biggest achievements in your father's lifetime was the peace treaty with egypt he was one of the architects are you afraid that it could collapse i don't think it can it can collapse it can be minimized but not it will it will not collapse into war. in a pushover nor war situation there in in. peace if it cannot be maintained what will happen after the arab spring well things get worse for i don't know israel is going to spring i seem clear it's
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a failure of. two elements one is a over centralized the wall in the form of dictatorship whether it's army or religious likely near iran in egypt and syria or with just extreme right wing capitalism i think this systems are collapsing and it is well we have been in first two hour show that basically social democratic so it will go through a formation but it will not collapse in egypt tunisia be our. don't tell everyone what my work or here is in their. ability to form from inside someone will have to go either the army should and would use it so we civil society should take. a go to shape
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themselves form. deep ideology because obviously they will not paul dictate tolls but the. dictate all here in the world so i can foresee hope because the students and the young people who are so involved i hope they will get the chance to be helped by maybe your pin can tool use in to form in really. give civil society or the world to just build institutions to replace the ones that will or to call up the dictatorial what is well missing when it comes to its response to the challenges facing the region people of afraid and this is something that we have to call people still of the to all mobs the whole of course people are afraid of being they
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take seriously we're not going to did israel is saying i'm going to destroy you. and i have the capacity to do we all when the hamas says it people are afraid they take it seriously they think this may. because it turpin to us once maybe it will happen again so there is something to test to be addressed very deep and there is this sense of self-confidence in alliance with the world we can't have the whole world against us and have sort of cornfield ince we should the self-confidence form the element of being just and if we are just the world would not be against us and if we would enable smith's justice we would be strong enough to avoid any put dixon of destruction the elder and thank you very much for joining
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us here on r.t. think you. are a. a very warm welcome to you this is your news today protesters on the walls street they have. leads in canceling your chance to choose instead to get with exactly the status of the human experiment it's getting on with. business rap music would expose to movies literally trying to make sense of global economy and its arcane things as financial templates the research scrambling to maintain our confidence in markets and think you don't want to be seen trade imbalances recession look keep the nation's close
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to collapsing your sub prime loans foreclosed homes people. to fail circulate banks again feel a little like think is the u.s. crash and imminent smash the ceiling to inflame just like protests in classes in athens greece the i.m.f. in construction and just programs increase the total economy. in india ulti is available in the move go into joint people who chose a marvellous the gateway who took the brand imperial trilogy the torch west coast coromandel you can know what's hotel close leisure to see don't need to go and. read this and the colonel was hoto as a treat. this week's top stories here on r t nato has officially announced the end to its military campaign in libya even the country's security in the hands of a new government there are concerns about the heavily armed population that's been
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left behind. e.u. leaders signed off a massive deal to avert a greece's debt crisis and save the euro zone the critics say the move is a mistake but it's just a little protest for free. america's anti corporate protests to suffer snowstorms and police oppression and one activist critically injured squads are sweeping through occupy wall street camps with tens arresting those who refused to . hand brushes and legendary bolshoi theater reopened for a six year expense renovation a grand on a night was attended by russia's president graham wells renowned productions. stories less than fifteen minutes but now let's get the sports news with you and all the money in the world but certainly cut things close in the russian premier league yeah millions and millions almost your yearly salary kerry but i'll tell you what they are there they're in the top eight that means they're going to be
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fighting for the title this year in the extended eighteen month long season and of course the big smiles in the spots are going to come this morning yeah absolutely a three to win over lock in moscow in the moscow big darby of course last night and they're looking good as well third in the league now good for a title charge as well more on that coming up in just a sec. great to have you with us this is sports day we have got plenty ahead this sunday morning here in central moscow including. title contenders roberta carlists secures his first win as the stand in manager to warm the rust off victory also ensuring his side will be one of the top eight teams fighting for this season's crown.
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hopes dashed there will be no turkish delight for of arizona over the w. th championships with russia's last representative in istanbul following the semifinal stage. podium dreams we catch up with the man determined to secure russia a first ever olympic triathlon medal next summer. let's get going with football where it was touch and go for weeks but on jihad lasting sure a deal in the russian premier league regular season if position that finished crucial for the mega rich club as the top eight teams this year will play off for the crown the man seeing off the rust off at home for one either first win and half a dozen games youri djorkaeff getting things going the end of the first half another big name signing some you ed so then doubled on g.'s lee ten minutes from time. i love consolation strike in injury time leaving the final score two one
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to the home side though will be well aware improvement is needed in next month's round robin title stage. you boys have already insured wiil be in the top eight title hunt this season put chips for good measure they went out and won their city darby with f.c. cross the door on sunday the league's third top scorer at last seen a true. buying a double away from home one. bomb ticking you should know for me it's this i. a jar between sport tuck unlockable t. finished off the day i agree it's thing for the home side sport tax mushing the real women's twelve march unbeaten streak at the luzhniki arena emanuel m n e k with particular reason to smile the nigerian international helping himself to the trick is first couple coming with barely a quarter of an hour gone on the clock his. third half
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a dozen minutes after the break ensuring the red and whites would go level on points with their opponents in third position. and the action continues later on sunday with two games off for consideration the first of which sees moscow attempt to leapfrog cross torn rival sparked unlockable teeth into third spot they are a way to rock bottom f.c. charm after that. well into their points tally in some. ok let's talk tennis where russian of arizona over was stopped short of reaching the w t a championship final on saturday her victory belorussian victoria azarenka now with the chance to become world number two if she beats patrick a feat of eight in the decider the twenty two year old seeking to have the cup on the left to her trophy cabinet she went about it the right way in the seventies for saying this is all over the court in the opening set as a rank eventually taking it six to the following encounter didn't stray too far
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from the script either six two six three the final score so no world number for us rank it can move up to world number two a career high position. of course is if she wins for though she's got a rise in the number two ranking herself. czech start forced to grind out victory against a month in the last two are doing the right shots to take the opening set seventy five but after about the left handed defeat of a began to right this ship rallying in the second set to take it six three the twenty one year old they continued to pick apart in the third five seven six three six games to three out of the. two former one wear red bowl have become the first team in history to achieve sixteen pulled positions in a single season that's following champion sebastian vettel as qualifying efforts of
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the north indian grand prix the german claiming his thirteenth pull of the year just one short of nigel mansell zero nine hundred ninety two record lewis hamilton finished with the second quickest time in new delhi but he will start the race from fifth after three place grid penalty for failing to slow down for a double yellow flight which means another car was stationary on the track at the time that will see teammate mark webber move into the front row on sunday fernando alonso and jenson button will start from the second line while rushes italy petroff was eleven fastest in history. good good to be here i think it's a very interesting race a challenging circuit looking forward to tomorrow and your first time in india so excited to race tomorrow. very royal guest was on hand to mark the opening of the volvo ocean race as the run the world event got on the way with a sprint on saturday prince caro philip of sweden stepping on board the ocean
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recently out but it was up to dummy ocean racing who took top honors in the import race olympic silver medalist skipper in the walker ensuring of a dummy got six points to start things off the vessel supported by prince karl philip not too far behind though five points there are telly come for emirates new zealand early favorites were forced to sell for four points and third place that stage is just the start of the thirty ninth always nautical mile race i run the globe this year's edition is widely considered to be the most competitive and the events thirty minutes your history. basketball where the first month of the n.b.a. regular season has now been canceled the team owners still not on the same page with the players' union the biggest unresolved issue being the revenue split with players wanting a larger share than their fifty fifty proposition but the owners are suggesting.
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sessions were dropped if you are pushing thirty two point five. per year. right now it's still not enough for the middle east to feel as though you still can be close to it's not practical possible or prudent to have a full season now we held out the joint hold together but in light of the breakdown of talks there will not be a full season under any circumstances. finally russian after let's have never won an olympic medal in triathlon a sport introduced to the modern games in sydney back in two thought isn't a bronze medal is now the official target set for the men's team for a long been twenty twelve romani culture if met up with one man who steadily proving he's got the pedigree to do just that.
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is over so this season was very successful for me i reached the podium three times of the world series i want to stage of the european cup and the championship of russia i think that's a decent result unfortunately because of cramp i was unable to win a medal at the finals of the world series. alexander briefed on coffee as one of russia's two triathletes who are currently in the world's top ten and or hopefuls to win an olympic gold in place in london but one called the latest major success was in august when he won silver at the world series stage in london which earned him in the big ticket for twenty it's well yeah but i usually come up short in the running portion of the event i know i'm strong in it but i have to learn how to relax and spread out my strength evenly over all three disciplines when that happens my results will also improve. despite finishing in a commendable second place in london behind the english champion alistair brownlee
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and in front of his brother jonathan brownlee alexander and the rest of the russian scene know that it's the olympic performance which will matter most at the end of the day as they continue helping each other to become stronger athletes with the style of my teammate dimitri pulley and ski who is also in the world's top ten constantly pushes me to train harder and i'm sure it's reciprocal on his side plus we both feel pressure from foreign athletes who are surely not to why we're training. at the moment are there are eight russian triathletes among the world's top fifty which is a far cry from only one person in that ranking just five years ago three is the maximum number of olympic licenses that immense team can get with britain call and polanski the obvious takers of the first two tickets however there are at least six more quite capable athletes competing for the remaining tickets to the games where the russians hope for at least one piece of silverware used just for the four balls
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this is of course there is a medal after all sports authorities are investing quite a lot into our preparation process and they would like to know what they mean for london our goal is at least a bronze olympic medal from man and i think it could be the polanski obit of one cove but wonders do happen especially in triathlon when we could see both of our athletes on the podium and xander behind call is in relaxation mode at the moment recuperating after itself but successful season however his and the rest of his teammates lives are about to change as they enter the final preparation phase for london next year ramana koester of r.t. moscow. that's your sport but i'll be back in just under two hours time with more sporting updates now it is the weather then carrie johnson is here with all the news at the top of the hour.
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wealthy british style. markets why not scandal. find out what's really happening to the global economy cause a report on. this week's top stories on our t.v. . leaving post gadhafi libya saying its mission is done but the new government is concerned it won't be able to control the heavily
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on population that's left because. you need to sign off a massive deal to save the usa the critics certainly see it as another did a tiny little catastrophe. america's anti corporate protest to some a snowstorm some police pressure from new york to california with hundreds of arrested and critically injured. busts a night to remember russia's legendary bolshoi theater reopened softer a six year expense for the patient of an exclusive granddaughter. you're watching on t.v. and our weekly news should be welcome to the program can we just now this week saw a nato officially announce the end of its end.


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