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score that position the kaiser made a state visit to morocco that year. germany lost eight million citizens to world war two and faced the post-war years with a severe manpower shortage. to rebuild germany needed men. agreements with countries across southern europe and by the mid one nine hundred sixty s. morocco and tunisia. shift boss sabri a german of to nissin descent. i've been a spiritual guide to many arabs who came from north africa since the one nine hundred sixty s. . but that. is. the statement from must.
have. it or must not it is tell you what i mean. i was c.s.a. way over to mr sharon janet. hamill who. asked me what i like when i actually had to from the body the. last almost a month and we had already having this but. what i can. if you have it be dead when we. have that's when i'll be at. home. and how we year. when. i thought coffee been especially the congeal of the initial fear. the.
small local tunisian and then. even as i was slender. by it was intent on straight but a classic. one should. have for. the indian. had just the. induction. in and took one out of. the issue of large scale immigration to germany has become a national discussion. even in the countries vos museums so. well at home in a gorgeous torsional you know we hear now at the exhibition multicultural germany
the country from the creation we have in germany a very emotional discussion about the creation. since the beginning germany was a country of immigration and here we want to show the creations from the fifty's up to now he see a little bit how people were coming how they would see fit and what was the view from the german side on these guest workers who were coming. already in the sixty's germany had the same to cream in a cream and with with my rocor and two music right with turkey so that came already as well and from tunisia as well but basically from the local guest workers it passed a little bit a notice. me train with them so you know it was some whole invisible but is interesting for me also to see how the people tried and i'm damon try to do to invoke themselves in their political movements to ask for that rights and. that is
what we wanted to show here as well that the migrants were in tier like then it's not something that you only can talk about but that you have and wants to you know so we show on this side we showed we have here in the opposition and that is one of the voice of the my concern here as well the wards of. the discussion in the german society with all the fears and. prejudice and already in the in the in the eighty's the ship is full and here we have a sense that it's fascinating. character to chose the current dorm the cathedral in cologne surrounded by minarets so representing the fear of a completely overwhelming that. movement in germany and that is four thousand nine hundred eighty six. despite islamophobia dating back decades the overall attitude towards foreigners in germany's is still inclusive in
de mass indium yet stiffish thing and mustn't have the sheens in on this for fairly here and sylvester gave him had. kept that issue on and it also would a game like that. but i took the words of it zero text up and see it. in two thousand and fifteen frank walter steinmeier germany's foreign minister explained to government critics that with a shrinking workforce and an aging population the german economy needed the manpower refugees could provide. german trains are a lifeline in my search for fellow arabs across this vast country.
and mad the allaire we came to cologne to study sociology in one thousand nine hundred two he's an activist trying to stop deportations of young arabs and the aftermath of the cologne new year's eve events close to twenty have already been deported and two arrested. yeah yeah. that was a dollar of money at about. the way the world now bombing at the bat. well wolf the . mossad. yeah. the. queen. and how kick
up how do you let the i think as we have done. what the cable done in. mattie's words reflect my own belief that our exile may be rooted in our nation's lack of democratic rights and responsibilities. in the small town of koblenz just outside cologne a syrian refugee couple have settled in the countryside. i want to know how they are doing out there in the german woods. and also the third. in the way in farsi. has. somehow. has
this. so my you spend several months in an apartment in cologne and hated that. imogene a kennedy voter for. any markdown feeling among. the tech million mom knows i'm a minute hasn't been diminished my asshole father she i'm too good for money back. as it is just see yet. what good and i am not going here saudi you submissive was the one with the real hierarchy the jihad going i'm ali. abdullah and so may i have differing views on raising their daughter and the possibility of returning to syria one can affect could be a promise and
a lottery although most of the old will get home alone and be a muslim to simulate most to his muslim one in kenya that must have a message to it that's what i'm about. right. now are you right. dr gaby viber is a german physician and one of the founders of cafe palestina a cultural organization promoting arab and palestinian issues in the southern city of hi book when she found out about my newspaper she invited me to come and meet members of the arab community there including her own family. i'm glad gaby speaks very good english because for me doing an interview in german is still
very difficult. so you see we have all different kinds of things people from the region they are selling their products and. you know they work in the field steering that we can this is the ok show for them to to come and sell also to make some profit and people love to come here because the atmosphere is very special. going on and up to palestine we have been let's say there were times where we have been between five and ten women who are doing a lot of things in six years we need more they went to one hundred twenty events and here is the. hands. up. to. the side of.
this is the army and the. gaby introduces me to a german palestinian i'm going to gyptian friend over coffee in the sky book market cafe. the mystery of what happened to germany's earlier our community is about to unravel before my eyes. i mean how dad was born in germany to a palestinian father and a german colombian mother and in the comfort of god beavers garden he explains his relationship with his are a parrot it's the nice thing about it is that my father was able to transmit through music his love and his appreciation to his own culture so it was really always a living the arabic culture is very emotionally attached and with the food and with this nice combination of sharing community food music art. that was basically you
know i'm able to feel like an arab feel like yourself american or feel like a european like a german of course my name sometimes they would make a little bit fun because it's like me asylum mia salami you know the salami you know the example kids would say something about but i was laughing at it too i mean i made the best of his multi ethnic heritage his experience gives me hope get his daughter marry mark you like is also another half german half arab child of an earlier arab immigrants like never and that's in german you know you know. just. dish but for. him especially as a main. mission you don't fit into a film a sewer palestinians or. the publicist you know. and he also.
so mind leaves. some except sasha they are so is our goal is to go till. the last session i have i let mine of four and then and i'm just fine i was only still finish. of rising food but i shouted stunt of the and me that's. my palestinian. unlike i mean maybe i'm faced considerable prejudiced at school. and i wish nominal museum conduct it's been on all cylinders and i wasn't just made here and it's been this into again to come next it's mine if i'm meeting here. on my mama's it's not so how's a soviet dispiriting endorsement is. on s.s.
money on a storage shed some money. is spent at. the difficulties maybe i'm faced growing up here gave me pause for thought. i'm beginning to realize that the journey of germany's arabs as a times been a painful one. how was it for you it was very difficult i think it started at that time already this picture of. people who are not. being fanatics like today also. what made it difficult for me was the environment and fear of my parents and trying to manipulate and influence me and at
a certain time to kick me out of the house. and. it was very heavy of want to go to children they have named me. first name and last name which was also a big problem for my parents they wanted them to be have to german last name at least and they asked me all the time why do you choose arabic names they have names they live in germany. they should consider being germans it makes it not easy for them as well sometimes in school or even if they apply for jobs so. they can have a disadvantage of course with things. sadder mokhtar came to germany in one nine hundred eighty to train as a psychotherapist his motives father and gabby's ex-husband. you saw miners or
money on a money out there yet. in the match from which the amount of money said he cheated them. i'm of iraq that hard to look at in the money and force on the other side gun it in the beaches did a stop in marriage in a connected nest move them a few no more damage to the terrified malaysian i asked him how he perceives the identity of his children a sort of a what. in the kind of between your dorm a small money at the how and a little small. i elect leeana. money is good but the late good. on counting the cost breaking the rules it's really wants to spend its way out of
an economic slump but it's up to its eyes in debt the big cryptocurrency sell off and a rock star c.e.o. by himself behind bars counting the cost on al-jazeera. because we're not as. rights being violated. and freedom being stripped away. on the seven year anniversary of. the whites that stand up. stand up for human rights. in palestine under british rule. educate in america. a controversial professor in new york. he realized that he was the voice. of the people al-jazeera explores what made him an influential
writer. and champion of the palestinian cause in the west and what's out of place. hello i'm daryn jordan in doha with a quick reminder the top stories here on al-jazeera u.s. secretary of state mike pompei o. and sector of defense jim mattis were both brief senators on wednesday on the latest developments relating to saudi arabia it comes as turkish police investigating the murder of saudi germany. searched two villages just northwest of istanbul is remains have still not been found michaela as more from washington d.c.
the number of senators say it's all very well to hear from the secretary of defense and the secretary of state but they really want to hear about the circumstances surrounding the murder of jamal khashoggi and the involvement of the crown prince of saudi arabia mohammed been someone in that killing so there is still questions coming from senators they welcome the fact that they will get this briefing but that's the other question too is the briefing going to be about the murder of democracy audrey or is indeed the briefing going to be about why sanctions should not be imposed on saudi arabia ukraine's parliament has backed president petro poroshenko decision to impose martial law for thirty days after a flare up of tensions with russia on sunday russian forces opened fire on and seized three ukrainian boats off the coast of crimea. u.s. can make a general motors is shutting down five manufacturing plants across north america
it's all part of a plan to save the company around six billion dollars and focus on electric and self drive cars fourteen thousand jobs would be lost u.s. president donald trump says he's not happy and has criticized the card. mexico has deported ninety eight asylum seekers accused of trying to breach the u.s. border at tijuana the sanusi drug border crossing into california was shut down temporarily until gas was fired at the asylum seekers on sunday as they attempted to jump over the border fence. there's been two attacks in somalia at least eight people were killed in the capital mogadishu after a car bomb went off in a busy market earlier on monday al shabaab fighters claim responsibility for another attack which killed twenty people at a religious center in the northern city of. on the first of a spacecraft designed to study the in a depth of mars has successfully touched down on the red planet touched down transparent. masses inside rubble on
a veil upon its core structure and how it was formed billions of years ago those were the headlines now it's back to the german stage and that's what i thought. the story of gabby said. has made me more curious i want to know if other arab german families have faced similar pressures and challenges. of work the point of. view her citing of. all the. website. yesterday a lot of years a friend of his and he came to germany as a business student from syria nearly six decades ago. jani therapy it is slimy among them who are now in the months ahead the you are muslim all of this
but the young man on american thought so no. fear as part of the core were a little more i ask about how he raised his children. to one yani of chloral there are four hundred mostly when i was young we've been little thought was that the really might be our for how be it if. you have a flock. to mark his fiftieth year in germany yes it all or be both a four thousand euro advertisement in local newspapers thanking germany for welcoming him five decades earlier and for granting him citizenship i miss out on the shore were enormous so visuals of money a government. sometimes i feel each one of the half a million arabs who came to germany before us has had a different experience and no just different feelings towards their adopted
homeland. since the exodus from syria and iraq in particular the arab population in germany has tripled. it's very difficult for us to go back to our countries because our people there they haven't been this this long way with us in the monsoon was born to egyptian and lebanese parents and came here after marrying a german forty five years ago she grew up speaking french and is shy to express herself an arabic always kept the contact with with my culture with my people so they feel very it is and always said they say immediately i'm german but my mother comes from it's a very proud of it my goal was always to see the good show the good side of the arab so that i accept that the music the literature the good mind of those bitterly too we have so many nice things so why only show those those ugly things hindu
believes the hijab does not belong in germany although i'm not pious i disagree with her my mother is muslim and when i saw my mother sleeping for example in my place and i have friend and my place and they see her his job somehow like when. i cover her because this is how she wants to be it's her right to be as she liked in egypt you would see one woman that i swear junes and the next sister with the hijab i don't thank you very in their country they do what they want it's here which is why because the eye of the other the eye of the other scare me i say that we're stuck putting us they would say see how they're like this and that's not cool i don't like this and i don't want them to look at this this like. i cannot teach the people how to be smart if they want to put all of us in one focus and once through
time it's their proppants not mine i'm different everyone is different she wants to go to be with the value of what so think about the man who has just said you know the man hole like this or still think you know those that if it will go and for this and that nothing and those papers but don't think me. on my way to the train station i find that my taxi driver is iraq. chamar has lived in germany for thirty years he reluctantly agrees to an interview but only if we don't show his face it's not up to me to form an inordinate and lacking that when one is seen to be stupid nothing like that peaceful intentions. i don't see any but i can understand the it could be that. the dolphins and the twelfth yeah in the other kind james along with his senate seat and no one had thought out. and it
come up with a lot of black and a million fine young man. on a state level to the no one song who acts out of need. and so what about insanity or bad guys and i look can see you know i don't think that nothing's. wrong that when i do most of the play out on that side. for them if i can log on. to that the senate and house and. germany now has over one point five million arabs living in it sixteen federal states that's close to two percent of their population not a lot but enough to. you notice. the older generation of immigrants appear to have assimilated. their children for the most part also assimilate but those who have
and are suffering. many germans seem to be on the fence about how they feel about this. indignity nine. hours here and i have a feeling that's and i will for bush to move us and that's in the moment as monday mentioned it's anscombe already public opinion then once it. is islamic should be able to an iran on someone's it and its disputed leader assize to mention that. the took it in fits and has mostly just last month stay in and done proceed at last into santas spicy earth and a slimy sea of all nations in islam in the sun and here decides to try to do that again on its own turkish. but awfully curious this is snitched stealing their faith or feather out and back on even my sins they call our lights decision until you
niggers or they get in fights. mostly in the sweat on the litigant and it's only. from this community of on off on so with d. that i feel it's emitted really gone and i ignore collective it into ted often a president who did of tbone. germany's most prominent citizen of our heritage works for one of germany's largest t.v. networks born here to iraq and physicians don't you. is a national celebrity and was voted germany's journalist of the year in two thousand and sixteen. i've said if i'm the fun da vita's for to live eason to might be asked to meet me god zones for i go on wednesday by dint of and if they can do nothing and present it and if that that much about him or even they might be might my beamish on the management of one in five don't know about which does the how much as it climbed valvo is just voiced about us my mind would have
found that it was of course. there was a as a host gunderson us one but we had to see him on the scope often by this as not really a mess of items on certain vasta were no i mean if one owns it had to him course on guns and kind of this community home school should site did this community all my contacts. set if bynum's i deem it in focus been. successful in mention a me a on and on and mine up has worn on and on my hotel room. i sleep on the ding so extreme that fires don't you know made headlines when she responded to racist hate mail by correcting the german grammar in the letter and posting it on facebook as a kind of the insides of them so obvious in the entire time harbor a scintillation of my sleeve a political moment but all made up by the man answered the most and i visit the
worst sign in the mass destruction bang and thus make some. sort unless by money biased like this in that zone that spares order my human for the two or one voted off i am on field work to. divide it into office. really spite it's been even type it's been it's been of all if it's just blue does to fleece. tom. don't you lives in a multicultural neighborhood with many established arab citizens most of whom have built successful lives but now many germans associate them with the new refugees. jetstar to flourish for us. undercooked oxy vavle.
disc they did it order. yeah under guns even the shims or dumb and vic it safe by being able to make about zones for shift to happen i know of woodcuts ago fifteen of the fifth thing a mom owns a miss cup what i love. that on the top i'm yet to get stiffed is a disco cup put on my bus home given the mix of torn us of so few votes in the election come on gus us not to really fast wasting while the stuff me. the old immigrant turning against the new refugees. is right it shouldn't be happening but it is. i've come to dresden in the former east germany for a meeting with anti-racist activists. it's my first time in this part of the country i expected the grey side city but found something
very different dresden was a center of german culture. germany's revolutionary priest martin luther came from this part of germany he was the founder of protestantism which began as a protest movement for social equality my refugee solidarity meeting is in the technical school of the university of dresden. and what is the first arabic and newspaper in germany it's for the arabic speakers here the newcomers and settled also but we have a lot of followers on facebook why you have fifty thousand people and how fast. there is no r.c. place right now for us i mean we are
a group of syrian and arabs so we don't speak unfortunately these activists are well intentioned but dealing with arab refugees is as new to them as dealing with german activists is for me on one side there was one of these stupid questions which came up always in the newspapers begin to discussions how much money does a refugee get already refugee richard gets more money. than hartsfield. that it's person hurts for receivers are welfare recipients they give their claims that the german government spends more money on a refugee than on a poor german the fact is refugees and hurts for recipients both get.