We Seldom Realise We Are Apes

Nothing Is Sacred with a July broadcast from Bread And Roses TV 

Watch today’s Bread and Roses TV with Maryam Namazie and Fariborz Pooya broadcast via New Channel TV.

 14 July 2015

Interview with Colin Goldner who coordinates the Great Ape Project plus

 * Trials of Yousef Muhammad Ali in Iraqi Kurdistan for criticising Islam and Moroccan women for wearing skirts

 * Khaleel al-Dakhi who has rescued more than 500 women and girls from ISIS territory

 * Where is Saeed? who disappeared when regime in Iran attacked student protests in July 1999

 * Also women waxing hurts god’s work, didn’t you know and Ramadan and brothels
Background: Great apes, including chimpanzees, bonobos, gorillas and orang-utans are our closest living relatives. They are intelligent. can reason, are self-aware and share a range of human emotions. They have a similar lifespan to humans and form strong family bonds which they maintain for life. According to Richard Dawkins, “We admit that we are like apes, but we seldom realise that we are apes.” The Great Ape Project advocates a United Nations Declaration of the Rights of Great Apes that would confer basic legal rights on non-human great apes.

Director: Reza Moradi
Translator: Khosro Gharib

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Anthony McIntyre

Former IRA prisoner, spent 18 years in Long Kesh. Free Speech advocate, writer, historian, humanist, and researcher.

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