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thank you, miss chance to speak for themselves and captured a haunting, not sure of the power and fragility of hope. borne free whitney on al jazeera. ah hello again, peter, i'll be here and know how the top stories from al jazeera, more than 200 afghans brought the united states from cobble on board and evacuation flights have started their resettlement process. they represent just the fraction of the 20000 contractors who help the us war effort in afghanistan. those left behind fear time is running out to avoid retaliation from rapidly advancing taliban forces. heidi jo. castro reports now from fort lee virginia. the buses carrying
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former afghan interpreters and their families, including 57 children and 15 babies, arrived at the fort lee military base in virginia on friday morning. this is the 1st place they lay their heads in the us safely away from the taliban, possible retribution for having worked with americans now leaving the war in afghanistan is completely like, i mean, starting new life here. mohammed knobby mohammed, he is preparing to welcome his cousin, who was on board the flight and we'll likely spend a week at the base for final immigration processing. both served as u. s. military translators, enough kiana's stand. in fact, 5 brothers from the mohammed family all signed up for the job. now 3 are in the us while the 2 youngest remain in hiding in cobble. we love to work with the us, government and government below over countries. so we wanted to serve or the people janice, and laurie says he feels the same. he worked for 9 years as
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a translator on the front line against the taliban booster. he was granted a special immigrant visa in 2013 and now lives in virginia. all of us, we have a view with luck on our shoulder, and we were fighting for 2 years for that flood, and we thought we were american. should worry, is credited with saving the life of his assigned us soldier, army, captain, mat zeller during a fire fight. if he, those reunions take place, make all of this work worth it. now, seller worries us will break its promise to save the remaining afghans who helped us troops were not doing what necessary to save these people every day that we don't do anything as a gift to the taliban because it gives them just that much more time to hunt down these people and killed them. reports of taliban killing, come daily. this translator in cobble is afraid to show his face. he says he's been waiting 8 years for an american visa. i'm scared, but you know,
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don't give me the visa, so i know when they're targeting the bad guys in here, maybe in trouble or some of so i feel like now at least handed us evacuation like a day would be required to get all special immigrant visa applicants out of afghanistan before the end of august, those were fighting to get them out here. that time is not on their side. heidi joe castro al jazeera li, virginia protested, have rallied in syria against the governments offensive in there are hundreds gathered in several northwestern towns controlled by the opposition forces. the military intensified its bombardment of the province. on thursday, dozens have been killed. thousands displaced through the currency has plummeted off to the countries, the president petro castillo, appointed members of his left,
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his party, to key capital jobs. there are concerns over the direction of his governments after he named a prime minister sympathetic to a rebel group that waged a long running conflict with the state. you can just president is easing corona virus restrictions following a recent drop in infections and deaths. a strict lockdown was imposed in may after a surgeon cases, it included a ban on travel, and the closure of most businesses. documents have emerged revealing president trump pressed his justice department to declare the 2020 election corrupt the department. rebuffed his efforts thing and had no power to challenge the results. the e u has fined amazon a record $880000000.00 for breaking privacy rules. regulators accused the tech giant of unfairly processing personal data. amazon will appeal those are your headlines. the news continues after once upon a time in punchbowl. i'll have another quick summary for you, and a little under 30 minutes. we will see you very soon. ah,
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i came to us from live on to get away from the war that was happening at the time. and they came to restart a life. as a migraine, when i showed up i, i struggled. it was very difficult. i wanted to give us every data that was at the beginning. i'm like my parents 1st, a lot to decades, lebanese families come to australia to build a better life and escape the destruction of war. but many a demonized in the new land. only get rid of this multi
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culturalism because that designing dividing adult and then up to 15 years of immigration from lebanon, anglo, and arab australia is divided by the 1st gulf there being confronted with a choice between being either arab or restraint. it's up to now the multicultural story is your 1st i already answered this question. i'm starting to present these doors trailer and i shouldn't ask them. john hardesty chip is really bad about this in as well. all in the 190908 tiny criminal minority become drug dealing gang to define the law. these games will be wiped in 2001 kara rhythm. right. the see is that arab australians are an enemy within
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35 years mesa and he, our pension explodes into one of the most intimate, right. try it in a training and just to be a little late in the week and a 1000. we have been in fisher effect for 30 years. the people converged on coronado bay to what happened on that sunday in chronology? is it black or 3 countries in am i live in a garage? what am i not? i am a stone and i am living. i am movement, i'm a mother, i'm a georgia, i'm a child. i'm old. anyone. this is a story of what it's like to be living and call a trailer at home. we are a strategy and, and this is how highlander is where we belong. and this is what we have
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me i read that insights part of an outbreak of violence. he which they blame on local gangs going up in punch bowl was very ugly. i didn't know her read or didn't how to write and osborne them of aah. ready as a young teenager in the late 19 ninety's, becky malice, knowledge of astronomy is confined to a suburb, demonized by the media as a center of middle east and crime. when family came from level on them to the punch bowl area, they couldn't find work because i looked while they looked arab,
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they looked different. they sound different. the water strange would be like you guys don't understand language. bugger, off. go by time we don't want you they thought secluded, isolated, segregated, for a brief period that he goes to punch bowl boys high. when many of lebanese is trailyn background, feel outsiders in the country of their birth or so excluded or so away from the standard of facility for me. but i was a rebel because i didn't know what it meant to be the spelling on you. that was an arab on you the roles and the least and you know, the work when he 13 years old that he's confidence is shattered by the
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death of his mother. i didn't acknowledge, but my mom passed away even though she was dead and confounded by the doctors and nurses. it didn't sink in this is my mom, this is my mother is the one that brought me to this world. she gave birth to me. she looked after me, she said, and she gave me milk and everything. and now all of a sudden she's gone. and i said to myself, when i was looking at her, looking at her on her deathbed, take me with you. then leave me in the school world 4 years later, his father passed away and on you, that was all on my own. it's just in the 1st world. and it's the truth.
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emotionally isolated, suffering from the date of his parents. zacky mella is on the path to becoming the 1st astronomy and charged under new laws to combat terrorism. the every nation in every region now has a decision to make. either you are with us or you are with the terrorist the enemy in the war on terror was to be radical islam. and very quickly, the word radical disappeared. and in the popular mind, tara was associated with islam and muslims, most of whom in australia were lebanese muslim sydney will have been eyes were
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therefore potentially a direct and immediate enemy who were treated like we were all suspects. we were all under suspicion. i'm in for i was walking home from school from the bus stop, and this was just around when september 11th happened. and i remember a man at me, but i really did a good face by that. it didn't affect me in any way. i just thought that was his issue when he was ignorant. but us the daughter of community lead a general re fi name at co, boatley is soon aware of what the attacks mean. lebanese is trailing, and all of a sudden we are being victimized, vilified, and marginalized due to the actions of somebody some way, who believe the sort of thing and how the grudge gets a certain nation. and all of a sudden that impacts on me. and apparently what i'm supposed to think and the type
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of person that i am an adult by getting that negative perception from the water community also makes the question, what is it them to be in a stroke? ah, we become very paranoid about our neighbors. we start questioning, we start interrogating them as possible threats and di, inches and in the process we distance from from ourselves. we say to them, the thing that's important about you now is your live in these not so much when that's not your strain in us. that's no longer a parent, no longer important. you are what we feel to be and fear turn to aggression is encountered by actor and film directed george bash on his way to work the morning after 911 and putting more van to fill up pitcher m. you can pull that in front of me and just cut me off the
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pitch basil. and he mutually still look at any terrorist good at a cows hemming, you know, really i want to rip him out of the car. and just believe in dow academy. i just thought that's what he wants. i'm not going to get going to give you the satisfaction of it. so i might see you on the picture. well, you can have, it doesn't bother me. but i'm a terrorist. said almost john, as much as you are champ, branded feet enemy within the loyalty of lebanese astray, and is questioned like never before. and jackie mellor begins to see the bill if occasion as one more reason for his unhappiness or loss,
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but my parents won't let me those no one else around sitting at home mind the pressure trying to figure out what to do tomorrow. and i feel compelled to be a part of the so called war on terror. you can call radicalism, you can call it fundamentally ism extremism, or call it someone calling for help. the effect on our community was very intense. after september 11th over the young people have been under different kinds of fluid. it's no longer the get rich, quick no longer drug, no longer hedwood. it's even worse than that. it was religious radicalization.
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jackie manna is one of many vulnerable young lebanese australian men in punch, bold. but one of the very few who sees extremism as the answer to the despair and isolation. he spends long hours in a random search for enlightenment. when he doesn't find what he's looking for at the la came to mosque and seek out radical cleric for advice. i wanted to find out why we have muslims con, engaging in acts of violence, with a target pine. whether it's blowing up an embassy, whether it's blowing your soft up and killing others with you all and know where are they getting this or the old you from. where is the coming from? or a lot of these newly found religious leaders who have no formal
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teaching, i have no formal training, have no qualifications whatsoever. their way of playing on vulnerable young people. and a lot of people we're mentally unstable. right then i was just pretty much did in the brian i didn't head on the dances on some concert. there was no warning. just a massive explain the bomb told i have a feeling and my being young to read one you own from 91188, a trailer and lose their lives in the bali bombing. once again, the lebanese is trailing community feel demonized by the media. but volley
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bombings. bring that home global violence home to astronomy. for many young australians, kuda beach is almost like an extension of bondai granola to have been attacked and destroyed. there is extraordinarily shocking. there is a sense in which anger about islamic cher is now domesticated. now it's at home and people are really angry. that's when we felt it, tara has a term we galvanized over the effort and support officers, victims, and we did a lot of good work at that time. now unfortunately, the media again and again did not see us as a victim. they saw us also at the same time as part of the problem rather than the solutions i went through. the september 11th the bali bombings london attacks.
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we are the generation of news headlines. we are constantly reacting and being put under the microscope, constantly having to justify ourselves, place ourselves in boxes, change ourselves from the mold data from the back, full convinced the world a few. we are all that while trying to maintain a normal stress in lifestyle in this climate of fear. zacky mallow chooses the wrong moment to play the part of g had warrior he applied for a passport to fly to the middle east saying he wants to make perspective bride in lebanon. alarm bell, stop ringing at the estrella and security service. i decided one day to give me a phone call to call me up and say, listen, live form destroyed, insecurity intelligence organization. we want to speak to you about your passport application. didn't know what your was is. i don't know
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how you guys never heard of use. i said, i've heard of the see i, you the c l i a we are this julian security intelligence organization, and when they speak to you immediately, and then an agent's waiting for me outside size one, i'm jackie mela. this was locked wall. this is hollywood. this is what i want. and here it is. the sort of begins a lonely teenager had finally got the attention he craved. beyond malice, fantasy fear, the spreading that it's trailing on terrorist could threaten the nation. as wild suspicion spreads the lebanese community field under attack, as the war on terror rages as trailing bond. becky miller is depressed and stacking
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shelves in the local supermarket, but to the intelligent services. he's a potential terrorist. i was dumb, stupid, on educated, over the full, rebellious i'm sitting and then all these questions or to view the annoying 11 or to view some of been loudon. do you support terrorism? a thinking of participating in environments? i said no, i'm not part of it, but on the other hand, if you had is declared, then i have to take as one teenager enjoys his 15 minutes of fame. the lebanese community feel the brunt of new anti terrorist laws. as part of the war on terror at hon. a strain to enact something like 14 different pieces of legislation, which i geared towards increasing the power of government to prevents and
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control terrorist organizations and taro, sex. we were quite a freight of the implication of such laws on over daily living. we also were afraid that or young people might have been influenced one way or the other. there may say you wrong things. there may do the wrong thing or even there may thing the wrong thing with i, except that there is a feeling in the community that forts we're going to be punished. but that's not the reality. we count the race and charles people for thinking something, but not acting on it in any way. we have to have solid acts committed by people before we would act in terms of charging them the criminal offenses. but the new
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laws make the community feel as if they are being targeted. we suffered a great deal. we could not trust that zeus. new legislation will be enacted properly. they rushed them through the security services were in fact identifying small numbers of people who were thinking about planning terrorist attacks. but the scale of that behavior and the scale of the response were totally different. so the atmosphere becomes much more paranoid, not simply amongst government, but also amongst the community at the start of the 2nd gulf or the lebanese, this trading community is increasingly accused of being sympathetic to terrorism. after the $9011.00 situation of the it was, it was probably 2 to 3 years after that. i had a situation where
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a couple of undercover police rocked up at my workplace and i said, we need to speak to you. after growing up in punch bowl, sal l can, is a proud lebanese, a strong leon. now working in management. so he sat inside and, and apparently somebody suggested that i was supporter of terrorism. i funded terrorism. i was, i, my 1st reaction was a laugh because i was very outspoken against the war against iraq and so on. and i did call the radio many times to profess that somebody apparently had made the complaint and they come out to investigate. but also it was laughable. the new legal powers and increased police activity inevitably target becky mellow. they started such a place, not a model, and they gave me a piece of paper from the farm, asked alexander dana. he said, we have formed the opinion that you are likely to engage in conduct. the more
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prejudiced the security officers of a foreign country. and i read that i still do know what it meant with malice. passport is withheld because the therapies believed he could seek terrorist training in the middle east. and the federal government seizes the opportunity to promote its anti terrorist credentials in the media. i came to the point where every time i walk out on the streets, people come to me and say you are the terrorist, you are the hardest. you're the fundamentalist or the extremist. go back home, your walk where i want you. he where you want me to go. i was born. he, this is my country, this is all on me. isolated and increasingly paranoid zacky mella is getting attention beyond his dreams.
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but now he's had fantasy is starting to scare him. of this threat of this little model saying, geez, course as your lord is your god get out of this country. go back. i'll purchase the gun. those moment to look after me. and within 24 hours, the usa falls counter terrorism unit right at my house. and charged me for the position of a legal fire and me then becky makes the biggest mistake of his life. i thought, well, what the hell and one of the girl amaica video and target asia threat on them by that have been approved and has the wrong night, the decision to help in the in the like i say necessary.
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in the video, when you listen to it, it makes clear threats that if you're thinking about my passport, i'm going to take you hostage on a q, u, etc, etc, was of threats out of the job and running out of money. he tries to sell the video to an agent posing as a journalist or took the $3000.00 of him on, on that afternoon in condo park. and he said, i don't know whether to issues and good luck with boss. in other words, are now with all the see you seeing you again or dispute is going to get you shot. second, police cars are with you under wrist obtaining a terrorist attack and sidney whoa. the main screen
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charged under race and commonwealth legislation with acts in preparation for a terrorist act. jackie is locked up in golden, maximum security, jail awaiting trial, charged with 2 counts of planning an act of terrorism. also this is all a dream that this what is happening with me right now. being placed in orange rules, chuckled padlock, handcuffed with, i mean number attached to me sitting in a maximum security. so this is a movie, i'll get away from thompson. farmer finding harmony, pursuing his passions, my passions, finding young and keeping cultural tradition and nurturing the musical talents of his community had been playing to dream, music filled inch minded money to outside world tenzing his family land. the most
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important thing that club brought to my mind, i'd surely schedule doing hector mcgovern, the music man, mice and we are now just the euro. we're total technology can help tackle the spread of cov, at 19. but our tech solutions, the best solutions we're starting, something that seems like it's in public health, very quickly becomes about measuring people what data being collected. whereas it's being stored highly re, looks at the limits of the potential of other creative ways to deal with the issues we face target when tech to go viral. episode 3 of all hail the lockdown analogy. 0 vaccines. a promising passed out of the panoramic. but implementing the greatest inoculation in history is testing the global community around the world. already a clear gap has emerged between rich nations and poor ones when it comes to vaccinating their populations from the geo politics to the pure economics. the
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misinformation, the latest developments, what's going on here is very different. first start, the vaccine comes in the form of a nasal spray. special coverage of the colona virus pandemic on a jessina. ah . hello again, peter, they'll be here and know how the top stories from al jazeera, more than 200 afghans brought to the united states from cobble on and evacuation flight had begun their re settlement process. the us president joe biden says their arrival is an important milestone around 20000 others awaiting to be relocated. we were fighting for the country that we have never seen it, even in our dream and all of us, we have a us flag on our shoulder.


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