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The Hitler Haggadah with Jonnie Schnytzer
"Joined today by johnny schnitzer to talk about the hitler. Haga a nineteen forty-three judeo arabic haggadah. Which tells the story of the holocaust the second world war and the allied landing in north africa through the passover seder. Johnny schnitzer is a phd candidate at bar. Ilan university with a focus on medieval kabbalah. His dissertation is focused on the fourteenth century. Kabul list rabbi. Joseph ben shallow ashkenazi and johnny is also preparing a critical edition of ashkenazis. Commentary on sefer itsy raw. Johnny also edited an english edition of the etc. Which we're going to be talking about today. The hitler etc is such a fascinating text in many ways even just the title is jarring. And you might think how can you use. Hitler's name in the title of this traditional jewish text and it draws you in to a tremendous piece of moroccan jewish history that reworked the traditional passover story to tell us about the experience of north african jews in the holocaust. I hope you enjoyed our conversation. Where we're going to dive into this text and think about how it can broaden our understanding of the holocaust to include the middle east and north africa in that story and also where we think through the important relationship between jewish roots and holidays with history and historical memory. Thanks for tuning in high johnny. Welcome to the podcast. Thanks so much for joining us to talk about your book that you added. Thank you for inviting me. Lovely to be here. Absolute think this is such a fascinating text. Can you maybe tell us a little bit about it in other words like what is it that makes this different from all other hug adults. I think there are sort of two bombs that this text drops upon any re- debt guest that sort of feast there is on the hit laga and the first one of course is the title and this is what got me interested in this from the outset and that is this sort of sporadic this who has the chutzpah to do this at taking a jewish texts calling it the hit laga. That's the sort of bomb number one. Because you're not even sure what this is about. Who wrote this. But you know one thing you know that the author who is anonymous and we'll touch upon them in a moment takes to keywords. That every juneau's today every jew does not need to google almost haggadah writer passover passover eve where we read the haggadah we all come and we eat together and he takes haggadah and he connects to the other. Keyword that we all know about for a very separate horrific connotation. That's hitler and he puts it together. The first bomb is who has the chutzpah to perpetrate a text. And give it the title. Hit laga taking one of the most sacred texts and connecting it to one of the biggest mom's area if you like in jewish history and then you open the text and you realize that author has done something absolutely fascinating he is done with. The sages have asked us to do generation after generation and that is to see ourselves as if we left egypt red. It's to reenact. Redemptions to reenact. God saving the jewish people taking us out. And what does he do. He takes the structure of the storytelling bit of the haggadah. Right on passover. Eve we have the ceremony we have the blessings and then we reached the mortgage section the mugged section to section where we meant to mcgee. We meant to tell the story. That's what is about right. We tell story we tell the story of redemption. This also explains why passovers become right. This trend of everyone bringing own hug dot. Everyone bringing their own stories. Because it's all about bringing together different pieces of the puzzle. Creating this beautifully rich mosaic. So he takes the traditional structure of the haggadah which tells us about how we were taken out of egypt and it tells us about these different characters. Rabbinic figures leaving two thousand years ago. The told us to do this and told us to do that. And he takes out the content and fills it with a new content whereby he tells the story of the holocaust of world war two of the allied victory of the ex pows over nazi germany. And hitler and mussolini's italy he tells us the story of his generation rights yossi who has something to tell us in the traditional said. There's something about how. How would you meant to do something. All of a sudden becomes the speech of the dictator iosif stalin when we told them the haggadah that i god and not an angel. Not anyone else is going to take you. The jewish people out of egypt suddenly becomes. I shall the goal. I not level not the right none of none of the other vichy high commanding general's. I shall the goal which already tells us right. This is what's fascinating in the hitler etc and this is the second bomb if the first bomb is the title. We still don't know what it's about. The second bomb is when you discover that this was written by an anonymous jew living in robots morocco probably towards the end of nineteen forty-three as a result possibly inspired by operation torch. The allied operation led by the us on the shores of casablanca and algiers. And everything changes all of a sudden this jew living in morocco. Who's lived under a regime whether anti jewish laws jews around him have lost their jobs. Jews around you can't get a jewish education you become by night a second-grade citizen and so out author. It almost seems as if he's taking a text which it's time to write it when we don't yet know the ending. He doesn't yet know about the horrific six million who are being murdered. He doesn't know about concentration camps in poland. But he knows he wants to do something horrific any also is living in a time where his life has changed for some years and as a result of the allied victory he suddenly possibly is inspired and sees. I get the exodus. The story i meant to be telling i meant to take the passover haggadah until the story that i see and that's how the allies beat the excess power. And how in fact you know retelling the story of exodus mine new-fangled version. I think that the text itself is amazing in the ways in which it on. The one hand utilizes the story of passover very explicitly very specifically in when he talks. About how hitler. Enslaved the jews but also like you mentioned the way in which some of the characteristic aspects of the traditional aspects are transfigured and transformed new. Whether we're talking about the parable of the four sons the for children or the different rabbis plagues. What are some of the really interesting things that are happening in this text that really are utilizing the passover story itself and also the the characteristic aspects of the passover seder that people who read attritional seder would be familiar with but they give it new meaning in this context. If we take right this this idea of the four sons four daughters any jewish figure that we look at it and we want to understand. What is it the sort of a heart of their teachings you know. One of the tricks is to see if they wrote a commentary on the haggadah. What do they do with these. Four boys of for doors. What do they symbolize. And in the case of the hit da it takes us back in time to a sort of moroccan viewpoint of the the north african campaign. And so who is the wise son now. You know it's going to be an allied power. But you're not sure that england or is it america and you'll told the the wise son is england right. The royal air force acts cleverly. He's clearly impressed he he is probably the razzie stance radio. He knows about the bombings. He knows about montgomery and then we move onto the russia. The russia we know can only be one person. That's clearly hitler. Hitler the evil one. He knows that he's a know he. He's torturing the jewish people and yet it's interesting that if you read through the at that we're not quite sure what's going on in europe right off a thinks that there is a concentration camp in berlin so we're not yet show what's going on in the world and our author doesn't yet. Nobody knows that he clearly is evil that he's plotting against the jews there wearing yellow badges which also is interesting. Because we're not sure. If he's referring to the yellow badges of jews in europe or the yellow badges of jews in certain places in north africa and then who is the tam. The time is interesting. Because tom can both mean in hebrew complete simpleton the thomas america and then shane no. You're dillashaw and who doesn't know how to ask questions. The classic version says the fourth son is the son who doesn't know how to ask questions. The newfangled version is and mussalini. Who isn't with the avowed woods and this is very interesting because when i was speaking to holocaust survivors. Oh you know this. Sort of all degeneration and i spoke to people from algeria from tunisia morocco across the board there was a nickname from cellini mar. He was the donkey he was the s. This resonates with this passage whims lead author decides to change it. And say it's not. He doesn't ask question it's that we don't even wanna talk about
"algiers" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"Tyler Algiers carries the football on first down and runs out to the left. He'll pick up seven yards, and you might start to wonder if times y B y U is still throwing the ball and some instance well. Hack. Wilson described it to us this week. We are a run second team. We are a pass run team as opposed to U. C. F that wants to be a run past here. That's part of what they do. On a second down and three from the 42 Wilson goes under center 49 10 BYU leads that they have the football was six minutes left in the third quarter. Here's a hand off Algiers started left have to cut back right and gets the first down. He was face to face in the backfield with Cam good, and he was able to turn on a dime and pick up six yards and the first down. In Algeria who Really nice job of finding the cutback lanes, keeping his feet moving now. Well, over 100 yards. You're in 130 on the ground. His 6th 100 yard game of the season and fourth consecutive Line up behind Wilson in the pistol with two receivers left. Some Texas snap play action, He'll drop the throat Wilson firing and to the left. It is caught first down across the 40 of UCF as Neil Paul, who makes the reception for Paul will tonight. That is his fourth catch. Had a touchdown reception earlier football has been spread around brilliantly. Tonight. Eight different receivers for BYU. War with it, least three Catches Chris Zach Wilson 20 of 25 363 yards and three touchdowns tonight, too, on the ground as well. Wilson will hand it off. It's catella in the back field on first down and picks up to 36 yard line Low Penny could tell has been much more effective in the past game Tonight tackle was made by the corner Corey Thorton. Secondary has Decimated. Lost your bod. Wilson the first half because of a targeting foul, got him ejected from the game. Don't have Richie Grant their three time all a C C. A player now direct snap here for the toe, and they were going to run a trick play, but Time out, has been called Know the penalty flag ran first. Came out first. I should say the false start. Offense number 67. Five yard penalty from the previous spot. Second down. That's the junior left tackle Brady Christian Center just Messed up. But what would have been a trick play?.
A New Type Of Multivitamin
"Hi sarah welcome to the show. Hi thank you for having me well. i'm kind of curious about your own background. So can you tell us more about that. And of course with jim is all about. Yeah so. John is hiring food first nutritional ecosystem to improve our human and planetary health. I'm so he believed food as medicine with that philosophy in mind were designing products that replace traditional supplements with real fruit bites made of whole foods plants in algiers. So we can get into more of that later but a little background on me. I've been long passionate about the food. Nutrition space. I studied this mortgage lens of policy sustainable development in college and then i went on to start my first company in a plant based Beverage space and i really had my own set of health experiences in my late twenties that brought me to realize just how broken our food system is dealing with commission metabolism that Digestive skin issues. You name it. And i always consider myself relatively healthy but it turns out better. Food system is just so depleted start of its nutrients today that we really do need to figure out how to fill the gaps in our diets in a more holistic way. when i turned to the supplement. i'll. I just found a lot of confusion a lot of dirty things a lot of things that did more harm than good. So that's what kinda brought me to building jen. I'm building this food. I on attritional solution so before we talk a bit more jim. I'm kind of curious. What do you think is wrong with on current nutrition general in the us. Yeah i love that question. I think so much how we look at our health and our food system is through the sort of reductionist lens. And so it's kind of addressing just parts of you not all of you and truly taking if you just look at our supplement. I'll today for instance a lot of it's just taking vitamin c. n. Driving that micronutrient straight into a capsule not including any of the other kind of health benefits that come from you eat real foods the bioactive compounds that enzymes antioxidants that really helped create a synergistic effects. Do a lot of good for your body and the way that we approach service supplements that same reductionist lens we eat. We have on our health in general even looking at our medical world right. A lot of our doctors today in their decade of medical schooling. They have one course on nutrition. So we're really just not approaching our health in a holistic way in one that takes our lifestyle into account as well. I think that that's a huge problem in in. Why we we just gotten more unhealthy over time. I mean even just looking at thirty years ago. One in four hundred people that often autoimmune disease today one in four you which is really crazy or one in twelve. Excuse me so. I think this just speaks to both the kind of decrease in our as a whole of the nutrients in our food system and also just the rise of These supplements and things that are working through this reductionist lens instead of building. Something that's more holistic and rooted in a more nutrient dense product. Right in. do believe that. There's no possibility for us anymore to will live without supplements. You think that's still something that that is necessary. And there's no warnings of that to get all of our nutritionist through our wreck vast lunch and dinner. Yeah that's a great question. I think you know it's sadly impossible to to get all of your nutrients from a well rounded diet in. I believe you know you should still shoot for a well-balanced diet but that's what happened to me in in my own story that you know just looking at an apple today doesn't have the same tree power due to our soil soils being depleted and whatnot. So we do have to figure out how to supplement our diet in get those nutrients that i think the way that our supplements have been set up. Today is one that isn't built holistically to put in play. And so that's what we're seeking to do. I think that the definition of supplement needs to change. And it's not just one in a gummy bear or pill or capsule or all of these complicated powder routines. It's one that really is rooted real food. And how can we choose these different plants in superfoods that have higher nutrient density to help deliver that And that's what we're trying to do with jam and actually with jan were a real food. Product actually fda regulated nutritional penalty. Don't have a supplement panel but we're really trying to replace a lot of those supplements and how we think about those supplements and how they're designed so to our listeners who've never seen what jim looks like what the what should they imagine. Well it's looks completely different than what you would imagine. A traditional supplement with tila quake so instead of a pill or capsule is a real food bite. So it's our first product is made from thirteen different plant based ingredients compress down into one. Chewable bite that you eat And it's all plant based it's different plants. Algae and mushrooms herbs and it's designed to address you in a much different way than most multi vitamins multivitamins have notoriously neglected kind of key nutrients that i think are really important to our modern lifestyle demands. So things like we have also gone to for instance gen and national gone desert really powerful adapted jin herb that helps regulate record levels. And we're all very stressed out nowadays so having things like that in your multivitamin and having things Other really great superfoods are the types of things that we want to think about. And how you and how you take your supplements what they're actually designed to do for you so it looks differently on. It's also designed completely differently
BYU vs. Cincinnati: College Football Playoff
"Why you came into the weekend eight and know that Cougar is one of the best non power five teams in the country. Right there with Cincinnati trying to find their way into the playoff. This was pretty much a bye week for BYU with the North Alabama coming to town. Here's Greg Rebel from the airfield, the AMG College double tight to the left too wide to the right. They go pistol. Wilson and L Gear handoff. Tyler Tyler takes contact Keeps the legs driving stays up right into the end zone. Touchdown. Cougars Touchdown. Tyler, Algiers With 4 32 to go in the opening quarter is BYU, 13 and North Alabama zero Tyler Algae or ran for a career high 141 yards and two touchdowns and the Cougars routed North Alabama 66 to 14. To improve tonight and no. Algeria had his 4th 100 yard game of the season. Zach Wilson threw for 212 yards and four touchdowns before halftime and ended 33 yards rushing. BYU score touchdowns on all six First Path drives As the Cougars rolled up 394 totally yards and averaged 11.3 yards per play before halftime up next. BYU
Prospecting on LinkedIn
"I think. My favorite thing to do is to leverage lincoln because lincoln is such a great way to build relationships with people that are in like these awesome industries in different verticals. But for me. I feel i really most of the building relationship and knowing the right time to turn it into like a soft goal to action. So you know as i prospect all always know if i'm just gonna email say ten people today from that company. I will go ahead and add as many people from that company across all product. Line that i could potentially talk to you right. Maybe they're not the number one or today's already. But i'm gonna add them so i can eventually get to them on linked in because it's easy way to get wins and for me. I'll always look at the profile. A leveraged the research. I've done for the emails and once they've accepted my connection request. I'll always look for a way to pass lies. That that was a gal once from kentucky. I forget which company shows up but she she was from kentucky and i told her this story about how me and my mom would traveling across the country and we went to cracker barrel and we thought it was the only restaurant that we hold. It was the only krakauer in america and then we got to the next day and realized it was a chain and so i told her that funny story and she found it hilarious and we went back and forth for a week and was like. Hey i see you do this like you know. We work with xyz You know see you open to learning a bit more about this. And lincoln i think is just such a great way to build rapport and build a relationship before you. Just you know oscar Can i just spend a bit of time like learning more about your role. And secondly only than i love sending videos so if someone accepts request and fills right like algiers plot wife phone and i will send them a really personalized video for example. Like hey scott i sawyer. Recent post i love that you said this and this adding a personalization and then just throwing out similar kind of mo. full malik we walk with xyz. I see you do this. I imagine like this and this headache you know. Would you be interested in learning a bit more about how you walk in your space. And i'll send the video and i found it super effective right because it's a way to stand out and that's that's really. What makes you successful like. You need a stand out from the sea of people that are trying to get to them so i would definitely recommend like lean on those videos. Yeah so couple of questions there. So as as you're sending out those initial connection request you're kind of going. Broadly across the account. Are you personalizing the connection requests or you coming back with personalization. Once they accept. I always play around of it and i think it depends if they seem like a a real change agent and they vary social than. I'll throw out like a little message when i do. Send the request. But for the most part i have found like a pretty successful connection rate which i'm really fortunate about because i know that not everyone has found that and then i'll go in with a very personalized note because to me if someone's accepting Accepting that initial requests like. They're open to conversation whether it be about. Sprinkler is another story but there are at least open for me to say like. Hey thank you for accepting an a lies note. So i'll lead on it for like the change agents and like the number one i want but the most part like what helps me kind of spread. Wide thin is sending as many of those and then leaning on the one side except
"algiers" Discussed on Spies of London
"This special episode is a book review of a game of moles by Desmond Bristow and his son Bill Bristow. I was really excited to receive a book because I hadn't previously heard about it and it came to me through a friend. It was found in a house that was being cleared appropriately enough a game of moles according to the bed cover is the first full-length personal account of MI6 written by an ex-agent Desmond Bristow are telling portrait of a divided life Desmond spent most of the second world war in Japan and Algiers where he was a.
"algiers" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"Script. Wow. Yeah, And it was just one of 50 Warner Brothers films made in 1942. They made one a week and the two writers on the On the movie were twins. The Epstein brothers. And they were geniuses and all the funny lines that might quoted all from the Epstein brothers. They're amazing. Now the cast away they were distant Relatives of Ah Harvey abstain, Jeffrey abstain. Who? Who? Who are you talking about? Harvey Epstein. Barr view out. Why? Well, and I was gonna make the point. Harvey, absent, of course, has never been known to anybody. Never done anything has nothing to do with Jeffrey up. Stop it, Michael. Golly, that she like sneak attack on that. Who go ahead like I cast so deep. You remember Sam, the piano player. Laid by Dooley Wilson, and by the way, if you watch the film closely, you notice that Dooley Wilson does not how know how to play the piano. He's just banging on a keyboard, and it doesn't match anything that's coming out of the speakers. But no one ever notices it because it doesn't matter that the film was the film was actually they decided to change it from everybody comes to Rick's. And it would couple ofyears earlier that have been a giant hit film called Algiers with Charles Boy and and and many others, and it was a giant hit. So they decided let's do just the name of Of the country, You know, just Casablanca and it It's just It's so. Rome. Algiers, Algiers got its name from the featured character is they was Algiers. I'm not biting on that one. Mike. I've seen Algiers. I know you're not. You're just making stuff up now and you're just you're just talking about a point. Humphrey Bogart. Rick is talking. To captain Louis Arnault. Who asks him Why have you come a grant? You have sound ready for this one. Why have you come to Casablanca and what I love the punch line. I wish mission formed his bogey, but you gotta listen to the 30 seconds or so that leads up to that. Ready to go. Grant hit it. What in heaven's name brought.
"algiers" Discussed on WBAI
"Allergenic acid reverts back to study in Algiers is purely a function of Ph acidity. Now we've found a way to deliver them through. And in growing bacteria. We also know that if there is no Polly surveyed 80 in the broth, they won't grow. Well, People don't want Polly Beatty. Thank you. That sunflower left and Oleic acid does the same thing we call it lacked just them. What it does. Is it reconstitutes the cell membranes. Of these freeze dried, fragile bacteria so they can intake nutrients and output metabolites more quickly. The difference between our product, others a getting them through and then shortening the time between the time you take the capsule to the time it's producing maximum. Output and we measure the output by measuring how much lactic acid is produced. It's very simple, even publishing this online by lot number since we started the company. Strength, purity and activity. We're measuring activity is how much lactic acid now we know if it's producing like to guess that it is likely to be producing all the other messengers, this chemical messengers that are being produced by those organs. We get them through and we wake him up. Jeff, I want to thank you so much. We're going to go to a break right now And then when we come back, and we're going to talk about the products and the potential Of what they could do for you and why it's important. For people to support W B a. I. So Jeff. Thank you so so very much. And thank you for your donation. Thank you for supporting W b. A. I thank you for supporting Take charge of your health. And we will be right back. I'll be back with my co halls. Earl Peterson, and I'm Karim for nine. This is take charge of your health. So let's talk about the premium. And of this premium we had introduced before, but the the falls were working right in the Internet was off certain every really got the play that it deserved. And it was a combination of two things. There was ah, G, I probiotic reset. And Jeff Thurston explained a little bit about it. It's a it's a program to cleanse your gut in 30 days with a trio off Potent probiotics, and you will feel the difference. You will eliminate waste and toxins. You'll support regular and easy bowel moments. You'll promote the healthy structure and function of your G I tract. From end to end and these three probiotic supplements worked together to cleanse undesirable non pathogenic bacteria and fortify the Entire G. I tract with beneficial bacteria and restore balance. To your microbiome..
Using Algae to Fight Deceases (including COVID-19)
"We all know that during this covert nineteen period. Edible algae whether it's macro algae like seaweed or micro algae like spirulina that algae can help boost your immune system and even some research has shown that red algae profile can help you defend against the corona virus and in connection with how algae can keep us healthy on this episode. I interview a owlry end from trans algae and Israeli company. That may find that. You're using algae but that is only part of the innovation that trans algae has created and without further. Ado here is algae a savior for humanity. My name is. I'm the Business Development fulltime Sergey quite new into company. Come FROM TECHNOLOGY. I have it'd be a CNBC from the Hebrew. Unit doesn't from the Faculty and ahead an MBA from hyphen. In my background. I served in companies such as ICL hyphen because adult stocked on a Adama. All of them are global companies working in the Arctic seeing providing from different chemicals like pesticides down to two thirty. I'm involved in two major aspects. One is the business development meaning extending our activity outside collaborations with different companies different circles the candelabra on and also invoking the fundraising process and bringing more value to their companies from outside investment. So you you've been dealing with The agricultural sector for more than twenty years. And how long have you started with the Trans Algae? I'm quite new. So it's coming to massive free monster that I'm already over there but Been Mind that might progress position I served as VP of commercial development says marketing different companies before them song bringing a quite right and then it's a very good sign for trans algae that they're hiring new people that are trying to go around the world to try invite investment for you the product that you guys serve which is using algae for human farmer that. I read animal health and Crop Protection. All of that is very interesting and of course the reason why I kind of have you on is 'cause recently. There was an article about trans. Algae is trying to develop a using the algae platform that you guys use to be able to give vaccines to people of wine. The Corona virus vaccine comes out. That's why I think it's it's very interesting right now but we'll get to that later so talking about how you guys are using algae right now you guys have been using it so far in animal health using it to give vaccines to animals and can you just explain to me how you guys actually do that. How are you guys using algae using algae to make into a capsule or? Are you guys actually using some kind of genetics? The algae to introduce the vaccine the major essences to utilize to honest the scene to menace. I is it's a production sites. Let's say very similar to a production sites like he's all viruses and I'll explain what we have done over. During the to improve the low potential for Algiers it exists in nature. And the more important thing is that we use utilize the algae as a delivery system. Imagine yourself that currently in the animal health you know the to vaccinate at broad the amount of animals whether it is it fish in the pond. Say chickens like it's a swine that counts for one hundred to two hundred thousand individuals today to current vaccination is Involving animal meaning in fishing into sedate deficient other to take them one by one injecting chickens. It's the same swine and so on and so on. We are offering because the algae itself he's in at the Substance IT CAN BE UTILIZED TO DELIVER BILL ANYMORE OF INTEREST. That could be grow phone. That could be a protein that we'd be at generating anymore reaction and he could be enzymes of all I. We are using the as a carrier for the molecule of interest. Now when we talk we talk about the vaccinations. Obviously that's that's has a lot of advantages again compared to what injection? But you need to make sure that the specimen in a successful way redoubt anything relation of the multiple of it was put it. They just insistent. So that's that's not a trivial idea. Obviously we are. Harnessing sound physiological. Carta six of the in order to create what we call buying up solution which protects STI carried the protein. Okay Peptide we've ended so it would be able to sustain the area. Acidic conditions in the digestive system reached the absorption area where it can be as successful into the blood system and then to get anyone system. And we'll be finding afterwards antigens by the the blood of the animal and Giving it demon system so the algae itself being not only at Production Seifoleslam delivery system measures to vaccinate Pondo mediums fish inside the way to do it today as I said it's sedate efficient then injected by each one of them today. What we do we can take the right dosage spreading based on the amount officials existing the and once the algae's in or by the fish imitates three during the one reaction and then you have the whole population of fishing on the vaccinated in a very simple very quick and very and less much less costly than get same. Goes for shrimps Single swine full chickens and other animals. You guys feed it like algae like as if you just added like the food supplement into the feed right correct. If it's fish we can spread it as is all we can incorporate it into the feed system of the fish is chickens to sing. Swipe you just incorporate the right dosage into the feeling system and then once it's been eaten immediately I molecules which are getting food there. They just insistent going to the absorption reaching the blood. Circle are immediately intriguing Damon system and then we get the animal vaccinating. Very invasive not came and much much less than fifty.
"algiers" Discussed on Boring Books for Bedtime
"A native in the city of Middle Leney and the island of last POWs in the gene. See a fellow of ordinary birth coup being bred the see I out from bence upon the pirating account with only one small Vassall but by the prizes he took he gained immense researches so that getting a great number of large ships all the bold. And dissolute fellows of those islands flocked to him and listed in his service for the hopes of booty so that his strength was increased to her formidable flame with these he performed such bold and adventurous actions that he became the terror of the seas. About this time. It happened. That Salim. You Timmy. King of Algiers having refused to pay the accustomed tribute to the Spaniards was apprehensive of an invasion from thence wherefore he treated with Barbara Ruse upon the foot of an ally to come and assist him and deliver him from paying this. Barbara's readily came into it and sailing to Algiers with a great fleet. He put part of his men on shore and having laid a plot to surprise the city he affected with great success and murdered Salim in a bath soon after which he was himself crowned King of Algiers after this he made war upon Abdel Up Day King of Tunis and overthrew him in battle he extended his conquests on all sides and thus from a thief became a mighty king and though he was at last killed in battle yet he had so well established himself upon that throne that dying without issue. He left the inheritance of the kingdom to his brother. Another pirate I come now to speak of the pirates infesting. The West indies where they are more numerous than any other parts of the world on several reasons first because there are so many uninhabited little islands and keys with Harper's convenient and secure for cleaning their Sol's and abounding with what they often want provision..
"algiers" Discussed on PodcastDetroit.com
"Like you said a lot of time on that board or she'll lay everything out like I don't know what goes like you've been doing this for how many years now now you don't know where the yeah. Yeah so then she waits for me and you know and she knows I can't reach certain heights because she's five seven. I'm not and why would you leave this out knowing that I have to climb on a bar stool to reach the top when you and you just have to like like a basketball player tink is up there. What are you waiting well? I don't think they they don't think has now but I'll tell you what. I've got a checklist in my head and I'll be doing stuff at their house and leaving things behind and I might even just bring my own toilet. Paper Roll pretended needs to be refilled as put it in the bathroom and like died. I give you like a social experiment. I would but even notice I don't know or like you know what you should do is the first one that does notice I you should maybe reward them. Here's a ten dollar gift card to starbucks dollars. I know that's a little generous. Maybe five and you'll be like they'll like what are you talking about what's going on and then I think you'll start noticing that they will start. I did offer someone five dollars to go through the single sock basket and oh bucks five dollars because they couldn't find Dang sock today. Yeah either my husband Algiers over five bucks if they want to match the socks and nothing but but yeah no I mean. They'll go as far as grabbing the last Kleenex and just put him back in. The Kleenex box still consider still considered full. Yeah the grabbing really can't it's so yeah that's you know we try to find the humor in things. Yes most definitely so so I think So are we talking about chores. Some of the things that they say The can result in when your kids do jurors. Basically you're teaching them life skills you know yeah degree it house also helps kids learn responsibility and true self reliance and we talked about the sorority chores helps teach teamwork. You know this this kind of a stretch but I think that's okay. Well outside chores like raking leaves. No that's a the kids at school. Do that in the fall does it. There is an argument that starts and then eventually they all works out in the end. Yeah chores also helped reinforce respect. It may also build a strong work ethic which you know I have to agree with that so my daughter Spent a lot of time at the barn and I when and she does something. I don't WanNa say something wrong. But when she makes a mistake or for any of these she overlooked something. She's really like down on herself. Like oh my gosh. I can't believe I let that happen. Because she really cares what other people think and she wants people to know that she is really a hard worker but also she loves it there so that's job that she's here too like doing dishes or something. I like that and then also it mentions chores actually help improve planning and time management skills So I don't know about that. Mine have their phone in their hand. Yes and it'll take two hours a day five minute job because they're watching a movie while they're doing they don't they don't have they don't realize is that if they could just get this done nothing go lay on the couch with along safe check. Let's move on and then also says chores give families a chance to bond out that house now. I don't know about that but yeah so he guess what I'm GonNa Start Tomorrow. Your kids are going to hate me here. Like what we have a chore Chart Now and Yeah. I'm going to start this tomorrow. I think that's great and let them know that. I said Ed ten dollar Gift Card Twenty are you. Are you GonNa give me the ten dollars. Oh sure I believe big sale for you and I'll give you that time box. No the problem at all. Yeah so well I hope this little in this information helped all those who are in our situations because I'm struggling struggling out alone alone no And you know we can't have perfect kids but we can sure try and Mold them to take Dan responsibilities and impress their future wives and husbands. And look what I can do. Yeah then they really could just be the goal so they can find somebody then she nobody wants to Slob. Yeah no kidding. That's a great way to our show. Nobody Asks Slab. Pick up your underwear there. You Go uh-huh so I don't know if so what do you think Eric we can give them. A hint of next episode or just let them ponder. I think we should let them ponder okay and then you know we'll I don't maybe we will post it on our facebook patient. Let them know and so they just have to wait or if we have a suggestion I dunno so free we appreciate you listening and as always you know where to find us and we'll talk to you next because mom says that's right. Mom says by we WANNA thank you for listening to this week's show. We hope you enjoyed yourselves. We hope you come back for more. Check check out our facebook page. MOM says podcast feedback is appreciated. But please be gentle. Mommy says if you don't have anything nice to say then don't say anything at all..
"algiers" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Algiers playing live here in our studio the song is called him for an average man you'll find it on their most recent album their sophomore effort called the underside of power we've taken the opportunity to bring them into our studio let me introduce you to the members of Algiers at our piano and singing lead vocals Franklin James Fisher Franklin good Lee Tash playing guitar although Lee playing it with a bow on that song hi hi and some sampling too right yes of the sample nearby Ryan may hand playing the bass and keyboards and you've got some sampling here over there too right run all sorts a hobby you got all kinds of stuff around and Matt Tong sitting in in drum world over there in the corner good to see a mask Franklin we only ask you something about that piece because the piano part first of all to kind of dramatically different sound from most of what Algiers you know the sound world is very electric it's very dark you have this little piano riff and it almost sounds like a sample you know because it it's kind of oddly chopped off and it keeps repeating of almost like a Steve rice for Philip Glass thing right yeah and then suddenly Bernard Herrmann comes in and the song goes into a completely different place did you write that at the piano I did and is it's funny you mention Philip Glass because my friend Alex Weston who's one of his assistants who is a really brilliant composer's own right he can help me find my way through that because I think all four of us in the band are fans of contemporary classical music experimental music but me personally I don't really understand the theory so if I if I write something that kind of gets me into a blind eye I can't really find a way out so my friend Alex kind of helped me understand what what I was trying to do but that can be an interesting thing to work yourself into a blind and you know maybe half to explode out of it in a way that isn't the usual way absolutely that's the best part about being in and this man yeah so Ryan how much of the sound of the band is wrapped up in the message of the band I mean these are songs about injustice and pressures of social change and stuff like that and how much of the the noise in the distortion in the urgency of the sound is you know is the medium the message here I guess is what I'm asking is a really interesting question as Frank was mentioning opening up worlds and sound worlds I think that's what we tried to do with this band so we tried to build an entire world and hence the name out jeers and actually references a very specific place and a very specific space in history as the first country to throw off colonialism in this case of fighting and resisting French colonialism but also representing something for the third world in general being a space of resistance and the PLO had an office there the black Panthers on office there so for us it is years in Algiers and for us it was a it was an idea to resuscitate this idea of internationalism but also represent that really complex violent and very melancholy history so it may be as a direct message we don't consider ourselves a protest and we consider ourselves a social bandits immersed in various social spaces and of course we have to speak to those really dark histories were also from the south in the south obviously has one of the worst histories were you guys aware when you named the band the Algiers in Louisiana was like a basically a holding pen for enslaved Africans when they were you know they would be taken off the boat that's where they'd be cleaned up before they were literally sold right we've actually been in contact with a lot of people from Algiers you know they've written us on different occasions things it's interesting because it's you you have a name and it signifies so many different things for different people and all seems to work within the context of what it is that we represent what we're trying to convey now do you have to walk a fine line between songs that are angry and calling out injustice which can leave the listener feeling hopeless and depressed like and songs that have hope and perseverance and a sense of uplift to them you know this is less interesting question I mean I think Ryan talks often about how nihilism conceding to nihilism isn't really an option particularly in the times we live and just the act of making music you know its that been idols I think their their last record is called joy as an act of resin acts resistance that they couldn't say it more perfectly yeah and you know music is very much a human thing and it causes us to connect to see the mini in each other and so it doesn't really matter how dark the subject matter is you know that you are creating something right and we're also paying homage to to everyone who's ever struggled and resisted again something we're not claiming to be revolutionaries in our own right but we're definitely influenced by the revolutionary spirit it's really interesting that you mention the idols record because we should name our next record resistance as an act of joy that is going back to public enemy and how they to fight for your right to party and they said party for your right to fight yeah I think it's a similar thing for us and I don't think we have to walk a fine line because the human experiences is immersed in all those different facets well and the thing with idols I mean as long as we've mentioned them and I I should say it's ID Ellie S. not ideal well us great British punk band whose music it has this social content to it but your PO going up and down as you listen to it right as it's just you know so the sonically it's a different approach from what you guys take and the interesting thing is you know a lot of your lyrics like the next song you're going to do Cleveland you name names yeah I mean you literally name names are in the song but it's in this kind of wash of Reaver and you know at the haze of distortion and stuff so eating purely as a listener it's like you can kind of get the feeling from the sound of the band which is why I asked that question but to kind of parse what you're really talking about requires either a lyric sheet in front of you or or some really careful listening and you know trying to get through all of that yeah well I think as listeners and as readers one thing that we take joy in are the source of texts you know on text with a capital T. that you can engage in sex cause you to come back and every time you go back and read or watch it or listen you discover more things in this later there's actually an an engaging something in that respect and I think that informs or to to a great degree how we construct a composition I will let's hear another song you wanna do Cleveland which also appears on the last record called the underside of power the band is Algiers and they're playing live for us Hey that the.
Ex-PM elected Algeria's new president, to protesters' dismay
"Tens of thousands of people marched in the capital Algiers. They were chanting ranting the same things. They've been chanting every Friday for the past ten months except this time they added the name of their new president dodgy. Tabun is someone the protesters Z.. As a remnant of the old regime Monash Company is we do not accept him. One protester said today they did not let us chooses. President President ahead of Thursday's election in Algeria protesters had called for a boycott. They saw the vote as a ploy by the military to end months of demonstrations and restore the old political order all of the candidates including the winner. Tabun worked for the former president. Demonstrators are calling for new elections with different candidates and and as they've been demanding for ten months now an end to corruption
"algiers" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Tens of thousands of people marched in the capital Algiers they were chanting the same things they've been chanting every Friday for the past ten months except this time they added the name of their new president Abdel Majeed to Boone is someone the protesters see as a remnant of the old regime rice has a a my number's eight or isolation we do not accept him one protester said today they did not let us choose as president ahead of Thursday's election in Algeria protesters had called for a boycott they saw the vote as a ploy by the military to end months of demonstrations and restore the old political order all of the candidates including the winner tabun work for the former president demonstrators are calling for new elections with different candidates and as they've been demanding for ten months now an end to corruption earlier in the show today we told you about the protest for pension reform that have taken hold throughout France we're going back now to France but to something more idyllic the sand that evocative river that by sex Paris a new book by the former Paris bureau chief for The New York Times dies in the history around the San we wanted to talk though about the music the rivers inspired like this tune by the legendary Josephine Baker hello this is they Elaine Chilean as the author of the sand the river that made Paris I mean there's so much to say about the sand how do you distill the life of a of a river that this incredible city grew up around into a single book like what is your own personal take on this iconic river you spend double the amount of time you think it's going to take you to travel the river from beginning at its source in the middle of nowhere and Burgundy all the way to the end at the sea and I assume that's what you did what where does it begin it begins and I'm very trite banal plane in Burgundy not the fun part that has the wind but a place where there's more cows than people and it makes its way to Paris and then it ends in love of an old flare at this wide estuary how close do you live to the sent in Paris and how many times a day do you have some kind of encounter with it I probably live about a mile and a half of from the send button you can't to escape the sent every single day you encounter it one way or another if you live in Paris so musically this is what I want to talk with you about Elaine how do artists sing about the sand and how is the river characterized well the river has many personalities but the most important thing to note is that it's a woman and it's a sexy woman and so she can be playful and caressed her lover which is Paris or she can be a very sultry kind of lover too but well come the city of Paris and her being and damn she can be at a river of tragedy and sadness in a river of work and prosperity as for that somewhat erotic part I mean you're not kidding I wanted to hear the first words of Maurice chevalier song lesson last want.
"algiers" Discussed on KGO 810
"I believe, is what kind of Doyle tells us Bruce, your you've got your pipe in your mouth, and your and your deer stalker on your head. So does North Korea to your knowledge to the defense department's knowledge to the experts knowledge does North Korea possess a factory, that's capable of turning out? They solid fuel missile. Good evening to you, Bruce. Good evening, and I've seen no such thing. What I have seen is North Korea in previous years. A couple years ago testing, what look very much like the old Chinese solid fuel missile the jail, one out of a submarine, and they, and they also tested, a land-based of that, that they even launched using code Weinstein acknowledgee like he would from a submarine. From land. So we know that they either probably got that from the Chinese or got it from a third party who had bought it from the Chinese either as possible, this new missile that we just saw tested looks like at advanced version of a missile, they already have, which is a K N, two also known as the SS twenty one, the Russians replace that in two thousand six centrally with what is known as the SS twenty six. And that's what this looks like a missile that really gives him the capabilities that we have not seen them have before to target things like barracks, white wines, headquarters buildings with an actual missile, because they're Scuds, just aren't that accurate nor Canadian moved around that fast. So that's what I see is, as so interesting about this latest, missile test, they've conducted. So Bruce, just to put this in context, there have been. Over the years, a lot of tests of missiles by North Korea. But these have been liquid fuel missiles, a much more advanced missile and much more a missile, which is much more of a real weapon is a solid fuel missile. So from August of two thousand sixteen we've seen the North Korean start to test solid fuel missiles, it would seem and tell me if I'm right or wrong. But I got this from you. So it's probably right that the least likely explanation. Is that the North Koreans developed this on their own? True. Yeah. I don't think it's likely develop that missile that you and I talked about a couple of years ago. They were launching a submarine, and then the land based version, and I think it's very unlikely that they develop this new missile similar to the candor Cayenne, excuse me, the S twenty six. Because it just it looks too much like the SS twenty six. This latest, missile a little scary, because all these liquid base missiles, you and I talked about, on more terror weapons and actually being able to target MOR, infant military targets whereas this missile that they're testing if it's the same missile and most experts think that it is we're actually talking about a missile could be fired that can target the headquarters building at camp Humphreys or squadrons of f sixteen jets at Ozan airbase. This is a significant capability. The North Koreans have added if that's all true. And it was done at a specific time to show us. Yeah, we're not we're not testing ICBM's, but we are testing missiles, that gives us a much better capability to attack. US forces on the tree in peninsula. So, so Bruce. You know you hear the president say, well, this is just standard stuff. But as you point out this standard stuff can actually be a real, usable weapon against US forces in South Korea. And the one thing that, that distresses me is that we as a nation are not having a discussion about what we're the North Koreans get this stuff. They didn't do it on their own in all probability. They probably got it from China and Russia, and are we having discussions with Moscow and Beijing. We're certainly not having them in public. Well, those are great points Gordon. I mean this latest missile that they tested, the Russians have themselves, obviously, they deployed it in two thousand six they've sold variants, obviously, proliferation variants to Armenia in Algiers. But they've also deployed several versions of our several systems of this weapon to Syria during the civil war. So it's only possible that the Russians gave some of these to the Syrians the Syrians sold them to the North Korean so either way, I mean, pick your poison is it is it worse, if the Russians actually sold it to the North Koreans. Or is it worse that the Syrian soul, the tool with the Syrians actually sell this stuff? If Russia didn't have didn't approve it beforehand. I mean you're talking about relatively sophisticated weapons. I mean, the Russians would have had to have known that the Syrians would have sold this, right. I know speculation. But I mean it makes sense. I mean, there's no information for sure that, that happened. But, you know, using common sense, one would assume so the Syrians also sold the SS twenty one system to the North Koreans several years ago. So one would assume that if the Northridge are looking to an upgraded system that could do more and be more accurate than the SS twenty one that they would pick this system. Well as coincident would have it just a few years ago, watching said, deployed that same system, the upgrade to the SS twenty one to Syria. And now we see the SS twenty six or something looks very much like it being tesla in North Korea spectacle, professor Angeles state university, the author, most recently of North Korean military, proliferation in the Middle East, and Africa and neighboring violence and instability. Gordon Chang of the Debbie based. I'm John Batchelor. Taking you through that third shift. This is the John Batchelor show..
"algiers" Discussed on AP News
"Algiers constitutional council of the full Michief Quint under pressure from protesters. Presidential election has been set for July fourth to choose the successor to occur. Deadly storms closing roads in the south. I'm Jacky Quin within news minute. Severe weather making travel. Difficult is Good Friday. A suspected tornado touching down near Roanoke, Virginia down trees blocked, part of interstate twenty six in South Carolina. A falling AP digital news back in a moment. I'm ready to take the next step. I'm ready for university. That will help me Vance in my education and career university. That will make me feel supported and connect ready for ODU online quickly set or go to online ODU dot EDU today. Maybe who weighed just two hundred fifty eight grams or nine ounces when he was born five months ago is going home from the hospital Japanese TV showing the boys sitting in his mother's arms. Looking around at the TV cameras. His mother told reporters Friday, she was worried and cried a lot at first because he was so fragile and had transparent skin. She says she's now able to breastfeed him the boys. Doctors told Kyodo News Service, the baby's healthy now and weighs three point three seven kilograms or seven point four pounds. Technology unit's getting a one billion dollar boost. Japan's top automaker Toyota and auto parts maker Denso say together, they'll invest six hundred sixty seven million into and internet company, soft bank's investment fund. Invest three hundred thirty three million. The money will go to new entity advanced technologies group or Uber AT which will try to develop and commercialize automated ridesharing services. Toyota's also promised to contribute up to three hundred million more over the next three years for developing next generation Thomas vehicles and services. Toyota's.
"algiers" Discussed on AP News
"Listening to the AP digital news network. Protesters in Algiers demonstrated for ninth straight Friday against the country's leadership amid calls for the departure of the powerful military's chief of staff with police forces deployed across the city several thousand gathered at the main post office in Algiers, which has been a landmark during the weeks of protests that have already full form of President Abdelaziz Bouteflika to stand down any of this week the country's. Interim president appointed a new head of Algiers constitutional council of after the full Machiko quit on depression from protesters at presidential election has been set for July fourth to choose the successor to flaker Uber is out with a new feature intended to help riders ensure they're getting into the right vehicles. It comes several weeks after a university of South Carolina. Student was killed after getting into a car. She had mistaken for the Uber ride. She hailed the company said it would. Now begin sending a push notification to riders reminding them to check the driver and vehicle. The alert will include the driver's name photo license plate number and vehicle making model. The future will roll out. I in Columbia, South Carolina and later nationwide. Uber is also sending emails to every rider to outline the steps to make sure they're getting into the right car. Malaysia is resurrecting a multibillion dollar property and transportation project in Kuala Lumpur with a Chinese state company calling it a contribution to China's global belt and road infrastructure initiative. The cabinet agreed to reinstate the Bandar Malaysia project, which is expected to cost thirty three point eight billion dollars the five hundred acre project's expected to boost urban development and serve as.
"algiers" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"What we were going to talk about this hour, Bradley. You got balls on the show today? You're going to talk about. No. No. But seriously, I remember there was this fake whole story about how he's the first one to post pictures of their home way back when and she said, she reprimanded him on social media and said, I thought we agreed no pictures of our home. And it's like, I think that was probably now looking back ally. Oh, yeah. It was just one of those to get people more interested going really, well, let me look at your home. This home is all for show or to the shore. Because if it's not it's very much about the sanity of these people. TV show to walk around in a world of Bauge all day every day with no accessories. I mean, there's not like a pillow. There's not like a church there's not a vase of like, why wouldn't you at least want like family photos? I don't know. Minimalism to a very different degree. I mean, this is your right contrived you've ever walked into a person's home. That's this showroom. Perfect. If they if they actually lived like monks or a lifestyle that wasn't like blinky. This would make more sense if they were like seriously Buddhists, and or maybe like material things, then then it would make more sense. But we all know that's not the case. So like look at her Q mention her makeup room. There are sixty five tubes. Lipstick some. Cabinet in my apartment, got one of them on channel palettes. That's dusty. My mom had some nasty curlers that. We're kind of have melted because that's not good for your hair. Yeah. This is not real. Well, can't be on the same page. Okay. Course who's who's get one? Okay. Well, I don't know who's going to get this yet. But it's a four pack of Algiers to see Matilda the children's theatre company. Running April twenty eighth through June twenty third on the United health group stage. Caller, seven holler, six five one six four one one zero seven one should we come right back, Alexis ES? We'll be back. Heard on Donna and Steve Milloy, which I know you're going to see what the kids this weekend may twelve million. That's number three. The box office roughing up fully week with boy. Now..
"algiers" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville
"Speaking from the capital Algiers. Cheerio? We are seeing soft military coup in Sudan, there was a direct military coup. There's no difference between us and Sudan. We are witnessing process of manipulation protesters say they'll continue to demonstrate until a democratic civilian transition takes place. Interim President Saleh has said elections will take place in Jura in July. The U N reported Sunday at least one hundred twenty people have been killed and Libya over the past week and a half as fighting intensifies between general half tars eastern, Libyan national army and the UN back government of national accord on Sunday after met with AGIP President Abdel Fattah Sisi who threw his support behind the renegade general and his Libyan national army forces as they continue their offensive on the capital Tripoli. The UN warned outbreaks of infectious diseases could spread quickly as more people flee the fighting and that it only has about two weeks of emergency supplies for hospitals and health facilities. Human rights groups are also sounding the alarm over the same. Safety of the many migrants and refugees who pass through Libya, thousands of whom are currently in my Grint, prisons Libyan's have taken to the streets to protest the escalating violence. We're here today in a purchase tickets military rule against the war. Criminal Khalifa star. The retired new to military rule. Yes. To democracy. Yes. To elections. Yes. To peaceful resolution.
"algiers" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM
"Was founded after nine eleven because they recognize that some people did something and that all of us were starting to lose access to our civil liberties, congress member Omar's comments were originally taken out of context and circulated by right wing media from the daily caller to Fox News and statement, congress member Omar said, quote since the president's tweet Friday evening, I've experienced an increase in direct threats on my life, many directly referencing or replying to the president's video. This is in danger lives it has to stop. She said in New York City Yemeni Bodega owners responded to Trump's attacks against congress member. Ilhan Omar by announcing their boy, cutting the sale and purchase of the New York Post over its front page attack on Omar the Murdoch owned daily paper fee. Featured an image of the burning twin towers on nine eleven referencing. Omar's comment out of context. Nine eleven was some people did something and the words here's your something in large print over the photo. The Yemeni American merchants association said the cover provoked hatred and targeted people of the Muslim faith, the international criminal court announced Friday. It was refusing to pursue an investigation into possible war crimes and crimes against humanity committed by the United States and other actors and Afghantistan the court suggested the US lack of cooperation with the investigations behind the decision. Earlier this month, the US revoked the visa of ICT prosecutor thought to been Souda who asked icy see judges to authorize the investigation in two thousand seventeen human rights groups, condemned the decision Catherine Gallagher of the center for constitutional rights said the I c was bowing to President Trump's pressure camp. Pain and that quote with its decision. The international criminal court sends a dangerous message that bullying wins, and that the powerful won't be held to account in Sudan, the head of the newly installed military council resigned. Friday, just one day after he was sworn in following the ouster of longtime President, Omar but sheer the ouster came after months of public protest Manding Beshir's resignation. The military's chief of staff also step down from his post on Friday protesters celebrated the news and mounted Kohl's for the creation of a civilian transitional council rejecting the military's proposal to lead a two year pre election transition period. Meanwhile, the United Nations has called on Sudanese authorities to release anyone arrested for demonstrating against the government. It also called on Sudan to cooperate with the international criminal court, which shoot in rest warrant in two thousand five four the ousted leader al-bashir over possible war. Crimes sedans, military council said they will not hand over al-bashir to the ICC. But instead will put him on trial in Sudan with other. Former leaders local reports emerged Monday that other top officials from al-bashir government were arrested by the military council and could also face prosecution in Algiers police arrested over one hundred protesters as thousands.
"algiers" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Hours alone. Four momentum. Log on pin funeral winners means Mr. Guido who's recognized as Venezuela's interim president by dozens of countries could be arrested and jailed our correspondent will grant is in the capital Caracas. And what were the grounds for the decision? The grounds were essentially that he defied travel ban last month, we saw when he came back in sort of victorious wave to his supporters that was as I say sort of fuel wanting a travel ban that have been put in place by the supreme court so that was the pre pretext if you like, but ultimately as far as I can see this is about the fact that he's declared himself interim president this is tied. His finances all these sorts of things, but ultimately this essentially about the fact that he is called himself. Interim president and has represented this challenge to president Maduro. So does this mean he's likely to be arrested? And if he is what would the impact? In Venezuela via if that is definitely definitely a step closer one. That will be huge escalation, I think if the tensions and oversleep things are very very tense in Venezuela at the moment, I wouldn't rule it out. And what I mean by that is that they have obviously already arrested his right hand man, keep literature adviser and charging him with terrorism. Offenses. They have now stripped Mr. Guido of his parliamentary immunity and does leave the path clear to to an arrest if they decided to act on that is another question though. Because as I say would rank are pressure a great deal on the Maduro government, particularly from the Trump administration. We'll have absolutely because Mr. guava is gonna lot of international support Henley. He has at least fifty nations have recognized him as the interim president of Venezuela. But of course, you know, the question, I guess the inner circle of the Madero government might be asking themselves as well. Will actually donated we do to anything. So there may be an element here where they're sort of cooling the bluff of the Americans. If you like I think the Trump administration and the State Department which say that is very very unwise game to be playing that they meant it when they said, there will be severe consequences, if Mr. wider was in any way, arrested or harmed that was real ground in Caracas. He's been in power for two decades. But now, the rain of Jerry is President Abdelaziz Bouteflika is over following weeks of protests and pressure from the military. The two year old has officially announced he'll stand down with immediate effect. The news published in a letter in state media was greeted with celebrations across the country in the capital Algiers. People took to the streets sounding their car horns and singing..
Arab League rejects Trump's Israel policies at annual summit
"Arab leaders into nesia for the start of the annual Arab League summit are divided on several regional issues, but they are starting off United in rejecting US recognition of Israeli control over the occupied Golan Heights and fears Lama Orion has more although Syria was missing from the summit because it was kicked out of the league and twenty eleven representatives from over twenty countries jointly condemned President Trump's decision reaffirming that the Golan Heights is serious territory. They also condemned Trump's announcement last year to recognize Jerusalem as Israel's capital Kingston man of Saudi Arabia said he absolutely rejected any measures undermining serious sovereignty. But there were a few major leaders missing from the summits like Sudan's ommited, but she and Algiers President Abdelaziz Bouteflika. Both of them are dealing with mass protests in their countries
President Abdelaziz Bouteflika, President And Hanan General Amagai discussed on The World
"The head of the army says President Abdelaziz Bouteflika should be declared unfit to rule and removed from office is the strongest signal yet that Algiers powerful military is abandoning Mr. Buda flicker who's eighty two and in poor health after weeks of protests. He he's Taha reports achieving media described the army chief's comments at the dropping of a massive bomb. Addressing the military lift Hanan general Amagai solid referred to an article in the constitution which can declare the poster president vacant if the office holders, unfit to rule General Saleh said this would be an immediate solution to the crisis in ALgeria, which would need the legitimate demands of the people there have been weeks of mass protests against president would've liuqiu under the constitution. The speaker of the Senate Abdelkadar, Ben Sallah would become acting head of state pending an election within ninety
President Abdelaziz Bouteflika, Mister Wicker And President discussed on BBC World Service
"News Algierians have been celebrating. After the ailing President Abdelaziz Bouteflika about domestic protests by withdrawing his candidacy for a fifth term in office. Hundreds took to the streets of Algiers waving national flags and sounding horns in delight. After twenty years in power mister wicker said he was handing Algieria future to a new generation. However, there's concern that the president also spawned next month's
"algiers" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"That is the band Algiers playing live here in our studio and the song is called him for an average man you'll find it on their most recent album their sophomore effort called the underside of power. And we've taken the opportunity to bring them into our studio. Let me introduce you to the members of Algiers at our piano and singing lead vocals Franklin James Fisher Franklin. Good Lee tash playing guitar although Lee playing it with a bow on that song high high and some sampling to right, yes. In the sampler nearby. Ryan mayhem playing the bass and keyboards, and you've got some sampling gear over there to right running all sorts of hobby at all kinds of stuff around. And Matt Tong sitting in in drum world over there in the corner. Good to see Matt. Franklin. Let me let me ask you something about that piece because the piano part first of all to kind of dramatically different sound from most of what Algiers the sound world is very electric. It's very Dr you have this little piano riff, and it almost sounds like a sample because it it's kind of oddly chopped off. And it keeps repeating almost like a Steve Reich Philip glass thing, right? And then suddenly Bernard Hermann comes in. And the song goes into a completely different place. Did you write that at the piano? I did. And it's funny. You mentioned Philip glass because my friend, Alex western who's one of his assistants unions, really brilliant composer in his own, right? He can help me find my way through that. Because I think all four of us in the band are fans of contemporary, classical music and experimental music. But me personally, I don't really understand the theory. If I if I write something that kind of gets me into a bind, I can't really find my way out. So Alex kind of helped me stay in ways that I was trying to do with. But that can be an interesting thing to work yourself into a bind, and you know, maybe have to explode out of it in a way that isn't the usual way. Absolutely. That's the best part about being in this band. So Ryan how much of the sound of the band is wrapped up in the message of the band. I mean, these are songs about injustice and pressures of social change and stuff like that. And how much of the the noise and distortion and the urgency of the sound is is the medium the message here. I guess is what I'm asking is really interesting question. And then as Frank was mentioning opening up worlds and sound worlds. I think that's what we tried to do with this band. So we tried to build an entire world, and hence, the name Algiers and actually references a very specific place and very specific space in history as the first country to throw off colonialism in this case fighting in resisting French colonialism, but also representing something for the third world in general being a space of resistance and the P L O had an office there. The Black Panthers have an office there. So for us. In Algiers and for us. It was it was an idea to resuscitate this idea of internationalism, but also represent that really complex violent and very melancholy history. So maybe as a direct message, we don't consider ourselves a protest ban. We consider ourselves a social bandits immersed and various social spaces. And of course, we have to speak to those really dark histories were also from the south in the south, obviously has one of the worst histories were you guys aware when you named the band that Algiers in Louisiana was like basically a holding pen for enslaved Africans when they were you know, they would be taken off the vote. And that's where they'd be cleaned up before they were literally sold. Right. We've actually been in contact with a lot of people from Algiers they've written us on different occasions. It's interesting because it's you you have a name signifies, so many different things for different people and all seems to work within the context of what it is that we represent what we're trying to convince now do you have to walk a fine line between. Songs that are angry and calling out injustice, which can leave a listener feeling hopeless and depressed like and songs that have hope and perseverance and a sense of uplift to them. You know, that's an interesting question. I mean, I think Ryan talks often about how nihilism conceding tonight isn't really an option. Particularly in the times, we live and just the act of making music, you know, it's Lebanon idols. I think their their last record is called a joy as an act of resistance resistance. They couldn't see it more perfectly. Yeah. And you know music is very much a human thing. And it causes us to connect and see the humanity and each other. And so it doesn't really matter. How Dr subject matter is you know, that you are creating something right? And we're also paying homage to to everyone who's ever struggled and resisted against something. We're not claiming to be revolutionaries in our own, right? But we're definitely influenced by the Rev. Visionary spirit. And it's really interesting that you mentioned that idols record because we should name our next record resistance as an act of joy. Going back to public enemy and how they took fight for your right to party, and they said party for your right to fight. Yeah. I think it's a similar thing for us. And I don't think we have to walk a fine line because the human experiences is immersed in all those different facets. Well, and the thing with idols, I mean as long as we've mentioned them, and I I should say it's idea LES, not ideal LS, great British punk band, whose music it has this social content to it. But you're pogo ING up and down as you. Listen to it, right? Has it's just. Sonically? It's a different approach from what you guys take. And the interesting thing is, you know, a lot of your lyrics like the next song. You're going to Cleveland you name names. Yeah. I mean, you literally name names in the song. But it's in this kind of wash of reverberate, and you know, the haze of distortion stuff. So speaking purely as a listener, it's like, you can kinda get the feeling from the sound of the band, which is why I asked that question. But to kind of parse what you're really talking about requires either a lyric sheet in front of you or or some really careful listening and trying to get through all of that. Well, I think as listeners as readers one thing that we take joy in are the sorts of texts texts with a capital T that you can engage in those texts cause you to come back and every time you go back and read it or watch it. Or listen, you discover more things in Julian and engaging something in that respect. I think that informs to to a great degree how we construct our compositions. I well, let's hear another song. You wanna do Cleveland, which also appears on the last record called the underside of power. The band is algae and they're playing live for us. Now, it won't be. Yabu? Dazzling diana. The song is called Cleveland and the sample the coral sample, that's based on is actually from the the choir of the Reverend James Cleveland. You don't hear him actually singing? But you do hear his backing choir throughout that song performed live in our studio by the band Algiers. And you'll find studio version of this song on their album called the underside of power. We heard two songs from Algiers that they recorded in our studio for the soundcheck podcast series, which you can download for free at new sounds dot org. Most of the music on this edition of new sounds coming from our live in studio performance series, and again songs and stories that that deal with the African American experience many of them from a woman's perspective, and we will hear from Rianne and Giddens both live in our studio. And from this remarkable project called songs of our native daughters that she's a part of as we continue in a moment. I'm John Shafer. And you're listening to new sounds.
"algiers" Discussed on 600 WREC
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Exclusive: Saudi Arabia, Russia agreed in Sept to lift oil output, told U.S.
"An extra one million barrels a day of oil and could do even more yet market. Doesn't seem to care oil has been pushing well into higher. Territories. After the September meeting in Algiers spurred prices to a four year high today, they are off though one percent for WTI. Ian, Shepherdson pantheon micro economic chief. Economist tells Bloomberg a higher price for oil is not all that bad for the USA. So this is a new thing for the US. We've always sort of the us is being hurt by high prices, but actually high gas prices are higher oil prices on our positive because of the immediate response in the show business to the puppet of making more money. Meanwhile, stocks are up headed toward records as the dollar gains after a private jobs data pollsters confidence in the world's largest economy. We look at those numbers every fifteen minutes rectal trading day on Bloomberg radio. SP five hundred up one half of one percent up fourteen. Dow's up six ten percent up one hundred fifty nine. The NASDAQ is up one half of one percent up forty. Three the ten years down ten thirty seconds. The yield three point one zero percent west Texas intermediate as I indicated is now down nine percent nine tenths percent at seventy four fifty four berlet's nine tenths percent. Comex gold's down a tenth percent at twelve. Oh, five ten per ounce. Footsie is up a half percent because of national day. The Dax in Germany is closed attack. In Paris is up one half of one percent. That's a Bloomberg business flash. I'm Greg Jarrett. This is Bloomberg
OPEC, Allies End Meeting with No Pledge to Boost Supply
"Of the organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries have completed their last meetings in Algiers where they discussed. Supply and demand with more. Here's John Clemens. Several members are pushing for higher oil prices amid lower production levels. So that may impact what Motors will have to pay Patrick DeHaan of gas buddy dot com gives this the latest average price the national average for a gallon of gasoline has dropped about seven tenths of a penny. In the last week it currently stands at two dollars and eighty four cents a gallon that is still twenty eight cents higher than one year ago.
OPEC pushes for higher oil prices
"Have just wrapped up their latest meetings in Algiers where they discussed supply and demand USA radio's John Clemens with the story. Several pack members are pushing for higher oil prices amid lower production levels. So that may impact what Motors will have to pay to HANA gasbuddYcom gives us the latest average price the national average for a gallon of gasoline has dropped about seven tenths of a penny. In the last week it currently stands at two dollars and eighty four cents a gallon that is still twenty eight cents higher than one year ago. Those Mississippi Alabama had the lowest prices at two fifty two a gallon while Hawaii had the highest at three seventy five. I'm John
Can Iran weather the oil-sanctions storm?
"Iran says the weekend OPEC meeting in Algiers proves there is little support for President Trump and US sanctions that cartel and its allies sidestep the president's demand for cheaper oil instead saying they would react to market needs. Sanctions are due on Iranian oil in November as the White House seeks to cut output and exports to zero Tehran says that won't happen. The United States is not capable of bringing our oil exports zero. This is an empty promise. That is empty of credibility perhaps on this. We will sustain certain pressures, but certainly the United States not reach its objective.
Passengers held on plane in France over cholera fears
"And another reason why I suspect that this is a gain of function exercises because one hundred and forty seven passengers on a flight from Algieria or held on a plane today landed in France. A plane landed in France who was a child on board. There was suffering from cholera at least. That's what was reported today child on board a plane a flight from Algiers one hundred forty seven passengers on board were exposed to a child who had cholera. The passengers were held on the plane at. The airport but the south of France for over an hour waiting for health. Authorities and paramedics to arrive and they were saying the child was likely to carry cholera evacuated to the hospital for examination firefighters escorted people to the hospital the play the traveled from Iran in ALgeria. Where a recent color epidemic has left three dead and over seventy people contaminated. The other passengers went under forty seven in total. And members of the flight crew were let off the plane shortly after three fifteen pm after being held on board for just over an hour. According to reports in the French press there were eventually allowed off the plane, they disinfected their hands, and they had to disinfect the aircraft. Of course, caller is transmitted through fecal matter. Infected fecal matter often by contaminated water or food people were exposed to cholera it can cause acute diarrhea vomiting, the hydration if it's left untreated it can kill
Africa, Rona Meyer and Nigeria discussed on Midday on WNYC
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Algeria plane crash victims were badly burned, authorities say
"To a blue wave of democratic gains in november i gave it some consideration but i really do not believe whether i stay or go in twenty nineteen is going to affect a person's individual race for congress i really don't think a person's race for congress is going to hinge on whether paul ryan speaker or not top contenders to replace ryan as house speaker are majority leader kevin mccarthy of california and house majority whip ski steve scalise of louisiana we'll have more on paul ryan's retirement from congress later in the broadcast fbi agents who raided the home hotel room and offices of president trump's personal attorney michael colin we're seeking clues about how cohen worked with the trump campaign in two thousand sixteen to suppress negative information that's according to the new york times which reports the agents were seeking documents related to the two thousand five access hollywood tape and which trump is recorded openly boasting about sexually assaulting women the latest revelations columnist trump's former chief strategist steve bannon urge the president to fire deputy attorney general rod rosenstein and to stop cooperating with special counsel robert muller's investigation into alleged ties between trump's campaign and russia and algeria the government's declare three days of national mourning after a military passenger jet crashed outside the capital algiers on wednesday killing two hundred fifty seven people on board it was l julius worstever air disaster and the deadliest plane crash since two thousand fourteen when malaysia airlines flight seventeen was shot down over ukraine among the dead in wednesday's crash were twenty six members of the police surreal front a western saharan independence movement seeking to end morocco's forty two year rule of the west african territory on capitol hill facebook ceo mark zuckerberg faced off with lawmakers for a second straight day wednesday admitting to a house committee that he too had data from his facebook account collected by a third party without his consent zuckerberg's testimony came as lawmakers investigate how the voter profiling company cambridge on olympic harvested data from more than eighty seven million facebook users without their permission and efforts to sway voters to support president donald trump this is soccer a new methodology of the american political pariah jane congressman this is an important question because i think people often ask what the differences between surveillance and what we do and i think the.