episodeNovember 28, 2015 // Tuba Büyüküstün, HRH Dr. Abdulaziz Bin Ali Bin Rashid Al Nuaimi and Carol Mansour

Tuba discusses her experience in the Arab world, her humanitarian work and future acting plans.

Tuba gained her popularity in the Arab world with her appearance on the Turkish soap opera Lost Years. In her first appearance with a short haircut she shares stories of her relationship with her husband, talks about the kind of father he is, and how they keep the romance alive in their relationship after so many years. She also discusses her experience in the Arab world, her humanitarian work and future acting plans.

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The "Green Sheikh" talks about his mission to instill in the youth a stewardship for the environment.

HRH Dr. Abdulaziz Bin Ali Bin Rashid Al Nuaimi is a member of the Ajman royal family. Known as the "Green Sheikh," he has a mission to break down barriers and reach out to the youth to raise awareness and instill stewardship for environmental and sustainability issues. HRH Al Nuaimi talks about how he switched his career and life path from the oil industry to environmental preservation and reform. He passionately talks about things he personally practices in his daily life to preserve water and consume food within reason. He bases his environmental philosophy on the teachings of Islam and focuses most of his efforts on the youth and on bridging dialogue with other cultures and religions.

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The award-winning film director discusses her films and what she uncovered about the plight of Syrian refugees.

Award winning film director Carol Mansour talks to us about her film "Not Who We Are". Through her documentary film, Carol follows the path of three Syrian women refugees who took refuge in Lebanon. In her film she addresses intimate issues that women face from discrimination, to changing social norms, to the impact of exile on their intimate relationship with their spouse. Carol joins Zainab to comment about her films and what she uncovered about the plight of Syrian refugees in Lebanon and their impact on her life.
"Not Who We Are" has won the Best Documentary Award at the Rated SR Festival in New York, and the Jury’s Special Mention at the FIFOG festival in Geneva.

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