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the church has a dark secret one used investigate sexual misconduct inside the most powerful institution in the philippines at this time on al-jazeera. al-jazeera. and. hello i'm daryn jordan in doha with a quick reminder of the top stories here on al-jazeera north korea has fired another missile over japan the u.s. military said it was an intermediate range ballistic missile and traveled three thousand seven hundred kilometers well that range is long enough to reach the u.s. military base on guam though this missiles path was further to the north less
a second north korean missile to five japan in less than a month prime minister condemned the launch and called for international action. that now is the time for the international community to come together latest sions need to be imposed in full north korea needs to be made to understand that if it continues on this path there is no bright future for it meanwhile u.s. secretary of state rex tillerson has issued a statement calling on all nations to take new measures against north korea he said china and russia must indicate their intolerance for these reckless launches by taking direct actions of their own. well south korea's president warned that north korea's actions would only result in more international pressure. for years and you know hard all morning in this situation having a dialogue with north korea is impossible north korea will face even stronger sanctions and pressures from the international community that will force them to
come to the path of dialogue we should be equipped to protect ourselves from north korea's growing nuclear and missile threats and to eliminate those threats by quickly punishing them in case of provocations against us under thomases in seoul with more south koreans have always had a three pronged approach they want the capacity to be out of sight out of a missile site before a missile is launched and that's partly what that test was all about earlier on friday that's number one number two is they want the capacity to take out a missile in flight that is partly what the third anti missile device is all about and third they want north korea to know that they're ready to launch missiles of their own in a punishment capacity in retaliation for any strike a three pronged approach that is the approach they've always said they're going to do a missile launch the south koreans carried out early friday as soon as they noticed that the north koreans have launched a missile that taps into if you like point one and three it's both a demonstration that they can preempt to be take out the launch site but also that they have the capacity to punish afterwards but they're also working with the
united states about potentially bringing in more fat batteries into this country as a way of intercepting a missile in flight so all of these issues will have been discussed at national security council meeting as well in seoul and of course that we talked about with the americans too and are china correspondent adrian brown has more on what this latest test could mean for beijing. well it's getting harder for china to resist now the growing calls for even tougher sanctions against north korea china in the past has been reluctant to cut off the oil completely to north korea it has gone along with limiting exports of oil to north korea and of course it's no longer allowing north korean workers to come to china to work imported north korean labor is a very important source of hard currency for north korea now and next week at the united nations general assembly china will be sending a delegation led by the chinese foreign minister wang ye north korea will also have its foreign minister there so it's possible the two men could meet given that in
the past china has supposedly been the only country that has been able to exert any real influence over north korea the problem china has at the moment is this they don't really have a point man in north korea as they have done in the past someone they can talk to directly that person in the past was the uncle of kim jong un but three years ago he was executed so now china has no one to talk to and in fact no senior chinese leader has been to north korea for more than two years and that gives you a pretty clear indication of just how strained relations are now between pyongyang and beijing amnesty international says satellite images shows burned rangar villages in me in march they say they detect up to eighty large fires in rakhine state since august but have been corroborated with photographs from the ground almost four hundred thousand range fed me and mark since the military launched a crackdown in rakhine state the army says it's targeting armed groups in the
a journey halfway across the globe to cars are palestine. the reason for a trip is a seven year old girl named fire. fighter i was only three years old when i first met her in the most challenging circumstances. fight i was injured in a bomb attack on our home in hostile and her bad crossed with a mild leading to a relationship that can be given no name. yet among finds herself on a plane bound for gaza a difficult journey to a dangerous destination something perhaps only a mother could do for her child. my name is farheen omar and like ahmad i also live in san diego when i met some years ago and decided to follow her story
i had no idea it would lead to this extraordinary journey fighter lived with her family in a small town called bit on the outskirts of gaza fatah is on the border with israel . and in two thousand and nine during a military attack on a car czar called operation cast lead a phosphorus shell it fires home. there were a barrel by the wife's body their mother was the seriously wanted. everyone. in all of them i know when i was. injured was. spent just minister looked. we think this is going to be somebody we hear. on the other one and. it will make their way out of.
this. always there's something good from the first one. so that it was asking if you look at the still. maybe get it man outside. an american organizations called palestine children really find was successful in bringing fire out to san diego for free treatment. we went at the eyepiece yami thing and they were discussing coming to the united states i called the m. the next day and dad told her that i would like to host and you know i was there. is a child who was injured on january fourth of this year two thousand and nine during the israeli assault on the gaza strip three of her uncles were killed her mother eventually died having gone to egypt with a child for medical treatment and dying there and most of the family was injured as
well including five who suffered significant degree burns all over her body. so the family was destroyed basically through grandmother has suffered. a terrible loss her husband was killed three of her sons were killed and one of her daughters was killed so psychologically she's in enormous emotional pain as one can imagine. just paying my limbs. would have to get you know. tried. and she felt uncomfortable and confused first of all from have to go. trip from. some years ago actually on tuesday we have a first appointment with her doctor and he's going to see her for the first time after that we will decide he will decide how many series she needs but absolutely
she needs more than one surgery because it's a severe burn. we could attack a doctor but he's a skin specialist who volunteered his services to treat kids and luckily he agreed to treat for free. the last i heard of that was just. helpful because of the stuff that they're selling us about i don't know thirty zero zero zero zero zero zero zero zero zero belongings and i understand that online or more. prosperous than almost you know our class of starving want to go to shit stirrers are already able to come in early professor weeks. you know all the currently living there are so floored out there that it's going to be a tough thing for the expected or retail shelves a little bit of. those you know all you can call sort of
a purse issue and they will take their stock over the next time i meet find out she's no longer staying with their first host family and has moved in with jubran a retired nurse. amal is getting fire ready for her first surgery and i can see that father has quickly become very comfortable under her care amal is circular with her family in the us since one nine hundred eighty two but she is originally from haifa a city in northern israel she is christian by feet and arab by ethnicity born in haifa. the oldest of four children. my dad actually is from lebanon protestants cause i'm from them and went to the high school the greek orthodox high school lie decide to be a nurse when i was sixteen see somebody walk into the hospital and he was my sweetheart time and i was busy sixteen hours
a day taking care of these patients and he said i am coming here to get married five weeks later we get married and the greater united states i was here in one nine hundred eighty two christmas time i had three kids since my kids grow up i can rely on them to feed themselves i volunteer with a mission of good and. bad with them. before thanksgiving. i was at the church when abraham my friend came to me he said did you get to north of god there is. a child with a grandma here at. least open door i don't care. i proud the child under grandma to my house at the beginning she was stop or if she said she wanted everything there if you told her to pick what she dropped she refused
and she stand there she wanted all the lights on don't close the door don't turn the lights off don't sleep by herself lucky i. and i can feel that their friends and some friends coming back visit us from time to time they can tell me she's getting better. company yeah damn you know my husband and daughter also quickly became involved in taking care of. she was about the third or fourth one we had. but for was very unique child this letter was she went through all these tragedies she went through pretty much for a lover the very first day we saw her. again. playing the role of father for all four for one hundred whatever she needs and whatever my wife wants for i was very timid when she came here. and i guess the treasure was still fresh in her in her mind. you probably can hear now they're playing on by her probably remind
her with a tragedy. and that faded with time as a time progress you get yours or the house you get yours or the family and everybody here and should feel very comfortable as you become a member of our family one for a first came to us her first state of mind at that time she was very maybe isolative and little bit although she was very personable you could tell that she had her guard up she wasn't sure what was to come where she was going to move to move to or what will happen to her the next day very very quickly she became very. open with us she started to smile and to laugh and to be very attached to us as well or you a few days after for our move to our mother's home the grandmother became very ill and had to leave for egypt as a treatment could not be done here leaving find out alone in the care of a mine. with her only family member gone i was concerned about how far i would
go but when i met her at the time of our first surgery she seemed very content. for the little some ham assistance that my lawyer left and she would. not. you know it's very easy to go home. and family and the situation there just i mean just very smart. to. go have you explained to her she was going to questions you give her that i have. a hundred. ninety percent that's what by the doctors the surgeon ninety percent of her bad skin been removed to have six and cision and on her body and they implant the balloon on her back so they can extend the skin letter on the first night was into play as a night for her at all she wake up at the pediatric barrack you screaming crying so
they give her some they're caustic to calm her down and we've been doing this since then and all my we try to change her position because every thing is in pain when we try to change your position. so she can face me we moved over the bed and we can keep holding her hand all night the first couple weeks was pretty hard chinese virtually twenty four hour care. medication every six hours to be every all night basically they could cover. her medicine and she you know she was in pain and to me the somebody there is still going to child. in the in the for the first surgery she woke up she was calling i guess for her father or somebody in the she was fully conscious at that time. so those were the most difficult days i would say of the whole journey is the fact that she had to prepare her for surgery and watch her go through it and then the
recovery time is always a challenge because of course father has a very flexible and running around and energetic so to be confined to a stroller while she recuperates. and takes medication was very difficult to see. and she'd love the playground she love the water she love the sand but she could it she couldn't do any of it she just sat there so that was probably the most heartbreaking time is when i just i'm in a car she just sat there and so i took out the stroller put on my lap and just say when you get better you know we're going to come back and we did it was probably about two weeks later to go back and she finally recognize the difference between you know more better she was telling me and she was showing me how she was working in both the i tried to teach her to be independent and to trust that the main issue is here trust the trust and don't try to child children can't remember
so i never lied to her i meant her to trust me and trust my shoulder and i'm my husband and we're all faithful to her if we tell her we take you to the mall or to the bar take her to the most of the park. with the balloon implanted in her back if i went to the doctor three times to get liquid injected to expand her skin the liver and just a very lot of the americas and it's very rare for a. person to have you. haven't you don't have. a. history.
with the nano you're just removing the missing left she were a virus of all evil. i don't spoil her. i don't to make her like she's a special or give her full attention no because it's wrong as a bad mom she was really going to have this and here. i was with print for her health that's picture this way she can keep remembering him when the good. yeah yeah. we talk about the airplane she said airplane used to be something it's mom you know we made her just think that airplane is for glorification and happy time and i wanted to make her think about that too and that is the good place to go back and
hopefully will be a good place for her to go and grow up and have her education there. although i'm melissa christian she was mindful of fire as islamic creed and regularly took her to the mosque for friday prayers. that's. me. do weeks before she was scheduled for a second surgery fine i got an infection and had to be rushed to the hospital and the balloon in her back had to be removed prematurely. turn the heater on. and she stopped walking so over the weekend she was with
a friend so i picked up on sunday evening and she was with a high fever she refused to take the summer have her suffer there. i took it home with. her back and i can see three darts and it's really warm i called the blood on her. he looked at her he said it's infection yesterday and we're going to have a surgeon here here. to see how. this moment so the surgery was afternoon.
and i was an. hour and a half. they spoke to me and to my husband and they said seventy five seventy five percent skim extern they succeed to do. she doesn't want of this to go home with us we're going to. ok three days reveal. more narcissist of this is. wrong with the. woman her and i should. have left sick astonished. i need to save.
and i'm only shared with them afraid because he said to me. to put another to extend then back again in her back it's like oh my god they could. to open it and open and close them twice so i'm afraid on that point if they will do them. that's mean we have to go back two months back with her teeth man the war in the way she started was hard for her to walk and do all her activity since thursday i've been telling her that we have to have to fix her legs doctor holes will take care of care and she'll be ready to go back to gaza to her home town she is excited for most of the work we're able to do is here the last. and why their release is in and around the great lakes
we were able to get a lot more out of here it was just generate. really something we could do within the next immediate few months here and there we have to wait for it grow and then steer straight what you see we don't. know maybe the higher the smiley face hacking . while we're a few years past our book it's. amazing. you don't have any fish. to.
get. the right. you want to know what i think i mean this past eight months it's been very touching to watch her grow to watch her recover and watch her develop i mean she's become our own little person and she's become a part of us so to see a part of you leave us very disheartening especially to know the challenges that she'll face in the future that's very sad as well. for myself you know be a bit difficult you know we got attached or we got mixed feelings you know want to go back to her family we've been through her journey from the day she got here and
watching the progress she went through so i'm happy that she's going back on the other hand. just like. super formal charge is going to be a little bit of a pain day. after she finished her last surgery and we said we have one surgery to go and then we go to barbara which is her dad. by the time you come into closer and we want to talk to be there before i'm with him every time we talk about she is pushing back i don't think she's happy do. i think my mother is very emotionally involved obviously very attached and in
a motherly position so i was her primary caregiver as far as i've seen she's going to feel a bit of a lot of you know although she's had three children you know i'm being the eldest and. he's washed all of us grow and you know the of the nest at one point time this is a little bit of a different element in that this is a child that she actually watched go through trauma go through surgeries go to recovery develop into a little you know young little nearly everything. you know. it's hard to see child go in a way and you know he is not in his safe place you know that is the least can attack and in time even if i were the media doesn't cover what we see in gaza but it's attacking.
and their house it's on the border from the windows from the door from the balcony you can see a store you can see the areas checkpoint it's easy some sniper is there any sniper can direct shoot to this house and she can be on the steps out on down the should be can be on the window or maybe another bomb can come from the roof and. just you know she is not in a safe place and i'm afraid i'm afraid was for. we all have stories. some that enrich our memories.
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rex tillerson has issued a statement calling on all nations to take new measures against north korea he said china and russia must indicate their intolerance for these reckless launches by taking direct actions of their own south korea's president says north korea's actions will only bring more international pressure against the regime. you know hard or mine in this situation having a dialogue with north korea is impossible north korea will face even stronger sanctions and pressures from the international community that will force them to come to the path of dialogue we should be equipped to protect ourselves from north korea's growing nuclear and missile threats and to eliminate those threats by quickly punishing them in case of provocations against us al-jazeera as andrew thomas has more from seoul south koreans have always had a three pronged approach they want the capacity to be out of sight out of a missile site before a missile is launched and that's partly what that test was all about earlier on
friday that's number one number two is they want the capacity to take out the missile in flight that is partly what the third anti missile device is all about and third they want north korea to know that they're ready to launch missiles of their own in a punishment capacity in retaliation for any strike a three pronged approach that is the approach they've always said they're going to do a missile launch the south koreans carried out early friday as soon as they noticed that the north koreans have launched a missile that taps into if you like point one and three it's both a demonstration that they can preemptively take out the launch site but also that they have the capacity to punish afterwards but they're also working with the united states about potentially bringing in more fat batteries into this country as a way of intercepting a missile in flight so all of these issues will have been discussed at national security council meeting as well in seoul and of course that we talked about with the americans to amnesty international's use satellite imagery to highlight the extent of damage to burn drink of villages and me among the rights bodies says is detected up to eighty large fires in rakhine state since august. well those are the
headlines the news continues here on al-jazeera of the al-jazeera world stage and that's a watching liking it. when finally left and i thought i would forget about her after some time but this was not the case i saw my constantly worrying about her well being. a mile and a family had taken care of injured kids before but she always said there was something different something different about fire. almost three years after saying goodbye to find a model here's the possibility of seeing fire again. it took weeks for permissions to come through but when things were confirmed i called a mile immediately to share the news that the permissions now we are going to buy the tickets. so we are going with
a mix of excitement and dread we started the journey from california i don't. want to hold you she doesn't. really. like this it's just a few make. sure. after a layover in los angeles and in london we finally arrived in cairo late friday evening. in cairo we met up with the organizer off our trip. i had taught him best to keep our trip a secret from father and her family. you do you do in the family your coming no no no no no no no this girl with a quiet please excuse me everything was. in the papers knowing that this is. we were. on our way to we crossed this and i peninsula and so s.
going hard as we approached the border area between egypt and gaza i saw security vehicles in front and behind our bus to security. after six hours drive and several rigorous checkpoints our bus and the security vans made it to their off our border. inside the office area cameras are strictly prohibited and we used a discrete cell phone to capture this footage. as an international convoy with prior permissions we waited for three hours to get clearance for gazans to get through it could take much longer or they may be turned away altogether. thanks to us we got our visa and i could hardly believe we had actually made it to higher so we arrived
late at a hotel and could not go to meet fire right away she lives near the border with israel and we are cautioned not to enter that way at night. you know it's almost night. to live thinking about. to live to go see her so i text her oh i did see a photo. i don't see you shawn. early the next morning a mile drive towards fight us home. you would think that this one. this is the house where the house when feels like when feel like when i walk as we approach the house with a family had experienced the huge tragedy in my post started racing. i remembered the front entrance from footage of the bombing.
the world. they are going to and you. know and steve just you. and you. just did. this so much. and you just need this is the. minister's understatement. so it isn't the question the old. line about you know this is the. guy. she married. a few moments ago she's dealing with our surprise visit had everyone and especially for a in a bit of
a shock since it was summer legation everyone was at home quite as step mother her sister and her step sisters childhood and baby lima. right here you know this is just. you know. where i. was to this is the. father stepmother suggested they look at the album that had pictures of the mine and her family were using the internet. site to see you know getting to see it. and just. try to. seduce me. it seemed like for i was not remembering and that was. the candidate.
but you just only had to go talk to my mom. i realized at that moment that fight i had moved on in her life. she was no longer the little girl our man had cared for and the most important person in photos life now was her stepmother. one of the kids i was thought of and we are not. going to be president. but. these are going to demand young honeymoon. i knew i had read it for us father a few months after father's own mother's death in the bombing so i was surprised to see her so i touch too far yeah i can remember how many been ten million which was better and to play with him. going to our now our job was to me going to.
jam and then just going to. you. her last name which was my show you know most of. us from the mayor manny. kind of. my mannerisms said give me. some of can dance. yeah right you know not to get sad because you don't know how lovely young lady. is a different time and you will you know we have a little. love with him how much. do you. give me. i had gone up so much in the last two and
a half years. she was fully aware of the reality of her life and the cause of. but it was hard to judge how much fun i remembered of her time in san diego. was visibly depressed after visiting fighter understood me i wish i did not but i did and it. honestly. in a house full of people she was no longer the only child being cared for by many adults in our mother's home she was one of four children being cared for by an only mother and lived in an extended family of uncles and cousins and often helped out with chores and taking care of the younger ones i don't know i don't love when you hug them they don't hold back when you kiss them they don't kiss bad. i feel like i don't know. i wasn't happy i tell you. i was excited to come but
when i saw the situation. now. she says if she was. a minor tried ways to bring back the cheerful little girl who had sung bonny songs and filled her shared with gandhi on her birthday in san diego. richard. ok. ok. ok. ok. all right all haters only you. like us and we all know. it broke my heart to see almost spin. your body language. to this it.
just has to be stupid for. but was it really fair to compare photos life in america to fight as life in the cause. and that is exactly what i was doing. but she had a pretty nifty. have a better life with better education. than when i. don't know my right to talk about. the money that i started i don't father was still a young man but he had gone through a tragedy few can even imagine. what it was. in the attack on his house he lost his father three brothers a sister and his wife. and saw his child get hurt in the most brutal ways after the bombing he had sent away for treatment and rebirth his house and his life.
i saw him resilient determined to strive for a living and to provide for his family as best he could he owned a small piece of land that he farmed with his brothers providing barely enough for they combined families. he was attentive and affectionate towards everyone and especially towards fido. but i hope the other one had a vision this is a feeling that i was never one. of them i had. limited was that the best for the shock were all i would say i'm aware of a fact there was no trace of depression or bitterness just an amazing strength. of your own you know. i'm not long for a lot a lot of. love from leonardo. the father the good lord my god the buffer that
i learned over the sea with a pillow over them with yeah. the way they can see the one ensure their love. but. yet i'm on was not satisfied with the care fire i was getting especially her physical injuries. how do you make coffee when you somehow only understand some. vision. if you vision to marylebone. oh i can feel it. here all the time i'm. not in good condition she need more plastic surgery which we can avoid the plastic surgery if it's more attention from the parents. turkey which is massaging the area with the notion and make.
me more soft. i mean it's very sort of the stuff that makes. someone. said. to me that you. know how many. she's been. in town for a long time she needs. to call at least twice a month to talk to her one to one to talk to the family all around her want to. buy into. a model came out the gifts she had so lovingly bought for the children. she took special care to explain to the children how to use their imagination with a pin box. with another. head
. and it brighten everyone's heart to see the little one so excited. that. it is true that there was no trauma therapist coming to heal father and her family yet i saw contentment in that home and wondered how people who had lost so much found a way to live on and smile. a mile had said farah is a victim was she a victim of our family's economic condition or a victim of the war with israel as we drove back to our hotel i learnt that father lived in a small town called. a poor farm look ality on the outskirts of. there are no clear frauds and no playgrounds. although father's home is on the border the
entire cause a strip is in a war zone since two thousand and six when hamas won the legislative election and became the governing body in hasa israel and the international community has imposed collective punishment on the people of cars or in the form of blockade restricting the movement of goods and people through land sea and air this has created an economic crisis with eighty percent on harsens being dependent for food on un aid with an average birth rate of six children per woman gaza population has reached alarming levels and the infrastructure of cannot support its people more than twenty percent of the population lives in extreme poverty and this is expected to get much worse over the years. unless peace prevails and the blockade is lifted there is no likelihood of life
getting better for the people of or for far. too old. yes m i wanted to bring fire to the hood to have time alone with her when i started to cry a mile didn't have the heart to leave her behind. the pool oh maybe a year or so by hand but i didn't have the luxury of the hotel room was something new for fun and her sister. i believe this is the first time they go on your base or. to go to the my days of jumping on the bed sleeping in the snow they never slept on the bed. they were hunger they go to one of those areas to eat just hungry.
well. how big as. ever get that the good. men would. fight as happy smiles show that the child in her was still alive. and a mile had once again succeeded in bringing happen as into her life was really her was the work force it didn't work didn't work on someone. and for the first time in many days i saw my laughing.
listen to our yes. yes yes can i say now ready with you. on. that. right. now they are going to close down and it's my going out out the hour. and i said. that sound you. sound. like i want you not the few who live yeah oh yeah ok this is at issue hey if you. want to do the dishes. but you mustn't go out there what we.
level with his step mom was frustrating. the ai. that day when ahmad walked out of fun us house i felt she may be walking out of fun as life. just then an amazing thing happened. find out and down to our car to see a final goodbye to our my. almost joy cannot be described in words. it fresh like in that moment when find us spontaneously express turnoff for a mile she forgot on her frustrations and vowed in her heart to keep trying to make for us life better. she. was for. all the fight i may have forgotten moments off
a nine month stay in san diego with a mile in michelle she knew these people had a special place in her life. a mud did not go that far as living in a wars. known for how the palestine israel war erodes the rights of everyone especially the rights of generation all she wants is to see her father happy. amar's heart is as big as the gaza see that horse conscious sorrows. in the last six years has seen three was and deaths of three thousand civilians including over one thousand children. yet it finds a way to keep on living and to keep on loving. just like the people of gaza the courage strength and dignity will always be for me examples to live by.
for a man has decided to break with tradition and train to sail competitively we've been up we want to present a positive image and to use this to your typical expectation of women for them it's about more than just racing yes you can still be a good a modern woman and also a very talented sailor going off around the world showing everybody how strong people are al jazeera world meets the first female sailing crew in the gulf oman's sailing stars at this time on al-jazeera. welcome back come pleased to be able to report the temperatures in q.a. city are just beginning to drop why a little bit they've been the wrong side of forty five they're now just starting to come down so hopefully the heat of summer is over and temperatures return to
something like normal families who are still pretty warm across much of iraq through kuwait and into the southern part of iran elsewhere fine around the caspian sea thirty two and back united by john fine around the eastern side of the mediterranean with temperatures there close to thirty degrees in beirut let's head into the arabian peninsula where we have the heat and humidity here in the gulf states elsewhere cooler for sun up because you got the elevation there twenty eight degrees and it's pretty warm but dry as far as the heat goes in medina and mecca with temperatures still into the low forty's so let's head across into southern portions of africa where it is also dry and fine as you would expect at this time of the year so capetown ferment a cloud seventeen as the high elsewhere find in the eastern cape durban at twenty one up through botswana namibia all looking fine thirty two the high winter so let's head up into central africa where we have some pretty heavy showers affecting so sudan the central for a public and also to ward cameron and really around the gulf again it could be wet
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