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bring together young germans and survivors of the holocaust. marianne and come on both born ninety eight years ago in berlin once a week she's visited by. the young german is doing a volunteer year in israel and. the organization action b. conservation service for peace has been bringing together young germans and holocaust survivors for use the conversations are the most important part of the encounter maryellen cowman witnessed the rise of the nazis in berlin in the one nine hundred thirty s. when she was a teenager. it didn't happen all at once well from month to month there were new things that jews were no longer allowed to do that's full of people would ask themselves are things were really that bad that they should leave and they decided to stay a bit longer and my family was one of those which stayed up until one thirty nine still believing that things could get that bad today wonder how could. be so stupid
that the talk was. they were germans like everyone else on to the nazis took over shortly before the outbreak of war in one nine hundred thirty nine movie uncommon fled to sweden with the help of the zionist used organization her family scattered to other countries in the one nine hundred forty nine she started a new life in israel it wasn't until the early sixty's that she travelled through germany again a trip she took with much tribulation. i was shaken and i thought this is a german house this is a german dog and everything that i saw seemed to be labeled by. despite her concerns she decided to start a dialogue with the germans it was a highly controversial decision in israel at that time. and when later on my husband and i were back here and ready to talk to germans they have tacked us and
said they wanted to make soap out of you and you talk to them how dare you but we did it and i still believe that it's the right thing to do you. wish the. young girl in tears like daniela benefit from her decision to this day it cuts off to them the thing that i am one of the last who are able to do this my niece for example won't be able to sit down with a woman who was born in one thousand nine hundred twenty one and talk to her about her history and her time five. both agree that this very personal exchange between the generations is the best way to understand what happened under the nazis and during the holocaust. despite being illegal female genital mutilation is still widely practiced in the west african country of guinea we meet one young woman there who plans to change her country's take on f.p.m. . but this particular scene is fifty shades it mirrors an everyday
reality one in two hundred million women worldwide have been subjected to female genital mutilation it's a tradition that reinforces men's power in society i mean activist. one never forget the day it happened to her. i thought of the call siesta when i think about the day my parents took me and gave me to those women who had tools that i have never seen before so that they could do this to me. that was to be honest i was mostly and with my parents because they have betrayed me they didn't really tell me where i was going in war in the world by d.n.a. and they just told me i had to go on holiday and then i was faced with this when i got there. i'm traumatized when anyone talks to me about female circumcision i feel i can't breathe. it eats away at me
here if you say some or all of us so a lot of it officially after i am has been banned in guinea since the year two thousand but the statistic tell another story ninety seven percent of women in the country have been cut that means that after somalia guinea's the african country where this practice is most common but there is resistance one thousand year old had just founded the group young girls new desktop in two thousand and sixteen with seven friends the club now has more than two hundred members across guinea to fight for the rights of women and girls and against after and in all its forms. yes it it's important to remember that in some canadian communities they don't carry out exemption but in fibula who are they so the lab you are together so that they can be ripped open on the wedding night them up it will be where years. it cost scars which lead to infections which has all sorts of consequences. if they
get too many to name. because their fixture can even lead to death we only got to see if it was the people who did good. girls still being caught doing initiation rituals in the forest without anaesthetic naturally the girls put up a fight so several women restrained them and pushed them to the ground it's not uncommon for the girls to end up with broken bones. and her fellow campaigners are often on the road in guinea to raise awareness they use films to spread their message on issues such as sex education their goal is to help women and girls to emancipate themselves and to know their rights that's vital in a country where every other girl is married off before her eighteenth birthday sixty three percent of marriages are arranged and eighty five percent of women report experiences of domestic violence. cultures can change
and her friends are sure of that they are fighting for a new guinea on which has no place for violence against women and girls. last year ukraine's president petro poroshenko announced the creation of a newly independent church independent of moscow that is with rival congregations fighting over church property some are being left out in the cold. praying in the cold. it's not their usual church but these moscow patriarchate supporters say they don't have a choice the decision by the leader of the world's christians in faraway istanbul to recognize the independent ukraine in a church soon hit home in this isolated village. within weeks supporters of the two rival confessions were locked in a standoff suddenly the village of brown it's a had two priests by the city here at the moscow patriarchy and father of the
ukrainian church. supporters of the ukrainian church collected signatures soon they had a two thirds majority within the congregation in favor of joining the new body and within a matter of days they had the keys to the village church. father said he of the moscow patriarchy insists the whole procedure was raked the villages he says were tricked into signing the petition but that was just the beginning. this is ripping the community apart people have stopped speaking to one another we even have a husband who's threatening to throw his wife out for her religious beliefs they call those anti christs. about a fifth of the old congregation have decided to stick with father said he and the moscow patriarchate they've made their way to this rundown cottage on the edge of the village for the first service and what they hope is just a temporary home for their parish feelings are running high. we had
a funeral the other day the people that was split into each side kept to itself so i could never have imagined that i'd end up going to pray in a shack. the other end of the village the new york been switches syndrome or also preparing for their first service. inside then you increase a father or legs leading phrase in ukraine rather than old slavonic cake church language used by the moscow patriarchate. recognizing the independence of the ukrainian church. something many here have been waiting for since you claim gain independence to me decades ago the symbol of the lot of the most is all about the congregation they have decided which church they want to belong to the majority has made its choice i think the others will be back with those very soon.
move the one hundred by we want to talk to god in ukrainian not in any other language we want to ukrainian priest the ukrainian church the russians are sending tanks against us killing our children and grandchildren we don't want the russians here no way. we have a ukrainian church a church that's truly independent of russia a country that's attacking us we're not praying for their soldiers anymore father said he refuses to accept that these changes are permanent and is fighting to bring his parishioners back in from the cold. a restaurant owner in london has received threats after printing empty bricks of messages on his receipt even him dos program to still to print out bricks it is bad . it's lunch time for even him dos in his
restaurant westminster kitchen he arrived in london from the kurdish region of turkey twenty five years ago the recent break that debates in parliament made him decide to do something. but i did end up writing on my till system a message for the receipts to say bricks it is but immigration makes britain great and they've also cooked and served food today. but even him small act of protest in his restaurant didn't come without consequences overnight nasty messages started appearing on social media. treat those with an gallows image basically it's given your message to gargle dealing with this so they all telling you what they might do to you there's posted threatening to burn the place down or to demonstrate in front of the restaurant most of abraham's employees are from all over the world some arrived as refugees others to work like chef taric personally i'm not really feeling very good all the moment just you know things get in charge
we can hear on the news all the time talking about the people have been called and also hear them say and positive things about also and according to tar ex boss abraham there is one clear reason for this change. since the brics a told the divisions in our country have grown up so there's more division than before the brics that will took place so the threats we're receiving in unacceptable that unpleasant and it's becoming to the environment that the government would see created has been a bit hostile to recent surveys show that around two thirds of the british. think breaks it has made people angry or and the same amount to believe their country isn't on a good path as the date of britain's exit from the e.u. draws ever closer. to play.
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