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"al jazeera" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

06:50 min | 2 months ago

"al jazeera" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"That's led to big trouble. In one hand, I won $5000 battles didn't even occur to me as a possibility that I would have a husband who, just like lights and fireworks went off in my head on the debt, sex and money podcast. We're following one couple sorting through the aftermath of the financial and emotional crisis. Listen to financial therapy on death, sex and money wherever you get podcasts. It's morning edition from NPR News. I'm Steve Inskeep in Washington and I'm Leila Fadel in Culver City, California The U. S military has ramped up evacuation efforts out of Kabul. More than 16,000. People have been flown out within 24 hours. The Democratic chair of the House Intelligence Committee, Adam Schiff says that may not be enough to get every American and Afghan allies of the US out by the by the August 31st withdrawal deadline. I think it's possible, but I think it's very unlikely. President Biden is facing pressure to extend the deadline and he's meeting with G seven leaders today to discuss the withdrawal. Meanwhile, Afghans who have made the harrowing journey out of Kabul are being taken to transit centers and military bases around the world before moving on to a third country. One of those places is a U. S air base in Qatar. Joining us now is Jamal Elshayyal. He's a senior correspondent with Al Jazeera in Doha, Qatar. It and recently visited that base. Good morning, German Morning. How are you guys? Thank you for joining us. So you were at the L RD Airbase walk us through who's being housed there now. So it's a mixer. There's two kind of operations that are taking place in conjunction simultaneously. One is being led by the Qataris themselves. Battery, Uh, Air Force planes that are going in bringing in mainly students, women and family. From Afghanistan. Those who want to leave and they're coming in the arteries processing those number in the hundreds close to 1000. Maybe. And then there's another operation that the Americans are doing in the American military is doing but being also facilitated or helped by the potteries, and that's bringing in people in the thousands. And those are mainly translators. Those who worked for either the U. S military there or the embassy and Other collaborators or those who who worked with them in in different fields. I say it's being facilitated by the country's because on the ground in Kabul, for example, the Qatari ambassador is ensuring through negotiations with the Taliban safe passage for those people to reach Kabul airport and then when the plane comes here, the American base, although it's a US military base, obviously it's being hosted by the Qatari. So in terms of certain equipment and other things like that, that's something that The batteries are assisting with two. So you're talking about thousands of people on this base. So what are the conditions? Well, initially, there were a lot worse than they are now. That's based on both testimony of those who first came in, as well as the military personnel and officials that we spoke to when we were at the base and simply that is because it's a military base is not equipped to house. Thousands of civilians, Certainly not in huge droves coming within. You know the space of hours, if not just a couple of days. So initially, what was happening was, you know, hundreds of refugees were being put into these airplane hangars, which weren't equipped, not we're not equipped with toilets, not equipped with beds not equipped with air conditioning. The temperature in Qatar in this summer month is probably the highest it is throughout the year. Um, but swiftly the Americans have tried to bring about some sort of Assistance in this, so they've portable toilets. They've housed them now and maybe holes gathering calls, but still, it's nowhere near ideal. There was a really warm food and stuff like that. Sounds like a a scramble to deal with incoming. Um people. Does the U. S personnel does U. S personnel have enough staff to process everyone they don't And that's that's by their own admission. Um, I think a big part of that is because even you know, from the President all the way down to the generals and those on the ground. Nobody expected things to develop a swiftly as they did, and therefore The warrant equipped. They weren't equipped either from the basics that I explained in terms of living services or nor were they equipped from a security perspective in terms of processing these visas. So we are told that the people at the base here and an audit are hoping that there are T s a staff and other immigration officials and security stuff that are meant to be flying in from the United States here to help process These thousands of refugees. Germany and with Al Jazeera reporting from Doha, Qatar. Thank you so much for joining us. Thank you. We should note here that Al Jazeera is funded by the government of Qatar. Some of you have been asking about the fate of a man known as Reggie, an Afghan who served as an interpreter for U. S troops. He was on this program last week on the phone from Kabul. Listeners were deeply affected when he said he was simply grateful that Americans remembered him. My family. My kids is telling me that bad guy is going to come and is going to kill you faster than us. And I keep telling them them know there are a lot of good friends that I have in America have made a lot of good friends and they're gonna take us baby. You don't have to worry about it. We can now tell you that Reggie was right. He did have friends. There's a constellation of Americans trying to get out those who served with them in Afghanistan. They sometimes seem near tears when you talk with them and then turned back to their efforts to leave nobody behind. One of those people is captain Flo Groberg of Washington State. He spent recent weeks pulling every string he knows to get Afghans onto planes. Groberg. It's a recipient of the Medal of Honor in 2012. He was serving in Afghanistan when a man approached wearing a suicide vest. Groberg shoved the suicide bomber aside into the ground, saving other members of his unit. The vast detonated. Groberg lost some of his hearing and much of the use of one leg. Reggie the interpreter helped him to stop the bleeding, even though Reggie had been wounded himself. In recent days as Kabul fell to the Taliban. Grossberg and others were working to get Reggie out. Groberg called friends and also counseled Reggie. He told him to take his papers to the airport. Reggie says he tried to push through the crowds. Every single again. We're trying to get in. So I was unable to get in because I have kids and I don't want my kids to get hurt or die because people are horrible running when The police are the guards Security government airport were charging the people. Reggie went home and called Flo Groberg back in America who made another call to another friend and gave Reggie fresh instructions. Take your wife.

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"al jazeera" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

08:15 min | 2 months ago

"al jazeera" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"You want to believe Al Jazeera? Which isn't bad. I mean, I don't particularly trust them, but This is what they're reporting two hours ago. Leaders of the United States. United Kingdom. Italy, France, Germany, Canada and Japan may use the possibility of unified Official recognition. Or renewed sanctions to push the Taliban the Taliban to comply with pledges to respect women's rights and international relations, according to the Reuters report. I can't imagine that the Taliban will say whatever you want to hear. Until they get what they want. Lewis is in New Jersey. Lewis next on nights I go right ahead. Answer. Good evening. Good evening. You know what? We have a triple play here going on. In Afghanistan. We have Isis We have Al Qaeda and we have the Taliban. And you know something that as an American looking at what's going on over there? And how they treat people. Ah! We as a country here in America. Have Uh, what do you call lot that amassed? Many people from different nations within 400 years. Okay, we control or have most of The world's wealth. Not that that's something to brag about. But If these people over there could only open up their idea. To the fact that You know what? Maybe people should be free and they should have their own expressions. And what have you What would Afghanistan turn into? In terms of a, uh, destination for people to go and, you know, enjoy. Yeah. Uh, a trip. Well, I think I I think that you know, I think that what you're saying makes a lot of sense. But the folks who are in charge in Afghanistan Look at them. They clearly are something out of about the 13th century. And they want to take their country back to the 13th century. And we thought, Oh, maybe we'll be able to work something out with them. Mhm. Um, I hear what you're saying, Um, and certainly Vietnam has has bought that idea and Eastern Europe has bought the idea. I don't think we're going to be doing a club man at um and Afghanistan anytime soon. And the deep. The final thought here is 70 years ago. Wow. We were at war with Japan and Germany and other factions. Uh, we had the capability to come up with a nuclear bomb. Which we dropped on Japan. Which Truly Is her horrible thing. Yeah. However. At this point in time after 40 years of hijackings, terrorism and then what they did. In New York. Which Right after I graduated high school. I took a trip up there. And I walked below those towers. My grandfather was a chef. Harry M. Stevens incorporated. Which happened to be one of the oldest concession errors. I know Harry Yep. They used to be the cash concessionaire at Fenway Park. Absolutely. Yes, Yes. So I went up there because he told me about that, uh, windows of the world. The great restaurant restaurants on both towers, and both towers had daycare centers. Uh, After all that the and said You know? We fought with Japan and the rest of the world for Approximately for five years. Why is it that the United States does not? Get behind NATO and everybody else and say you know what? We need to nuke Yeah, no, the Middle East and we're not gonna do that. Great. I I know that. That is crazy. Kraut is absolutely crazy when we're not going to do that. I mean, it's just not within our DNA. We're not going to do that. What are you gonna do? Nuke nuke Kabul or something? I mean, come on. Who would you know? Who do you want to nuke Lewis? Yes. Look, if they did this, we were going to drop the bomb. Lewis, we're gonna drop the ball. What? Who are you going to nuke? Well, I'll tell you right now. Pakistan they have a bomb. No, I I get it. But I'm saying Who do you want to nuke? Who do you want to nuke? What city? It doesn't matter. Where, but just use it just so if they if they did that And he brought All of those medieval, uh, tribes back down to their knees and they made them think about what they have done. Hopefully Our prey fully. Maybe it would end But if we don't do something, Lewis, I always said Whatever your point of view, you're more than welcome. I'm just going to tell you that's not within the realm of reality. But what what city do you want to nuke? Just be curiosity. Have you picked the city yet? Or no? Yes. Well up to right now. If you had to pick a city it would be be between the border of Pakistan and Afghanistan so that the fallout Wait. You know, do what it has to do. Okay. All right. I mean, so what? We'll find some little village somewhere on the Pakistan Afghan border and we'll nuke it. Is that what you're telling me? Well, you know something? No, no, I get it. I get it. No. You know what? Lewis? Actually, I think I'm done for the night because I think I keep asking you questions. And you You're all right. Call again. We'll just think about it, though. Think about it overnight. Okay. Might over there. Thanks, Lewis. Have a great night. 617254 10 30 Triple 8929 10 30. Ladies line is available. I mean, come on, going to nuke somebody at this point. 617931 10 30 Trump did use the mother of all bombs. Um, the so called Moab bomb that it was very effective. Going after, um The the Taliban and going after I should say, uh, Isis, uh, and al Qaeda. Uh, but a nuke? I don't think so. At this point at this point in time, I really don't think so. But we'll feel free to react. Join the conversation Coming back on Nightside. Hi Dan Nightside with Dan Ray on WBZ Boston's NewsRadio Jay Farner here, CEO.

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Karim Sadjadpour Echoes Women's Rights Are Gone Under the Taliban

Mark Levin

01:43 min | 2 months ago

Karim Sadjadpour Echoes Women's Rights Are Gone Under the Taliban

"There's a gentleman by the name of Karim Sadjadpour, senior fellow Carnegie, a Carnegie endowment. Adjunct professor Georgetown. I know nothing about the man. First question from Taliban to Al Jazeera female reporter asking about women's rights. Tabbouleh mujaheed spokes. Spokes barbarian. For the Taliban says women have rights as long as they follow Sharia law will be free speech. He says. This is exactly how the Ayatollah Khamenei answered questions when he first came to power quote. Quote. Freedom of speech. Human rights. And women's rights will all be protected in accordance with Islamic law. What That means with these barbarian throwbacks. Is, none of these rights will be protected. They learned From the Islam, a Nazi regime in Tehran. And now we have an Islamo Nazi regime in Kabul. And you know why I use that phrase Islamo Nazi regime to distinguish it from Reformed Islam, the type that Zewdie Jasur talks to us about and so many Muslims do practice. This is 7th 8th 9th century. Barbarism.

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Israel Destroys AP Office, Hamas Operatives in Gaza Building

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:42 sec | 5 months ago

Israel Destroys AP Office, Hamas Operatives in Gaza Building

"In Israeli airstrike destroyed a high rise building where the Associated Press head offices in the Gaza Strip. The building housed the AP Al Jazeera in a number of offices and apartments. AP President and CEO Gary Pruitt calls the airstrike in incredibly disturbing development, He says the news organization is shocked and horrified. The Israeli military will target and destroy the building housing, a piece bureau and other news organizations in Gaza. He says. The military new journalists were there the game he did receive a warning that the building would be hit. Doesn't AP Journalists and freelancers were inside, but we were able to evacuate in time, Pruitt says. The world will know no less about what's happening in Gaza because of the air

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Egypt releases Al-Jazeera journalist detained since 2016

BBC Newshour

00:14 sec | 9 months ago

Egypt releases Al-Jazeera journalist detained since 2016

"Are based television network Al Jazeera has welcomed the release of one of its journalists from an Egyptian prison. Mahmoud Hussein had been held there for more than four years without being charged. The acting head of al Jazeera said No journalists should suffer for doing his Or had job.

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"al jazeera" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

01:32 min | 9 months ago

"al jazeera" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"And they keep pushing up state and the last time they just hung up on me, right? Can I tell you the magazine? Should I mention it? Sure. It's Reader's digest. Okay, First of all, I didn't know Reader's Digest even existed anymore. All right, that's just not maybe. Okay, that may be the issue. Second of all, if Reader's Digest does exist, I would never admit reading reader's digests. Rita. Don't admit that to anybody else. Okay, please. I haven't done it anyway. Good. Just don't say it. How much was the subscription Rita? It wasn't It was only like $15 for two years. All right, you got screwed out of $15 correct. Yeah. All right. Okay. Fair enough. Um, So here's what I'm gonna do, Rita, Uh, I'm going to send you the name of an attorney. Uh, he's only $5000 retainer. So you get your 15 bucks back. Yeah. Great. Yeah, I think I think you're going to be able to prevail on that one. Honest to God. You'll do just fine for your $15 that you got screwed out of this is handle on the law and less chicken with Layla Mohammed, California's largest utilities expect to spend some $13 billion to reduce the risk of wildfires. California's adding more covert 19 mass vaccination clinics, even though short supplies have forced it to ration doses, and Al Jazeera journalist who has been detained since 2016 and.

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Indonesia's Sriwijaya Air plane feared to have crashed after taking off from Jakarta

Bloomberg Businessweek

00:41 sec | 10 months ago

Indonesia's Sriwijaya Air plane feared to have crashed after taking off from Jakarta

"After leaving Indonesia Airport authorities in Jakarta say they lost contact with the Boeing 7 37 500. Departed early Saturday afternoon local time a statement from the airlines free We JIA Air says the plane was on a 90 minute flight from Jakarta to Borneo, with 56 passengers and six crew members on board. Al Jazeera says local TV news is reporting that fishermen in the area have found what appears to be wreckage from an aircraft. A radar tracking service reported on Twitter that flight SJ 1 82. Lost over 10,000 ft of altitude and less than a minute about four minutes after departure, the Indonesian Transport Ministry says they're investigating and

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Saudi Arabia says it seeks a way to end dispute with Qatar

Monocle 24: The Globalist

03:09 min | 10 months ago

Saudi Arabia says it seeks a way to end dispute with Qatar

"I think that we should talk about the gulf because the gulf cooperation council due to meet in riyadh on tuesday to discuss a potential end to the blockade of qatar. That has been going on since twenty seventeen And obviously this is provoked Quite a bit of coverage about whether we will finally see a deal and see an end to this blockade So if for example you look and you have to look pretty hard but you will find coverage in the saudi daily arab news Which started with statements from the kuwaiti ambassador to saudi arabia. Says there is a for tunnel and positive atmosphere ahead of the talks. And how credible is the report of fraternal positive atmosphere Extremely good question. A lot of the coverage that we see so for example if you look At some of the coverage online at fronts. Twenty four Aljazeera tells aljazeera which is Very much the focus of some of the irritation from Blockading countries for that coverage They help they also covered this story. it took me a while to find that story to interestingly enough But they both they give different reasons for how close or how far this this group of countries might be to a resolution so if you look at france twenty. Four they mentioned A coach an analyst is saying that bahrain hasn't signed but the other blockading states have They quote The abu dhabi minister for foreign affairs on walker gash a big figure saying that political and social atmospheres in the gulf are looking to end the koto crisis. If you consider that to be a meaningful statement But if you look at what. Al jazeera is doing They kind of casually mentioned that you know any deal. won't be a comprehensive agreement it will be a set of principles and they say the pressure is on saudi from from the us To come to an agreement But the the uae has. It's own agenda so quite different versions of the same situation. What will break this. Because there's no way surely that kosovo will say we supported terrorism. Yes we're too close to run. That's very true. I mean previously. There was a list of i believe it was about twelve points that The blockading states for trying to get caught up to agree to that. Included things like shutting down Their state broadcaster aljazeera And qatar essentially said well. We're we're going to wait it out and did nothing as far as we can tell At least from the outside And so i think that what the customers have shown is that they can outlast this. So i mean i think it will really start with the idea that any agreement has to be a negotiated on more reasonable lines Looks like it will be about things like use of saudi airspace for example And so things you know if they start negotiating along things that where you might be able to reach agreement then an agreement perhaps could be on the horizon.

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Dozens of Al Jazeera journalists had their iPhones hacked this summer by state-backed attackers

Mac OS Ken

02:07 min | 10 months ago

Dozens of Al Jazeera journalists had their iPhones hacked this summer by state-backed attackers

"A seriously troubling security story and gadget ran a piece over the weekend saying that the phones of thirty seven journalists most of whom worked for al jazeera were hacked. Using an i message vulnerability that had been present for roughly a year. That's according to findings from citizen lab reported by the guardian. According to the peace the zero click attacks left no trace and would have allowed access to passwords microphone audio and even snapping photos. The expert was reportedly part of a software suite from nso group. Wikipedia says nso group as an israeli technology firm who spyware called pegasus and the remote surveillance of smartphones. And they're saying don't get us according to end gadget the nso groups that it was not familiar with citizen labs claims and maintain that it doesn't have access to targets data. It said that it investigates any instance where there's credible evidence of misuse by customers and that the software is only meant for pursuing criminals. Apple said it couldn't independently verify citizen. Lab's work but said the attack was highly targeted and that it always urges people to install the latest versions of ios. speaking of which i s. Fourteen is believed to plug this particular hole as for. Nso's argument that their software is only meant for pursuing criminals. Who gets to decide who those are and gadget says. The exact motivations for the hacks aren't clear. But there were four that appear to have origins in saudi arabia and the united arab emirates and and at least two cases acted on the government's behalf so long as the findings says n. gadget. They suggest that some countries are still abusing. so group tools to spy on critics and dissidents. Of course you can just call them criminals and it's cool right

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"al jazeera" Discussed on Cyber Security Headlines

Cyber Security Headlines

02:52 min | 10 months ago

"al jazeera" Discussed on Cyber Security Headlines

"Attackers stage. A dry run get solar winds in october. Two thousand nineteen. Yahoo news is sources. Say the operators of the attack conducted a test of the campaign five months before the supply chain attack began in earnest. This test sent files without back. Doors through signed updates to orion seemingly detest they would actually be delivered and detected and updated. Faq by solar winds indicates that this was the first modification to its updates. It was aware of in related. News and analysis by the wall street journal farsight security and risk iq identified twenty four organizations that installed solar ones orion platform with militias backdoors installed including cisco intel invidia. Vm-ware belkin kent state university the california department of state hospitals and deloitte nso group spyware reportedly used against journalists a new report from security researchers at citizen lab at the university of toronto details. How government operatives used the pegasus spyware from nso group to attack the phones of thirty-six journalists producers and executives at al jazeera as well as journalist at el arab tv in london the attack was carried out using the click kismet exploit chain and i message that worked against phones running. Iowa's thirteen dot five dot one or earlier. Apple said at pets vulnerabilities seemingly with iowa's fourteen. Cia agents exposed with stolen data. A new report in foreign policy looks at the impact of data stolen by state-backed groups and other ap tease round twenty thirteen. The cia began to notice that undercover operatives in africa and europe began to be rapidly identified by chinese operatives. This marked a period where the us intelligence community noted a general professionalization of china's intelligence operations building infrastructure to process that data. They were already collecting both officially and illicitly as well as general rooting out of corruption that previously led to deep penetration into the chinese government. In the early two thousands china began tracking flights and passenger lists it also when after biometric data at airports like at bangkok this information was correlated with data gathered on an attack at the office of personnel management in two thousand twelve which leaked personal data from twenty one point five million people that data could be analyzed to figure out who was a us agent pair that information with travel data and you could figure out who from china those agents met with and with the background data indicating who might be approached at becoming sa asset europol. The european commission launch a new decryption platform. This platform was lodged in collaboration with the european commission's joint research center designed to aid authorities in decrypt information that is obtained lawfully in criminal investigations and managed by your oppose european cybercrime centre functionally. This platform will use in-house expertise with both software and hardware tools to provide effective assistance to national member. state investigations. National police forces from member states can now send lawfully obtained evidence to europol for decryption.

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SolarWinds hackers breached US Treasury officials’ email accounts

Cyber Security Headlines

02:52 min | 10 months ago

SolarWinds hackers breached US Treasury officials’ email accounts

"Attackers stage. A dry run get solar winds in october. Two thousand nineteen. Yahoo news is sources. Say the operators of the attack conducted a test of the campaign five months before the supply chain attack began in earnest. This test sent files without back. Doors through signed updates to orion seemingly detest they would actually be delivered and detected and updated. Faq by solar winds indicates that this was the first modification to its updates. It was aware of in related. News and analysis by the wall street journal farsight security and risk iq identified twenty four organizations that installed solar ones orion platform with militias backdoors installed including cisco intel invidia. Vm-ware belkin kent state university the california department of state hospitals and deloitte nso group spyware reportedly used against journalists a new report from security researchers at citizen lab at the university of toronto details. How government operatives used the pegasus spyware from nso group to attack the phones of thirty-six journalists producers and executives at al jazeera as well as journalist at el arab tv in london the attack was carried out using the click kismet exploit chain and i message that worked against phones running. Iowa's thirteen dot five dot one or earlier. Apple said at pets vulnerabilities seemingly with iowa's fourteen. Cia agents exposed with stolen data. A new report in foreign policy looks at the impact of data stolen by state-backed groups and other ap tease round twenty thirteen. The cia began to notice that undercover operatives in africa and europe began to be rapidly identified by chinese operatives. This marked a period where the us intelligence community noted a general professionalization of china's intelligence operations building infrastructure to process that data. They were already collecting both officially and illicitly as well as general rooting out of corruption that previously led to deep penetration into the chinese government. In the early two thousands china began tracking flights and passenger lists it also when after biometric data at airports like at bangkok this information was correlated with data gathered on an attack at the office of personnel management in two thousand twelve which leaked personal data from twenty one point five million people that data could be analyzed to figure out who was a us agent pair that information with travel data and you could figure out who from china those agents met with and with the background data indicating who might be approached at becoming sa asset europol. The european commission launch a new decryption platform. This platform was lodged in collaboration with the european commission's joint research center designed to aid authorities in decrypt information that is obtained lawfully in criminal investigations and managed by your oppose european cybercrime centre functionally. This platform will use in-house expertise with both software and hardware tools to provide effective assistance to national member. state investigations. National police forces from member states can now send lawfully obtained evidence to europol for decryption.

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"al jazeera" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

Daily Tech News Show

01:47 min | 10 months ago

"al jazeera" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

"Zoom also announced the release of its universal app for mac os for videoconferencing client scaredy researchers at citizen lab at the university of toronto detailed an espionage campaign that uses an exploit against the personal phones of thirty six. Al jazeera journalists. This appears to have been a no click exploit meaning that journalists didn't have to do anything except connect to an unknown server after militias code was sent from apple. The report claims the code for the exploit belongs to the spyware company s o group in a so group said it does not have knowledge of who its clients. Use it soft. Which of its clients. Use it software but investigates any credible charges of misuse. The report found the exploit was effective on almost all. Ios devices not updated to fourteen all right back. brace yourselves. This may be startling to hear but there is yet another report technical glitch with cyberpunk twenty seventy seven players are now reporting. That game saves over eight megabytes in size result and warnings that quote saved data is damaged and cannot be loaded according to the game's developer. Hd project read. These thieves can't be recovered but the issue may be resolved in a future patch. The developer recommends using an older save and to keep a lower amount of items in the game to avoid the issue like weekend. Update just now. Or i just can't even get through it without laughing a little bit by the way real quickly. I just want to point out that when we say it was sent from apple apple says that it is investigating this that protects people's data. So i think it should have read appeared to have been sent from apple. We'll we'll we'll dig into that a little more all right. Let's talk a little bit more about The us relief package and what it means.

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Al Jazeera journalists ‘hacked via NSO Group spyware’

News and Perspective with Tom Hutyler

00:30 sec | 10 months ago

Al Jazeera journalists ‘hacked via NSO Group spyware’

"Watchdogs Citizen Lab at the University of Toronto finds dozens of journalists at Al Jazeera have been targeted by advanced spyware likely linked to the governments of Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates. Al Jazira zone by Cutter Citizen Lab says malware on the personal phones of reporters, producers and executives of the media company were traced to the Israel based NSO group. Apple hasn't been able to identify independently verify Citizen lab's analysis, but is reassuring Users and S O doesn't target the average iPhone owner

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"al jazeera" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

02:26 min | 11 months ago

"al jazeera" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Cowboys and we'll have that for you right here on 7 20, WGN, beginning at 3 P.m.. There was supposed to be a third game, the Steelers and Ravens that's been postponed to the cove. It 19 the forecast from the WGN Chicago Weather Center. A storm system from the past couple of days have brought all the rain and some snow is moving on out in its wake. Plenty of clouds today, maybe a patch or two of leftover drizzle. Otherwise, a break in the clouds Look for have only 46 degrees Tonight. Partly cloudy, colder, low 33 tomorrow Partly sunny high 47. There should be plenty of sun over the weekend. Mostly sunny Saturday. 48 Sunday mainly sunny, mild high 50. And there's a storm system developing east of Chicago on Monday, it could Clippers with some snow, windy and cold on one do with a high of only 37 from the WGN Weather Center. My camera. We've got 45 degrees in wheeling. It's 46 Can Kiki 46 Juliet 44 in Lansing, 45. Degrees at O'Hare and 44 degrees along Chicago's lakefront Just reminder. The U. S. Markets are closed today due to the holiday. They'll be back open tomorrow for your stock Purchasing needs hunt Black Friday. I'm Ryan Burrow on Chicago's very own. 7 20, WGN. Hi. I'm really could be the host of the take by Al Jazeera three times a week. Our podcast helps you make sense of the world one story at a time. Find us wherever you listen to podcasts and that al jazeera dot com slash to take stay tuned Rock on TV and Exhibit direct from the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame is back at the Museum of Broadcast Communications and now extended through November. Check out artifacts from the Beatles, The Jackson five Sonny and share Elvis, Eric Clapton, Lady Gaga and more. Or the Museum of Broadcast Communications is located. 3 60 North State Street in Chicago. For info and tickets, go to a museum, doc TV and for $2 off each ticket. Use the promo code, WGN. Let's rock on TV. For the one standing guard. For the eagle eyed for the Knights in shining armor, and for all those who support them. We are Granger. You're experienced safety partner offering supplies and solutions for every industry committed to helping keep your facility safe and your people safer. Call click ranger dot com slash safety or just stop by.

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"al jazeera" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:30 min | 11 months ago

"al jazeera" Discussed on KOMO

"Let's go find us wherever you listen to podcasts and at al jazeera dot com slash the take home all this time, 6 54 traffic and weather now and here's Kierra Jordan. We have very wet roads that are slowing down a lot of commutes this morning north and only five is heavy from highway 16 to River Road. Then we start to get stacked up approaching highway 18. Continuing toward to 72nd where we had an earlier crash. There's also scattered flowing from 5 16 into South Center and heavy in Seattle. From the north end of Boeing Field to Seneca North found 99 is now growing between the First Avenue South Bridge and diagonal little pockets of slowing south and I five coming out of the every area and then more slowing out of Linwood and into shoreline south and four or five crowding and can you park Also seeing some brake lights is you're pulling away from state route 5 to 2. He's found five twelves been heavy from the mall to the Valley Freeway, staying slow out of north Puyallup into Pacific. Now I'm actually seeing a small back of this forming south and 167 pulling away from Ellingson, and that's a little bit out of place there. North and 167 also busy from highway 18 toward to 77th and less about 18. You're seeing some pockets of slowing between 167 and 95. Our next Cuomo traffic at 704 traffic. This time is sponsored by Beacon Plumbing, heating and electrical called Begin today and say $50 on all electrical work. Just call 1 800 freaking and stop freaking called Begin. Starting to see some of the showers moving out of the Seattle metro areas till a few showers in Everett and up into the cascade foothills especially rainy this morning around granite falls..

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"al jazeera" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

New Jersey 101.5

01:54 min | 1 year ago

"al jazeera" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

"Saturday nights after my show, So if I'm being careful, you be careful too. Okay, let's see if anybody is encountering any dear. I hope not. It's New Jersey. Fast tracking chip from Obama had to go on open my big mouth about how great the parkway look this evening. And wouldn't you know it? All of a sudden we've got South Bend the least their Union County heading south of 1, 35 and Clark. Into the Woodbridge area. Looks like construction going up right near the colonia Rest area to write lands are closed. So slowdowns right now for about a mile, maybe a mile and a quarter again starting south of exit. 1 35 otherwise. At least for the time being. Parkway looks good and no major incidents on the main line of the turnpike. You will see roadwork on the Hudson County extension that affects you both ways on the North Bay Bridge and the other big issue we have right now is in union. It's a crash on route 22 eastbound heading back out to the Garden State Parkway, so still seeing a lot of slow traffic in the area. Some westbound rubbernecking as well and watch out for a crash on Route four. In the angle. What area right after Jones Road delays fairly light. Looks like the George Washington Bridge still fairly tough. Once you get out about mid span on the upper deck, there was a crash coming up from under the apartment's on the Alexander Hamilton Bridge as you try and get out to the cross Bronx Expressway, So that's the issue. No waiting at the tolls, but a big jam on the bridge. Reject pretty slow, too. So if you're not in a truck, you want to stick with Lincoln or Holland Tunnels. This report sponsored by Unbound out orig, a girl in Kenya dreams of becoming a doctor on elder in Guatemala dreams of being part of a community you can reach out and change their world and it'll change your own unbound dot org's Traffic every 15 minutes. Your next report 10 18. I'm Jeff from a New jersey One of 1.5, New Jersey one a 1.5 Wait days we talk And weekends. We rock fast traffic and instant weather every 15 minutes. Listen on our free app and on New Jersey one a 1.5. Hi. I'm Millie could be loud Host of the take by Al Jazeera. Three times a week..

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"al jazeera" Discussed on DocsAndMore

DocsAndMore

04:17 min | 1 year ago

"al jazeera" Discussed on DocsAndMore

"Watch the film together Because we were hoping to be able to do that in one of the early festival screenings but with everything pitting online that something. That's a bit delayed until appoint point unknown at this time. But we certainly will be doing that. Because i think it's one thing to watch on your own. But i think it will be a different experience for us to watch together. The whole continent of africa has a huge and rich history of telling stories. All documentaries there all the anew. Certainly for india documentaries is still very kind of knew they kind of gaining ground but very slowly is most such a such a popular way of telling stories is the same true of africa. I mean i'll documents beginning to gain ground their way of storytelling. I mean i think within. The african context documentaries have been made for many many years. I think that you know the challenge. And the disconnect is often access access to international markets access to international broadcasters festivals. Who who would help to screen and distribute their contents and and also difficulties on the financing side. Because if you look at a country like india that has much more advanced film ecosystem. Their networks to tap into compared to many african countries who don't have film institute's who don't have Either government film funding agencies like you have in europe. Or who don't have private donors who are really valuing and investing in filmmaking and documentary filmmaking specifically so i think there are many many wonderful african documentaries made. It's just a disconnected. Do they get finished. Do they get finished at a production level where they can be sold to an international broadcaster. Be that you know. Cnn or bbc or al jazeera or whoever it is in are they being able to be seen outside of their countries in africa..

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Oluwatosin Olaseinde  Africas Financial Literacy Queen Says Be Careful Who You Trust

My Worst Investment Ever Podcast

05:45 min | 1 year ago

Oluwatosin Olaseinde Africas Financial Literacy Queen Says Be Careful Who You Trust

"Fellow risk-takers. This is your worst podcast host Andrew Stanton. I'm here with featured guests tosin on the say in day tosin. Are you Menu Rock. Yes, I am ready to rock. Let's go. I know you are and I know because I see you rocking it every day on Instagram video. So I've been trying to get you on the show and I'm so happy to have you and let me introduce you to the audience tosin is a professional accountant with over ten years of experience spanning across accounting audit financial management and Taxation. She is the founder and CEO of money Africa and edtech platform that enhances financial literacy and Investments leveraging on technology person is a Washington Mandela fellow. She was a finalist at the future Awards in 2019. She was selected as one of the top 100 women by the leading. Ladies Africa. She was awarded one of the top eight Traders by CNBC Africa and 2012 and is a member of the golden key International. Honour Society post office. Spoken at tedx and It's featured on BBC UK Al jazeera's Guardian as well as others. And of course you can hear her and see her every day on many Africa on a gram but doesn't take a minute and fill any further tidbits about your life. So Monday Africa started as a passion project you just wanted to teach people about money that you got my first degree at age of twenty. And even that was an accountant. I struggled with my money. I was living from hand-to-mouth. So I wanted to change that for other people to didn't have to make the same mistakes. I did so after letting about right and district and speaks and wanted to speak to a Nigerian Market using the same language using the same examples things that you can relate to and that's what we did. So we have over 4,000 subscribers in our platform and we've reached over a hundred thousand people online and offline. I'm really excited about it. That is exciting. I'm curious when you started it. You probably had some Vision wage. But in reality things went a different direction, but we're successful. I'm curious. What did you think you were going to be doing with it versus what you are doing or or was it straight on target to be very honest. It wasn't really just the hobby. So I just opened an Instagram page and I just wanted to share my lessons with people right? I just turned Thirty and I was like gosh, you know, I made so much so many mistakes and when I was younger, I just wanted to teach people and I just said I'd posted and like wildfire 1000 followers then we so 5,000 followers. Then we saw $10,000 then then Instagram had only one that needs to be viewers. You couldn't do more than that, right? So they were like, oh totally what more we want more and then we said we go let's go and let's have horses were being as you know, let's have physical classes. So in all honesty, I did not see any growth this way. It really just happened the markets responded positively and they were responding to them as well and just collect get creating products for them. You know, I I can totally picture that wage. Cuz I mean here I am in little old Bangkok and I really know nothing about Nigeria and certainly about the Nigeria Market. Although I'm learning a lot these days as I was talking about with you before but but I can say is that when I saw you on the video it just you know, it makes you just want to stand up and cheer because you know, you bring so much energy so much passion to what you're doing and you know, sometimes you know, you're just talking about Bank earnings, but you know, you still bring that energy and passion to it. And so I always try to make a comment like whoa. Yes awesome. So I imagine that it's growing because I think you do have a lot of passion and I think you share that with the audience. So that's also one of the reasons why I wanted to get you on the show to share some of that passion with my audience. ATT I'm very excited to be here. Yeah. Well, so let's get started. Well now it's time to show your worst investment ever and since no one ever goes into their worst investment thinking it will be home. Tell us a bit about the circumstances leading up to it and then tell us your story a fantastic. So this was in 2017 and at this time of the year off, right the Bitcoin was gaining so much momentum at the beginning of the year was like $2,000 and it was $3,000 and it kept growing now remember I'm straight account and I only I know about basic things and I know the stock market and all this other thing but click on just sounded very futuristic. It's not a very abstract. I just don't understand it now. He's a friend and he always tells me about his really oh I made so much money this I did that I did that. I wanted a piece of the pie right? So what I was accustomed to I a mutual funds or stocks, I think know I got a job. I do understand it. So I was living on my friends knowledge, right it kept telling me about all his wings and then in the midst of it all it went from two thousand to five thousand. I remember when it hits $10,000 and I can't wait anymore. I need to get it. So I reached out to him and I said listen, I want into some of those pie and was like definitely that's not a problem we can get you in now at this point, but Bitcoin now was about $18,000 way about so I handed over a large sum of money Andrew huge sum of money to this person to help me investigate cause I thoughts because I was so futuristics. I can understand it. I wouldn't know how to navigate it and I needed to actually speak to this person that actually knows how to go about it. And

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Khmer Rouge's chief jailer, guilty of war crimes, dies at 77

Pacifica Evening News

02:31 min | 1 year ago

Khmer Rouge's chief jailer, guilty of war crimes, dies at 77

"Comeere Rouges chief jailer known as White, who admitted overseeing the torture and killings of as many as 16,000 Cambodians while running the regime's most notorious prison. Has died at the age of 77 had been serving a life prison term for war crimes and crimes against humanity. His trial took place in 2009. He was the first senior come here. Rouge figured to face the United Nations back tribunal that had been assembled to deliver justice. For the premiere Rouges brutal rule in the late 19 seventies, which is blamed for the deaths of 1.7 million people. A quarter of Cambodia's population. At the time as commander of the top secret to all sling prison. Wake was one of the few ex Commie Rouge acknowledged even partial responsibility. For his actions, and his trial included his own wrenchingly graphic testimony of how people were tortured at the prison. The site in Phnom Penh, which had been a secondary school before the come here. Rouge came to power. Is now a museum was stunning evidence of the cruelty with which the Premier Rouge persecuted even its own members they accused of disloyalty York, saying is the director of the Documentation Center of Cambodia. Which conducts research on the Comeere Rouge regime, she told Al Jazeera. There's been no justice for those who were tortured and killed in Cambodia. There is no closure to the mass crimes committed by the my Rouge dirty death today yesterday, it's just another reminder of justice denied. But wait, We must remember that that was a small fry. What's not one of the senior leaders of the he was one of what a direct one of 200 prisons established by the fire, and I was in a prison where 30,000 were killed, including my mother. The tribunal. Since Deutsch trial has been has convicted two top at Chalon come your Rouge leaders while two other defendants died before throughout their trials could be completed. The other whose appeal is under consideration. The former head of state almost certainly will be the last one to face trial due to the Cambodian government opposition to anymore

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Will the Beirut explosions cause a humanitarian disaster? | Inside Story - Al Jazeera English

Barnett Financial Hour w/ Rick Barnett

00:30 sec | 1 year ago

Will the Beirut explosions cause a humanitarian disaster? | Inside Story - Al Jazeera English

"Last week's massive explosion in the port of Beirut is unleashed a powerful explosive rage amongst the people of Lebanon. The staggering destruction will only magnify Lebanon's multiple humanitarian catastrophes. Its people pushed even deeper into poverty and despair by an accident that appears to have been totally avoidable. At this point, though, it remains to be seen whether the disaster will service along awaited catalyst to dislodge an entrenched political class responsible for years of graft. And mismanagement.

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Coronavirus strains Florida health system as some hospitals in Miami-Dade run out of ICU beds

Pacifica Evening News

00:34 sec | 1 year ago

Coronavirus strains Florida health system as some hospitals in Miami-Dade run out of ICU beds

"Dade County, the country's epicenter for the virus, ran out of intensive care unit beds yesterday. Dr Nicholas name. Ius is chief of trauma and surgical care. At one of the state's largest hospitals. Jackson Memorial in Miami, He spoke to Al Jazeera. Emergency rooms are backing up, and it is quite a feat now. For the administrators, TTO find an appropriate bed for emergency room patient to go to one that fits their covert need.

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"al jazeera" Discussed on Scoop B Radio | #SCOOPBRADIO | Brandon Robinson

Scoop B Radio | #SCOOPBRADIO | Brandon Robinson

01:46 min | 1 year ago

"al jazeera" Discussed on Scoop B Radio | #SCOOPBRADIO | Brandon Robinson

"He owns out. Don't worry if you didn't catch any of that. Lake will be into description. Radio with Brandon Robinson skokie radio. down. In a teams components will. Be The Philadelphia Seventy sixers earlier this week. He expressed else. That he's. He almost decided not to play on. Certain. He doesn't know what to expect. If you pay attention to the news cycle the other day, he showed up to Orlando I would have a whole body suit on. Nasty gloves and all. You know they're depends on who you asked. MEA, there are some players who have expressed to me on that they are. They can't wait the play. No others are. On the fence and some of the players have. Made mention to the fact that they don't like the food in the bubble, but I think that's the least of their worries the. A product on the floor because they don't play. And they don't fulfill seventy games the. NBA will lose two billion dollars. I think from Lebron James. I'd be pretty motivated. I noticed a family guy the other day. When he flew out to Orlando, there's going to be missing his family for some time and I think that's something that's very understated. Some of these guys on married and have families, and they got a lead their families for three to four months while their beer diets while their husbands. Bubble so from the Brian James. Heavy is the head the crowd that you wear. It's got a lot of things considered a you know hopefully in the Lakers. Misstate Safin while they compete in the talks over. You bring a toughie. Bring the Dunkin..

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Chinese researchers isolated deadly bat coronaviruses in Wuhan labs

John Batchelor

05:36 min | 1 year ago

Chinese researchers isolated deadly bat coronaviruses in Wuhan labs

"The best question that will be asked in one hundred years from now is where did it begin the origins of the fires that shut down the planet and Bangor the best economy the United States had ever seen in all of the solar system where did it begin I welcome bill Gertz of the Washington times he's the national security correspondent at times he's also the author most recently of deceiving this guy inside communist China's drive for global supremacy Bella very good evening to your hard news reporter and therefore congradulations is part of your job however we spoke in late January and at that time you alone were reporting the suspicion that somewhere in a lab in Wuhan and will be specific in a moment came the virus that we're now plagued with I noted in these last days a number of very global reports financial times al Jazeera Reuters that fox news etcetera have all echoed that report with the details that somewhere in the trump administration of the national security apparatus our source or sources confirming the labs the labs I will name because they're in your careful reporting this is the will hand institute of virology to labs one the blue hens center for disease control and prevention would you tell me as a P. two lab the other a national biosafety lab oratory in Wuhan would you tell me is the P. four what do we know now about the origin of the virus in one or all of those labs good evening to you bill well it could be on the program John thanks for having me on the key elements of these laboratories is that they have been conducting extensive research for the last twelve years into bat coronaviruses and the new Wuhan virus it's now rave raging and ravaging countries across the world is about corona virus so both of these laboratories according to Chinese state media have been engaged in this research work in fact China has boasted that of their obsession with viruses since the outbreak in two thousand three of the sars virus China has decided that it's going to investigate viruses and just in the last twelve years they've uncovered two thousand new viruses and to give you a little context there for the two hundred years before that there have only been discovered about twenty five hundred viruses so they've almost doubled the number included in this two thousand are several hundred of these corona viruses and which we know now can be deadly to humans and can spread rapidly and are highly contagious so we're in the midst of dealing with this crisis and China has been totally irresponsible acting as a communist dictatorship with active in covering up deceiving deflecting criticism and basically making this disease for worse than it should have been had it been detected early and had steps been taken by the communist regime to stop it what do we know and what do we want to know about the virus in those labs how it got out of those labs and do we have a date for when we're looking there is just unofficial information and in fact you mentioned said that sources were revealing this information this week yes I reported in January the key here was that fox news had information from sources they wouldn't even say government sources and they went to Donald Trump during one of the coronavirus task force briefings and they asked him is this information accurate hoping that trump would confirm it and give legs to their story unfortunately the president basically punted and said he did not want to discuss it but the two labs in question one is the national biosafety lab it's it was built by the French and was completed in twenty fifteen and I reported in my Washington times column that the French hesitated in transferring this because they understand very well that in China there's no distinction between military and civilian facilities the same factories that make refrigerators make intercontinental ballistic missiles same with their research laboratories so there's been there is known to be a covert Chinese biological warfare program and clearly the Wuhan institute of rock virology is involved in that covert program what we don't know is the extensive work that they've done on bat coronaviruses now there have been a number of studies published by the Chinese in fact this one researcher her name is she John Lee and she's famous as the bat woman of Wuhan she works at the Wuhan institute of virology and she reported in January that it's clear that one of these bad corona viruses could escape and it could escape in China well as a reaction to that the Chinese have cracked down on publication of all reports relating to the origin of the virus another indication that there's a lot of information that they know that they're not sharing with the

Ripening Your Cervix for Labor

Kathy Fray's MotherWise Podcasts

06:02 min | 1 year ago

Ripening Your Cervix for Labor

"Everybody it's can for here from otherwise and welcome welcome to another. We've been up podcast this little many women that we talk about tonight. The topic is all bat. How to help help your Subic's become really soft and ripe really dilating when you go into Labor? Sorry look these. His secrets have been used for thousands of years. meaning that midwives since don't time have been helping women with with elections in potions and things to help a woman's civics Dada tight. Civic says that opening of the word so we knew it pregnant you. You'LL SUV as long and feminine. It sort of feels like the tip of your eyes and by the time that it's soft and ripe in really to actually type into during Labor it soft and stretchy it feels like Hewlett ups so their prices is These are some Products out there that you can get now. I'm not here. I'm formally endorsing them because I'm not an actor pet so what I'm doing. His is passing you on some hemp and types from my experience over years and years of being on the coalface in the front line and and seeing how they do positively A woman's selects. So you still need to do your own highway and find out. Your things are make sure that you're we're happy and speak with your local naturopathic medical hubris tiny I pay acupuncturist subtract. I would. He's tight to necessarily talk about metro pathy to a medical doctor and least trained nature faker. Otherwise you're asking them their opinion on something donate surely his full training on are kite so these basically areas of your things that you can do that ripen a civics and in things that you can do when you hit thank civics that can maitre you to go into actual like that. So I'm GonNa go into these old. I love deep a lot of Deepak If we and my mother wise and a super great my masterclass and this is part of my senior vice. Ix per game where people pay a weekly or monthly subscription to get access to my huge online two-night library twenty seven. Plus all of my full length with Anna's NAUSEAM podcast End Our weekly live. Check where we can. I can answer any particular questions. Sorry it's another thing that you might WanNa think about during and hand. I'll put the link on a coming on the bottom of this so you can check it out if you wish okay so anyway. It's just one through these quickly and you can knock some of these up yourself office without so fiercely. Nature's sunshine is a brain that produce product code find W which stands for five weeks And you take it in the last five weeks if you'll pregnancy it's full of HIPSTER figures for a long long long long long time. Lots of European hips primarily a really wonderful to help ripen a Subic's and you take it from its cold five W. because he's take the last five weeks and said it's from city five weeks and so get some new product and these also they Emeka Mak- six fifty six cold evening primrose oil and that comes in thousand milligram capsules and you can take that early early and finally sorry. I'm always great to be taking in those last few weeks outside really from fifty seven weeks on what's with that and you can puck a little hole in them and When you go to bed shoved went up to the very Beckham? Have you ever China. Which is where you'll save excess and Lee your suv kind of drown and evening primrose oil night because it as his a a natural sort of Defeat of helping to ripen the accent the actual kind of goes out. Typically when you go for way in the morning yes yes I think he's a really good things to be during now seeks as good to help them to ripen a civics at because it contains male ejaculate it contains prostaglandins and then the other things that are really good a your reflexologist et hymie apathy particularly con- Afam and Somme Amis So what tiny open. Faith I sort of team to have shortened names which people know about said it's one called that spouts a U. L. and another one that spout. Say I M ICEE and those can be great little tinctures to be taking swell and again it would be good to be speaking to your own. Naturopathy homeopath a pat. Trust refixed holiday season in. Look the one thing I would say is do everything. You WanNa get obsessed with ripening your civics because the ripe it the civics x the shorter the lighter and the shosha Elijah the crooked the in the quicker the much lower chance that you're going to need a heaping keeping labels of paint Al Jazeera epidurals which have dramatic high risk factors into the into the base. So tonight that the more normal waking thanks then the least chance your baby is going to habit traumatic with dramatic vice. I'm delivery by agency agency Caesarian or Megyn space. I'm volunteers so forceps which the common common outcome of

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A CAmpaign To End The Celebration Of New Years

The Promised Podcast

08:12 min | 1 year ago

A CAmpaign To End The Celebration Of New Years

"Welcome to the promised by gas. Brought to you on T. l. v. one the voice of the city whose worthies and Burgers in the nineteen thirties launched a campaign against the celebration of New Year's which in mandatory Palestine as in Modern Day Israel was known as Sylvester the name borrowed from Pope Sylvester the first thirty third pope of the Catholic Church who was buried and in the catacombs of Priscilla in Rome on December thirty first and who was beatified on December thirty first date became known as Saint Sylvester's Day or the Feast of Saint Sylvester which feasts came to stand for the reveries of the night dividing the last day of the year from the first day of the New Year in Israel as in Austria Italy Lee Bosnia Germany Slovenia Slovakia Switzerland Luxembourg left in China Poland and the Czech Republic France Croatia and probably elsewhere as well now on December remember twenty seven thousand nine hundred eighty four for instance. The paper hired-in reported that the city had been plastered with posters quote sponsored by the rabbinate and the the Hebrew community calling for residents not to celebrate this holiday Silvester as it is foreign to the spirit of Judaism they ask the owners of houses of pleasure and cafes not to rent their rooms for these purposes and quote Davar reported in the same year that deputy mayor Easter Iraq who fifteen years later would ascend to to mayor addressed the city council about quote the question of the holiday of Sylvester that is setting down roots in Tel Aviv. FEE proposal of Mr Rocca was accepted saying at the city council of Tel Aviv sees in the foreign custom of Sylvester celebrations a definitely unwanted thing which is in opposition to the spirit and traditions of the people title of Israel and asks all cafe owners and owners of large halls in the city not to organize Sylvester parties. A committee was chosen to speak with cafe owners owners etc about this matter and quote a year later in nineteen thirty five the municipality itself published this notice quote the city sees itself as obligated to remind owners of cafes and restaurants this year once again of the need to refrain from having public celebrations in honor of Sylvester Eve. This custom to celebrate the holiday of Sylvester believe in public Jewish circles in the Hebrew city harms the national lifestyle that is taking form in the land of our forefathers. This claim is aimed also at the General Oh public some of whom admittedly only a few make a practice of celebrating this holiday with debauchery and loud social parties obviously the municipality and the the citizens of the city will treat with respect anything undertaken and done in honor of this day by those residents of the city and their guests who are not Jewish for this is their holiday and quote in a year after that in one thousand nine thirty six of our reported after the fact that quote several cafes such as the Lawrence and Savoy had special holiday programs in Tel Aviv. There there were many private Sylvester parties mostly from the circles of immigrants from Germany until morning. There was much car traffic and many walking on foot. One of these people who return to his home home after midnight under the influence of alcohol startled the volunteer firefighters with a false report of a fire end quote in nineteen thirty nine. The paper beaucaire made its feelings things about known with a one line article with a banner headline on page three the article in its entirety. Read quote on Silvester Eve. Eleven people committed suicide in new. You Work and quote in one thousand nine forty. The religious paper hot so fat reported this quote I witnesses say that a man of Israel at midnight in Tel Aviv especially in the North would forget that he lives in his own nation and land semester celebrations were celebrated in several coffee houses Jewish houses in the Hebrew city and whomever was indies coffee houses which elevated the celebration to the top of the top and drinking and debauchery would forget that we live in times of emergency. The New Year by the general accounting is not for us. It's the Jews. But it is a New Year for trade and bills and money's silvester celebrations are not Jewish celebrations in the land of Israel. Especially and only those who became habituated to these celebrations collaborations in foreign lands the lands of assimilation fail to Wean themselves of this habit. Even after they pass through all the circles of hell they returned to their iniquity in the land of Israel Israel. These are just one chapter of the spiritual and moral decline that is evident in our public life especially in the first Hebrew city the glorious tel.. Ah Vive end quote now to celebrate. Silvester Twenty twenty in the glorious Tel Aviv. There were hundreds of events for instance one could welcome the New Year with the Abba Tribute Band Carney or or go to Cooley Alma for their annual gala. Three for one Christmas New Years Novi Bash the bootleg was hosting a centers party quote unquote the hostile hosted hip hop new year's breakfast on Rothschild had funke Meli and these were just a fraction of what was on offer so grand was the celebration that the municipality itself posted this on facebook from the legendary Tel Aviv. EDM Club the block quote mayor e high. I don't feel so good. I won't be coming into work tomorrow and quote quote this post from Iraq Tel Aviv Tel Aviv municipality itself. Yes there was the battery in the city. All right one could pretty much find any form of depravity ones. Momma might have worn one against save perhaps for the badgering bullying browbeating of the burgers. About how you really shouldn't go to a drag show on New Year's in the first Hebrew city in the Jewish state and arguing nothing captures the spirit of the city. Well Tel Aviv. Dafa better than a tradition reaching back. Almost ninety years of offsetting the ideological severity doctrinaire rectitude a to enforce the citizen of the hidden who ain't kidding of joyless Orthodox Zionism and greeting each new year. Hal each new day with playful exuberance heterodox selective Goya's and lots and lots of alcohol and seeing the first Hebrew city is a place not just for spiritual fulfillment but also for fun fun fun and more heretical. Still Bill Finding spiritual fulfillment in fun. Fun Fun with us. In the studio is the woman who's lovely prose is like a killer party and everyone's invited I speak of course of Alison gap and Summer Alison for Politico Than Republic foreign policy the Jerusalem posted. Jt the Ford and many other of your very best papers magazine is a columnist for Arts. You heard on. NPR PRI where I and the BBC and you've seen her on twenty four television and Al Jazeera TV and other places as well. She holds a World Centre Award for Journalism Recognizing Excellence and Diaspora reported anytime and rock our award for excellence and covering Zionism Eliane Israel. I was how was your Silvester. Oh very boring. I'm not a big New Year's eve person but it always takes me back to. When I first arrived in Israel in the nineteen eighteen eighty s and like most Americans had never heard of Saint Sylvester or New Year's Eve being referred to as Sylvester so when people started talking about Sylvester? What was the only Sylvester? I was familiar lady Birds Sylvester the cat. tweet neighbors I was like what are they crazy about the cartoons. I it took me a while to like and still now when I hear about Sylvester immediately that like cat face POPs. What's up in front of me? I thought I thought also in the studio with us as a man who is exhibit a rather than spiritual and moral decline in the city seems to be gaining in spiritual and moral seriousness through the generations. I speak of course of Os Zelter Zubeida Zelter writes and reviews books for arts including waiting just a week ago in the past he hosted a weekly show on TV on arts and culture in Israel and he is a political activist of passionate power charm and charisma insight and intelligence Ohad. Oh how is your Silvester. I was dancing on a wooden bar dancing on the bar. Because somebody in this room should have had a proper nears eve right now that's Great throughout my neck from dancing so hard I think that means that I partied as much as I could dance on your neck. No is is now painful because identity on my feet that that is a badge of honor. Yes angry my name is Owen. I don't meet the boasts upgraded the operating system on my phone last week and ever since I've been receiving hectoring messages about how I don't sleep enough and maybe it's time for me to go to sleep right now and how. I listened to an awful lot of podcast and oh I listen to my music. Too loud ended ended. I know that long term exposure to loud noise can be damaging to my hearing. And I really don't WanNa Brag about how I have maintained my youthful lifestyle

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Turkey's Erdogan meets Qatar's emir to discuss regional issues

Monocle 24: The Globalist

07:09 min | 2 years ago

Turkey's Erdogan meets Qatar's emir to discuss regional issues

"Two thousand seventeen cutter has been cut off by many of its neighbors. Informer partners how welcomed therefore must be a visit from a friend. Turkey's President Register type Edwin arrived yesterday for talk to the mayor and what was billed as regional all issues and bilateral relations over law is editor of Arab Digest. Them delighted to say he joins me once again in the studio. Welcome back bill. So who exactly exactly one Visiting and what exactly is on the agenda here so the visit is with the Emir Tamim and what was on the agenda. There was some military aspects aspects. There was some trade deals There was a basically a A rea- refocusing on the relationship. Underline that This is a good relationship and and the Emir was reminded of course that Turkey had supported cutter when this feud I broke out. wrote this Fight the so-called quartet. That's the Bahrainis the Emirati the Saudis the Egyptians launched its land air and sea blockade. Back back in June of two thousand seventeen. The accused the categories of all sorts of misdeeds including supporting terrorism Essentially broke down to this. That is that the Iraqis were unhappy with the a copy of supporting the Muslim Brotherhood. And the Saudis didn't like Al Jazeera and wanted to just shut down The charges his of terrorism. Well you know. All of these Gulf states have questions dancer. But there's support for terrorism in the past So to point the finger at Advocaat theories as being the sole Purveyors of terrorism was at the time and absurd An absurd position take in any event. back Scott raise. There was a refusal to for anyone back down. I mean the Khatri's I think played it well but the Turks came in and Iranians and supported them because initially this land the NC blockade meant that for about forty eight hours shelves in. Doha were emptied because it was a sort of sense of. How are we going to get good? How are we going to get supplies? And the Turks and the Iranians said. Don't worry we'll help you and if you go to Doha's I did Even a year ago the shelves all stocked with Turkish products. Pretty much So that was good for the Turks financially really economically. They're able to sell their goods goods into into shops in in Doha In terms of the military side of it there was a Turkish base that based now been gussied up. I guess you could say and there's five thousand Turkish soldiers there That base The more money was spent on it again. Reinforcing business sense that you know we're your friends we've got your back. Why is this happening now? We'll in part because it looks like this feud between the the so-called Quartet Tete and and and the Qatar is beginning possibly to wind down. And you know football is. Football teams have landed landed in Doha on Monday. This is ahead of the if you're not if you're not following the Arabian Gulf Cup. And Kevin Kerr courses for quite as closely as you perhaps should basically the the the football was the least important thing this had happened this week. Wasn't it it was the fact that the Saudi team use the kingdom's air carrier Saudi Arabian island to go through Kesari airspace and land in Doha. And everyone is now saying that football trump's all kinds of political article confusion and and And disatisfaction the the blockades down. Isn't it. Well we'll have to wait and see what I mean it's interesting. The Saudis is basically broke their own blockade as you said they they they flew direct from Saudi Arabia into into Doha and And we're we're we received with open arms at the the airport but the Iraqis they went through Kuwait. They chose to go through your weight and then live in Kuwait into Doha. Still sort of maintaining a facade. But but you're right. The fact is that The teams are there. They've been welcomed and The indications are that yeah this blockade which was always a kind of a silly sort of thing anyway because it didn't benefit anybody other than the Iranians really. What does that mean? What does it the ending of the blockade Turkey though because a moment ago you suggested? That's it's actually. Turkey was a real friend. Indeed when everything went wrong is does other ones visit have anything to do with timing care just as a little reminder that just things that getting a little bit get about. Let's do don't forget that we were your friends during times of trouble. We were there for you and we backed you. And I think I don't want to just wants to underline that it may be that some of the pressure the quid pro quo. If you will for the Saudis placate we'll see we'll cool down on your on your friendship with the Turks and does not want to see that happen after all Cutler is a is a valuable asset. Really if you think you know in terms of the Gulf the other Gulf states particularly friendly towards the Turks at this stage they didn't like what was doing coming into Syria There are other issues that that that the Saudis Nimrod is not particularly happy with the Emirati is for example. Don't like the fact that or the one very much supported the Muslim Brotherhood and many Muslim Brotherhood. People have wound up in in Turkey So so there are lots of lots of issues there and You know I think just simply wants to say look I'm here. Don't forget about me. He wants to keep that outside going. Well can Turkey then then you know gain from the relationship with Casa in in addition to the enormous amount of export that it does. I think it's a billion dollars worth of exports food went from Turkey to cut and it's not just food is chemicals. It's practically everything keeping this this country gaming well you know. The Cutler is the wealthiest country in the world per capita That's one of the reasons they were able to ride out. This blockade okayed a pretty smoothly The Turks are also selling them weapons equipment one hundred tanks I've been sold or on the process of being sold to to Qatar. You might ask what a country with An indigenous population of two hundred seventy five thousand people need with one hundred tanks. And where exactly you're gonNA park those those tanks but Anyway that's that's one area that they're very keen on and also as they say it it keeps US connection the Iranians and and Qatar share a gasfield field in the Gulf and and keep that connection with Iran which again or the one as a season itself as a as a regional power player on this is Jocelyn going on the Iranians rainiest the Saudis or the one himself is playing a very clever game in this process and headquartered successful visit in Washington. Didn't he considering doing the anger of Congress against what he had done in northern Syria he was able to skate in there. And trump gave him usual laudatory Support and and and then from there he goes the Doha he reinforces the relationship there so he is playing this kind of regional superpower bid car. I think he's playing at a reasonably well below. Thank you very much. Indeed for joining us on monocle. Twenty

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Puerto Rico's new governor says she intends to remain in office

On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

02:37 min | 2 years ago

Puerto Rico's new governor says she intends to remain in office

"On to the <hes> to the american commonwealth of puerto rico. The new governor wanda vazquez sought very hard to avoid having to assume the top job there during an extended political crisis <hes>. She is now the third governor in a week to hold the job job here. She is however speaking at her swearing in ceremony wednesday <hes> you'll hear interpretation provided by al jazeera english. I saw my god daughter. I'm taking this job help as your governor at this historic moment without ever having any political aspirations but now the firm desire to complete my mission to serve the people in the best way. I can suzanne gumbo. Give us a feel for what's been roiling puerto rico and why this story is so important i'm like so i think a better question is what hasn't been roiling importers because <hes> you know you go back to fiscal crisis that has been going on for a long time. Passable has excuse me puerto. Rico has a this debt. It can't pay it doesn't have the money <hes> attempts to fix that with austerity sturdy measures from a board that was appointed by by congress that nobody likes <hes> puerto rico that has always felt like it was not a it's not a full it felt like a territory of the united states which is <hes> has wanted to be able to govern itself more then it has the hurricane and the hurricane devastates estates the islands. I was there two weeks after it happened and you know seeing people trying to survive without electricity doctors trying to do procedures <hes> people needing medicine and that needs to be refrigerated so you know this. It was really interesting to me to see <hes> the demonstrations that were out in the streets because when i was in puerto rico after the hurricane i was surprised not to see people out in the streets and i i wondered what would it take for people to demonstrate because they were starving. They were unable to get around. They again like i said unable to get medicine and dan so there clearly is a roiling over the corruption that they've seen in the sense that the in a sense that the that the political infrastructure there at that then governor ricardo rossello you know was essentially part of a corrupt establishment and that his chosen replacement <hes> whom the supreme court said wasn't seeded legally who and knocked out a couple of days ago that he was part you know tainted by that that that same impression right

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"al jazeera" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

05:03 min | 2 years ago

"al jazeera" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"Running? No, no, no. Have you heard her thoughts on nine eleven? Really really power might be against it. Well, you got chocolate in my peanut butter. Together, we have. All right. Here's here's a lot. You're talking about nine eleven and care and admits creation. Founded after nine eleven. Day recognized that some people did something. Wait what? Starting to lose access to our civil liberties. Oh, okay. So that's our description of nine eleven. People did something. Sure. Yes. Muslims killed three thousand innocent Americans. That's the something these people did. But it is hard to argue with the idea that this some people did something that is true. It is some did something unusual. I've never heard it before. And then for you know, first of all care wasn't developed after it wasn't put together after nine eleven. No. She just said, I know she did she lies. Yeah. Care was actually started by the Palestinian council, which is a direct arm of the Muslim Brotherhood. The Palestinian council was was told you need to have a think tank, which has been since to spend it you need to have a propaganda arm, which became care engineered to have a fund raising arm for HAMAs, which was eventually those people were thrown in prison. So the only one that is remaining is the propaganda arm of the Muslim Brotherhood and the sister organization of HAMAs. She's amazing that's care, and and they reformed in the nineties. Right. So maybe you could say they were formed after the first World Trade Center bombing. But not. Nine eleven and formed. You know, she makes Muslims American Muslims sound like the victims of nine eleven. They weren't. They were not there. Yes. But I mean, you cannot again disagree that it was formed after some people did something that is true. It is still. That one this woman needs to go. She is really. Here's a tweet from her. I recently met with couple of people to talk about Hoda Abdulamon, but I'm in Amman. Some people some people political prisoner in Egypt. I hope Trump brings up her case in his meeting with the regime that is imprisoned her now the regime that imprisons was Al I'll sissies regime the one who put the Muslim Brotherhood out of business because wherever what they were doing. They were burning churches down and crucifying Christians. And all of that stuff. She said that regime imprisoned her we must work to free Hoda. Okay. All right. So who is she? She's just wonderful wonderful person that happens to be directly connected to the Muslim Brotherhood. This is a terrorist organization a terrorist organization, by the way. One of the one of the people I think that she is posing with in a picture was featured in an Al Jazeera produced video dramatizing mom situation as a human rights crisis. Now, this is the boy in the picture with a lotta mar bump. She is she's posing with the son of this Hoda woman that is in there. He after he was on Al Jazeera. She reached out. She's like, oh, I wanna help your Muslim Brotherhood. Mum. Why? Well, because again care who is holding our hand the entire time is a the parent organization of I'm sorry. The parent organization of care is the Muslim Brotherhood. If the Muslim Brotherhood has people in prison. She's going to stand up for them because she is being backed by the propaganda arm care of the Muslim Brotherhood. This is this is this is foreign agents kind of stuff. Yeah. I mean. She she calls herself a second class. She's tired of being treated like a second citizen. I don't know goes on to say, I don't have one of those little Gullam pins might precious that that make me beyond a citizen. Not a congressman. How can she be a second took her in as a refugee and made her.

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"al jazeera" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

02:45 min | 2 years ago

"al jazeera" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"I mean. The insanity of all this. Try as they might try as they might the insanity is unbelievable. And this didn't even happen in the United States, and the mass murder wasn't even an American. But you see they heard Trump they hurt his language. They they're projecting. They wanted to be. So that's how insane this is. They wish it were. So that this guy was traveling around with a brochure Trump for twenty twenty. That's what they want and they bring in a conga line of haters. Of the insane. Who go on and on and on? Do these people sound like they care about the forty nine souls who were slaughtered in New Zealand in two different mosques. Do these care spokesman sound like that. No, they don't do these reporters sound like it. Almost sounds giddy. And to bring in somebody from Al Jazeera. To mainstream aljazeera while you're trashing Fox News left. And right. This is how low they've sunk. This is how low they have some. These are the same media institutions that tried to destroy Cavanaugh. There are more than happy to repeat the lowest form of is you can ever turn on a human being that he was involved in gang rape that he raped a woman on a boat. When they knew it couldn't be true. He's a man of faith fifteen years as a circuit court judge. And now they're off to the races again. What exactly has the president of the United States done or said to deserve this nothing? Nothing. He said nothing at Charlottesville that supported the KKK or the Neo Nazis. A matter of fact, he said time and time again, then in that comment to the press before and after. And let's say he had this mindset is a white supremacist the clan and the Neo Nazis. Why would he say what he said today about the slaughter of Muslims? Why would he have tried to intervene twice? At the gassing of Muslims in Syria. Why would he do that? If he didn't care..

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"al jazeera" Discussed on WRIR.org 97.3FM

WRIR.org 97.3FM

04:08 min | 2 years ago

"al jazeera" Discussed on WRIR.org 97.3FM

"To end the impasse. The battleground now appears to be over who gets the spoils as the country goes bankrupt with Russia and China wanting to salvage their loans in competition with US bondholders threatening to seize Venezuelan assets, like the oil and gas retailer citgo, then we look into Trump's ongoing public and private chastising of the national security community following the release of the intelligence communities two thousand nineteen worldwide threat assessment which places Russia and China at the top while indicating North Korea is not giving up its nukes and Iran is sticking by the deal they made with Obama a former top intelligence official with the CIA and the State Department Mark Lowenthal, president of the intelligence and security academy joins us to discuss. How Trump who claims he knows more than his generals appears on interested in what the intelligence community is trying to tell him and assess what lessons Mark students could take from a situation in which the president is telling his own intelligence advices to. Go back to school calling them passive and naive. Then finally, we will examine the remarkable and telling tweet by Nancy Pelosi asking what Putin might have on Trump either politically personally or financially and as concerns grow that the Muller investigation might not be made public. There has been a bipartisan push in the US Senate by senators Blumenthal and champion Grassley calling for transparency and the public release of the reports findings Lisa graves co director of the watchdog group documented who served as a senior advisor in all three branches of government as deputy assistant attorney general the Justice department as chief counsel for nominations on the Senate Judiciary committee, and as a deputy chief for the US courts joins us to examine whether the Mueller investigation will be protected and made public. Joining us now from Caracas Venezuela is Virginia Lopez who was a journalist who has covered Latin-American Venezuela for the garden. And Al Jazeera English. Welcome to background briefing Virginia Lopez, thanks and Virginia. I promised to call you. We talked recently because we're waiting for the big demonstrations that took place on the anniversary of the nineteen fifty eight removal of the military government by popular rebellion. Now. Of course, you have a major standoff as the sort of things close in on the Madero government with the US effectively cutting off cash by sanctioning the oil sales to the United States. And there's some question about the future of the retail outlets citgo. The United States has given on widow. The president of the national assembly access to all of Venezuela's assets abroad, particularly in the United States. There are lots of leans against the Venezuelan government going back to hookah Chev as nationalization of Canadian mine. Companies etc. At this point from what I'm sort of looking at it broadly. It seems like the battle is gonna at the end of the day again to be about the creditors. It's like it's like a country going into bankruptcy. You got the Chinese and the Russians on the one hand making their claims. And then you've got the Americans in the American bondholders on the other making their claims if that is the landscape upon which we're operating Amish we're jumping ahead a little bit. Do you see that as a as a foot of valid frame to look at where we're heading him. Certainly I think that the the one thing that people were expecting to happen, which was a military. Switching sides a didn't take place. So now, the the struggle seems to have passed onto the financial arena. So yes, I think that you're accurate. And what's happening there on the ground today? Thursday, there's been some nine outside petrol stations, but other than that life goes on as usual..

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"al jazeera" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

04:23 min | 2 years ago

"al jazeera" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

"This is on point Meghna Chakrabarti. We're talking this hour about whether or not climate change to also be seen as a global health emergency. I'm joined today by Dr Regina laroque. She's an internal medicine and infectious disease specialist at Massachusetts General Hospital. She co-authored a perspective paper called climate change, a health emergency. It appears in the New England Journal of medicine just published last week. Dr Mona Sarfaty joins us as well. She's executive director of the medical society consortium on climate and health at George Mason University center for climate change communication and just wanna play another example here because there are so many before the break, Dr Laurent we were talking about heat. Well, a meteorologist declared Japan's record heat wave in the summer of two thousand eighteen natural disaster sixty five people died at least sixty five due to the heat. A here's a report from al-jazeera in July. Japan is fighting back against the heatwave. That is striking many parts of the country. At least twenty two thousand people have been treated in hospital for heat strokes at least twenty two thousand people treated for heat stroke in Japan last summer, again, one of many examples that we could we could pick from. But Dr Sarfaty let me just start with you on a basic question. Here we have had a multiplicity of reports from the United States federal government from the international panel on climate change from the World Health Organization about climate impacts have the health effects of climate change been as as central to these reports as you'd like to to see. We know that climate change is harming health of people all over the United States. In addition to the world, and some people are at greater risk mentioned several of the types of folks who are at greater risk before pregnant women children people who live in areas that are greatly affected. People have lower income who can't get out of harm's way. When a storm threatens and some communities that have already faced environmental injustice, and unless we act these harms will get we'll increase so we must we must move forward with solutions, and the medical society consortium is informing the public and policymakers that these harms will worsen unless we act, but we know what we need to do. And that's the good news. We need to decrease use of fossil fuels income. Greece clean energy and energy efficiency. And the sooner we do that there will be health benefits that will be widespread because reducing fossil fuel use will mean that we'll have cleaner air and cleaner water. And we know that that will improve health of people Dr Rocco had dumped in here. Well, I just wanted to say that I think this piece in the New England Journal is really a call to action for doctors, nurses, and other health professionals in this country to step up and take ownership of climate change as a fundamental health issue. You know, we are the most trusted sources of health information for people around the world and in this country. And I think it's our responsibility to be one hundred percent clear that this is a real threat to the health of our communities and our patients, and we need to use our individual and collective voices to spread that message, far and wide you call it a moral obligation while I think that's true. I mean, we we're not. Scientists. But we're also healers where people who have chosen to dedicate our lives to making people healthier and to reaching out a hand to somebody who's sick. And I think the data are clear that this is a crisis of public health and people need to hear from us about this. They don't want to just hear about this from intergovernmental panels on climate change. They want to hear about it from physicians and people they trust. Well, so about this notion of doing new harm right as the as the fundamental drive for for physicians as healers what about change begins at home as well. Because I was really quite surprised to see that ten percent ten percent of emissions of climate emissions in the United States, come from the healthcare sector. Yeah. I mean, the numbers are really surprising..

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"al jazeera" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

02:14 min | 3 years ago

"al jazeera" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Naval. I and a couple of cops and stuff like that. Great stuff on the blog as well. Yep. They'll be even better stuff coming up here soon. But this was this. This was this shutdown. Everyone was talking about locally. But anyway, the other one goes on and on and the house and Senate leaders have canceled the Dr Martin Luther King day recess unless there's a sudden resolution there's not gonna be a resolution. I promise you that. The Democrats are getting what they wanted. Most people are blaming the president for the shutdown because of his holding out for the wall. And the the truth is when you see those surveys, first of all most of them are left wing organizations that are doing the surveys, so they tend to be left leaning. And but the second thing is generally people who want the wall are for the shutdown people who are against the wall. Are against the shutdown and people who are impacted by this in a major way. And there aren't that many? But there are some they are against the shutdown, obviously. But not necessarily against the president. They're just wanting to see the shutdown come to an end. It depends on where you look to see who's impacted by. I'd love to hear you who has been impacted as far as our listeners are concerned. Yeah. If you have been impacted and we didn't get any calls on their yesterday. But if you've been impacted or you know, somebody who's been impacted by the shutdown of the government, let us know the hearing about it every day is getting me impacted if you know what I'm saying. I know what you mean. And the other thing is why in the hell is congress getting paid? What didn't they get shut down? Would you believe crazy? Would you believe this headline if you heard it a new survey finds that four in ten Americans either are affected by the partial shutdown or know somebody who is? Yeah. You believe? That I don't think I'd do that sounds like a left wing thing. It comes from aljazeera dot com. Oh, Al Jazeera. Oh. Or whatever, I don't even know how you talk that way. That's my. Oh boy..

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"al jazeera" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

01:59 min | 3 years ago

"al jazeera" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Six forty four stimulating talk is is the Gary and Shannon show Brian Kelly and figuring, you know, you're you're seeing the American media is covering the border situation. You use the most photographed migrant of all time that women dragging two kids in their underwear. Out of the way of the tear-gas. What she was there. Don't ask that don't don't ask anything about. Why? She was there any of that fall. That's American media. How does aljazeera covered this, you know, keep in mind, eight hundred million people in the Middle East, and the and the Arab Muslim world or watching Al Jazeera? They're watching reports that of North America, not an English, but narrow topic. And so there's a friend of mine, I sent him a link to the story as it's being broadcast in era bec- now does your, but there is an Al Jazeera English. And I do have to point out the disclaimer here this. I guess I don't know if YouTube starting to do this for political stuff for news, but on the elder English YouTube page, they have a disclaimer that says Al Jazeera is funded in whole or in part by the government, and I can answer that in whole by the government. But anyway, the Amir, of course, just wants the truth around the world. Just don't point your cameras back at Qatar. Don't say something like winter women, we don't vote for the winter. And besides that even when women winter women get a vote for the never my women. What am I gonna vote for the mirror? Just don't ask that. So anyway, this is this is how they covered the down there at the border night before last aljazeera English riding by the dozen at the US Mexico border Central American asylum-seekers prepared to jump the wall into the United States. So let me stop right there. Remember, he said Central American asylum-seekers. They're all asylum seekers, you one would have that impression as if he went and. Talked to absolutely everybody. And they all said, let's take a group vote. Yes. We're all asylum-seekers. Anyway, he identifies him as every one of them has an asylum seeker. I haven't seen my.

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"al jazeera" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

01:57 min | 3 years ago

"al jazeera" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Family in two months, but brought now God willing will reach out drain been values is from Honduras. He knows crossing over will be difficult. But he says he's committed to making the jump. Let's see if I'm cool. Well, a complete in fought for Sodom if I'm deported. I guess I'll keep moving forward where we'll whoa, whoa. Whoa. Whoa. But you're in asylum seeker, I thought the point was to get caught. That's the point. That's how you've been briefed is to jump that fence and then look for authorities and plead an claim asylum. But this guy is saying if I'm caught I'll plead asylum cooled, well a complete in fought for software. Well, a complete in fought for Sodom if I'm deported. I guess I'll keep moving forward. Luckily, aljazeera provided me his name. So anyone that the border patrol listening? This is Marvin sa- bias Marvin sabinas, and you have him here. I'll tweet this link you have him here saying that he's not actually asylum-seeker if he's caught he'll claim asylum. This hug. Yeah. That's what we'll do totally. This is an older section of the wall, but border patrol agents are watching from the other side national guard troops are also on the lookout for passing migrants. These kids out the rain as we came closer to the border patrol agents. So let me put a fine point on this. So they're now at the fence on the Mexican side aljazeera crew, and they're engaging border patrol personnel. On the other side. Hey, it's a driving rainstorm you. You were all here. You all saw the holiday bowl it turned into a into a mud wrestling and Utah wasn't ready for that. It was raining sideways on New Year's Eve, which is when this was and you don't take kids out in weather like that and the border patrol had the the untrammeled malevolence the point that out to Al Jazeera or also on the lookout for passing migrants..

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Donald Glover and Rihanna's Guava Island

Lori and Julia

00:54 sec | 3 years ago

Donald Glover and Rihanna's Guava Island

"Filming something together when these images leaked online since then neither artists has posted anything about the project on their social media channels. So she gave a little teaser. You know where this comes from? Why why there's so much mystery? Why manages Riano do you know, Al Jazeera exactly what do they do? What is Jay z and more notably his wife do as of last couple of years do with their album released in the middle of nowhere knows exactly the same thing. Exactly. The same thing. Lindsey next level. Yeah. I'll look at you know, kinds of flavor. Forget flavors the bad players lemonade. You're right. When that is just like what in the middle where? The tour that they're on now. The last three years. It's been all about breaking the internet, just like Ralph. Okay. All right. There you go. So all right. So that

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