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"arabian gulf" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

01:46 min | 5 months ago

"arabian gulf" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"The president has has pulled together. Peace deals with Israel and the United Arab Emirates and representatives of the United Arab Emirates will be at the White House today for a ceremony representatives of Israel And then Bahrain jumped in, and representatives of Bahrain Thie Island nation in the Persian Gulf, the Arabian Gulf and there will be representatives from Bahrain from the A and from Israel at the White House today, along with President Trump the three great religions of the world. I'm going like this with my hand and the and they're going to be at the White House today because of the big peace deal that the president and his awful terrible son in law pulled together that Joe Biden and That Barack Obama never did. Oh, yeah, By the way job didn't thinks that he and Obama are running for re election. Did you see this one yesterday and I don't know. I'm a little embarrassed because I watched the press conference but that one got by me somehow. And later on. I noticed that I slapped my forehead like I could have had a can of V eight. My what? How did that get by me? But Joe Biden yesterday seemed just say that he thinks that he and Barack Obama are running for re election. I've got the audio of that. It's but the news media they don't they don't follow that. They also don't follow the Nobel Peace Prize unless heads Barack Obama getting it for melon, which is what Barack Obama apparently got it for nothing. And it really is like the TV show Seinfeld, the Nobel Peace Prize for Nothing. And the Nobel Peace Prize. The news media is just they just hate President Trump so much now they hate piece. Even hate Middle East peace course they're all anti Israel..

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"arabian gulf" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

07:36 min | 7 months ago

"arabian gulf" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"You joined now by Admiral James Tabb, Rita's former allied supreme commander of NATO, former head of Army Southern Command. Good Morning, Admiral. How are you? You and great good to see a Hugh here in north Florida and stand healthy. I want to cover three things with you. The first one is the U. S Israel agreement. You are a longtime observer of that part of the world. How significant did you judge that? How surprised were you that it arrived? I just put out an article on Bloomberg opinion on direct people toward that three quick points about it. Number one. This is good news for the forces in the region that oppose Iran. This is gonna continue to increase the coalition against Iran. A point to this is only the first I believe of a Siri's of recognitions from the rest of the Arab world Coming Island in the Arabian Gulf, but a significant actor as well as Oman to join the recognition train. And, of course, the crown jewels is the kingdom of Saudi Arabia. So I think you're going to see formal recognition is going forward and number three is More a cautionary note. You This thing could morph and change. It'll depend on politics inside Israel. Whether it it gains further traction. It'll depend on Iran's reaction. The harsher Iran reacts, the more likely other Arab states will join in and number three most. Obviously, it depends on the United States how we go forward. What happens in our elections, so bottom line Good news for the region. Good news for the United States. Good news for Israel. Cautionary note. It's not the pen ISI. It's not the End of the train in terms of getting a strong coalition against Iran. We still have work to do now have the national security advisor Ambassador O'Brien on Fridays and old friend and I asked him about MBC with whom he has met. I don't know if you've met NBC, you've met pretty much everyone in the world. He's new to most Americans. So tell us about him, will ya? I I kind of figured it's a good guess that you've sat down with. Everybody tells him at NBC. He is the the the sun who has taken over this vital collection. It's the United Arab Emirates. There are seven smaller entities that are in in all of this Abu Dhabi, Dubai, Sharjah and others I visited too many times to count. I know the family. Well, I actually met His very esteemed father. He reminds me of a pragmatic kind of leader who looks for not ideology. Not sincere Aly a specific path forward but has flexibility and how he looks at the region. He is someone who Is congenial is AH, good company, if you will, but is a very shrewd observer. I got to know him reasonably well, when you say participated in the operations in Libya Which I commanded. And I again I have great esteem for NBC. Also, here's a point to know his ambassador in Washington, Yussef. Rallo Tabi is one of the architects behind this deal. He's the one who offered the deal to the Israelis. He's got a terrific reached through the diplomatic corps and inside The Trump Administration and last point I want to make about Israel. Here. I have two very close friends who are deep in Israeli politics. Benny Ganz, who is now the alternate co prime minister, along with Benjamin Netanyahu, he was chief of defence of the idea when I commanded U S European Command and the current minister of Foreign Affairs. Gabi Ashkenazi, also a general, also a previous commander. The idea knowing both of them well, knowing NBC knowing Ambassador Oh, tabi. I think this this deal has really legs. It's a significant and you're right. It's the beginning of a train, which we hope continues to roll. I want to switch subject completely on Friday, and on Saturday night I had dinner with a senior civilian political appointee and two naval officers, and your book came up. The leader's bookshelf because one of them was reading it. And the killer Angels novel came up, which is the number one recommended book and the Naval officer who recommended it. The other two had red. I said, You guys got to read Killer Angels. It's the number one book of 200 people. But then I got to thinking about the difference between the Navy's Leadership development program and the civilian side. It does not exist on the civilian side. Iran. OPM is the acting director of the General Council deputy director. People get promoted, But there is not this structured leadership development that the Navy and I assume the army, the Air Force and the Coast Guard have Why is that deficit exists because it doesn't make a lick of sense that our military is leadership driven and makes it a metric butt are civil service just doesn't do it. You're making a wonderful point that we ought to grab onto and part of it is Hugh. Let's face it. There's there's always been a little bit of antipathy, little bit of In these if you will, with the idea of a a distinct civilian service corps the way the British Have very well developed. We started to do that in recent decades. We now have a program called the Senior Executive Service, which takes our career. Civil servants through you know, the basics of leadership and toward the end of my career in the military. When I would go to the military training sessions, I would occasionally see these senior civilians. But you're on the right note. And it involves getting people to read the right books to attend many courses occasionally to take a year off and go to something like the National War College. Where's our National College of the Civil Service? These air, I think and important ways in which we could ensure that the civil service has the right status in the country knows its boundaries and limitations. Does not turn into something that has its hooks deep into government, which I do not believe it does. I think there's a lot to be said for a leadership program along the lines that were advocate after I began thinking about the one other thing I could identify, is relentless evaluation. Thes naval officers go through a three month in a one year Evaluation a ranking. Actually, it's one through 41 through eight or whatever it is, and they do it every time there's a change of command, and they do it when they change their jobs. This is supposed to happen on the civil service side, but it doesn't and it doesn't happen because it creates problems. Opium is the Merit Systems Protection board. It just is an endless amount of of grief. Teoh right up someone poorly, so they aren't the same metric and finally, it's upper out in the military in the civil service it stay forever..

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

Monocle 24: The Globalist

07:09 min | 1 year ago

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

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

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 U.S. set to announce 'significant' sanctions on Iran as tensions simmer

This Morning with Gordon Deal

00:54 sec | 1 year ago

U.S. set to announce 'significant' sanctions on Iran as tensions simmer

"New sanctions are on the way for iran the u._s. is showing that it won't let up on its pressure of tehran even though late last week it called off a military retaliation when iran down an unmanned drone in melting it's pressure the wall street journal says the u._s. is seeking ultimately to drive oil exports to zero in the islamic republic it has more recently imposed sanctions on iran's industrial metal sector and announced major sanctions on one of the country's biggest petrochemical companies national security adviser john bolton it's continued threats and acts of aggression against israel our allies in the arabian gulf and against u._s. personnel and assets across the middle east are not signs of a nation seeking peace trump administration is ignoring a diplomatic push by european leaders who are trying to convince washington and tehran to show

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"arabian gulf" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

01:37 min | 1 year ago

"arabian gulf" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"They're dedicated professionals who I've known for so many years, Andrew and Todd dot com. Yesterday, it was all read on the market. The Dow was down forty three. The NASDAQ was down thirty s and p was down five this morning despite the attacks on shipping in the Arabian Gulf. Everything is going to be up eleven. The NASDAQ is up forty two and the Dow's up ninety one. That acts up forty two what's going on in tech? So I look at Amazon, I see it's up twelve bucks in pre-trading. So looks like the American economy is going to shrug off the attacks on the tankers in the Gulf. I repeat this morning to attacks the Iranians did it, instead it yesterday, they released eleven citizen and an American greencard holder who had been wrongly held for four years. I thought maybe the Iranians figured out that if they want sanctions relief, they need to let our prisoners go. And this guy is one of our sort of green card older. He's got the protection, the United States or certain extent. He's not an American citizen, but they need to release a bunch of American citizens. Wrongfully held prisoner in Iran. Then we can talk counselor relations, then we can talk acting like a civilized nation civilized nation to not attacked shipping in the Arabian Gulf. And I believe I believe. Leave. President Trump has got his target tears right now honing in on all of the Ronnie navy. And if they continue to do this, you saw what he did with Syria. You saw what he did with Syria. He will do the same thing with Iran. He will not think.

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"arabian gulf" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

01:56 min | 1 year ago

"arabian gulf" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Equity out of your house be assured of a life estate can live there forever. And the people that talked to Andrew and Todd, they'll spend as much time as you need to understand it. Don't talk some sharpie down. The block has been doing it for a week talk to Andrew and Todd dot com. They're not brokers. They're not fly by night artists. They are dedicated professionals who I've known for so many years. Andrew Todd dot com yesterday it was. All right. On the market. The Dow was down forty three. The NASDAQ was down thirty s and p was down five this morning despite the attack on shipping in the Arabian Gulf, everything is green is, is up eleven the NASDAQ is up forty two in the Dow's up ninety one. I said the fact that forty two what's going on in tech? So I look at Amazon, I see it's up twelve bucks in pre-trading. So looks like the American economy is going to shrug off the attacks on the tankers in the Gulf. I repeat this morning to attacks the Iranians. Did it Iranian said it yet today? They released a Lebanese citizen and an American green card holder, who had been wrongly held for four years. I thought maybe the Iranians have figured out that if they want sanctions relief, they need to let our prisoners go. And this guy is one of our sort of green card older. He's got the protection, the United States or certain extent. He's not an American citizen, but they need to release a bunch of American citizens. Wrongfully held prisoner in Iran. Then we can talk counselor relations, then we can talk acting like a civilized nation. Civilized nation. Do not attack shipping in the Arabian Gulf. And I believe I believe. Leave. President Trump has got his target. Here's right now, honing in on all of the Ronnie and navy. And if they continue to do this, you saw what he did with Syria. You saw what he did with Syria. He will do the same thing with Iran. He will not think.

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"arabian gulf" Discussed on WRVA

WRVA

01:51 min | 1 year ago

"arabian gulf" Discussed on WRVA

"But it sure is at the moment to tankers carrying oil were attacked in the Gulf of Oman. So it's the Gulf of Oman than the straits of Hormuz that allow you then to take boats and ships into what we call the Persian Gulf. But if you're ever over there, don't say that because they freak out about it, you're supposed to call it the Arabian Gulf the first day I was living in Bahrain. I made the mistake of calling it the Persian Gulf, and you would have thought that I had a run around naked in the room. They were so angry about it. So, my, my diplomatic status was almost revoked over over that misnomer. So the Arabian Gulf there, but these two tankers were attacked, I think we're gonna find out, it was probably done by someone connected with Iran to try to screw. With us, and that has had an impact of the price of gas and oil has gone up overnight. And hopefully it'll settle back and we won't see more trouble. But this is the kind of thing when Ron said that they were going to push back against the United States are much more robust attitude towards push stopping them and causing trouble for the regime there, and it is a regime murderous thugs. This is the kind of thing they do. So is this the whenever something like this happens? I think is this the ridiculous match that's going to be dropped in and start a fire. That causes another war in the Middle East, or is this just one more little provocation that at the moment, seems bad but it, it will be forgotten and forty eight hours. I don't know yet, but just so you're aware of it this morning. People are talking about it. You'll have have the latest waiting to hear Donald Trump's going to tweet about it this morning. Seven sixteen.

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"arabian gulf" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

03:08 min | 3 years ago

"arabian gulf" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Terrorism and provides assistance to alqaeda the taliban hezbollah and other terrorist networks it develops deploys and proliferates missiles that threaten american troops and our allies it harasses american ships and threatens freedom of navigation in the arabian gulf and in the red sea it imprisons americans on false charges and it launches cyber attacks against our critical infrastructure financial system and military the united states is far from the only target of the iranian dictatorships long campaign of bloodshed the regime violently suppresses its own citizens shot on armed student protesters in the street during the green revolution this regime has fueled carry and violence in iraq and vicious civil wars in yemen and syria in syria the iranian regime has supported the atrocities of russia alassad regime and condoned assads use of chemical weapons against helpless civilians including many many children given the regime's murderous past and present we should not take lightly it's sinister vision for the future the regime's two favorite chance are death to america and death to israel realizing the gravity of the situation the united states and the united nations security council sought over many years to stop iran's pursuit of nuclear weapons with a wide array of strong economic sanctions parwana president so full speech will resume just a second our pausing for traffic and weather update here what the ladies who's chuck whitaker thank sean some slowing as you're coming down the west side and it's still in that area from roster sound road all the way down towards the route forty west area and frederick road on the inner loop there's a report of a medical and i'm seeing some slowing now the medical was reported between rice georgetown road and park heights avenue somebody ill in a vehicle there was stopping by surfing coming up from seven ninetyfive into pike's ville that could be the reason for the late bagging their parkfield side we still have delays and the usual area really erect had some fluids on the roadway bullies quarters road at carroll island road that should be just about wrapped up nothing major but still slow on the approaches to both harbour tunnels j affects little slow pocket had northern parkway but for the most part not a bad trip now from the city county line through the ramps town i'm chuck whitaker traffic and weather first i'll talk radio six eighty doubled you see weather channel says sunny and seventy.

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"arabian gulf" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:00 min | 3 years ago

"arabian gulf" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Were employed nine us t lamps eight storm shadow missiles three naval cruise missiles in scout land attack cruise missiles this target was attacked by all coalition forces are tomahawks the british storm shadow and then the french french missiles went against it as well against the third target next lied the him since our chemical weapons bunker facility we deployed seven scout missiles again the initial assessment is that this marker facility was successfully hit now just like to talk a bit about the specific platforms that were part of this strike and let's go back to the first slide please the missiles that i've just described were delivered from british french and us air and naval platforms in the red seat the northern arabian gulf and the eastern mediterranean all weapons hit their targets at very close to the designated time on target of about four am in syria which of course is nine o'clock here on the east coast i'm gonna give you a little more details now about the platforms i in the red sea the tacoma tacoma deroga class cruiser monterey far thirty tomahawk land attack cruise missiles and the arleigh burke class destroyer laboon fired seven tomahawks in the north arabian gulf the burkeclass destroy your higgins far twentythree tomahawks in the eastern mediterranean the french frigate languedoc fired three missiles of their naval version of the scap missile also in the mediterranean the virginia class submarine john warner fart six tomahawk missiles in the air to be one lancer bombers far nineteen joint air to surface standoff missiles in addition our british allies flew a combination of tornados and typhoons and launched eight storm shadow missiles our fritsch allies few flew a combination of raphael's and mirages and launched nine scalp missiles taken together and as you can see from the graphic behind me these attacks on multiple axes were able to overwhelm the.

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"arabian gulf" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

02:23 min | 3 years ago

"arabian gulf" Discussed on WSB-AM

"Handle on it absolutely not and not the yemen conflict is a tactical problem looked step back and look at the strategic process head here what you see is iran a nation with imperial ambitions that go back to thousand years to the persian empire in their pushing in yemen yes but also in lebanon in syria in iraq in the arabian gulf uh they are on the move in a very unfortunate effect of the nuclear deal is it's freed up a lot of money for them to apply so on the other side of the coin we have our moderate suny partners and allies that does include saudi arabia but it also includes jordan and egypt and here's the interesting one to consider bryant and i just returned from three days in israel could we see israel and the moderate sudanese states work together to confront iran that's really the big game that set foot in the arabian gulf we've got to think strategically their previous administration was all about tactics we need to think strategically i love the fact that these rural communities are rose up on their own because of their unhappiness with their economic situation and there the exposure of all the money they're putting to terror organisations instead of their own people does that show in your mind admiral a weakness on the inside of iran it does and i think iran has many problems but the biggest one is demographic it has a very young population they've been exposed to the west they don't want this theocracy there are real opportunities there for us to exploit we need to be careful that we don't become does story but again working with allies and partners in the region strategically we can slowly unwind the disaster that's been iran for the last fifty two years they're my problem is our european allies who really have the trade leverage have no interest in helping foment or support people who want to have a say in their government or want to get free of all the oppressive government they've been subjected to since 1979 mingle how do we work the rafts with germany france england to get them to understand their responsibility there we have to.

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"arabian gulf" Discussed on WJNT 1180 AM

WJNT 1180 AM

02:24 min | 3 years ago

"arabian gulf" Discussed on WJNT 1180 AM

"The previous administration at a handle on it absolutely not and not the yemen conflict is a tactical problem letlive step back and look at the strategic process here what you see is iran a nation with imperial ambitions that go back two thousand years to the persian empire in their pushing in yemen yes but also in lebanon in syria in iraq in the arabian gulf they are on the move in a very unfortunate effect of the nuclear deal is it's freed up a lot of money for them to apply so on the other side the coin we have our moderate suny partners and allies that does include saudi arabia but it also includes jordan and egypt and here's the interesting wanted to consider bryant i just returned from three days in israel could we see israel and the moderate sunni states work together to confront iran that's really the big game that set foot in the arabian gulf we've got to think strategically their previous administration was all about tactics we need to think strategically i love the fact that these rural communities are rose up on their own because of their unhappiness with their economic situation and there the exposure of all the money they're putting to terror organisations instead of their own people does that show in your mind admiral a weakness on the inside overrun it does and i think iran has many problems but the biggest one is demographic it has a very young population they've been exposed to the west they don't want this theocracy there are real opportunities there for us to exploit we need to be careful that we don't become this story but again working with allies and partners in the region strategically we can slowly unwind the disaster that's been iran for the last fifty years they're my problem is our european allies we really have the trade leverage have no interest in helping foment was support people who want to have a say in their government or wanna get free of all the oppressive government they've been subjected to since 1979 mean how do we work the rats with germany france england to get them to understand their responsibility there we have to.

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"arabian gulf" Discussed on WRVA

WRVA

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"arabian gulf" Discussed on WRVA

"Bring a squeeze him for a super bowl pick a little bit later on in these i'm concerned john this year about iran i don't know why but i feel that way about you yet it they the um the conception of a war plan leases something that not saddam his talks about faqih cox quite clear about iran as really the point a focal point of any major war in the middle east that it has global significance and um he even mentions the uh a naval incidents off the camara which was the name of the iranian side of the strait of horror movies talks about uh fleets being melted sunk in the arabian gulf which is what it was called the persian gulf in those days and 16th century um it one of the big factors that brings us to a greater danger is that in my book of the great american eclipse i talked about how plans could be set in motion in august in america that would of the year following 'cause there to be a war the we are now in the countdown last in twenty days tulse of june is when the president may decide to either extend or uh the sanction um time out or walk away from the the deal which would then bring as a few months into that augustseptember window the other key factor in this is a significant new candidate for not saddam was his third anticrisis that has emerged as the crown prince mohammed bin.

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"arabian gulf" Discussed on 1410 WDOV

1410 WDOV

02:46 min | 3 years ago

"arabian gulf" Discussed on 1410 WDOV

"In in syria and iraq that we don't even know about we are involves still and we have ships patrolling you the the persian gulf war the arabian gulf betting and he went to ask and just in the region we have a lot of law dangerous a lot of things going on and what's happening right now as you're seeing an alignment between sunni and shia across the entirety of the middle east and the leaders of those two factions on the nation state side those the countries that are at the at the head of their respective sectarian factions are saudi arabia and iran saudi arabia is the sunni arab league later in the region now it is in terms of population and money and military capability now a bit it's it's a player and the iranians and their revolutionary regime in all the efforts that they've been undertaking now for decades to militarise and to create the these relationships with groups like hezbollah in lebanon the assad regime in syria the shia militias and various shia politicians and the iranian influence in iraq is one of the very unfortunate legacies of the iraq war they have a tremendous amount of leverage there and then in also in in bahrain you have a sunni shia divide where the iranians are unhelpful and in yemen you have the who the rebels who are shia who are getting support from iran and this is a civil this is like a civil war over the course or sectors carey in war that is transnational that's going on in different countries and they have dockers based on sect and this all has to do with the for those who wanna know shia comes from shiite valley or the partisans of ali and the sunni are those who are follows of the sooner the tradition of the prophet so there was a leadership schism after the death of the islamic prophet muhammad in the seventh century and there were battles fodor you can if the wasserman people don't know they don't care they don't think about what happened with at the battle of butter and these different critical fights among the various factions power of powerplays going on in the seventh eighth century arabian peninsula and broader middle east but they have ramifications that effect is to this day one of the.

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"arabian gulf" Discussed on 1410 WDOV

1410 WDOV

02:46 min | 3 years ago

"arabian gulf" Discussed on 1410 WDOV

"In in syria and iraq that we don't even know about we are involves still and we have ships patrolling you the the persian gulf war the arabian gulf betting and he went to ask and just in the region we have a lot of law dangerous a lot of things going on and what's happening right now as you're seeing an alignment between sunni and shia across the entirety of the middle east and the leaders of those two factions on the nation state side those the countries that are at the at the head of their respective sectarian factions are saudi arabia and iran saudi arabia is the sunni arab league later in the region now it is in terms of population and money and military capability now a bit it's it's a player and the iranians and their revolutionary regime in all the efforts that they've been undertaking now for decades to militarise and to create the these relationships with groups like hezbollah in lebanon the assad regime in syria the shia militias and various shia politicians and the iranian influence in iraq is one of the very unfortunate legacies of the iraq war they have a tremendous amount of leverage there and then in also in in bahrain you have a sunni shia divide where the iranians are unhelpful and in yemen you have the who the rebels who are shia who are getting support from iran and this is a civil this is like a civil war over the course or sectors carey in war that is transnational that's going on in different countries and they have dockers based on sect and this all has to do with the for those who wanna know shia comes from shiite valley or the partisans of ali and the sunni are those who are follows of the sooner the tradition of the prophet so there was a leadership schism after the death of the islamic prophet muhammad in the seventh century and there were battles fodor you can if the wasserman people don't know they don't care they don't think about what happened with at the battle of butter and these different critical fights among the various factions power of powerplays going on in the seventh eighth century arabian peninsula and broader middle east but they have ramifications that effect is to this day one of the.

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"arabian gulf" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

03:16 min | 3 years ago

"arabian gulf" Discussed on KTRH

"Serve terrorism and provides assistance to al qaeda the taleban hezbollah moss and other terrorist networks it develops deploys and proliferates missiles that threaten american troops and our allies it her rest as american ships and threatens freedom of navigation in the arabian gulf and in the red sea it imprisons americans on false charges and it launches cyber attacks against are critical infrastructure financial system and unmilitary the united states is far from the only target of the iranian dictatorships along campaign of bloodshed the regime violently suppresses its own citizens each shot unarmed student protestors in the street during the green revolution this regime has fuelled sick terry and violence in iraq and vicious civil wars in yemen and syria in syria the iranian regime has supported the atrocities of russia i'll assads regime dan condoned assads use of chemical weapons against helpless civilians including many many children given the regime's murderous past and present we should not take lightly it's sinister vision for the future the regime's to favour chance are death to america and death to israel realising the gravity of the situation the united states and the united nations security council sought over many years to stop iran's pursuit of nuclear weapons with a wide array of strong economic sanctions but the pre the us administration lifted the sanctions just before what would have been the total collapse of the iranian regime through the deeply controversial two thousand fifteen nuclear deal with iran this deal is known as the joy comprehensive plan of action or jcpoa all right the president does a tremendous job of laying out the case against iran and when you listen to this you really have to wonder how the prior administration at the prior administration went to this regime with hat in hand and rewarded it with one hundred fifty billion dollars and a certain road a certain road two icbms with nuclear warheads it's just astonishing the extent to which barack uh obama sold out this country sold out the united states of america it's astonishing and what's astonishing today is the extent to which the.

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"arabian gulf" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:15 min | 3 years ago

"arabian gulf" Discussed on KOMO

"The arabian gulf despite several radio calls to back off rain cores may soon let women attend what traditionally been male only combat training brad mielke abc news good morning once again currently sixty seven on their way to a high of about '85 under the hazy smoke sunshine we continue with 20 minutes of nonstop news on this tuesday morning the city of burillo decides to let residents make the final call as to whether or not buren will keep its sanctuary cities status the latest calls carleen johnson a citizen petition to who undo the sanctuary status forced the issue before the beer ian city council being a sanctuary city means police and city officials limit cooperation with federal immigration authorities to lessen fears among the immigrant community riccardo korans i spoke in favor of remaining a sanctuary city hello was kind enough for my new poll and he should continue the example for other cds but others urged the council to let voters way yes he's a chance to reject sanctuary misadventure should we can protect the budget of the city this means the question of whether buren will remain a sanctuary city will go to the voters in november carleen johnson komo news komo news time now 930 to supervise the injections sites will not be coming to the city of bellevue who city council approving a new ordinance prohibiting all city land from being used as supervised ejection centers for illegal drug consumption bellevue john stokes says the city is not confident that the concept will work but some of those who testified disagreed is a very clear social scientific consensus these sites are going to help members of our community the ordinance will take effect five days from now the controversyl injections sites are sparking debate and multiple cities across king county today a federal way city council member plans to introduce a resolution rejecting the sites in the city of auburn already bad them meanwhile initiative twenty seven were which would ban the cited king county could be decided by voters supporters say they've gained enough signatures now the king county elections office is working to validate them to people who police believe provided fatal doses of heroin and methamphetamine a washington woman had been arrested kids have county sheriff's office deputies arrested a 19yearold woman and 33yearold man income action what.

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"arabian gulf" Discussed on 1410 WDOV

1410 WDOV

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"arabian gulf" Discussed on 1410 WDOV

"The table and that was kind of the weakness of the deal but you can do little judaea to here and you can you can point to the fact that because they were not part of the deal the united states has a free hand to pursue a run through sanctions or other means uh because it was left off the table now the iranians will say well that's not part of the deal but of course if you if you read the thing you know strictly legal interpretation of the deal the united states can pursue iran over these issues and so i think there's lots of room for leverage with the iranians i think we can begin to impose new sanctions which make it hurt and much of that hurt the last time and and and perhaps there might be a way of getting back to maybe the table again to renegotiate these other thing i'm not terribly sanguine about the prospect of the iranian uh hoping their support for terrorism uh but i do think we can get some leverage and navy in the process uh you know uh uh weaken the regime through perhaps asymmetrical means as well now let's let's move uh a little bit off of iran towards the arabian gulf situation you wrote a piece in the hill these days it's the clash of the arabian gulf cash in washington what's going on there well in late may the country of qatar came under a cyber attack it actually happen on the day that my organisation the foundation for defense of democracy held a conference in which we really raked the cutter ilker the coal their terrorism support uh across the region they are of course than american ally they at a major airbase uh image italy's it's where most of our war against isis al qaeda thought a down the street uh from that faith you've got taleban you've got notes were front you know all qaeda interior you've got a ma uh you've got designated terrorist financier by the united states and un that have not been brought to justice so there is a real double game that the cutter isn't it plank so they got hack in late may he got really angry and.

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"arabian gulf" Discussed on WPRO 630AM

WPRO 630AM

02:09 min | 3 years ago

"arabian gulf" Discussed on WPRO 630AM

"And i learned from you why isn't it counted among the two hundred seventy odd ships that we call the united states navy good evening to you good evening john and thanks for the the chance to talk about the navy and and where it's working right now uh butterball is is a cycle class it's a it's a cult would troll boat it it is one hundred seventy nine feet long uh but it is not what we call felt deployable other fungible cannot cross the ocean uh on on on its own it doesn't have sufficient fuel often times are accompanied by oilers they have to make many hits in in other cajun back we've lifted them across putting them up on larger ships uh that that are to merge get underneath a thunderbolt recycling class lifting backed up in and carry them over there are many of them operating out of bahrain uh in the arabian gulf and they provide of security for a us national security interests in that region they are pretty much ideal for the arabian gulf for short of the low feet high in the enclosed waters that rate in the shower draft upward them they're commanded by lieutenant lieutenant commander user junior officers and so when you talk about that that nario you'd laid out where the ir g p gunboats are coming out and they're challenging and they're being very purposeful in their their desire to challenge of the united states navy to see if they can get him to turn back down and and what you're seeing is you're seeing a very junior officer probably someone in his in his late twenties to early thirty in having to make the call to discharge you've gone and fire across the bow of these irdc uh and if it if they continue to come in he would have had the decision is a right of inherit right of selfdefense to fire into those in order to protect his vessel and uphold us national security interests an awful lot to ask for very young officer uh but the thunderbolt was there if operating as you said with ticonderogaclass cruiser in the region as well welcome coast guard cutters this is how the united states a protected national security interests overseas into your testimony today we'll go wreak immediately the connection the ticonderoga a ticonderogaclass cruiser came up in near conversation what is the.

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"arabian gulf" Discussed on Up First

Up First

01:47 min | 4 years ago

"arabian gulf" Discussed on Up First

"President trump get a fire the man investigating his campaign is ties to russia villas friend christopher ruddy says the president is thinking about it i'm steve inskeep and i'm rachel martin and this is up i from npr your first word on the day's news attorney general jeff sessions testifies in public today what can i add to the picture of russian influence also what's really at stick for the united states disputes between us allies situation in the arabian gulf over the last few days is troubling to united states region of the many people who are directly affected we place a call to qatar home of a vital us military later closing arguments are over just how strong was the evidence against bill cosby stay with us will guide you through this space news this podcast is sponsored by the showtime documents re film the putin interviews from filmmaker oliver stone don't miss this four night event streaming now go to show time dotcom and start your free trial you will not be charged for the showtime streaming service during the free trial period support also comes from sun basket son basket delivers organic ingredients for palio glutenfree vegetarian and family meals so you can cook quick healthy meals and your own kitchen find out more at sun basket dot com slash up first so robert muller is the man in charge of investigating possible links between russia and president trump's campaign associates he is a former director of the fbi when he was named special council he was praised right as america's statist arrow someone who is well respected nonpartisan.

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