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state of israel's democratic values what are some of the most imminent danger to israel's democracy it's not an easy question to answer because you see weaknesses in democracies all over the world i mean you see the erode the trust of people in their democratic elected institutions all over the west so part of what happens to the western democracy is happens to israel as well and this is. the performance is not good the feeling of the individual that somehow they do not serve me but the serve the they the elected they serve their own. purposes the goals are so fulfilment commissions or whatever it is and it's not for me so this part of it what happens to the entire west is that in israel you have at least three more components the first one is we spoke earlier and this is the inevitable
lesion between church and state. the second is if you define israel as a jewish democratic state and the jewish project takes over the democratic project all of a sudden you realize that we have here and if we could democracy. democracy be possible. then you have just a little concept of democracy is a kind of a universal or should be universal set of values which is of course my fundamental belief and the fact that in israel we have more than twenty percent of the population who do not belong to the jewish component to the jewish majority create a situation in which many israelis believe the mako see is the rule of my dorothy rather than understanding that most of the mark received is about the freedoms and the liberties of the minorities or the freedoms and liberties of the minorities the third component which erodes the threatens the very. from vision of his remark
received. is the fact that we don't have a deep democratic heritage there is a kind of model in political science which is saying immigrants who immigrated from liberal progressive countries established liberal progressive entities immigrants from great britain established new zealand australia canada nor in reality as of america and immigrants who immigrated. portugal and spain created the none very another very democratic banana republics of the of that in america so what is israel according to this mode of the overwhelming majority of israelis coming from an undemocratic back room be the muslim hemisphere beat holocaust survivors be people who immigrated from communist russia which was not the best of democracies ever etc etc etc so we do not yet have a deep legacy of democratic spirit and when ever you have
a rich people with road to the old system people with the will be no and the new is not a democratic devil israeli identity is built on a claim of jewish inheritance to the promised land what kind of identity have israeli leaders created for israel in the past sixty four years i was seated at least from a jewish point of view which is the majority component here it's the first time in our history with the combination of our identity is both territory sovereignty language power independence and statehood for the nine hundred components in israel which is most of it is really palestinians i would say and it's the first time for most of these people to live under jewish sovereignty no other nation ever lived under jewish sovereignty because. we never had sovereignty
over the last two thousand years or so and the third component which is no less important and this is my feeling is that most of the is really palestinians as much as they have problem in mistrust and were abused by the israeli system looking around it's much worth it for them to fight for their position and proving of their own status would in this kind of israeli boundaries rather than compete for the same rights within the arab nation environment what role israel's palestinian citizens play in the jewish democratic equation from the point of view of many of. the we can boil the system we can we boys of the system i mean whenever something bad happens between jews and jews the with the palestinian the israeli palestinian i mean when lieberman wants to make a complain against somebody. bashes the minority when.
the party wants to progress itself it goes against the israeli arabs and there is a competition over let's limit them or who limits the limits more. so i would say that in many many cases unfortunately the israeli palestinians are that little more space for. the quality and the quality of the israeli democracy and recently most of the coming out. what does the word zionism mean for me there was a very interesting maybe even crucial movement in a concept that was actually the scaffolding. of the jewish structures it was a scaffolding newly erected by the end of the nineteenth century in order to transform or renew or rebuild the. the structure of from an existing structure into
a sovereign one in forty eight the new structure is the building is built the inauguration was done we can remove the scaffolding we don't need it anymore i mean personally i'm a human being that's my family name my middle name is that i'm jewish and my given name that i'm in is really how do you solve the law of the two and the palestinian refugees cry for what they call the right to return to their land regardless of what will happen the should happen between israel and palestine we should address the lord with the law of return was in this maybe was a necessity a bit early stages of the state and we still lived under the impression of jews being persecuted because of the judaism and the national belonging to the jewish collective which actually was the fall of the of the war by the end of the eighty's so israel or that part of it was
a safe haven for jews neither the fast track for those running away because of the for the live because of the jewishness as for now ninety eight percent of the jews are living outside of the immediate threat for their life i mean the twenty four thousand jews in iran four thousand jews in morocco to jews in afghanistan they're not talking to each other and that's it. the overwhelming majority of the jews are living in a democratic hemisphere. so we should have a normal equal to all citizenship maybe this should be there a paragraph if one individual you or me or me or my uncle or you is being persecuted because of the judaism they will have a kind of struck into citizenship to protect them otherwise all the rest of them normal procedure to join the israeli collective as for the right of return of the palestinians if there will be two state. i have no problem with it i mean whatever
they want to do in their country welcome you have said that something profound and basic has changed in israel's relationship with the united states and you also say that netanyahu has great achievement was to make israel a partisan issue do you think that israel remains an asset to the united states or has it become a liability new orleans for i can give you is america still in there supporting israel because whether israel is an asset for us you have to ask them ok though. not at all sure if we should continue with the kind of one side the strategy of the israeli government siding with the harshest. new york american philosophy is. the more the most difficult right wing. capitalist economy on one hand and being very very conservative views of the and the mes and powers and
fears and threats etc preserve the some other stuff israel will not for long will be above the political debate in states of america it will be an asset for the republicans and a liability for the democrats embody in the lead will be totally removed from the american political equations the severe strategic mistake. by the israeli prime minister binyamin at the neo israel should remain out. in the political nuance in america partisan political nuance in america thank you very much for joining us here on r.t. leasure. my parents really truly honestly believe that what had happened was as a result of my father's exposure to agent orange i was born with multiple problems . i was missing my leg. and my fingers and my big toe on
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it's perched atop a jod and the view from that the ball scrub and stretches this fall as the i can see up for a city that chilled all of siberia for centuries. it's lost its economic. importance even before it was bypassed by the chance i bear in railway but the a spiritual center. eat. things like these are a yearly occurrence thousands of doc's worshippers implicity water to commemorate the baptism of jesus. it doesn't matter if it's minus thirty it's a siberian tradition i do it myself every year for everyone to overcome their worst
fears it is desirable to take the plunge. but that's picture postcard churches the story of a city built by opportunist explorers political exiles and crafty fur traders in the fifteen eighties the russians had only just conquered siberia taking it from the muslims. surrounded by enemies to be their stronghold constructed on top of the city but soon enough it became an economic hub siberian oil of its time bringing in a third of all russia's state revenue but the location head of the says for the russians are there. to moscow as one of the most popular places to send political dissent is not any people were exiled that once a giant bell that was used to incite riots was supposed to set a three hundred ten. the russian heiress across who led a revolt against the czar and eight hundred twenty five known as the decembrists
worse than heroin drove. there they created a replica high society adopting the latest fashions as soon as they came out or at least once they made it from paris to siberia. but the city also serves up some bit of irony for the russian royal family after the bolshevik revolution this is the office was nicholas the second spend most of the last year of his life his whole family had been exiled here and they were fairly comfortable existence this was a big house but they weren't allowed to see visitors or gartside themselves leading this ordinary normal countryside lifestyle they even had thought of escape but within the year bizarre and his family would be dead. never again its political significance but the streets will always go with a glorious past and it will likely provide the livelihood for some habitants in the
future. the stories are not see jordan's concept balance for a new more powerful parliament while corruption and prison abuse scandals present these remain passive places he's the toughest challenge yet coming out united opposition. russian punk band pussy riot said they gave that city get prison time after staging a punk brainwashes me to say troll. if you had mixed up political benefits to one of the secret courts with appointing complicity to charge. after all the latest sports news with paul.
thank you very much welcome to the sports headlines here's what's coming up comeback king europe retain the ryder cup despite trailing ten six heading into the final day as they secured victory in one of the most dramatic conclusions in the event history. top of the pile on g.c. if you are two one win over volga to her top of the russian from italy for the first time in their history. and the cruise control australia is march towards the last fall of cricket's twenty twenty world cup shows no signs of relenting after victory over south africa. but starting with gulf there was a pure drama on the greens of medina as europe reclaimed the ryder cup in the most dramatic of fashions trailing it ten six heading into the final day they completed one of the most famous comebacks in the event's history to win a fourteen and
a half thirteen and a half the usa knew they only needed to win four of the twelve points on offer on the final day singles to wrestle the trophy from europe's grasp but inspired by spanish captain jose maria olazabal and memories of the late several ballesteros europe rally to games not only the opposition but also the raucous home support six of the twelve much as went to the eighteenth hole englishman justin rose school buddies on the seventeenth and eighteenth to defeat phil mickelson this popper to kill him for a surf and thirty five feet on the seventeenth. but it was this birdie on the final hole from john the margin climb up which secured a win over steve stricker i'm guaranteed at least an hour draw the icing on the cake and overall victory came moments later tiger woods bogey conceding victory to europe seventh win in the last nine. and surely one of the most dramatic.
idea of all just tell it boys that i still believe that we could turn things around that all we needed to do get to be a little bit more effective on the greens and to to make a few more parts and that would change the tide for eyes and. think their prayers believed and know what will happen today i think. it will go down in the history books of the ryder cup. he was a huge. and i'm really happy for these two of wonderful men. seventeen i thought i won the match after i cheered i thought i chipped in and i can't believe the the ball did break that last inch in there and after that ball didn't go in he made that long part that was a huge moment of what a big turnaround because it looked like i was going to be dormy if not close of our . elsewhere moving to football where there's a new leader of the russian premier league game wait ten draws to a closed and jamie having to the summit with a two one home win over volga coach who's heading cresting some key players after
thursday's russian top when i was a year old samuel eto his goal at the end of the first half deserving a closer look you can see here the scene a try or a setting up the thirty one year old to open the score and. found the necessary space to tie proceedings right before the hour mark. that seemingly fired up trial right through matters into his own hands to decide the outcome history minutes later and sealing eighty one victory and moving to the summer. or going into sunday's matches to ask our top but they went down to below him to deny well i should suck and alexander couldn't score the goals either side of the break cochran's africa in particular indicative of the problems taskbar was in defense those problems worsening when aliza going to see the straight red card after lashing out at wilshere to nel to deny the final score their second straight win moving them up to twelve after weeks out the bottom. elsewhere will be
moved up to six in the table after demolishing row stuff for nell away from home has a run don't score twice in the first half to give club buddy ebsen and a comfortable two no laid his goals coming in the seventeenth on thirty first minutes with around ten minutes to go salvatore katty added another as he added the ball into the net after a precise cross and in the dying minutes of the game bloody me to do cyril the impressive victory. now the final two games of game with ten take place on monday were told her staff see class no doubt and struggling more davey a take on alan you're in the clash of the league's new boys. now talking english football where there was just a solitary game in the premier. you go on sunday west brom away to aston villa irishman shane long opening the scoring seven minutes after the break his fourth of the season but then a full back equalizing on a two one minutes three down bend the baggies move up the joint while the hosts are
now one just one of their half a dozen games so far. to cricket australia are cruising towards the last four stage of the twenty twenty world cup they always making sure work of south africa run sunday australia now with four wins from for the tournament playing struggling from the office they took to the crate on a slow track in colombo docketing to the floor playing three wickets of just twenty balls south africa picked up the pace somewhat towards the end of their innings though finishing with a modest yet respected respectable one hundred forty five for six the australians a batting display was tailored around competition top scorer shane watson an incredible display from the sydney sixes all round up something seventy five forty seven balls australia marched that tally in seventeen point four overs the eight working with means that now all but guaranteed a semi final spot. now in the moto g.p.
circuit overall championship leader hogan or enzo played it safe by finishing second behind dani pedrosa at the aragon graeme fray the spaniard second for the points after almost crushing out early on there and starting from pole was determined not to succumb to the same phrases polly steph and brady who suffered the accident last year see a twenty five year old almost sliding off the truck himself when he drives a past him and maintained a comfortable gap by his spanish rival under dovizioso meanwhile snuck into third place the runs are still top of the standings holding a hefty thirty three point lead before races to. now a star studded fund raising event has taken place in las vegas all with the aim of helping retired boxes who have fallen on hard times the event was to raise money for the new w.b.c. pension fun. and the cash will fund monthly payments to form of boxes and champions in need of financial assistance generations of legends were in attendance including former world champion sugar ray leonard lennox lewis george foreman and larry
holmes and one of those former champions mike tyson says anything that helps athletes cope with life after sports is a good thing. i never dreamt of being going to be a sidebar here young kids wrapped up block me here and there's a dilemma when my going to do it more right he may do so and try to replace boxing to drugs like what i did what other people may done before me and this person gives you a whole. and finally to basketball what sas car have won the season's first strike the annual go to sing off locomotive in the decider of the friendly torment eighty two sixty five the score as constantine the top of. the gunnels key cup final so it says khan's head coach at the rim is seen who return to the co-op this offseason face his former assistant at the red and lose your game by shooting who recently took charge at locomotive called mind want to go. to moments.
to play. he's been. it was a tight battle in the opening quarter it but in the second says moved up a gear and never looked back as will come on t.v. and seemed exhausted after surprising win over the euro league title holders olympiacos in the semifinal on saturday. the hosts delivered a strong performance constantly moving the ball well and not alone any easy shots follow messina who turned fifty three that night had a chance to experiment on the courts in order to find the right replacement for the n.b.a.'s minnesota timberwolves new signings under a kitty lanka and alex a shred as a result says going crees their margin to twenty points seven minutes before the end of the match eventually cruising boss there born into a confident eighty two sixty five weeks three. weeks.
before. the first. these things. during the tournament we played against both finalists of last season's usually we tried our best but tonight we only competed in the first two quarters and the third our defense failed and we simply couldn't get back in the game so to scott take home their third going to kick off a new row and messina get plenty of food for thought ahead of the season that deep soft next week while the red and blues fans hope that the four time you're a league winner has already found the right on the hardwood to bring some european glory back to moscow constantine bought up of archie. and that is all from the world of sport for now but i'll be back with more in just under two hours time.
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