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do you want to know. this is an experience that new converts who want to go through themselves. conversion to islam received a mixed response or to. my. family not quite taking it we can create they lost them all a dozen or. so hudson a couple he said i'm not i mean when you quote boston. on the show hunter to say. in a work oriented culture like japan it is difficult for muslims holding down full time jobs to go in the hospital grammont. unable to get permission for an extended leave period from his employer who had to quit his job to allow him the time to undertake . practicing islam in japan remains
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a challenge. but more time for my money on a call in your home that put them on this question this an 18 is. a moment ago. and i thought. about investing for that so i put all of this in. you. comes from a society that is famous for its advanced technologies and for its materialistic values. yet underpinning this way of life is a spiritual ism this is often not immediately obvious. so listen i want us to go down the journey to. in the course of this then i. got.
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a lesser guys took a lot of the she studied so look at them that there were no rest and there's another kind of my sort of god only on the. case and i were the only ones to go. so we got there. so you know especially on a course in western allies along with the sewing machine and i can assume going on i love the work so you can watch some of the masters so i got on my cell phone book but it got about saying oh you're on the most stunning so you tell me i want the most. contact with muslims in japan started mainly with the expatriate muslim community. the.
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week. here in tokyo scummy mosque a diverse islamic community gathers in worship. each friday muslims originating from the middle east and asia pray together in this beautiful mosque modeled on the blue mosque. interaction and friendships with these foreign muslims help him better understand and. so the samantha a pretty safe guarding us they surrounded. me. there hasn't got a moment. and they all played the grid like in the way up but it was sitting in not
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the gothic not the got an email sitting in that it so can read about the thank me going on at the guardians of the car so i don't know more of the journey up but intermingle so i got staying a cot there to watch the whole. it's the day of departure takes the express train to narita airport where the pilgrims are waiting for him. when he runs a one man show handling the travel and logistical needs of 120 pilgrims. 30 of them already left 2 days earlier. on this trip there are 7 japanese muslims going along all of them for the 1st time
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. her. hand but i didn't. think it. was to be a good. evening everybody. for. this moment is something he has been waiting for since he became a muslim. was it if. she. gets. it. florida it's
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a continuation of the mission he began 5 years ago. for me is like when you put a seed in the field and you look at it and you see the glowing go i can see now something coming out from the seat which is not a tea it is easy to be poking now but who's going to speak for support of the phillies 20 years from now maybe a multi you but i can see that is organisation killed as minister to you wolf. son is on his way to mecca one individual who will be part of the largest annual pilgrimage in the world. he expects his own
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road to has will help them reaffirm his muslim identity and inspire him in the way he has chosen. c c to look more on the money and call on him the optimum is guessing the kind of set up about the comma pub in a moment. that's going to sort of the ball sitting at the. top out in the snow sort of outside the core of this new formosa hotspot part of the. sake of it but i don't want them also sort of us in the us so the question will. come there like a lot of. if you were looking at this from the outside you would really wonder what was going all what do you see gross is
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a religion that they have an in-depth exploration of global capitalism and our obsession with economic growth this is still the center of capitalism there is no limits i view myself as a capital artist we are trying to make there's a world smaller and smaller we don't want to be set realistic in the world we would rather have a fantasy growing pains on al-jazeera al-jazeera this is the opportunity to understand the story in a very different way where there before something happens and we don't leave after . the train and equip the opposition in syria so they can help push back these terrorists be people in power investigates how the u.s. supplies soviet style weapons to its allies through private company spend the us government could wash their hands and say well we didn't know where it was coming from so weapon that was supplied by the us government may well end off being pointed at us soldiers yes absolutely we pick it up that's me 2 months off in the professional america's gun secret pipeline to syria on al jazeera.
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this is our 7th. be on the. stage there and we don't want to get inside. just. 6. days the lord will suck. so. some of that are. located here as you see those stall c there are
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good. he built some houses and. you know they also. what was that like you. know oh. yeah people being right i don't know you love me you don't know. what i want to do but i know i'm going to remember all of you know. she could see those close open. top. of the top of the. apartment type. grave or. the leaves were done oh $50.00 families at the top.
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this is their way to their house and she can see the wooden bridge that would allow the player here. love the. c smell the smell of these things are down in the courts or the bad the up the headlines. so it's much worse than the garbage he does all of the smell is coming from the dead badness so that's a. no. no are you sure you. want that out. i've been looking at your instagram account and reading. this is
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a dialogue when donald trump announce his candidacy for president after that everyone has a voice the best chance for democrats to beat. and exciting inspirational kalish. join the conversation in your thoughts get twitter and. on al-jazeera. hong kong as a 4th authorities says it's obtain an injunction to prevent protesters from disrupting operations. hello and welcome to al-jazeera live from my headquarters in doha with me elizabeth
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bron and so ahead doctors declare a bowler curable after a drugs breakthrough in the democratic republic of congo. why asylum seekers deterred by mass shootings and racist remarks in the u.s. we report from sea without risk across the border from el. and how the u.s. china trade war is undermining latin america is most stable economy. hong kong's airport authority says it's secure what an injunction to stop protesters from disrupting operations or planes are flying again after demonstrators flooded terminal buildings for a 2nd day causing mass cancellations protests turned violent on tuesday when. the battens and pepper spray now the u.n. human rights office wants hong kong's leaders to look into whether police have
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broken international law and the way they've dealt with protesters. yes very concerned because the balance appears to be increasing. and. certainly segments of the population appear to be getting angry and this is one of the reasons why we call for a prompt impartial independent investigations the office urges the hong kong authorities to act with restraint. to ensure that the rights of those who are expressing their views peacefully are respected and protected when china's mission to the un has rejected that statement saying the spokesperson for the un high commissioner for human rights made a wrongful statement on hong kong that contradicts the facts and affairs and what's happening in hong kong which is china's domestic affairs and sends the wrong signal to the violent criminal offenders the statement goes on to say this is not tolerable for any responsible government and will only be met with a firm hand in accordance with the law probably the bride has moved from hong kong
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. after the hours of chaos that hong kong's international airport remarkably flights are operating in and out once more as the airlines and the airport authority tries to now clear the backlog of canceled flights not only from yesterday tuesday but of course also from monday when protesters descended on the airport closing it for the 1st time it remains to be seen now whether during the day the protesters will return to the airport and try once again to bring the operation to a close the airport has achieved a court injunction against the protesters to have them removed from the terminal but it remains to be seen in such a big open public space just how they go about achieving that as far as the impact goes on this protest movement and whether this is now reached china's red
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line that really remains to be seen whether we are into the abyss is china hong kong's leader carrier has warned we hear of a build up of the people's liberation army forces across the border in changing in southern china but china and the hong kong government knows that taking the step of introducing mainland troops onto the street. would be extremely provocative and it would take possibly an awful lot more than just closing hong kong airport before they could justify that nevertheless the anger and the animosity and the levels of violence that we are now seeing do not bode well especially given the fact that we have another weekend of protests. let's move on to other news now and scientists say one step closer to curing that about a virus that's after a successful clinical trial in the democratic republic of congo where the latest
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outbreak has killed 1800 people in the past year sour high about reports. the 2nd largest a bone outbreak in the world has killed nearly 2000 people in the democratic republic of congo in just a year now 2 out of 4 new abode vaccinations being tested are proving so effective they're being given to all patients in d.r. c on tuesday 2 people were given the all clear and released from a treatment center in goma officials with the world health organization which has been coordinating the trials hopes this will stem the spread of the disease but the timing of the treatment is vital those who received treatment early so within the 1st 3 days. the mortality rate with a good general on. may be was around 10 percent comparison to those patients who got treatment late mortality rate for those due to drugs are 60
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or respectively 66 percent so should the friends whether you receive treatment in the 1st 3 days or late the vaccinations work by attacking the bone a virus with antibodies and neutralizing its impact on human cells they were developed using cells harvested from ebola survivors ebola has killed at least 13000 people since 2013 but scientists say they're getting close to turning it into what they call a preventable and treatable disease and while it's difficult to eradicate completely with this medical breakthrough at least doctors hope to put an end to outbreaks that pose a major international health threat. and does either. now global amaze all cases are on the rise when the $83.00 times as many reported so far this year compared to the same time last year according to the world health organization there have been more than 3 $164000.00 cases in the 1st 7 months of this year
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that's up from more than 129000 all of 2018 the w.h.o. says misinformation campaigns are at least partly to blame for a growing public resistance to the vaccine the highest number of infections are in the democratic republic of congo ukraine and madagascar which is launched an emergency vaccination campaign the us is registers more than 1100 cases this year that's the highest in 25 years 1890000 cases have been recorded in europe a 6 percent jump from the same time last year and some of the velour being countries. almost certainly be a lack of access to their.


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