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Fresh update on "abu" discussed on Hugh Hewitt
"In court again. Lawyers representing document Abu Khatallah, a Libyan militant convicted of charges in the 2012 attack on a U. S diplomatic compound in Benghazi, have asked for a new trial. The motion filed in federal court in Washington sites recently disclosed exculpatory evidence. The motion does not detail the newly disclosed evidence, but says it concerns a key government witness who testified under the pseudonym Ali Modry. C. ATC. Atala is 2017 trial, A jury found Khatallah guilty of mulch. A poll terrorism related charges but not guilty of murder. He's serving a 22 year prison sentence might cross yet Washington If he LP is prime minister is rejecting growing international consensus or dialogue and a halt to deadly fighting in the Tigre region is interference, says that his country will handle the conflict on its own as a 72 hour surrender ultimatum. Runs out news and analysis, a town hall dot com. Picture at the Mall for decades, RadioShack pulled from the break of death. Yet again, it's the most prized name in the basket of brands that entrepreneur investors, Alex mayor and Ty Lopez have scooped up. Since the Corona virus pandemic affected US retailing Cove in 19 also sent a number of retail chains into bankruptcy protection. Mayor and Lopez plan to make Radio shack competitive again this time online rather than on the street corners air in the malls. That's correspondent Andrew Stewart. Fox News has reached a settlement with the parents of Seth Rich former Democratic National Committee employees killed in 2016. Authorities have concluded that rich died in a.
Branson Beats Musk in Human Hyperloop Test
"A week ago a man and a woman got into a metal pod sat down on vegan leather seats and strap themselves for a trip. Unlike any other the pod was then levitated by magnets and shot through vacuum tube at one hundred seven miles per hour in roughly six seconds. Talk about a wild ride and it was actually an historic first. The two brave souls are employees of virgin hyperloop and they were the first humans to test. The new technology virgin hyperloop focuses on the high speed transportation concept billionaire. Richard branson's virgin group is a minority investor before testing the system with humans virgin hyperloop conducted more than four hundred unmanned tests. Hyperloop has been called the future of transport. The systems are designed to be giant low pressure tubes floating pods or suspended by magnets and carry passengers from point. Eight point at theoretical speeds of up to seven hundred miles per hour. Here's how it works. The pod network uses magnetic levitation two sets of magnets both repel the pod in the tube and help move it forward and the vacuum system used to help accelerate to high speeds is similar to the system. You use to send your documents to the teller at your bank. drive through. Popular mechanics explains inside the pod. G forces were more than three times that of an airplane but the passengers said the ride was smooth. New york times reported ultimately groups like virgin hyperloop hoped to deploy the technology to transport people and cargo. The speed would reduce the time. It takes to get from los angeles to san francisco to less than an hour. The times report says that's faster than a direct flight. When the hyperloop debuts it will be the first truly new transportation technology and more than one hundred years the independent reports branson isn't the only billionaire dabbling in hyperloop technology. You may have heard of a fellow named elon musk. He's credited with conceptualizing the technology nearly a decade ago and he is boring company. Boring as in boring tunnels underground has a test tunnel california that it's using to test. Its hyperloop and other technology. Each year musk's spacex holds a hyperloop pod competition where university students compete to make prototypes of high speed transportation. Pods last year. Students from the university of munich won the competition there. To um hyperloop pod set a new speed record for the competition of nearly three hundred miles per hour a longer track could help teams reach even higher speeds. Musk says virgin. Hyperloop is already designed to route between london. Borough branson says the uk route would be quicker and cheaper than the high speed rail system being put in now. The independent reports and richard geddes co founder of the hyperloop advanced research partnership believes that. There's an opportunity for a hyperloop. System linking abu dhabi and dubai in the united arab emirates. For now the hyperloop is still a theoretical transport system with more than a dozen companies working on bringing it reality and when you have competitive billionaires behind for bragging rights about being first to market things have a way getting done
Fresh "ABU" from The World and Everything In It
"Coming next on the world and everything in it world tour with africa reporter onis. Ao he carry. We start today here and africa. Al-qeeda has chosen a new leader for north africa branch. Abu obeida yousef jerry terrorist on the us blacklists since twenty fifteen. He frequently appears in all qaeda's propaganda videos and reportedly helped plan all bombings in two thousand and seven. Those attacks killed almost eight hundred people allen. Abby replaces to north africa groups former leader abdulmalik drugged. All french forces killed him in june. The north africa all kedah branch terrorizes large. Swats of all geria- mali libya and niger. The group has also made millions of dollars abducting foreigners for ransom next. We go to central america. Protesters set fire to guatemala's congressional building on saturday. Hundreds of.
Al Qaeda's Abu Muhammad al-Masri Secretly Killed in Iran
"A senior Al Qaeda operative in Iran. Early this year. A bold intelligence operation by the two allied nations that came is the Trump Administration was wrapping up pressure on Tehran. For current and former U. S. Officials said Abu Mohammed al Masri. Al Qaeda's number two was killed by assassins and the Iranian capital in August. Or the story's a town hall dot com on Patrick Pause.
Fresh update on "abu" discussed on BTV Simulcast
"This Islamic daybreak. Middle East our top stories this morning, global stocks had for their best month ever as investors welcome the prospects of a Biden administration, Treasury Secretary Yellin and the long awaited fires vaccines. Carrie Lam defense the controversial National security law and says the pandemic social unrest have heard Hong Kong We have the latest on her policy address. Saudi Aramco says no one was hurt by a missile strike on one of its few there wasn't Jenna, but the attack does highlight the vulnerability off the state owned oil done. Plus Israeli Prime Minister Netanyahu on Abu Dhabi Crown Friends. Bahama Birdseed are nominated for the Nobel Peace Prize after agreeing to normalize relations It is nine and across hammer. This is public.
Al Qaeda's Abu Muhammad al-Masri Secretly Killed in Iran
"Intelligence officials now confirm Al Qaeda second highest leader accused of being one of the masterminds of the deadly 1998 attacks on American embassies in Africa was killed in Iran. Abdullah Ahmed Abdullah, who went by the nom de guerre Abu Mohammed al Mazri, was gunned down on the streets of Tehran by two assassins on a motorcycle on August 7th. Anniversary, not the embassy
Fresh "ABU" from Night News
"Service being provided, plus fares are being crossed. Honored. We're next traffic updates in less than 10 minutes on WCBS. Thank you. Kelly. Now your three day forecast from meteorologist Bob Sporadic tonight will feature increasing cloudiness. Low temperature near 40 in the city getting down into the lower thirties and outlying areas For tomorrow. Clouds and some breaks of son look for a breezy and milder afternoon with the high of 56. Rain arrives later tomorrow night. Otherwise cloudy low 15 on Thanksgiving Day areas of morning fog, otherwise cloudy and mild with periods of rain and a high temperature of 58. Fair and 36 Terry Town. Partly cloudy and 47 in Port Washington. It's 42 in Westwood, 47. Glendale, 42 in Perth Amboy and in Central Park wins out of the north of four miles an hour Humidities 47% fair skies and 44 degrees. WCBS news time. 9 40 There's a motion for a new trial from lawyers representing a Libyan convicted in the Benghazi attack. AP correspondent Mike Grassy reports. Lawyers representing Achmed Abu Khatallah,.
Al Qaeda's Abu Muhammad al-Masri Secretly Killed in Iran
"Has denied a report in the New York Times that Israeli agents killed the number to figure in Al Qaeda on the streets of Tehran. Baber says Abu Mohammed al Masri was shot dead in August by two men on a motorbike at the behest of the United States.
Fresh update on "abu" discussed on AP 24 Hour News
"Nominations, including Song and Record of the Year for Black Parade released on Juneteenth, the holiday that commemorates when the last enslaved African Americans learned they were free. Song. Also nominated for Best RB Song and Best R and B performance. Taylor, Swift Dua, Lipa and Roddy Rich each have six nominations. A Libyan militant convicted in the 2012 Benghazi attack, in which Ambassador Chris Stevens and three other Americans were killed, is asking for a new trial. Lawyers representing Achmed Abu Khatallah site recently disclosed exculpatory evidence. Khatallah was captured in 2014 at his 2017 trial. A jury convicted khatallah of multiple terrorism related Ridges, but found him not guilty of murder. Prosecutors accused Atala of leading an extremist militia and directing the attack. The motion came just before the three year anniversary of the guilty verdict, which under federal rules is the deadline for such a request. Might Grassi, a Washington AP News I'm Jackie Quinn, as the presidential transition process is finally getting under way. I'm pleased to have received the ascertainment from G s a carry out a smooth and peaceful transition of power, and President elect Joe Biden is being briefed on covert vaccines and sensitive issues. The GOP in Wisconsin's trying to block the certification of the state's election results. Republicans have filed a lawsuit alleging fraud without evidence and they seek to get authorization for the GOP led legislature. To be able to hand pick electors who would then vote for their presidential pick The stock market rally today, the S and P 500 reached a new record high, as did the Dow, which closed over 30,000 for the first time a vote in Los Angeles County. The Board of Supervisors will not let restaurant stay open for outdoor dining. Because of quote alarming metrics in spiking Cove. It cases a restaurant association sued, saying that take out on Lee will kill many businesses. New York Governor Andrew Cuomo's urging caution for Thanksgiving gatherings. Don't be a turkey this Thanksgiving. Where a mask don't be a turkey. Wisconsin Democratic governor Tony Evers says people shouldn't have guests in their homes We almost make must make short term sacrifices for a long term health. None of us wants to be the one to unwittingly spread. This virus is somebody We love our host the next Super spreader event we hear about in the news, The European Union, the U. S. And other donors have pledged billions of dollars for Afghanistan hoping to help build peace and stability. Fox News has reached a settlement with the parents of Seth Rich. Former Democratic National Committee employee who was killed in 2016 Fox News falsely suggested the victim, it leaked out campaign emails and that had something to do with his death. This is AP News. Home Depot's agreed to a $17 million settlement in a massive data breach that occurred six years ago. The agreement between Home Depot in the attorney General's of 46 states and the District of Columbia was over a 2014 data breach that exposed the payment card information of some 40 million customers. Cybercriminals hacked into the stores self checkout systems. Using a third party vendors, user name and password and then installed malware that harvested the customer's information. I'm surely Adler, many U. S. Schools are updating their traditional lessons on the first Thanksgiving feast, focusing as much on the Native American hosts of 16 21. As the English settlers who joined them students learning about the Wampanoag tribe as well as the conflict and injustice that face them. I Jackie Quinn, AP News Let's say you just.
Al Qaeda's Abu Muhammad al-Masri Secretly Killed in Iran
"Has denied report in the New York Times that Israeli agents killed the number to figure in Al Qaeda on the streets of Tehran. Newspaper says Abu Mohammed al Masri were shot dead in August by two men on a motorbike at the behest of the United States.
Los Angeles District Attorneys Race Results
"Who will be the next district attorney of L. A county. However, the candidate challenging incumbent Jackie Lacey has nearly 54% of the vote. Even with a slight lead in the race to become the next Los Angeles district attorney, George Gascon is not declaring victory. The initial results are certainly promising. This community's demand for justice, Equity and change was heard loud and clear on election. Max Abu spokesperson for Gascon says they're being patient. Don't approach to criminal justice really enhanced the health and safety of our communities. And I think that's the direction that you saw. Voters take yesterday and current Los Angeles District Attorney Jackie Lacey issued a statement A Can IX, saying With much of the vote's still out there waiting for the results to come in the process will take some time and that it's important for every vote to be counted. Jackie Lacey, currently commanding just over 46% of the vote, Craig figure can extend 70 News radio summation
"abu" Discussed on Tales
"Responded from peppers stomach. We're as warm as can be inside a belly zero doc. Did her best to hide her. Terror abu beamed at her his whole face lighting up. I knew i liked you. He said stroking her hair with a long finger. You've got fire you've got spunk. Abu reached into his robe and pulled out a large key ring. Abu dropped them on the table next to her plate. There were many keys on it but one stood out. It was made of solid gold. Abu tapped her shoulder all be out for the rest of the day. Feel free to explore the palace as you see fit. I only have one rule. Abu let the words hang in the air slowly. Zero doc looked up from the keys to him. His dark eyes stared straight into hers. He hissed the gold key is for my use alone. A chill shot through zero docs. She nodded abu straightened up with a smile and strode of the hall. Zero dark listened to his footsteps growing quieter as he made his way to the entrance. Suddenly they stopped abu had passed through the portal entrance. Zero docs smiled and scratched her. Cat's ears we've got the run of the house now pepper. Let's go find. My sisters grabbed the key ring from the table and took off down the hallway. She was going to open every door. She ran through the halls. Oh the doors and glancing through each one. The palace was filled with wonders. Strange fruits from far off lands entire rooms of goals and silks giant canopy beds and private baths. She had never imagined such luxury. Zeran docs spoke allowed to pepper. Trying her best to make sense of this place. He must be some sort of wizard. Or sorcerer i think this palace is real and the mountains are an allusion. She piled her arms full of the fruit snacking on the. She went from door to door each one provided new and amazing treasures but none of them contained what she was looking for. Eventually zero doc reached the end of the last hallway. There were only two doors. Left one wooden and one made of gold. She knew that had to be the forbidden room. Zero dock looked to her cat. Should we go in pittsburgh. The image of boo cutting off his ear filled her head. No she wasn't going to risk it until she'd exhausted every other option. Let's try this one zero and put the last iron key into the wooden door and turned the door slid open and zero dot stepped inside. This room wasn't filled with gold or jewels. It was empty. Save for a window. Toward the back corner. She crept across the floor and peeked through the curtains. She wasn't sure what would be below. She still didn't know exactly what part of the country she was in. She found herself staring down at an old cemetery. It was small. Maybe an acre of land filled with old faded gravestones at the centre was a huge hulking creature digging through an open grave. It's back was broad and it had long spindly arms. Bits of flesh flew in the air as its head was burrowed into the open chest cavity of a corpse. Zeran doc screamed then covered her head with her mouth. The creature shot upright and turn to look back toward the window. Zero doc pulled the curtain shut. She had seen enough. The creature had a monstrous face. It's mall was filled with rows of jagged teeth. But it's large dark eyes and giant ears. Were all too familiar. It was abu. he wasn't a wizard. He was an ogre coming up. Zero doc faces the wrath of abu. Free war this episode is brought to you by britannia experience britannia a world filled with romance treachery political intrigue and magic follow the invasion of britain in forty three ad. One rival kings queens tribes and gods are forced to put their differences aside to avoid their demise at the hands of the roman empire while the romans stop at nothing to conquer. These mythical lands now. The only hope for britannia is a young girl. She's only followed chosen one as she pursued her destiny to save her people and defeat the empire oncoming for you. Watch all new episodes of britannia. Sundays at nine. Eight central or on demand anytime only on epochs get channel or the app. Twenty twenty has been a devastating year for so many people while the holiday season is supposed to be a time filled with family togetherness. Enjoy many of our neighbors face unemployment homelessness and hunger a lot of them for the first time but feeding america and the community that supports it is still strong. Feeding america is the largest hunger relief organization in the us with a network of two hundred food banks and sixty thousand food pantries. They collectively helped to provide food for people across the country or struggling with hunger. But they can't do it alone. Feeding america needs your help. Just one dollar helps provide at least ten meals to families in need this holiday season. Help families put food on the table. There are several ways to get involved volunteer. Donate or advocate visit feeding america. Dot org slash. Hope for more information now back to the story. Zero doc bolted out of the bare room breathing hard. She didn't know how much time she had. she had. Just caught abu fray war feasting on the corpse of a dead man. He was an ogre and she was pretty sure he had seen her. She ran to the final door. The golden one. That abu had forbidden her from entering. She didn't wanna anger him but she had to find her sister's zero doc. Slim the gold key into the lock. It turned she pushed the door open and screamed with fright hanging from the ceiling. Strung up by their hair were sarah and yesi. Their eyes were tight. Shot and their bodies drifted around in circles swaying like wind chimes. Their hair was tied around hooks connected to the ceiling. There were dozens of the hooks. And while sarah. And jesse were the only girls in their zero duck could see strands of hair and many shades. Clinging to the hooks zairean. Doc inched into the room moving below her lifeless sisters. She whispered their names but got no response. Her heart fell and then sarah's is shot open zero. Sarah screamed with delight. How.
"abu" Discussed on Tales
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Price for what u. s. news and world report called best overall home security of twenty twenty head to simplisafe dot com slash tails and get a free. Hd camera that simplisafe dot com slash tales to make sure. They know that our show sent you now. Back to the story. Zeran doc packed the few belongings. She had then wrapped pepper in a thick scarf. She had told abu fray war that his brother wanted to marry her. He would have to take her cat to in truth. Zero and dog had no intention of marrying the brother of the strange man. No matter how richie was but she was determined to find out why her sister's hadn't written to her like they promised she would accompany abu to his palace and learn the truth. If her sister's really were living there happily she would simply tell abu brother that she had gotten cold feet. Abu was waiting patiently for her at the edge of the property. He smiled as she approached him. I'm so happy you'll be joining my little family. You're going to love my palace. Pepper hissed at abu who abruptly turned and lead them down the road. Zero doc hardly acknowledged him. She didn't like looking at the man. His dark eyes and giant ears made her feel uneasy. They walked all morning without stopping other than the odd meow from pepper. No one said a word which was perfectly fine with zero dock. As the noon sun hovered high above them they came to a rocky set of hills tucked. Far back into one of the hollows was the jagged entrance of a cave. Abu turned back towards zero dock and smiled. We're here zero. Doc looked around. That's not a palace. She said angrily. I'm not going in there with you. All smiled looks can be deceiving. My dear he said then he stepped into the mouth of the cave and vanished before her eyes. Zero doc stared in shock then ran to the mouth of the cave. There was no sign of abu. Just the dirt floor of the cave and oppressive darkness abu called zero doc in a trembling voice. There was no answer. She looked over her shoulder back down. The road toward her home now would be an ideal time to run. She thought that she could abandon her sisters. She took a deep breath closed her eyes and stepped into the cave. A rush of air struck zero doc whipping her hair. She opened her eyes and her jaw fell open. She stood at the entrance of an enormous hall. Gold was everywhere. Sunlight poured in from high windows. The whole place shine as if it was from a dream. Abu approached wearing a new silk robe zairean. Doc stared at him in disbelief. It really is a palace she said. Voice full of wonder abu nodded and beckoned for her to follow. They walked down and impossibly long hallway lined with large wooden doors. Finally they reached a dining room with a long table. A single golden plate knife and fork had been set at the head of the table. Abu gestured for her to sit. I'd like to speak with my sisters. I said zero. Doc firmly abu smiled. You'll see them soon. He said but we've had a long journey. I'm sure you must be hungry. Zero doc was hungry. She sat down in the chair. What do you eat here anyway. She asked abu walked beside her and picked up a knife from the table. A sudden terrifying thought gripped zero doc. He's going to kill me. But abu casually brought the knife up to his face and without a word caught into his left ear. Zero docs mouth fell open. Blood gushed over booze hands as he casually sawed through his ear like a tough piece of beef it finally pulled free bringing a large chunk of cheeks skin with it booth tossed the giant ear onto zero docs plate then lifted his knife to the other side of his face. His right ear joined the left on the plate. A moment later zero. Doc stared at the ears then up at abu blood flowed freely down both sides of his head but he smiled and pointed at the plate. Each or dinner won't shoe without another word. Abu turned and walked out of the room trailing blood behind him. Zero doc couldn't breathe. She stared down at the plate. The blood pooled underneath the severed ears. She had no idea what to do. Any man who would cut off his own ears and serve them on a platter was clearly dangerous. She couldn't imagine what he might do if she angered him but there was no way she could stomach. The meal he had offered suddenly pepper squirmed inside her scarf. Zero docs is widened as an idea struck her. She unwrapped cat and set her on the table. Pepper wasted no time. She began lapping up the spilled blood and then took a bite of the ear. Zero doc stroked her for and cooed encouraging words. There you go eat up good girl piece by piece. The ears disappeared down peppers throat. She adjusts swallowed. The last byte when zero doc footsteps approaching abu was coming back zairean doc scooped the cat off the table and held him tightly in her lap. Booth through the doors open and marched straight towards zero doc. She couldn't believe it his ears had grown back. Nothing about or his policy made any sense but zero doc forced to smile as he approached the table and thought whatever it takes to find my sister's he carefully inspected the plate his face not betraying any emotion. Then he called out in a loud voice ears. Are you hot or cold. Two zero docs horror of voice.
"abu" Discussed on Tales
"Sister's attention the stranger was holding out a velvet bag overflowing with gold pieces. The girls had never seen so much money. Zero doc was the first to break the silence. He must have bought a lot of would she said suddenly pepper jumped onto the window sill and lead out a loud meow. Omar and the stranger turned toward the sisters and smiled zero. Doc had never seen her father so happy. He ran from the road toward the window. Shara i have wonderful news. The three sisters met omar and the stranger in the entryway zero. Doc couldn't stop staring at the man's ears. They were huge. She nudged yes to get her attention but the older girl was busy watching the interaction between sarah and the stranger. She smiled uncomfortably as he fixed her with his large dark eyes eldest daughter said omar solemnly. This is a most joyous day for our family. My new friend here all boo fray warr wishes to make you his bride. Sahra gasps in delight. Zero undock quietly groaned. The man might be rich but she was certain that sorrow could do better. Abu took her hand smiling. Broadly i met your father while out for a stroll. He said in a deep rumbling voice. I knew a man as kind as he would raise fine girls. Would you like to come back to my palace. Sarah clutched her hands over her heart and eagerly nodded. I'll wait for you. By the rhode abu said then he turned and strode out of the house. Yes he ran to sarah and wrapped her in a hug. The sisters giggled in delight but zero dock was completely nonplussed. How can you agree to marry this strange man. She demanded we know nothing about him. Sorrow rolled her eyes at her baby. Sister he's got a palace. She said smiling at the thought. What do you need to know. There were actually a lot of things that zero undock needed to know. She peppered sorrow with questions. Where was this palace. Why did abu fray war have so much money on hand while wandering through the wilderness. But sarah and yes. He just laughed and ran to pack. It didn't take long and soon sorrow was saying goodbye to her family. Zairean stood in front of the door and refused to budge. Sarah simply smiled and wrapped her in a hug. It's not forever. I promise i'll send a messenger as soon as i arrive with instructions on how to reach abuse palace. Then you and yes see and father can come visit whenever you want. you'd better. Zero doc whispered hugging her sister back. She white to tear from her eyes and finally stood aside. Sorrow walked out to the road. Where abu fray war was waiting zero. Doc watched them walk away until they disappeared over the horizon day after day zero dock weighted by the window for the messenger with news from sarah but none came. The only person she saw was their father coming and going from work. Anxiety filled zero. Docs mind sarah had never broken a promise before. She tried her best to get yes he to be as concerned about it as she was. But the middle sister didn't think it was a big deal. After a long week of waiting a figure emerged from the wilderness. The dust storm made it hard to make out but the figure was growing closer. It was headed toward their house. Zairean doc leaned out the window squinting to get a better view. Her heart sank. it wasn't a messenger. It was abu fray war and her father. Where is sarah zeran. Doc shouted as soon as the men were in. Earshot abu smiled. She's back at the palace my dear zero docs is moved from abu to her father. Omar's is were trained down on something in his hands. It was another velvet sack filled with gold. Your sister has been an absolute delight. Abu continued as the men reached the house. She's so lovely that her presence in the palace has convinced my young brother to take a bride as well. Zairean docs is narrowed. Your brother did. I not mentioned him. When i was here last time abu wondered his eyes fixed on usc who had just come to see what the commotion was by told him that. Sarah had a sister who was just a bit younger and every bit as lovely as she. He sent me right away to ask if he could marry you. Would you like that. Yes he liked that very much but before she could leave zairean doc once again blocked the door. Something is very wrong about this man. Promise me you will send a messenger the moment you arrive just like sarah. Yes he promised she would once again. Zairean doc sat by the window watching her sister walk away. She couldn't push the nagging question from her mind if his brother wanted to marry yesi. Why didn't he come get her himself. As the night dragged on zero dot grew tired of waiting for messenger. She knew there wouldn't be one coming. She would have to take matters into our own hands. Zero undock spoke to her cat as soon as the first light breaks. Were setting out to find my sisters. She pulled her matt over by the window and with pepper wrapped in her arms drifted off to sleep the next morning. Zero doc awoke to the sound of her door swinging open. She sat up to find her father standing in the doorway holding another sack of gold coins. Her heart sank. O'meagher smiled at her wonderful news. Youngest daughter is thought we'd had all the good fortune of family could ask for but can you believe it abu house. A third brother before zero doc could respond abu fray. War appeared in the doorway behind her father. He's big dark eyes fixed on her as his lips. Curled into a wide smile. That's right my dear and the presence of your sisters has made him jealous. He intends to make you his bride coming up zero. Dr covers the secret of abu fray war listeners. Here's a new show. I can't wait for you to check out when it comes to love. Every story is unique. 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“We are entering the deadliest phase of this epidemic,” Berks wrote in a White House memo.
"Trail. The president has been touting his success with the economy before the pandemic kid and the assertion that the pandemic is rounding the corner. That corner may well be down a dark and deadly hall. If we're to believe one of the top leading experts on Corona virus, virus, the the coordinator coordinator of of the the White White House House coronavirus coronavirus test test force force Dr Dr Deborah Deborah Burkes, Burkes, warning warning the the current current spread spread of of the the virus virus is is even even worse worse than than what what recent recent test test data data shows, shows, according according to to an an internal internal memo obtained by The Washington Post. Dr Burke says the nation is entering the most concerning and most deadly phase of this pandemic, and she told officials to brace for 100,000 new cases every day over the next week. ABC is faith, Abu Bae says. Dr Burke's also wrote in this election Eve White House memo that quoting here. This is not about lockdowns. It hasn't been about lock down since March or April. This is about an aggressive, balanced approach that is simply not being implemented.
Timeline of Trump's medical treatment for COVID-19
"Going to begin tonight with that extraordinary moment that played out just a short time ago president trump has left Walter Reed Medical Center after being taken there Friday night he has now returned to the White House tonight where he continues to battle corona virus this was the scene. Moments ago in Bethesda Maryland the president walking down the steps six, thirty, eight PM, eastern wearing a mask something we did not see him often do before being diagnosed at times he did. But now wearing that mask as he waved to the cameras, a thumbs up to the cameras you heard him say at one point. Thank you very much. He did not take any questions. Then the extraordinary moment the motorcade driving him to Marine One. Obviously, we have never seen this before this country deals with the pandemic marine one waiting for him as the president. Now for coronavirus to experimental treatments at Walter Reed also a powerful steroid supplemental oxygen, and then that Short flight on marine one that took him across from pathetic Maryland back to Washington D. C. to the White House where they will pay close watch doctors acknowledging today that they will be on guard at least through. Next weekend given. The course of this earlier today is medical team coming before the cameras they treated the president aggressively with variety of medications as I mentioned some experimental along with powerful steroid and the president's Dr confirming that the president did receive that oxygen twice testing positive for covert the president's doctors saying late today, he may not be entirely out of the woods yet. In fact, the doctor said we won't know for several days from now truly how the president is faring given the normal. Course of the virus that we have seen millions of Americans fight tonight the president back at the white. House at this hour and this evening, the number growing at least eighteen people now connected to the president of tested positive eleven of them at that. Rose Garden event including introducing judge. Amy. Coney. Barrett, not have corona virus from this but several people who were at the Rose Garden have come down with it among them. Top aide whole picks, Kellyanne Conway Governor. Chris. Christie three. Senators just. Today we learn more. We learn the press secretary Kalia Canadian to members of her staff in the West Wing have now tested positive the president tweeting today about leaving Walter Reed telling the American people don't be afraid of Covid, don't let it dominate your life it true outrage from many who point out this country just today hit two, hundred, ten, thousand lives lost, and at the president received the best healthcare in the world. Those experimental treatments many upset with him saying don't be afraid of COVID. We begin with our chief. White House correspondent. Jonathan Karl tonight with the breaking. News. After receiving some of the most advanced medical care in the world for three nights including experimental treatments usually reserved for the most serious covert cases. President Trump tweeted today that he is heading back to the White House, telling Americans don't be afraid of Covid don't let it dominate your life. He added I feel better than I did twenty years ago. Presidents. Doctor says he gave the all clear to go home though he may not entirely be out of the woods yet. The team I agree that all our evaluations and most importantly his clinical status support the president's safe return home. We're he'll be surrounded by World Class Medical Care Twenty, four seven. So how is the president really doing? It's been nearly impossible to discern amidst a series of false or conflicting statements from the White House and the president's physician Dr Shawn Conley over the past four days. Once again, today Dr Conley refused to answer basic questions about the President's health inflammation long at all. So we we've done routine standard imaging. I'm just not at liberty discuss on Saturday, Dr Conley insisted the president was doing justifying this morning. The president is doing very well the team and I are extremely happy with the progress. The president has made he falsely told reporters the president had been given oxygen one. In fact, he had been given it twice yesterday today he was not on oxygen none of this moment and yesterday with the team while we were all here, he was not on oxygen minutes after that briefing ended White House. Chief of Staff Mark Meadows pulled reporters off to the side. With, of young, getaway. Meadows then directly contradicted the doctor saying quote, the President's vitals over the last twenty four hours were very concerning and the next forty eight hours will be critical in terms of his care. We are still not on a clear path to a full recovery. Sunday as meadows looked on his head in his hands Dr Conley admitted he had not told the truth about whether the president had been given oxygen. He acknowledged he was putting a positive spin on everything to please the patient I was trying to reflect the the the upbeat attitude that the. Team the President of course of illness had Didn't want to give any Any information might steer the course of illness in another direction and in doing. So you know came off that we trying to hide something twas necessarily true. And so have. Over the course of his hospitalization, the president staged a series of photo ops designed to project strength and to prove he was still on the job. In this photo, the president appears to be signing his name to a blank piece of paper. Yesterday the president had the secret service, drive him outside the hospital. So he could wave to the cameras and to his supporters possibly exposing the agents riding along with him to the virus the move outraged Dr, James Phillips and attending doctorate Walter Reed, who tweeted all those agents must now quarantine adding they might get sick they might die for political theater commanded by trump to put their lives at risk for theater. This is insanity Dr Phillips appeared today on. I don't know what the benefits of this political stunt were but I do know what the risks were and my concern is perhaps the secret service agents that were inside. Don't know the full risk of what they were up against there and what the real threats were. Tonight, the President returns to a White House thrown into chaos by Kobe one, thousand, nine, hundred each day more staffers getting sick today press secretary Kelly mcenaney announced. She to as tested positive for the virus for day, she has been speaking to Reporters without wearing a mask even though she has had extensive contact with both the president and with hope Hicks who tested positive last Thursday to of Macanese aides in the white. House. Press Office have also tested positive in total eighteen people who were around the White House and president trump now have covert one, thousand, nine, hundred eleven of them attended the. Garden ceremony where the President announced his Supreme Court pick others including Hicks former New Jersey Governor Chris Christie and trump campaign manager bill Stepien attended a debate prep meeting. At the White House the President's daughter Ivanka trump has tested negative at the debate. In Cleveland, she didn't wear a mask over the weekend she was recorded by the Daily Mail jogging with her husband Jared Kushner in their Washington neighborhood both now wearing face coverings multiple sources. Tell ABC News. There is now what one person close to the president called a full blown freak out among the White House staff New York Times reporter. Michael share who tested positive after flying on. Air Force One a week ago Saturday says, no one has reached out to him to trace his possible contacts nobody from the white. House has said Abu and asked anything about where I was or who I, who I talked to or. Who Else I might infect it. They're also serious questions about why the president traveled to a fundraiser in New Jersey on Thursday after learning hope Hicks had the virus New Jersey officials are now tracing the contacts of more than two hundred people who were there with the president sources tell ABC. News. The president tested positive shortly after he returned from that trip but hours later he told Sean Hannity he was still waiting on results so. I just went for a test and we'll see what happens I mean who knows today his Dr refused to say when the president last tested negative for the virus? I. I don't WanNa go backwards s for the president seven months into a crisis that has unfolded on his watch. He now says personal experience has taught him a lot about a disease that has killed more than two hundred and ten thousand Americans it's been very interesting journey I learned a lot about Kovin. I learned it by really going to school this is the real school. This isn't the let's read the book school and I get it I understand it and it's Very, interesting thing, and I'm going to be letting you know about it.
Israeli and Emirati film industries to cooperate after deal
"Filmation sees in Israel and the United Arab Emirates have announced an agreement to collaborate on television production the latest development to follow a US brokered deal between the countries to normalize relations the Abu Dhabi film commission says it has reached an understanding with the Israeli film fund and a Jerusalem film school seeking to strengthen commercial ties for television co production and joint film festivals the film agencies are hailing the agreement as a way to deepen cultural understanding between the countries the deals reflect the changing Middle East in which shared concerns about archenemy Iran the taken traditional Arab support for the Palestinians who fiercely oppose normalization amid the efforts to have their own independent state I'm Charles the last month
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart: Janissary Music
"I'm Naomi Moon Welcome to classics for. Kids. Let's start this show off with a bang. You. Know how? When a certain kind of music catches on whether it's rap or jazz or Latino suddenly you hear it all over well, all over Europe in the late eighteenth and early nineteenth centuries you would have heard Turkish flavored music like this marked by Ludwik von Beethoven. A very reasonable question would be if Beethoven was German, what was he doing writing Turkish music? The Sultan who ruled Turkey used to have a very select group of guards called Jan Aseries, actually, jams areas, what the Turkish term for new army sounded like to European ears like most armies. The Janice series had a band and since this was a Turkish army, the Janice every band used Turkish instruments like bass drums, triangles, and cymbals when the Sultan of Turkey since January, bands to Europe people went nuts over the exotic sound of those instruments hey, couldn't get enough of Turkish. Music. European composers knowing what their audiences wanted to hear started writing. Turkish. Sounding pieces and even set some of those pieces in Turkey This is the overture to Mozart's opera the abduction from the Seraglio. Seraglio. Was the Turkish Sultan's palace a palace which he kept US sizable Harem of wives. Plural. Very poor. Mozart wasn't the only composer to set an opera in Turkey German composer. Carl Maria. Von Vaber did to and he even gave his opera a Turkish name. Abu Hassan. And Turkish sounds crept into orchestra music too. For Instance Haydn's symphony number one. Kendrick. Since people associated the sound of drums, triangles and cymbals with Turkish army bands that Haydn symphony came to be known as the Military Symphony. The best symbols in the world are still made by the same family that made them in Haydn's day the Zil jains, the name zillion is Turkish for symbol maker a Turkish Sultan gave it to the first symbol maker in the family almost four centuries ago today zillions live in Massachusetts where they make the symbols you here in rock bands and symphony orchestras. That's from Wellington's victory by Beethoven. After. The FAD for January music died down the cymbals bass drums and triangles didn't go back to Turkey those instruments. Oh, their place in today's orchestras and bands to the eighteenth century European craze for Turkish music of all the composer's latched onto the sound of the January band I think Beethoven did it best? My favorite bit of January music is tucked into the middle of the last movement of Beethoven's Ninth Symphony. That Sound is a controversy soon, the lowest pitched woodwind instrument there is it's acting almost like a bass drum. Back when January music was popular, you could buy a piano equipped with a special. January pedal by thumping down on it, you could accompany yourself with your own personal triangle and drums percussion section. Unfortunately today, those pianos are only found in museums when both amodio Mozart composed his Turkish Rondo he managed to get the piano to imitate Janice drums even without a special pedal. That's Mozart's Turkish Rondo. Now that you know about the Turkish part to find out what a Rondo is, join me next time for classics for kids.
What's Your Story
"This is the Jaakko unraveling podcast episode nine with Daryl Cooper and me Jaakko, willink. So. Last time we were talking about. The stories that we tell ourselves and then how We get stories in groups in those start to expand in those start to unify people together. And it seems that we have an instinct towards. Some level of those. Stories unifying us to a point to where we start to drift into just straight tribalism. And then we actually use those stories and change those stories. As a tool to strengthen our tribes even more. And I know you had some some interesting stories, slash myths. That that that kind of represent that very well throughout history we've seen this it's it's it's tapping into. A basic. A basic way that our mind structures reality for us right I mean if you think about. How you teach. The youngest children something if you need to teach them something, you need him to tie their shoes right? How you GonNa do that through imitation you're gonNA show them do what I do. Right that's the same thing that like chimpanzees how they teach their children things. As they get a little bit older was the next way that you're going to teach them stuff probably maybe by like five six, seven years old you're GonNa Start Teaching them basic things about what a good person behaves like whatever you're GonNa do it through stories right? That's like the next level up. It's like later on down the road, you can start talking about kind of concepts right? You can start teaching them. Teaching somebody things in terms of you know instead of telling you a story about prince charming and this is how a man should treat a woman. You're going to learn through this story and internalized that maybe later on, we can say this is the essence of love and how love operates and Blah Blah Blah but stories narrative is how we how we structure reality and understand things and very, very profound way. Yeah. I've written a bunch of books. The two of the leadership books that I've written actually all three of the leadership books that have written are. Heavily based on stories stories from combat and then stories from the civilian sector. And and obviously people the feedback I get all the time and we have the principles written in there in extreme ownership in their leadership. We write the principal clearly in there. Hey, this is called covered move. This is what it means. But people never say Oh, thanks for spelling out the principal for me. They say Oh love the way you guys told the story in that I could see it. So yeah, this is not just something that we do for kids I mean the. With US sticks with US forever, and it's such a great way to to get your point across much more powerful way and for certain things, it's the only way. Right I. Mean. There's just like you're not gonNA tell somebody breakdown into philosophical concepts had a tie your shoes. You just got shown him and tell him i. do there are certain things that? You just have to use a story. That's the only thing that's really going to serve that purpose and elucidating the principles we are really doing there is saying, okay, you know all those stories this one, I just told you in the book. Yeah. But all those other ones you've always heard and there's that there's that thing that the leaders are doing something. This is what it is right and so you're drawing out that communality and those stories by stating the principles. interesting when you said. These you actually brought it up perfectly in my mind. When you said these stories, we tell ourselves can be unifying, and then that same story can become like a divisive type of tribalism right and it reminded me of this this book. call. It's book about the. Rwandan. Genocide by Philip Gourevich who also wrote a really powerful book on Abu Ghraib actually it's very, very You, know? Eric. Weinstein. Actually knows that guy believe he's married to a friend of their family and if at all possible I think it'd be a great guy for you to talk to certainly possible. Just incredibly, morally sensitive writer just a very, very interesting guy anyway, and so in this book about the Rwandan genocide, what's it called we wish to inform you that tomorrow will be killed with our families. I have that one I haven't done it yet. Man I I did Michetti season was kind of. All right. There's one there's one more maybe it's that one life life laid bare? Probably switching is by the same guy who wrote. Interviews the victims brutal. It's as brutal as you think. Yeah. and. So in this book, we wish to inform you that tomorrow we will be killed with our families Goes through when it's just harrowing book as You can imagine at the end of it. He relates this story. That took place. As the genocide was winding down I believe in this girl's school in Rwanda. Some of the entire homeway militias were still running around the rebels had come back and we're pushing back against him, but this was still ongoing. And a bunch of them came into this girl school. And we're trying to figure out who are the Tuzi. So we can kill them all. And they were telling him you know who to girls on one side tootsie girls to the others and on the other side and either girl he's a grade school girls. They refuse to separate themselves out from the Tuzi girls in so that they could know who they were, and one of the girls said that there are no who Tuzi here. There are only Rwandans here. And a lot of them died they all the killed, all of them rather than kill none of them and eventually somebody came broke it up, but a lot of them died. And if you think of that like Whoa okay That's something that in a lot of context were told is a dirty word that's nationalism right I mean that's what it is. Nationalism in the United States is what got Irish people and Italian people in German people to say Oh Germany's attacking people in Europe. We gotta get together and go over there and stop them right. Very unifying thing. That same force is what got Germany to start the fight in the first place. And so identity is a very interesting thing because you go up above the blood level. And everything after the blood level is a story. That's what it is right and you need a story to keep it together. You look at a place like United States we need a story more than anybody.
Talking Arab-Israeli Peace with Acting Consul General Israel Nitzan
"Israel needs on is a veteran. Israeli. Diplomat who has served in a diverse array of postings from Egypt to the UN to his current role as Israel's acting consul general in New York. There's been a lot of news out of Israel lately and Acting Consul General Nitzan joins us now to help us break it down and to share his country's view Israel. Thank you so much for joining us. Thank you very much. Now we wanted to have. You on this week in particular because Israel has brand new diplomatic ties with the UAE and bunkering and you are one of the relatively few Israeli diplomats who actually already has experience representing Israel in an Arab country what do you think actual practical on the ground peace with the in both rain might look like is it going to be similar to the Israel Egypt relationship that you know up close or is it going to be something totally different? Of. All I. think that it is different. This agreement is an important milestone region undermine stolen today in our Middle East. So we strategically and regionally, it strengthens our actually formalize ties within our relationship with very important regional glares in the Arab. Gulf. Sunni Arab countries who first of all perceived a threat posed by Iran we showed the perception of the threat posed by Iran and we agree also on the ways to address this threats basically I think that in the last few weeks I, think that both Israel and needs Sunni Arab neighbors in the Gulf called on the International. Community to continue in the maximum pressure on Iran. So this is at least from this angle. Secondly, you mentioned Egypt and I think that in many ways yes it is going to be a different kind of beast i. think it seems that is much warmer piece. I think that the key to peace in our region is encouraging more and more people to people engagement, and this is what we've seen in the last few weeks when people from the Gulf on social media, it seems clear that there are thrilled about the relationship very excited, actually encouraging and initiating a dialogue with Israelis This is great and I think that this is the key to any future of peace in our region especially with our neighbors that people people engagement is so key and it's so interesting. I mean Israel has had peace with Jordan for. Twenty Five Years Twenty six years peace with Egypt for even longer there's a little bit of Sinai tourism but like it's not a thing for Israelis to you know drive to Amman for lunch right? Do you think Israelis are going to fly to Dubai? Abu Dhabi. Fly to Montana and kind of explore the Arab, Gulf. I think definitely, yes. Of course, we are in a different reality to covid nineteen but I think that the expectation is already an ongoing dialogue between Israelis and moralities over zoom Israeli universities, research centres startups have already reached out and initiated this very important dialogue with their colleagues into golf. They'll talking about basically using our innovative meaning both Israel and the UAE innovative spirit. You know the the needs of people and I think that this is also one thing that is clear that the idea here in this piece that we prioritize both Israel in the UAE, prioritize the needs. Of their people and this is the first step you know to promote the regional peace no. As we said, there is an ongoing dialogue between the peoples between Israeli civil society between startups between companies in Israel I. think that You you mentioned my experience in Egypt and I think that what? I know from my experience in Egypt, the pieces for our job I need must be nurtured, and in many ways, the key to everything is education especially educating the younger generation basically educating them to accept the other two except the different to accept Israel as a legitimate neighbor. In many ways, I, think that the secret to success of any peace in our region will be found in the media and the textbooks, and basically these two means educating people today first of all in the media forming an encouraging public opinion supportive of peace. And also the textbooks educating the leaders of tomorrow through schools, universities, and basically educating them about accepting the other accepting Israel as a neighbor as A. Member neighbor-. Neighborhood
Saudi Arabia Opens Airspace to Israeli Flights
"Saudi Arabia changes its airspace regulations to permit Israeli flights to and from the United Arab Emirates, the latest from the media lines. Lawrence Rifkin. Despite the generalized language, Israel is officially upbeat about Saudi Arabia is new policy, opening its air space to all countries sending flights to or from the United Arab Emirates. The policy change follows an overflight on Monday by an El Al jet, bringing officials to Abu Dhabi to discuss normalization, something Riyadh will hold off. Until there is peace between Israel and the Palestinians. Although stated policy covers only flights to or from the Emirates officials in Israel Sieff has an opening too much shorter flights to the Far East, which until now took most commercial aircraft around Saudi Arabia or north of Syria, Iraq and Iran. I'm
Israel and UAE in historic direct flight following peace deal
"Emblazoned with the words piece in Hebrew and Arabic. L always flight 9 71 toe. Abu Dhabi is carrying President Trump Smitty's piece team led by Jared Kushner and a senior Israeli delegation. You're never more than 15 minutes away from today's top stories on Arizona's new Station
Israel and UAE in historic direct flight following peace deal
"A delegation from America has arrived in Israel to firm up the peace deal between that country and the United Arab Emirates, First son in law Jared Kushner and National Security adviser Robert O'Brien. Among those appearing with Israel's Embattled Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu to celebrate and to take the first ever commercial flight between the two countries. Netanyahu marking that event, we will be on the first ever Israeli commercial flight to the Together with the high level Israeli delegation. The deal has sparked the ire of the Palestinians and includes a controversial possible sale of US made stealth fighter jets to Abu Dhabi.
In Israel, Kushner says 'stage is set' for Mideast progress
"Advisor Jared Kushner says there will be a lot more breakthroughs for peace between Israel and the Arab states. In the wake of the recent decision by the United Arab Emirates to normalize ties. Kushner was speaking on Sunday in Jerusalem alongside U. S National Security advisor Robert O'Brien. The two will take a high profile flight on Monday together with Israeli officials El al flight 971 On direct from Tel Aviv to Abu Dhabi will be the first commercial passenger run between the two cities. Exuding optimism of his own. Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu told Kushner and O'Brien that the flight will pave the way for other countries to normalize their ties
Israel lists first commercial passenger flight to UAE
"No Israel also breaking overnight. Israel is listed an El AL flight taking off Monday for Abu Dhabi that would be Israel's first commercial passenger flight to the United Arab Emirates. After the Countries agreed to a US brokered deal to normalize relations of the website of the Israel Airports Authority listed the flight on Friday, which the U. S officials earlier said will include officials led by President Trump Senior advisor and son in law Jared Kushner. Other U. S officials onboard will include national security adviser Robert O'Brien. Mideast envoy Bobby Berkowitz, an envoy for Iran, Brian Hook, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu earlier announced that his national security advisor will lead Israel's that delegation.
Bucks beaten badly in 122-110 loss to Magic in NBA playoffs
"For concern should there be with these bucks? Yeah, look, I think I think there's a level of concern more so because they're in a neutral setting. Then I would have if they had somehow dropped their first game at home because you know, you could say things happen. I mean, last year, Orlando won the first game in Toronto. Toronto goes on to win the championship, so When you're at home, you're going to make up for a lot of those things. A cz you extend the Siri's You get caught, You know, with a team coming in playing real loose, but in a neutral, setting him a little bit more concerned because They just didn't have any electricity today. And that's something that if you're my boot holes a little bit worried about because they got outplayed thoroughly on both ends. It was a combination of not just Abu ceviche at all. He did whatever he wanted to do. They got way too many easy, easy buckets, dunks, layoffs off very simple basic cuts in a half court offense with no rim protection, and I thought they're shot selection was awful. I thought that As they were trying to dig their way out of that hole in the fourth quarter. I just felt like there was a whole lot of quick early three's by guys that that's not their strength. So any way you slice it, give the magical the credit world they outplayed them from start to finish. And now the Bucks have to find a way to replicate that adrenaline. They play within their home building without playing there, And that's what they're facing. Tim our game tonight. Rockets and Thunder Game one that best of seven series. But for Houston, they're going to be without
"abu" Discussed on American Jihadi
"For three months. I watched Omar on twitter arguing with trolls trading jabs with Watson Burger holding a Q.. And A. With anyone who would listen. Most of my brain was taken up with the slow motion car crash of the end of my marriage. But every so often I check in on Omar On the story that once upon a time I had worked so hard to get and then one day after the separation from my wife was final. I decided that what I needed to do to get my life back on. on-track was to get the story back. Even if I only had to vegas idea what I meant by that so I sent a message to Omar. I told him about my separation. I told him to economy can hear you. My way of dealing with Omar had always been to open up to him and hope that it would make him be open with me but on that call call my dials. Were all cranked. Way Too high did so I'm like I'm still married but I think I'm getting divorced. Told Omar things things. I hadn't told a lot of my closest friends. It's fucked up. It's terrible I mean that's why I've been distracted. These guys like three months because it's just been like all I can think about. But Omar told me not to worry that I was a catch. Were plenty of fish in the sea. Six years I had my whole life. Adamy no okay. No kids I did ask. Some of the questions journalist was supposed to ask but on that call. I just didn't care about al-shabaab is relationship to al Qaeda. Data the fuck are you GonNa do man like I mean you've got this five million dollar bounty on your head. Omar thought about are you just gonNa live life as normal or do you think the end is in sight soon. I just wanted to know if he thought he was safe. You're saying you're not. You're not concerned or scared right now. For more than a year Omar's mother. Deborah had been calling me once a week or so at first to see if there was any news about Omar then sometimes times just to check in on me. She called me again a week after that. Call with Omar. She asked if I'd been on twitter if I knew what had happened. I got off the phone and open my laptop on Omar's twitter account. It was a photo who is a close up of his face he looked thin and tired he was grimacing thing beneath mad veered a stream of bright red blood ran down his neck soaking the top of his tee-shirt. The tweet there for anyone who wanted to see it read just been shot in neck by shebab assassin. American Jihad is produced by endeavour audio and two two productions it's hosted and executive produced by me Christoph puzzle of hidden door media our producers. Are Julia Potato and Zach Hirsch Without Impala v cut him ASSU and Ashley Click. Our senior producer is Brent Renault. Our editor is Keith. Romer are managing producer Samantha Alison. This episode was mixed by Hannah's Brown with sound design by Hans Brown on Anzac Hirsch Business Affairs. Shoshana Jacob of fact checking by lower bullard executive producers include. Adam Levine. Josh Gomersall Adam Harrison of to did you do productions Dave Eastern Endeavor Audio and Jonathan Hirsch of Neon home media.
"abu" Discussed on American Jihadi
"There's a story that Omar's father Shafique told me about Omar's a young man. Omar had just turned twenty. He and Shafii. You could been locked in a long-running argument about how dogmatic Omar had become about Islam. Since his conversion as a way to mend fences they agreed to travel together to Syria to visit relatives loves. It didn't work out the way we hoped. We were in a resort area on the Mediterranean with friends and families. There you and somehow he broke loose from us and he went to Internet cafe. He's just had to be Uh on the Internet Omar had become obsessed with fundamentalist Islamic forums online forums that the security services in Syria kept a close eye on so apparently drew through the attention of the secret. Police is true they stopped them and then they'll don't put him in jail. She feek managed to smooth things things over but he knew that Omar wasn't content to keep his head down. Omar talked openly about his plan to move on from Syria to Yemen. Despite the fact that there are the beginnings of a civil war there a new at the time it was wasn't glazed to be I mean there was chaos Yemen always in chaos. Omar said he wanted to go study study there but his dad hated the idea of how to stop him. So I took the passport and hid. Shafique lied Omar told him the secret police had taken it. It was defiant. He he was. Why what would I do WanNa doing that for Shafique? The story is about Omar's Americanise. She could threaten his son with the most frightening thing. He knew. off the Syrian secret police and Omar didn't care. He wants to challenge the secret police in Syria. Can you get any more provocative than this. It's the sense of superiority instilled in every American so carelessness and feeling like we. You can do whatever you want to me though the stories actually about Shafique about this desperate step he took when he realized how far his son was willing to go for what he believed in about. How powerless Shafique was change? Mars mind it was a feeling Omar wooden site and a lot of people. I'm Christoph Puzzle and this is America haughty episodes six Abu Am American when Omar called me while I was at the Christmas party the one where I was surrounded by former CIA and State Department officials officials. It turned out. He wanted to alert me to yet. One more turn things had taken in his feud with Al Shabaab. I got off the phone with him before he gave me any details and I didn't answer any any of his calls after that so I learned about what was happening the same way. The rest of the world did on twitter on its official account. al-shabaab tweeted out a statement about Omar. The Video Omar had posted the one where he called on the leaders of al Qaeda intervening al-shabaab. That was the last Straw. al-shabaab publicly disavowed Omar saying he didn't represent the group and that is complaints quote stemmed purely from a narcissistic pursuit of fame for the next three months. A bizarre and very public fight played laid out online and Omar's audience expanded way beyond me and started to include some very different folks people like former. FBI Agent Clint Watts. My was doing in social media tracking Mostly terrorists because I was Kinda just bored. Watts was living in Boston with his wife and young daughter and working as a consultant to keep one foot in the counter-terrorism world. He started a blog and it gave me away when I had to work a job that I didn't want to be working in a town that I didn't want to be in and so the blog was my outlet to like still be in my field and somewhat relevant in early January. What saw a new tweet? From Mars Account Abu am-american Shabaab make official announcement in front of 'em Ricky. Drop your weapon before fifteen days or be killed. It's on after after that Omar went nuts. It was mind boggling for me to watch the same Omar who had insisted on only communicating with me under encryption was now putting all of Al Shabaab dirty laundry up on twitter over the course of two days. He posted fifty three separate times. He compared the leaders to Nazis. Omar publicly accused Abdi Ghedini the leader of Al Shabaab of being responsible for a series of assassinations of fighters. WHO deposed him? Clint Watts could hardly believe it. Amami reveal the things that were critical. One that go. Donnie was having a coup and was bringing together all the power under him by creating a formal mole relationship with al Qaeda central and to that Donna was achieving his goal by eliminating anyone who might have served as an intermediary between him and Al Qaeda all the old al-Qaeda hands inside Somalia were being killed off. He'll edges by the emir of Shabaab. That is by Gadani a friend of Watts. What's another terrorism analyst named Jam? Burger was also following Omar. He says what was interesting. Wasn't just what Omar was saying but the response it got there were a bunch of people from al-shabaab we're getting on in tweeting. Things like you know the hyenas are going to be eating your bones. Your there's a Lotta Hyenas in there for some reason each time. A new account tweeted it. Omar Tacoma liar wire or trader or dead man. Burger could Adam to his list of potential. Al Shabaab members for Burger was a gold mine most of the activity jihad a sexy align had taken place place in these closed. Message Board forums where you had to have a password to get in and somebody had devout for you before he could get a password. This was a huge game changer. Just really put but these guys out in front of Analysts in a way that was you know the Golden Age of what we call open source intelligence you know we were just able to create incredible trails to document their activity and this included Omar was boom boom boom boom boom so key in on those conversations and watch everything that was being said. Nobody had ever seen anything like this before. We're seeing this civil war in al-shabaab that was suddenly playing out in real time on our screens for Watson Burger it. It wasn't just that they got to learn the inside scoop on terrorist organization. It was that it was Al Shabaab former poster boy. Who's the one telling people how bad things had gotten? We were happy to have that information nation. Be Out there because it highlighted the dangers of joining these organizations people don't want to join a terrorist group of the terrorist. Group is going to turn on him and kill him so I just wanted him to keep talking the highlight of the you know. They're not always what they seem that the you know you go and be part of something great and then they decide. They're sick of you and they're going to kill you now as a pretty. Hey good message. For Counterterrorism Omar appeared to thrive with a new attention. He was receiving on twitter. He finally had the platform for Ford's voice to be heard he had a vision of himself as being somebody who was special thin he really saw himself as someone. Who could? We play a really important role in in both al-shabaab specifically and in the jihadist movement generally and occasionally he would try and be like a profit Ryan he would post his Arabic thing hanging manifestos and he and I come on man like you're not really the next bin Laden was just calm down right. He sort of thought of himself is that he was aspiring to be more like Anwar Lackey. WHO's in American cleric? Who became the most miserable voice of al-Qaeda? Really one of their chief ideologues logs in the English language I think that's what he wanted for himself. He wanted to be an ideologue. He wanted to be an inspirational figure that suited his his narcissistic tendencies. It didn't take long for her to become aware that it wasn't just other jihadists. who were following him on twitter and he was more than happy to engage with them? Even even folks like Burger. We were all pretty hesitant about giving him a lot of oxygen. We didn't want him to you. Know become famous thanks to his interactions actions with us and so I kept trying to push him into more private conversations because I wanted to hear what he had say. I just didn't want to make a big show of it. Watts took a more direct. Direct approach. Intentionally baiting are on his blog. I remember I would set up my laptop and I feed my daughter Oatmeal and then I see he is. I like tweet in the morning and then and I would post and shoot it out because I knew I had his attention and he would ping right back usually within ten minutes always wanting to correct you about something that you had wrong which he didn't realize I would deliberately put things wrong in there so that he would respond back to me and then I would you know. Try to keep the dialogue going with that when other analysts questioned whether the twitter account don't really belong to Omar. Watts got to help improve that it did people like you're an idiot. That's not him and so I've deliberately wrote a blog post. I was like maybe we don't need to listen any of this because it could just be some kid like in his basement or something to that effect. I was like so this is a waste of time. I knew that would drive crazy and so that was the next day. He said Something like Clint Watts. No one's providing you the information and then he posted the picture and it's January eleven twenty thirteen in the photo. Omar stood next to three. Other foreign fighters here's squinting at the Sun Holding Handwritten sign with today's date. And then that's when everybody's like no shit. That is Omar Hamami right lake. He was validating as identity in some reason was so important. Fortnum to say like this is me this is me. Romar was very focused on trying to protect his operational security but he it wasn't really that good at it so he dropped a lot of breadcrumbs. Sometimes Watson Burger would even work together to trick Omar and to give him clues we would send him links to click on the only I click on them and we'd get his Ip address and we get a little bit of information there he would make what I thought were dumb stakes about location. You know at times he would be like. I'm on a car and we got to have ice today and I was like we just told everybody you're within a thirty minute ride of an ice machine. How many of those do you think there aren't so they're smaller right? He tweet tweet about there had been caught in a rainstorm and so we went to the maps and looked at Somalia. Because it's you know. His big chance of smalley. Were not necessarily raining slowly but surely we developed a pretty good map of of his activities. Omar's carelessness opened up to real risk in March of two thousand thirteen eighteen. Three months and Omar's tirade on twitter. The US government announced that it would offer five million dollars for any information leading to his capture. matchbooks and posters posters were distributed with Omar's picture and information and Somali about how to collect the reward around that time Omar posted a picture of his own on twitter twitter. It's a family portrait of Omar kneeling on a blanket. Next to one of his wives and one of his daughters both covered in full burqas so that only their eyes are showing behind them. The Somali Bush and a small dome tent covered in tarps. Omar smiles for the camera. That is an American family picnic picture like we go for picnic. Got The blanket out and we take a picture to watts. The picture was proof of the fault. Line that ran right down the middle of Omar's identity then like wow he to the end was trying to live in two worlds right. He was trying to live in this world where he was this kid in Alabama. And he's taking this picture as if he's at a picnic right and at the same point he's got the AK47 like he's you know the next bin Laden and he's out in the hinterlands of Somalia and just was remarkable to me like the point he navigated himself into right. He's on the hunt from all directions. Ray He really out.
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"And now. It's time for the upgrade of the week. Every week we go around and say that one tiny thing. That's making a big difference in our lives Abu. What's your upgrade? So my upgrade this week came about from some guilt around my subscriptions. I recently signed up for Disney plus because of course I had to watch mandatory baby yoga. And that's when I took stock of my other subscriptions that I was paying for and I realized I was paying like hundreds of dollars a year on just like stuff that I didn't even I mean I utilized it sometimes but I could live without it so I did a big detox. I went through all my subscriptions and was that really gets you are the annual ones right. You pay for once and you're like I don't have to worry about this. I have it for the whole year right and then it just keeps going and you forget about it. I cancelled a bunch of annual subscriptions. I went through and cancer bunch monthly subscriptions that I like I canceled spotify. I don't really listen to music. I've realized I just listened to like childish. Gambino nothing else right. I don't need to access to millions and millions of unlimited. It sounds like music on the Internet when I only listen to one artist cancelled spotify. I canceled my comic book membership. Because I don't have my pet anymore or I gave it gave it to family so I just cancelled a bunch of things that I don't use anymore and it's been great like I theoretically have more money every month now And we'll probably get. I used on other things but had more time. I mean if you're not you know reading the comic books anymore. Yeah a lot of the things. Were I wasn't doing already you weren't even. I think I have done this in the last two weeks right and if the answer was no just cancelled it and the nice thing is subscription. If I really miss it that much I'll just sign up for it again. You know there's no commitment like if I st- so my comic book subscription can never read a comic book a day if I really find myself missing it that much. Oh just signed backup and you'll probably get some sort of deal when you signed back. Oh Yeah Yeah. That evidently happened with audible. Yes you didn't hear from me Nick. What's your upgrade? My upgrade is using my spotify subscription which do not need because I also subscribe to apple music but every now and then I make a spotify players for life actor and that's justified the expense for paying for to streaming services up what I mean Melissa's Megan effacing cringing over here. uh-huh asked yeah. You could use my spotify account we could. We could get. It's it's occasionally nice to have okay. I HATE ADS ADS and I. I will pay a good amount of money to avoid ever having to listen to an APP and spotify is one of those An probably all switch back over soon. Because it's just way better than apple music anyway. spotify every now and then hands out Google home devices to its subscribers or to who people who have unsubscribe to get them back. And I don't want one in my home. I think these devices keep getting handed out for free so often it says something something about what the real point of those devices But I ordered one because I will find a friend who wants it and I will give them my free device mhm for he managed to log out all my personal info on it and they who are less concerned about privacy from Google can use this fund on Google is a free gift to give away. That's like it's kind of a cool gift is still classified as that like. Oh yeah give me a google home. Insist that's cool. I think they have this special running right now for founded out in the life hackers slack. I assume we've written up by the time. This is out. Probably students and premium subscribers to spotify can have and. I think that's a good thing to remember. If you're not paying for the product you are the product and sometimes both you're paying frankly. I am shocked. You don't want an Orwellian device in your home for big brother to listen on. My wife is not happy that I keep Syrian. And that's the safest one what makes you think.
"abu" Discussed on The Upgrade by Lifehacker
"I'm Melissa Kirsch editor-in-chief of Life Hacker and Alice is out sick today. So I'm joined by life hackers staff writer Nick. Douglas Haynick. I'm Melissa. Thank you for being being carrying Alice's absence so today we're talking about how to start a podcast. That's right we're talking about how you can create your very own downloadable audio show and make just crazy piles of money like we have here. That's how we painted the ramp exactly. It was bare walls bare floor. There was too much echo so we made a ton of money uh-huh and covered. It looks beautiful and listen to us now. Great Most did you know that according to the twenty nineteen infinite dial report over half the US population over twelve at listened to a podcast. That's about one hundred forty four million people. That's a lot of people. Yeah and according to that same same report there are ninety million monthly podcast listeners in the US but is staggering. Nick did you know that according to the twenty eighteen eighteen podcast revenue report. Which I'm sure you've at least glance through every morning? Read a read a chapter share. I mean I can't wait for the twenty nine thousand one so marketer I spent four hundred seventy nine million dollars to advertise on podcast in the US and are projected to spend over one billion dollars in two thousand twenty one a boy. That's like that's how much instagram sold for. A lot of squarespace advertising is doing quite well and a lot of between Russia's given the popularity of podcasts and how they are clearly your last best hope to retire before thirty five. Nick and I are talking today with Les Packers Very Own Video Producer and podcasting expert Booze Afar to help us. Learn the INS and outs of starting podcast ask yourself why do you some soul-searching because I think the important thing to remember is you have to be podcasting for a reason. It has to make sense in audio for a reason who is the host host of lower party a podcast about video game storytelling that he created hosts produces and edits Abu also recently produced a three part video series for life. Hacker occur called how to start a podcast in which he imparts all his secrets to starting at killer professional standing podcast for the series Abu interviewed such podcast heavyweights as a Roman on Mars of ninety nine. Percents invisible. Josh Clark of stuff. You should know and Michel Yousef of tell them I am Haynick. Es Most you have some podcasting experience ends of your own. Yes I am the CO founder of a fiction. podcast called roommate from Hell. We just started recording our second season. that's been a a lot of fun. I used to be a host on a chat show called. Let's get into it. Those just a sandbox where we messed around made jokes and I very occasionally nationally released an episode of my micro cast. What did you have for breakfast which I started for a life? Hacker Post Nice. What did you have breakfast? I had at a bowl of cheerios. The first of a new box of cheerios and a banana which I failed to a usually do feed little bits of love to my baby daughter. See that's how easy it is to make a podcast. That was a wonderful episode. So knowing what you know now about podcasting what would as you tell yourself when you're just starting out I would say go make things faster. Stop thinking hard about it makes something in secret for a while before you try getting anyone to listen. Hopefully we can help any aspiring podcasters. Listening right now to avoid some of your early podcasting challenges Bruce with today's conversation with Boo so welcome to the upgrade Abu. Thank you for having me. This is my i. We're thrilled to have you here. And just everyone knows. Abu Is very active behind the scenes of the upgrade. And I think it's safe to say that this podcast would not it right now is not for a boo working so hard to help us produce it so tell us about your podcasting back. When did you start podcasting? How did you get into it so breath podcasting for me goes way back? I knew you were GonNa ask me this question. I started thinking back to when I first listened to a podcast and I think it was when I was a teenager major before there was a podcast APP on anyone's phone. I used to listen to the indoor kids from Emily Gordon and Kumail Nangiani who are extremely famous now and back then they were just sort of sort of famous and used to listen to that podcast because it was about video gaming then a sort of dropped off podcasting for a while and then got back into it when ABC dropped in two thousand and eight and it became a little more streamlined. To listen to podcasting back in college I dabbled a little bit and starting my own. PODCAST I was a a political science minor and I thought I knew about politics so I started this podcast about politics that only lasted like six episodes and then over the years. Here's a through work and through friends and colleagues have continued to dabble in podcasting hosting recording writing and eventually a little over a year and a half ago me and a group of friends got together and we launched our podcast lower party and at this point That has grown into a network of three shows that we l. work on collectively so it's been a lot of fun so the first step for people who are thinking I love podcast just like you're dead. What is the first step to starting hurting a podcast? So the universal answer to this question when it came to all the experts that I talked to in my video series was ask yourself. Why do some soul searching because I think the important thing to remember is you have to be podcasting for a reason? It has to make sense in audio for a reason. Michigan USA from till the Miam- spoke to this particularly. Well I think first you have to ask yourself why this should be a podcast like do you just want to be a podcast. Her or war is the thing that you're trying to make something that doesn't exist and should exist and should it exist as a podcast because something can be A great instagram story or a great series of illustrations or a video interview or a documentary or an essay. And I think asking why sound is important and why the human voice is important and why this medium is important is is a big question. And if if you don't have answers to those questions that doesn't mean it should be a podcast. You should probably try to figure out answers to those questions. But it's worth taking the time to try to justify it now. Obviously she's speaking taking more to reported and scripted. Storytelling are very different kinds of podcasts. Out there but this is a universal question to that. I think everybody needs to ask Nick Nick. I'm sure you ask yourself this question too when you guys started your podcast. It's Y. Does this need to be a podcast. Wise this story that I feel like I need to tell and I think think that's soul-searching step is extremely important before you commit to anything yet When we were doing a fiction podcast is weird thing because I came at it from I'm wanting to do video and constantly saying okay? We're spending so much time just doing execution here that none of us are particularly skilled dat and it ends up looking cheap. And here's this medium. Where for relatively little money a lot of time you can look like the best version version and no matter how much money someone had to throw at it? They couldn't look much better. Sound much better than us. I wonder how many people get into podcasting via video in that way or realize I mean. Obviously it's a different medium but that you lose some of the challenges from trying to make videos when you go to make podcasting right. Yeah Yeah I mean I have a background. Akron video went to school for Broadcast Journalism. And I I'm self taught when it comes to a lot of video skills that I have and a lot of those skills have easily transferred over to new audio and audio editing and mixing because half a video is capturing high quality audio and I suspect a lot of people come from video but there are some challenges that are unique to audio that you don't consider when it comes to video for instance. Well I think the first challenge that I came across myself was the fact that there's nothing to see when I'm making video a lot of it is visual storytelling. I don't have to say or do everything because a lot of that is interpreted voted by what I'm capturing on screen what the characters are saying or doing a something as simple as like an eyebrow.
"abu" Discussed on Shift+F1
"Jeez Mercedes driver team aim hedged by Ferrari rich vote on Energie team tie for the season Saint Joe visa racing team and then cloudy with a chance of Inter's in third place this is again for Abu Dhabi for stopping for nobody. That's real good solid stroll in to the podium Then a theme here and blue horse racing number one in Abu Dhabi but overall who do a top. Dan Canton maybe top. Dan Countdown downtown here. We go fry the doughnuts coming home number ten on the season. A ninth place. No points for their Haas's number eight Defcon one number seven dragon ball. GT ICE number. Six Nando Landau love at number five jacked up racing number four jeeze Mercedes team. She's Mercedes driver team. Hedged Ferrari number three Saint Jove as erasing team number two who bore future part three close and then margin of fifty points. That's right rich. Volt the F. One energy team at tie for the season. Congratulations truly the story of the F.. One season we'll get into it in our in our postseason Rob Bush. Yeah congratulations ad. Is Their name associated with that team. Um Me see here. Whoever whoever him I am Sam whoever? That is Sam if you can get in contact if you can email. PODCASTS clipped video and just supply some sort of proof of shift F. One podcast podcast at G.. melda Pozniak of the video. I'm so sorry free. And if you get an email shift F. One podcast g mail DOT COM and With like some sort of proof that the like that. It's you your dashboard or something. We'll do something we need to. We need to have this incredible achievement in fantasy sports given some sort of victory. Absolutely fantastic Should we take it to the emails daddy shirts do it Shift F won't Baucus Gmail.com of course If you want to be even cooler you can go cool. Slash e mails als. This first one drew. WanNa take the MUFFIN Connor. Sure I also should point out of the think sixteen hundred and eighty three entrance entrance. I came six hundred ninety ninth so that that's the fantasy league. Yeah that's the top half better grow. John did ooh out this. Connor says Hi Drew Danny and Rob I want to thank you guys for getting the NF one for the first time this season I jumped in for SPA and now I'm totally hooked looked to the point that I've been watching most practice sessions. That is you're in deep as we've now sent the twenty nine hundred season off into the Persian Gulf sunset. I was wondering if you guys guys have some favorite races from the last handful of seasons that new fans like myself can watch during the offseason to fill the void also on a side note for drew as a fellow Athenian from the class of twenty seven. I'm pretty sure your vacation of the last few years has made your made. You are most well known alum. So ex-governor Qassem. I've a little list of a few here from me to go through some of them when you guys are having to think I think we all agree three actually on what this year is would be right. Yeah Germany Yeah Hockenheim ring this year. How can I bring this year with with the slip and slide lied was particularly interesting race in a similar vein race? We often talk about which I believe is on F on. TV is the twenty eleven Canadian Grand Prix. It's another race with rain. Red Flags and Perhaps the most dramatic one of the most dramatic final APPs of a a of a of f one ever at was the twenty was a tooth has an ace presenting. Grand Prix was not the ear. Hamilton won his first I championship. I think it was nice. I think you're right with the master thing. Yes that whole race is is is is a real joy to watch A. That's a that's a an another good one and then trying to think about last year maybe the back who had two years in a row. Two thousand seventeen was the great race race. I think two thousand eighteen was the last year when the rebels had their contact. I think there was a bunch of good stuff that one as well but yeah I think it was the twenty seventeen gene Canadian. or as you're Johnny Grand Prix we had which was which was a real romper stumper. Yeah I think those those are great picks. I think I would only only throw in. I think it might be Brazil. Twenty sixteen where it was like verstappen putting on a masterclass rain. Yeah that's that's what it is. I'll I'll double check that and also put these in the show notes in case you're not writing these down. Yeah I don't I also don't know how many of them are on on TV archive..
"abu" Discussed on Shift+F1
"And they may have closed those roads. CHP CHP and CAL Trans. We called the like. We found their numbers for each district and we called them and they had no information for us at all. We just kind of had to sit and wait. So you're still in California because you're going up north right. Yeah Yes don California. Wow so how much the holiday spirit was your party. By the time you finally arrived. I tell you what after he got out first of all once we they were. We're digging out cars ahead of us one by one because once we got stuck it snowed a whole bunch and then people who hadn't put chains on couldn't get out and so cal Trans Hang. Hang out cars one at a time. That's why it took so long to get to us but once we were dug out Actually we didn't need it but the cars in front of us were dug out when we left. It felt like the end of the movie argo. When you're on the plane but still in Iranian airspace? You think you're going to get turned around or stopped or something I can we. Can we actually go. It was sort of Stockholm Syndrome. Fee Link Oh my God. He's finally we got going and we went to a diner Aw One of the best meals of my life. Best bathrooms in my life. That's absolutely insane. Yeah it was miserable but the problem it is or the cool thing is in five ten years. That's going to be one of the best Thanksgiving stories. You're going to have for your life like yeah you know and it wasn't. It was was really bad camping trip. Yeah it was. It was hard to sleep not only because it was like sleeping on an airplane but also because it super cold especially your feet. We'll get really cold but we were able to start the car every hour or so. Run it for ten minutes and warm a backup that did burn a lot of fuel though Thankfully we refilled filled before. We got there so I imagine they're probably other people who didn't have that luxury and didn't have we met one lady who went down South for a dentist. I appointment and then was stuck on her way back didn't have anything on her car. Oh my God loaded with Thanksgiving snacks so we were able to share with her. This is have you ever played the long dark. It's good because you're prepared then for have what befell your family. That's absolutely insane. What was the what was the? What was the worst part? What was the most difficult part of the whole thing the back when it was like eleven? PM and we. We realized we were going to stay there. Overnight right the the mental preparation for the awesome Houston suck. This is gonNA suck. Did you sleep well. Because presumably were turning on the car to get warmer at that stage. I mean we it during the night we did. Wow yeah so I don't really know it was Kinda like again when you're on an airplane. You think you kinda slept. You're not really sure. Yeah Jeez Yeah. We're glad to have you here. We lived Speaking of cars endanger. If you're new to this podcast welcome. It's the end of the season. If you're new to Formula One is self though we recommend listening to I are preseason primer episode at the beginning of this year and then at that point. No better time. There isn't it assumes no prior knowledge so if you heard about hey the end of the season maybe a bunch of news stories kicking up about Formula One twenty nineteen done. Maybe we should get into that and when we do we literally not retire this until we do the next. preseason exactly you never know when someone's someone's GonNa find the podcast and just click on the most recent one. This year's primer last twenty nineteen primer is episode fifty nine but we are honestly closer to the next primary than we are to that one so our and the February got the data. That's right yes also. The show was supported entirely by our audience over Patriot dot com slash shift F. One every month including the months that we will be in the off season we released at least one. Bonus podcast and bonus video exclusively exclusively for our patrons covers racing documentaries and films on video games primers rather racing series and a lot of weird stuff so if you want to support the show and get access to all of that it over the Patriots Dot com slash. Shift one. Click the link in the show notes. What's what's been going on over? There Danny are formative primer has been very popular. We've actually got a couple the emails about it today. So we'll touch on a little bit. We've been we nailed that by the way I really enjoy that. Yeah it was it was it was entertaining throughout but it ended up being like an hour and forty minutes. It's good word. Danny that's really feel. Danny I thought you were making a joke about not having an exhaust. Actually when you said Oh that's very good. Yeah we've we'll have phone game history up this month and of course we will have this month's Patriots podcast up. I think it's going to work Christmas Day. We're still trying to figure out exactly what this one will be at. We have for the ones who are going to do. During the off season. An and yeah we think since Twenty Twenty S in an election year the January patron only one. WE'RE GONNA put up for a vote so expect that one and in a couple of weeks to because we're a couple of weeks away from twenty twenty. Would you believe yes today. However we will be discussing the final race of twenty nineteen That which took place in Abu Dhabi Abu Dhabi do uh-huh practice wise not going ah metal spun and hit the walt turned nineteen a portent of things to come lost an engine Grosjean and botas collided in which Botas was issued a reprimand for that. But it also destroyed grow John's only new specification floor. which was the wrong? You're kidding cars it it really is. I'll I'll bet those guys cannot wait to get the season by the one of the most worrying things I saw in one of the I think they did. One of those is it always the last race of the season where they do the press conference where all the managers they did a fun one. This time around and I was thinking was Williams Amazon. Were both talking about how their car was kind of of like a steppingstone car. For next year he says well thinking. Oh God please if nothing else please give those four houseboys new some new engines a new wheels next year. Yeah speaking of new engines botas starting at the back of the grid for power unit. Changes got some qualifying notes. Here federal again an unforced spin at the final turn to start his hot lap very embarrassing. I heard somebody say boy. That's like formula four mistake or Romain Grosjean mistake. There's somebody who's a video recently to wind up with grow John's worst mistakes which really was a fun journey through through Through his most notable memories. Maybe yeah greatest hits yeah exactly also Russell in Q.. One out qualifies all five cubits twenty-one for twenty one on the year just like Alonzo End van Doren. Guess how many points got though. That's true Guess who is coming back to Williams also true. I saw some more not not confirmations exactly commits it's a saying that he's a he's targeting team for next year. Oh Cool Hashtag which watcher yeah last bit and I'm so glad to be back. No matter who was in that race was going to be. It was a lemon so like yeah it was it was cool to see him around. I wish you know I think he. He will have enjoyed doing this year than the alternative of never coming back. I you know what I mean. I'd like to. It'd be great to have his thoughts on it but I do feel like you'll probably still enjoyed being part of the of the spectacle of the circus yes. Speaking of drivers who were out token Berg gets into Q.. Three for his final qualifying session in Q.. Three Leclair gets backed up for his final run on and does not make it over the line. Wow echoes of Monza. But this time it's just him Lewis. Hamilton gets his first pole position in nine races. Yeah which I guess you know if nothing else does show you. How competitive this year has been even if it doesn't feel all that competitive especially when you go into the final Rayson everything's been wrapped up? But yeah there's there's been battles there's been a little bit of especially the latter half of the season you know and those those Ferraris sure could qualify. Well here's how this battle will shape up Lewis Hamilton on top followed by Max for stap in bow ties actually qualified second but he gets bumped bumped down of course for that engine penalty the Claire and third and fourth Alex Album and fifth behind him. We Got Land Norris Daniel Ricardo Carlos Sainz Nico Nickel Holcomb Berg and Sergio Perez in tenth place and we have ghastly stroll Caveat Magnusson and Grosjean and Fifteenth Antonio Edgy of Nazi Kimi Raikkonen George Russell Robert cubits and vowed parade protests. Starting from the back of the grid do How how much do you blame Ferrari for when Claire? Yeah I mean I listen to the radio so I don't know how how much they were on his arse but like they should be checking Delta's as for him while he's on his Hala so I don't know I think he's probably I think actually raise fan has an article that sort of breaks down the the play by play of what exactly happened and why he was there. But that's sort of ancillary to me. The team should have put him out earlier. You know and I don't I still don't understand why they cut these things so close is it because they don't want to be first and if you're not I then you you well. I wasn't going to say but if you're not first then you're at the mercy of where everybody else slots in Nah. Nah I is it. Is it a gap thing. I don't know I don't know how I'd yeah. I don't understand why they cut it so close because it is a sport. Let's seconds so she just give yourself a ten second gap there in Q.. Three by default though like that is the other thing is when you really do. The math of fear cars. Pardon is fewer cars. There are but just in terms of your out lap. You're flying lap your cool down into the pets for tires like it's such like Q.. Three is gotta be pretty stressful but yet does feel like Ferrari seem to you. Get these things wrong more than other teams a theme. That comes up in the race as well. I there have been rumblings of changing qualifying. which we've seen before in the Bernie years as frustrating as something like this happening happening is I think I like? I think I like it. Yes I think I want the danger of this to be there. Don't change qualifying is what I'm saying. Yeah Monza was a nightmare for all of the drivers and the most entertaining qualifying has ever been yes. It was hilarious of the top. Six here only vessel is starting on soft tyres instead of everybody else's starting on mediums uh-huh and that's all I've got for pre race anybody else before we take to the start. No all right Danny all right. Let's ash way. We go at the front fronts. Pack all fine reasonable seemed like everyone got a decent stars and the only a little bit of action. We usually get something on that first term without big dirty runoff area and the right Was Gosling who unfortunately locked off and then sort of unfortunately for him was right in front of land stroll who also locked up and went into the side of him goslings front wing badly damage stroll had some damage to wing but also just seemed to damage the underside out of the car. Or the right of the chassis or something and we had a lot of action in terms of overtakes hopping kind of from the latter half of sector actor to Or the the latter one into sector to K- Magpies Hamburg on what would be his final race of the of the season. And maybe ever huckabee would probably just happy to try and get around one lap of the circuit. Considering what happened last year. We ended up on his head at the Clare. Got Past for stopping into second on the on the I I D straight. Let's call it the main sort of back straight for the game and the then we had sort of update on Botas who was up in the sixties. Already by that say gee gobbled up a bunch of places early lops that'll then got passed verstappen and Denver stop and got him back. I didn't see the original overtake there. But I saw him getting back at the end of the straight and then we had. I think it was Narus got past signs but by this stage we're open to sector sector three so there was a lot of those already few laughs. There was a lot of an interesting back and forth and not the same type of back and forth. We see here where it's kind of like you overtaken the straight number one at your peril because of the Diarra straight number two being so close to it and I guess some of that that was because there was a problem with the US right there was yeah lap four we get a message. Drs Disabled due to a technical issue. Robbed robbed you. I saw you posted a news story about this. Do you have any my making that up. No no no. So the the thing that laid out basically is the data server for the circuit crashed and and apparently everything hinges off that server so like all the lights off like a lot of the time lowering I guess and also theoreste detection goes off that I don't know why it is timing and scoring seemed to work fine for like the broadcast. Our data avair never seemed to be interrupted But in terms of like what caused the Serva- crash Yeah I it just sounds like the server failed and then they had to spend twenty minutes bringing it back to life again textile one more than that I think they were playing a specially cool because Michael said something interesting he said. I don't want to think about if we turned to non hadn't worked. I couldn't tell you what was going to happen and that makes me wonder. was.
"abu" Discussed on The Autosport Podcast
"Through through maybe You know maybe it's always own fault but through his junior singles Ebay. He is going to have to prove the DOT was wrong. Whereas Policy George came in with those big title? GP Three hundred sixty back to back in the the much better than the Nicholas I don't think Nicholas Fail. Held onto by any of the criticism received because I think he'll take ownership of Ebay and be quite proud of the boys achieved or was as good as some of the doors. But I think He's a he's he's very much a man I think it's worth pointing out because is obviously there's A. There's a lot of. There's a lot of kids in these genes Anglesey Grayson Nicholas is always someone who seems to elevate himself a Gravitas that he has in the product when he when he walks around and when he speaks to people very he's very well respected and very highly so upset. I think he'll bring all as a package to to form in Washington You know I think initially the Probably won't be there and it may take him a little bit of time to get up to speed but I think he's shown he's got some of the characteristics needed needed for him to to catch up and reduce that Gupta Georgia over the course of the season. Well we'll be guaranteed always. He's going to be the best rookie of next season. Only because he's the only one but it will be interesting interesting to see how he gets on the page. I've attack see things one. You have to judge drive by what they do. Know how. They got plenty drivable money before and two with the Super License old style. The what what would normally batch does the pay drivers people with absolutely useless eve as you know there have been people go into formula two one. He's never even close to the kind of things he's achieved in formula too. I let's let's be fair. He may not be in the top bracket of stellar genie career. But he's these non idiot. Thanks very much Japanese and also to j box leg for your insight on by simplicity and the Abbey Grand Prix de checkouts dot com loads fool out.
"abu" Discussed on The Autosport Podcast
"Ways to look at this. But he was he was definitely chucked into After he very early back in two thousand Twelve Anne bounced around. I'm sure he's the only driver Tova Finish eleventh in in the Porsche. Carrera Cup Great Britain Championship ashore but Yeah he's he's bounced around a lot and opened down singles career for sure formula. Three point five let's it's a two after GP to And and really two thousand eighteen was supposed to be the ED Nicholas Latifi emerged onto onto the scene promptly and with the new after you especially equalize the field there was a lot of rockies. Point your remember Georgia so Alex Albany in London Rolpa Fat Rookie Crop London. Donna race in in two thousand seventeen. GP TO BE COMEDY. Carl L. knows him Having a lot of experience but Nicholas was really supposed to hit the ground running. Not Yeah it was really after eight four with Charles the second half of two thousand seventeen eighteen in GP to and and really taking the fight to him and only Roland in that second. Half of the year and Dutch armies never emerged He was ill in the in. The preseason testimony missed the first test and wants he came back he felt like he was chasing the new call completely completely different to his drive in style in in the Collagen fail anything like the dumbs driven in the previous year in GP and he you went we always on a rabbit. Warren of setup changes that took him in the complete wrong direction. All is happening while Alex album was scoring three consecutive polls From the second race of the season woods and really taken Pfizer to George Russell in London noise in early season so Nicholas really struggled with illness and then and then the missing time the loss free test so that was that was supposed to be his year and it didn't. It didn't go that way. It took till Hungary really for them to undo all the bouts of changes. They'd made an Nicholas. The safety If you've seen we've feature on all export dot com unfortunate is written by me but if you take the time to work through it You know explains that that season in great depth and it was hungry when they When they got together but it also it also shows a a great willingness to look inside himself and dictate to to realize is is made mistakes and he's very honest about in the future if you if you read the quote some Very honorable set of quotes. I would say you know these first presents out to take a long look in the mirror to actually actually realize that it was my fault. We know what was going on there so Twenty nineteen spend much better but still walking a pole position. That's the one thing that you know. Therefore funders of commendable will notice on receive. Eighty is not an orgy. PT Position which is obviously a big deal but East Windsor she took the fights. Nicholas the reason. I think I genuinely think he's been looking at times as we've seen a couple of incidents where he should have scored better results through no fault of his own Definitely Monica it was a big one way or the The flag was applied incorrectly and Nick degreasers leading the race at the time was not then. It didn't have to pay again in that race. Despite the fact that you I should have done further regulations because of the red flag allowed to change tires under the red flags at about SUV made is mandatory tired change later on in the race and they. They didn't have to do that and also also the the drivers further back. We're not giving back which they also should have been so from about eight thousands. I think it was the whole field was lockdown and Nicholas was one of those drivers and he. He fought very hard onto at that race. He was taken out by teammate. In the rebel rink So set camera. He also had a a very Controversial incident move with Guangzhou What's Monster? As well aware he was he came off the western and not bow as well so probably three or four races of the ruined is weak and just just the backbone if you went back into more detail you bill to to find out more. So he's not fighting for the championship this weekend. And trump was replica weekend. Daly by by Nick Debris I think Nicholas feel very hard by having seen Nick Theresa's performances in Abu. But W this weekend. They just can't monetize economic model officer if it had been a final weekend decided I think Nicholas. Let's if he would have had a good chance of winning championships this weekend but it's just not worked out for him. What we can expect is what we've learned from his union singles ECOWAS? He's very willing to take a long look himself to work on his own. Drive in to listen to advice ace to accept when he's not got it right and to go back on that all key traits. I think for you know we've seen drivers come in to form a woman not have those traits Be Very restrict about how they want the cost. That's up and not be willing to make changes and realize that they're the problem and that kind of drivers who you don't last long phone so I think judging by the fact that Williams allies let's be at the back of the field again. I I think he's acceptable choice for them to take you know. We don't know the INS and outs that L.. But we're all human that brings him some push it through his valley. Extensive family family businesses is. That's been involved with longtime opposition. McLaren were purchase law share on around Monaco. Time last year so You know he's very interested in Formula One and ease always in the potty Atlanta Pushing Nicholas to to today better and not in a in a porsche cartoon dot kind of way. But you know very supportive kind of always have a presence in the product and always co presents Tautou about Nicklaus's performance as well and you can see where am would look from. You know there's no there's no shame looking at yourself and say I've made a mistake this round all we've made a mistake over the last couple of months so yeah I think I think good job. Williams obviously with people like Nicole combat on the market. You Know Williams have made a big coal to go with Nicholas despite the father is single. Is You know not spotless. As some of the people learn a lot from Georgia I think you know Georgia's year to establish himself in full now has proven that. He's a very talented driver I think Nicholas will have a lot to learn. And The Times where he doesn't impress any makes mistakes and you may be isn't on Georgia's pace but I think he showed in his journey single career as we talked about the East cots ability to to really book look at data analyze workers engineers and you know definitely acknowledged you know. When he's made a mistake he'll it'll be the first one to try to? He does strike me as one of those droves. He's never really caught the all you with this kind of stellar underlying ability lights like you say that work ethics been important. I Know Williams have been quite impressed with his attitude the way he's asked today Robson. Basically principal engineer thinks his job title and he was signed the whenever Nicholas is on a Friday always kind of lets. The garage obeys. Go a good approach and I think he's going to be the second Dr George Russell next year I think I don't think he's quite in that class from what I've seen he does lit- lie. Someone who can just work through. Things will be quite useful additions to the team and he may not be someone who's jaw-dropping laptop so that kind of thing but I can say in putting together decent rights performances learning from mistakes as you as you said obviously it's a financially motivated decision. There's no doubt by the number I've heard is in the vicinity of maybe fifteen million euros For the year which is designed basically as well commit suicide was bring joy. Says there's no shame in that what's whatsoever so he's not kind of Norris Norris Russell Alban Types Helen but one of those interesting ones. Sometimes you see drivers like that. Do get progressively better the more complicated implicated the job become. Shall we say we've seen come through with the perfect junior single seater. Save a lot stuff over northern. It's not worked for them. It's not A it's not golden cave conforming. One for the next twenty years is part of a much bigger package and I've seen some comments on social media and and some actions it to the feature we wrote and and people you know say Nicholas Pedroia and he's boy is see he doesn't to be there and all that kind of stuff you know. I think I understand is Is Unique single. CBS and probably what you've come to expect from people committee chairman one but For me all the signs that he's got the ability to to improve even I don't think You know it's obviously difficult to to compare jounieh. Are you single. Say it creates how he's GonNa React. As you quite rightly said he's very good at working with engineers We've already talked about how he's good at work on himself and he understands astounds data and is a very intelligent driver and the one thing we didn't mention there really is is race craft as well which is Something old same good info. We want I think because he's very He's not he's not perfect in January squash. Don't get your own book for Someone Who's not schooled Paul Position and he scored six wins in the championship but not shows that he can come for the failed. I've seen him many times for the season. Qualify around sixth seventh eighth and work his way forward to score podiums. He's very very good in a race and I think the Dan the criticism I think I have of his is race Fisher. Toll was incident with. We've gone you Joe. I mentioned earlier. That was split-second decision that you had to make their and I think he should have failed to the runoff quicker. Could then he then he did. I think that that was all that was on jobs fall. In in my opinion you know the opportunity to get out of the way of that one I think and he left the call that almost in you know trying to hold his ground and and I think if you went back to change that but that was a split-second decision. He didn't know what the other driver was doing. And I think it's hard to criticize him for that but yeah for the for the rest of the season in the rice crop spin been ready to good and I think not you know that should help make up for some of the. NFL will qualify deficit. That you will have to Georgia so because as you earlier this year is shown Georgia Shannon Alonzo like solve approach to their share in Alonzo performance if you like from when he was a minority so Obviously is in is in the Mercedes next week. So there's there's no doubt with Georgia's in you know in in the in the Grens game and things at the moment Nicholas's Through through maybe You know maybe it's always own fault but through his junior singles Ebay. He is going to have to prove the DOT was wrong. Whereas Policy George came in with those big title?.
"abu" Discussed on Shift+F1
"Could be reduced in the short term. Furthermore it's difficult to power larger vehicles such as trucks and aircraft with electric powertrains. So it's still worth focusing on the icy it's fuels quote however what we cannot do is carry on digging those out of the Ground Continues Simmons. We're going to have to somehow synthesize them. And that's what we want forming the one to explore and hopefully to lead so completely synthetic combustion based fuel is the goal. Apparently have basically where would you. Where would you get these thanks? You doesn't matter like it's not the fuel like it's okay if we pulled oil from the ground and the emissions weren't the issue with the emissions. It's the burning running it like it's not that it's it's not that it's oil from ground that's bad and it has all these other chemicals in it. It is that the process of using an internal combustion engine region to burn a fuel creates a mission that like drives global warming and greenhouse gases and the rap on bio fuels. Is that it really like with a lot of things. A lot of it depends on where you're sourcing thing at from like for instance Like the history of synthetic fuels goes back basically to World War Two Germany right as the sort of cut off from oil and and they start developing synthetics to power increasingly power Their fleet of military vehicles and I think their first synthetic fuels came came from like potatoes. I WANNA say like there was a famine in late war Germany in part because so much of their food crops got diverted into like synthetics attics to a big part of the Irish Dasa as well because we were just doing too many open wheel races during that period of time. A great tragedy The Irish just felt that need for speed Well we got Eddie Irvine out of its on all worked out you know but the is so that was kind of a model that was encouraged as well for like what if we could create whatever you take Arable farmland and turn that into a source for fuel fuel as oil becomes more scarce in bracingly oil scarcity is not the issue that is not the concern. The concern is the emissions where you can get some savings is we are in an era of What I've heard some of the oil industry call like dirty oil? The idea of like fifty sixty years ago so you think a while and you got the beverly hillbillies gusher right and it was just like Oh shit like oil out of the ground. Danielle plain view right and now increasingly. You hear things like Tar Sands and such we're like really inefficient or hard to access sources of oil that do create a lot of energy Overhead and create a lot of environmental impact. Just to get the oil out. biofuel does solve for some of that but then it still has to hit an engine and still get burned and as I understand it and I was just reading a little bit about this as the topic. Ah came up. But it doesn't sound like biofuel really solves the emissions problem And me in a piece the guardian from two thousand seventeen Where you know? A survey of different biofuel sources. A lot of them were worse than oil. Oh Oh wow like and this is two thousand seventeen. Obviously they dea is that to me is going to continue improving. But I don't think that bio-fuel actually solves the problem we're facing of can be interesting too sick Formula One on that. Try to solve it. But I think you're right rob the point out that that doesn't seem like the precise problem that they are aiming to solve. No I mean think about like where have you seen the most aggressive bio-fuel live fuel advertising. Who's WHO's marketing idea? bio-fuel crisis PAT petrochemical companies right. Yeah it's people looking down the barrel of inevitable notable environmental regulation and trying to figure out how you can create the smokeless cigarette basically of the oil L. Industry So I don't know this is a pretty disappointing initiative. 'cause I like I understand that I understand there are some things that internal combustion engines are really good at the they're kind of ideal for I understand maybe you know. F One is not quite ready ready to go purely electric but this notion that biofuel is some sort of like out there we go solve that problem just doesn't and not to be online about it but my reaction to this is very much like this ain't it but like I think would be kidding ourselves if we didn't think that this entire initiative wasn't mostly about the optics rice the and and the word biofuel in and of itself is an entirely entirely like that's a marketing like word bio when you get right down to it so a lot of this stuff it doesn't hold up to that it doesn't hold up to scrutineer right like when you get right down to it in the same way as well if you talk about Tesla's and you're like yeah. It's wonderful electric cars getting powered it off the same grid that everything else is you know you try and hope maybe that these things are a means to an end or like a step towards a brighter future but yeah yeah you're totally right. It's it's it's kind of to me at least this whole part of us. I if if they were doing this you know this is what is going to be in ten years time and and they didn't have something that was bending. The knee somewhat to environmentalists that and they'd be called out on it. It's just side. I guess that the reality of this is what we need to fix. These problems are such massive institutional changes to the way in which we create energy the like even if one can't get ahead of that right what what are we going on like. What's the alternative? Solar cars get rid of the Abu Dhabi race. Then there's a missing the opportunity here though and this is what frustrates me. That feels like Formula One looked at the situation and they're like well. How can we partner with the Petro? Yesterday where where what I think could be an opportunity for Formula One and like this is sort of the stuff that George Russell was like pointing at right is that the opportunity is actually in reimagining. How complicated logistical chains that span? The Globe can be reimagined to have a low lower over lower overhead ahead of emissions to make it less energy and emissions intensive to do things like send bespoke parts and You know cars around the world and I don't know what that looks like I don't know if it means like Formula One gets super into advanced principles or something so that there's Pappas abilities ladies around the world and basically not shipping cars. You're you're shipping files I don't know like what that looks like but I think there's an opportunity there of okay. You can still have Formula One something like Formula One which is not just like the pinnacle of Motorsport also kind of the pinnacle of the globalized era. We've all been living in and the interconnected economies and manufacturing and resources. That have started to find this era. How do we keep? What is good about this Madera County? We've come to know while reducing thing instead stating environmental impact. I think Formula One could lead in some of that stuff because the thing that people are often frightened of giving up is like or has to give up in the wealthiest parts of the developed world are the really high end luxury. And there's has nothing more like luxurious or consumptive than than Formula One. But this notion that you can you could maybe reimagined the sport retain its identity and retain. What's cool and ridiculous about it but also make it less? Harmful is intriguing to me. What's far less intriguing? Is this idea of gesturing vaguely like an algae pool and being like someday our cars will run on that. I guess see. It's green. Yeah Yeah Yeah well said speaking of clearing the air very wealthy This on what he saves he saves. He saves the best till the end of the season. The this'll coming from Reuters this one. Just basically Ferrari a clearing the air in relation to that Haphazard Collisions always shall we say between Seattle and Charlotte Clare at team. Bus Before we talk. That's about it. Let's get the Dwyer opinion on it. We we missed you last week. Yeah I mean yeah what an awful race to I was literally getting on a plane like an hour after the race or I've after before you were quite in the pot guys thank you God. Can I just do the podcast while in the airport. Maybe it was. It was such a fun race and I mean look I think. Battle the battles sort of we've seen the tapes from previous races again. He he tried to give himself a little bit more space so he wasn't in such a disadvantageous position. Making that left at the end of destroys and obviously the Claire wasn't moving and so like I don't know it's like one of those times where somebody nobody hits. Maximum Max Acts Weird and then people tend to give Max a little bit more elbow room. You know what I mean or I've obviously Charlotte is not. It just didn't doing Josh is not interested in in in keeping where he was he had enough space. You could've stayed there. It's this it's similar to the Hamilton album thing. Where like Louis? There was a gap. There should Louis in an album closed at haphazardly but also was Louis going to make any kind of committed to laze. It was just what both of them were just kind of messy crashes. I think appleton was more at fault for the Albion one in a way obviously. He ended up getting penalties so just saw sought that way too but for the Ferrari one I think it was just it was unfortunate for both of them. I think if anyone was to blame it was vital bus also how to blame was he. He he didn't really crush into him. That bad and the resulting damage to both cars was probably more than you would normally see and that type of incident so yeah and and I guess maybe Ferrari just want to sweep it under the rug as quick as possible. I think for that reason nobody really comes. Editors when looking good the team don't Fateh look a bit Amateurish Church doing us and the Claire. It's as if he can you know say he was completely innocent. Either he held line. And sometimes when you hold your line people headed to you right. So that's kind of part of it and As for Ferrari themselves team have an auto said after the race at interlagos there would be a review with the drivers at the factory to go through what went on on how to prevent any recurrence this quote from the story since last Sunday Muttiah and the drivers have spoken every day as they would normally do anyway so there was no official summit nor videoconference. Afri- Ferrari spokeswoman said. They know that silly mistakes are still silly. Mistakes what happened. Today is shame for the team but not of said at the time So they're saying that the Arizona fully cleared and they're focusing on Abu Dhabi. I think a large part of this as well as the fact that ultimately it didn't really matter Ferrari are basically secure in the the second place in the constructors championships. Probably didn't help the squabble between the two drivers bus both of them lost all their points. So I think the best thing they can canoeist just look towards the the.
"abu" Discussed on Today in Focus
"When I look back on covering Islamic state's over the last five years my overriding memory is is one of darkness one of Football living in fear and the ruins of their towns and cities or or sitting with them personally Martin Chiel reports on the Middle East for the Guardian he followed the rise of Isis as they claimed huge swathes of land in Iraq and Syria for their so called Caliphate he also followed their retreat as a force back out of the air they had held and thousands of fighters were killed or captured the hunt for one man continued the leader of Isis Abu Bakar Al Baghdadi who had inspired an organization responsible for dozens of atrocities across the globe on Saturday that hunt ended Abu Bakar al-Baghdadi is dead Guardian I'm Rachel Humphries Today infocus how the United States up with Abu Bakar Al by daddy Martin. Can you tell us about what happened on Saturday how did events unfold a convoy of helicopters arrived near the town of Borussia in northeastern Syria at a tiny town are they arrived shortly after twelve forty five in the morning as they descended There was ferocious gunfire from a compound was a new newly built house built about eighteen months ago and the house erupted with gunfire we believe that troops descended from the helicopters they storm towards the House and as they did so children came running toward awesome that'd been freed from within this house and there were also people shooting from the windows you according to the US president and also according to people on the ground are we are told that to people within the house detonated suicide belts they were wearing they press forward They were aware that the house had a tunnel network according to US officials they knew where the entrance to the tunnels were they avoided the front door they moved to the side of the House and down to some some points out into a stone yard and they detonated explosives would allowed them access to a tunnel complex we understand that around this time the most wanted man in the World Abaco Baghdad descended through a manhole from the floor of the House himself wearing a suicide vest he was with three of his children he walked to the end of it Donald he crouched there it was a dead end he could go no further a US military robot approached him dog sparked in the distance Soldi code out for him to surrender there was no response for several minutes and then a deafening explosion and we believe that Becker daddy the head of the Islamic state a man who had been hunted for the last six years detonated himself and murdered his three children who he was using his human shields how it's US troops confirm that it was Baghdadi the US have been down this road before we bin Laden with a up almost cowie in Iraq and some other high profile targets set the hit and Syria and they did have with them technicians forensic technicians who were carrying DNA of Baghdadi wisdom the Kurds say that they were able to steal a pair of backer Baghdad is underway Eh a big what paradoxes Oh my God and according to Donald Trump a match was made within fifteen minutes of mcdaddy dying so there was a clear forensic match in the field I do believe that they have their man and that there were some means of visually identifying him afterwards the pitches people may have seen of Abu Bakar by Daddy show mom sat cross-legged wearing a military vest with a weapon by his side it's the he was hey nobody nobody was was a complex man he was born Ibrahim Awad Ibrahim battery in a town north of Baghdad in nineteen seventy one lower middle class childhood he did quite well at school he was trained Aw Islamically developed more culturally and socially conservative than he was and I think he started to show his stripes at university when he committed himself very sensitively to Islamic studies shortly after that it was a a path to radical jihad which was brought on by the US invasion of Iraq a US led operation against Iraq is underway explosions and anti-aircraft fire erupted over by he formed a jihadi group of his own in two thousand and three and four and he was caught by the US military in Volusia in Iraq in February two thousand four at the house friend and he was taken to a US prison camp in the south of the country could Boca which was named after one of the fighters from nine eleven in New York and they're Baghdadi was was put amongst many hundreds of others al-Qaeda suspects many of them were ideologically very committed to the eh Selefija headquarters and Baghdadi set out his stall is someone who would be a future leader how did the time he spent in Cattolica shape him Baghdad he's nine months in Camp Buka were among the most important of his life he was able to his jailers into thinking that he was a reasonable calm man who could betray in disputes in the camp he got a good look at his enemy he spent a lot of time with us. God's when he was released nine months later he took that as a victory they never did know the character of the man that they had so when he was released in two thousand and four the Americans just didn't see him at he had been active in the Sunni insurgency pry and they certainly didn't know what he would go onto become but he rose to prominence and in two thousand ten became runas to Islamic state which were Al Qaeda al Qaeda in Iraq had morphed into this group they had become one of two main protagonists in the tequila bitter and vicious civil war which saw the two main sects of Islam pitched against each other the the Sunnis and the Shias the the Iraqi Sunni.
"abu" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060
"Abu the broadcast center in spring garden ringing going to 43 overnight friday periods of rain mixed with snow very windy with a high of forty four degrees missed the full five day forecast is coming up in just a few minutes a delaware county man is facing multiple charges after police say liz reckless driving injured four nine us kyw news justin trudeau reports officials say last december twenty one year old dylan does stelio of upper hike chester was driving under the influence of a controlled substance on route 3 22 and battle township when he crashed his car into four nuns who were driving in the same direction leaving the women seriously injured police say when they got to the scene they founded this shovel this delio carrying a bag of cocaine they later found he had marijuana and cocaine in his system and was driving with a suspended license the stelios charged with multiple felonies that include aggravated assault by vehicle while driving under the influence justin trudeau kyw newsradio testimony continued thursday in the trial of a philadelphia man accused of murdering a transgender woman five years ago the remains of diamond williams were found scattered in a vacant strawberry mansion laden july of 2013 and as kyw christon joe hanson reports the defendants says the killing was in selfdefense forty four year old charles sergeants representing himself in court and asked the judge for a miss trial because he believed the jury could have been tainted after hearing a kyw news radio report about the case the judge denied his request and said she would continue instruct jurors not to listen read or watched the news several police officers took the stand one testified that while he was transporting sergeant to police headquarters sergeant told him he committed a homicide the defended them press tim trying to point out that no one else heard the comment to deter.
"abu" Discussed on Alice @97.3
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"abu" Discussed on POLITICO's Pulse Check
"Abu dhabi uh the people in abu dhabi built the hospital uh they pay our salaries and they pay us consoling in management fee that money is coming back to cleveland uh to be reinvested in the urban session we are using our intellectual capital overseas to benefit northeast ohio now if you look at the the health care of you look at the world what is the world want from united states they want our investments there wore our of entertainment they want our graduate education they don't liar steel and they want our healthcare ugh this is an opportunity in we're the probably one of the very few organisations in the world the hiv used that to invest our time and effort in intellectual capital uh and bring back returns to the united states i think it's a it's a very good use of our efforts and i think we've got opportunities to the lots more than one flipping that around a little that there has been so much focus at the highest levels of government about steel and mining and bringing back the manufacturing sector when the economic engine increasingly is healthcare and just little where the jobs are and what is growing what is being nests in washington about the reality of an economy like cleveland in pittsburgh and kind of the rest of the midwest while i think one of the things that you the eu of realize if you go rogue united states is that health care is probably the biggest employer in almost every city in the united states.