tv [untitled] September 3, 2012 2:30am-3:00am EDT
this is our quick check of the headlines. indent china's plans to step up that military exchanges has the west wary as the walls to largest on is united that this did was to influence and there are. bigger assholes training over bhagavad been forces offer a spike in deadly inside out tonks as nato admits negligent choose of the vetting process has led to recruits turning their guns on the mentors. and the new aiming to protect kids involved from harmful to the continent faces criticism towards ambiguous language that threatens to deprive children of programs and grade contraband. around. holiest site in
islam continues to build talks to dr shaikh sabri grand mufti of jerusalem and palestine has things that the israeli government is deliberately targeting this sacred site. what we have said. the mufti of jerusalem she thank you very much for joining us here on r.t. its role as allows was was to make programmer to mecca but on the other hand it for birds men under the age of forty from entering the mosque during ramadan to pray on fridays how do you explain this contradiction. the suburb this contradiction is due to the fact that they let our brothers who live in the areas occupied in one thousand nine hundred eighty eight carry out the harsh susie's their legal right here there are also some political benefits to be again i feel demonstrating that there is freedom of religion. as for the. rules of the strictest there since it is
on their territory for love it was situated somewhere else that no such measures would be taken against it now the focus is on. the occupation authorities on criticised only for that the most of their actions are always a criticism you have said that jewish authorities are trying to sensitize was lim sensitivities to access why do you say this. why the. hell will israeli or cubans are trying to make it seem like the al aqsa mosque is not really that important they say that museums have the holy cities of mecca and medina so they don't need to arrest him or an accident they also want to weaken the link between muslims in palestine or since i lack so connects one point five billion muslims to jerusalem and palestine this link is made of belief and faith they think that if they weaken that link muslims are going to lose interest in no not in reality though the muslims that don't live in
a stone through closer to because they know it's in danger as are their beliefs and so whatever the occupants do to diminish alex's significance was bound to fail fashion you have also said that if the israeli government and fanatical jewish groups since a week was in reaction they see this as a green light to move forward so what in fact should muslims do now but sadly muslim countries are now more concerned with their domestic issues neglecting the issue of imax or in jerusalem and allowing israeli or key points to carry out their hostile plans and they have quite a few of those including the jewish zero ization of jerusalem and taking control over. there making the most of the numerous domestic problems that the arab and muslim countries are busy addressing right now so they can carry out their plans without any resistance. why do you believe that you are the muslim worlds first line of defense against israeli and jewish ambitions in jerusalem.
the thing is jury slim is isolated from other palestinian territories palestinians from the west bank in gaza strip are not allowed into the city the only people who can get into a palestinians who live in the areas occupied in one hundred forty eight they can do that because they live there so it's only the people who live in jerusalem in the areas that i mentioned who can come to iraq. these are the people who protect it who coordinate action to preserve it so if these people stop going to iraq well there will be no one left to protect it and we are grateful to them for what they do they lead to the docks what do you think about israeli claims that the wall and checkpoints are there for security reasons i doubt. that israel's claims that the wall was built for security reasons have nothing to do the reality this is not true because they do not observe the nine hundred sixty seven borders they have occupied a lot of palestinian territory in addition to those that were seized in nineteen
forty eight secondly making all people feel like prisoners is not the way to solve security issues the way to do that is to ensure security of all people as well as grant them full human rights that would be a fair approach to a wall is not a solution. over the years have the israelis changed their treatment of palestinians wanted to come and pray at al aqsa mosque but mr that the balmoral plenty and the occupation regime treats palestinians in a way which is far from humane they're cruel oppressive they don't have mercy there's one issue that's not reported in the media i'm talking about palestinian women who don't always get a chance to give on earth in hospital occupants not ambulances at checkpoints and sometimes because of these delays ambulances cannot get to the women in labor on time how as a result they cannot give birth at a medical facility sometimes the baby dies and even the mother herself can bleed to
death and we have very disturbed over three hundred cases of such inhumane behavior on the part of israeli authorities that i have met with a number of delegations of american scholars and i asked them if they have ever heard of this and they all said no the western zionist media do not report these cases why opinion is that these checkpoints are set up to inflict more suffering to kill unborn babies whose mothers have to give birth on the way to hospital them how far has the israeli digging and i'll ask some mask on and how much of a problem is that to the structure of the building and have for the. i have for the . excavation work some extensive they are digging into directions from still one going south and to the west of the mosque again because of this digging houses a muslim artifacts get damaged a look at actually they haven't discovered any jewish artifacts during the excavation and one jewish archaeologists admitted that they had not found a single stone related to jewish history but there's no doubt that this dig will
cause destruction of the mosque there already cracks in its southern eastern walls say they remove soil from under the mosque uncovering the foundation and some of the building is hanging in the air geologists say that nurse equate with a magnitude of five point zero that will collapse the structure before they dug out these tunnels the mosque withstood even the worst earthquakes we dig is very dangerous we have protested against it several times but the authorities have ignored us that if several israeli extremists have gone as far as to call for the mosque to be torn down and for the first and second jewish temples to be built in its place what do you have to say about this i imagine what other jewish extremist groups have a lot of power in israel and that they came to power along with the likud party the current government headed by binyamin netanyahu is working with these extremist groups and so now they are revealing their secret agenda including the plan to
destroy the al aqsa mosque that some of them say that there should be separate visiting days for jews or muslims or others claim and mosque should be under israeli control because it's part of israel they say that it's located within the old city limits these aggressive statements reveal their true intentions regarding the mosque why are they not talking about their control over the church of the holy suppose. they're only interested in the al aqsa mosque we think it's really dangerous people don't think there's such claims are backed by the state but in reality the state support the extremists who make least. but how what do you do you have complained about what to say is the totally inadequate manner in which was the most states have reacted to his radio efforts to take over the mosque what should was home states do law the old bellair we believe the anarchs a mosque is not only a sacred place for palestinians before all muslims it means that all muslims must
share responsibility for his preservation but that it has strategic importance in that it serves muslim communities across the world in russia the us or europe. must do what they can to help our cause or that you can use different leverage diplomatic or political or economic every country must know the truth and be aware of its responsibility and we do what we can here on the ground our resources are limited we cannot oppose all of israel's plans alone side in what way and why are israeli authorities harassing you and other spiritual leaders today if. israel wants to carry out its plans gradually step by step without much fuss or objection but we keep bringing it up and by doing so we have exposed the plans of the occupation authorities and that's why they use media and press conferences to pile the pressure on us i guess or to crush those who stand in the way of the occupiers the only proves that there is no freedom or democracy in israel that have
democracy for the jewish people or that it doesn't apply to us whatever you. do you see the palestinian issue being resolved in the future but boy there are still no signs that this issue will be resolved in the near future particularly with the netanyahu cabinet in power they want to start negotiations from scratch israel does all it can to obstruct install the process to prolong the existence of a state or these talks didn't make any difference for palestinians these talks are a waste of time. or we can talk about talks with decades that's why i don't think they make any sense for their men what do you think about the way that the palestinian authority is handling the issue of gaining independence. a sort of volatile for the palestinian authorities are weak what the hell they're looking for a solution and they want to prove they have achieved something but the talks have
actually been a failure and so at the moment we don't have any solution on horizon immediate we need to unite to revive our economy and science to be even simple when d.-day the moment for a solution comes from the flooding is it fair to say that israel is trying to obliterate the arab islamic identity after a stand him. israel's policy on the ethnic issue is based on the jewish or ization conversation of land construction of settlements they're working to increase the size of the jewish population and cut the number of arabs they do it by putting pressure on our own merchants and arabs in general to push them out of jerusalem into the suburbs or other towns by referring to a crisis in the housing sector israel stopped giving permits for construction so when a young man grows up and decides to set up a family he will not be able to find or build a home or even if he finds one the rent will be too high to afford that he will be
a dave so even without declaring its intentions israel is reading jerusalem of arabs israel doesn't talk publicly about this but according to my observations the population of jerusalem is growing in one nine hundred sixty seven there were seventy thousand arabs today there are more than three hundred thousand and in one of these prophecies mohammed was asked about where his followers should go after he leaves and he said that muslims should stay in beit. that's in jerusalem where they lived at the time in this way he blessed all generations to come to live in this city. so thank you very much for joining us he.
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the top stories on aussie india and china is once the stuff of them in the trade changes as the west's wiring as the walls just on is united that took place to close in the region. through our homes training of a bulk of our going to forces are quite deadly inside our time so nato admits negligent and choose to the vetting process has led to they were turning their grounds on. new lou i mean to protect kids in russia from hong kong t.v. content faces criticism points to big u.s. language that threatens to deprive children of programs and to count as a great. maria sharapova days keeping the russian flag flying a big u.s. open and it was more of the latest when the rest of the sport. hello
there welcome to the sport and here's what is coming up into the quarter finals maria sharapova survives a scare to beat fellow russian early the troika at the us open last full steam ahead superstar but oman public schools rocco's we're not in the moscow darby against spartak we've all the gold in the russian premier league and paying mclaren jenson button when a clash belgium grand prix to clinch the fourteenth big trick of his career. but first maria sharapova has reached the quarter finals of the u.s. open beating fellow russian in three sets this is match point it came after the trial of a high level the match at a set all two games to love up in the decider but sharapova weathered the storm and took it six four when pretrial over returned to the net it is the furthest the three seed has got since winning the us open back in two thousand and six you can
see what it means to sharapova and she will play marion bartoli next after she beat five seed petrak of eight of a. house where the women's number one victoria azarenka had an easy win over georgia really it only took an hour and twenty minutes to wrap up a sixty six team win. as a rainy day a stray some studies that took place thanks to had a potentially tricky tie against eighteen year old brewer robson the brit had beaten kim clijsters and nine c. lead but broke these and broke the strain early on but after that blip stows a took control winning six four six four. meanwhile the depending men's champion jockey has progressed to the last sixteen beating julien benneteau comfortably on arthur ashe caught in an hour and thirty seven minutes six three sixty six two was the score joke of
a chappie to get through the morning match and will play switzerland stanislav one can just you know eleven am i haven't played the first first match of the session for a long time so it's so the easy. always the morning person to be honest but. you know you try to go to bed early and try to wake up early you know get your body moving obviously as i said you know i wanted to start very sharp from the first point that i've done that. so happy is spain's david ferrer he booked his place in the fourth round with a four set win over strategies for world number one and i think hewitt that i will play richard guest a place in the courses times article five anybody keeps his career going he said he's going to retire after the u.s. open but made sure of at least one more appearance on caught after a four set when i was a sleaze five year phonemic probably will cry argentina's from martin del potro for a place called six. now let's switch to football in the russian premier league
where roman pavlyuchenko came off the bench to score the winner and locomotives two one win over sparta tax part had gone ahead after just six minutes thanks to dimitry combat of the effort but dame doyin levelled on the hour. and them public who come on for the second half netted the winner against his former club just six minutes later the victory seems like a reproach into fifth place meanwhile prosody arrives to scar up the third after one now when i have a class nadar on me at teenage wing at. school he secondly goal in his many games russia defender of the season but it seems he was the provider for that one beyond the men have now won their last four matches in the league and i just a point of latest headache and then eat while there was more misery for rock bottom denali moscow is down pressed the side threw away a one goalie two leagues again one in stoppage time at his former club band the
normal went ahead courtesy of christian embarrassed by strike right before the break before feeding his powerful free kick leveled masses midway through the second half much to progress skis complete discussed there and out us always billy's netted the winner from outside the box three minutes and injury times the band condemned an homage to the six feet from seven the gang safe. while getting sangi maintain their push for a european place with a two one win previously yetto defended her sam. headed home a piece in there to put it this is the head midway through the staff. setting up that one and the scene of a netted his second go as many games early in the second half to give angie a comfortable lead to both play go back to the home side and you dive hanging on to victory see what i say this is the top half of the table looks after seven matches reigning champions any level on points at the summit with surprise package tearing
their discard the best moscow team in the third set to say that they to lost my take. i were an england new signing robin van persie scored a hat trick for manchester united is they want to three two thriller at southampton united with two one down with twenty minutes to go and then missed a penalty but the dutchman scored twice in the last five minutes to move united to keep it in the table while the same boston elsewhere has netted the one to go with his new title came back to draw one with an aston villa the new boy santi cazorla and lukas podolski sport aston merrygold of the season as they won liverpool. manager arsene vanga says it's premature to talk about title hopes. i am confident potential. to include. new but if you could put too much.
for me one man jenson button has claimed his fourteenth career win after and his second of the year following a dominating lights to flag display at the belgian graeme prayed that britain catapulted him self into contention for the title after also winning the curtain raising your straying grand prix in march but it was a day to forget the standings leader fernando alonso the spaniard crashed down to the sparse there is hamilton sergio perez and roman also retired. and the french one was handed a one race ban after a spectacular pileup on the first corner pastor maldonado also baghdad early on however reigning champion sebastian vettel clawed his way up from tenth on the grid to finish second ahead of can be right in and the german was arguably the biggest gainer as the red bull man overtook teammate mark where that into second in the overall standings vettel is now twenty four points behind a long day at the top button is sixty three points but. you know
this circuit is such a special tomorrow special circuit to most drivers. you know the way that it flows in the history. so to get a victory to the lights to get there is very special especially not with me is easier for me so. very very special we go now and go seven birdies in a row have catapulted lucy stu's into the top of the leaderboard at deutsche bank championship in boston he will take a three shot lead into the final rounds at the start of the day he was a shot behind world number one rory mcilroy produced the reasons rich form saw him carter sixty three to sail past the northern irishman and he's finding the pins all day long mcelroy fired a sixty seven and his second three shots off the pace tiger woods is six shots off the lead with bang championship is the second event of golf's fed ex cup and there was a convincing win at the european masters for scotland's richie ramsay his final
round of five under par sixty six gave him a four straight victory in switzerland the stunning scenery matched by its gold is the second winner of ramsey's professional career the first being the south african open back in two thousand and nine. the fine even u.k. shell hockey season begins tomorrow and most a lot might if you are a savile participate for the first time since the plane crash which killed the entire team a year ago to commemorate the players lives and to support their families n.h.l. seem to started getting malkin and in a cab or chip lead to teams in a charity match with more on that his audience. on september the seventh russia will commemorate one year since the tragic plane crash which killed the entire committee for a slower ice hockey team to mother the tragedy of this year's annual pre-season charity match will see all the profits donated to the victims' families for the much of a month this game unites people from various professions under
a single aim remembering all those who died in that crash because i'm sure but memories of our most important things in our lives with of the word i looked at the some of that with a plan a charity match from an open heart featured the teams of youth guinea molecule in your credentials taking to the ice along with fellow sportsmen and celebrities alike this is common at these events because floats with many famous names here to underscore shit i just was a he grew bored i hope a legend you just love to do so i figure skating world champion and you have are both find in the net to the amusement of the more school fans. it is that i really enjoy the atmosphere here how much is very warm and kind and we need to find the spectators for that of course that for us participants it was also an opportunity to show our passion for all cage and give our support to the
families of the former local players. however the most and dissipated heroes on the ice were the two captains n.h.l. stars convert chicken mole can lead their charges into countless attacks and counterattacks i. times producing not only goals and assists but turning the knights into a real show i have to the sixty minutes the battle was started fourteen men in both sides had five penalty shots apiece to try and see victory even penalties couldn't separate the two sides both teams scoring two out of five sixteen sixteen was the final result in this quite extraordinary hokey game. but i think it was an interesting match to watch everyone who took part in they tried to play out sending lee and show his best hockey just then the result looks logical the only thing which could win such a game is friendship friendship between all of us. the night raised more than half a million dollars for the families of the victims but the more important outcome
proven that their gun but not for gotten. dirty mosco. yeah great offense that is always spoke for them i would say. third. line. would be soon which brightened. someone from first impression. who finds totty dot com. culture is that so much about the taxpayers' money and it is a shame if my people are very forward to bottom