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"assad" Discussed on Between The Lines
"I mean, women don't want to be siloed into one policy document. We care as much about, well, I do, foreign affairs, the economy and national security, all the other things that are considered in the domain of men that aren't inside that pink book. And that's where they get it wrong. They've got to embed female issue, women's issues right across the board and not get into this trap thinking that they're just about that narrow time of life when women are raising children or they're doing more of the heavy lifting around the home. It's a much more sophisticated electorate than that, particularly in relation to professional women. But don't just focus on the Teal seats Liberal Party. You've got to get out there and win new ground. I think the last time we really did that was at Western Sydney under Howard. That's in the 90s, Tom. They have not got outside the leafy parts of Melbourne and Sydney and Brisbane and chased down these new seats where people, you know, these women aren't professional women. They may not be in full -time work. They're juggling all the same concerns as people across the country, male and female. But we're not talking to them. We're sort of talking at them, but we're not having a conversation with them. And go back to your point about Maura Deming, as she's out there in Western Melbourne. You know, when she got up to the steps of the Victorian Parliament and got expelled as a result, she was reading out a speech that she had written with her Muslim female neighbour. I mean, these are the sort of seats, these are the sort of areas of urban capital cities that the Libs need to make ground in. And they're not. Peter, great to have you on RN. Delighted to be with you, Tom. Coming up, is Syria's President Assad, once an international outcast, is he about to be welcomed in from the cold? Well, is the Middle East about to be reshaped? After all the instability, the violence of recent years, you think about the invasions, the uprisings, the toppling of regimes, the sectarian tensions. After all that, this is a quieter time, but maybe no less profound. It's about the two big strategic players, the sharpest antagonists, having something of a rapprochement. First came the news back in March, those two regional powers, Shia Iran and Sunni Saudi Arabia, they had agreed to restore diplomatic ties after years of mutual hostility. Then this past week, Syria, kicked out of the Arab League 12 years ago with the outbreak of its civil war, and whose government and military has relied heavily on Tehran support. Well, Syria has been invited back to the Arab League. So if Bashar al -Assad is the murderous dictator portrayed in the West, why are Arab neighbours keen to re -embrace him? And will the rest of the world follow suit? Joshua Landis is director of the Centre for Middle Eastern Studies at the University of Oklahoma. He writes and manages syriacomment .com. It's a daily newsletter on Syrian politics. Joshua, welcome back to Between the Lines. Well, it's a pleasure being with you, Tom. Well, what do you make of Assad's welcome back at the Arab League? Is it simply a recognition that his regime has essentially won Syria's civil war? Well, it has. It has won Syria's civil war. And, you know, to do with your question about why are the Arab states embracing him, that has largely to do with the fact that you get to choose your friends,
"assad" Discussed on Today, Explained
"Described as war crimes. It led to the passing, and now the implementation of a bill in the U.S., the so called Caesar act. So here we have hard evidence about the brutality of this regime. And yeah, yes, this president is being readmitted into the Arab League and some countries in the world, even in the west, are saying maybe we should just be pragmatic and turn a blind eye, unfortunately. What does this tell us about, say, the Russia Ukraine situation? Are we going to suddenly see Vladimir Putin re embrace further down the line in the same way? I think the way Assad is being handled sets a really dangerous precedent for the world at large, because it gives people like Vladimir Putin, hope that one day they can be back. Lina khatib directs the psoas, Middle East institute in London. Avicii artsy and halima Shah produced today's show with help from Amina Al sadi, Matthew collette, Laura bullard and Patrick Boyd, I'm Sean Rama's firm. It's today explained.
"assad" Discussed on Today, Explained
"Today explained is back with Lena khatib, Bashar al-Assad is back in the Arab League. He's getting hugged. We asked Lena, what leaders have to gain from engaging with this dude on a global stage? I thought this is not going to take any meaningful action. All they will achieve is deescalation, they just want to kind of keep Assad out of their list of issues to worry about because they have other things to worry about. So that is it really. Sadly, it's not much more than that. I mean, they just want, in the case of Jordan, maybe, to have their borders quite and down a little bit. Are there countries in the Arab League that oppose Al Assad rejoining? Absolutely. Qatar says it has no plans to embrace Al Assad, who's blamed for the deaths of tens of thousands of his own people and the displacement of many, many more. Darwin is instead seeking to unite the Syrian opposition. It continues to support the Syrian opposition in northwest Syria and around the world actually. And it has declared very clearly that although it will not stand in the way of seriously admission into the Arab League, its own bilateral relations with Syria will remain as they had been before, meaning no diplomatic ties with Assad whatsoever and no recognition of the legitimacy of Assad as president of Syria. Our other countries around the world mad at the Arab League for admitting this known war criminal back into the fold, maybe the United States, I don't know, western nations? Yes, absolutely. The UK is disappointed with this move. The United States has also insisted that it still wants political transition according to the UN peace process to happen and that sanctions imposed by the U.S. on the Assad regime are not going to be lifted. We have made clear to all of our partners that Syria does not merit readmission into the Arab League and we continue to believe that we will not normalize our relations with the Assad regimes and we don't support our allies and partners doing so either. So when it comes to the European nations and the United States, it's business as usual Assad is still not regarded as legitimate. The European Union is there standing for the Syrian people. And for the rights of Syrian people. And we will continue to support the mechanism of international accountability for all the horrors that happen from the side of the regime supported by Russia in Syria against the Syrian people. Is there a precedent for this for letting a known war criminal, you know, just sort of get a pass and just be welcomed back into the fold. I mean, regionally and chemically Saddam Hussein comes to mind. Unfortunately, when it comes to politics, we are now in a world in which pragmatism rules rather than values. And when it comes to the Arab League in particular, many members of the Arab League are authoritarian regimes, they are not democracies. And so this issue of accountability is not absolute in this kind of context. So here you have Saddam Hussein, for example, who was obviously a criminal. And yet was never actually condemned very widely in the Arab world despite, for example, his invasion of Kuwait. And the other actions against the Kurds, et cetera he was a ruthless dictator. He used savage methods against his own people, including gassing 5000 Iraqi Kurds at halabja. So he was not absolutely isolated despite those actions. All might as Bashir of Sudan is another example. Al Bashir was the only serving head of state to be indicted for war crimes. International Criminal Court in The Hague issued two arrest warrants, the charges stemmed from the war in Darfur. So unfortunately, the situation of Bashar al-Assad is not the first time that this kind of scenario happens. But definitely Bashar al-Assad, I would say, is perhaps one of the most brutal. I mean, he ranks up there with Saddam Hussein, if not even higher up in terms of the extent of the brutality, he has inflicted on his people. And where do we go from here? I believe Bashar al-Assad has also been invited to the climate summit cop 28 in Dubai, this November, December, is he gonna be standing on some stage next to Joe Biden? And what would that mean for him? Just total legitimization? Well, for Bashar al-Assad, he would love nothing more than a photo op with Joe Biden or the prime minister of the UK or the king or any real western leader who we can basically stand next to in that context and say I am here. You have to accept me as the de facto winner in the Syrian conflict. The invitation to cop 28 came really to suit the agenda of the United Arab Emirates, which is the host of cop 28 to show the political clout that the UAE has, of course, Assad is relishing the moment he will do his best to use it as an opportunity to reenter the international community, not just the Arab League. So it will be a further step for him towards normalization at large. But this is, of course, going to make many western leaders uncomfortable because they will not want a photo op with Bashar al-Assad. That's for sure. There are a lot of bad dudes in the world. He's among the baddest, but what is this just safe for all the bad dudes that you can just abuse human rights conventions, the Geneva conventions with impunity and just wait it out for a while, and then just, I don't know, by inertia, be welcomed back into global politics? I mean, unfortunately, this sets a really bad precedent. Considering all the harsh words said about Assad considering the documentation of the crimes inflicted by Assad, this is why the U.S., for example, created this Caesar act. They're known as Caesar's photographs named after a military defector who documented torture and killings in Syrian government jails. His testimonies to the U.S. Congress was part of a campaign to hold the regime responsible for what have been
"assad" Discussed on Today, Explained
"Remember another university professor who was in his mid 70s actually who were beaten and dragged into the police van, my good friend rosanne Tony also was dragged from her hair and was pushed into the van. Many of them were taken outside of the city and dropped in the open and they had to walk back to their homes, but those were the lucky people only. The unlucky people had to go to the detention center and had to receive their portion of torture. By 2012, Assad's diplomatic relations with Arab countries started being severed one by one and he was as in Syria was kicked out of the Arab League. He always had Russia on his side, I guess, but how isolated did he get? I said got pretty isolated because in addition to being kicked out of the Arab League and by this I mean serious membership was suspended, you also had Western countries withdrawing their ambassadors closing their embassies. The United States expelled the Syrian sage affair, Berlin and Rome made similar decisions along with London. And so as that found himself with just few backers in the Middle East and very, very few engagements in the world at large, apart from some rogue states. And so I would say the international isolation was pretty significant and severe. The United States, the European countries, and many Arab countries called for Assad to step down, they did mean something to me and to many other Syrians. We were very optimistic that calling on asset to step down or announcing asset as a president who lost the legitimacy of ruling the country would eventually convince us that to step down. International isolation for Syria meant that Assad was no longer regarded as the legitimate leader of Syria and most countries I would say and the world. It meant economic isolation because the European Union and the United States, for example, began to impose sanctions on the Assad regime and people affiliated with the Assad regime, as well as businesses linked to the Assad regime. European leaders meeting in Brussels were determined to send a very personal message with these latest sanctions. Syrian president's wife will face travel bans and her assets will be frozen. His mother and sister are also targeted. So you have political isolation, economic isolation, and of course various attempts at political transition in Syria that ultimately aimed at removing aside from power. And he had to tackle all those things with the help of the Russians and the Iranians. And so did something change in the past year in the past 6 months. Why is it that all of a sudden Middle Eastern countries are saying, let's open up relations with Bashar al-Assad again, let's open up relations with Syria. What happened is over the years, all this isolation that Assad was subjected to politically was not enough to remove him from power. In the U.S. in particular, there was no diplomatic effort to really try to get rid of Assad. People may remember that president Obama had said the use of chemical weapons is and would be totally unacceptable. And if you make the tragic mistake of using these weapons, there will be consequences and you will be held accountable. But when that red line was crossed because the Assad regime did use chemical weapons, the U.S. did not really react. There were no repercussions for Assad. And in a way, this lost the United States. A lot of credibility in the Middle East, it lost the United States credibility in the eyes of asad himself, who started believing that actually the west did not really want him to leave, unlike what president Obama had literally said that basically Assad must go. We will continue to support the legitimate aspirations of the Syrian people, engaging with the opposition, providing with providing them with the humanitarian aid and working for a transition to a Syria that's free of the Assad regime. And over the years, the U.S. became much more concerned with under Obama with Iran and trying to have a nuclear deal signed with Iran. Because of this deal. The international community will be able to verify that the Islamic Republic of Iran will not develop a nuclear weapon. And gulf countries in particular Saudi Arabia felt let down that U.S. was prioritising, signing a nuclear deal with Iran rather than trying to deal with Iran's regional role such as the support for Assad. So you have an accumulation of factors over the years that led Arab countries in particular Saudi Arabia to feel that changing the regime in Syria is not a possibility anymore. Do you end peace process was not leading in that direction? Iran was getting stronger and stronger in the region and Saudi Arabia felt that it had no choice, but to try to deescalate tension instead of trying to get rid of Assad because they felt this is now impossible. So that is why he's been invited back into the Arab League. This is just a move to try to lower tensions in the region. When I saw a sad descent from his plane and met by the Saudi senior officials, when I saw him sit in the meeting and address the other presidents when I saw the Saudi officials welcome him, adoringly, I was appalled. I was distressed. I was depressed. I was angry and sad at the same time. And so was more than 60% of the Syrian people. We had the feeling that we were let down by the very governments which funded the opposition to become an armed opposition. And now they receive a set as a hero. For a while, when debate about readmitting Syria and to the Arab League was going on, there was talk amongst Arab states, Arab leaders that there could be some conditions. But what happened is Assad has been readmitted with no conditions whatsoever. Of course, you will read many analyses and articles that there are hidden conditions that, as I said, will have to change his attitude, but it is too late. I mean, what happens now if asset does not give any concession? Do you think the Arab leaders were expelled from the Arab League again? No way. What's done is done. Instead, what would have been conditions have now been transformed into issues for cooperation between Arab states and Syria. So when you say these are issues and not conditions, Assad is under no obligation to deliver on any of them. What are the issues? The peace process led by the UN, which Assad never really cooperated on anyway and is not going to cooperate now because the peace process means political transition and he's not going to give up power. Second issue is the issue of refugees. Currently there are 6 and a half million Syrian refugees in the world Assad does not want them back, really. So again, trying to imagine a scenario in which Assad is cooperating on refugee return as I think a fantasy. The third issue is that of detainees, there are many people who have disappeared and who are detained in Syria. And again, Asha does not going to suddenly tell us where they are, because he doesn't want to be held accountable for their disappearance and detention. And then you have the issue of the drug trade, mainly the drug captagon. It's a kind of amphetamine and Syria has become the leading place for the trade of captagon and manufacturing of captagon in the world. In northwestern Syria, rebels from the hayat area sham group, a seizing drugs at the border crossing, with this criminal industry valued in the billions of dollars, some are now asking if we are seeing the rise of a new Middle Eastern narco state. So again, this is a very lucrative source of funding for the Assad regime. And again, it's not likely to just suddenly give that up. And the final issue is that of militias backed by Iran that are running the show in many places in Syria, including being involved in the captagon trade. In particular, the Lebanese militia Hezbollah. In recent months, the militant Shiite Muslim group has thrown its support behind Syria's president Bashar al-Assad, fighting alongside the Syrian army, Hezbollah has helped them to win key victories against the Syrian rebels. Again, Assad is not going to suddenly give up on these allies that have kept him in power and are helping him make this money from the drug trade. Has Bashar al-Assad ever apologized, Lena. He has never apologized and he has never admitted doing anything wrong. Do you feel guilty? I did my best to protect the people so I can not feel guilty when you do your best. You feel sorry for the life that has been lost. But you don't feel guilty when you don't get people. He has always been consistent that in his view, there was never an uprising in Syria. There was an attempt by terrorists to destabilize Syria and all he is doing in his view is protect Syria from Paris. So he labels anyone who opposes him a terrorist and presents himself as defending Syria from danger. Lena's back when we're back on today explained. The support for today explained comes from canva 14, canva for teams believes that great design is all around us. And as evidence they cite the $1 bill which was released in its current form in 1963 and hasn't changed since, also, carry Beck's map of the London underground system, which prioritized legibility over geographical accuracy. 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"assad" Discussed on Today, Explained
Revolver's Darren Beattie Reacts to Tucker's Shocking Fox Exit
"Welcome, revolver dot news, check out Darren Darren we're going to talk all about 60 minutes, but I think this actually all ties together potentially. Darren, you've gone on Tucker's program multiple times to talk about rapes and to talk about revolver dot news. Darren, I want to do this kind of I want to do this playing a couple of clips that chuck you Schumer, which I think actually proves my point. But I do want to get your initial reaction there in the significance of Tucker Carlson tonight, obviously Tucker's still alive and he'll do something, right? But Tucker Carlson tonight being over, what is your reaction? Well, it's certainly a major blow and of course I have to assess how candid I want to be in my reaction because there's a lot of things to say. So I guess initially I'll just say that Tucker Carlson was the only person on American mainstream television who was willing to step outside of the playpen. I understand that there are some exceptions, but for the most part, that's true. And I'm not saying he wasn't just willing to step out of his playpen relative to the left or the right. He was willing to step outside of the playpen with respect to American media as such. He was the only person with the guts to challenge the story about Assad's chemical weapons attacks were being used as a pretext to basically launch the war that Hillary Clinton desperately wanted, but never got because Donald Trump was elected. And so many areas, he was willing to touch the actual serious issues that nobody else would, not the, oh, look at what AOC was doing or this or that. And even a lot of the political popcorn. He resisted the political popcorn. Look, and you know, I'm not, I think the trans stuff is ridiculous, too. But it's kind of still in the playpen, like everybody can talk about the trans dome where you're like, oh, how outrageous that is. Yes, it's outrageous. He's willing to go further. And one of the things that he was willing to touch and he touched it early on at great risk to himself was a January 6th step. He
Syria hopes Iran-Saudi agreement will ease regional tension
"Syria has welcomed the recent agreement between Iran and Saudi Arabia to reestablish diplomatic relations, saying it will lead to more stability in the region as part of the diplomatic breakthrough the two regional rivals also agreed to reopen their embassies after 7 years of tensions serious foreign ministry welcomed the agreements in a statesman's calling it an important step that will lead to strengthening security and stability in the region, Iran has been a major backer of president Bashar al-Assad's government, while Saudi Arabia's supports opposition fighters trying to remove him from power, the agreement is also seen as a major diplomatic victory for China, who helped to broker the deal as gulf Arab states perceive the U.S. as reducing its presence in the Middle East. I am Karen Chammas
BDSwiss Chief People Officer in Cyprus Leaves after a Year
"8 p.m. Friday, February 24th, 2023. BD Swiss chief people officer in Cyprus, lease after a year. LTP GTA master roads the chief people officer at BD Swiss is leaving her cypress based role at the Utah ref cops dot finance magnates dot com's 4 o'clock class quarter's main term quote it quite 6 FAA 6 7 one four 7 F 7 B four D two three B one C 5 C zero D four zero 8 zero 76 one three quote target quote blank caught fork cell tagged and CFDs broker, the senior executive announced on Friday. Master rudis exit comes after over a year on the job. She noted that she will announce her new role soon LTP GT LTP GT who is the BD Swiss HR level masters joined the broker as head of HR in January 2022 she was promoted to chief people officer later in June the senior executive boasts of over 15 years of human resource. And talent experience in the financial industry and has worked with companies, such as primus and pricewaterhouse coopers, PWC Cyprus GTC served at. For over a year and half between June 2020 and December 2021 as the head of HR the role was also based in Cyprus. Before that she was the HR manager at Q 8 trade, a Forex and CFD dot finance magnates dot conference trading platform class quarters can dairy term quote if fate 5 8 zero zero B two CCF 5 four F 5 zero 98 T 7 8 zero D three two AFC 6 F 6 target quote trading platform tag provider. She held the position at the company between July 2019 and June 2020 dot LTP TLT PGT between January 2012. In June 2019, master had worked at AMDA in various roles, climbing to. Become the Europe, Middle East, and Africa talent acquisition project manager in. March 2017 at PWC Cyprus, she served as a senior associate, people and change dot LTP TLT PGT top staff leaves. Admiral's Australia LTP GTL TPG T meanwhile, on Friday. Thomas pantazzi, the head of country partnership at admiral's Australia, also announced that he was exiting his role at the Forex and CFD broker. Pantazis joined the Australian subsidiary as an account manager in February 2021 and became the head. Of country partnerships in January last year, dot LTP GT LTP GT there have been other. Executive moves at the ref cops dot finance magnates docked with target coop blank while rel caught follow copy D whistle tag in recent months. Mark cheres, one of the brokers marketing executives, whistle taffer dot finance magnates, dot com executive Assad whisper modest marks U.S. to marketing manager for Latin America target qua blank what will quote follow caught television last month tagged to marketing manager for Latin America. She raz, who joined the brokerage firm in December. 2021 brings over a decade of marketing, sales, and accounting experience to the. Roll LTP GT LTP GTB D Swiss also recently. Dot finance magnates dot com executive market Sanders under your joints was sent out by quote target coop Blanco rel quat follow quad hired HF markets Andreas Andrea tagged as its new chief. Commercial officer in Cyprus. Andrew brings over two decades of industry. Experience to the role. He previously worked for cyberspace brokerage firms such as iron FX and FX GM dot LTP GT LTP GT on the other hand. Admirals recently dot finance magnates dot com executive esmo Sadler Elise name is June Enrique and osmariel aspects of target coop Blanco rel quat follow quant, one more in all tag as its chief executive officer for Spain. Moriano, who brings a mix of academic and financial industry experience to the new role, was previously the brokers. Spain country manager LTP GT this article was written by Solomon oladipupo at WWW dot finance magnates dot com
"assad" Discussed on Mindfulness For Beginners
"Becoming aware of the sensations of the clothes against your skin. And the points of contact between your body and the chair or the floor. And shifting that spotlight of awareness to your thoughts and feelings. And as we go through the gated meditation, just noticing each thought, is it a race, and that might be an anxious thought about tomorrow? It could be a happy thought about today. Or Assad thought about yesterday.
Recovering Syria quake survivors recall the ordeal
"As the earthquake hit the Syrian town of Latakia, a young woman maha who was buried under the rubble with her two year old son her brother and her dad. Who says at first I was unconscious and then I opened my eyes and started calling for my dad. He said yes, I can hear you. Are you still alive? Then who said, my dad started calling, please, anyone, get my kids out, leave me here, and just pull my kids out. Who sends honestly, we live death a thousand times under that rubble. They all survived. While rescue teams from around the world went to help in turkey, age relief for Syria was slowed by a demolished roads, and by the tensions between rebel hell areas of the country, and those controlled by the government of president Bashar Assad. I'm Charles De Ledesma
Inside Aleppo: BBC sees devastation after quake - BBC
"Syrian state media is reporting president Bashar Assad has made his first public appearance in the earthquake devastated areas of Syria. Four days after the 7.8 magnitude earthquake, Assad and his wife asma visited wounded patients at the Aleppo university hospital, Aleppo is Syria's second city already scarred by years of heavy bombardment and shelling, Aleppo is among the most devastated February 6th earthquake cities, Assad has been meeting with delegations from countries sending aid, but until now, those have taken place in the capital Damascus. Friday's visit to Aleppo
Watchdog blames Syria's air force for deadly chlorine attack
"The global chemical weapons watchdog has blamed Syria's air force for a deadly chlorine attack. A probe by the organization for the prohibition of chemical weapons has established their reasonable grounds to believe serious air force had dropped two cylinders containing chlorine gas on the Syrian city of Douma in April 2018, killing 43 people, the watch dogs report offers the latest confirmation the regime of Syrian president Bashar Assad used chemical weapons during his country's grinding Civil War, Syria had joined the OPCW in 2013 under pressure from the international community after being blamed for another deadly chemical weapon attack. I'm Charles De
Will Putin Feel the World Closing in Around Him? David Falt Explains
"With the number of deaths that have happened thus far to Russian soldiers, which is estimated is more than we saw in the entire ten years. They were in Afghanistan. And with the images that are now coming out for the horrors that have been committed, they're in Ukraine, will start to feel the world closing in around him. In other words, not having the support of the world not having the support of his country. I think the support of the world is of secondary concern to him. I think that he feels disenfranchised already. And I think that that has been something that's been in the making for a very long time. And I think what pivoted him into a real aggression I would say and starting to build up for his own type of control of world events was that the fact that he was totally cut out of coalition that air bombarded Libya and took out Gaddafi I think that started his grievance that he wasn't in the fall that it wasn't read in and part of it in any way shape or form and so his next play was to start backing Assad in a more direct military way with iron bombardment and viral bombs and he had a perfect benchmark from grocery, which he made basically made a parking lot out of. And that's what we've seen in Aleppo and other places where we were also present from 2012 and forward.
Why Is the U.S. Comfortable Associating With Ukrainian Nazis?
"If America had a KKK battalion within our own military. I want you to imagine if we were supporting groups that were Nazis. Well, we are. Actually. It's amazing. It's just shocking to me how the left wing regime media has spent years smearing all of us as Nazis, anyone who dares show up at school board meetings as Nazis and then they fund actual real-life Nazis in Ukraine. And this is not like a slur or an exaggeration, there's a video right here that we see in front of us where there is literally a guy wearing a Nazi symbol in full tattoos with fully automatic machine guns saying in Ukrainian like we're going to go kill the Russians. And so the argument then goes will Charlie, we have to back somebody because Vladimir Putin is evil. I agree. Vladimir Putin is evil. Well then under that logic, why didn't we back ISIS to go fight Bashar al-Assad? What if both sides could be really bad? Now, this is the backbone of some of the Ukrainian resistance in Mari Paul, which is the southeastern corner of Ukraine. The southeastern corner of Ukraine is right within this kind of Russian separatist area. It's where a lot of the fighting is happening. It's an area that Russia really, really wants. It's a port city, so a question that I think is necessary for us is why does the American regime or the people that run our government? Why are they all of a sudden so comfortable with associating with Nazis? Now I'm not calling zelensky Nazi. He's a grandchild of Holocaust survivors. Obviously not. Zelensky's Jewish. But zelensky is partnering in some capacity without right neo Nazis on the mainland of Ukraine. This is
Gen. Kellogg: Trump Used Strength, Determination & Fearlessness to Act
"One example that I think is important to note with president Trump and how we could react with Putin Early on in the administration in Syria Bashir aside used Sarah nerve gas against his own civilians This was something that president Obama said was a red line not to be crossed Assad crossed it We didn't do anything When Assad crossed it with Trump within days we put over 70 tomahawk land attack missiles on the air base where that came from who was on that air base Russians who was a joint operator of that air base Russians who supplied the nerve gas Russians We set the missiles in president picked up the phone and told Putin don't do it again in the entire time after that The sun never used chemical weapons against his own civilians That's how you operate with Putin Strength determination and a fearless act
Putin Says Ukraine Must Be 'Denazified'
"Putin announced that there is a special military operation to demilitarize and de notification of Ukraine. A pretty striking because remember all of you in this audience called Nazis for whatever reason. And there's lots of people who have ancestry that were victimized by in the Holocaust in the Ukrainian halls of power. It doesn't make a difference. You just call it Nazis and that is the tactic du jour, even with Putin. And he said many times Ukraine has crossed a red line. And he's even announced that there were two new republics, republics that did not exist just a day or two ago. Putin has created them and they're being knowledge, I guess, by Assad and Syria, but that's pretty much it. I don't think anyone else is acknowledging that these things are new. But that is the play in the Putin does. It's what he does. He just announces these things. And then we're all supposed to just accept them. We're not accept them. There is, of course, a level of trolling that does take place whenever it comes to getting attention on the world stage, but he says Russia can not feel safe and develop and exist with a cost and threat emanating from the territory of modern
"assad" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"In our front store sales as a result of those substitution rates So we've been able to navigate those supply chain issues that a lot of big retailers are experiencing because we have the domestically based products Assad fact that many retailers having to confront right now Karen is theft Is that something that you've seen pick up of late something that you're having to tackle Yeah shrink it We call it shrink and theft is nothing new We've been experiencing theft throughout for a number of years We have seen an elevated amount of theft in 2021 Not to the degree of other industry competitors but it is something that we watch we monitor We've done we've taken significant actions on improving our security in our stores to combat some of the theft that we've seen Are there any plans here for an update of some of the stores meaning the physical layout of some of these stores to maybe better accommodate some of the healthcare services that have been added to some of these pharmacies Yeah as I mentioned earlier what we plan to do is really take a group of our our pharmacy retail locations and make them into primary care clinics We have been extending our healthcare which we have been laying out additional healthcare services in those in those retail locations And we really changed the front of the store.
"assad" Discussed on Nationalism in India
"Of free india has come through now he said father of a nation in this holy war of india's liberation we ask for your blessing and good good wishes so he was very optimistic but all this was shattered to the ground. Why what happened. When japan and germany was being defeated in the war which war world war two and all the scores the retreat of irony right so this was a new thing which he introduced we cannot forget his contribution the most eminent freedom fighter who advocated complete an absolute freedom when the congress leaders were considering india's freedom to come in the faces. He fought a chairs matic leader and he was the one who leaked the foundation stone off memory to the unknown warrior of assad in force at singapore on july eight nineteen forty five but then the news of his demise came on eighteen august nineteen forty five the reports scheme and the reports were telling that he was being killed in aircrash over taiwan. Then people started missing their need dodgy. His presence continued even in his absence. That was the aura of the straits leader. Many things are there. The will be learning more about many others. Many incidents all these incidents teaches us a lot about the history stay connected to meet the no more until then take care of yourself and but by..
Anthony Mackie to Star in ‘Twisted Metal’ Live-Action Series
"Anthony mackie is to star john doe in the live action twisted metal. This is justin kroll at deadline. After recently being named the next captain marica anthony. Mackie looks to a found his next juicy role to sink his teeth into sources tell deadline that mackey is set to star in and executive produce sony pictures pictures television and playstation productions twisted metal a live action adaptation of the popular video game. Maquis will play the lead role of john doe in the half hour live action tv series. Insiders say that sony tv in playstation productions are extremely high on the package and plan is in the works to take it to buyers soon. We're thrilled to have anthony. Mackie on board his ability to blend a comedy action drama is perfect for the twisted twisted world. We're creating said assad kill bash head of playstation studios twisted metal high-octane action comedy based on an original take by deadpool scribes. Rhett reese in paul. Were nick about a motormouth. Outsider offered a chance at a better life but only if he can successfully deliver a mysterious package across a post-apocalyptic wasteland with the help of a trigger happy car thief face. Savage marauders driving vehicles of destruction and other dangers of the open road including a deranged clown. Who drives an all-too-familiar ice cream truck doe is a smart ass milkman. Who talks as fast as drives with no memory of his past. He gets a once in a lifetime opportunity to make his wish of finding community. Come come true. But only if he can survive in onslaught of savage vehicular combat
Putin To Self-Isolate Due to Coronavirus Among Inner Circle
"The Kremlin says Russian president Vladimir Putin is going into self oscillation because of coronavirus cases in his inner circle Putin has been fully vaccinated with the Russian coronavirus faxing Sputnik five now spokesman Dmitry Peskov told reporters Putin is absolutely healthy but will self isolate awfully coming in contact with someone who contracted the virus he didn't clarify how long Putin would remain in self isolation pretty sure the president will continue working as usual on Monday Putin met with Syria's Bashar Assad to discuss the cooperation between the armies on how to continue operations to gain control of the lost rebel held areas in Syria I'm Charles Taylor that's my
"assad" Discussed on Poetic Earthlings
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"assad" Discussed on RFK Refugees Podcast
"That there's another guy that likely to seize them richmond time though he is the second guy behind right behind nick. Delio should nick injured or anything else happened. Which still freaks me out that. That's the situation we've got going on but good for him. Yeah good for him. I don't i think we'll see him on the bench. I think we'll see him on the bench there there. There's there's there's no question to me Next let's go to the big. The biggest move of the off season and in my opinion the the saving grace. I guess you could say of this off season denied acquiring yamile assad By the way kudos to the to the united twitter universe a twitter account. I should say for their little tongue-in-cheek post before signing him. I thought that was pretty funny. but humil- assad joining the dc sending a bunch of garb bucks to atlanta and so many so many garber butts. But you know. I i think this was a case. Where you you have any player in. Mls you get seven goals and thirteen assists in. You have an opportunity to get him. You know dc necessarily need Need the position on the wings. Probably not but he's such a good talent that i don't think you ignore that easy young talent for that matter too. I mean he's a guy theoretically if he continues what he did in atlanta now different challenges here but if he continues what he did in atlanta. I mean you look at a guy you can have for three four years. Who can who is going to get. Just keep getting better and that's good that that's the thing i love about the dc. Now it's this team has has gotten so much younger as much as i loved. Windy rosario and fabulous. Spend a lo- when he was here. This is a team that if they're going in the league at least they're going young and that i do like i think there's two big things think about in this acquisition. I one is back the yeah. That's one. I think i think the one to look at is the amount of money that's being paid. Atlanta makes it so that if they end up not signing signing as odd long-term buying his buying actual contract. They've spent a lot of money on a two year rental of a player that they may already have. It agreed upon so he'd have to perform so badly that they didn't want to pay the. I think it's seven hundred fifty thousand dollars option to buy so it would have to be something really crazy. I would imagine for him to play so badly that we're willing to give up all the garbage bucks but still not pay seven hundred fifty thousand amount. That's one the second one is and you sort of touched on this..
Marvel's Spider Man Game: Everything You Need to Know
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American Could Only Have Controlled Afghanistan if We Installed a Dictator
"If you wanted to retain control of afghanistan. Eric it's like retaining control of rikers island. You'd need a thought. We would have had to appoint a military dictator there who would have enforced rule harshly the way the president of egypt had to do when he overthrew the muslim brotherhood. We would have had to put an a dictator who was willing to crack. Heads shoot people and it would have embarrassed america and certainly not something by would have done. There is no humane way to rule a place like afghanistan. You will either have an islamist dictatorship like taliban or you will have a secular dictatorship along the lines of qaddafi or saddam hussein or assad in syria so thick that the option of a multi cultural pro transgender jemma critic feminist regime in the middle east is not on the table. It never what okay. What about british style colonialism. Another words they were not Pro transgender they were not flying rainbow flags over the embassies. Wh- because there's a fourth option right. You just mentioned we can have a strong man a pinochet Some pig right. But how's that but we can't pull that off now. We can't even control. Our southern border. America is not strong enough to control a country like afghanistan. We can't enforce order in the streets of baltimore maryland. It'd be like britain trying to have an empire right
The Real-Life Superheroes Helping Syrian Refugees
"A. Let me tell you a different story my story. I'm a filmmaker and reveal g from a small village in northern syria in our village growing up there was no stable supply. We spend most of our nights are on gas lanterns and build stories about syrian mythological super beings that protected. The vulnerable was a boy who loved stories of superheroes but later on these stories shifted to tells of heroes that my family has to face and are the assad dictatorship. One of my uncles was killed under torture. My father had to burn his books before they were even published in order to protect us from the reaching. He burned his dreams along with his books. These stories must not be forgotten. My parents insisted the stories stopped being a best time. It's became a form of resistance. I studied filmmaking focused on the commentaries commentary. Filmmaking became my way of resistance. I commend stories of syrian hobos. Assad regime and an elephant when the revision started. I was arrested tortured and sexually assaulted when i was released. I left syria a west traumatized and tried to end my life. My wife stood by me and held me hang onto life but as a result i stopped making films
Syrians Vote in Election Certain to Give Assad New Mandate
"Syrians have voted in a presidential election almost certain to give the incumbent bashar al assad of forty seven year term. He's ruled the country since the death of his father in two thousand in the last election held in two thousand and fourteen had secured almost eighty nine percent of the vote with turnout at more than seventy three percent. This election is likely to deliver a similar result willett. The result is dependent on the country's two biggest allies russia and iran. Dr laura james is a middle east analyst at the global advisory firm oxford analytica and. She joins me now north. Thanks for coming on. Do we have the results yet. No they're not do until friday evening I think we can make a fair guess at them. Though to be honest. I mean is there any chance that russia could perhaps derail the selection. That's no indication that they want to at the moment There's always a question. Mark over how long russia will see asset is an asset rather than a liability. But i think generally the assumption is that keeping him in place keep things relatively stable that trying to bring somebody else in certainly. It isn't a to be played to soon. Possibly at some point they could bring in somebody similar as part of a deal for western reconstruction aid. But we're very very far from that point. In iran influence iran is also supporting asset again as a source of stability and as a gateway into the country. Pro-iranian militias are playing a very important role there and iran is looking for a reconstruction con contracts and most of all a routine into lebanon where it supports the hezbollah movement so again for a run asset is an important asset.
"assad" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO
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War-Torn Syria to Hold Presidential Elections on May 26
"Holding its grip and the mist of a civil war. Serious parliament announcing presidential election In about five weeks on May 26 with no viable opponent. The election expected to give President Bashar al Assad whose family has ruled the country for more than 50 years of fourth seven year term, Syria has never held a free and fair Democratic election This time appears to be no different. Al Assad has led a brutal crackdown on civil unrest for more than a decade, prompting accusations he is a war criminal on the
"assad" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
"Aggression against private property. Declaim that you have a better claim to other people's body time efforts and justly acquired goods than they do. That really is as as specific as i can get so in the meantime i tried to give people a philosophical justification so when they come up with new lie. Oh there's another assad gas attack. Oh we have more footage of assad gassing. The kurds in syria await noah at that appears to be a video for me kentucky. Shooting range remember that one they gave us. It's so hard to just play wackle with every status lie that they come up with that. If you have foundational philosophical understanding of people own their own bodies people have the right to act in any way that does not initiate fraud aggression against peaceful people and that gives them the right to trade any goods. They originally appropriate because with regards to others. The first person who acquires a has not committed an injustice towards anyone else and it gives them an incentive for people to go out.
Coinbase Lists on NASDAQ
"It's ten o'clock at night. You know some people. I know it's a little bit light but it's coined by celestino it. So i one on jump on and have a little bit of a look. Yeah a little bit of As willing to total there for those you don't Coined by stu haven't go to sell button. Which is actually quite funny in australia and advanced group company. Billions of dollars. They nail on the nasdaq. But i don't have a cell button in australia. So he can boy and a lotta people getting bitcoin. If that was their first app. And i think it's a scam. 'cause you know he can blow. You can't sell anyway anyway. So yeah the bts coin base. We've come a long way. I guess back in the days. Anyone like look forward to that we achieved. I guess it's just assad effect of the company's maturing in the spice being even more comfortable with the companies we've always said that guests coined by the probably one of the most important definitely because they do things throughout why you think about even cracking her. A little bit lied that also in europe. I've always had to do everything the right way. And sometimes that's held back a little bit innovation coins. Can i least those types of things but it is really important. That i do things right. So that he. They are on the stock market. And even if you know if nothing else comes of it and you not a fan of that. And i know a lot of the the early safa punks probably on. It's gonna get out of the noises of multiple but when he those now business a crypt. Exchanges is making you know x. Billions of dollars a quarter. And you think about well. How many people really encrypt. And you don't people by the kryptonite. Kryptonite hold it.
"assad" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
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"assad" Discussed on KCRW
"Like this one have become more common in the last couple of years in Iraq. Especially in the southern city of Nasiriyah. The economic situation to all of the people a nursery on in Iraq as getting worse day after day. Ziad al Assad is an activist who blames politicians for the wealth gap. We will see more of the administration's more of protest. And Ah streets and the square. Finance Minister Ali Allawi tells NPR. He does have a plan. There's a strong determination on the part of the executive here. To implement a full program because without it no doubt that the economy is whole be entering into very, very turbulent waters. He wants to increase taxes reduced the number of government employees improve education. Ultimately stimulate the private sector. So people aren't so dependent on government money. We have to shift a very, very distorted, dysfunctional set of economic parameters into another place. This exercise will be a number of people who who lose and I'm much greater number who'll benefit that transition is going to be painful for millions of people. In hopes of making it easier. Iraq is asking the International Monetary Fund for a loan of billions of dollars. Alice Fordham. NPR NEWS Baghdad This is NPR news. Thank you. Ow! Sponsors include who presented the United States vs Billie Holiday, Directed by Lee Daniels and starring Andra Day is jazz musician Billie Holiday for Bearing on Who, Lou February. 26 Awards eligible Maura F y si dot lulu dot com Today I'm press play. You know, the film and the song 95. It was inspired by real activists. I really believe that what I'm doing is very important to the economy and that I should have some respect for what I'm doing as well as higher pay and all my meddling brand. How 10 Boston secretaries started a movement today at noon and seven on press play on KCRW. Working. What Live.
"assad" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"To Wikileaks founder Julian Assad. Has been jailed in Britain since 2019 is he fights extradition to the United States Sanjeev in order to remain in prison, while the courts consider an appeal by U. S authorities against the decision not to extradite him. On Monday, the judge rejected an American request to send a son should the U. S. To face espionage charges over Wiki leaks publication of secret military documents a decade ago. She denied extradition on health grounds, saying the 49 year old Australian was likely to kill himself had held under harsh U. S prison conditions. Correspondent Hear ME, House president Sharpest signed an executive order banning transactions with eight Chinese acts, including Sally pay and we chat pay an escalation of a trade war that has been unfolding through most of his term. The order, however, goes into effect in 45 days, nearly a month after Joe Biden will be inaugurated as the next president. This is town hall. Com Wcbm Baltimore College football playoff executive director Bill Hancock says the national championship game between Alabama Ohio State is still a go for Monday night. Spike reports of Kobe 19 issues in the Buckeyes program. Meanwhile, Ohio State defensive back Sean Wade says he's familiar with Alabama quarterback Mack Jones from their days, his high school teammates and seven on seven games. It is a blessing in disguise of the both of the place that we chose and just That's fine against each other in this game is just it is a blessing, but no. I met for a long time. Money making, Matt that wouldn't call them. But, hey, here's a confident guy, just how he is, and He's a hard worker, a great quarterback and really, really for the plan against this week, instead has been in contact with CHP officials about possible player availability problems, they could force the game to be delayed. Lasted. Athletic director Jean Smith says he expects the game Go on Monday as scheduled. Or the story's, a town hall.
"assad" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Bail denied a British judge orders Wikileaks founder Julian Assad's to stay in jail. He's currently in one outside London. The judges also denied a U. S bid for extradition. A sand has been locked up for a couple of years after the Ecuadorian Embassy kicked him out. Is still facing more than a dozen espionage charges here in the United States. At least four states in this country now have confirmed cases of a new Corona virus. Strain. First detected oversees Syrian causes infections that are no more severe but more easily spread. It's more contagious is going to spread much more widely, a lot more people gonna get infected a lot more people gonna get hospitalized in a lot more people are gonna end up dying doctors. She's John Brown University's School of Public Health, told ABC News. The same precautions that minimize the risk of contracting the virus worked for the variant handwashing mask wearing social distancing. The latest strain was detected in this state in a 60 year old jewelry store worker who's now recovering. Aaron Contar SKI ABC NEWS New YORK NBC's Tom Rivers is based in England, and he joined us earlier this morning where the new variant of the virus Is forced another major lockdown, the nation's third the numbers simply startling in Britain. They really are. If you go back to say, September, you know that we have a lockdown and in the early spring Then, in the summer, things flatten down pretty pretty good bye. September. They started, you know, lifting things and getting back into shopping and schools and you name it back Then there was one in 900 people. Yes, it's positive for covert 19. The week just before last week here. That's the latest numbers. They have one in 51 50 in England tested positive for Kobe 19 here in London. One in 30, and it's not turning around and getting worse. So Tom, we understand. More than a million people have received at least the first shots of the vaccine so far. What more needs to be done in England on and is the feeling that you're behind schedule there? Well, it is a bit of Ah crooked pipeline. Let's put it that way they would love You get two million people vaccinated every single week here. Um, that just is not going to happen in the short term. They got the logistical problems if you will a zone right now, today 1.3 million people. I've got received their first dose. That's good. But you got what a population of 66 million startling number one in 50 in England. Testing positive. Here's another startling detail. Arizona now with the highest rate of infections in new diagnoses anywhere in the world. 7 50 some sunshine here in Boston. It's 31 degrees chaos in Pennsylvania politics. Republicans in that state, refuse to seat a Democrat state senator and take control away from the lieutenant governor as a normally mundane affair turns instead to a shouting match. Back at home from lost jobs to lost homes. This pandemic has left many looking for more legal advice. More and more of it is becoming free WBC's James RoHaas is detailed. Lawyers in the Commonwealth have been offering free legal advice for years now as part of the Mass Bar Association's dial a lawyer program. You know what we do is we have to the phones do our best to give them you know the best free legal advice we can. Attorney Samuel Siegel has been volunteering for about a decade now, he says, because of the pandemic, they've been answering legal question. Sins, including everything from what the eviction moratorium means to them to employers stopping unemployment. We've been getting a lot of questions you know in those areas because these are new issues and you know they're complicated issues and even you know, his attorneys were still trying to kind of figure it out as we go along as well, he says. As laws develop and new relief bills are passed, things keep changing, so they're trying their best to stay on top of it. James RoHaas WBZ Boston's NewsRadio smart.
"assad" Discussed on V103
"We have a lot to get to today, guys. First of all we got to say we've been saying it. Thank you, Georgia. Thank you, George for showing up, Thank you. So much. CNN is predicting that is projecting that Reverend Raphael Warnock is Georgia's first black senator. Thank you. Lord War not beat. Republican Kelly Leffler and John Assad had widened his lead over Dave for Duke votes were still being counted. Congress will get an update on the election results at 1 P.m. today and we'll be watching the vote that left counted. And the last ones they've been counted again. In counties that are heavily populated by blacks and browns. Now watch their make No mistake about it. A lot of whites voted for all soft and a lot of whites voted for or not, Warnock and we do appreciate that. We appreciate the concerted effort. There is more hope for unity than it is for division. There is more hopeful love than it is for hate. The only thing about Haiti is hate happens to be louder than love, and that's what's been a prevailing force over the last four years. His hateful ass has been allowed to perpetrate his hate bigotry and lies. The sad part about it is so many people believe the lies. No, it is a life and just go along with it anyway. I understand that now some people who are just less and don't really know that these allies they just want to believe in the person they voted for. Understand that But the politicians know better. And what I'm most proud of is black. People have made a difference, and every body knows it. CNN know it. Fox know it. Mitch McConnell know.