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gone. a lot and has. the top stories on al-jazeera turkish government officials say a prominent saudi journalist and critic is still inside the saudi consulate in istanbul earlier the washington post had said it wasn't sure if contributed to mount showed he was being detained or questioned it said he was last seen entering the consulate to pick up paperwork shelties commentaries and criticism of crown prince mohammed bin said men have been published by several western newspapers because solo joins us live for more from stamboul so soon and what more do we know . well house him her i am right in front of
saudi consulate in istanbul yesterday to marco she actually entered inside this consulate to get our paperwork actually he was planning to get married with a turkish girl turkish woman and he had to get a paper from his national country is to have the office will operate sions here to get married with the turkish lady and after he entered inside the building he didn't get out this is what we know and according to turkish office all sources we know that jamal khashoggi is still inside turkey he hasn't been brought to any other kountry he hasn't left turkey however i have been speaking to speaking to his fiance of course she's terrified she is very very she doesn't know what what's happening to him and she told me that last week to my question she came here to talk about these or fishel paperwork before his marriage and he was very well kept from the saudi officials in the in the consulate building but today she told me
that the fiance told me that they had a question mark they were a little bit worried what's going to happen and for now everybody is waiting in front of her the consulate building including damascus shifters journalists france and turkish air out media platform all right thanks very much in stamboul. u.k. prime minister theresa may says britain is not afraid to leave without a deal if it has to for the european union at the conservative party's annual conference may defended her plan for britain's exit from the bloc in six months time she said the u.k. will be a champion for free trade across the world after breaks no one wants a good deal more than me but that has never meant getting the deal at any cost britain isn't afraid to leave with no deal if we house too. leaving without introducing tariffs and costly checks at the border would be
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from the border with syria. quite different from the capital beirut it has really old buildings and it's neighborhoods markets and old to move to alleys. it boasts more than one hundred sixty landmarks castles mosques schools hons which means an old guesthouse how mums which are baths markets and water springs as well as beautiful walled engravings. croon. crooners. ornish here for thirty.
that. not many people living in tripoli know that this con known as the hunka is there in the heart of their city. it dates back several centuries to the period of ottoman rule when it was donated to the community as a refuge for women who had lost their husbands. a mother of three is the youngest woman living in the hunka she couldn't find anywhere to live after she was divorced so she came to live in the hunger while she tried to find a job. on
less subtle when national of color are not on her. i don't know how long. well i don't remember i want the word. change. the word hunka comes from a persian word. meaning somewhere for long term guests like religious teachers needing somewhere to study. shouldn't be confused with a place for the mentally ill as it was once used in some arab countries like egypt . the word has changed over the years and is now pronounced as hunka or han. the place was actually built over seven hundred years
ago when the mom looks ruled the region and was later designated for the exclusive use of widows. as a charity it's run by government ministry but has fallen into a very poor state of repair i never signed up. it was as if. somebody. on comes a sauce on time and not about. beauty but i'm going to. want to comment on that that doesn't mean it also has a bad coffee and to have a new comment on the see want to see. how many other day if you were. better at it and along with about something that i did everything by mathematical konkan is i don't know that but it.
is the oldest resident in the hunka aged eighty and has been living here for over twenty years. word has it when she was a young woman she was quite beautiful. she still has a great memory especially for old songs which is more than happy to sing for the other residents. but if you ask her about her own life story she says is when i can go in. she flew on. for him and the other women living here a sense of isolation and loneliness have become a part of daily life. her
established by the phoenicians but then occupied by a series of invaders from the romans to the byzantines from arab muslims to the crusading franks followed by the man looks in the fourteenth century and the ultimate in the sixteenth hundreds. after the first world war came the french occupation of greater syria before lebanon was founded as a separate country in one thousand twenty. has been out into the market and bought basic items for herself and the other hunka women. to qualify to live within these walls a woman must first be a widow and then crucially have absolutely no means of supporting herself
financially. the previous occupant of this room had died so it became available to him ali there are three women of that name here but this is all my lead gets to work cleaning the gun delia from the market. this is. known especially for her kindness but her health is poor and she's had surgery in the past. we up the horn
while we see what we have and more of it up i'm under no the burden of a new born. oh my son will be number. one in an on thing that. we love that the underling more thought know nothing about the fellow about the mile island. when this mile is husband died she worked as a cleaner at this law make education center. fifteen years ago she moved into the hunka with her youngest daughter and three grandchildren.
the mosque has two gates one leading to the hunka the other to a bridge on which the mosque was built which is why it's called the hanging mosque . mother moved to the hunk of when her husband died during the lebanese civil war. although three. fell out of the. game on a given one of the pain and the fact that her kindness and if. that's inventive in
a new one in there. about a forbidden love. i will see what can name and. i like it are different from different then me with a bit of. the second demo well that. is the newest hunker resident and. a very bad day. and we should. be the better of a lot of normal. i'll pull you out of the mentor to me
but i'm not a rude or. rude man. that i'm given that and have a bit of it. but. the hunk of became a charitable institution through a process called walk in islam this is when a property is donated by its original owner to the community in perpetuity. that's why its upkeep is the responsibility of the under the endowments ministry the building and the windows are his responsibility and i want to call you for the magic of. the lord our.
did i did it at the bottom set it up on the summit level with some about that to look at delhi but will it be a little odd that i didn't know what the head of this is just a lot of the city. yeah . yeah yeah. yeah. oh yeah oh yeah. yeah yeah yeah yeah. yeah some of the widows are in tiny amounts of money peeling and cleaning vegetables for other people. but the widows living and the hunka by definition have no real source of income and
semi it has played for two football clubs one in beirut in the lebanese premier league and another in tripoli in the second division and then he didn't. panic do you see a few years for him to have. any. this rub. let me because i'm a. and then managed to miss. some things you'd like the money delisting here. is a matter of an awesome. darbyville of men might. be
needed that is you all are a mystery and suddenly thing you've. honed. the rick feel the. things have worked out relatively well for sammy it despite his early life and the refuge but there's a question mark over whether on the female residents of the hunka genuinely qualify for its charitable support. one suffer prison wealthiest country held together with an iron grip libya is now torn up talks everybody wants to have his share of authority and all the money they can not be gored centrally just from one city like to put in the big picture that dissects the roots of the conflict and asks is to blame in the last for libya the only job
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this century's old building in the heart of the historic order of the lebanese city of tripoli has been a sanctuary for widows unable to support themselves since ultimately times. two and the other widows living here rely on charitable donations of the basics to live on. thirty son makes a deliveries and then she is responsible for the distribution of everyone's share. each widow gets an allocation according to the size of the family are living in one tiny room. some families have grown up at the hunker like oh my daughter. her
brother's wife layla. and they have be are the daughter of another widow a mom and. none of them have anywhere else to live. under are going to demonstrate a bizarre thought of being. different than with. one of the new female hosts of the story let alone. the assumed great unknown deity and young at this not bad about them but the but they are a little bit of the one of the. must leave you. alone the fluxes of the heaven is up but they're the best the last bus the bus already back in fianna to cap the two i left you and the safe a hell of a day and here to tell you if all. the see any kind of a beat and a half hour lead what an abridgment it with
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honky. had just given out a. long live only in. my stand up bad guy seen him and didn't like understand at. all what i love is and i made one last shot him eleven hard and then when. i was telling the other nasa how many are out there my luck would have died too i like that whole. thing high jacked up. one hundred one legacy went in. with the hard disk dignified and kind he was the. yeah then i was smacked in the lead to bad. i'll tell my family i'm going to give. so i looked hungrily i mean mr howard well am a family man let's see i have a dull bit of
a lot. less than i'm going i am almost like that better better better than bethany . what. with her husband now in jail for drug dealing. no goes to the hunk of every day to share in her mother charity supplies memo and you know we're going to be out on our own in a walk it now all the while knowing all too well your i'll wait game how people. will react to. and i'll be as safe that's the t.v. reality and i and i love. it when you're there because you.
would. use it as mother miley is now too old to carry on working as a cleaner she relies entirely on charitable donations including money to buy medication. today meat and vegetables arrived and she went to visit her grandchildren. she cooked and invited her other daughter faiza and her son in law sammy is the footballer to lunch. with. me.
because the hunger was donated to the community under the islamic practice of walk it's administered by the ministry of and. that means that she doesn't simply have to look after the widows and the crumbling old stone structure he's responsible to the ministry for deciding and monitoring exactly who has and doesn't have the right to live here. what are you in them because they can come to them because. broad was the for her in the. first part leaving the set out on a lead larry is the more you learn while larry is exactly how done yesterday for ali you know what i said at the you know my left arm and i model the rock from. the sun obviously had that in my neck from the one man he and i were are not global
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and only view and the she a lot of middle a lot and then on the other still bill and it is what are the lot about to lead the learned alot on but are still to knowing human history is in progress that we do is can only wait and worry about the outcome. the fear is more than anything and hope to benefit from the charitable giving that's an integral part of ramadan. you need because people don't give you stuff you don't know we had that was a pro he was telling me of us. how tell us. a song. go oh yeah you have to move good and i like. go on with a loan a month later would be undernourished you're. very sure about that a lot number one the sums up. my bit alone i would be cured right now the glory
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oh ok the the back to the very thing i will oh oh ok. the only thing well the the old. the just. now was on the roof of another building lives on molly's son. he lives in one room plus the roof terrace. this evening he's hosting a celebration to mark the birth of a daughter to his sister faiza and her husband sammy it. lamb is on the menu. but how about you fuck with. the host
that i found and the one on the side of my family is that going to bed to me but less of it than me. and i thought of a best. and the grim one look. in the work how do. i know most of you. i mean. how do i give me a bad memory with the brain i'm elaine a bit unsure with one arm. thank. you very much. can you understand. why. you. the women are neighbors and all care about each other but living in such a confined space day after day can lead to domestic tension.
but it's normally short lived and they make up quite quickly it's a tight knit community. and. while i thought one of. them that would have. been the better moment. i'm the one with the story that i could that i live on and i would have found them the first time but i'm going to give them a moment i mean easy. when i come out and i'll come clean up all of that
have been having a play about the weapon and i was at work i live in the. community coffee that i would kill for that one had a friend that he was a couple of the rights to that you know from i use the variable i wouldn't use a christmas beanie. have it on me when you're one of the young more than a. lot of the endowments ministry has identified women and children who don't qualify to live at the hunka. or you've done. them with them at any time in his year that more people. and that i'm a long shot but. more so than the one inside the home and if that means. we've done. a lot of work on the. why. are we. we have. but jeff you're us decides to defer any of vixens
until after ramadan. the widows start to receive cash donations during the holy month so in fact the endelman brahim go shopping on behalf of all the hunger residents. but three months after the end of ramadan the hunt in strangely quiet. the rooms were a mile. and a mom and once lived are locked and empty. the ministry identified that there were in fact only two women genuinely qualified under the rules of the hunger
to live there. and on my list six getty have genuinely nowhere else to live and no family able to support them. i have to have. some article i. hunger a lot of it i mean in late twenty sixteen the down ministry decided to renovate the hunka to restore the building and make it a fit place for homeless and dispossessed widows to live. more of the good of all of them had the amish in the in their own way is on the then i'm. coming from the law but i. only inferred and on my list again remained at the hunka at that
time. and i had three jobs and now i only have one but i'm still providing for my family . the first time i was admitted to hospital i didn't show any signs of m.s. . and all that but at about my opinion when i have become very positive and stop thinking about the negative sides of families just get on al-jazeera well he is from the us living with amps in egypt.
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