30 Burst results for "Aljazeera"
U.S. And Britain Warn People to Avoid Kabul Airport
"A number of nation. Say there is a high threat of a terrorist attack ads couple airports and have warned their citizens not to travel there australia. The us and uk shoot alerts to their citizens. Those already outside. The airports have been advised to leave the area immediately. So what other things currently like in the country. Melissa fung is a canadian journalist filmmaker and author back in two thousand and eight. She was captured by the taliban and held hostage. Melissa's recently returned to afghanistan to make a film about women therefore aljazeera here is what she told monocle. Twenty four so. Georgina godwin about her efforts to help afghan women. I feel so helpless right now. Just trying to get some my friends on the last flight to canada and being told that the taliban not allowing any afghan nationals into the airport only people with foreign passports or allowed even if you have a letter of these from canada you can't get on that plane you can't get into the airport and so i just feel so i just feel so helpless and so it's personal. These women are my friends. I care about them. They're scared they're in hiding. And i can't help them right now. And it's just been really emotional and frustrating couple weeks since the taliban took the country. And i'm not the only one feeling this one day. Somebody who write the story of this community of women around the world networking trying feverishly to get their friends out. And we're all heartbroken. That's the bottom
Saudi Arabia says it seeks a way to end dispute with Qatar
"I think that we should talk about the gulf because the gulf cooperation council due to meet in riyadh on tuesday to discuss a potential end to the blockade of qatar. That has been going on since twenty seventeen And obviously this is provoked Quite a bit of coverage about whether we will finally see a deal and see an end to this blockade So if for example you look and you have to look pretty hard but you will find coverage in the saudi daily arab news Which started with statements from the kuwaiti ambassador to saudi arabia. Says there is a for tunnel and positive atmosphere ahead of the talks. And how credible is the report of fraternal positive atmosphere Extremely good question. A lot of the coverage that we see so for example if you look At some of the coverage online at fronts. Twenty four Aljazeera tells aljazeera which is Very much the focus of some of the irritation from Blockading countries for that coverage They help they also covered this story. it took me a while to find that story to interestingly enough But they both they give different reasons for how close or how far this this group of countries might be to a resolution so if you look at france twenty. Four they mentioned A coach an analyst is saying that bahrain hasn't signed but the other blockading states have They quote The abu dhabi minister for foreign affairs on walker gash a big figure saying that political and social atmospheres in the gulf are looking to end the koto crisis. If you consider that to be a meaningful statement But if you look at what. Al jazeera is doing They kind of casually mentioned that you know any deal. won't be a comprehensive agreement it will be a set of principles and they say the pressure is on saudi from from the us To come to an agreement But the the uae has. It's own agenda so quite different versions of the same situation. What will break this. Because there's no way surely that kosovo will say we supported terrorism. Yes we're too close to run. That's very true. I mean previously. There was a list of i believe it was about twelve points that The blockading states for trying to get caught up to agree to that. Included things like shutting down Their state broadcaster aljazeera And qatar essentially said well. We're we're going to wait it out and did nothing as far as we can tell At least from the outside And so i think that what the customers have shown is that they can outlast this. So i mean i think it will really start with the idea that any agreement has to be a negotiated on more reasonable lines Looks like it will be about things like use of saudi airspace for example And so things you know if they start negotiating along things that where you might be able to reach agreement then an agreement perhaps could be on the horizon.
The Age of Miracle and Wonder Women
"Come to the promised by gas. Brought to you on t. v. one the voice of the city where last week in honor of international human rights day. A huge pride flag was installed in a tubular seal frame atop a massive twelve meter or forty foot flagpole planted in a bit of concrete a ways beneath the soft warm sands of the most the lgbtq beach that divides the hilton from the c. Itai pincus arrived the alderman who holds what is referred to as the pride portfolio on the city. Council said quote. This flag will remind us that all human women and men are equal even if they need to fight for it tel aviv. Jaffa is one of the only cities in the world over which this flag will fly all year round and quote an argument. Nothing captures the spirit of this city. We love so well tel aviv. Feel better than craning back your head shielding your eyes against the sun with your hand and seeing flapping above you. The violet indigo green yellow orange and red stripes representing respectively spirit serenity nature sunlight healing and life and indicating that on these sands on these shores all are equal all are welcome and ideal that we never do meet but that we are always at the very least dedicated to fighting for with us in the studio is a woman who's lovely prose is forever a vehicle for spirit serenity nature sunlight healing and life. I refer of course to alison kaplan. Summer allison is written for politico. The new republic foreign policy that jerusalem posted jt the forward and many other very best papers and magazines. She is a columnist. With how are you have heard on. Npr pri and the bbc and you have seen her on. I twenty four television and aljazeera. Tv you can meet more though obviously not all of your marion hankering these days by listening to her host the arts weekly podcast alison also holds. A neighbor world tenor award for journalism recognizing. Excellence in the asper reported. Emmy simon rock our award for excellence and covering zionism alley in israel. Alison how are you doing. Oh you know. With the third lockdown being announced and fourth elections just spirit serenity and calm. That's that's true of us. All there was ever a time to join a cult at this time. Now i'm just going with the different stripes on this rightfully flag. I think that that we can go with those also with the stage just heard. His voice is a man who's recent contribution to offscreen magazine a journal of israeli film culture which was a joint interview about the newish. Borat movie begins with a single word. Wow naturally i referred to ohio dealt zubaydah. Ohio is a book reviewer. For arts aside from arts and offscreen you have also read ohio's fiction in granta. You probably have read him in the now. Sadly defunct must miss local newspaper ear for which he wrote i when he was fourteen between then and now he hosted a weekly show on halley tv on arts and culture in israel. He is admired for his genius. Love for his warm human decency and envy for his effortless cool. Oh had been too long been doing. It has been too long. I'm very happy to be back in the studio after my mid semester has posted the cutest photo of ohad is a young woman with the promise on my soul so little hair on my face migrated some people wrote in saying i always wondered what oh how to look like and you don't exactly look that way fourteen anymore. What he actually looks like i did. I did underneath when people are responding and saying that. I need to look my name is oh ephron i don't mean to boast but i just received another bottle of caffeine pills fortified with l. nin for quote unquote focused energy. And i have been popping those babies like tic tacs. And i don't mean to brag because that's not how i was brought up but as i get older and i swear this is true as i get older i become more and more. Judy garland every single day. This week we have three topics of non parallel importance. But first we have a matter that we're following with lord interests in great concern as part of an occasional series. We the promise. Podcast coolly considers the classic cohen. When is a friend and anemone. I was scrolling through headlines earlier this week at a news aggregation site called me. Zach live or live newsflash including these quote netanyahu colon blue and white reneged on agreement and dragged us to new elections and from tomorrow colon. Ten new vaccination centres serving all of the health cooperatives will open in the south and the north of our country and more than twenty arrests in demonstrations protesting the killing of a youth by police in the west bank and load colon injured three collided with a parked vehicle while riding his bicycle and tel aviv. Colon a youth hurt while playing with explosives and then this quote. A heartwarming discovery colon. The first anemone has been spotted in the reforest. The first nominee was spotted today by. Its sick lugosi. The j. nf forest ranger who works in the western negative in the same place a negative. Iris has bloomed as well as a tourist huck. Bit plant end quote just after. I saw this headline the new site wine at posted on facebook. A gorgeous close up of the anemone with the heading quote on our way to a red south. The first red anemone has blossomed in the berry forest smiley face emoji with big red hearts for is end quote from there. The item was picked up by all the papers including the online ultra-orthodox paper. Be ma where the reporter who usually covers the security and politics beat isaac gama is his name filed a story headlined report from reforest. The first anemone has appeared. See documentation of the blossoming which peace including two videos. As far as i can tell exclusive videos. One avai single red anemone in the middle of a large grass pasture. The other begins with a close up of four white irises. And then pans across an expanse of grass until it settles on what seems to be the same single read an emmy or colony as we call it in hebrew
Ivory Coast opposition vows to form transition government
"In ivory coast. At least twelve people were killed. During protests saturday voters headed to the polls anti-government protests intensified in the weeks leading up to the election as opponents say the president's bid for a third term is a violation of the constitutional two-term limit as early results. Show him in a commanding lead. Opposition leaders are calling for a civilian transition from us government aljazeera reports. At least thirty people were killed. In pre-election
Canary's Royal origin story
"Just aim and make that the problem that needs solving what they tell us about how you re right because you actually had a pretty interesting off between. Okay. So we've talked about the thing I'm so sorry this is turned into your life by the way. I mean, look for those of you who are listening I mean you can probably guess that her brain and I. A friends and I'm friends also Hula and I'm friends with Shell like I. Love these guys and I just think the history is is really interesting which is why I'm bothering to draw it out in podcast, but you didn't just go straight from. Straight from post into into things, canary thinks had a previous incarnation. Really. Tell us about that. So. So it's actually interesting because leaving things I knew that we wanted I wanted to try to build a product company. and. My earlier hope was actually slightly more ambitious than that of multiple products ends vision of you just buildings and then split them off and they'll go become companies on their own. And one of the things you figure out as that everything you build actually takes a whole bunch of efforts to get it to market I. didn't know the product that we wanted to build yet. So lost left sense post roll already headed huggy up version of multi go and so he went it's today did on that and made it better and better and better and when I left I had like four or five ideas. One of them was a west of believe it or not. One of them was like, how can we detect badness on this thing? One of them were solving? Remote Password resets as lame as that sounds like the Susan unsolved from a short list of them. And my plan was to find customers could pay me to solve that problem for them with understanding that I could then resell that as a product and and so instead of raising money said I'd go to a customer and say, Hey, this is a big problem for you pay me the bullet for you and after I bullet for them might sell it to other people and so we we tried a few problems and then there's a division in the because one of the first customers that actually did stuff like this fall we built aversion Ibuka version of wikileaks for Ozier, Jazirah. I'm really surprised that you actually a named that because I was prepared to ask you a question about the work you did for I broadcast because this is not something you've really spoken about publicly before is it? No I haven't. Not for a huge secret, but but just because like like generally customer names adjust not what? You did a lot of work for Aljazeera for quite a bit. And I were interfacing with very senior people in that organization. So. So what happened was it started with a friend of mine who worked there said that they needed or they were interested in wikileaks prod program, and this was way early when Wiki leaks was the darling of journalism soap. So you took this is when wikileaks was cool. It wikileaks was cool and all the journalists wanted them and already aljazeera was saying they wanted own platform where people could leak stuff to them. So I spoke to them a little bit and we actually bought a really cool thing for them like like considering when it was. Tells you. It's age it was a Java applet that loads on the client machine. Would negatively tool and natively PGP. Of with the logic that the stuff you want to leak never leaves your machine without being encrypted with a key that's never shown on the Internet. So on your machine gets encrypted and by the time, it reaches the Sava it's natively toward. So the Selva doesn't know who sent it. You can just pull that stuff off the server end up PG peaks update later on and what year was this This was twenty, ten, late twenty ten. So. So it was super cool an and advantage for but. And while I was doing it the whole of Egypt solution habit and I was looking at the at. Aljazeera. Win when Egypt cell. And Up Ultra Zito got taken off the edge and at the time what what I figured out just by accident by being there was that datebook that security meant having a file and here was all that was covering a what was becoming a Adam Spring. But literally, they had zero reveal understanding of security of like everything you can think off flat network and also it's such an interesting business model right? Like like everybody hits the John Lewis but journalists literally have. Some journalists have all the interests of a full blown spies except they publish everything end. Actually vamping up in cotton wool isn't the solution because putting stuff out there is what they do. So, ended up speaking to the general a at the time and. I proposed a bunch of products that I said we could vote for them again with the view to these would be great products A. Outside. And we agreed on a contract where we could hold a bunch of things like how would you know you owned? If you were journalists how would you know that your devices will own stuff like? And the interesting thing is he said look you can do this as long as you come over here to Doha welcome at you. And a at the time it was just my wife and I we said Okay let's let's go do a Doha holiday and see how that works. It turned out to be super interesting. Of An and when I got there, I saw the breath of their problems. And they then went through management changes like a a new data general came in who turned out to be A. Royalty and he was more interested in locking stuff down and at that point I said to them hey, listen he does these projects that we're doing for you but I'll leave. And he said look, can you build also security team and so? Essentially, what I did at that point, and at that point things was just me. So, I had the ability to and I said okay. Hired their team that team up and and something? That's that's not spoken about in the Canadian origin story is after I bought that team and left them like at still periodically. Not so much consult for them as as like give advice to some of the executives like like the head of the new media division or the head of ED Technology Division. and would canetti pitched idea to them of dropping honeypots as as a way to get insight into the new. Satellite Networks and they didn't implement normally they they used to do everything I'd say, and they didn't over two visits and that's when we started to figure the hold on these people want to do it. They just not getting around to doing. And we need to make these. Yeah. The problem that needs solving is is making this thing so easy that people who want to will do it. End. Of the time see sewing them was super interesting because it gives you an interesting view again into the. House coming off ten years of. Ridiculously convoluted hack sense post right because in the position I ended up in like just get involved when it will cool hack. So cool customers and so you end up with these really cool technical problems. And now you walk in an actually your problem is solving. You'll analysts it. Yeah. Journalists in Morocco sharing.
Novak Djokovic and the Adria Tour Antics
"Everyone John Wartime here is this week's sports illustrated tennis podcast hope everyone is well healthy wearing a mask not at a Belgrade disco topless, which I suppose is where we ought to start Jamie I'm glad you're you're with me today. How's everything in your world? It is good I. AM also not in a Belgrade club dancing around in close quarters. Shouting. Indoors So, that's a win I. You know I had wanted to do A. Normal podcast. We're going to talk to Donald Dell longtime agent. He had some very interesting thoughts about how to merge the ATP and the WPA we were GonNA talk about. The plan for the US Open and tennis getting back in there some events this week. We were talking about the Patrick. marauded lose event, and the Charleston ended in of course everything blew up metaphorically and I. Guess You could say in a sense literally with news from from the Balkans this weekend which we probably timestamped us, we are speaking on. What is today Wednesday morning the right as cracked. So we are seventy two hours into this Kindly, call it a narrative I spoken a lot about this. I've written about this I will say before we can talk. Specifics I'm very surprised at the stem, and this is really world news. I mean I was getting calls. From Aljazeera the BBC and then I just Mary. Carillo is on MSNBC Today. Mean is really become much more than tennis story. For better worse I would argue worse, but this really has been. The kind of story had ripples beyond the the sport and beyond sports period I think a lot of people are. Sort of trying to figure out how we eat back to normal I think we're trying to see I think we're starting to see some real. Sort of disparities in countries, and even here in the United States with how this is not only being managed, and not only with the data says, but just in terms of philosophy, so I think this is the story of really found its way into into a much broader story, and this has become absolutely world news. I mean this is as big as a ten stories we've had since there's been a match and I guess what why don't we just start there? I, mean Jamie. Let's start with. Top Line Impressions of the Adria Tour Novak Djokovic in the last seventy two hours. Yeah you're right to say that tennis exhibitions don't normally get this much press. I think it's always a funny thing with antennas. When people you know who aren't as familiar with the sport, they see results from from an Axa, whether it's early in the year late in the year, and you know somebody, beat, someone, and most people just sort of shrug it off, but it's as you said really interesting to see how much this has really gone across the world. World and everyone is talking about it and rightfully, so because this is a big issue in I think it was from the Gecko, when we started to see the photos and the videos of everything that was happening between the hugging and everything that was happening on the court, and then of course everything that was happening all off the court. All of those images in those photos are really going to be the mark of this event of this tournament. And jovovich whether or not he deserves all of the blame or not will also be the face of this issue for a long time coming he is the organizer of this event of course, and also the oldest in terms of the players that was there and for me. That was something that you know. He really needed to use his his advantage, and the the younger players thereof and born Cora and others even Dmitrov for what it's worth. You know are are younger than him. They look up to him and for him to invite these players to come to this tournament in for him to organize this in the way that he did end to have the results that we had is just It's not great, and I wish that the best tennis player you know the number one in the world right now had thought a little bit more about how he was exposing all these people. It's unsafe conditions and took a little bit more time to think about how what the results and the repercussions of this could have been. Yeah I mean I think no-one covered themselves in glory. I mean there's already been a lot of finger. Pointing joke of its father have having moved on from from fettered. Baby is now pointing fingers at Dmitrov as the culprit, I mean this is just ugly stuff I. Mean I think we ought to pause here in and say we do hope everyone makes. A speedy and easy recovery as as nick, curious I wrote. Nick curious turned into the the Wiseman of tennis Munich. curios thoughts on all of this have been. A lot more reasonable and responsible than anyone else's and the nick curious very rightly says this virus is not a joke, so. Go further. Let's be clear. We hope everybody makes a a quick recovery from virus that we know you know. Six figures over is can be fatal. having said all that I think I mean it's sort of interesting in the grand scheme of things, people who are casual fans or not even sports fans at all. This is hubris recklessness, and here's this athlete who somehow has been living in. Sick enough bubble so that he doesn't realize it. You can pass this on other people and hey. Viruses are really contagious and things like masks really work
Flooding and Climate Change
"Large parts of the the United Kingdom recently headquartered a lot of rain when I look out my window to the river who's is that the riverside path is under about a meter of water and the river is about four times as normal width by the color of the water. It looks as though even more topsoil is being flushed out into the no see more heavy rain is forecast all cost for this weekend as Hurricane Lorenzo weakens and makes its way across the Atlantic generally whether in the UK is an inconvenience lenience elsewhere can be far more serious. We have to be very careful not to say that these weather extremes prove the climate change is happening. We we can certainly say that. If climate change predictions are correct these adjusted sort of weather events which we would expect experts have warned that a a section of the poem. Paseo glossier on my block is at risk of collapsing according to the Safe Mountain Foundation two hundred in fifty thousand cubic meters of ice must be about two hundred fifty thousand tonnes could break from the rest of the glassy. If this volume of ice fell down it would reach the valley floor in eighty seconds Stefan Barrichello a public work council of the AILSA Valley Aljazeera these phenomena once again show that the mountain goes through phase of strong changes due to climate factors Stefanina MS rookie the man of the nearby city of Coal Maya said in a statement that'll it is particularly vulnerable in India. One hundred people have died in Freddie in the states of Bihar an Qadesh with vast areas be inundated by delayed monsoon rains in talk for dish ninety. Three people have died due to the incessant. Rains is which caused hubs to collapse and led to an increase in snake bites dozens of people have also died in behind where boy boats have been deployed to rescue skew strategy residents experts blame a lack of planning and poor drainage systems which have been unable to cope with sudden an incessant rains range of the recent days Onnell Sean of the India Meteorological Department said Bihar and experienced a deficit of monsoon rains until into last week. When heavy rains returned levels to normal a major cause of the flooding was the lack of natural drainage affected areas? He explained not actual drainage has been destroyed. Not Repulsive being destroyed people have built the houses on the flood plains these other problems because once you destroy the natural drainage water doesn't to find a place to go out it leads the flooding he had warnings continue
"aljazeera" Discussed on The Ben Shapiro Show
"So many has gone. Here's a columnist for aljazeera is a columnist for the intercept which they wild radical left publication that is supremely anti Israel and is quite friendly with anti-semitism. He's a host on all Jazirah English. He tweeted out quote Megan's late father, literally saying Bom Bom Bom Bom Bom, Ron and insisted on referring to his Vietnamese. Chapters as Gook he also lest we forget gave the world Sarah Palin. So a little less faux outrage over former refugee turned freshman Representative lease. So this aljazeera hosts response is not that ill Henham are isn't anti semitic. It's that Megan McCain's dad is a bad guy. So Meghan McCain should shut up about anti-semitism. And who tweeted that? Oh, Illinois Murray tweeted that of course, because she is not in the slightest embarrassed or upset by her anti-semitism. She's quite happy about it. And why shouldn't you be happy about it? The entire Democratic Party just caved and covered for her. Why shouldn't she be overjoyed at the treatment that she has just received we know who's in the driver's seat now? And it's the anti-semites. And by the way, what's not pretend that this has nothing to do with with anti-semitism when it comes to when it comes to ill Hanno Maher's comments, you I valley is another radical left cartoonist. Sometimes I believe he's associated with some of the folks at the intercept, and you I valley put out this cartoon, you should subscribe. So you can actually see what the cartoon looks like it is straight from. The pages of their Shurmur. It is a Nazi cartoon. Hey, alive alley puts out a cartoon. And it shows. Megan McCain learning across necklace and in one hand, she has a box of multiple soup mix. And he makes her look, of course, hideous and overweight and all of this. And then the other hand she has a Jewish star marked you'd like udon as in like the Nazi yellow star. And then she has on the table in front of her a copy of gentle and in a book called Jewish race explained and says the things she said about the holy land that refugee girls wants to exterminate us Jews. I mean, this is straight up. It is straight up jewellery trade and the attempt to suggest that Megan McCain doesn't know what she's talking about because she's not Jewish and therefore she shouldn't care about anti-semitism. Like, the radical left is fine with anti-semitism. They're not just fine with it. They are enthusiastic about anti-semitism their supremely enthusiastic about anti-semitism. In fact. And it's obvious that they are they've been tolerating win this our sewer in their miss tolerance. Celebrating Linda Sarsour yesterday, Linda, Sarsour was asked if Israel has a right to exist. Now, there's a lot of anti Israel criticism criticism of Israel policy that is not anti semitic saying that Israel has no right to exist. That's actually anti semitic. Lot of Israel, commentary, not anti semitic. Israel has a right to exist. Anti semitic. That means the wiping out of some six million Jews in the Middle East and supplanting it with a radical Islamic dictatorship. That is what people like Linda Sarsour would like so Linda Sarsour was specifically about this. And I'll show you her response and their sponsor for bodyguards in just a minute. But first, let's talk about hiring..
"aljazeera" Discussed on WBAI
"Patriot your bureau patriot. You love your love your king. You'll love your flag. Obvious things for me. I'm kind of breaking those things apart or saying actually, a lot of this music and dance actually existed in resistance to the government enriches. The things now is trying to be kind of washed into being like well for you to be a good citizen and to conform to what it means to be exploited by our government. You have to think that because you like your music musician, you support the government would to me is not a correlation. That's usually one thing. And I get it actually more from Moroccans durians. But that that's one thing. The second thing is. When I get interviewed or when I put videos up of media this all the time. This is not even like something that's considered a controversy to me. But it's kinda normal is a lot of backlash of they're still a lot of stigma around women dancing in public. Because there is a which is also one of the primary things when you mentioned my bio earlier when we couldn't use me is is in reach project that I'm working on that outreach something within my own community is that we don't respect women artists in general, but also women who dance for a living because there is a stigma around sexual availability that which is not which may or may not true me be true. But that's no that's nobody's right to you know, put me in that box. The assumption is that if you're a dancer, you're automatically a sex worker. So that means that you're available for everyone's desire sexual consumption. Exactly. So that is one often thing has recently, I was interviewed by aljazeera and that video went very viral. But I how I deal with the controversies that I kind of ignore it to be honest because if you just listen to like. You know, I always said like lines. Don't listen to cockroaches. You know, I try not to listen to little people say things because then it derails me from what I actually have to do. But it happens a lot. I do get a lot of ridiculous comments were like, you should stop this. You're a shame for you to be moving like that or shaking like that. You're making us look bad. I'm like, we we've been doing this for thousands of years, but just now over the past century, he's hiding behind closed doors or having an only women ceremonies and things like that. Because men can back home can't deal with the fact that like women can express themselves in public and be wild and public shaken public and and be themselves and without that making you insecure. So I think what we say, well, we say an Algerian Creole or larger in French Creole is d- complexity the complexity comes to know is like a French Arabize French word like d- d complex..
"aljazeera" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Seekers south like they're sharing as a tear gas goes back towards the border patrol the middle of the night in Tijuana. Bruni bet is a Salvador national says he's tired, and he feels he's running out of options. This is my favorite our minds are blank right now. I don't know what we'll do. I don't know if we'll go back or tried to cross. Yes. That's correct. L zero is employing the chief engineer of the Star Trek starship enterprise, who I didn't know Scotty spoke Spanish here. He's tired feels. He's running out of options. At the moment that our minds are blank right now. I don't know what we'll do. I don't know if we'll go back or tried to cross given all she's got aljazeera dove. Now, what will do my mind is blank? As possible. There's I'm sure there's loads of people in Scotland to speak Spanish now zero found the guy, but I just got to say in in my translation hall of fame. This guy's broke is not as thick as it could be. I wish I wish they had gotten like we lead the groundskeeper some things from the Simpsons translate Rony. Our minds are blank right now. I don't know what we'll do. I don't know if we'll go back or trying to cross after several failed attempts at crossing the wall more than twelve hours of scouring the border for a safe passage. The group had no choice, but to return to the shelter and try their luck. Again, another day maneuvering Apollo. Does he want it? So there you go. Yes. If I'm caught I will the phrase that pays if if I'm caught I'll claiming asylum. Well, I can played and fought for Sodom if I'm deported. I guess I'll keep moving forward with his loft this hood. That's what we'll do. That's true. So anyway, that's always always remember folks, if caught plead insanity deny everything don't do any cover-ups and or claimed asylum tweeting out that story. So you can all watch you can all see that. I didn't just make that up. That was a real story that goes in for that's an English, by the way, I don't know how it translates into Arabic, but there's eight hundred million people who are going to base parlor opinion about the United States based on this propaganda. So that that happened the Newman PD murderer of the officer Ron saying is going to be arraigned today in Modesto will give you an update on that. And. Gavin Newsom wants you to talk read sing, and he's afraid that throwing a bunch of money already. You're not talk reading and singing. He's gonna throw two billion dollars that you all talk read saying pretty much to everybody's kids. Everyone talk read saying to every kid you see and that is how California's gonna make a generation of geniuses. Gary and Shannon show. Brian suits, filling in KFI AM, six forty more stimulating talk. I'm gonna claim Monica Rix with news a car crash into a fire hydrant in Anaheim hills has caused a cascade of problems after the crash in a residential area last night. The hydrants started shooting water like a geyser the water opened up a sinkhole in the street and the car also damaged a utility pole. Nearly one hundred aftershocks have been reported since five point oh magnitude earthquake on New Year's Eve in south central Alaska. According to the Alaskan earthquakes that are most of the aftershocks haven't been very strong. But a four point two magnitude quake hit a few miles from Anchorage this morning, a teenager in Georgia showing off a gun has killed himself after X. After accidentally killing his friend, please. In Gwinnett county, say the fifteen year old was in a shed showing off the gun to some friends Monday. When the gun went off hitting the seventeen year old teens took off and called nine one one. The police say the shooter shot and killed himself before he could be questioned whether and traffic next twenty nineteen is going to be another year of record heat and another year of record energy prices. And maybe it's time for you to install a solar system. There's new technology or super competitive prices substantial federal tax credits, which by the way twenty nineteen is last year for the full thirty percent. Then it goes down margin. I were introduced to son likes for our solar system that was an easy choice. I.
Podcasting Lessons From FOX News
"Saw a tweet by Donald Trump. So it could be total bullshit is says Fox News top CNN and immense NBC combined in October cable news ratings then he says that's because they treat me fairly. That's definitely bullsh-. Let's soon that what he says about their ratings is true, though, FOX is doing better than MSNBC and CNN combined. That's the case there's a big lesson here for your podcast here is why that would happen one old people and less educated. People are more likely to watch TV old people unless educated people are more likely to be conservative. If a certain group of people's more likely to watch TV and certain group of people is more likely to be conservative a conservative network on TV would you better than a liberal network? Now, this isn't to say that younger more educated people. In other words, liberal people aren't watching new. They are. But they're more likely to get their news from somewhere other than cable television. How many young people do you know that our court cutters? People who don't have cable television at all. Well, those people aren't able to watch Fox News CNN MSNBC, if the old people that are left the old people, they're the ones who are more conservative. Here's another reason why this might be true. There's only one conservative cable, news outlet, FOX, the liberal and centrist audience that's being split between different networks. CNN MSNBC. Maybe aljazeera. There are ton of other less conservative networks that are going to split that audience 'nother thing this is maybe the biggest when it comes to your podcast. This is the big lesson here that I want you to take away FOX is not news. They call it, Fox News. But it is actually an entertainment network. It is personality driven entertainment personality matters. When people listen to your podcast, they are not listening solely for the content. They're listening for you. You can get the basic content anywhere. But where can you get the personality? You were the only one that has the personality that you bring to the table as far as content. You could do the exact same episode is me or anybody else, but you could dominate it based on your personality. If you've got a personality that your audience is interested in that's the big lesson. You can get the basic content anywhere where else can you get the personality nowhere? You're the only one who can bring that such yourself up to be the only choice people have when it comes to your viewpoint and also your brand of content. They zig zag they're conservative. You're more conservative. They're liberal. You're more liberal their religious, your nonreligious their religious. You're more religious bring a point of view bring a personality. You're not going to please everyone. So concentrate on really pleasing, the people that are into you. Then he's bringing up more personality that is the secret sauce. It's not content subcontinent. King. Well, that's a content is Queen personality is king who's going to deliver the content. Podcasters? Don't wanna nameless faceless voice. They want you your personality as wine a lot of the episodes from Bill to be podcast. You're gonna hear me tell him personal stories. I want you to get connected to me. Lot of you've podcast in device. Nobody can deliver in the way that I do same for you a lot of people share in that advice that you've got nobody can deliver it in the way that you
"aljazeera" Discussed on No Agenda
"Lunch at. It's in here in the race. Yes. Bail all Jitty. The best place will conference. So we've got little Judy in there. That's one of the best songs. Ever put that together was fantastic. I agree Angus. Anyway, that was the last of my current notes and woke up trying to catch him. I woke up this morning. I'm gonna do this here. And we were on my mind always. That's a easy beats Friday on my mind woke up this morning, and I had a lot of links to the same video been a lot of a lot of people who've made told you the Jews are trying to kill us. Get a lot of that. And and you know, the typical emails like see you guys don't wanna admit it. They're trying to replace us. I get some choice emails. And it's because of the following which are t just release. It is a documentary in four parts originally or produced by aljazeera in two thousand seventeen it's titled the Israel lobby and it's a four parter. So I've only seen the first part because I got it this morning early time to watch two hours of this. I will for Thursday show, but here's RT promoing. It national story this hour. We are following news that the censored aljazeera investigation into the Israel lobby in the United States has finally seen the light of day early on Friday, two episodes from the four part series were leaked by the electron intifada and France face orient Twenty-one, by the way, I did clip this for brevity. So I cut out this whole undercover camera because I'd never works in the podcast. If you can't see the subtitles, you don't know it's hard to understand. So I cut RT does. This to excess. People say how come you're not doing with Project Veritas because the audio is atrocious. It is not usable. And this is the problem. The problem with all that stuff. You know, when it's choppy and cut up. There's no context everything for context with these things is the same for this documentary half of it is subtitles because it's a Hebrew Arabic. So sometimes just doesn't work crip released by e earlier in the week. Julia rife, Ken and American working at the Isreaeli consulate admits to an undercover journalist that sheet monitors students importers of Palestine and runs sock puppets, social media accounts. On behalf of the embassy, the student group Kendra I in that clip is students for Justice in Palestine, that's just one of the many explosive scenes from the series. Would you would think any journalistic organization would be proud to produce? But not I'll desire at apparently, see despite investing ears into researching, filming and editing. The. And even completing it in twenty seventeen the network opted to censor the production reminder that el-jazeera is owned by the grand poobah of Qatar hated by Saudi Arabia. Why ironically because it's government funder could tar was influenced by the very groups. It was investigating the Israel lobby in June..
"aljazeera" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Monocle Daily
"You're listening to the daily on monocle twenty four with me. Andrew Miller. It is of course, far from unheard of journalists upon acquiring a suitable grayness around their temples to compose Posterity's regard, some sort of memoir compiling what they have experienced during the long years on the road and attempting to wring some meaning there from anticipating vast claim and monumental sales, and then finally consoling themselves that the reminded copies, at least what quite well as roof insulation, having possibly learned from the fully of others. Aljazeera Imran Khan has taken the fictionalized approach for his new novel in truth. Madness Imran joins me in the studio. Now Imran leaving aside, obviously, the cautionary example of those of us who have attempted the memoir in which, frankly, no, busted was interested, white white, take the novelist approach because life is insane. Realized actually. The there is a is that quote, I always room. It's better to tell the truth through arts than it is to use all tied the tree. And the me the the being on the road is such a ridiculous thing. I've been twenty years now and Middle East and southeast Asia and play in South Asia, the if I wanted to write it all down. I don't think anybody would believe. Well, moving to the book itself y- you, the writer is a certain Malik who as I understand it is a British person of Asian descent who works for a network cooled aljazeera how how thinly veiled a character is e. I'm British Pakistani. I'm not. I take it. Look, you writes about what you know and Malik. The main targets in the book I was able to use him to really tell the story of of what is like to to suffer. When you've been on the road when you've been in more zones when you've been in places like natural disaster. I mean, the book is really a dark comedy about PTSD and the experiences that come along with that and and journalists always feel guilty. I think about having PTSD and it'd be really talks about it. We have this. I mean, you know, this is what we have this incredibly match culture particularly when you're a foreign correspondent, was it? So we combination isn't it of mckee's MO and self self-deprecation. Yeah, absolutely. And so for me, not enough people talk about what it means to be in those war zones in those places of natural disaster and come back and and you do suffer, and I really wanted to get people to open up and talk about this. But if you do this as a nonfiction book, it becomes. Kind of very worthy and kind of, you know, social science and you have to cut him, speak to doctors and things all of that. And it does beg the response from the reader of well might you didn't have to go well, exactly. That's the. That's the the the key point that is the, you know, we choose to go to these places, but yes, they do affect us. So by writing, something I hope is kind of dog comic, I hope allowed people insight into why we do what we do and take them on a bit of an entertaining journey as well, but also give people an idea that it acts. Yes, it does affect you? I is a, it is problematic. Well, we we've out giving away any spoilers do do pitch briefly, the plot, these strange time travel via electronic reader device that you have come up with here. Malik is is in his forties, like you saying, he's been on the road for about twenty years. He's probably been on the road slightly too long. And is fast going down the rabbit hole, his producer and his camera person of noticed a big difference in him and the more he kind of goes into these places. It a lot of the action takes place in ancient Babylon, for example, which is a figment of his imagination, but he thinks it so real. He then starts to talk to his kindle, which is not unusual. People talk to Siri all the time. So we might confer point lead people talk to the phones, their electric devices. But he is very much of this, this, this sort of person that takes things way to fall way way to four and he's taken it way to fall and he's going completely insane. And now he has to pull himself back from that. And so it's really about Jenny intimates and then back out if he gets by only the so..
Saudi airstrike reportedly hits bus full of children on field trip
"Israel in her Maas have fought three wars since the group took control of Gaza in two thousand. Seven in this week's fighting the Palestinian health ministry said three Palestinians including a pregnant woman. And her, one year old daughter and moss militant were killed in, separate air strikes Israeli officials said seven people were wounded by rocket or. Mortar fire on the, Israeli side at times today's fighting, resemble the, two thousand fourteen war in Israel air raid sirens warning of incoming, rocket, fire wailed in southern Israel overnight and, throughout the day sending families. Scrambling into bomb shelters canceling outdoors summer cultural events, and forcing summer, camps indoors the Israeli air force meanwhile pounded targets across Gaza reaching a long Longer term truce will. Be difficult HAMAs demanding, the lifting of an Israeli Egyptian, border blockade, that has devastated, Gaza's economy Israel is believed to be offering and. Easing, but not an end to the blockade A Saudi, airstrike hit, a crowded market in.
"aljazeera" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ
"I think when you say roger clemens peyton manning roger clemens setup here and he lied dislike congress each d it the whole he took it all the way compensate a whole thing took it all the way to the end yeah we're paying manning's deal was he was on his way out of football and it was more about his team knowing how to spin it roger clemens spending it on his own and so you get caught up into that more sold in if peyton had gotten caught doing his major playing days it would have been more like roger clemens but he got caught at the end allegedly where he didn't get caught asset allegedly suspicions by the way on the front end i've i've said this repeatedly i don't care if peyton manning gates james what is what does cure as is aid well it does help you regenerate cells so it does help human growth hormone that to losing weight it helps you maintain weight or pick way becker or actually it could make you leaner and strongly helps regenerate cells that are not necessarily on the up and up anymore because of age and deterioration so it does that with that said aljazeera put out in this particular story it says aljazeera stands by its reporting and once the whole story told their attorney charles she ler said we invite the manning parties and plaintiffs to join house aljazeera and a request to all the court filings in this case and then let the public see the full story and draw their own conclusions this this may not well if if the manning's pushed this back even further i think this right he.
UN office calls on US to stop separating families at border
"It's a complex picture bethany bells speaking from vienna the united nations is called on the us to stop separating migrant children from families arriving in the country illegally at its southern border the un human rights office in geneva said the practice contravened international law and that it was concerned by what it called washington's zero tolerance towards illegal migrants here's imaging folks writes office believes hundreds of children have been removed from their families after entering the us illegally with their parents along its southern border irregular migration should not be criminalized the un believes and it is calling on washington to stop separating families immediately the united states is the only country in the world which has not ratified the un convention on the rights of the child but the un pointed out the rights of children are generally held in high regard in the us and separating children from the hearings constitutes a serious violation of those rights the un says many of those causing the southern border who fled insecurity and violence in honduras guatemala or real salvador imaging folks it's one year since qatar was put under a blockade by its arab neighbours lead by saudi arabia the other states accused the gulf state of supporting terrorism and of being too close to their arch rival iran qatar denied that and refuse to comply with a list of demands including closing its aljazeera news network in recent months the country has been taking steps to overcome its 'isolation has our correspondent your land knell has been finding out.
"aljazeera" Discussed on Mostly Lit Podcast
"When is that a mutual kind of acceptance that these they know they come from with a couple of most compromise after they know that i mean and they're trying to groups those guts between the two people trying to force that down your throat you know what we're trying to say you you'd have to make up you have on chools roster and they're just like africa you know i didn't really know many nigeria didn't have any gun ins even like when i was twelve i didn't really know any other country in africa i'm tired of your show where you obsessively every way and there was while the ranville i still have like the issues assimilation issues because i did i was born here i came here and i was like five six years old didn't speak any english like i remember my hard tasting custard and it was the west in the well i remember so in incas what he'd inches who's that i speak why are you laughing because i just find it's a radio speaking it's just exam because i watched in my only used to watch was very terrible confession i used to watch bbc news all the time uncle on all the time and so for a long time any light child lots of watching aljazeera is what our t english like russian television these tunnel abc news so yeah you were informed child i knew about the whole palestine conflict was all over that shit i was i everything speaking.
Army Special Forces Secretly Help Saudis Combat Threat From Yemen Rebels
"The worst in modern us history and the marjory stoneman douglas high school massacre in florida which sparked a national movement of students protesting for gun control laws last year trump became the first us president since ronald reagan to address the nra and the arabian peninsula us army green berets secretly deployed to yemen last december and are helping the saudi led coalition seek out and destroy ballistic missiles by the rebels that's according to an expose on the front page of the new york times today which reports the operation contradicts pentagon claims the us is limiting its involvement in yemen to refueling logistics and intelligence sharing with saudi arabia and its allies more than fifteen thousand yemenis have been killed since the saudi led coalition intervened and yemen in march two thousand fifteen us back saudi led airstrikes has devastated yemen's health water and sanitation systems spark a massive cholera outbreak it's believed more than a million yemenis have cholera and pushing millions to the brink of starvation in syria antigovernment rebels evacuated areas pumps province in a russian broker deal that will grant them safe passage to another rebelheld part of syria the surrender came amidst a withering assault by syrian forces in the gaza strip israeli forces opened fire with tear gas and live bullets today as palestinians continued mass protests against israel's occupation haaretz newspaper reports at least three people were injured by live fire the latest crackdown came after a palestinian teen shot by an israeli sniper on april twentyseventh died from his wounds on thursday medic say nineteen year old a nasa boo officer is the forty ninth palestinian killed by his really fire since mass protests began at the end of march at least two journalists are among the dead more than a thousand protesters have been injured palestinian medics told aljazeera at least twenty four people have had their limbs amputated after they were hit by a new kind of munition so called butterfly bullets which explode on impact shattering bones and shredding internal organs the.
Syria tensions grow
"And t mobile both rose sharply in wall street trading or let's get you some more headlines now from around the world his sandra kilhof good morning markus tensions are high as the middle east awaits a u s and allied resp to a chemical weapons attack in syria aljazeera reports that coalition warplanes have been seen over the syrian iraqi border this morning bloomberg's donna crouch has this report the opcw is sending a factfinding mission to syria to investigate allegations of chemical attack in the suburbs of the capital that took place over the weekend and killed dozens of people while the un security council once again failed to approve a resolution to determine responsibility for such incidents they ghana create bloomberg daybreak europe as we just heard russia has vetoed a us proposed investigation into that gossip tack in east ruta lastly is moscow is representative at the un security council the united states today is once again trying to mislead the international community is making yet one more step towards confrontation by putting to a vote a draft resolution which does not have unanimous support of security council members now president emmanuel macron says france britain and america will make a joint response over the coming days meanwhile president trump has welcomed the of qatar to the white house yesterday has gone allies continued to feud over it perceived support for terrorists but shake muhammad al tani had this message for the saudi coalition.
Did Mark Zuckerberg Do Enough to Protect Facebook?: DealBook Briefing
"And t mobile both rose sharply in wall street trading keep it on deutsche telekom later on when european stocks say get underway and trading daca telecom of course the parent company of team about us also the london offices of rupert murdoch's fox networks have been raided by investigators from the european commission it's part of a wideranging probe of anticompetitive behaviour related to sports rights the unannounced inspections were carried out in several european countries at companies active in sports that's according to the commission which is concerned that they may have breached competition rules let's bring you up to date then with the latest when it comes to syria here's bloomberg's sandra kilhof with more on that and other global news stories good morning markus yes tensions are high as the middle east wait say us ally response to a chemical weapons attack in syria aljazeera reports that coalition warplanes have been seen over the syrian iraqi border this morning bloomberg's donna crate has this report the opcw sending a factfinding mission to syria to investigate allegations of a chemical attack in the suburbs of the capital that took place over the weekend and killed dozens of people while the un security council once again feel to approval as russian to determine responsibility for such incidents beirut donna creech bloomberg daybreak europe as we just heard russia has vetoed a us proposed investigation into that gas attack in east asia vaseline zaia is moscow's representative at the un security council the united states today is once again trying to mislead the international community is making yet one more step towards confrontation by putting to a vote a draft resolution which does not have unanimous support of security council members now yesterday president emmanuel macron said france britain and america will make a joint response over the coming days meanwhile president trump welcome the emir of qatar to the white house yesterday has gulf allies continued to feud over its perceived support for terrorists but shaykh muhammad all tani had this message for the saudi led coalition i wanna make something very clear mr president we don't we will not tolerate with people who fund terrorism we've been cooperating with the united states of america to stop funding terrorism around the region and the confederation of british industry is warning that have a divergence from eu rules after brexit will mean more costs than benefits for uk firms beanbags leeann guarantees reports agriculture shipping in towards the.
"aljazeera" Discussed on Pure Nonfiction: Inside Documentary Film
"As i wanted to learn arabic noone else on base knew it they did and then as i was learning arabic from home they like chooser said movie they had the best food so sit and eat with him at some point we ended up with hundreds of reporters there in only about ten of us that we were dealing with them and so we were overwhelmed they said well this break them up into accounts basically and so it's like okay who's going to get box lose well that's going to go to the senior officer over here mbc is going to go to america junior guy in the office it gets down to houches zero to signal the end of the draft you know and it's like graduatestudent they're like well rushing you you you talk to those guys a lot why don't you take it but i mean look the sad part of that is look at how important out zero once and yet were were dumping on off on literally like the youngest junior gone office who knows no arabic and has no background in the middle east you're going to be america's point person on aljazeera that tells you how little we understood aljazeera but that also is what led to me sitting here tonight with you i would add one thing like for the impression it made that i was a thoughtful young guy rate at it made that impression because they portrayed me that way in the movie which i'm really thankful for because i guarantee you i said enough stuff to clean the front of the movie that that they could have played me to completely different stereotype and they didn't do that in thank goodness my whole life is probably shaped around the second half that movie you're right but it's that way beat because they they they chose to show it that way you were describing before josh that the first time you were invited to a screening was met the film forum when the film opened and that that time you can sit through through it.
"aljazeera" Discussed on The Chris Moyles Show on Radio X Podcast
"Two two without these to be a to of the big thing but it's still a thing now is navy holly hey button on your radio you'll be don't harrity earthy here at night i alarm goes off if it goes after two minutes as well you got out i'm halo forget if you see a jam on its legal and safe to do so why not sex the jam line yet that's it you up to date with the whole on thursday the horn well asking them egorova thing however new on so it ever say my name is abate but the end of it as night elisa the app travel news i'm dummy horn why am i dummy hold i will be the just cause dum dum horn film it pawn sounds mit bit bit where'd net dome tell me homes gila travel in a second to give you the new on the cue however i've heard people say that he's got traffic and travel oh really because that's the thing i had it when is just traffic here but you're going to give me traffic and travel okay his dumb hall with all your if cloudy oh my god the rupiah while bridges very quickly may ready rex travelled by them they're a very quickly made a radio ex travel beds have unique aljazeera doesn't work for the right work closer does slow again thousands and thousands of needless does every time i do it and they'll as the choon that going said he will i don't know what's going on a said bit noisy a this typically people natto account look at better than chris evans right dead allowed.
"aljazeera" Discussed on Global News Podcast
"This is the bbc cities a complete range of programmes bbc world service dot com slash costs welcome to the latest global news compound in the early hours of the morning on monday the seventh of august this is andrew true the selection of highlights some across bbc world service needs today coming up the venezuelan government says it's fold an attack on an army base in the city of valencia after an apparent uprising we found a paramilitary group which taking advantage it the current climate tried to strike this what were immediately repelled they were defeated afghan officials say at least fifty people including women and children had been killed by militants who attacked a village in the north of the country also in the podcast israel wants to ban aljazeera we have identified media outlets that endanger the security of israel citizens and the main instrument has been aljazeera and later what's thought to be the world's biggest heart on show in canada probably one of the few hearts anywhere that's ever been studied so now we're getting accurate measurement about in on diameter of the blood vessels the actual size of the chambers in the heart first the venezuelan authorities say they've suppressed what they called a terror attack on an army base in the city of valencia the incident comes two days after venezuela's new constituent assembly bypassed the oppositionled congress heyzer suarez chorro his general commander of the venezuelan army we found a paramilitary group which taking advantage of the current climate tried to strike us but were immediately repelled they were defeated.
"aljazeera" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist
"And who does it cutter okay so he went tweeted in fact the terrorism funding issue runs deeply through the gulf states qaeda's been involved the emirati is involved the saudis have been involved all of these countries have summit answer for they thought conveniently we can stop this all cutter and and and everyone will forget the fact that we have issues with terrorism funding and aljazira coast figures largely in this fight what's happening with this tv network well i think there is going to be some pressure now further pressure aljazeera to moderate if you will it's a it's views particularly on on the muslim brotherhood but i don't think that aljazeera will be shuttered and that's a good thing because aljazeera with all sins upon it had helped afloat the level of journalism in the gulf in particular which is essentially dire because his control either by the government directly or by people close to the government had hoped to float the values of standards of journalism absorb bureau blow if aljazeera was was shuttered i think there will be pressure over on aljazeera think that the countries are willing to give a little bit to get this things sorted out on the other hand they're equally happy to say we can ride this out the wealthiest country in the world small indigenous population they're already saying we'll do business with turks the turks have said we'll do business with you the iranians as that will help you out uh i don't think that the country's really fear a long along prolonged uh difficulties that they they can write it out i think the the problem is is for the saudis in particular mom been salman.
"aljazeera" Discussed on The No Film School Podcast
"The film was originally financed by aljazira america as a 50minute doc for tv now the team collected so much material that they ended up making a featurelength version but in the meantime you might remember that aljazeera america folded in 2016 and it took the rights to in transit with it so the film was never broadcast are released because it was owned by aljazira america the measles documentary center has been unsuccessfully trying to purchase rights to the film for over two years and that's why i can only play in these very limited specialized theatrical screenings and isn't available anywhere else yet so filmmakers take note make sure you're working out ownership and distribution rights with your 'financiers early in answering the question of what happens should their company fold in the meantime you can still see in transit through july six here new york at the metric graf downtown llard the measles documentary center in harlem and we'll hope that the team can get more screenings and get the film back very soon and will be available to all of us gino what aljazeera gains in keeping taking the rights to its grave it feels very mysterious um it's actually unlike river it's usually a case where no one knows where the rights remain so like if aljazeera probably set up an independent company to be eljazeera america they owned the rights they took that company presumably through bankruptcy to avoid paying debts so it probably caught up in a bankruptcy court situation where.
"aljazeera" Discussed on Arms Control Wonk
"For a phantom scud force in the middle east in a basically in air base at the us shares yeah i mean it's really interesting you know i think one one question is whether or not i mean i i i always have question for how the united states knew that mr oh was going to travel to the uae because you know i i think it's okay to talk about this now because it's it's been a while but do you remember when aljazeera got all those south african documents yet so one of those documents was about a north korean representative from kommmit who is going to be transiting south africa presumably in route to sell missiles elsewhere in subsaharan africa yet hand they're gonna make up pitched to him at the airport yeah terrible document to leak because uh the guys almost certainly dead because of it i mean i i would think this is i mean unless he was literally sent out there as bait um that's a good way to get somebody killed in north korea well like the geniuses at aljazeera didn't effectively react his name yeah i remember the drug tournament yeah i mean like first of all just by releasing the document you're putting the guy endanger because honestly how many people from combet said did the north korean sand through south africa transiting to subsaharan africa to sell missiles you know there's a there's another instance where the uh the date on the document is not redacted.
"aljazeera" Discussed on Vox's The Weeds
"In the arab world the totally different issue thereby world it's is aljazeera anti saudi arabia an anti uae it seen as kind of an arm of the qatari government and what prompted this current fight the terrifying issues loomed over after a very long time but it's aljazeera their reports on aljazeera and and other even more directly qatari state on media that were allegedly quoting saudi officials and other gulf officials saying things that those officials later said they did not say and so part of the response was were any come back at you not just over tara funding but because you're using your like arab pravda to bash us in our governments and it is interesting when we're looking at kenner from the us frame there's the military side there's aljazeera side there's the domestic side and there's the iranian side which is also part of this kind of off to the side not directly in the saudi qatari fight but directly in the question of why would saudi arabia now decide to do this and part of the answer is saudi arabia electins kind of cold war with the iranians at one side and they wanna consolidate power wherever else they can in the arab world and see qatar isn't as an obstacle to that end so now bringing trump syrup back into it right so he took office in one of the first things we saw was um he sort of brought the us back into close alignment with egypt where we had often been historically but where the the obama administration because of the military coup in egypt have been maintaining a kind of a distance from c c and his government even while on a formal level i guess not that much changed but we were trying to indicate some kind of.
"aljazeera" Discussed on The Majority Report with Sam Seder
"You know as you say it's not perfect and there are questions about its editorial uh judgment on both the arab arabic and to a lesser extent the english side when there are when they cover stories that have to do with qatar right um but they've reported you know the saudis would say um you know not objectively i think the country's and aljazeera would say they reported objectively about the other gulf states and the arabic station which uh you know it's probably more the the concern here has a really heavily advanced the muslim brotherhood point of view uh they've got a couple of hosts on that channel that are uh you know very strident pearl muslim brotherhood uh people and uh you know it's just sort of then a constant aggravation four the saudis and the emirati in particular who have state media in algiers not quite state media right it's something more independent and has been your attaining for them okay so we have an in we'll get to the trump and the us dimension because of course you know like the great irony than not again not dissimilar from the saudis but we have a major base in cuts are and uh you know and of course there you know patrons of japan out on the sru um which so there is a sort of odd you know truce i guess and some of the things that trump is irresponsibly saying but will get there in a second.
"aljazeera" Discussed on The Majority Report with Sam Seder
"That it's not that's not as active a thing right now i mean the countries and the saudis for a couple of years were supporting sometimes the same group sometimes different groups you know the countries in particular um you know were supporting uh jump out the necessary which is changed its name now several times but it's the alqaeda uh syrian al qaeda branch um the saudis tried to steer clear of them for awhile it's not clear at this point um what that relationship is um but you know there were certainly there were conflicts in syria you you you know you had groups that were taking cutlery money fighting against groups that were taking saudi money inserted battling it out for a influence in the overall rebellion so that that's a part of this you know sort of underlying problem um i i don't think it's been one of the immediate causes because as i say that the syrian rebellion has shrunk down so much that there's not a lot of options for for gulf patrons that want to support a rebel groups there there's there's not the same sort of plethora of right factions that that you can back right that aljazeera is the other piece of this i think in addition to think that if you wanted to talk about the three main drivers one would be cutters relationship with iran ah the second would be its relationship with the muslim brotherhood and the third would be aljazeera uh the gulf countries in particular the saudis and the the united arab emirates a really lows aljazeera because it does.
"aljazeera" Discussed on The Majority Report with Sam Seder
"And then at the same time the qataris for he similarly to the saudis while kind of playing you know i guess notches footsie having very close relationships with very fanatics sunni group some of them are definitely terrorist groups they also liked the saudis they spend you know they give money to brookings they give money to academic institutions here and then the third thing that i want you to kind of address a guest is the is the aljazeera factor the qataris host aljazeera which you know is not perfect but it is a network certainly english that though some very effective journalism uh you know in in in is some type of voice in the region that is certainly higher quality than obviously any kind of state run media that also supposedly made the saudis angry but i just does we get to iran in a second but those kind of three points of the fallout of status quo versus change in the arab uprisings the ways in which the qataris in the saudis have the same pattern in terms of just throwing their money their oil money everywhere so that they can be tight with the united states but also support isis and eat friendly with israel which may be is another saudi parallel an an aljazeera factor yeah so i mean the arab spring um really can freak the saudis out uh quite a bit um and i think we look at riyadh's foreign policy and a sort of um.