23 Burst results for "Abbass"
"abbass" Discussed on AmplifYou
"We gave them the option. You can either take all of your furniture with you or were donating. It and i am legitimately putting it on the sidewalk today. You move out. Like i'm not sure i'm not trying to kick you out. I just like i want to. I'm going to sit in. Hold here for a month and cry and moved out and it's ridiculous right. I do not have empty nest syndrome. I wanted to free up more bedrooms face for the kids at we're at home. And so we legitimately literally the day that they moved out anything. They didn't take with them. We had the donate pile the trash pile. And you're taking it with you out of our house file and also as time went on we we've rented homes for the last. I think fifteen years sixteen years. We've rented homes and the reason why is because we had such a big family. The house that we wanted to live in at the end of our journey was not the house we would've bought at the beginning of our journey. So we have downsized we've lived in four houses in the last eight years and every time we've downsized and so we got down to you. I know we do see a thousand square feet or in right now and i. There's a couple of things that happen because one day. Jane and i looked at each other. He said why are we moving into an rv. I think something happened in my process of downsizing and minimalism that like this. Was the pinnacle of minimalism. Right and it just became a goal. You start if you've ever bought car you bought a jeep right and all of a sudden you buy this cheap and you see that gbs everywhere. There are more gps and you just now. You're aware that there are jeeps out there. And the same thing happened with minimalism. With people who live fulltime in a schooling and rv. tiny house of van abbass whatever and we started following. This and i just felt like i wanted to downsize enough and having moved so much in my entire life. I've moved so many times in my life and just four times in the last eight years. I wanted to know that. If i had to move again i could take it with me so there was something about life personality where one living in an rv was. The pinnacle of our minimalism journey. I didn't want to go to less than that But i wanted to get there and the other part of that was feeling like i don't have roots anywhere and that's kind of part of just my fifty. Almost fifty one years of living is that. I think i've moved around so much. I don't feel like i have roots and having my home be something that's portable me. Feel like no matter what i did or where i went i would have roots. I would take that with the so. We bought thirty one foot class. Crv in january of twenty twenty one. I was going to renovate it was going to be my first renovation. Because i really love to do that and i'm pretty handy and i exposed so much water damage. It actually had to be remediated so we took. We took it professionals and that was a lot of money a lot of money. A half of.
"abbass" Discussed on Light Hearted
"It's a complete way of land. I know a woman. I knew the lake. Connie small who Was wrote a book. Called the lighthouse keepers wife spent almost thirty years with her husband lighthouses. Mostly in maine She said it was a calling. She said a light housekeeping wasn't a job but was a calling. I don't know if you Yes i do. I really do hires pose. It may not be right to say you become institutionalized into that way of thinking what certainly somebody described it to me gazza vocation so for me certainly was all of that because i'm still ashes and i do not ever ever like your good sense wants to retire. I completely understand. Yeah to feel the same way so You mentioned your twin brother You were you. And he were among Fifteen siblings fifteen siblings. All do you think living at remote lighthouses when you were young. Did that make it easier or harder for your mother to raise such a large family. Do think all that simplify things huge because when we were living in dog is he in the ernest lights. We moved around the cost. We might spend four five or six years as a nice house and you were transferred somewhere else. We went to the dog. I would have been about eight years of age so when we were up there doors few years it to ten my father was always on the lighthouse and we were living ashore raise on the outskirts of the town so at nice we were slipping off owes at joining up with gangs. Get doing all the wrong kind of things that pairs muslims are doing so i remember my father when he came a shore from the rock and he said that he was going to do something about it so he contacted an inspector and he explained the situation to him and the said rice with arranged a transfer so we were then sent to a case. Call minehead minehead. It's near dungarvan county waterford and it's thirty remorse in that. There is a big long at lane. Way not untarred a rough road and right to the nice bulls. Our parents were there to keep an eye on the family. Family was increasing and size all the time living oath on these places. It changed at a very impressionable time. It changed the way we think it holds us in again back into where we were toy operating. now do you think growing up at lighthouses. You did did you along the way to learn the skills of being lighthouse keeper when you were very young absolutely because no we were with our father when we were with our father. He taught us everything we need to know about painting about lime washing abbass pulling the flags up the flag must used to teach us signaling. He actually bought the flash lamps for us to practice or morris cold at night and he did a lot of stuff like that and we were with them all the time every step of the way we were living on a clifftop so we used to go fishing us to bring us down claiming very very steep cliff and he used to bring us down used to shows how to climate remember one of the things. It all don't ever show a stole neuron cliff are if there's anyone. Donna do not bitcoin stones into the water. Because you'll quite easily could start avalanche things like that. We were really being groomed far this all the time. And at the time did you feel that light. Housekeeping was a kind of a special way of life. A special vocation or was it more a matter of fact kind of thing. How what revealing about. That billable really was matter of fact in that. That's what we were doing That's what our parents did. For instance if a young net on a farm working with his father on fire he thinks that the farming is normal to a certain extent. It is saw. That's where we were. I remember when we were in school when the teacher wanted to write on the subject for instance one of the subjects was chichi most letter rising. He picked the lighthouse at foreign legis. Things like that is stay with you. So you know dash. It's not really the arm. What was The standing of lighthouse keepers in the community. Where they would they highly respected they were like keepers well-respected because as traveling broadens the mind a lot of the keepers came into the irish lights from see my own father no. He was at sea as a young traveled all around the world so they would have picked up a huge among all as stories to tell all through their lives so he is to pct in in with local people he could sit and talk to them for hours about stuff that they did not know anything about and he could explain it to them. And i'm kind of if you like. Bring them on a on a kind of a journey so things like that. We were been seen as kind of a people apart if you like. What were some of the things you and your siblings did for entertainment. When you're living the lighthouse getting back for to the delinquency part. I remember my mother said to me years laser. She said if we have stayed in the dog. She said she had no adult in her mind. But my cellphone. My twin would probably vote open the. Ira is necessary to get us out. Then when we were at living at minehead there was a principal keeper since to my nabbed and he was a single ban is shooting a add a pint to a rifle and also had a shot lung and we used to spend our time inside the house with him so we used to bring us off shooting climbing.
"abbass" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio
"Inhumane conditions. We would hurt the no. So i always the people you know. Our buddies was the battlefield. Because i'm ricans heroism us us us and ann arbor is also. We were torched hunger-strike by truck to resist. And i wrote about benghazi a slow journey today or death that's mansour a day fee. We'll also talk about his new memoir. Don't forget us here. Lost and found at guantanamo. And how our help ten and others survived the prison. Connect us to the world outside. You can see the we've been see trees thinks we we missed most sky be stars. You know homes. These deserves on all that and more coming up. Welcome to democracy now democracy now dot org warren peace report. I mean we goodman and del rio texas and makeshift encampment. Where up to thirty thousand haitian asylum-seekers state or pass through is cleared by authorities. As the biden ministration continues to expedite. Its mass expulsion of migrants without due process at least five deportation. Flights took off sunday with thousands expelled in the past week alone. The international organization for migration says dozens of children with non. Haitian passports were among those deported homeland. Security secretary alexandra. My orcas said about twelve thousand. People were allowed to remain in the us to fight for asylum. Meanwhile an estimated eight thousand haitians were forced to cross the border back into mexico after facing violence and being deprived of food water and shelter in haiti's capital port-au-prince demonstrators condemned the inhumane treatment of asylum seekers in the united states. Jeff here not to ask for favors from the united states. We hear demanding that they respect that we as haitians is haitian migrants have rights. We're demanding what american laws on immigration be applied to haitians just as they apply to those from other countries. Meanwhile haitian prime minister. Reo only told world leaders at the un general assembly that migration will continue as long as massive global inequalities exist in germany the centre-left social democratic party is narrowly claim victory election that puts an end to the sixteen year era of angola miracles leadership. Miracles party the christian democrats won the second most votes with the green party. Coming in third. Social democrats will now after former ruling coalition. Which could take weeks. Possibly months the sdp's candidate for chancellor olaf scholtz who positioned himself as a leader in the vein of angela merkel during his vowed to tackle the climate crisis and modernize industry in the occupied west bank israeli forces. Sunday shot dead at least five palestinians including sixteen year old child during overnight raids in other news from palestine political and social leader. Khalida harar has been released from an israeli prison after two years behind bars. Her are is gerard is a leftist activist and former member of the now defunct palestinian legislative council meanwhile in new york palestinian president mahmoud abbas spoke at the un general assembly and said israel had one year to pull out from the occupied territories threatening to withdraw recognition of israel if it fails to do so a abbass also said israel's actions were driving towards a one state solution. Admiral eighty occupation thirties to entrench the reality of one apartheid state as it is happening today. Palestinian people and the entire world will not tolerate such a situation. Circumstances on the ground will inevitably impose equal and full political rights for all the land of historic palestine within one st. The pacific island nation of vanuatu is asking the international court of justice to weigh in on the rights of its people to be protected from the climate catastrophe prime minister bob hoffman addressed the un general assembly saturday limiting woman to near one point five degrees. Would it be beyond reach the issues increasingly alluding control of individual national government hundreds of thousands of youth climate activists took to the streets friday for the annual global climate strike protest took place across the globe demanding radical action from world leaders to fight the climate catastrophe. This is marietta s Climate justice activists in mexico. Kenya thing that will happen in ten or fifteen years. Climate crisis is here. Mexico's one of the most affected countries in latin america. We have scarcity. We have droughts we flood. We have heat waves. We are dying of thirst. Said move you're dying. Because of the government is still financing the fossil fuel industry and california firefighters continue to battle multiple wildfires. Police arrested a woman suspected of arson in the fawn fire which erupted in shasta county last week and led to thousands of evacuations in the sierra nevada. Mountains the knp complex fire is still raging. Sequoia national park and his blazed through some forty five thousand acres it was just eight percent contained as of sunday in related news california utility company pacific electric which charged with manslaughter over last year. Zog fire which killed four people in somalia. Al-shabaab has claimed responsibility for suicide bomb attack. That killed at least eight people at a checkpoint near the presidential palace mogadishu. Saturday somalis have condemned the government for neglecting security in the country amidst a contested delayed election and ongoing political disputes. In canada the conference of catholic bishops. Apologize for the century. Long abuse of indigenous children at government and church run schools. The move comes after the remains of hundreds of students were found over the summer at the former boarding schools but the apology full short. If a recommendation by candidates truth and reconciliation commission which called on pope francis to apologize directly for the church's role in canada's cultural genocide. In switzerland nearly two thirds of voters cast ballots in favor of same sex marriage in a referendum sunday. Switzerland is one of the last countries in western europe to approve same sex marriage. Meanwhile voters in the catholic european microstate of san marino have overwhelmingly voted to legalize abortion the referendum there once enacted into law pregnant people will be able to access abortions up to twelve weeks of pregnancy and in some cases after twelve weeks. San marino's a small enclaves surrounded by italy. Meanwhile back in the united states house passed the women's health protection act friday weeks after texas enacted a near total ban on abortion and as the supreme court is set to consider a challenge to roe v. Wade later this year. This is california congress member. Jackie speier we are not vessels for men to inject their sperm into and then walk away with no consequences. This is my body not yours. Many on the other side of the aisle wine about the freedom that they have lost. Having to wear masks and yet you want to take my freedom to control my.
"abbass" Discussed on Real Estate Disruptors
"Of thousands of dollars to have the opportunity now. Near-billionaire you do that stuff for free I would think the things that i was most impressed with. Were this we had him do to separate speeches speech. One was how to how to attain in business in step two was how to get back. And how he gives back That summer highs. It's exactly how he did it. But it's close This is one of the most humble. Dude i've ever met like. He was so frigging humble. Yeah i don't know if i've ever known anybody who knows themselves better than him. Yeah he is so incredibly self-aware he's someone who understands what he's got up. You understands what he's bad at and he has an incredible disciplined the focus on what he's good at and hire great people to do the things he's bad at. I thought that was incredible. He talked about being impatient. He was told four he was impatient. He's currently sixty one. He says i'm just as impatient. Today's was then his the fact that he was pissed off and impatient about the lines at the airport served him because he created the kiosk company. he has a real vision. He always was chasing something that wasn't it wasn't money in in one insincere talked about having a goal to be in fifty countries and have dinner at fifty different people's houses in those like you to go to fifty countries and be with have dinner with fifty with the family and each one of those countries which is a really cool goal right and it's understating the fact that i want to travel. I wanna see fifty different places. I want to actually have real intimate conversations with people. He talked about something. That i thought was just cool. Talked about finding your gold medal skill. And he said you don't usually tear on the olympics and see someone who wins a gold medal and swimming track and field and also discs. Like you do that. It's like that how it works. So it's usually michael phelps doesn't just he used the example he's like you know. Michael phelps doing really swam for thirty minutes and they did cross fit and he shot some hoops. He went and played some golf. He just went in the pool for eight hours and swam thing stretched like that was it. And that's high and michael phelps. I thought that was really really really really cool There there's so many other things he talked about that. Were cool but the other thing. That i'll kinda close with is. He wanted to make an impact and he talked about. How would he empowered others to make an impact. It changed so he would go out and do things and write checks. That's a big deal given back in a big way when you have. That kind of a bank account is awesome but what he learned is that when he empowered as people spend money that the company set aside four projects. They took ownership of it in a really chase to do. They wanted to make more bonus or put more money because they're universally aligned around a task which was awesome. they were having. He didn't really go the details of this but he ran a bunch of startup. Startup sir cash-strapped. Though i don't think he's been cash-strapped for decades but most start ups or cash-strapped so he said hey. I don't have any money to put into this project. But he hit empowered as people they said. That's okay were heavy abbass. We know that it's a bad quarter so we're not going to ask you for any money but what we're gonna do instead is we're going to go find places where we can do things for free and still make an impact now and i'll.
"abbass" Discussed on eBay for Business
"Some stuff but it'll be after labor day weekend that i start to listen to this but my goal no by the middle of september. You'll see twelve shirts minimum up on my listening so you can hold onto. that gra. our next question comes from ebay seller nicole who sent the following podcast at ebay dot com. Hello griff and company. My question is regarding keywords. Most of us know the basics like don't repeat words in the title. Maybe you can have a discussion with more advanced. Keyword strategies for example is wrong to use capitals. I know not the whole title but is it okay to use capitals just to highlight the brand name should you use punctuation commas the anchor sand at cetera. All that other stuff and i'm often curious about apostrophe says nicole. I was listening to puzzle called santa's within a pasta bs here. If i wrote it just like that someone type santa or santa's without the apostrophe than here would that listening show up or should i put all the variations in the title. Thanks again nicole. And i believe or user ideas south underscore florida underscored nicole. Thanks nicole we haven't had a good keywords question in quite a while we haven't so let's break this down in order to address all three of your sub questions starting with using all caps in ebay title using initial capital letters. The first letter of each word is capitalised is okay but all caps. Well emai- allows them and they don't change how your item is returned in ebay search. However what about google shopping. Water vowed google shopping in fact ebay listings with all caps in their titles. Even if it's just one word that are sent. In to the daily feed to google shopping by ebay are very likely to be flagged and gus omitted or pulled from google shopping. Ebay will send them of course but google shopping will probably block them. But i like so much about nicole. Question is it gives us an opportunity to talk a little bit about the google rules for shopping and these rules not ebay rules but sellers should know him. Yes we have best practice recommendations of course in some of them match google's at oriel and professional requirements for inclusion in google shopping but not all of them for example using all caps. Yeah so there's no rule at ebay that says don't use all caps but google shopping hates those so exactly how does a seller on ebay learn what is and isn't acceptable for shopping. According to google brian well. There are pages on google's merchant site that outline what is an is isn't acceptable when it comes to many facets of a submitted product including all the nearly one billion of fixed price listings ebay sense to google shopping every day. You can read about their editorial and professional requirements on their google merchant center. Help pages which you can visit at. Https colin ford slash ford slash support dot. Google dot com forward slash merchants. That's with an s. And if you didn't jot that down don't worry because guess where we put all of these links in the transcript for episode one fifty five. We'll also put the very specific link to the google page that deals with this particular topic as for extraneous punctuation. The above caution also holds true. Google shopping does not like it in an actually serves no purpose and it looks really unprofessional. Brother in it certainly doesn't help and search and it can actually hurt. And i still see people doing long bits of punctuation. So it's kind of like ascii art em- place characters that should be actual keyword and it just looks so amateurish and i know people say i think it looks pretty well. Are you on ebay to sell or you on ebay to make pretty pictures. Because sometimes you can't do both and when it comes to titles making pretty pictures out of your titles probably the worst thing you can do for getting sales and the advice for titles has always been remained. Since i started at eve. It's not changed. Keywords space keyword space keyword space keyword space no punctuation no hyphens no commas. Colons keyword space. That's how you do it and kinda start from the position of your buyer. What are the words that buyers gonna use to find that item right. And i can guarantee you. They're not going to be a to'real words like rare wonderful beautiful. The old chestnut favourite look with the to add signs. Yes no one searches on those words. It really is unprofessional. Ended is going to get. You kicked out of google shopping. Yes but i'm shocked griff. You don't search on l. amazon amazon exclamation point. Well it's been a while since. I've actually searched on that and i'm wondering if i go right now to ebay right and i just go into the search box. Let's see if people are still unfortunately using that term. There's currently fifteen thousand people that have look at sign at sign in their listings. How sad i mean. I actually think we should ban this but clenching embarrassing to see sellers on ebay actually using that. You can disagree with me. Please send all email to podcast. Ebay dot com. Probably not gonna say much about it after this and finally griff about apostrophes yeah. They are not considered extraneous bought in specific searches. They can be important. Yeah and Nicole i tested your own examples for santa's here both with and without apostrophes and santa's here with an apostrophe s. and the results are revealing the first to know about ebay search results is that for the lion share of return results a search on a single or plural noun will usually include both the plural am the singular in the results. So i searched using the phrase santa's here with no apostrophe and the results included listings for santa here and also santa's here no apostrophe when i searched on santa's here with the apostrophe s the return listings did not include any with santa's here plural without the apostrophe. I thought that was interesting. I've never tried his and this holds vice versa. By the way. So when i searched on santa's here without the apostrophe the return listings did not include any of them that were santa's apostrophe s. Here what are you gonna do with your title nicole. While if i was listening in item like this i would include both spellings both santa's here no apostrophe and santa's here with the apostrophe and you don't need to repeat word here as you mentioned but if you include both versions of santa's with and without the apostrophe you'll catch buyers who search on either santa's here with the apostrophe or sandra's here without the apostrophe and you're also gonna catch just people that are searching on santa's and santa's with the abbass fee and not even the word maybe not even the word. Here's yeah us both. Some good advice and good research their graph and if you're unsure which keywords to use you're listening in situations where there may be more than one way to spell a keyword try with drifted search using boat and compare the results test and learn testing learn we should print podcast t shirts data on them toasting laramie our logo test and learn. Those were the results by the way of my search test for your terms nicole. Now if anyone does a different search Tried to repeat the same results and they discovered it actually worked differently for another keyword example. Please let us know. Send it to podcast at ebay dot com. This could result. In a we could have a serial discussion about this for the next few episodes. I wanna thank again nicole for that question. We'll be sending you in. All the other previous to sell is a beautiful rare. Wonderful podcast mug that you can look at sign sign at every morning and if you have a question you'd like address on an upcoming episode when i call us at eight eight eight seven two three four six three zero. That's eight eight eight seven two three four six zero leave a question or comment and hey we might just put it on the air and you might just get a mug. And if you're not a call on the phone person you can always email us at podcast at ebay dot com that's podcast at ebay dot com and never forget. Include your shipping address. Just in case we do use it so we don't have to contact you. We can send you by surprise now. Guess what time it is. It's time for your daily podcast to do list. Check the announcement board for up-to-date seller news test and learn for example keywords. That you should put in your title or you could test at thermo printing you just bought and learn how delightfully easy and productive. There i was gonna say something. I just decided not to check out the transcript for this and all episodes for follow up on what you've heard and to see the links we referenced during the episode and you can find any episode transcripts that www dot ebay dot com slash. Podcast just click on any of the episodes and then select the transcript. Tab links mentioned in that episode will be at the top of the transcript and you can actually read the entire transcript than episode underneath that just exceed more. We'd like to again. Thank our guests this week ebay seller lindvall up the queen of aachen and from ebay. Sandy matters ebay for business. Podcast is produced and distributed by lipson. Podcast one one..
"abbass" Discussed on Tribe Talk Connection
"Land for peace. There was no question about that. Bill clinton acknowledged that dennis ross acknowledged that objective observers said by rock. Put a very generous offer. Maybe not generous enough but he put a very generous offer on the table. And what israel got was four years of intifada and then the left had nothing to say and all the right at the stables. We told you we told you. Madrid was event idea which rolled you. Oslo was a bad idea. We told you that all of these things were a bad idea and listen to us and how many more dead people that are going to have to be on both sides of this before you understand that. You can't make peace with yasser arafat. You can't make peace with the palestinian authority. The arabs have not yet agreed to our being. Here it's try. It's time to stop deluding ourselves. And to that the israeli left really had nothing to say and the israeli left to this very day really has nothing to say in response to that. And that's why there's really no israeli left left anymore and if we were to have elections right now in the summer of two thousand twenty polls show that. It's very possible that the labor party. Israel's founding party they've had been brilliant golden mayor most of its hut. Robbing all those people. The party that ruled israel with an iron fist for twenty nine years until menachem begin one and seventy seven. The labor party might not actually make it into the knesset at all. Israel has a right. Israel has a bit of a center in terms of political. Power is doesn't even have a left anymore. And they're israel the reason is will doesn't have a left is because the left was killed in the intifada and people like to say in the world. Israel's moving right words well. There was a way in which that's actually true. Israel's right-wing parties do get a much bigger percentage of the poll of the electric and they used to but the question is why one of the reasons is beside the left was killed and the other reason of course is that young israeli. Voters came of age during that intifada. If they were four five six eight they went to bed hearing sirens. They walk up in the morning watching their parents. A weeping over the morning news. They watched over four long years. How kids in elementary schools were trained. What to do. If there's a terrorist attack. They grew up terrified of and often hitting the people who would do that to them and now they vote and it's really not about surprising that they vote the way that they do. Yasser arafat dies in two thousand and four in france. He is succeeded. By mahmoud abbas who takes over the leadership of the palestinian authority abbass is still the head of the palestinian authority. Today he was elected in two thousand and five for a four year term so we should have had a run for reelection in two thousand and nine. he's never called election since two thousand and five so we essentially in the fifteenth year of a four year term. And i say that not to be funny but the point often israeli. Say also by the way the hope for democracy. I mean who are we. Kidding design is congress's in eighteen. Ninety seven ninety eight were democratic. The issue was democratic. Israel has been democratic since nineteen forty eight. They've had an opportunity to build a real democratic apparatus ever since nineteen ninety-three and it's never happening. When are we gonna stop deluding ourselves. Say the right. They are going to be ruled by whatever. Strongman can get power. And what if we make a deal with a certain strongman but then that's tremendous forced out in a different strongman comes in. Where are we. Then we've given up the land. But what if we don't have the peace. So it's not at all unimportant that mahmoud abbas has never again called an election after two thousand five also not unimportant that he has a phd from russian university and the title of his dissertation. Was the other side. The secret relationship between nazism and zionism in which he called the myth of the six million murder jews. A fantastic. li- see you have at the helm of the palestinian authority. A man who got whatever sort of phd got by reading a dissertation about how the six million is ally. He's still talks to this very day. About how there was no second temple. There was no i temple says. That's all made up. The archaeological evidence isn't real. Now why would somebody with a phd. Say something that so obviously false because he has a very important message to his followers if jews then have the first and second temple than zionists were doing was not coming home it was colonialist in some ways it was capturing terror in territory that wasn't theirs and one of us is saying is look. The crusaders came and went. The ottomans came and went. British came in when the jews are here now but there are going to go to. That's the signal that he's giving when he says there was no i temple. There's no second temple l. Almer will eventually become prime minister in israel and in two thousand and eight he will make another offer to up us a peace offer and it gives them a map and he makes an offer and abbass does not even bother responding to the offer. A bus admits years later that he just never bothered responding to the offer for reasons that one can only imagine the major obvious reason is anwar sadat anytime a palestinian leader thinks about making peace with israel. They remember what happened to were sadat who making peace with israel. When he was the head of egypt became the most reviled arab leader in the world and was assassinated by his own people. Mahmoud abbas tragically understands that were he ever to make a deal with israel he would be killed by the right wing fanatic flanks inside the palestinian world and that is just a tragic heartbreaking reality which israel is up against our. You'll sharon will go back. A second in two thousand five will pull out of gaza unilaterally. This is an indication of a different approach. Not we're gonna pull out of land where we can make an agreement with the palestinians but charlotte is just ridiculous. We can't defend all of those israeli citizens who were still living in the gaza strip. We're gonna pull out and we're going to leave it to them to live their own lives But then of course hamas gets elected and hamas begins to build a huge arsenal of rockets which then fires israel so the palestinians in gaza who could have built a democratic regime or could have appointed a regime. That would have negotiated with israel instead essentially elected hamas which has been at war with israel ever since wants to ask well if israel pulled out of gaza. Why does this still have a blockade of gaza for a very simple reason because they fire hundreds and sometimes thousands of rockets at israel and the us the cement that goes into gaza to built hospitals and schools. They lose that cement for digging tunnels inside. Israel and israel understands again tragically that if the blockade on gaza were to be lifted. They would bring in more sophisticated weaponry they would bring in more sophisticated explosives. They will do all sorts of things that now they can't do that. Would endanger israelis the wars that bring us it actually brings us back to nineteen twenty-three. It brings us right back to jump. Kinski said a long time before there was even a jewish state.
"abbass" Discussed on Inside Europe
"Blanco and brother diego labeling the latest batch of korean red wine. Your your dylan's yego. They're on a high because recently renowned german wine magazine vine marked rated day crianza as the second best reoccur from elite list of twenty. Ryoko wines the run. Bodega called blanco. Breath the sp laga has been owned by the family for generations but it stormies looming one in which christina will have to take sides here in chicago in the heart of alva- wine production. Somebody goes to remove the name ryoko even though they say historically it was i used to refer to their wine through the network called the association of wineries of reoccur alavesa. They petitioned the european union to create a new denomination called veneer. Does oliver or in busk on tobacco. Maha stock for christina. It's difficult choice. Abbass pride one side her commercial acumen on the other dog all spit on the buzzer. We're waiting to see what happens. What we don't want is to lose the name of the ohio. We feel that this name belongs to us as much as it does to the regulatory body for us real high is an umbrella name that helps us sell our wine and the olive are. Y name is still unknown even at national level and so we have to take it a step at a time and see if the eu even gives us the right to have a new denomination. And i think we then need to see changes within the regulatory body so that this relationship doesn't break because at the moment the regulators came more about the commercial side of things than they do about us. The wine producers wine expert pancho campo is to ceo of trend marketing and events and founder of the wine academy of spain. He believes to pursue to for new denomination may satisfy produces but little thought has gone into communicating their reasons. With the general public the richness of wine is that there's a variety of origins and the wind that you can find in orissa and only be found in that part of the planet. You can replicate that soil that climate. However there's a line that the wine industry has not managed to overcome is. How do we communicate that. Consumer that there's different origins and that origin it's related to quality and to identity without confusing. The consumer room seems might be shooting themselves in the foot marketing and commercialization by going for that one would be very difficult to pronounce and completely unknown that desire to be different and to promote your region. Your nationality has a lot of advantages but also has tremendous advantages. You want to promote real allies and you want to promote that. You are from the bus country. It is well known. Most people in the in the trade at the consumer doesn't know that while.
"abbass" Discussed on The Jim Ross Report
"Be safe and always look for your baby before you lock. Paid for by nitsa talked to him a little bit about what the guarantees were. You know there weren't any in a word as far as i know but feels like these days. of course. the hot buzzword is what's been downside guarantee and guaranteed contracts but back then what you're guaranteed is. Hey we're gonna book on a bunch of shows and gauguin over but as far as the actual Creative and certainly the financial piece. That's based on. You know what we see in what happens and how we're drawing etc etc or when a guy like magnum has a little bit of footage under his mel to see come in with a bit of more firm guarantee magna may have had like some of the guys Were beginning to have at that era. A weekly guarantee But if you didn't have that kind of deal you're underneath person or aren probably you're working for what they pay and generally Now this they're all going to be exceptions. You can ask him about this on the spot. Cast i recall certain parts of the mid south journey that i was on where the underneath talents got a minimum of forty bucks a day and the guys the next level got sixty. Well if you shared a car they've heels. Did not ride together if you shared a car. The guys in the car with you your vehicle hayes. You two cents a mile for transportation expense if you want anybody ride with you. Go by yourself enforcer out of the people which you can make six cents a mile three other guys in there and and then just do all the math and abbass gas and stuff like that. So what good money you went there to learn and hopefully get becca break. Creator breaks create a skill. Set that is marketable. They don't cowboy philosophies and his teachings and a lotta guys did that. I mean the store to store gaza. Can't they miss out. Including our so. Like i said but he's right on is it was brutal and that's that was always. The biggest complaint. I heard was travel travel. You know so those trips are unconscionable really i mean i i remember getting booked and doing a referee gigging and green and mississippi. Like maybe greenville greenwood somewhere driving to oklahoma to oklahoma city on friday night all night drive to go. Make my forty bucks. Yeah so other. Say what so repaid their news till back in a little bit with the paid in full. Rob sat all talk to me a little bit about bills opinion of magnum when he sees him did bill. Think magnum was tv. Ready you sorta a minute ago that you felt like he needed a little bit of work with the inbetween stuff the finer points transitions and whatnot. Did bill think for the most part. Hey this kid's tv ready well. His local tv ready. Yeah look was tv. Ready the consensus was he's just simply needed a little bit more time to get his game you. We're going out there doing a lot of television. We're not stopping redoing. Thanks we're not doing too takes Speaker san with your swing or sink or swim with what you're doing and So you gotta be pretty proficient at least know what not to do. And that was for bill helped. I think a magnum alah was just. Don't go here don't do this. Don't do that take that out of your game for now and then the time to try it. It's the live that's not on television. I stand by that real to this very day. You don't try something new on tv right so logical but anyhow always thought magnum have the look. And that's that's the one thing drew in there. We you know what kind of human being was. We didn't know if you have the aptitude you couldn't find out. He's been a fan. All his life is influenced by the genre and so the john has a special place in his heart and he stays motivated to excel within that chosen genre and so cowboy. We all need to learn that real quick that we got a fan on our hands. He's gonna have this time. He's a student of the game and cowboy that aspect of anybody. That would but a little time extra time in doodle learning the arts of their craft. Well very quickly. We're going to see him. Get the old fashioned. Push the almighty push magnum wednesday north american heavyweight title from mr wrestling number two on may thirteenth nineteen eighty-four which is really magnum's first major title. Do you remember this event. Oh yeah that was a big big program. We had magnum in calvo. Came to me one time and he says we got a lafayette magnum in And to wrestling together and as a team or an give them around with the midnight express for your title ron or something and they said Then we're gonna break them up. I'm gonna make magna. He'll i said i think that's backwards. So what do you mean us. Well first ball wrestling too. Great respect for he was he was a lot like j. tons except he was read most of the time. I say you don't want to sign autographs pitcher vans. He's not a baby face. Bill you don't want to be a better tasting is fifty some years old. So you think magnus magnusson guy so cowboy book this angle that midnight versus.
"abbass" Discussed on Israel Daily News Podcast
"Most bedouins have been absorbed as israeli citizens but not all many serve in the army. Though they are not required to abbass says fifty three billion shekels or sixteen point three billion dollars worth of the budget and governmental plan will be allocated to improving segments of arab society according to him bennett and low peed pledge more than thirty billion shekels or nine billion. Us dollars over the course of the next five years to go toward economic development and three point five million or seven hundred seventy thousand us dollars worth of funds allocated toward fighting violence and organized crime within arab society. Since today's show is going to be a full blown explainer gonna take out a moment to tell you a personal story. When i first moved to israel in two thousand eighteen. I was working with a realtor. Andrew roommate. We were looking for a two bedroom apartment. Our realtor offered us a beautiful apartment in a modern complex in the city of jaffa. Also known as you off. Oh in hebrew. This is historically arab port city. It is south of tel-aviv. today it is considered tel-aviv. fo- it's connected but the chew areas are separated by a few miles today. It is mixed and has some jews living there at the entrance to the city. Now the realtor told myself and my roommate that the police would be stellar. Awesome for us to live in but that our neighbors were a part of would be a part of an arab crime family and he told us that we would have to show that we were tough. Jewish american girls. Well i said no. Thank you and continued looking. I am going to be exactly who. I am somewhere a little bit more relaxed. I tell you that story just to show you the way that arab crime families are blended into the fabric of israeli society. Sometimes things happen. A cargo is on fire mysteriously and everyone pretty much knows that it is the koran that is the mafia as you might know it if you're an american twenty million shekels or six million..
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"abbass" Discussed on The Friends of Israel Today
"To the friends of israel today. I'm steve cohen over with me as our host and teacher chris tolkha. I'm excited for you. Our listeners because a few weeks ago we had joel rosenberg for a special event online. Yes so last month we had joel rosenberg on steve. Her ziege Interviewed him actually and he had some great insights as to. What's going on in israel politically the transition. That's happened here. In the united states the biden administration. How are they relating with israel and then also looking into bible prophecy in even what. It's like being a believer in israel. So we're going to have a great time of listening to joel. Talk about some of these issues. And i think it's going to be very enlightening in the news. Palestinian president mahmoud abbas cancelled elections late last month for the palestinian people abbass was elected in two thousand six to serve a four year term. Sixteen years later he still holds power. The palestinian people lost faith. In their eighty-five long ago all polling data suggests his Party will lose power to the terrorist organization. Hamas yesterday. This is my take on this. This is one of the many reasons. If you've been wondering why hamas all of a sudden started launching rockets into israel. There's a lot of reasons why but one of the major ones is. A boss used a decades. Old property dispute between a jewish family in an arab family in an area of jerusalem called shake jara as a diversion tactic to draw attention away from cancelled elections. Meanwhile hamas is flexing their muscles to show the palestinian people they mean business when they launched rockets into israel. There are other reasons as well as to the biden administration and their funding of the palestinian people. Now and also giving to the unrwa. There's a lot of events taking place. But i want you to be praying for the peace of jerusalem. Pray for the people of israel as dealing.
"abbass" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio
"Folks. Y'all know what they're talking about. There should be no private prisons period. None period that's talking about private detention centers. They should not exist and we are working to close all of them. Three men who are accused of plotting to kidnap michigan's democratic governor gretchen. Whitmer are now facing a new charge of conspiracy to use a weapon of mass destruction federal prosecutors allege the men were part of a far right. Anti government. group had plotted to blow up a bridge near whitmore's vacation home. Meanwhile in new york man has been convicted of threatening to murder members of congress. Two days after the violent insurrection at the us capital. We're ending hunt faces up to ten years in prison for his online threats against house speaker. Nancy pelosi senate majority leader. Charles schumer and representative alexandria ocasio cortez. The justice department is reportedly seeking to indict former police minneapolis police officer derek chauvin for federal civil rights violations for killing george floyd last year by kneeling on his neck for nine minutes and twenty. Nine seconds this comes a week. After a minnesota judge convicted chauvin on three counts of minnesota jury convicted chauvin on three counts including second degree murder. The three other officers who were at the scene of floyd's death may also face federal indictments. Medical researchers have found a link between police tear gas and abnormal menstrual cycles. Some nine hundred people exposed to tear gas. During protests last year in portland oregon reported being affected with symptoms including increased cramping unusual spotting are increased bleeding federal and city of officers deployed tear gas almost nightly basis and portland last summer during the nationwide uprising. For black lives. Tear-gas gas previously linked to miscarriages. In immigration is the supreme court has sided with an undocumented guatemalan man challenging deportation in a ruling that could affect hundreds of thousands of immigrants in decision authored by conservative justice neal gorsuch the court ruled the justice department had violated the law by not properly notifying immigrants about their deportation proceedings the food and drug administration's moving to ban the sale and manufacturing of menthol cigarettes and flavored cigars. The fda claims the move could potentially save six hundred thirty three thousand lives by twenty fifty with the benefits. Being most felt the african american community for decades tobacco companies have heavily marketed menthol cigarettes to communities of color the aclu however is warning this could lead to greater policing in areas where underground menthol markets pop up. The cited the case of eric garner killed by police in new york after being accused by police of selling untaxed cigarettes in boone north carolina. A gunman killed two sheriff's deputies as well as his mother and stepfather thursday leading to a thirteen hour standoff that ended with the gunman killing himself. The deputies were killed while conducting a wellness. Check after co workers of the gunmen. Said he didn't show up for work. The indian point nuclear power plant is permanently shutting down today. Following decades protests. The plant is located just twenty five miles. North of new york city decommissioning. The plant is projected to take twelve years at a cost of over. Two billion dollars. In germany's highest court has ruled. The government must expand its efforts to reduce carbon emissions. In order to protect future generations. the ruling came in a lawsuit brought by a group of youth climate activists including sophie. Maxson lucky we are super happy and relieved the court's decision. The decision is a huge success for young people. It has become clear that parts of the climate protection law do not correspond with our constitutional rights. Effective climate protection has to be implemented now and not in ten years. Time when it'll be too late and those are some of the headlines. This is democracy now democracy now dot org the quarantine report. I mean edman after weeks of speculation palestinian president mahmoud abbas has postponed next month's parliamentary elections. Which would have been held for the first time in fifteen years in the occupied territories abbass said. The delay was caused by israel's refusal to promise that thousands of palestinians living in israeli-occupied areas of jerusalem could vote in the election. The decision comes at a time when a rift is growing within the fatah party. Well earlier this week. Human rights watch released a major report saying for the first time that israel's committing crimes of apart tate and persecution and the occupied palestinian territories the international human rights group says israeli authorities have dispossessed confined and forcibly separated palestinians. human rights watch concluded quote. The israeli government has demonstrated an intent to maintain the domination of jewish israelis over palestinians across israel and the occupied palestinian territories. Human rights. Watch also released this video alongside its report upon. While many associate the word but south africa partake as a universal legal the refers to severe discriminatory oppression. Apartheid is also a crime against humanity. Its.
"abbass" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio
"From new york this is democracy now. Israeli authorities maintain a to taste system which privileges jewish israelis and palestinians the means used by israeli authorities in the occupied territory amount to the systematic oppression needed to establish the crime. A threshold crossed a damning new report by human rights. Watch says for the first time. Israel's committing crimes of apartheid and persecution in the occupied palestinian territories by dispossessing confining and forcibly separating palestinians. This comes this. Israel's being hailed for vaccinating sixty percent of its population but only three percent of palestinians vaccinated then following protests. This week to ivy league schools have issued apologies for their handling of the remains of an african. American child killed by the philadelphia. Police in the nineteen eighty-five move bombing. Pennsylvania has apologized for his role in this situation already done everyone an accountable for their the apologies. Calm after revelations that the remains of a child who is a victim of the bombing where held for more than thirty years by now retired princeton professor and used in an online teaching course by a penny museum. Curators we'll get response from a princeton student who organized a protest on campus and speak with historian. Sam redmond author of bone rooms from scientific racism to human prehistory and museums. All that and more coming up. Welcome to democracy now democracy now dot or the quarantine report. I made me goodman. India's is recorded thirty five hundred. New corona virus deaths and record three hundred eighty six thousand new confirmed cases as the world's second most populous nation faces a catastrophic collapse of its healthcare system with hospitals running out of beds and oxygen public health officials. Fear the true death toll is far higher residents fear. The worst is yet to come. Situation is horrific absolutely terrible. According to what. I see everyone is afraid. Every single person people are afraid that if i'm talking to a person may be. I won't get to talk them tomorrow or in the near future. The death toll is two hundred thousand today kicking go up to four hundred thousand or even a million everyone is terrified right now across the country environment is a fear we're delhi residents and it is pathetic over here. We don't even have oxygen cylinders or its parts the indian writer daddy. Roy writes in a new essay quote. The system hasn't collapsed. The government has failed. Perhaps failed is an inaccurate word. Because what we are. Witnessing is not criminal negligence but an outright crime against humanity she wrote the total number of confirmed cova cases across the globe has now topped one. Hundred fifty million this comes. As corona virus deaths are also soaring across latin america which recorded more than a third of global cova deaths last week as it faces a major vaccine shortage on thursday argentina recorded five hundred sixty one new deaths its highest daily death toll since the start of the pandemic colombia peru and uruguay are experiencing a new surge. In cases. and brazil's official death. Toll has top four hundred thousand. The second highest in the behind the united states in israel at least forty four ultra-orthodox jews have died and dozens are injured after a stampede during a religious pilgrimage. An estimated one hundred thousand. People gathered on mount merrin last late on thursday and the stampede occurred in the early hours of today after some attendees appeared to slip on stones leading to a sloped passageway triggering. Wh one local news site described as a human avalanche warnings have been issued over the years saying the site was not safe for mass gatherings meanwhile palestinian president mahmoud abbas has postponed next month's parliamentary elections the first and fifteen years in the occupied territories abbass blamed israel for refusing to promise thousands of palestinians living in israeli-occupied areas of jerusalem could vote in the election facing difficult situation. We decided to postpone the date of holding legislative elections until the participation of jerusalem and its people is guaranteed jerusalem will not be compromised and our people in jerusalem will not give up their right at size their democratic rates vassals decision comes at a time when rift is growing within his party after jailed. Palestinian leader marwan barghuti recently endorsed a rival slate to challenge. Candidates backed by us back in the united states. The inspector general of the agency for international development has criticized the trump administration's politicization of humanitarian aid for venezuela in a new report. The watchdog said the white house is pushed to deliver aid to the venezuelan. Border in two thousand and nineteen was driven more by the administration's desire for regime change than based on the actual needs venezuelans. The report said that trump administration use the aid as a quote key tool to elevate support for the us-backed opposition leader. Guido and that decisions were made to reinforce. Why does credibility the burmese military has launched airstrikes against rebel from two ethnic groups. The khatun and the karen who've been seeking greater autonomy for decades at least two thousand burmese refugees have already crossed into thailand seeking safety. This comes days after. Karen seized burmese military base near the thai border. Meanwhile protests against the burmese military junta. Continue over seven hundred. Fifty protesters have been killed. Since the hunter seized power in a coup in february the republican controlled legislature in. Florida has approved a sweeping voter suppression. Bill that is being compared to georgia's new voting law. The florida bill would limit the use of mail. Ballot drop boxes make it harder to vote by mail and criminalize the distribution of food and water to people waiting in line to vote. Republican governor rhonda. Santa's has signaled till sign the bill into law cara gross of the american civil liberties union florida criticized the bill saying quote. There was no problem in florida. Everything worked as it should. The only reason they're doing this is to make it harder to vote. She said west. Virginia's republican governor jim. Justice has signed legislation to ban trans girls and women from competing on sports teams that any public school including state colleges a similar bill approved by lawmakers in florida is awaiting the governor's signature and in texas. The state senate has approved a bill to criminalise gender affirming healthcare for trans youth by some counts close to one fifth of. Us states could ban trans kids from sports by the end of this legislative session. Meanwhile president biden expressed support for trans-youth during a speech to congress wednesday night. Raw transgender americans. Watching the with specially young.
"abbass" Discussed on The Friends of Israel Today
"We've been talking with. Joseph gittler founder and chairman of And he's been talking about ways that he's been working with farmers and with hotels and food chains on helping feed the poor in israel. And you know what. I can't help but think of the time that i was standing at mount carmel over looking. What's called the breadbasket of israel. It's called the jezreel valley and it's an amazing place to see how the mountains give way to this flat area of israel where they grow food and crops to feed israel's citizens but but here's the thing the reason i was standing there atop of mount carmel looking out over the jezreel valley is because i was filming the common thread video production team. The common thread bible study series is a series that walks you through the bible and really binds the bible together through a promise that god made to abraham. It's the reason that it's called the common thread because we wanna make sure that you when you read the bible. It's not just a bunch of inspirational versus. God has a story of redemption that binds the bible. Together that connects it all. It was a wonderful opportunity to be in different locations of the land of israel teaching about this common thread that runs through. The bible is promised that god made to britain. And how it connects to you as a believer in the lord. Jesus this session. Bible study series can be yours steve. How can our listeners. Get their hands on a copy of this yell. Say this if your listener assuming a lot of you're listening because you enjoy christmas teaching now. Imagine chris teaching in the land of israel over eight sessions on video. Were so excited to offer this to you. You can purchase your copy and find out more by visiting epo. I radio dot. Org that's f. y. Radio dot org. If you're calling on the weekend you can call our listener. Line at eight eight three four three six nine four zero and someone will return your call during our regular business hours again. That's eight eight eight three four three six nine four zero in canada. Call eight eight six six four two five eight four again in canada. That's eight six six four two five eight four so late. Last march israel held its fourth in two years. So if you think. America's divided israel is no different and these were the result of the election. Prime minister netanyahu's party likud top. The most seats they took thirty seats now. Of course likud's numbers are down from last election. I last election. He won thirty six seats but following likud was a another party. A party that actually fighting against likud. They're the opposition likud They're called yesh teed. They captured seventeen seats. Really this last election and the election before that and the one before that it's really been an election to try to oust netanyahu. But netanyahu's got way too much power still in israeli politics so just a reminder. There are one hundred and twenty seats in the israeli parliament that need to be filled to form a government. You need to have a coalition of parties in israel. There are more than two parties are more than three parties. I believe there's probably fifteen or sixteen parties right now. In the knesset the israeli parliament you need to have a coalition of parties that exceeds sixty one seats This is what netanyahu is actually working on right. Now as we speak he won. His party won the most seats. So the president reuven rivlin has given him the ability to try to form a coalition government to try to get to sixty one seats or more in order to have a coalition government and in the one with less seats are the opposition government. It's funny to read american media on netanyahu after the lack of the after the election because he articles read that he he's losing power he's losing influence now grant. The coalition of parties against netanyahu are growing. They actually garnered more seats than his coalition. They have fifty seven seats And netanyahu i believe came up with fifty one fifty two seats however because likud won the most seats the president has to give netanyahu the first stab forming a coalition government. Where the people. And this is what netanyahu again like. I said it's working on right now. He's trying to sway political parties that are uncertain of which direction to go to come to his side. So here is where. Netanyahu is right now. There are two parties that remain undecided. The first is the amina. This tally bennett's conservative party. Bennett and netanyahu have had a very strained relationship in the past. So netanyahu has to play politics now and win back to his side and bennett has vowed support but he has also has a premier the prime minister in the back of his mind. He he's looking maybe to use this as an opportunity to gain. His own positioning to strategically placed himself in the prime minister seat. You know he could withhold think about this could withhold seven seats and wait for netanyahu to return with the mandate to form a government that netanyahu would have to give it back to the president and in the president would have to find somebody else to form the government and maybe bennett would be waiting there saying i have enough seats and enough parties that would form a coalition with me to to form a government. Is your your head spinning at politics in israel or fun. Here's the other party. That could decide netanyahu's future it's not just a jewish conservative party. The other party that remains undecided isn't islamist party. That's right on. That's what they're called. Its new leader months or abbass and his four seats have not ruled out. Believe it or not supporting that yahu and islamist israeli party in israel's parliament that is absolutely anti israel and it has a new leader that maintained their ideals but that are trying to work within israeli politics to get what they want roms leader abbass quoted saying he preferred to work with the right wing. Government led by netanyahu which he thinks would be would provide a better opportunity to work across the spectrum to get the things that his constituents need. Okay so these are the two parties that netanyahu was working with in order to win his government to form his government. And it's not looking pretty honestly. These two parties are so opposite. One another and the problem. That netanyahu has a lot of the religious parties that support him would never join a coalition government with an islamic party. Again talk about two ends of the spectrum too for all the journalists out there that are had said that netanyahu is losing that. He's over it's done with his political influence is dying. I don't think you know exactly who you're talking about. Yes netanyahu's party lost votes. But he's still brought in the most seats israelis don't didn't vote for likud. They voted for netanyahu. he's still has a massive political influence in israel. However also gonna say this ditton yahoos rounding nearly fifteen years in office fifteen years. I do believe while he's still holds the key to israeli power. I think like most things. He's getting a little stale in israel and the people are ready to move on. Needless to say eighty percent of israeli eighty percent of israelis. Believe that they're gonna be heading to the ballot box again for a fifth election. You know i think the parties are gonna work tirelessly to form a government for the people of israel who are tired. They are tired of going to the ballot box because there has been no political stability in israel for years now but let's just hope that there becomes political stability and let's pray that god provides the right person to lead the jewish state now apples of gold a dramatic reading.
"abbass" Discussed on Romeo Siaw-Mensah Podcast
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"abbass" Discussed on Israel Daily News Podcast
"Both and our former ministers who worked under bb netanyahu party leaders to put our differences behind us. And come home referring to the right wing. Coalition that bennett and so are previously served in so who's been adamant about not joining a bb coalition reportedly rejected the offer benefits party amina. Says he would do what's best for israel's citizens. I'm brushed off a report. Saying that is welcoming into his fold if both the party leaders decided to enter a bb coalition than netanyahu would be able to form a right-wing majority government with sixty five seats putting an end to the years of political turmoil. According to a channel twelve report bbn likud are willing to make benneton. Yeah meena jared offers to get their party into the coalition. I wonder what that means the latest news between yet year. Lupita the esotique party and meena leader naftali bennett is that ll appeared. Says he would actually let bennett go. I in a rotation for prime minister if this would work out between them if yamina and yet not could come together and actually oppose netanyahu. lapierre says he's willing to let it go. I even though lipids party yes. Schettino picked up some seats. Which is the second largest number of seats after likud and yemen. A- only one seven however says that in this agreement bennett would have to publicly rule out using the mandate to build a coalition with prime minister. Netanyahu which many people believe he might do likud. Lawmakers are attacking president reuven rivlin accusing him of being in cahoots with the prime minister's rivals. Since he's been publicly party leaders to engage in quote out of the ordinary coalitions collaborations that cross sectors in order to break the strenuous political deadlock. Well that doesn't seem so treasonous to me. I mean the country needs a government and that might mean getting some parties to come together that did not previously want to come together if the country should have a government to move forward with they're going to need to be some concessions and some agreements. Don't you think i'm party. Chairman mansoura boss says. His party will not compromise on either. It's national or civilian rights when deciding who to back to become the next. Prime minister is an islamist party that broke off from the joint list. The joint list being a coalition of arab parties that work toward similar goals. I'm received five. Crucial swing seats in this election about tells a turkish news organization that his party's red lines are our rights whether national or civilian so arab rights. He says quote. We don't negotiate or compromise on these rights. The comments come after bb loyalists have tried to welcome romina boss into their right wing. Coalition abbass has not claimed which way the party would go or to which coalition it would lend itself to and his five seats. Five seats with party may have the power to help form. A majority government giving him an extraordinary bargaining chip above says. He's seeking broad plans to combat crime in arab communities and put an end to idea home demolitions. Those are just two of the items. He hopes to combat while in office as a punishment to terrorists and their families. The idea for the israel defense forces often demolishes the homes where terrorists and their families lived after a terrorist attack has been carried out israel. Daily news podcasters. If you've been enjoying this daily report support it so it can continue to come out daily. You can send over a monthly contribution at anchor dot. Fm backslash israel daily news backslash support. We have one central link in the show notes which you can click on. And it'll take you to the page where you can make a contribution and feel good knowing you are supporting independent journalism. You can also support us by leaving us. A review on apple podcasts by sharing the show with a friend and by following us on social media at israel daily news as well as shannon full. That's s. h. a. n. f. u. l. d. If you didn't hear about it. I just released and e book or a guide where i tell people my secrets to getting things accomplished it is called produce something how to overcome being overwhelmed and start your own project so that little book is in the link as well. It costs nine nine hundred nine. You can buy it for yourself or for a friend or somebody who is needing a little guidance and getting their project off the ground it could be an excellent passover gift so think about it. We have some positive news here. Cove wards throughout. Israel's hospital system are closing down thanks to the widespread vaccination process because so many are vaccinated and means that the nation is having fewer and fewer new. kobe patients. The new positivity rate for those testing for covid is one point. Three percent around two four million israelis have received their first shot out of nine million in the country. Don't forget three out of nine million are children under the age of sixteen so that means almost all adults in the country have had a shot. Haddassah hospital is one of the busiest in the nation at one point more than one hundred forty covert patients per day were busting through its doors. Now they're seeing just a few patients on any given day. That's something to really look forward to. Microsoft is establishing a new data center in israel. We've been reporting on this. The deal is worth more than a billion. Us dollars the tech giant will also be expanding chip research and development in israel. Microsoft ceo satya nadella expressed to prime minister. Netanyahu that israel is very important for microsoft's future. Microsoft gave jobs more than two thousand israelis by the end of twenty twenty and currently has development centers located all over the country other massive tech companies have expressed interest in setting up shop in israel to like google nydia oracle and amazon. Let's bring it on especially amazon. I've been so spoiled. These last few months in the united states with one day amazon delivery. I'm looking forward to having that kind of service in the holy land as well as russia mich should happen and now for a little clip from my live interview with omar abu sadie of the united arab emirates. We spoke about peace and diplomacy. He says that it's not a normalization between the u. a. in israel rather a formalization since he said that the two nations have had business ties and diplomacy and work between the two countries for more than twenty years. Here's just a few minutes of our talk about his life. As an intern at the u a e consulate his studies as a fulbright scholar and.
Palestinian militant will challenge Abbas’s party in election
"Their first parliamentary elections in fifteen years. Npr's daniel estrin reports from jerusalem. The longtime palestinian authority president faces a serious challenger. Candidates submitted their lists for elections next month. And there's a major shakeup marwan barghouti a popular figure serving a life. Sentence in israel is backing an independent list for parliament. Another candidate muhammadu to. Helen is backing another list. That means votes. That would have gone to palestinian president. Mahmoud abbas fatah party could be spread among multiple rival lists that could weaken the secular party and give its islamist rival hamas the upper hand in elections analysts say that might give president abbass reason to cancel the elections of haute which was aimed at unifying the palestinian territories after fifteen years of divided. Rule daniel
"abbass" Discussed on 99 Problems (but a boss ain't one)
"Can roy if you can just say one thing say. Can't you who to just be do something when you stuck in a row is subject to keep going over the same thing over and over and over remaining in europe. But whatever you're doing it's not working so i think just change it up do something and we mentioned you know the physical the mental the emotional those are connected. So if you change one of those and do something one of those like like i say go for rum or watch a comedy video or you have a compensation is going to change your perspective if you change one of those others changes well so it doesn't matter what it is. Just do something different and hope for the. You gotta get different results. What about you katie. I think for me it would be just move one step forward. you know. Imagine you're on a you playing a board game and and there's lots left to go. You might feel it. You'll never gets the just move one square full. It's so if you feel like you want to be more in touch with people and but you feel that you've kind of got into the habit of not contacting people then just send one message make phone calls send birthday cards just something to to get yourself one little tiny bit closer to where you want to be and don't feel that you have to achieve everything once that's pretty much it as well. Yeah and the message self kindness. They're up. Yeah yeah. I think is probably the overriding thing again. Just be kind to yourself because this year was not kind to us. We have to take it upon ourselves to become to ourselves and of course if any other tips than we'd love to hear from you our twitter account without realizing had actually been locked not really sure why possibly because we have been for a while and so it has now on the same day as president trump got. His account formerly suspended forever. So i like to feel that. There's a nice comic balance happening. So now you can actually tweet us at nine thousand nine problems cast so the number ninety nine problems then cast as in podcast and we'll actually be able to see what you're telling us their apologies if you have been talking to us via twitter in the last few months. We haven't responded. Because i thought that no one loved us but it was just the account had logged so do get in touch if you have any ideas for future problems like us to tackle or if you've got any tips and we will see you next time for another episode of nine thousand nine problems. Abbass eight one..
Minnesota family saves energy through simple living
"David Abbas Finland Minnesota keeps his freezer on the porch. Because, guess what it zero lot in northern Minnesota and so our stuff is frozen without the motor running at all. It's just one of the ways that Abbasi families save energy at their rural offer at home and farm the heat with Wood and get water from a well pumped by a windmill. What electricity they do need is generated by solar panels. Abbass says they live simply, but he does not think of it as a sacrifice. I think there's a lot of joy to be had. For example when it's time to fetch some frozen food, we've actually step outside and guess what the stars are beautiful where I live to educate people about conserving energy, and after Living Abaas offers workshops, classes, and internships at the farm. He tried to help others find pleasure in protecting the planet and the billions of lives. It supports I think our farm and other experiences like that. Provide that opportunity for people fall in love with what's around them and just imagine if the world were filled with people that were thinking about how much they love each other and the world how much better the world would be.
Gillibrand defends handling of sexual harassment allegations
"One of the candidates for president on the democratic side Kirsten gillibrand has had a former aide resign in protest of the handling of a sex harassment claims. Oh, no. Because Kirsten is a big metoo movement champion and one of the most outspoken when it comes to members of congress. That's for sure apparently the woman who has not been identified filed a sexual harassment complaint last July accusing the aid of making unwelcome advances. And crude remarks about other women in the office and potential female hires less than three weeks later. The woman said that the man. Who has been identified in the report as Abbass Mellick retaliated against her for making the complaint. She told gillibrand chief-of-staff that she was stepping down because of the way they handled it. Yeah. I, you know, this is I don't think ever seen something like this. Bernie Sanders was was sort of handcuffed by this before he officially announced that he was going to run for president. He was criticized for the way that sexual harassment claims the way the environment that existed in the two thousand sixteen campaign, and he was blasted for not having a tighter control over that whole thing. So I wonder if this is going to be if we're going to see every campaign has something like this attached to it. Now, we feel like every major A-List star in Hollywood is had something like this
President Trump, President and Abbass discussed on On Air with Doug, Jen and Victoria
"Conservationists say carcasses of nearly ninety elephants have been found near a famous wildlife sanctuary in Botswana elephant populations across Africa have been badly affected by poaching. Butts wanna had escaped much of the killing despite having the world's largest elephant population. Good management and a tough approach to conservation had kept the ivory poachers at bay. But in you area wildlife survey, which is still only halfway through has already discovered. The caucuses of eighty-seven elephants killed within the last three months most of them with a tusks removed. Poaching in neighboring countries has forced many elephants across the open border into Botswana it now appears those pursuing ivory have followed the.
Federal judge asks skeptical questions on Mueller's authority to bring charges against Paul Manafort
"Invoice at a bus had repeated antisemitic slurs the us israel and the european union also condemned the remarks abbass has issued a rare apology in a statement he said if people were offended especially people of the jewish faith i apologize to them he said the holocaust was quote the most heinous crime in history and he condemned antisemitism but israel's defense minister said the apology was unacceptable he argued a boss had a history of denying holocaust history daniel estrin npr news jerusalem on wall street just before the close the dow is up three hundred thirty two points the snp was up thirty three this is npr a federal judge in the trial of former trump campaign chairman paul manafort is questioning whether the bank fraud conspiracy and tax charges are related to the investigation into russian interference in the twenty sixteen election the charges were brought by special counsel robert muller in court today the judge said prosecutors don't really care about bank fraud they just want to get information from manafort about president trump manafort's lawyers have argued the special counsel doesn't have the authority to prosecute him for actions before the presidential campaign nasa is latest mars mission is set to launch from vandenberg air force base in california early tomorrow morning as npr's joe palca reports the insight mission is designed to study the interior of mars nasa has launched multiple missions to study the surface and atmosphere on mars but the planet's interior structure is a bit of a mystery insight deputy principal investigator sue smart car says to really understand a planet you'll have to know how.
Trump administration ending Hondurans' special immigration status
"Nine hundred ninety nine after hurricane mitch many have since fled to the us to escape violence mark unger a political science professor at brooklyn college says deporting hondurans now would be in the stake sending back there would be disaster for them because the high rates of poverty violence and this will add to the pressure on the country and the conditions which lead to instability and people flying again the trump administration has already ended tps designations for thousands of salvadoran nicaraguan nepalese and haitian nationals windsor johnston npr news washington palestinian authority president mahmoud abbas apologized today for remarks he made earlier this week in speaking to the palestine liberation parliament on monday abbass said jews in europe face persecution before the holocaust because of their function in society including what he described as unfair money london lending in a statement released today a boss said if people were offended especially people of the jewish faith i apologize to them on wall street at this hour the dow is up three hundred seventy eight points this is npr news from news i'm jeremy siegel uc berkeley officials have officially unveiled player plans to build student housing on people's park a long contested piece of land and site for activism the new housing would accommodate about a thousand students and as many as one hundred twenty five homeless people some who currently live in the area a quarter of the park will remain open while opponents to the plan say the park remains relevant uc berkeley spokesman dan mogul off says the space had become rife with crime based on what we're hearing it seems pretty clear that the community now in twenty eight team understands that the status quo really doesn't serve anyone's interest mogul off says the park is among nine sites that will be developed in an effort to alleviate the most severe student housing shortage in the uc system the two year construction effort is expected to begin in twenty twenty oakland city council is set to spend nearly four hundred thousand dollars to install new refillable water bottle stations at more than one hundred district schools the money comes from the city is one cent per ounce tax on sugar sweetened drinks that voters approved in two thousand sixteen and it comes.