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05:51 min | 3 weeks ago

"al qassam" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

"I'm Ari Shapiro and Mary Louise Kelly. Israel and Hamas have agreed to a cease fire starting tonight. This comes after 11 days of fighting at enormous cost. Palestinians say at least 230 Palestinians have so far been killed, including 65 Children. In Israel. Authorities say 12 people have been killed, including two Children. NPR's Jackie Northam is following the events tonight. She joins us now from Jerusalem. Hey, Jackie. Hey, Mary Louise. Okay, give us more detail. What are you hearing about this cease fire. Well. The Israeli government issued a statement saying its security cabinet unanimously voted to accept an Egyptian initiative for a bilateral ceasefire. It's expected to begin around two a.m. local time. Hamas spokesman has, Um al Qassam told NPR that if Israel stopped its air raids in Gaza, they will talk about a cease fire. But if they continue, there will be what they say an escalation on the ground for sure, and just to note Hamas has made several conflicting statements over the past few days about a cease fire. You know it Z early. Still, there are some details that need clarification. But we do know that there are ah lot of serious issues on both sides that still have to get worked out. And, frankly, Mary Louise, even if a cease fire is declared That doesn't necessarily mean the fighting is going to stop. No. Well, give us a little bit more of a sense of what it is like they're on the ground. I know you were down in southern Israel earlier today, an area that has been pummeled with rocket fire. What were you hearing from Israelis? You're right. We were in a place called sterile it, which is the closest Israeli town to Gaza, and it's it's used to being kind of on the front line during conflicts between Hamas and Israel and no different this time I spoke with a senior security official in the region, a yell hodge be and he says about 900 rockets have landed in this area. A lot of them have been intercepted, but still Um, you know, that's about a quarter of all the rockets fired at Israel and that many people have had to evacuate. But you know, he said, despite that people in the area want the military to continue to pound Hamas targets. So that they're no longer a threat. Here. He is speaking through a translator, lawyer messages that were steadfast thing in this area. What we're going through. And we will continue and live here and build and develop here. Hodge B and others in the South may want the fight to continue, but it seems now that's not going to happen. Well, let's look across to the Gaza side of the border where there are so many challenges, even if we get a cease fire, and even if that it does in the fighting. You bet. I mean, Israel pounded Gaza during this conflict carry out more than 1000 airstrikes. And as you mentioned earlier, more than 200 people were killed. But you know, large apartment buildings were demolished and you've got the last count was 58,000 Palestinians who have fled their homes and you know buildings, they're gonna have to be re constructed roads. I'm gonna need millions of dollars for reconstruction and you know who's going to pay for? It may very well be part of the negotiations along with different types of aid as well. Just either side come out of this stronger You know, Hamas is likely going to say they stood up for Jerusalem and the Palestinians, but you know they could face anger amongst their own people about all the destruction there. Um, Israel said it was teaching its enemies a lesson, but it has drawn a lot of international concern. Criticism. Including from the U. S congress about how much force it used in the high number of civilian casualties and you know that debate will continue. NPR's Jackie Northam reporting tonight from Jerusalem. Thank you, Jackie. Thank you merely with India has been grappling with a catastrophic surge of covert 19 cases and the impact of that is also being felt in Africa. African countries have been counting on a company in India for nearly all their vaccine against the Corona virus, and that company Serum Institute of India announced this week that it doesn't expect to export any vaccine until the end of this year. NPR's Nurit Eisenman reports. When covert cases surged in Malawi last January, Ali Nava Casillas family was hit hard. His sister was the first to get sick. Disease killed her just before her 44th birthday. She'd been healthy. Had a job in a bank was the heart and soul of their clan. Oh, my goodness. My goodness. My sister was everything you know, in in any family, you have that costume. Who is able to connect you with everyone else. Then another sister, who had cared for his first one came down with symptoms. Then Casillas 13 year old son got sick while at boarding school. See, it wasn't even allowed to visit him while he recovered. This is a nightmare. I mean, the whole situation or so nightmare. And so in March after the first doses of covert vaccine finally started reaching Alaoui and Cassia got his shot. It felt like a day he'd remember for the rest of his life that was like one off. Right now, it doesn't look like Malawi is going to get any more doses. The manufacturer providing the vaccine Serum Institute of India has halted all further exports. Cassia, who is country director for village reach, a nonprofit that helps Malawi's government with vaccine rollouts. Says he feels like all that relief and hope is being snatched away. You feel the gains that were made with the first job will be kind off, you know, dilated..

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"al qassam" Discussed on KCRW

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08:15 min | 3 weeks ago

"al qassam" Discussed on KCRW

"Give us a ring are the way kcrw dot com This is all things considered from NPR News. I'm Ari Shapiro and Mary Louise Kelly. Israel and Hamas have agreed to a cease fire starting tonight. This comes after 11 days of fighting at enormous cost. Palestinians say at least 230 Palestinians have so far been killed, including 65 Children. In Israel. Authorities say 12 people have been killed, including two Children. NPR's Jackie Northam is following the events tonight. She joins us now from Jerusalem. Hey, Jackie. Hey, Mary Louise. Okay, give us more detail. What are you hearing about this cease fire. Well. The Israeli government issued a statement saying its security cabinet unanimously voted to accept on Egyptian initiative for a bilateral ceasefire. It's expected to begin around two a.m. local time. Hamas spokesman, Hasim al Qassam told NPR that if Israel stopped US air raids in Gaza, they will talk about a cease fire. But if they continue, there will be what they say an escalation on the ground for sure, and just to know. Hamas has made several conflicting statements over the past few days about a cease fire. You know it, Zerlina. Still, there are some details that need clarification. But we do know that there are a lot of serious issues on both sides that still have to get worked out. And, frankly, Mary Louise, even if a cease fire is declared That doesn't necessarily mean the fighting is going to stop. No. Well, give us a little bit more of a sense of what it is like they're on the ground. I know you were down in southern Israel earlier today, an area that has been pummeled with rocket fire. What were you hearing from Israelis? You're right. We were in a place called stirred a lot, which is the closest Israeli town to Gaza, and it's it's used to being kind of on the front line during conflicts between Hamas and Israel and no different this time I spoke with a senior security official in the region, a yell hodge be and he says about 900 rockets have landed in this area. A lot of them have been intercepted, but still Um, you know, that's about a quarter of all the rockets fired at Israel and that many people have had to evacuate. But you know, he said, despite that people in the area want the military to continue to pound Hamas targets. So that they're no longer a threat. Here. He is speaking through a translator messages that were steadfast thing in this area matter what we're going through. And we will continue and live here and build and develop here. Hodge B and others in the South may want the fight to continue, but it seems now that's not going to happen. Well, let's look across to the Gaza side of the border where there are so many challenges, even if we get a cease fire, and even if that it does in the fighting. You bet. I mean, Israel pounded Gaza during this conflict carry out more than 1000 airstrikes. And as you mentioned earlier, more than 200 people were killed. But you know, large apartment buildings were demolished and you've got the last count was 58,000 Palestinians who have fled their homes and you know buildings, they're gonna have to be re constructed roads. I'm gonna need millions of dollars for reconstruction and you know who's going to pay for? It may very well be part of the negotiations along with different types of aid as well. Just either side come out of this stronger You know, Hamas is likely going to say they stood up for Jerusalem and the Palestinians, but you know they could face anger amongst their own people about all the destruction there is Real said it was teaching its enemies a lesson, but it has drawn a lot of international concern. Criticism. Including from the U. S congress about how much force it used in the high number of civilian casualties and you know that debate will continue. NPR's Jackie Northam reporting tonight from Jerusalem. Thank you, Jackie. Thank you merely with India has been grappling with a catastrophic surge of covert 19 cases and the impact of that is also being felt in Africa. African countries have been counting on a company in India for nearly all their vaccine against the Corona virus, and that company Serum Institute of India announced this week that it doesn't expect to export any vaccine until the end of this year. NPR's Nurit Eisenman reports When covert cases surged in Malawi last January. Ali Nava Casillas family was hit hard. His sister was the first to get sick. The disease killed her just before her 44th birthday. She'd been healthy. Had a job in a bank was the heart and soul of their clan. Oh, my goodness. My goodness. My sister was everything you know, in in any family, you have that. Who is able to connect you with everyone else. Then another sister, who had cared for his first one came down with symptoms. Then Casillas 13 year old son got sick while at boarding school. See, it wasn't even allowed to visit him while he recovered. This is a nightmare. I mean, the whole situation or nightmare. And so in March after the first doses of covert vaccine finally started reaching Alaoui and Cassia got his shot. It felt like a day he'd remember for the rest of his life was like one off the significant moments except The vaccine could see a God is AstraZeneca, which means he needs a second dose 12 weeks after the first and right now it doesn't look like Malawi is going to get any more doses. Manufacturer providing the vaccine Serum Institute of India has halted all further exports. Cassia, who is country director for village reach, a nonprofit that helps Malawi's government with vaccine rollouts. Says he feels like all that relief and hope is being snatched away. You feel the gains that were made with the first job will be kind off, you know, dilated. So this was all for nothing Across Africa about 20 million people who are coming due for their second dose of AstraZeneca are facing the same dilemma. And that's not even counting another 140 million who were supposed to get first doses in April, May June July because African nations were outbid by wealthy countries. Practically all of this supply was purchased through an international collaboration called Kovacs, which is co led by the World Health Organization and practically all of the vaccine that Kovacs bought for Africa. Was from that one same manufacturer that's halted Exports Serum Institute of India. Dr John Incan. Ahsan is head of the Africa Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and Agency created for the region by African governments know yes threw us into utter confusion as to wait. We should reach out to get the additional doses of AstraZeneca. Okay. Nelson says it's particularly galling because those being left without vaccines are just the highest priority sliver of African populations, health care workers, the elderly. Fiona at two Headway coordinates the introduction of new vaccines in Africa for the World Health Organization. She says she and her colleagues are exploring quote all possible options to cover at least those who are waiting on their second dose. Maybe the interval between the two doses could be safely extended. Maybe they could use a different vaccine for does too. But she says the fastest way for Africa to get extra doses right now is special of AstraZeneca is those hearing by will tear countries, she says she's hardened by some recent moves in this direction by France, Sweden and United States. But she says much more is needed to read. Eisenman. NPR news Let's head across the Atlantic now for an update on a scandal that has rocked the BBC. It centers on the interview. Princess Diana gave the broadcaster a quarter century ago. Today. The BBC apologized for the way it landed that bombshell interview and the way it investigated the deceptions of the correspondent who did it. The apology follows a scathing independent report, which accuses the venerable broadcaster of a quote cover up. NPR's Frank Langfitt has the story from London in the TV business. It's called Great. Get Little known reporter for the.

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"al qassam" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

90.3 KAZU

08:14 min | 3 weeks ago

"al qassam" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

"NPR News. I'm Ari Shapiro and Mary Louise Kelly. Israel and Hamas have agreed to a cease fire starting tonight. This comes after 11 days of fighting at enormous cost. Palestinians say at least 230 Palestinians have so far been killed, including 65 Children. In Israel. Authorities say 12 people have been killed, including two Children. NPR's Jackie Northam is following the events tonight. She joins us now from Jerusalem. Hey, Jackie. Hey, Mary Louise. Okay, give us more detail. What do you hearing about this cease fire. Well. The Israeli government issued a statement saying its security cabinet unanimously voted to accept on Egyptian initiative for a bilateral ceasefire. It's expected to begin around two a.m. local time. Hamas spokesman, Hasim al Qassam told NPR that if Israel stopped its air raids in Gaza, they will talk about a cease fire. But if they continue, there will be what they say an escalation on the ground for sure, and just to note Hamas has made several conflicting statements over the past few days about a cease fire. You know it Z early. Still, there are some details that need clarification. But we do know that there are ah lot of serious issues on both sides that still have to get worked out. And, frankly, Mary Louise, even if a cease fire is declared That doesn't necessarily mean the fighting is going to stop. No. Well, give us a little bit more of a sense of what it is like they're on the ground. I know you were down in southern Israel earlier today, an area that has been pummeled with rocket fire. What were you hearing from Israelis? You're right. We were in a place called stirred a lot, which is the closest Israeli town to Gaza, and it's it's used to being kind of on the front line during conflicts between Hamas and Israel and no different this time I spoke with a senior security official in the region, a yell hodge be and he says about 900 rockets have landed in this area. A lot of them have been intercepted, but still Um, you know, that's about a quarter of all the rockets fired at Israel and that many people have had to evacuate. But you know, he said, despite that people in the area want the military to continue to pound Hamas targets. So that they're no longer a threat. Here. He is speaking through a translator, lawyer messages that were steadfast thing in this area. What we're going through. And we will continue and live here and build and develop here. Hodge B and others in the South may want the fight to continue, but it seems now that's not going to happen. Well, let's look across to the Gaza side of the border where there are so many challenges, even if we get a cease fire, and even if that it does in the fighting. You bet. I mean, Israel pounded Gaza during this conflict carry out more than 1000 airstrikes. And as you mentioned earlier, more than 200 people were killed. But you know, large apartment buildings were demolished and you've got the last count was 58,000 Palestinians who have fled their homes and buildings. They're gonna have to be re constructed roads. I'm gonna need millions of dollars for reconstruction and you know who's going to pay for? It may very well be part of the negotiations along with different types of aid as well. Just either side come out of this stronger You know, Hamas is likely going to say they stood up for Jerusalem and the Palestinians, but you know they could face anger amongst their own people about all the destruction there. Um, Israel said it was teaching its enemies a lesson, but it has drawn a lot of international concern. Criticism. Including from the U. S congress about how much force it used in the high number of civilian casualties and you know that debate will continue. NPR's Jackie Northam reporting tonight from Jerusalem. Thank you, Jackie. Thank you merely with India has been grappling with a catastrophic surge of covert 19 cases and the impact of that is also being felt in Africa. African countries have been counting on a company in India for nearly all their vaccine against the Corona virus, and that company Serum Institute of India announced this week that it doesn't expect to export any vaccine until the end of this year. NPR's Nurit Eisenman reports. When covert cases surged in Malawi last January, Ali Nava Casillas family was hit hard. His sister was the first to get sick. The disease killed her just before her 44th birthday. She'd been healthy. Had a job in a bank was the heart and soul of their clan. My my goodness. My goodness. My sister was everything you know, in in any family, you have that costume. Who is able to connect you with everyone else. Then another sister, who had cared for his first one came down with symptoms. Then Casillas 13 year old son got sick while at boarding school. See, it wasn't even allowed to visit him while he recovered. This is a nightmare. I mean, the whole situation was the nightmare. And so in March after the first doses of covert vaccine finally started reaching Alaoui and Cassia got his shot. It felt like a day he'd remember for the rest of his life was like one off the significant moment except The vaccine could see a God is AstraZeneca, which means he needs a second dose 12 weeks after the first and right now it doesn't look like Malawi is going to get any more doses. Manufacturer providing the vaccine Serum Institute of India has halted all further exports. Cassia, who is country director for village reach, a nonprofit that helps Malawi's government with vaccine rollouts. Says he feels like all that relief and hope is being snatched away. You feel the gains that were made with the first job will be kind off, you know, dilated. So this was all for nothing Across Africa about 20 million people who are coming due for their second dose of AstraZeneca are facing the same dilemma. And that's not even counting another 140 million who were supposed to get first doses in April, May June July because African nations were outbid by wealthy countries. Practically all of this supply was purchased through an international collaboration called Kovacs, which is co led by the World Health Organization and practically all of the vaccine that Kovacs bought for Africa. Was from that one same manufacturer that's halted Exports Serum Institute of India. Dr John Incan. Ahsan is head of the Africa Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and Agency created for the region by African governments know yes threw us into utter confusion as to way she reach out to get that additional doses of AstraZeneca. Cannot sing says it's particularly galling because those being left without vaccines are just the highest priority sliver of African populations, health care workers, the elderly. Fiona at two Headway coordinates the introduction of new vaccines in Africa for the World Health Organization. She says she and her colleagues are exploring quote all possible options to cover at least those who are waiting on their second dose. Maybe the interval between the two doses could be safely extended. Maybe they could use a different vaccine for those two But she says the fastest way for Africa to get extractors is right now it's between the bus because Annika is those hearing by wealthier countries, she says. She's hardened by some recent moves in this direction by France, Sweden and United States. She says much more is needed. Narrate Eisenman NPR news Let's head across the Atlantic now for an update on a scandal that has rocked the BBC. It centers on the interview. Princess Diana gave the broadcaster a quarter century ago. Today. The BBC apologized for the way it landed that bombshell interview and the way it investigated the deceptions of the correspondent who did it. The apology follows a scathing independent report, which accuses the venerable broadcaster of a quote cover up. NPR's Frank Langfitt has the story from London. In the TV business. It's called great Get a little known reporter for the BBC named Martin Bashir landed an.

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"al qassam" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

04:08 min | 1 year ago

"al qassam" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"In different languages appealing bitcoin donations amass has two distinct wings the dawa it's civilian arm and the ease dean al qassam brigade gade its military arm. The ladder is listed as a terrorist organization by the u k australia and new zealand the u._s. However does not make that distinction in regard some us in its entirety eighty as a terrorist organization. The website in question has been set up by the militant wing known colloquially as the qassam brigades the video on the website. It actually makes the claim that quote bitcoin is a currency that cannot be tracked unquote which is false false and when i first i heard that i thought this must be like a c._i._a. Front neither that or they really did not do any research whatsoever on the video that they produced well. I'm looking into this organization here. Memory is their acronym dusty middle east media research institute. They are based as a nonprofit charity in washington d. a._c. Okay and they receive quite a bit of money from the u._s. Department of state's office of international religious freedom in the bureau of democracy human. I'm anne rice and labor so they're toting water for the federal government. Yes that would be my conclusion because you got to wonder. How does a company that monitors terrorists communications unification's make money you know that's not a marketable skill set not really so the government pays them to essentially and judging from this the government that pays them to say that terrorists are using untraceable bitcoin this kind of interesting so i was looking up to see like there have been a series over times of like maps that will show like terrorist attacks and locations and sells about where they they happened in one of the a terrorist attacks. They see listed here right twenty four fatalities in burkina-fasso. It's a could to goo department and burkina-fasso. I don't know exactly where that is but apparently it was an al qaeda islamists grab suspected of the suspected terrorists who the engaged in this but the tax describe is unidentified militants launched an attack on an army unit killing twenty four soldiers and wounding seven others the heaviest loss for the army. I mean it's a senator characterize this terrorism yeah. They're characterizing this terrorism. I'm wondering how many of the terrorism statistics are them redefining because they don't want to show combat losses as combat losses so there are fatalities in a terrorist attack doc as opposed to losing in a battle annable battle <hes> it's an interesting speculation is certainly is evidently eight this video that you're talking about where they were for bitcoin currency that cannot be track invites donors to send money to bitcoin wallet. That's right. It sounds like like a a scam. I don't know but it either. These people are totally ignorant of what bitcoin actually is or this is a setup and somebody wants donations to be made to this address. Some governmental agency like the c._i._a. Wants to begin tracking who who would donate eight money to this particular fund that would be my guess you won't necessarily know who is making those donations unless you can track the wallets your yeah but so much stupid enough to do this would be stupid enough to buy the bitcoin on mike coyne base or something and turn around and send it to a terrorist group yeah yeah so i just thought that was kind of interesting and this is clearly a propaganda hit against bitcoin. It's appearing in the new york times times one of the world's most foremost newspapers out there <hes> and it's just an all out attack on on cryptocurrency and on bitcoin and you know we shouldn't shouldn't be surprised to see things like this. You've got bitcoin now at close to eleven twelve thousand where it was it today like eleven something thousand ten thousand anyway..

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"al qassam" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:59 min | 2 years ago

"al qassam" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Ready to put things down on paper or ways from that. Frankly, much hard work still in front of us. But but nonetheless, we did plows new ground and so far as talking about specifics that heretofore the Chinese really didn't want to talk about. Saudi Arabia has declared the so-called corruption crackdown a success a commission headed by crown prince Mohammad bin Salman, so the total of about one hundred seven billion dollars has been recovered from eighty seven people, and I'll temper twenty seventeen some of the kingdom's richest and most powerful people were in prison in the Ritz Carlton in Riyadh and only released after giving all the assets. Meanwhile, an adviser to Turkish president aired once as Mohammed bin Salman remains the chief suspect in the killing of Washington Post columnist from al-qassam back came amid reports the Agnes Calamar the United Nations Representative probing the murder. Lab to listen to Turkey's audio recordings of Khashoggi's murder in the Saudi consulate in Istanbul. Now Riyadh has not cooperated with the probe. And she was not granted interviews with Saudis or access to the three story building. And chancellor Philip Hammond says the EU and the UK would agree to delay Brexit. If more time is needed to pass the required legislation. It's the clearest signal yet that Britain is contemplating an extension to the March twenty ninth deadline. Pam into told itv's news, if we do get the deal, and we need a little bit more time to put all the legislation and so on in place, then I'm sure everybody on both sides. We'll take a reasonable approach to that. The Brexit uncertainty is likely to make life tricky for Bank of England officials as they meet for rate decision this week global news twenty four hours a day on air talk on Twitter, powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than one hundred twenty countries. I'm Christine Burke. This is Bloomberg menace. Thank.

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"al qassam" Discussed on REAL 92.3

REAL 92.3

02:38 min | 2 years ago

"al qassam" Discussed on REAL 92.3

"Katrina with no prima. Martin. No gina. Mike the fight with no first class with the feedback of. Field of glass. I'm just saying. Come home. You know, you can't. Writing down to kill Smith in the neighborhood. Joni. He'll in the neighborhood mid-nineties is the film that you guys gotta go. Check out Jonah quite a difference between grown up in in something in loving it. And then saying, you know, what I'm gonna presenting. And I want to present it the right way and sitting down watching mid-nineties man, I was like this is a great time piece. And when I say time, I'm even what I think I watch a little bit more than the average person. Because not only I'm looking for new did we wear those shoes? Psychotic, recycle. But you you said with that film for a little bit. Like is it like kind of releasing your baby to the world? Yes. What does that feel like out in the hallway Al Qassam like old British asked journalists like didn't get moving? I'm like, you know to me e. It upsets me because actually doesn't upset me. What what makes me angry? But it makes me proud that. I made choices that make it. So not every old ask person in the world is going to get the movie, but for us is for our culture and dope. And I really stand behind a lot of choices that everything they fought against me to put in the movie or the things I love about the move. And you know, what I love about it as well, man. Just what you use as as bumpers and background. And you know, what I'm saying? And even the fade on on forest is on that type of how come down here to movie dialogue, then it'd come back up, and you will hear the music, Dan. I was like man, this is jeans. But I do want to see how you care how y'all hooked up. His my God. This guy is doing audition. You can't say, no, okay. How brilliant is this dude in the mood? So. Let me tell you ever seen someone do a role, and it don't look like they're acting. Yes. That's the best. I got that from where I was. And it was crazy. Because when I first started I was like, I know him. And I didn't want to Google, dude. I know then as the movie started going on I was like one because even at one point. I was like does he really stay.

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"al qassam" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

01:35 min | 2 years ago

"al qassam" Discussed on KCRW

"Production of the BBC World Service PRI and w h here in Boston. There is potentially significant news out of the Middle East today. A possible ceasefire between Israel and the Palestinian militant group HAMAs HAMAs controls the Gaza Strip and over the last few days, the two sides looked like they were heading toward another all out war. It's still not clear if a new ceasefire would hold the world's Matthew bell reports. There's pressure on both sides to take a hard line up until Sunday things were going relatively, well and the Gaza Strip Egypt had helped broker a deal over the past year that was starting to bear fruit. Tens of millions of dollars from Qatar was flowing into Gaza to provide months of back pay for civil servants and for desperately needed electricity. Life for many Gazans was looking up until Sunday evening when a special is really unit. Infiltrated into the Gaza Strip and lashed out with Al Qassam brigades. The military will HAMAs Macomer Abu Saadeh teaches political science at all us our university in Gaza in the shooting that followed seven Palestinians were killed, including a HAMAs military commander the Israeli officer in command of that unit was killed as well. Besides says things only escalated from there. The Knicks day HAMAs decided to retaliate against this way. The infiltration by shooting coordinate anti-tank missile again this on his boss..

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"al qassam" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

03:41 min | 2 years ago

"al qassam" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Beginning army, initially said all its soldiers had got out of Gaza following the operation, but later confirmed one soldier had died. Correspondent Tom Bateman has been following developments from Jerusalem, what is unusual about this esscalation is that late on Sunday night. There was a statement from HAMAs armed wing the Al Qassam brigade claiming that civilian car containing Isreaeli forces special forces with inside the Gaza Strip say around three kilometers, two miles that was fired from this vehicle. They say that a local commander of the militant group was killed following that and an exchange of five and ensued between the two sides witnesses locally report, heavy tank, shelling. Israeli airstrikes in the area. Health officials in Gaza have said several Palestinians were killed in title six people died they say, including that medicine commander that I mentioned following that yet another serious escalation, it seems with rocket. Fire from Gaza. Sirens were sounding light on Sunday night into the early hours of the morning to warn of incoming rocket fire from Gaza Israeli towns that surround the Gaza Strip and anti-missile batteries shut down several of those we understand, and at least one landed in an open area in southern Israel. These rallies have confirmed that something was going on in Gaza because they say all Israeli soldiers had returned to Israel. How unusual would that kind of operation be given special forces? We can only talk about what we know. But it would be extremely rare. And I think the timing here is particularly important because this comes off that what has been a fairly lengthy process over the summit brokered by Egypt and the United Nations to try and deescalate and mediate between HAMAs and Israel indirectly listeners might remember weekly protests along the border in which many Palestinians have been killed. In Israel fire. Now, he's rail says that it is simply defending its communities and his soldiers against what it says, a violent riots that it's had explosives and petrol bombs thrown at them people trying to breach the fence in July a Palestinian sniper killed in Israeli soldier. And there have been serious esscalation that in recent weeks, they seem to have been some progress in terms of trying to mediate Israel has demanded calm and quiet on the border at as far as HAMAs being concerned. There has been it seems some kind of breakthrough to try and improve the humanitarian situation in the Gaza Strip. With cattle agreeing to pay some of the salaries of HAMAs officials now Benjamin Netanyahu, the Israeli Prime Minister was asked about that. At a news conference in Paris on Sunday and asked effectively to defend that decision to allow the money to go in. And he had said that he wouldn't shrink from military action. The he wanted to avoid an unnecessary war. Several of this comes. Just hours after he was asked those questions and after that apparent progress in not mediation process Bateman in Jerusalem. Many this morning's newspapers here in Britain as well. As in France and Germany reflect on Sundays commemorations marking the hundredth anniversary of the end of the first World War Queen Elizabeth photographed with her eyes closed during the two minutes. Silence is on several front pages here. Meanwhile, the French daily Liberacion described the Armistice Day ceremony in Paris, a sober and highly symbolic that event president Macron urge the seventy or so world leaders gathered to build hope rather than play on fair. Correspondent Lissy Williamson spent Sunday in Paris..

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"al qassam" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

07:47 min | 2 years ago

"al qassam" Discussed on KCRW

"Now are executives facing real questions about Saudi Arabia's absolute monarchy. It's brutal war in Yemen. And above all about the reported murder of journalist Jamal kashogi much Saudi money has gone to Silicon Valley, and though some tech CEO's of backed out of a forthcoming Saudi investment conference. The investments themselves remain writer on gear to dos has just been talking with audiences this week in Silicon Valley. And he's been telling them the Saudi money is tainted in recent years, the Saudi sovereign wealth fund has become one of the biggest swinging checkbooks in Silicon Valley through a kind of open secret of a front, which is SoftBank a big Japanese fund that launched. One hundred billion dollar vision fund, forty five billion dollars of that first hundred billion dollar fund was the Saudi government money and recently, they announced the second vision fund, so Saudi Arabia. If you have a startup and big dreams of changing the world making it a better place empowering, women and others. A lot of those people with a lot of those idealistic pretensions have been very happy to open up to Saudi investors. Let me just ask. How big this really? Is you just use huge numbers like one hundred billion dollars, but you are referring to spreading that money. Among multiple companies in Silicon Valley where sometimes now a company can be worth a trillion dollars. Are they just buying? I know five percent of the stock of some company it's varying. But I'll tell you an Uber. For example, SoftBank is now the largest single shareholder in over with Saudi having half of that steak, and I wanna make a really important point about what this gets the Saudis. If you're the young crown prince, you have a problem, which is that the reality of your country. Is that it's a fairly barbaric. Medieval kingdom that runs itself. In a way that is inconsistent with the UN human rights decaration that is based on the degradation of women that beheads people and that might well have murdered Jamal Khashoggi in the consulate Nissan bowl. That's a big image problem in these investments in Silicon Valley. And then getting to go to Silicon Valley earlier this year and meet Mark Zuckerberg and meet Jeff Bezos and others. He got exactly what he paid for. He got the illusory glow of being part of the future. And he got some credulous columnists to call him a reformer. So you have given one way that the Saudis seemed to benefit from this connection with Silicon Valley. The crown prince can go there and get a photo op. But do you have any evidence that win Saudis invest in a company, there are some kinds of strings attached? No. And that's not my claim. My concern. Is that Silicon Valley is not who it says, it is when you spend time out there as I just did you hear an endless parade of platitudes about changing the world empowering people creating community giving voice, and it's almost a parody of the falsity of those pretensions to raise money from one of the worst regimes on earth. That is absolutely in violation of every value. You hear thrown around Silicon Valley, and I want to be clear this financial investment is not the only thing that's happened. You know, as many listeners will remember there was this DAV votes in the desert conference. Then you've got this new five hundred billion dollar mega city that the Saudis are creating called neom and neom again had all the Silicon Valley people other corporate people on the board. And so these folks in Silicon Valley make a lot of a very important decisions about what kind of world we live in. If these people are basically, no better than chemical magnates who dump pollutants into rivers except the digital version of that. I think that's important for Americans to understand what was it like in the last several days as you're traveling in the Silicon Valley area and speaking with audiences in this place that relies on the very industry or criticizing and said, you people are showing yourselves to be immoral or amoral. You know, like you, Steve I have two kinds of conversations with the journalist. I have public ones, and I have private ones even in the public ones. There is a growing sense that they are standing on top of an indefensible mountain that America has been led by plutocrats who are fundamentally motivated by the bottom line. But who have spun us all a tale of how they're trying to transform civilization and that things need to change. But in the private conversation. Steve I will tell you deep in the bowels of these institute. There is a generation of younger people who frankly, do not believe the stories that their elders and their elders are like in their thirties and forties in the case of Silicon Valley. Do not believe their stories a bunch of people coming up in the valley. Frankly, have a much more sophisticated understanding of power the very power, they wield the privilege, they wheeled that. Some of the people who founded these companies have been catastrophically blind to unin geared dos is the author of the book winners take all thanks very much for coming by. Thank you. Steve. All right. An American graduate student has been released from the airport in Tel-Aviv after being detained for more than two weeks. We have more from NPR's Daniel estrin in Jerusalem, Laura, Al Kassam is twenty two years old and a recent graduate of the university of Florida She landed in Israel at the beginning of the month for a master's program in human rights at an Israeli university. But thirties at the airport denied her entry under a seventeen law banning activists affiliates. Did with a pro Palestinian campaign to boycott Israel Qassem used to head a small chapter of a pro boycott student group. But now, she says she no longer supports the boycott. She was held at the airport while she fought in court for the right to enter Israel, her story, caught international attention following several other cases of Israel, detaining left-wing, critics at the airport and border, and it caused some embarrassment in Israel. Hotdogs authentic deputy foreign minister to belly told Israeli radio last week that Israel's ban on Al Qasim was not very successful. She said Israel should reconsider. How it applies its entry ban. When it turns into an international issue. We lose more than we win. She said, but Israeli strategic affairs minister gala air, Dan, who led Israel's campaign to ban al-qassem defended the move. Times he said don't just look at articles in the New York Times and the media critical of Israel. He argued there are thousands of pro Israel students in the US who contend with pro Palestinian activists on campus who will support our move without Qasim proponents of the boycott divestment and sanctions movement say there peacefully protesting Israel's treatment of Palestinians, but Israeli leaders have called it a campaign to undermine Israel's legitimacy as a country, Laura. Al Qassams case reached Israel's supreme court which ruled that Qassem had not been involved in boycott activities for more than a year and had demonstrated an academic curiosity about Israel. She was released from the airport yesterday. Lira Bihar is her lawyer. It's a victory for free speech academic freedom and the rule of law. Lars case proves that thought policing has absolutely no place in a democracy, a right-wing Israeli activist groups that it would be closely monitoring Al Kassam during her time. Time in Israel to ensure she did not promote a boycott the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, which had supported L Qassams case. In court said it looked forward to having her on campus next week Daniel estrin NPR news Jerusalem. This is NPR news. And you are listening to KCRW. Good morning. This is Aaron bird in for Jason bitney coming.

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"al qassam" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

07:42 min | 2 years ago

"al qassam" Discussed on KCRW

"Only. Now are executives facing real questions about Saudi Arabia's absolute monarchy. It's brutal war in Yemen. And above all about the reported murder of journalist Jamal kashogi much Saudi money has gone to Silicon Valley, and though some tech CEO's of backed out of a forthcoming Saudi investment conference. The investments themselves remain writer on ungeared. Dos has just been talking with audiences this week in Silicon Valley. And he's been telling them the Saudi money is tainted in recent years, the Saudi sovereign wealth fund has become one of the biggest swinging checkbooks in Silicon Valley through a kind of open secret of a front, which is SoftBank a big Japanese fund that launched. Hundred billion dollar vision fund, forty five billion dollars of that first hundred billion dollar fund was the Saudi government money and recently, they announced the second vision fund, so Saudi Arabia. If you have a startup and big dreams of changing the world making it a better place empowering, women and others. A lot of those people with a lot of those idealistic pretensions have been very happy to open up to Saudi investors. Let me just ask. How big this really? Is you just use huge numbers like one hundred billion dollars, but you are referring to spreading that money. Among multiple companies in Silicon Valley where sometimes now a company can be worth a trillion dollars. Are they just buying five percent of the stock of some company it's varying? But I'll tell you an Uber. For example, SoftBank is now the largest single shareholder in over with Saudi having half of that stake. And I wanna make a really important point about what this gets the Saudis. If you're the young crown prince, you have a problem, which is that the reality of your country. Is that it's a fairly barbaric. Medieval kingdom that runs itself. In a way that is inconsistent with the UN human rights decaration that is based on the degradation of women that beheads people and that might well have murdered Jamal Khashoggi in the consulate Nissan bowl. That's a big image problem in these investments in Silicon Valley. And then getting to go to Silicon Valley earlier this year and meet Mark Zuckerberg and meet Jeff Bezos and others. He got exactly what he paid for. He got the illusory glow of being part of the future. And he got some credulous columnists to call him a reformer. So you have given one way that the Saudis seemed to benefit from this connection with Silicon Valley. The crown prince can go there and get a photo op. But do you have any evidence that win Saudis invest in a company, there are some kinds of strings attached? No. And that's not my claim. My concern. Is that Silicon Valley is not who it says, it is when you spend time out there as I just did you hear an endless parade of platitudes about changing the world empowering people creating community giving voice, and it's almost a parody of the falsity of those pretensions to raise money from one of the worst regimes on earth. That is absolutely in violation of every value. You hear thrown around in Silicon Valley, and I want to be clear this financial investment is not the only thing that's happened. You know, as many of your listeners will remember there was this Davos in the desert conference, then you've got this new five hundred billion dollar mega city that the Saudis are creating called Neo and Neo. Again, had all the Silicon Valley people other corporate people on the board. And so these folks in Silicon Valley make a lot of a very important decisions about what kind of world we live in. If these people are basically, no better than chemical magnates who dumped pollutants into rivers except the digital version of that. I think that's important for Americans to understand what was it like in the last several days as you were traveling in the Silicon Valley area and speaking with audiences in this place that relies on the very industry or criticizing and said, you people are showing yourself to be immoral or amoral, you know, like you, Steve I have two kinds of conversations of the journalist. I have public ones, and I have private ones even in the public ones. There is a growing sense that they are standing on top of an indefensible mountain that America has been led by plutocrats who are fundamentally motivated by the bottom line. But who have spun us all a tale of how they're trying to transform civilization and that things need to change. But in the private conversation. Steve I will tell you deep in the bowels of these institute. There is a generation of younger people who frankly, do not believe the stories that their elders and their elders are like in their thirties and forties in the case of Silicon Valley. Do not believe their stories a bunch of people coming up in the valley. Frankly, have a much more sophisticated understanding of power the very power they wield in the privilege. They wield that some of the people who founded these companies have been catastrophically blind to uninsured geared. Dos is the author of the book winners take all thanks very much for coming by. Thank you. Steve. All right. An American graduate student has been released from the airport in Tel Aviv after being detained for more than two weeks. We have more from NPR's Daniel estrin in Jerusalem, Laura, Al Kassam is twenty two years old and a recent graduate of the university of Florida She landed in Israel at the beginning of the month for a master's program in human rights at an Israeli university. But authorities at the airport denied her entry under a twenty seventeen law banning activists affiliates. Did with a pro Palestinian campaign to boycott Israel Qasim used to head a small chapter of a pro boycott student group. But now, she says she no longer supports the boycott. She was held at the airport while she fought in court for the right to enter Israel, her story, caught international attention following several other cases of Israel, detaining left-wing, critics at the airport and border, and it caused some embarrassment in Israel. Hotdogs authentic deputy foreign minister CPS to belly told Israeli radio last week that Israel's ban Qasim was not very successful. She said Israel should reconsider. How it applies its entry ban. When it turns into an international issue. We lose more than we win. She said, but Israeli strategic affairs minister gala air, Dan, who led Israel's campaign to ban Alcazar him defended the move. York Times, he said don't just look at articles in the New York Times in the media critical of Israel. He argued there are thousands of pro Israel students in the US who contend with pro Palestinian activists on campus who will support our move without Qasim proponents of the boycott divestment and sanctions movement say there peacefully protesting Israel's treatment of Palestinians, but Israeli leaders have called it a campaign to undermine Israel's legitimacy as a country, Laura. Al Qassams case reached Israel's supreme court which ruled that Qassem had not been involved in boycott activities for more than a year and had demonstrated an academic curiosity about Israel. She was released from the airport yesterday. Leonora Bihar is her lawyer. It's victory for free speech academic freedom and the rule of law. Lars case proves that thought policing has absolutely no place in a democracy, a right-wing. Israeli activist group said it would be closely monitoring Al Kassam during her time. Time in Israel to ensure she did not promote a boycott the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, which had supported L Qassams case. In court said it looked forward to having her on campus next week Daniel estrin NPR news Jerusalem. This is NPR news. And you are listening to KCRW. Hi,.

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"al qassam" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

07:42 min | 2 years ago

"al qassam" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Executives facing real questions about Saudi Arabia's absolute monarchy. It's brutal war on Yemen. And above all about the reported murder of journalist Jamal kashogi much Saudi money has gone to Silicon Valley, and though some tech CEO's of backed out of a forthcoming Saudi investment conference. The investments themselves remain writer on gear to dos has just been talking with audiences this week in Silicon Valley. And he's been telling them the Saudi money is tainted in recent years, the Saudi sovereign wealth fund has become one of the biggest swinging checkbooks in Silicon Valley through a kind of open secret of a front, which is SoftBank a big Japanese fund that launched. One hundred billion dollar vision fund, forty five billion dollars of that. I one hundred billion dollar fund was the Saudi government money and recently, they announced the second vision fund, so Saudi Arabia. If you have a startup and big dreams of changing the world making it a better place empowering, women and others. A lot of those people with a lot of those idealistic pretensions have been very happy to open up to Saudi investors. Let me just ask. How big this really? Is you just use huge numbers like a hundred billion dollars? But you are referring to spreading that money. Among multiple companies in Silicon Valley where sometimes now a company can be worth a trillion dollars. Are they just buying five percent of the stock of some company it's varying? But I'll tell you an Uber. For example, SoftBank is now the largest single shareholder in over with Saudi having half of that steak, and I wanna make a really important point about what this gets the Saudis. If you're the young crown prince, you have a problem, which is that the reality of your country is that it's a fairly barbaric. Medieval kingdom that runs itself. In a way that is inconsistent with the UN human rights declaration that is based on the degradation of women that beheads people, and that might well have murdered Jamal kashogi. In the consulate eastern bowl. That's a big image problem in these investments in Silicon Valley. And then getting to go to Silicon Valley earlier this year and meet Mark Zuckerberg and meet Jeff Bezos and others. He got exactly what he paid for. He got the illusory glow of being part of the future. And he got some credulous columnists to call him a reformer. So you have given one way that the Saudis seemed to benefit from this connection with Silicon Valley. The crown prince can go there and get a photo op. But do you have any evidence that win Saudis invest in a company, there are some kinds of strings attached? No. And that's not my claim. My concern. Is that Silicon Valley is not who it says, it is when you spend time out there as I just did you hear an endless parade of platitudes about changing the world empowering people creating community giving voice, and it's almost a parody of the falsity of those pretensions to raise money from one of the worst regimes on earth. That is absolutely in violation of every value. You hear thrown around in Silicon Valley, and I want to be clear this financial investment is not the only thing that's happened. As many religions will remember there was this Davos in the desert conference. Then you've got this new five hundred billion dollar mega city that the Saudis are creating called neom and neom again had all the Silicon Valley people other corporate people on the board. And so these folks in Silicon Valley make a lot of a very important decisions about what kind of world we live in. If these people are basically, no better than chemical magnates who dumped pollutants into rivers except the digital version of that. I think that's important for Americans to understand what was it like in the last several days as you're traveling in the Silicon Valley area and speaking with audiences in this place that relies on the very industry or criticizing and said, you people are showing yourselves to be moral or immoral like you, Steve I have two kinds of conversations of the journalist. I have public ones have private ones even in the public ones. There is a growing sense that they are standing on top of an indefensible mountain that America has been led by plutocrats who are fundamentally motivated by the bottom line. But who have spun us all a tale of how they're trying to transform civilization and that things need to change. But in the private conversation. Steve I will tell you deep in the bowels of these institute. There is a generation of younger people who frankly, do not believe the stories that their elders and their elders are like in their thirties and forties in the case of Silicon Valley. Do not believe their stories a bunch of people coming up the valley. Frankly, have a much more sophisticated understanding of power the very power they wield in the privilege. They wield that some of the people who founded these companies have been catastrophically blind to. On ungeared. Adidas is the author of the book winners take all thanks very much for coming by. Thank you. Steve, right. An American graduate student has been released from the airport in Tel-Aviv after being detained for more than two weeks. We have more from NPR's Daniel estrin in Jerusalem, Laura, Al Kassam is twenty two years old and a recent graduate of the university of Florida She landed in Israel at the beginning of the month for a master's program in human rights at an Israeli university. But authorities at the airport denied her entry under a twenty seventeen law banning activists affiliated with a pro Palestinian campaign to boycott Israel. Al Kassam used to head a small chapter of a pro boycott student group. But now, she says she no longer supports the boycott. She was held at the airport while she fought in court for the right to enter Israel, her story, caught international attention following several other cases of Israel, detaining left-wing, critics at the airport and border, and it caused some embarrassment in is. Israel. Deputy foreign minister to belly told Israeli radio last week that Israel's ban on L. Qasim was not very successful. She said Israel should reconsider. How it applies its entry ban. When it turns into an international issue. We lose more than we win. She said, but Israeli strategic affairs minister Gallaudet r-, Dan, who led Israel's campaign to ban al-qassem defended the move times, he said don't just look at articles in the New York Times and the media critical of Israel. He argued there are thousands of pro Israel students in the US who contend with pro Palestinian activists on campus who will support our move without Qasim proponents of the boycott divestment and sanctions movement say there peacefully protesting Israel's treatment of Palestinians, but Israeli leaders have called it a campaign to undermine Israel's legitimacy as a country, Laura. Al Qassams case reached Israel's supreme court which ruled that I'll Qassem had not been involved in boy. Cod. Activties for more than a year and had demonstrated an academic curiosity about Israel. She was released from the airport yesterday. Lira Bihar is her lawyer. It's a victory for free speech academic freedom. And there will LARs case proves that thought policing has absolutely no place in a democracy, a right-wing. Israeli activist groups said it would be closely monitoring Qasim during her time in Israel to ensure she did not promote a boycott the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, which had supported Al Qassams case. In court said it looked forward to having her on campus next week Daniel estrin NPR news Jerusalem. This is NPR news. The new film beautiful boy is based on the memoir by David Sheff.

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"al qassam" Discussed on Talk 650 KSTE

Talk 650 KSTE

01:57 min | 2 years ago

"al qassam" Discussed on Talk 650 KSTE

"Hurricane Michael has now officially been downgraded to tropical storm, Michael. And it's battering Georgia right now with strong winds and rain meteorologist Bill Karen says even though the storm is weakening overland, it's still causing damage. We liked the fact that it's moving at seventeen miles per hour. Let's quickly try to get this out of here. As we go through the overnight hours. But then again, the faster it moves to this intensity while more widespread to win damages. He just can't win with these things. Anyways. President Trump says his staff is working with the governors of the southeastern United States to help deal with the impact. We just want to wish them all the best and godspeed to prescription drug pricing. Bills are now on the books signing the bills yesterday. The president said they will remove the so-called gag clauses on pharmacists allowing them to inform people when the cash price for a prescription drug is lower than the price in a patient's. Health insurance policy? These clauses prevent pharmacists from telling patients about more affordable options for prescription drugs. University of Florida professors are asking Israel to release a student who's been held at the airport in Tel-Aviv for a week, Laura. Al Qassam was travelling to Israel to study, but was held over her involvement with a student group that supports boycotting Israel in support of the Palestinians. Al Qasim has been told to renounce her involvement with the boycott movement or be returned to the US. There's a new website for helping sexual assault victims, and it's called Brett Cavanaugh dot com. The website shows a large photo of the supreme court, and the words we believe survivors under that the website says Brett Kavanagh's confirmation to the court has put a national focus on the issue of sexual assault and includes the links to the national sexual violence resource center, the rape abuse and incest, national network and end rape on campus. You're listening to the latest from NBC news Ray. Radio. Stimulate your brain right.

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"al qassam" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

01:31 min | 2 years ago

"al qassam" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"Declared a federal state of emergency in Florida across the state three hundred seventy five thousand people are under mandatory or voluntary evacuation orders and many have left. But a lot of people are staying and some are pretty festive about it. Obey county deputy walks up to this crowd on beach and asked for identification. He wants to know the names of their next of kin who should they call that? They're are all killed by the storm. But like Eric Lawson. They won't leave thinking. Pete combs, ABC news, Panama City Beach, Florida twenty two year old US graduate student, Laura. Al Qassam is detained in Israel, the Jewish state suspect, she's a Palestinian sympathizer for decades. People have been involved in boycotts against Israel and Israel, tolerated than so now, it's a question really about Israel. Now, you know, not interested in providing a place where people can have the freedom of expression ABC's Jonah Miller in Jerusalem back in this country. It's costing more to drive with oil prices rising sewer gas prices nationwide. Oil feeling the effects of high demand sanctions on Iran and less output by OPEC in the past week. The price of regular unleaded has risen about four cents a gallon on average, according to the energy department in California prices have shot up eight cents a gallon in the past week because of refinery issues on top of oil price at ABC's Alec stone. You're listening to ABC. News wearing gas investment about Heidari of risk. Interesting SEC accredited investors with tensions in the Middle East and the US global.

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"al qassam" Discussed on KZSC 88.1 FM Santa Cruz

KZSC 88.1 FM Santa Cruz

05:39 min | 3 years ago

"al qassam" Discussed on KZSC 88.1 FM Santa Cruz

"P. f. a. dot org Israeli airstrikes pummeled HAMAs targets in Gaza killing four Palestinians mostly HAMAs operatives after. Palestinian snipers killed an Israeli soldier near the border today these really military said a. Terrorist squad fired at. Troops and one soldier was severely injured and, later died of, his, wounds he was, the first, Israeli military fatality in months. Of violence, along the Gaza. Border after the Palestinian gunfire Israel's military said it's truck twenty-five. HAMAs positions including weapon warehouses command and control centers training facilities observation posts at other sites it said fighter jets commenced a wide-scale attack against. HAMAs military targets throughout the Gaza Strip it added that HAMAs chose to escalate the security situation and will bear the consequences for Actions Romeo megani reports from Gaza Palestinians gathered for a seventeenth straight week as Gaza Buddha with Israel for largely nonviolent protests. But this week was different as protests took place Hammas fighters exchanged fire with Israeli. Troops near the north. Eastern border area of Gaza Israeli tanks shelter, HAMAs post followed, by, Palestinian gunfire Palestinians, claimed they, killed an Israeli soldier Israel. Did not, commend all they. Claim as really tank fire killed three resistance fighters belonging to. The Al Qassam brigade the military wing of a mess in both the southeastern border areas Alfred. Han unis it is and this is a statement claimed that those killed belonged to the Al Qassam run unit of boulder field control which battle the border areas the Israeli shelling came amid Palestinian protests at the same location medics in Gaza counted f- oath Palestinian victim of Israeli fire in the border area of south ring Gaza City. They say that's more than one hundred twenty other. Protesters including a fourteen year old child were wounded as is really army opened fire on demonstrators at different border areas as really schilling. Gaza masses border posts began Thursday when. An Israeli drawn killed a HAMAs fighter and wounded three others who may have been involved in launching or allowing the launch of a flaming balloons and kites over the border into Israel Job Israeli officials like education minister Neftali Bennett have codes for direct. Attacks to stop Palestinians from sending the kites and balanced into southern Israel where they have burned fields and forests Delfi Hadad is a Palestinian American political researcher ho frequently visits the occupied Palestinian territories they are bombing Outlook position. Out post positions Government Divisions on the perimeter of the Gaza, Strip which essentially means that they are preparing for a ground invasion because they Observation, points who when and if they enter now whether that's a psychological or The first step of a much larger operation we don't know. And I, know a newly had that down played. The statement, by United Nations Mideast coordinator Nikolai. Mladenov that violence should immediately. Stop Hadad cited not termed. As serious of ineffective UN resolutions on the conflict Israeli defense minister AVIC door. Lieberman warned that Thomas is pushing Israel into a largest k. war on Gaza Israel has recently tightened its siege of Gaza demanding the hold of Palestinian border protests as. Well as, the launch of flaming kites and balloons for best Ithaca radio KPFA IM rhyming admit Harry on the Trump administration says it has reunified three hundred sixty four children ages five and older with their families after they. Were, forcibly separated at the border Still leaving an estimated. Two thousand to go before a court imposed deadline of next Thursday the Justice. Department reaffirmed in a court filing that it has identified two thousand five hundred fifty one children who may be covered by US district judge Dana Sabah's order the administration. And the, American Civil Liberties union were back in a San Diego federal court today for the fifth time in two weeks as the judge held another hearing on his July twenty Twenty-six deadline For all children to. Be reunified he's had an earlier deadline of July tenth for dozens of children under the age of five The refugee and immigrant center for education and, legal services known as rice has rejected. A two hundred and fifty thousand dollars donation this week..

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"al qassam" Discussed on WCPT 820

WCPT 820

04:35 min | 3 years ago

"al qassam" Discussed on WCPT 820

"Who their son wise nfl happened long enough george carlin i don't know any american wouldn't pick up a gun at some point and shoot back so when you talk about a human response even leaving aside in someone's going to write me now and say well you're into art saying terrorism or violence i think what i really saying and i think what george carlin would say and i think perhaps well here's paying it's totally expectant and comprehensible response that you can't be surprised when this happened and that if in fact your objective is to reduce the level of violence in an area this is exactly the opposite of what you would do and also i mean what what what is terrorism the al qassam brigades primarily killed israeli soldiers during the war who were invading the gaza strip i think sixty seven of the seventy two israelis who were killed were soldiers who are invading the gaza strip the alqassam brigades functioned as a military unit as best as they could and they had a even the opportunity to attack israel is because they penetrated israeli territory through tunnels and instead they attacked the military base at now hal is on camera and actually killed several israeli soldiers in a base that was used as a forward position against gaza to launch attacks there is a key boots to that base near that base they could have gone into the kibbutz and killed people they went to the base which is a much harder target so i mean i would call into question the terrorism is killing civilians to achieve a political goal and you know in this in this war and it really was a war of course it was very lopsided war the military factions in the gaza strip were doing the best they could to target soldiers and combatants israelis were doing quite the opposite and we're targeting the civilian population they have doctrine called the dahiya doctrine which is to target the civilian population to demoralize them to the point that they'll turn against their leadership and simply give up and it's what they're planning what they tested it on the lebanese and then implemented it in gaza in this war was the most extreme demonstration of the dahiya doctrine and what we do with killing gaza's really get up close and intimate with people who have lived under the dahiya doctrine almost in a defenseless position get in their faces and let them explain what it's like and you know you whatever you think about israel palestine you listen to what these people have to say and then get back to me because there's no way you're not going to relate to them and i would especially say that to you know texans and conservative gun grabbing not gun grabbing gun loving conservatives what would you do if a foreign army came occupied you took your land and put you in a human warehouse and then demanded that you either suffer or turn on your elected leadership would you pick up guns and fight because most of the people in the gaza strip actually don't pick up guns and fight and that's the other thing that we show in this film is that the resistance to forms of resistance that most of the people we met prefer are creative and peaceful we met painters like malik mata who is at the time we met her she was sixteen and she had basically hit hold up in her room throughout the whole war is bombing going on all around her and taught herself to paint and became this incredibly talented painter who's now able to travel and show off her paintings and that was her dream we met the camp breakers who were the first break dancing crew in the gaza strip and we show them kind of break dancing in the rubble of show jay but you know they are dedicated to this craft and they're not able to compete in inter they haven't been able to compete in international competitions and perfect their moves and learn from other bibo cruise because of the siege they're finally able to get out and who knows if any of these people were able to be able to go back to their families and then we also spent time dan got into a training camp of the nassir seller dean brigades which is an armed resistance faction and talk to some of the young people and ask them why they joined and again it's the same response they're killing our families we have no rights it's not about you know any religious messy messy anisim or antisemitism that's not what comes out and these were completely candid interviews that i.

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"al qassam" Discussed on WTMA

WTMA

02:35 min | 3 years ago

"al qassam" Discussed on WTMA

"And stuff that israel's shipping in so now it will probably be have to be shipped via jordan so as to give it a legitimacy cover the put your dany destinations on the origination on the good jank holdings of several hundred thousand people women and children hostage exactly and now israel had to take out another tunnel they also hit it to seaport because there was boats that we're going to be agents smuggling and greeting another flotilla and the the the continuation of of the struck while the violence in the border has dropped egypt his open the crossing for the whole month of a brahmin don and now become us leaders not only have they admitted that the vast majority eighty percent of those killed in those involved in the fighting are hamas terrorists but now they're saying that they are being guided by his bola we were closely with them that slowly money of the iran revolutionary guard and they're quote their other brothers in the i r j c are very strong powerful their relationships that is as well as it is with iran and they're saying that the al qassam brigades and other factions of resistance have been getting a lot of money and expertise from iran guess where that money's coming from that iran is spending there could be cash malcolm good morocco trouble in morocco why well this is an ongoing story and we tried to highlight it because i thought it would continue and it indeed is in morocco which is such a great ally of the united states in the west and we see that iran's efforts to establish a foothold there we talked before about their aid to the rebel group in western sahara including sam elevens and same nine cents driller surface to air missiles and the foreign minister of the morocco came out very strongly and talk now publicly that at the heart of the findings system of his blah in africa in in laundering money was his bill financier whom they arrested and they caught and they have the information that his below threatened to morocco if they didn't release him but morocco says they gave him to the united states this terrorist central financier and and now they are saying that the blouse threatening the security of of morocco so it is a very complicated business there's you know they used the ambassador embassy in how julia to of more of iran to transfer.

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"al qassam" Discussed on WPRO 630AM

WPRO 630AM

02:33 min | 3 years ago

"al qassam" Discussed on WPRO 630AM

"And stuff that israel's shipping in so now it will probably be have to be shipped via jordan so as to give it a legitimacy cover the put your dany and destinations on the origination on the good jank stir holdings several hundred thousand people women and children hostage exactly and now israel had to take out another tunnel they also hit it the seaport because there was boats that we're going to be agents smuggling and greeting a another flotilla and the the the continuation of of the struck while the violence in the border has dropped in egypt has open the crossing for the whole month of of ramadan and now become leaders not only have they admitted that the vast majority eighty percent of those killed in those involved in the fighting are hamas terrorists but now they're saying that they are being guided by his allow we work closely with them that only money of the iran revolutionary guard and they're quote their other brothers in the ira are are very strong powerful their relationships that is as well as it is with iran and they're saying that the al qassam brigades in other factions of resistance have been getting a lot of money equipment and expertise from iran guess where that money's coming from that iran is spending there could be cash malcolm that's good morocco there's trouble in morocco why well this is an ongoing story and we tried to highlight it because i thought it would continue and indeed is in morocco which is such a great ally of the united states in the west and we see that iran's efforts to establish a foothold there we talked before about their eight to the polisario the rebel group in western sahara including sam elevens and same nine cents driller surface to air missiles and the foreign minister of the morocco came out very strongly and talk now publicly that at the heart of the findings system up because bella in africa in laundering money was his beloved financier whom they arrested and they caught and they have the information that his below threaten to morocco if they didn't release him but morocco says they gave him to the united states this is below terrorist central financier and and now they are saying that blouse threatening the security of of morocco so it is a very complicated business as you know they use the ambassador embassy in algeria to more of iran.

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