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the u.s. as mediator in the middle east peace process saying it cannot be relied upon to play an honest role mahmoud abbas called for europe to play a stronger role in peace efforts instead after meeting french president in one electron in paris as asked about reports from paris. it was no surprise that the palestinian leader greeted the french president warmly as he arrived at the elise a palace emanuel my car has been a staunch critic of the united states decision to recognize jerusalem as the capital of israel off to talks on the crisis mahmoud abbas's said the palestinians could no longer accept a u.s. peace plan. the united states is no longer a credible mediator in the peace process we will not accept any plan on the part of the us because of the parties feeling and because of this violation of international law. mccraw has stepped up efforts to mediate in the crisis meeting
with the king of jordan and israel's prime minister earlier this month he wants to try and help revive talks but he has ruled out unilaterally recognizing palestine as the state saying it would be unhelpful at this time he's only just what the americans have marginalized themselves and i'm trying not to do the same thing that i think france's credibility lies in taking a position as we have today where we can talk to everyone emanuel michael says he's using france's position as a country that has good relations with all sides to try and help and with the palestinians no longer considering the u.s. as an honest broker it could leave the door open for france to play a greater role. so what we've seen as a manual macro getting really involved even of this is a very sensitive situation is much at stake france's position is difficult but macro. really looking to restore the opposition runs once ahead and put it on her national stage much the decision by the u.s.
on driessen continues to draw international condemnation thursday more than one hundred twenty countries including france back to u.n. resolution demanding washington withdraw its decision and across the world politicians continue to voice their concerns. supported the position that the conflict between israel and palestine should be resolved between them including the shoe of the final status of jerusalem. great importance to the police time issue because with things palestinians also as it is to reach right to establish their own country. lazer the prime minister led a protest in the administrative capital putrajaya. mackerel says he has no plans for a french peace initiative he says he's waiting to see what the u.s. has to offer but with the palestinians ruling out washington's involvement france and the european union could be called upon to fill the gap it's actually butler
al-jazeera paris and our other top stories the u.n. security council has unanimously passed a resolution targeting north korea's fuel imports a measure proposed by the u.s. will ban nearly ninety percent of refined petroleum product exports to pyongyang tensions are running high on the korean peninsula arctic injunctions government conducted a number of missile tests this year joining international condemnation and tougher sanctions spain's prime minister has rejected a call by catalonia as ousted leader karla's but don't want to hold talks after separatist parties want to slim majority in the first days we general election while my honorable insists he is open to a new era of dialogue he also says the next catalan government must respect law. russia iran and turkey have announced deals covering prisoner exchanges and demining in syria the agreements were made during talks in kazakhstan russia and iran backed the syrian government in the civil war while turkey supports a major rebel groups they'll meet again in the russian city of sochi in january to
try to bring the syrian government and the opposition to the negotiating table you're up to date with all of our top stories up next a once upon a time in punchbowl looks at the history of australia's lebanese community i'll be back in about twenty five minutes time do join me then bye for now. various crimes or striving. to get away from the war that was happening at the top . and they came here to restart their lives. as a margaret when i first arrived at this rally i like it i i struggled. it was very difficult. i wanted to give us the data but it. was
a part of the beginning there is it forced a lot. for us. for decades lebanese families come to a strange year to build a better life and escape the destruction of. that many of demonized in a new land. to. get rid of that multiculturalism the first that is kind of bottom of the list. then after fifteen years of immigration from lebanon anglo and arab australia is divided by the first gulf war they're being confronted with a choice between doing either our own restraint because up to now the multicultural story is both. first. i already answered this question are going to start as he does or not all the stars trailer and i shouldn't be asked about this john
modestly tweets if there's a study i'll tell you the about the book about this as well. in one thousand nine hundred a tiny criminal minority become drug dealing gangsters defying the you lose games we believe was. in two thousand and one. terrorism raises fears that arab australians are an enemy within the phone as a terrorist or as a rival you know by five years later and our intention explodes into one of the most infamous race riots in a strain in history don't go to the middle east to buy into the weak or the now that we have been in the eye for shock effect for state t.v. you have people converged on print out what they choose to know. what happened on that sunday in court all of it is a black or for a country. i'm
i live in asia one stone is what i'm on it none i am astronomy and i am lebanese i am muslim i'm up a majority i'm a child i'm already one of these is a story of what it's like to be live in ames and colas try and. we have a strategy and this is our homeland it says where we belong and this is what we have. to. break it inside out of an outbreak of violence here which they blame on local gangs. growing up in punchbowl was very ugly. odd that in the hurried. on didn't know how to run. and i was born in australia.
as a young teenager in the late one nine hundred ninety s. that e-mail as knowledge of a stranger is confined to a suburb demonized by the media as a center of middle eastern crime. where my family came from them on their move to the punch-bowl area. on work because they looked they looked arab they looked different they sounded different. but why destroy us would would be like you guys don't understand our language. bugger off go back home we don't want you here. they thought secluded all slowed segregated. for a brief period zacky goes to punch ball boys high. when many of lebanese astray in background feel outsiders in the country of their birth.
also excluded also away from. the standard of society. also rebel. because of the know what it meant been a strain. on you that i was an arab on you that i was middle eastern manuals all wrong. when he's thirteen years old that his confidence is shattered by the death of his mother are there not knowledge that my mom passed away even our shores. did and confirm did by the doctors and nurses it is sink in. this is one mom this is my mother is the one that. brought me to this world she gave birth to me she looked after me she finished gave me milk and everything and now all of a sudden she's gone. and i said most of when i was looking at her looking at
a on her deathbed. take me with you. don't leave me in this cruel world. four years later his father passes away. and i knew that i was all on my own. it's just neighbors the world that's the truth. emotionally isolated suffering from the death of his parents zack emailer is on the path to becoming the first astray in charged under new laws to combat terrorism. every nation in every region now has a decision to make either you are with us. or you are with the terrorists.
the enemy in the war on terror has to be ready for this. and very quickly the word radical disappeared and in the popular mind tira was associated with islam and muslims most of whom in australia were lebanese muslim sydney will have no use. for potentially a direct and immediate enemy. who are treated like we we're all suspects we were all under suspicion. our member i was walking home from school from the bus stop and this was just around one september eleventh happened and i remember a man spat at me. but i really didn't get fazed by that it didn't affect bin anyway i just thought that was his issue and he was ignorant but as the daughter of
community leader general rifi. is soon aware of what the attacks mean to live an easy astray and all of a sudden we are being victimized vilified and marginalized due to the actions of somebody somewhere who believes a certain thing and has a grudge against a certain nation and all of a sudden that impacts on me and partly what i observe poster think and the type of person that i am and it's also. by getting that. that negative perception from the wider community also makes the question what is it then to be in a strongly. we become very paranoid about neighbors we start questioning them we start interrogating them as possible threats and dangers and in the process we distance them from our songs we say to them the finger at some point about you now is you live in these no so you're muslim us not
your strain in us that's not longer a power no longer important. what we feed. and fear turned to aggression is encountered by actor and film director george basher on his way to work the morning after nine eleven. i went. to pull up to a musical it was up in front of me and just cuts me off at the. and he looked at me look. and he is terrorist. now really i wanted to rip him out of the car and just believe in dallas that he. had two good sisters thought was over that that's what he wants i'm not going to give you no satisfaction it. does it might. say universally see you on the pitch well you have it. doesn't bother me.
as a bit of a terrorist. settlers johns much as you are chip. branded the enemy within the loyalty of lebanese astray and is questioned like never before . and zacky mela begins to see the vilification as one more reason for his own happiness or loss but my parents ever lived near those no one else around sitting at home with mind the pressure on a figure out what to do tomorrow and i feel compelled to be a part of this soap or war on terror. you can call it radicalism you can call it fundamentalism extremism are call it someone calling for help.
is effect on our community was very intense. after september eleventh. young people have been under different kind of roots. it's no longer they get the rich quick no longer drug no longer had a word it's even worse than that it was a religious radicalization. zacky mela is one of many vulnerable young lebanese astray and men in punchbowl. but one of the very few who sees extremism as the answer to the despair and isolation. he spends long hours in a random search for enlightenment. when he doesn't find what he's looking for at the lake in the mosque he seeks out radical clerics for advice. i wanted to
find out. why we have muslims. on. engaging in acts of violence with a target in applying whether it's blowing up an embassy whether it's blown up thank you and others with you all at no where are they getting this audiology from where is it coming from. a lot of these newly found religious leaders. who have no formal teaching have no formal training who have no qualifications whatsoever their way of training on formidable young people and a lot of people with a mentally unstable. right then those just pretty much dead in the in the brain i was detonated. on that advances i had some comfort.
it was my warning just a massive explosion. feeling and my being young children one year on from nine eleven. eighty eight a stray ends lose their lives in the bali bombing. once again the lebanese a strain community feel demonized by the media. the bali bombings bring that home global violence home to a strong it's for many young australians kuta beach is almost like an extension of bhandarkar nala. to have been attacked and destroyed there is extraordinarily shocking. there's a sense in which anger about islamic church is now to mr kite it now it's at home and people are really angry. that's when we felt this terror has hit.
we govern ised or what if it's. and support of those victims and we do the a lot of good work at that time. now unfortunately the media again and again. did not see us as a victim they saw us also at the same time as part of the problem brothers in the solutions. i went through the september eleventh the bali bombings the london attacks we are the generation of news headlines we are constantly reacting and being put under the microscope of constantly having to justify ourselves place ourselves in boxes change ourselves from the mold start off on the back full convince the world of who we are all that while trying to maintain a normal lifestyle. in this climate of fear zacky chooses the wrong moment to play the part of jihad warrior. he applies for
a passport to fly to the middle east saying he wants to make a prospective bride in lebanon. alarm bells start ringing at the astray and security service a zero the sort of one day to give me a phone call to call me up and say listen we're from this trojan security intelligence organization. we want to speak to you about your past but up occasion ah there is no easy or was. i. who are you guys never heard of use of the thought of the cia or you the cia. we have this trained security intelligence organization and when it is speak to you immediately. and then agents waiting for me outside size one i'm zacky mala this was rock this is hollywood. this is what i want. and here it is and this is where it begins. a lonely teenager has finally got the attention he craves. but beyond malice
fantasy fee is a spreading that a strain borne terrorists could threaten a nation. as wild suspicions spreads the lebanese community feels under attack. as the war on terror rages a strain borne zakk email or is depressed and stacking shelves in a local supermarket. but to the intelligence services he's a potential terrorist. i was damn stupid and educated i was a fool rebellious. i'm sitting in all these questions what's your view of them oil level. what's your view about osama bin laden. do you support terrorism. a thinking of participating in in the violence or said opposite but on the other
hand if jihad is declared an art. as one teenager enjoys his fifteen minutes of fame the lebanese community feel the brunt of new anti-terrorist laws. as part of the war on terror at home a strain in acts something like fourteen different pieces of legislation which i geared towards increasing the power of government to prevent and control terrorist organizations and terrorist acts we were quite a fright. of the implications of such laws on our daily living we also were afraid that the young people who might have been influenced one way or the other may says you are wrong thing they may do the wrong thing or even thing the wrong thing. i
accept that there is a feeling in the community that thoughts were going to be promised but that's not the reality we can't arrest and charge people for. thinking something but not acting on it in any white we have to have solid acts committed by people before we would act in terms of charging them for criminal offenses. but the new laws make the community feel as if they're being targeted. we suffered a great deal we could not trust that tuesday new legislation will be elected to properly rush them through. the security services were in fact identifying small numbers of people who were thinking about planning to arista attacks but the skyll of that behavior and the scale of the response were totally different. so the atmosphere becomes much more
paranoid not simply much government but also much the community. at the start of the second gulf war the lebanese a strain community is increasingly accused of being sympathetic to terrorism after the naughty eleven situation of the use it was probably two to three years after that i had a situation where a couple of undercover police rocked up at my workplace and said what it is. after growing up in punchbowl south is a proud lebanese a strong. now working in management so we sat inside and apparently somebody suggested that i was a supporter of terrorism or funded terrorism. my first reaction was to laugh because i was very outspoken against the war in iraq and so on. and i did call the radio many times to prefers that. somebody apparently had my the
comply and they'd come out to investigate but i thought was laughable. the new legal powers and increased police activity inevitably target zacky malla. this ready for deployed not the model the game is above from the foreign minister alexander downer who said we have formed the opinion that you are a long way to engage in conduct that not prejudiced the security officer. or of a foreign country. and i read the us there are still there is no what it meant. malice passport is withheld because the authorities believe he could see terrorist training in the middle east and the federal government seizes the opportunity to promote its antiterrorist credentials in the media. it time to the point where it's on what walk out onto the streets people come to me and say
you are the terrorist you're the g hardest or the fundamentalist or the extremists go back home you're walk we don't want you here. where you wanted to go i was born here this is my country this is all on our. isolated and increasingly paranoid zacky mela is getting attention beyond his drains. but now his jihad fantasy is starting to scare him. out of the threat of the little more door saying. jesus. course as your lord is your god get out of this country go back on. the gun. those knowing that look after me. and within twenty four i was the new self falls counterterrorism unit right at my house and charge me for position of a illegal firearm. then zacky makes the
biggest mistake of his life. but will. most ago although. and make a video and target threat on them. have been approved and have been long in. the last night the decision to go in the bin was still there were there no way on scene this is eerie. in the video when you listen to it it makes clear threats that if you don't give him back my passport i'm going to take you hostage i'm going to kill you eccentrics at your words of threat. out of a job and running out of money he tries to sell the video to an agent posing as a journalist. i took the three thousand dollars off him on on that afternoon. in condo park and. he said i don't know whether to issue.
you know good luck or good boy. in other words or now with i'll be seeing seeing you again or this bit is going to get you shot. not a second out of place cause there were. you on the wrist. for planning a terrorist attack in sydney. woke. me to bring charges on the recent commonwealth legislation with acts in preparation for a terrorist act. zacky is locked up in golden maximum security jail awaiting trial charged with two counts of planning an act of terrorism. author this is all a dream that this what is happening with me right now be enticed in orange overalls shackled padlocked and after with i mean number touch to me sitting in a maximum security so. this is a movie i was going to wake up sometime soon. on
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president says he will no longer accept the united states as mediator in the middle east peace process saying it cannot be relied on to play an honest role now when abbas was speaking at a meeting with the french president and in paris where they discussed u.s. president donald trump's decision to recognize jerusalem as israel's capital of. the united states is no longer a credible mediator in the peace process we will not accept any plan on the part of the us because of the parties and the league because of this violation of international law. meanwhile there's been more violence in palestinian territories between protesters and israeli security forces at least two people have been killed in gaza where israeli forces used live ammunition to disperse the demonstrators and all the headlines spain's prime minister has rejected a call by catalonia as our city to karla's but don't want to hold talks are to separate as parties won a slim majority in thursday's regional election all mariano rajoy insists he's open to a new era of dialogue he says the next catalan government must respect the law the
u.n. security council has unanimously passed a resolution targeting north korea's fuel imports the measure proposed by the us will ban nearly ninety percent of refined petroleum product exports to pyongyang today for the tenth time this council stand united against a north korean regime that rejects the pursuit of peace the cameras gene continues to defy the resolutions of this council the norms of civilized behavior and the patience of the international community their arrogance and hostility to anything productive has set their country on a destructive path south sudan's government and opposition forces have signed a cease fire deal allowing humanitarian access to civilians the deal agreed after talks in the ethiopian capital addis ababa is the latest attempt to end the four year conflict. andrews' president has survived an impeachment vote
in congress over corruption allegations by republican is accused of receiving illegal payments from the brazilian construction giant a company that's been at the center of a massive bribery scandal right across latin america all those you headlines once upon a time in punchbowl now continues looking at australia's lebanese community i'll have the news hour afterwards in twenty five minutes. syrian had to decide would be the word of a terrorist in waiting by the. bridge. or a man who just you know desperate on the media attention. is the first to stray in in history to be charged under the new counterterrorist laws with planning acts of terrorism. if ound guilty he faces to life sentences momos activities which are essentially. boosting
bravado rather than anything else provide a an opportunity to put the whole structure of criminal law into action they needed to test their power so i needed to taste is a new amendment and legislations. are down except that anybody in the police in this economic class or any other class for that matter said let's ariston just someone just to test the law. after one year and nine months in mexico and security he is acquitted of the terrorist charges but pleads guilty to threatening a zio offices. he sentenced to two and a half years. so yes i was guilty of threatening to kill those offices. only because i took my passport. i had no one to turn to god and last
so it was more words of that going into this whole situation in the first place. they should have looked at me as someone who was troubled. by trade me as a terrorist. for all of his short life zacky has felt like he didn't belong in the country of his birth. for the first on interacted with all industry allianz what ok you know australians asian astrology and aboriginal australians it wasn't just my point. so funny enough to say it was all been that made me understand that yes i was truly and. i actually thank them for this turnaround in life by sending me to goldman and understanding things from different perspectives.
zacky never loses his taste for publicity and uses t.v. and social media to record visits to the rebel front line in the syrian civil war so. four years after nine eleven fears over arab the australian terrorism continue to threaten the harmonious ideals of multiculturalism. and here in this iconic ozzie sating racism is set to explode. for decades two worlds have shared one stretch of coastline in a country they all call home.
crowd was like home on the weekends as a kid to charing summer it was as if bankstown upon school had migrated to the park . growing up in locanda muhammad caboodle a thinks of chronology as he summer backyard. it was full of arabs and was full of lebanese johns and barbecues and hardly bubblies argelès as we call them. full of all the really wonderful things that it was known that was normal to us and it was great because it was it was safety it was. and it was fun it was fun as a kid. for the el cares living in punchbowl is their family beach just as it is for generations of western suburbs families. go by football in the
same and we went swimming at the bache it was a local bridge i've never had an issue going to court all you did you was interact with the locals probably not but just like any other person on the boat never an issue. was a strain from. all in all for over thirty years and no one's ever said a bad word to me or looked at me in the wrong way or. my in-laws almost sister in laws my brother in law know all these and commons and whatever else and no one's ever said about the may. in any way shape or form. one of the things it was very clear about was that nobody knew it was going to happen. when they came to power in ninety six the howard government specifically got rid of the strand in multicultural research program and that that had a really quite profound effect because nobody was talking to anybody that was going
on there was no nobody was actually tracking what was happening in communities and so there was a sort of unraveling of social knowledge about what was happening in a strike. feel like something was brewing but in hindsight you can actually see now that all of those things that were coming into play were building up to a crescendo. like many in the lebanese a strain community lebanese born teaching jihad deed is aware of the danger too late with the go back to the gulf war then it's a temporary live and then a gang rapes in the other things that were occurring. they've been a continual seed arabic and islamic. you know these other people these are others that are out there to quote somebody on a stride. and when collapse into one it's no surprise all the supposed.
you know it is just a matter of time. and now with the anniversary of the bali bombing just two months in the past the fuel is set for canela to ignite. there's a clear line between nine eleven and the events occur nala four years later. it's a lie and that's fashioned by the increasing tension between the wider society and lebanese astronomy of muslim faith. for white anglo youth nine eleven provides a justification for moral outrage about lebanese muslims. it's almost as though they are primed to explode. all that's needed is a sponsor. after months of mounting tension on sunday december the fourth
a scuffle breaks out between some volunteer lifesaving and a group of teenagers described as mediterranean who from the middle east lifesavers bashed while giving up their weekend to help others. and that which should have ended. but certainly media outlets there wanted to raise the ugly again. liberty's community will not respond. and that i never saw any community any community want and often get you a lot of tell me so many community but the lebanese community. news. tun use the men now they they know they can sell papers and. not for the first time over the next few days the media fans the flames of racism. the message is clear
arabs are attacking astray in culture and values what the grub's well i tell you what are your absolute love burgers for the middle east and gravely i mean aware of the fact that i'm saying that. there was a license that kind from the education of people like alan jones and there was a license that came from the widest sense that lebanese muslims in particular were a source of danger and threat within a stride side if not guilty really too bad a little weak and it thousand dollars a very long beach going to be taken over by the scum what is it about us that you hate so much. for name that. the vitriol is hard to take the media didn't do anything to positively contribute open critic column to the situation in any way all they did was promote slander perpetuate feel for cation
the petulant discrimination and racism and it was really really hurt for. four days before the riot announcer alan jones raids out a message sent by a listener. to invite one of the bike again to be present in numbers a crowd all around by station for the lebanese dogs arrived and we were at the price of admission to watch the cowardly carry back on to try and for the return trip to the lives we were really really afraid divorce of moderation was silenced. by zeev used that we were hitting on the read you go back show was so awful that i felt ashamed to call myself australian at that time. stood up by newspapers and radio people send thousands of text messages. all that week was a crescendo of emotion because he does it and zero eight or
isaac. seven thirty am sunday december vian evans. crowds begin to gather at cronulla beach normally there are ten police on patrol. today down on hundred and sixty. i think it was about two hundred and seventy thousand s.m.s. being sent on the. to teach zelig bodies thoughts alyson's. by two thousand and five sergeant craig campbell has worked the cronulla beach for four years but this weekend he senses there's something different in the air. like i village fit atmosphere those people haven't bobbies in those. ply.
i was wall to wall bumper to bumper and a story i will when walking down the footpath greenock i a cruiser oh i was sort of drinks i like i had a clock in the morning and i'd only say that you know i should turn to the boys and i said oh my so is going to turn to shit but i'm strong boys you watch you watch and i also looked many things i attacked and i went yeah. good standing on the so i would feel quite right. right. right right there was everywhere i go. oh. god. i'm not pointing at the crawler all the little boys went down in cause the problems one sign is rice's meeting this country is they. say carla.
was full of the protests that we couldn't join. was wanted to come up. by lunchtime the police have closed off several streets trying to stop the crowd increasing. we also deployed ride blocks in southern sydney and they sed in sydney to stop people from coming in because we didn't want to add fuel to the fire bus in filling everybody get paid. but by then the mob had been whipped up into a racist frenzy. all our member seeing is so many angry faces seventy pushing and shoving through a struggling flag being carried in
a way which i don't think the style in flexed ever be carried. was. was. the strength in flags. has many meanings people use them as beach towels as a cane ease but in the case of chronology they always used as flags of. the flag should be a symbol that you not see everyone it was trying to be used as a means of dividing. it was just a really really confronting spot to say. it's offensive you know you have no idea who i am you have knowledge about my culture and you've
become that much what have we done to you. as racist suggs wrapped themselves in the symbol of the thing and for a man and a strain is on the precipice of international. one pm sunday december eleventh. five thousand riot has many fueled by alcohol have turned the streets into a hunting ground zero one way to go. any. great threat but. anyone who isn't why he's.
got it is a lasting image of a person who's just seems like they're running for their life along the boardwalk at the beach. and i think i think for those who were watching it i just thought how could it get to the us the police believe the violence is primarily fueled by alcohol. but for george bush the real cause is endemic racism. i laughed laughed. as a what a joke. i don't know how much they would be on me and where they can convince me every single person there was drunk. take a lot of convincing play to prove that to me. just to me just doesn't. fortunately there are only a few lebanese astray and on the beach like most of the nation the community
witnessed the horror unfold via radio and t.v. . so i wouldn't want to post my brother said his wife who's from cronulla i remember the more information i threw the ready i was thought to have been on t.v. i saw my brother sammy's for a strange he just couldn't believe what was actually. bogans is not only becomes women crawling even if i. come down. in this warped version of what it means to be a strategy multiculturalism has become some sick idea and a threat to the increasingly sinister mob there was one young man who became iconic
across his chest was written we grew here you flew here it's almost like a sort of. nazi thing of blood and soil. that unless you a move from the soil you have no right to it. we never knew that. ozzy's would be. forms of had so much in them particularly coming from canola particularly coming from the area that we knew so well and we were there so often. and it was like being punched by a neighbor. at
three pm rumors suddenly spreads that a train load of lebanese a strain you are about to arrive was. then comes the terrifying reality. there are just two men on board the middle east and. as we walk through well look up into the last carriage up in the top. dick you could actually say those two young guys getting belted. when i got fully up into the carriage then i could see three people those two young guys just killed off in a ball i just taken it. yelling out early had no effect. you know why the move tables boy striking them with my baton.
the riot flashes around the world britain canada and into an asia issue travel warnings urging the citizens to exercise caution when visiting sydney. the intensity of the phonics and the rice is that underpins the it's is what makes this different it says those something deep and inside the australian psyche that spain v.m. reprise but. just by a veneer of civilization has now been allowed to erupt and. what happened on that sunday. is a black off for our country regardless of which so out of the poll that political friends you see on regardless of which cult. that was not a good die for australia as a nation. on december eleventh
a nation. in the following days fifty one riots has a charged. yes of prime ministers still sees this trial different. i do not accept. that there is underlying right in these crimes. unfortunately what john how was said the doctor was totally off the mark. he was acting as a statesman probably trying to shield the nation from that common issue that nation as a whole but until it you who was told that. the horror has only just begun. and three lebanese astray and men are about to seek revenge. but
we went down to punchbowl park and there was hundreds of people there hundreds of young. relief. for war. with. a young boy who had a lot of their serious weapon on him and there were cause they're. going to kill. even the most the most articulate and the most intellectual people in our community with filled with outrage because how much. can someone take before they crack. it's time once upon a time in. history that. the response creates a potentially infamous song. to attack. gangs of men the middle eastern origin but. we have to live on this we
step forward. two feet to bryant's one place struggling to hold the progress. and i looks like real active weather that we've seen from really south australia right through to queensland is now dying done that's the front the brought it and drop the temperatures brought thunderstorms is a rather weaker effect doesn't mean there won't be any showers at old or thunderstorms they seem rather less likely temperatures are rising again now we're up to nearly thirty more from brisbane down to melbourne and westwards perth where a little bit lower but the wind here is a bit of a breeze from the south is slowly warming up here but it's forty in fact forty two
by sunday inland by this time it's cold and for adelaide melbourne and the camera just a wind direction is a big difference and look at this thirty five in sydney i smell trouble brewing here and our frontal system is very obvious is it disappears across the tasman sea but it's really just cloud i think it will bring a shower or two to new zealand but more clouds than showers twenty to twenty degrees fairly steady actually ready for the last few days i'm funny thing it's slightly woman come sunday let's just leap north and see how winter is getting on not quite as cold as it was temperatures reach double figures again tokyo's a twelve sols at eight degrees the snow on the ground but it's melting.
and the war on terror begins without can but it does not in there no terrorist state poses a greater or more immediate threat than the regime of saddam hussein this is a regime that has something to hide they have aired a significant propaganda machine and guess what not one w m d shite was found in iraq since the one nine hundred ninety one iraq a deadly deception at this time on al jazeera. i sometimes feel that we're really looking into the hearts and the soul of those directly involved in advance taking place very good at telling all sides of the story from the political elite to those people who've been affected you really get to know what's happening on the ground
that's very important for me as a generation past that can often feel that my continent is misrepresented and we've changed that your story is important to us it doesn't matter where you come from. forced to flee from syria to lebanon many refugee mothers risked childbirth in terrible conditions delivery is very difficult here in lebanon it's ghostly i can't go back to syria now because of the war but one lebanese woman is committed to helping them. become friends the nephew when i attend. she's important to me this is there are a few g.'s midwife at this time on al-jazeera world. this is al-jazeera.