saturday's synagogue shooting in california was reportedly inspired by the shootings in new zealand. we asked the question on the spread of religious. the world be halted. also coming up on the program food and beverages. comes under fire for picking with the indian foamers potatoes that go into the company's best selling. two sisters flee from saudi arabia tech companies for a smartphone that helps male relatives control women. turning into commodities. where
a. minute past two pm this monday afternoon here in moscow april the twenty ninth welcome to the program. first today more details about the deadly shooting at the weekend in the synagogue near the californian city of san diego it appears non the lone victim reportedly died trying to save the local rabbi police have detained in one thousand year old man in connection with the incident which took place during a service on saturday to mark the jewish holiday of passover the suspect reportedly posts the. message online before the attack authorities are investigating whether the incident was a hate crime the city's authorities say the community should stay united. someone
filled with hate. when am. attacked the congregants at the bottom our way an attack against our jewish brothers and sisters. fortunately that person was apprehended and now this community comes together a horrible loss of life. with a suspect in california is said to being motivated by last month's mosque shootings in new zealand. and he's not the only killer inspired by that mosque attack the easter sunday massacre of christian worshippers in sri lanka has been called a retaliate for the new zealand atrocity to with terrorism retaliation hitting communities r t senior correspondent morocco's the looks into the escalating trend of religious violence. it's not about your color it's your creed and it's as old as time faith was the alleged gunman made anti jewish comments the
glass charges during the holiest day on the christian calendar a shooting incident at a synagogue mass shootings at two mosques police tonight are stepping up patrols around mosques nationwide we can almost pinpoint the moment it went big again. within hours. of. al qaida opened the floodgates is the missed radicals at first but the idea spread. now anyone can grab a gun rant and rave in a manifesto optionally go live in facebook and kill and kill three major
attacks in the last two months worst of all is that they're connected they're feeding each other. new zealand white supremacist slaughters dozens of muslims during friday prayers men women children that like their customs see religion. we new zealand. we were not a target because we are a safe harbor for those who hate. we were not chosen for this act of violence because we can turn racism because we are an enclave for extremism we were chosen for the very fact that we are none of these things.
sri lanka islam is zealots who it's a stretch to call the muslims slaughter hundreds of christians again men women and children prayer time as they celebrate easter revenge they claim for new zealand is there are this will be completely suppressed oakridge an environment of peace and freedom for the people of this country you know. san diego california a madman attacks jews in a synagogue on the last day of passover has a problem with judaism and its ways claims he was moved to beat it by the massacre in new zealand have no illusions if it can happen in new zealand no where it's really safe. a lot of fear mongering and a lot of like. media soundbites that have created in outlets
of despise for the other like that particular group out of out there want to take our lives they want to kill us and as a result we have to stand up and defend ourselves there is an environment that literally was already breedings kind of mindset however now they've incorporated the study bottom types they reached out should i say and been inspired by the very same people that they hate the violent acts those so that's the way that i would personally explain the situation it's having a knock on effect and they're inspiring each other which is absolutely crazy but this is why we are where we are on hatred breeds hatred it's self sustaining the thing with killing and excusing it as being in the name of god is that it never ends it only gets worse. moving on american the
food beverages giant pepsi co is facing a backlash after suing for a small time potatoes suppliers in india and with the local government now evolving to support the farmers it seems the multinational might face a battle the case marks a low point in a relationship that dates back to the lake nineteen eighties when the first pepsico potato plant in india was opened a partnership the company has been keen to advertise pepsi co feels proud to partner with farmers all across india through various agricultural initiatives as they shared their experience of working alongside pepsi co. pepsico claims the four farmers grew a variety of potato which the company has exclusive rights over for their biggest selling crisps brown lays it sais that potatoes were growing without the company's knowledge or permission and was reportedly seeking damages of around six hundred
thousand dollars well the company no ses however it's willing to drop the claim but there are conditions to the offer the american corporation has suggested the farmers become part of a collaborative potato farming program that would mean they buy seeds and then sell the potatoes back at a pre agreed price if they don't agree the farmers would have to grow other potato varieties but the farmers themselves say pepsi co is violating their freedoms and fabricating laws. here i don't know why pepsi co claims that it's in the right according to indian law nowhere in india or in the world for that matter do you find a law that prohibits farmers from growing potatoes where did pepsico get this law from sego has violated our basic freedoms with this lawsuit they see that we have broken their patent rights how can they dictate what we can or cannot grow and let
every year we buy seeds from within the farming community we never buy them from any specific company and have no agreement with any company came and told us they wanted to do business they promised us a higher price and then filmed off. they came as traders and were inquiring about the varieties we grow i told them we weren't sure of the variety but it's just white collar potatoes it's only when we receive the court notice that we realize who those people really were. now as you can read on screen there a moment ago calls are now growing internationally for people to boycott pepsi co products indeed an activist from the alliance for sustainable on holistic culture told us that farmers are becoming aware of their rights and companies won't be able to indiscriminately bring cases like this forward in the future. the farmers now clearly know that the indian legislation is on dave's a promise that a lot to do so extreme c e c c save seed from
a crop that is being ignored from appropriate tree seed but just from a company and they're even allowed to sell sets let's see it be a sequel or seed in this case provided they don't package it live billet and sell it doesn't but i did see and these families are certainly not doing it this should have the freedom to choose what they want to goo as the only beside. that it's from across the political spectrum are poised as the european union gets ready for parliamentary elections but a recent poll suggests that only a third of europeans are even aware that the ballot will take place at all let alone how they will vote in it in just under a month the twenty eight nation block is too to go to the polls.
yet challenges indeed in each country in our europe correspondent peter all of reports on the main issues the day i run the elections from a german perspective. there's less than a month to go but the citizens will elect the next european parliament and while there's expectations of a slight increase in turnout the views of pollsters have published that less than five percent of citizens so they knew when they're supposed to vote if you win during it's between may twenty fifth to the twenty sixth if you break down the euro per day syrian to how those surveyed in member states answer the question do you know when your country will vote in e.u. parliamentary elections well top of the class is multi where seventy three percent
of those surveyed got it exactly right staying behind for extra lessons though it's the netherlands where a paltry twelve percent of those polled knew which dates they should be voting on almost forty percent of germans nailed the e.u. pollsters question however a separate poll taken domestically by hugo found that almost half of people didn't know who any of the nine leading candidates for seats in the european parliament were which isn't great when you think about the important job they do in the impact they can potentially have on everybody in the use life i'm a one out of four people could pick munford vet out of the lineup the c.s.u. man is only standing to be the european commission president one of the most powerful and important jobs in the whole of the european union in similar territory
of twenty six percent we have nicolas of the free democrats doing a little better though we have alternative for germany's your miten on thirty five percent of those who were polled being able to pick him out of a lineup and then on thirty nine percent we have the social democratic party's catarina we can only presume that ms bali the current justice minister against them . extra recognition due to the fact that she showed willingness to appear on different media outlets to put across their argument europe as external and internal enemies these include all who seek to weaken at the cross the new good of those polled said that they would definitely going to vote i asked people here on the streets of what they made of the surveys and whether they intended to cast a ballot. will you take part in the european election. yes yes i have no clue when it comes to politics do you know when the parliamentary
elections will be held but i don't know when exactly on the twenty sixth of may i think sometime in the spring a summer's zeevi you know who this is no one and the next one. does that they're not really in the spotlight for the most part these are counted it's no one's ever heard. three weeks ago until the european citizens will elect the next e.u. parliament or at least they will remember which date they're supposed to turn up to vote for all of. meanwhile over in spain elections they're a see a right wing populist party propelled into parliament for the first time in decades more on the.
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minutes into the program welcome back spain's ruling socialist workers party has claimed victory in sunday's general election it failed to gain a parliamentary majority though on will not have to secure the support of other parties in order to form a government there's also been a major breakthrough for a populist right wing grouping which will enter congress for the first time in over four decades. i guess i was going to but here we are we're twenty four days is truly a miracle this incredible well we've got to. i thank you.
he's only the beginning. well with almost all votes coming to. us immigration vox party essential in two thousand seats in the three hundred fifty seat lower house it will be the first time since the one thousand seven days on the end of spain's military dictatorship a right wing party has been represented in parliament tensions over or couple of independents as well as the migraine crisis or believe charles being a major factors in the party success. in the books is an instrument that works the instrument and makes the population move. very dangerous policy.
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of man. and barks just unlock a chapter on the green movement but we're working with. you chub has been working overtime to promote arctic content on its site well that's according to american t.v. host rachel maddow at least who's picked up on a contentious washington post article let's go through it it's details in our to show that cover the alleged russian interference sound the findings of the mahler report was recommended hundreds of thousands of times that's far more than content from other news channels there's scrap and see what's highlighted but i'll go transparency a watchdog that covers huge ship following mottos tweet people were quick to point to her apart and double standards. death no one's lives were threatened by
a conversation between two award winning journalists about the massive dis information campaign you've waged in the minds of suggestible democrats but they are endangered by the cold war you've helped to stir up chris hedges want to pull it surprise aren't just one is he this you tube is so much better than the war mongering conspiracy lunacy that comes from you you should be ashamed to make good people and good content in such a base and mccarthyite way. by the way you tube itself has disputed the findings of transparency which was funded by a former employee it sais it systems are currently designed to only promote quote more authoritative sources chris hedges the host of the show in question told me american media outlets are striving to keep russia gate alive. it's decision to put it all a conspiracy theory about russia that turned out according to the report to be untrue and so they are attempting really to spin themselves out of this by
claiming you know that the report had legal ease and that really there was collusion with russia there was obstruction of justice why on the part of donald trump it exposes the bankruptcy of the corporate media and the american press which spent over two years peddling a fantasy instead of focusing in fact on the real issues and it sells i mean let's not forget this is about profit c.n.n. made more money last year and i think i've ever made in their history rachel maddow is the top rated show in probably the prime conspiracy theorist even at one point talking about how in the midst of a cold snap the russians were going to cut off our gasoline we're going to freeze to death i mean it reached out level of absurdity but it brings in the dollars they peddle this narrative of fear one way or another and it makes them money. ok to
another story we're closely following today two sisters from saudi arabia have lashed out against the use of a smart phone app that they say allows male relatives to monitor and control women's travel. to many of the homeless i. was in their lives a lot of the time there are. times when they are on society also coming to terms and i think a lot of kind of a subtle cause. i'm going to help a little are you. ok so this is what we know about it the up is provided by the country's interior ministry and among other features our laws fathers brothers husbands etc to update or withdraw all women's rights to travel abroad it also. notify if female relatives passports are used in our ports well saudi arabia is the so-called guardianship system which under which saudi women must have
permission from a male relative to work mari and travel know the two sisters say they had to use their father's phone to leave the country their passports are no suspended in saudi arabia under par and leave there's no way back for them now the two are urging the tech giants to remove the as a violates fundamental human rights but the saudi interior ministry had this to say the ministry strongly condemns the systematic campaign aimed at question in the purpose of up your services at the same time confirms this rejection of the attempts to politicize the systematic use of technical instruments which represent legitimate rights to the uses. both apple and google have been criticised for hosting the op it's been installed on smartphones more than one million times the un's human rights chief is also questioning the use of such applications. technology can and should be all about progress but the hugely invasive powers that
be unleashed major incalculable damage if there are not sufficient checks in place to respect human rights. well google and apple have promised to review the op location we have also got the opinions of some experts in this country shocked them it is from the center for planning it and studies and. first of all we hear from an expert on political and social issues facing muslims. these up nigger shoes are essentially meant to nor about the location of the from new members to normal degree of the family members there seems to be a lack of understanding of europe where reproduction of removing is most if this were to go up nigger should is being used. for some negative reasons that is an all too good or different a beard it forces women into turning into commodities and allowing their gods in so
what might they be they father their son the cousin or the uncle or whoever else to have control of everything that happens to them not only their movement but the actually their right to travel and that right to be that right to see if we ever they wish to see and their right to actually make their own choices from muslim code your grammar doesn't need to go far some sort of blog. gets all going or financial heard from a blog from out of barbro from from her husband suburban very much regrettable to. the rest is more understanding because i am a muslim myself and i lived in yemen and i've experienced what it is to be treated differently because you are a woman to be treated like a second class citizen to be treated as a commodity and being told what to do and how to live and how to be and i can tell you that other women it is profoundly repressive and i reject it and i actually think that it's completely hateful on your part. to say that it's somehow irrational to hold this kind of not. in the twenty first century but if you are
basically a question of distorting your smart question often draw them darkies or just the lens of trying to turn this debate under any slimy debate to trying to chip movies to the religious or layman has nothing to do with anything and you trying to tell us that in saudi arabia women are free to do whatever they want is simply not true i'm trying to say that their god said in the house when i said that by saudi arabia because they love their women so much as they have to protect them against themself it is ridiculous. but do they have a choice then rick their choice in the stomach or that is an issue render make their choice in the best i'm going to use that doesn't become an issue it's not a question of. it is a question obviously going to be a broad thinking would be which would like to evaluate everything the rich would like to see everything not i think it would be one she's not making and diving is there in islam because generally. there is some sort of advisory that the. remember. that is just for the cynical protection it has absolutely nothing to do
with islam and people need to stop making it about of religious issue when he has nothing to do with anything it is a human rights issue it has everything to do with the way they conduct his affair with his country against women we are by the cross talking in moments with peter and guests talking the future of iran one hundred together russian passports they close for the. join me every thursday on the excitement and i'll be speaking to get a little the politics sports business i'm show business i'll see you then. something seemed wrong but all in all just don't call. me. yet
to shape our disdain comes to the ticket and in game trade equals betrayal. when so many find themselves worlds apart we choose to look for common ground. you know world of big partisan lot and conspiracy it's time to wake up to dig deeper to hit the stories that made history media refuses to tell more than ever we need to be smarter we need to stop slamming the door on the bats and shouting past each other it's time for critical thinking it's time to fight for the middle for the truth the time is now we're watching closely watching the hawks.
they can come and blow our brains out at any given time if we can't really do anything actually america is the only country in the world where you can kill people outside of war and legally get away with. all of the fire crawls still brilliant all the troubled history fail the point it's hollow playing to k.k.k. exists because america wants it to exist they have the biggest terrorist group to ever operate in this country and they're dead to media war saul's and the people who destroyed the world trade centers are those grow wife.
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