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of these you know nato aggressors and to the special people the israelis say really jets that keep really piloting our their national hero recognized rights you think it's good enough because putin appeared to say it's just a tragic series of events we didn't say didn't seem to tell israel to stop bombing and because israel for its sakes as it was bombing to stop hezbollah and iran in your country you think putin's response is fine yes i mean he doesn't need to say it really are you not bluntly i mean it's obvious from things that we we starting to feel on the ground things will be new rules will be set and you know i don't think you want to get lots lightly that the israelis use they they hid behind it they formed like a cloud behind the russian jet in all of ours it really is the being there and to make millions more return you mentioned the two kilometers away from you but i know you've warned us in an interview with the state mandated b.b.c.
here that there's a chance of them coming to the air this studio what do you think the state of syrian intelligence is about the returning foreign jihadists as you call them to london and to britain look we don't lie for indy hardy's to go anywhere because they are dangerous deal big deal societies in big what why the why do normal british citizen citizens have to stop or from the stupid actions of their government this is no one like this we stop it from them and because from our somebody i'm telling you we don't want the suffering to be imposed on any nation in the world ok more danger they pose a danger they pose britain these people that after a were similar by britain are people of great danger great that you are actually you are base that some of their daughter is already dead but this government needs to change course immediately they need to establish beyond that they need to reopen their embassy they need to record. denies illegitimate rights of the syrian people
and the syrian state and they need to cooperate in the fight against international terrorism otherwise there will be the blame if any harm is to do a girl or on any british citizen but you support to raise amazing spending money for security forces that worked in areas controlled by terror i think you know i think the reason he is doing or not of policies and actions are to promote and to some boat that isn't syria there is so many clinched money in the wind tell me it's the white helmets are known to be outside the us. army. there are no white no mysterious are only limited only in muslim only in the places where you have ok i got all of their pain friends as a nato member like holland has refused has now stopped all aid to the white helmets will obviously have to get reaction well it's their legs it's the holland that's
been supporting these are these for now six or seven years i mean no i mean they and this should be accountable because the officials in holland that support that did the ok i think i don't know that there are there is organization even in dutch law not only in british law when i married the law you m.r. so basically it's not enough for us to say well i still hope i will end the of my financial support to these jihadi groups really what about your support group is there what about the cost that the harm that you cost to us to the syrian people by supporting the jihadi groups are going to not you're not going to be held accountable to that let's just get on to this so-called false flag attack that moscow is warning the world about it's quite quiet here about syria in the mainstream media what do you make of this the olive group is a british company denying it has any involvement in the us that they were involved in the training of people for a false flag chemical attack that we should expect. what do you think on the ground
there in aleppo does it sound believable. look exactly yes i mean we've this happened here before and not you know if you remember when i was just sixteen and the days when they would be when they shot the movie the infamous movie the last man of aleppo in a limbo it was it was a real kind of this at the time and we had a big one there once filming this movie but outside of course the black flag were protecting this site so same thing happened already in just a short and it lit some people also told us that there be they also feel a little be fabricated a movie in in the city of a bat to be aired later their movies are already filmed there recorded. just meet the bush start to start but them to air of those movies they are not the only thing filmed there was more what is aleppo trade fair all we hear about is war there and britain of course supporting groups in your country there's a trade fair aleppo's slowly starting to get back to normal what it was before this
war yes actually it was the only book fair and then after that there was just the recent one was the masks and that national affair were telling participated in the big number of companies. the economic life. so it is starting to come back rapidly. specially the eastern parts of aleppo ma about eight hundred thousand people returned to eastern possible a book that proves that all these propaganda that he had on other media is really nonsense. the country is secure the country secular you are free to dress like you want you to do whatever you want not unlike jihadi land would you how the land women are the center second or third class citizens. they have to be have to convert their faces they have to cover their bodies they can not go out. you know religious clergy member running be show you know it's totally different i mean we
are we live a normal life what you see in the west. and we want this also this our lifestyle our freedom to reach also it lives so that the people of that live will be liberated and feel like they are real syrian citizens free of any jihadi mercenaries ruling by a travel thank you. you're welcome it well after the break. the burning towers but there's a climate of fear continuing in london's kensington and chelsea with or without meghan local schools will build the civil coming of a bot to i'm going underground. ministries police forces and city administrations of many countries depend on one corporation that does my mike was hoping when the board doesn't implement the rise of the god of this company this is going to come to the. woods as the three that you got on
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welcome back i'm at the council house community room just minutes away from the grand felt hour in the past seventy two hours former residents of the poorest area in one of the richest on earth around the grand felt hour in london have been given an ultimatum moved back or lose access to their community. with me now is helena thompson the artistic director of the social political independent direct theatre company and the writer of the burning tower about the granville disaster thanks elephant him to speed tell me about what the burning towers over the burning towers about two girls who are sharing the history of social housing when you come to the play they fill you in on everything they've studied and learnt and as the play goes on you discovered that one of them is occurring for survival and she finds it difficult to talk about how experience it's you as an audience are asked to get involved and support her in sharing what she's been through before it's even
revealed that one of them is a granville's of the history they're telling very entertaining leigh with or leo and all sorts of other effects in the drama very different to the history we get on your documentaries about bridges tree there's something we all about the history that we share i think and that with mt steve comes through we do have a living history program where kids go and talk to local residents about their member of social housing and that's what informed that's what forms the soundscapes of the trauma that's what informs the characters and that's what gives it back authentic edge because the. their history that they're telling before this revelation they seem to suggest that it's really is a break in the whole idea and concept of social housing with vinegar in the burst
a few years. that's right there is a line in the past i think what sarah said it's we a welfare is gone you think it's a wound you think it surrounds us all and the history matter is and can be protected but the actual safety net doesn't really exist and it's just that the whole grenfell disaster is not about clouding more firefighters not doing what they should be it's about something else about people being ignored correct and i think that that is the issue i think residents in social housing and not least into the housing is not valued as it should be and i think if we don't listen to each other we sell ourselves short collectively as a society so the play is about the importance of listening who the government would say see they are listening and that's where this is begin corey so. in a sense the government has responded to the critique in the book it's good that we have an inquiry i mean it would be
a terrible mistrust if there were no inquiry but there are a number of other things that the government needs to recognize as we failings there's a lot of social housing being torn down there's no investment in social housing social housing is often one down and housing is a basic human right we need to provide social housing and the sense of community that's built into the d.n.a. of these buildings is irreplaceable you know due to dramatically the the communicate that without it being boring at all because it is clearly explained the tearing down. our approach was to bring people into social housing itself so it's really important that the play happens in a council estate community space and it's really important that that space actually comes to life that the history of that space that the sense that that space could be a place where a fire happens where. blackouts happen where the place is not maintained all of
that actually happens and you experience it from we'll i think that's what keeps the pry it and really makes you feel wow this place. it's bringing people together and has a life of it but ironic that it is in the community of the city which is being gentrified which is losing social housing and over the government says it's now brings actual housing affordable homes the play also addresses that in fact yes the place where they play takes place. contested in this particular pace is council house community now that's a place that. we score to get into through homes and then also. you have. you have people that. are telling them hey we go but you're scared but this is what
used to happen it doesn't need to happen has to have a hard compassion and understand that these people not only grieving they're suffering from p.t.s.d. because they were told that they had to evacuate their homes but you're sleeping soundly undergoing business and that you know your neighbors are burdened smithereens house is probably jeopardy because it is a bucket the for nothing amount of time on the say oh wait no it's fine go on go and no i would be i would be just as hope to move back as any other person and just remind us how rich the royal birkin's and chelsea is up the road the houses would you. know no one bedroom house looking up forty. three cause of a million it's not like that because other people talked about the emergency response in the immediate aftermath. just one percent of the value of a big house down the road by the paid for professional mental health services and
emergency provisions right there and then instead of the community coming together it just makes me think what is the point of having the council. has to provide. safety and just help the general running of this community. the community stepped up we provided. they should have been doing we did that affectively they should. be in that position. because. i know you've said before that despite the so-called social cleansing that's happened right across the country since the twenty crash you said actually community still does survive an up to the greenville business no matter what community so many survivors despite it all we have to it's not so much a question of like. maybe. because we can't leave it up to
them because look what happened when we did we lost seventy two feet. and. many people in the area think. to agree with them. we just know how we had to come together it was that what would happen if we had waited to get this do. you see when you make an allegation like that i mean this program going into trouble from the middle of times was saying it was promoting plus war when you say i think being protected adequately by the authorities. is you. i mean do you think people should go to jail oh my god look if you killed seventy two people you would be in jail like i'm not talking like a little bit of. the. no i mean what a hard time because. lessons must be learned and actions have consequences
and if you tell people that it has consequences don't be a false a loser people's lives. may be remarking on the fact that the royal palace is not too far from here being refurbished with taxpayers' money as is redevelopment of public resources here in this area but i have nothing against the world. i just feel like their involvement of. it comes of i don't know if i'm a just comes across as is that like damage control. or are you just trying to hide the fact that. all this money. paying for your house whereas you couldn't. to make sure that my friends' homes were safe and as for media coverage there's more you coverage about meg and more help for the community. but i'm glad some help. but rather they use their influence.
to score strong states about seeing new yorkers. just chill. such. an. islamic state and a separatist group claim an attack on a military parade and iran killing at least twenty eight people as the country marks the anniversary of its war with iraq. the u.s. state department accuses the syrian government and its allies of assisting terrorists we examine whether the claims stand up to scrutiny. and that a blow.