tv Inside Story 2018 Ep 360 Al Jazeera December 27, 2018 2:32pm-3:01pm +03
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a revival of the jihad in the muslim near east the crusades an arab perspective and for so to revive at this time on a. new stand the differences. and the similarities of cultures across the world. al-jazeera. hello i must add with the top stories on al-jazeera donald trump has arrived in germany to visit american troops on his way back from an unannounced trip to iraq the iraq journey follows growing criticism of the u.s. president's failure to visit troops in combat zones he states had just three hours
thanking troops and defending his decision to pull out of syria but what raised some eyebrows was trump not meeting anyone from the iraqi leadership robin supports from washington d.c. . resident donald trump got a warm welcome from u.s. troops during his brief visit to iraq. we came to al assad to share our eternal gratitude for everything you do to keep america safe strong and free. accompanied by first lady maloney a trump the president shook hands with service members at an air base one hundred sixty kilometers from baghdad he posed for selfies and signed autographs including one on a make america great again campaign camp he bragged about the defeat of eisel on his watch two years ago when i became president there were a very dominant group they were very dominant today they're not so dominant anymore
. the visit came amid continuing fallout from prompts abrupt decision to pull out all u.s. forces from syria our presence in syria was not open ended and was never intended to be permanent trump said the withdrawal from syria would be strong deliberate and orderly he also met with military commanders i think it's an opportunity for him to explain to his generals on the ground and the troops on the ground what the syria withdrawal means and most importantly hear from those generals how they plan to execute that withdraw all troops said the u.s. has no plans at all to pull out of iraq. a day earlier during a phone call with the commander of the air base in qatar trump asked about the ongoing blockade of qatar by saudi arabia and the u.a.e. together with egypt and bahrain sure how are they doing it carter how are they
doing getting together with saudi arabia u.a.e. you know we don't track this certainly the political followings of the saudi arabian u.a.e. . qatar but i will tell you they're fantastic on this this is troops first visit to u.s. troops in a conflict zone during his twenty three months in office the visit is likely to quell critics who say he should have followed the example of his predecessors presidents bush and obama who visited troops in harm's way earlier in their terms rob reynolds al-jazeera washington russia is accusing israel of endangering two passenger planes as it hit targets in syria and choose day moscow says syrian air defenses destroyed fourteen of the sixteen israeli missiles an israeli security official has confirmed the strikes to the associated press saying they hit iranian targets indonesia has said all flights around an erupting volcano which triggered
a tsunami on saturday on a crocodile and continues to spew columns of ash into the days after it's crazy collapsed sending waves up to five meters high along the coast at least four hundred thirty people were killed the u.n. says representatives of yemen's warring factions have achieved a breakthrough as a meeting in the key port city of her days a retired dutch general patrick has been hosting the first talks in the city between the saudi and m.r.c. backed government and to see rebels voting in sunday's presidential election in the democratic republic of congo has been postponed in three opposition strongholds until march the election commission says it delayed to the voters of affairs of violence and. one of saddam's ruling parties is calling for an investigation into the killing of protesters during a week of anti-government demonstrations members of the popular congress party say seventeen people were killed after security forces used live ammunition at the protests but rights group amnesty international says at least thirty seven
protesters died those are the headlines more news here after the politics of population control. the democratic republic of congo is finally heading to the polls to vote yeah the lady who will be the winner of this already controversial presidential election join us for special coverage of the p.r.c. the election. al-jazeera. this is a film about women who had to abort their daughters. about men who can no longer find a wife. about girls were kidnapped for that reason. and about desperate parents.
on the five had settled on in. i.e. only. was. one she is a province in southern china panshin don't envy my shan or parents who are searching for their daughter three year old pang she taking disappeared a month ago without a trace. at first nobody believed that something terrible could have occurred in this peaceful village where everyone knows each other with the search for her has remained fruitless. wow me. you can see out here whoa fine until you can once i think how it's all the family all the time you
know he does. all that remains for the parents are there memories and baby photos from happier times. to to get. because the area. the country about. do you knows a lot of despairing parents he works for a relief organization throughout china there are already two hundred thousand volunteers searching for missing girls such as pan shooting.
her there are very high in a target i felt was a few other area are in the hundreds other than what i was ago. and there's michelle employer or the general miles home of the recall. is there it's had you and he is the better young god so you know that evolvers over doesn't it to the choir room. and then child on magda has a better harder today as she holds on. there is a shortage of millions of women in the world's most populous country one hundred thirty five boys are born for every one hundred girls in some provinces of china. this is the result of an experiment that started decades ago on the other side of
the world in the usa after world war two. it was the era of the economic miracle people in the west were doing better than ever before if not for the fear that their prosperity could soon come to an end a big concern was constantly growing populations due to medical advances especially in developing countries. affluent americans started a new movement together they wanted to curb the large numbers of children worldwide most of them were men from well known scientists. like john d. rockefeller the third they were people with influence and connections to the highest levels of the american government. their foundations continue to exist today the ford foundation the rockefeller
foundation the population council they triggered a rising tide of fear of a population explosion that soon also spread to other countries and they formed the head of worldwide measures taken to decimate the population of the impoverished. this has been examined by matthew connelly as tory in a columbia university in new york he has researched in detail the development of does movement from its beginnings to its impact today population council saw its not just to control the rate of population growth but also to address problems in the quality of population so they have an explosive mandate to try to do something about the growth of the fertility rates among people who they thought you know would eventually take over the world if something wasn't done to reduce fertility rates across the board but especially among people who they thought would be poor parents would have even more poor children. this way of thinking also took hold in
american politics in one thousand nine hundred sixty six u.s. president lyndon b. johnson attached conditions for receiving development aid one of them being that recipient countries must reduce their population. and. it was a time of drought and starvation in india. the president spoke on the phone with the secretary of agriculture. are on the border. of the president. but if you want to. exhibit a i don't want to get. over thirty but what are you out on the road right now i don't know but i don't know what else to get out of. here compared. to. he stopped food deliveries until indira gandhi to the
demands. accusations were made that the west had imperialistic intentions with its population control project if. a department was founded at the united nations in nine hundred sixty nine the un f.p.a. the united nations population fund through this ostensibly neutral paff western governments channeled millions into population control in developing countries the major donors besides the united states were sweden great britain germany and switzerland. south korea was among the earliest testing grounds for population control the country was devastated after the korean war at the same time there was a baby boom with the highest birth rates in the world the united states participated in the reconstruction from the very beginning population control being high on the agenda.