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all of then and what is unique about isil degree to which it has been able to control territory that then allows them to attract additional recruits and the greater effectiveness they have on social media and their ability to use that to not only attract recruits to fight in syria but also potentially to carry out attacks in the homeland and in europe and other parts of the world. so our ability to shrink space in which they can operate combined with resolution to the serious situation which will reduce the freedom with which they feel they can operate and getting local forces who are able to keep them out over the long-term that ultimately going to make a difference and it is going to take some time but not
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this process have we not been aware. go ahead .
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[ indiscernible . ] >> overwhelming victims of terrorism last several years and isil are themselves muslims. isil does not represent islam and not representative any way of the attitudes of overwhelming majority of muslims and this is something that's been emphasized by muslim leaders whether it is president of indonesia and malaysia and have shown themselves to be tolerant and to work to be inclusive in the political process.
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would equate and place in terrorist with views of islam, those types of stereotypes are counterproductive, they are wrong, they will lead, i think, to greater recruitment and over time if this becomes somehow defined as as muslim problem as opposed to terrorist problem and terrorist claim and i think
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muslims around the world, religious leader, political leaders, ordinary people have to ask very serious questions about how did these extremist ideologists take route? only if affecting very small fraction of the population it is real. and it is dangerous. and it is built up over time and social media it is now accelerateing. and nonmuslims cannot stereotype and muslim community has to think about how we make sure that children are not being affected with the twisted notion that somehow they can kill innocent people and that is justified by religion and to some degree that is something
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muslim community itself. and i think there have been times there has not been enough push back against extremism and we don't believe in violence but are not as willing to challenge some of the extremist thoughts or rationals for why muslims feel oppressed and i think those ideas have to be challenged. let me make one last point about this and then unfortunately and take a flight to manila and looking forward to seeing manila and hoping to come back to turkey when i've not so obesity. one of the places you're seeing the debate play itself out on the refugee issue and both in europe and i gather it started
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in the united states. the people who are fleeing syria are the most harmed by terrorism, they are the most vulnerable as consequence of civil war and strive parents, they are children, they are orphans and it is very important and i was glad to see this is affirmed again and again by the g20 that we do not close our hearts to these victims of such violence and somehow start
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with the issue of terrorism. and taking a very courageous stance saying it is the moral obligation as fellow human beings to help people who are in such vulnerable situations. and i know it is putting enormous strains on the resources of the people of europe. no ebb has been carrying bigger burden than the people here in turkey with two and a half million refugees and the people of jordan and lebanon also refugees and fact kept borders open to the refugees is signal of their belief in common humanity and so we have to each
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of us do our part and united states has to step and up do its part. when i hear folks say we should admit the christians but not the muslims, when i hear political leaders suggesting there had be a religious test for which person fleeing from a war torn country is admitted when some of those folks themselves come from families that benefited from protection when they were fleeing political persecution, that's shameful. that's not america. that's not who we are. we don't have religious tests to
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when pope francis came to visit, the united states and gave speech before congress he didn't speak about christians being persecuted. he didn't call on catholic parishes just to admit those that were of the same religious faith. he said protect people who were vulnerable. and so i think it is very important for us right now particularly those that are in leadership, particularly those that have a platform and can be heard, not to fall into the trap, not to feed the dark impulse inside of us. i have a lot of disagreements with george w. bush on policy but i was very proud after 9/11
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about the fact this is not a war on islam. and notion that some of those who taken on leadership in party would ignore all of that, that's not who we are. on this they should follow his example. it was the right one. right impulse. it is the better impulse. whether you're european or american values that we are defending, values that we are fighting against isil for are precisely that we don't discriminate against people because of their faith. we don't kill people because
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that's what separates us from them and don't feed that kind of notion. but somehow christians and muslims are at war. we want to be successful defeating isil that's a good place to start by not promoting that kind of ideology, that kind of attitude. in the same way the muslim community has an obligation not to in any way excuse anti-western or anti-christian sentiment we have the same obligation as christians. and we are -- it is good to remember that the united states does not have a religious test and we are a nation of many people's of different which means that we show compassion to everybody and those are the
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and that's what my administration intends to stand for. thank you very much, everybody. >> daniel: listening to president obama live in istanbul, turkey speaking at g20 summit to a team of international reporters talking about a comprehensive strategy to attack isis. president's words saying isis is the face of evil. >> julie: we will have much more on the president's remark and continuing coverage of the attacks in paris tonight at five and six and always online at deputies do expect to file charges against the man on the atv in this case. time for some hugging, no, i'm not talking about mma. i'm being quite literal. this video was put up from the guys at 987 fm in singapore offering 50 bucks if you could
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win a hugging contest. you have to hold onto a heavy bag but you've got to beat your opponents. they got some guys from the singapore wrestling federation. they've got the members of the public on one side of singapore and then they have got another place, all connected with cameras and racing each other. three, two, one. now look at this. you see this little kid. he's going up against one of the muscle men. they've got feathers to tickle you to get your feet, your hands. this kid, four minutes straight actually managed to beat one of them. all kinds of impressive ones as well. look at this one, doing situps while on the bag. >> that's a member of the public? >> yeah. he's completely whipping some butt. this guy is the champion. karma is a hindu cow. this guy can stay up there all day. he beat that guy four and a half minutes by the looks of it.
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i can do this all day long. i'm going to cuddle with this we all have bad days. sometimes kids have even worse days because being a kid is just so hard. >> you're incredible. >> no. i'm not incredible. >> justin is just having one of them days. >> you are fantastic. >> no! i'm not fantastic! >> if you're going to compliment him, do it in two syllables or less. >> he's calling him, incredible, smart. at one point he calls him good looking and amazing. >> i'm not. >> i think he's manipulating dad like no, no, no. go on. >> dad goes, okay fine then. what are you? >> i'm just a big boy. >> aw. >> yeah dad, i'm not incredible or amazing or intelligent or good looking. he says i'm just a big boy.
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>> i'm going to go hug my son. >> no! >> oli, you hug your son. her head. she posted this video to her facebook and, boy, i'll tell you, all i can do is go, son, you better run. >> what are you doing? >> there's a trail of flour that leads to her son alex and she's not happy. >> wait, wait, how old is he? >> hold enough to try to bake mom cookies. >> you can't be mad at that. >> exactly. >> what is mommy going to do about this mess? up? and shoulders? >> it's so easy. >> what happened, mum? >> look at me. this isn't right. it's monday. and that means real or fake time start with a show car that becomes -- >> whoa! >> something mysterious is
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hustlers, ballers, shock collars, let's get into it. roll the clip, my man. this is happening somewhere in russia. >> oh! >> cool. >> i say real. >> totally. >> that's just like a show car that they've created to just blast apart. i love it. >> i'm not going to argue that. you nailed it. >> come on. of course it's real. we all probably do that. admit it. nobody's business. >> real. >> this is real. >> number three. >> this is captured in canada. >> oh, snap. >> the ground was moving. >> look at that!
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lord of the rings. >> what madness drove you there? >> i say real. >> baby, you're looking skeptical. >> i'm not sticking around and waiting for it to come and eat me. >> i think it's just the wind blowing the roots of the trees and tugging on the ground. >> excellent theory there, nick. >> nick, you stole my thunder there. that's exactly what's happening. heavy winds. the roots are being de-rooted from the wind. you guys got it. >> awesome. it's been reel. >> see ya guys. this man, darren nicoles drives down the road in the evening and comes across something in the road. that's not a speed bump. >> it's a crocodile. >> yes, it is but the reason why this video is going viral is because of the way darren
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dispatches these crocodiles. he doesn't honk or drive up to the crocodile with his car to scare it. he politely just gets out -- >> you want to get off the road so we can pass, please. >> he said please. >> right. he just is quite polite. there's another one down the road. >> it was the dad tone, like this is your last warning. >> darren is getting lots of attention because of his polite demeanor, because of the way he spoke to these animals. he works at the sports fishing lodge so he has lots of experience with animals and maybe that's why he's so gentle and kind to these animals. >> he plays mother may i and they respond. >> thank you. onto a couple of other animals that aren't quite as stealthy as you might think. actually, you don't think these animals are stealthy at all. they've left a clear trail. we have five escapees from the
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the zoo keeper following the tracks. >> penguins. >> ding, ding, ding. >> the zoo keeper says something -- they hear her voice and they're like what? we weren't trying to escape, nah. we love it here. they scamper back the way they came. next time they're going to make sure the floor is clear. it's time to give away another ipad mini. >> to enter you need the buzz word, be at least 18 years old and a legal u.s. resident. >> head over to and click on the win ipad button. >> enter the buzz word on facebook, twitter or both. you can enter every day. >> let's reveal monday's buzz word. it is rebel. >> send it to click on the win ipad button and enter the buzz word, rebel. >> later this week we'll be having a bonus giveaway day where we'll be giving one of you lucky people a flat screen tv.
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please, we don't own the building, we rent it. please do it at it wouldn't be a new week if we weren't getting excited about a new app out there. this one is awesome. usher, usher, usher. >> this is by little john and ludicrous. basically the app is called a cappella. you can record up to nine different videos of yourself and just create your own songs. she's got a smile that seems
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>> that's cool. >> if you have a shred of talent, you might like this i'm not trying to be rude >> that's good. i'm hooked. >> people are also copying viral videos. see if you can recognize this one. >> snake, snake. >> dumbledore. >> snake, snake. >> dumbledore. >> oh, my gosh, this is cute. >> this side of the table is digging it. >> i'm digging it. i'm not a super nerd like you guys but i really love this. >> it's all part of potter puppet pals and the serious ticking noise. the videos we've been talking about we'll put on our website. check it out. we'll see if we can record some
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