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icicles sustainable and entirely made in the u. k. it looks like baseball is to be part of many people's lives, at least in the short term. whatever, calling the way they're being urged to consider where it comes from and where it'll end up. oh no, no training on the top stories on how to era. dozens of people have been killed or injured in an explosion at a busy rocky market. on the eve of an important religious holiday. bomb went off in the crowded area of iraq, the city, a suburb of the capital, baghdad, rocky mead use reporting more than 30 people. died tuesdays the 1st official dave eden, iraq, and many people were out shopping for the national holiday. would have had to see when we're now in a little halo market. this is where the explosion happened. the attack that killed
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and injured dozens of innocent civilians including women and children, re behind me not far from one where i'm standing now. the explosion happens hours ago and no security forces say that it is an explosive device. investigations are still under way and the government of prime minister must have all kinds of it has to arrest. again, is the commander, the police commander, who, who's leading the security on it patrolling the construction on a controversial mega dam has hit another milestone, sending concerns along the river nile. the 2nd phase of filling the reservoir behind the grand ethiopia. international stem has been completed as a huge source of worry for neighboring egypt, and she done which both fear that if you're pure will use it to control the waters . talks between the 3 nations haven't seen a breakthrough with if you,
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if you're insisting that project is vital for the economy. yes, president biden's government has released its 1st one ton of bay detainee as dames to close the prison. abdullatif. nothing has been held there. been any 20 years, it has never been charged. $39.00 prisoners are still at the facility and of them only 11. have been charged. the white house press secretary says the president's aim is for the facility to be closed down and hate, he's interim. the prime minister has agreed to set down to end the leadership battle, following the president's assassination closures. s. as he's met with i had only been appointed by her and then louise just days before his death. oh, he has received backing from the international community community. but had not been torn in claire's top stories to stay with us. our program was one time in punchbowl continues. next, i'll be back off to that with a news. i told me that if you can, thanks for watching bye. for now. i
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the school in the seventy's and eighty's were totally different from what school are these days. there was no other choice for them. there were i my a lot of tea within the system. they felt being victim eyes marginalized, picked on, and unfortunately, that mentality that existed at the school develop some sense of non belonging. and so many, it's trailing lebanese families. the battles in the school yard turn into battle at home. the parents speak little english and many astray. inborn children speak no arabic. they can communicate with their parents anymore because their parents are still living. so back in a 970 is in the middle east and the kid is living in the 1980s early nineties in
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australia. and it's very different. and that communication between the families got lost. you're getting called wog, and oak county wide and all sorts of a school. and then you come home. you parents, it was speaking to an arabic all the time. and you think maybe these guys, right? maybe am i was maybe so you're falling more liberties on strategy. what am i on? i know and for parents struggling with english, the education of their children becomes at the v. a test. niandra bashes 7 children are expected to do well at school. and she never has an education ah, one day very smart mother was my dad that he, if you ever came 2nd in the class, you're finishing and quite a civilian student. now my mother on the other hand, never went to school. she does matter with roy arabic or even english le metal
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who's never ever experienced, being in the classroom and be told by 3 jobs which are on phenomenal because a lot is a very, very strong lady and a very, very smiling become any time dickie. she had him weigh i'm, she came to me, mom, what states, what? i didn't tell them i carry the right. and i tell them have to be smart. you have to read it, have to do deep. have to do that inside my heart. some like my life and the amount of time i tell them i want to be doctor, i want to be say, let's say i want to be computed. man, i want to something quickly. futures, me style l care and his younger brother, sam, both go to punch bowl boys. hi. there was probably about 70 people out of my years
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that actually got into a university of some sort. were still young back then, but you could choose which party really wanted to take but at school, they are already on different times, foul heading towards the university degree with san looking forward to the lessons of the street. oh, yeah, let the complain. be melinda roland, yolanda young live in front of her school and daddy knocked your guys principal john sandra to spend the for so and so, and i'm translating to that i'm doing well at school and principal just want to compliment me and compliment you on raising me either way you have and as we walk
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and walking out of the office, also we're gonna go over the, the arbiter joe walked into the office and he was in my dad's from the, from my dad's days at the shop. and he said, all you now you're sound good. suspended for 1234, and done. just under. i looked at me like what you're good shirt and i are getting the job. that was another story that got another building over that. one of them that were you with them, i dropped it off something after that, given it a belligerent kevin holly it was really do deal and the rogers are really station that a go dollars. lation. mr. committee and after school on the street southwest evening, many australian liberties, teenagers drift away from the parents. dreams of
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a university education and drift towards the excitement of easy money from petty crime was to break into places for the sake of bloody getting shirts and drinks and lilies and stuff like that ought to get a $100.00. you know, just wasn't silas to steal stuff and drill and thrust. i was hanging out a couple blocks that i shouldn't be hanging now we will get into fortunately of the day when you don't have many prospects with your education, we have many prospects with your work. when have any prospects for the future? we have any prospects in the community that you live in? it's really appealing to do the wrong thing. get quick money. it's really appealing because for that one moment, you could be a little bit of a superstar. if you feel you belong to someone or something, you know a bill to get
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a review and going to find someone that feel the same way like you. and it's going to be your friends to talk about a minority of those kids who felt trapped in the gangland mentality. rebuild against teachers against principal rebuild against police. they looked at criminal activities as a way out of poverty rather than education. crime is often the 1st thing to flourish as does so because it validates people's identity. it gives them power in a wound in which they are otherwise palace. it's very attractive for a lot of people to go that way. the me almost a decade after the exit is from lebanon, begins the new lebanese, it's trailing in a building, a cohesive community in south with complex
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political conflict involving christian and islamic militias is left behind. 11 instead, south with sydney reflects a different reality ah, in live on i was raised in a very respectful community. i remember them a slim families would go to the christian neighbors to celebrate christmas. and then that a christian would come to visit muslim neighbors to celebrate ramadan, we appoint, exchanged, sprayed, we supported each other, we've always been open, respectful, oh, $11.00, easiest. trailing community is a mix of christians and muslims. but here in la camber parts of the old european immigrant and glow community still struggle with the
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unfamiliar faith of islam. in the most open in the late seventies and the critics of multiculturalism, it is a symbol of a dangerous cultural divide. the building of the mosque creates a lot of local intention and a hostility, this opposition from long limbs to its presence. in fact, it's one of the 1st of the many mollusks that challenge by local communities all over sydney in the time that really changes. partly because people who don't like move out and people who do like it move in. and so the, the neighborhood becomes increasingly islamic, there are pre holes book shops, how long butchery is very good. liberties take was restaurants. it
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looks a bit like a small town in live on some years ah, adjusted the lebanese is trading community embrace, peaceful coexistence in south west sydney. they find themselves under attack on a national scale. influential forces question if a stranger can cope with immigrants and their foreign ways. multi culturalism is now issued by the federal government, invites national disunity. jeffrey blaney and norman historian makes a major speech and then writes book condemning what he sees as the emerging tribalism in australia caused by the arrival of all these new immigrants. the views of the 3 bodies in camera. very different to the views of those people who live amongst the new migraines and have to work with them. my
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name with race attentions writhing, the liberal opposition later. john howard thin, the stark message to the supporters of multicultural australia. the only thing that can unite this country and keep this country united by sea cor, australian values to which all of us can subscribe. and that is his vision of what makes a strange yeah. unique and strong. and anyone who deviates from that is seen to be honest writing and in some, oh you are you my room? and i mean, you might do that or the operation. desert storm is right on schedule important course via that the world understand big countries cannot invite small neighbors and get away
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with the 1st gulf war shift, the media focus to arab australians. the simmering suspicions of old anglo astray alia again to boil the backlash from the gold for we have not been ready for something like that, especially as a female side of always community who actually born in the front of the 1st wave against every one that is islam make everyone that is arabic and every one that was a hit job or had a funny sound ignite, a just show the ugly face of racism in such a way that we could not cope was at that time. in me was in a 12 at the time of the golf all and,
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and it did have an impact and i'll never forget mom he was, he's having her job is sort of someone attempted to take his job off so i could never understand why. and then there was another time when somebody sped at her and i thought, what a low act she's got, nothing to do, what's going on. we are actually proud of striving for a generation. lebanese is trailyn has been struggling to find a place in a so called multicultural country. now, for the 1st time in post war history, refugees are being asked to declare their religions. arab australian who saw you on you 1st struggle. i already answered this question, or when i started citizen, all these dos trailer and i shouldn't be asked about this. this is the 1st time they are restraining identity has ever been challenged in this sort of way. it's
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the 1st time they are being confronted with a choice between being on the hour or restrict because up to now the multicultural story is your both. and now suddenly they may not um vehicle for this type of 20 piece of pressure on this community. we have lived in an atmosphere like we have been and i for sure . okay. ah, they are a big carnival at golf woodland park proceeded peacefully until like this afternoon, the shadow of the gulf war and a perceived divide between anglo and arab austria loomed over, an arab trailing and family festival. in the fight between 2 young women escalate and the conflict intensified further. as more police respond, it's just highlighted how distant the community was from the news house was police
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and how ignored it. police officers at that time where they could have diffuse a situation very easily, but they were having this attitude in your face and things escalated. local doctor jamal refill is that the festival with his family? i believe it would have been a different story. none of the food stamps were used to move the mom deal campaign many in the arab community believe the violence ignite because the police have no respect for them.
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i mean his occasions way for people would be sitting in the car and for no apparent reason. other than lebanese or middle eastern that pulled over and stretched out of the full ca, searched month along the road. and it happened quite a quite a bit. after leaving punchbowl boys high fell l. okay, is it university on the threshold of a management career? but he still believes he, the belief target i distinctly remember ones who are on the north shore, driving around at night. there was a die off, you know, something we got pulled up someplace and essentially got to make the lie on the ground. and the worst of the effect of this is not your area. we don't want your calling. don't come back. but the reality is that the police a facing a crime wave that engulfing south west sydney and it's young,
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lebanese australians who are often to blame. i'm not saying it was a model of model citizen i did straight to the disappointment of his parents than our care is not interested in the family, fruit and vegetable business. for sam and his friend berra easier, far more lucrative ways to make money. me a lot of young men that were gonna be doing something illegal and the police just said no way of combat. ah. the most profitable illegal activity of all if the racket known as car rebirthing a stolen vehicle is fitted with the serial numbers from erect car to give it a new identity. so i would steal i very high profile, very expensive, my vehicle get a rig and re booth within days. and what would pop out was
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a car that she could hardly tell or almost couldn't tell was right. if i got a team together, i could rebirth a car within a day, there was big money in all my my son is driving around the flesh cars and making the money. so it was just sort of say someone else the money to do and started doing the same thing and was just crazy money didn't have to work you up when you want party all night in just one year between 9 195996 more than 47000 cars the stolen in new south wales. as the racket peaks, the police hit back. the car wreck, it is the biggest so far uncovered in australia and has taken 2 years of police investigations to unravel. police have recovered $120.00, stolen cars with a value of 2 and
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a half $1000000.00. we will be doing right in the backyard of houses and had $3.00 and $4.00 car shells. they were obviously cow rebirth. and they been taking place. there was a hydra never the enemy because the stop you from making your easy money. mm hm. okay, is convicted of a number of offences that escapes a jail sentence. kyra industries that it often border time use of the media increasingly demonizes south sydney as a hot bed of crime. john howard suite de power after 13 years in opposition and one nations pauline hanson is elected in queensland. ah, get rid of this multi culturalism because that is wanting to bother us also as
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a nation, we are multi racial. we are strong and, and be proud of it. with the return of john howard, as prime minister multiculturalism has been abandoned as a national ideology. and so people are feeling much more comfortable in the period of polling. hanson about talking about race. we're using racist remarks, calling people racist names and delivering these kids in places like punch bowl getting caught up in the bench adults. as hostility increases, the police focus on a new source of conflict. lebanese australian gangsters, ramping up the drug records. there was a lot of illegal activities taken place from members of our community and was no shame whatsoever. a lot of drug smuggling,
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cocaine and when and people who were at that time daily and distributing it was a sense of pride because it was a way for them to make week money. these are small and numbers, but what existing they did happen to low p a straight punch bowl goes from decent, lower abiding, suburban, straight to a drug drive through supplying much of bandwidth or what young people with drug users, the way a drug addicts and their family would not do anything about it because it was, it's under the carpet because i don't want anyone else to know that their son or daughter is a drug addict. a community isn't denial as drugs in cash to create
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a powerful criminal underworld. it was a new phenomena. this was the development of illinois organized crime model of crime was violence. it was involved and was predicated on volumes and fee if people went to the police station to give them any kind of information. those criminal elements would know about it and they'll come to retaliate. we could not trust the police at that time. we wanted to, but there was that sense of fear. ah, things are the pitch. people are short, fuse drugs everywhere. there are guns everywhere. it's the wall waste. next time on once upon a time in punch bowl, ah, a lot of the lebanese young gangsters thought that they were unbreakable and untouchable. and to see the phone. but one of the most intimate race riot in his,
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in history training and gone live. and he told me to go back to where they came from the alarm. and the thing is struggling and flag being carried away, which i think the inflection ever be carried. yeah, you have no idea why and you know you got my culture and you have not that much. what we've done to use me to cease by violent crime and drugs confronted by racism and integration. 0 traces the history of 1st generation lebanese australians, exploring the conflicts and the struggle for acceptance. once upon
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a time and punch bowls on al jazeera, ah ah, ah ah, ah. hello there, let start in australia and we've got unsettled weather. continuing to dominate in the south. we've got a weather system bringing the wet and windy weather to the south west. that's briscoe winds and some heavier showers to perth, as well as, and foggy starts to the morning, and the rain is expected to last well into the weekends. now we've also got a weather system affecting the south east, so a bit of a winter. we mix which has mania,
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victoria and new of whales. we could see some flooding in victoria where that rain falls, particularly heavily. as we got into wednesday though, it does push off the coastal areas and it will be sidney that sees some of the showers from the mid week. elsewhere. things are looking fine and why we've got high pressure keeping the skies clear and the winds weekend as we move to new zealand. things have dried up after those floods effected the south island. things are looking a lot fina and dry as we go into tuesday. but as we see, when i say come around, we've got a weather system working its way into the south island. that's going to bring some brisk winds and some heavy rain. and as we move to east asia, we are expecting the wet and windy weather to affect southern areas of china. we've got to tropical storms moving their way in land, and we'll keep an eye on those. that's a story with the meaning
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jim born in from any of the never left under will do. i mean, in my mind of everybody else to go and tell him i, i i i had to go west city center at least to get ahead, begging for food and just working on the web the night to meet. that's the place. oh, do i go to
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do that to me it's just sometimes exceed and my friend is not adding something. so what we've been in the i go to go poor people the between the region to be changed we're doing that need to be told, find a way and demand to be heard. opening the window into another light and challenging
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perception. witness documentary, the change on al jazeera on prompted and uninterrupted discussion from london, broadcast santana, ah, ah, this is al jazeera ah, hello taylor. this is the engineering news i live on the coming up. another major milestone for if you feel is controversial, mega dams. a 2nd phase of filling is completed despite opposition from nations downstream. dozens killed in a blast in a busy market. iraq had the city day before each celebration.


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