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"bekaa" Discussed on Gugacast

Gugacast

05:51 min | 8 months ago

"bekaa" Discussed on Gugacast

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"bekaa" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist

Monocle 24: The Globalist

06:57 min | 8 months ago

"bekaa" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist

"But i really think that they see themselves working more broadly with the prime minister of the mvp. You know had had so many breakthroughs in quebec in past and and a failed to really to really break through there. A conservative leader erin o'toole spent a lot of time in quebec during the campaign and it seems that it has paid off for him. he's he's retained a few though seats and held off the blocking back wa- from from getting not number of forty that they desired and finally she was about moving forward. I mean how do the parties work together. Now that is the million dollar question. How will they be working together. Since this was the election that nobody really wanted to see poss- six million dollars in total to run this election during a pandemic and really all the parties pretty much got much of the same. There were a few losers or a few winters but they're all very nominal so it will just be an interesting question to see how they do end up working together because not a lot of people are really sure what these results means. They are much of the same and the whole campaign trail was just one party picking on the other party so it's hard to say what will actually happen and daniel the same question to you. Yeah i think The mvp plays an important role. As we've talked about jagmeet. singh really won a lot of people over. I think during the campaign. He's very eloquent But he did spend a lotta time attacking the prime minister which really I think will hurt their relationship going forward. That is a key Sort of relationship that needs to happen for the liberals to obviously have the majority of vote. So they'll be working with sort of two powerbrokers as i've said in in the bekaa and the mvp to sort of Get anything passed. I think those relationships are very fractured and justin trudeau has proved himself not the easiest person to work with but there are a lot of important issues and the interesting thing. I think out of this georgina. I mentioned i heard everyone speak tonight. All the party leaders. They're talking about the same things. They're all talking about climate change. They're all talking about Making canada more affordable place to live. They're all talking about something. Well we haven't mentioned yet. And that the reconciliation with indigenous people and the incredible issues that exist like getting rid of boil water advisories and things like that across the country. So they're all talking about the same issues how they'll work together. That's something we'll have to wait and see. Thank you very much So we heard there from one. Twenty four producer daniel beach with me in the studio and monocle sheena rossiter on the line from edmonton alberta. We'll have much more analysis on the election throughout the day. Right here on a monocle. Twenty four but still to come on the program again across to canberra for the latest reaction to the contentious defense pact between australia. The us and the klay. Pus were in new york as the united nations. General assembly kicks off. This is the globalist stay tuned as a one nine hundred investment analysts from over one hundred different countries over nine hundred of the sharpest moins and freshest thinkers in the world of finance today. Find out how we can help you. Contact us at. Ubs dot com. The new defense pact signed last week between australia. The us and the uk has caused upset in many quarters. France who's lost lucrative submarine building project. China who says it demonstrates outdated cold war zero sum mentality and also some members of the australian position. Well joining me. Is the saturday papers. Chief political correspondent in cambra. Karen middleton karen. Thanks for coming on. Could you just week out the nuts and bolts of this deal please well it's ostensibly revolving around the purchase of nuclear submarines The backdrop to that as ustralia was contracted to buy twelve non-nuclear submarines from france by a company called the naval group. And that contract is worth now about ninety billion australian dollars but speed plagued by delays and complications. The original design of the submarine number gonna buy was nuclear strategy. Decided it wanted a non nuclear option in that had added to the complications. So they'd been delay in buying the submarines anyway and now what we've seen in the last week or so is the announcement by three governments australian. The united kingdom and the united states government's all the new three-way security pact to be nine as orcas based only initials of all the countries Uk us and it will involve the sharing of more technology particular particularly nuclear technology and it will involve the purchase from the united states now all eight nuclear submarines at mainz the french contract is cancelled and the new security pact will be say is being seen as responding particularly to the threat of china. I three governments won't say that specifically i am. I wonder how it's being received by the general population in australia. I think there's been a bit of a mixed response. It came very much out of the blue and australia is still quite consumed with the current ivars. Half the country's locked down. So i think a lot of people's attention is still very so focused on on that and it might have had a bigger reaction Had had the circumstances of bank different but there is a constituency here in australia. That is because of the nuclear technology. It's been a controversial issue for many years. We don't have nuclear energy in this country so there is a question i suppose about how this came about so quickly and there's also concerned in australia about china and the china and it's more aggressive stance diplomatically and economically in recent years poses to a strategy of the relationship between australia. China has been fought for the last couple of years in particular on a range of fronts. We've been subject to some trade sanctions from china. So people are very conscious of Of concern about that relationship. And in that respect i suppose they might see this welcome development insecurity chan's albeit with some hesitation about the nuclear dimension to it Of course we know china's australia's biggest trading partners. I mean do you think there will be an economic impact. Well chinese displays. 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"bekaa" Discussed on Small Doses

Small Doses

04:09 min | 9 months ago

"bekaa" Discussed on Small Doses

"Day day no i all i'll see. Just wow you've got so much fighting got the you got so much somebody that water so my thing is now when this is over in. But i'm nervous so we don't never be disconnected again. Yes but sister. This has been so crazy to me. Because i had to sit there and i was watching my mom and i and i was like how we got. Cove it and they send you home. Take take tylenol mitch. Talent now if you don't feel good and if symptoms get worse go to the hospital and it's just like okay. My mother has under. I'm i have underlying condition. I'm fat stick. Because they put obese on my on my chart which whatever obese habla pressure borderland diabetes for me. Miss mary miss. Mary has rheumatoid arthritis and high blood pressure. So she's and she's been taken enbrel for seventeen years so her immune system is extremely compromise. Because she's been taking that that shot that keeps it suppresses her immune system so that it can help were yes authorized body. So i'm over here watching my mother our that our just like going down from it like after. We've we've got diagnosed. So is she going down like her oxygen levels or is it like the fever. Like how is she deteriorating. Coughing that eating. I say there she went to sleep and i was. I was trying to make a. Hey mama keeping her 'cause that that damn cobra is the spirit limited. That's what you told me that it you know. I know somebody that got. He said it was like something came through his by the lifelock involved. Yeah it tries to give me before so it was like she. Greg thank evil. It tries to get you at night for me. i've been vaccinated. I'm fully vaccinated. And i i didn't wanna get vaccinated. I i did not want to get it. I'm not gonna tell you a lie. I didn't see my mom's still in the bekaa still coughing. But there's okay momma. We know what's going on. So i still didn't wanna get vaccinated but i did because i have to work as what was it that finally tips the scale for you have to work. I gotta work in. These places are are really mandating that we must be vaccinated in order to work and so i got vaccinated got vaccinated in april. I got my last vaccination nova may eleventh. Yeah that's around in. So i was really hesitant about it. I talked about it on my little bit. Just a little that got vaccinated and because i didn't really wanna share them. I didn't really want to share their. I think this might be the first time i've ever said outwardly that i've got vaccinated. 'cause i didn't wanna feel like i didn't wanna to be wanted to like i was influencing influence people. What they yeah. Because i did it like you know i just like you. I ended up getting vaccinated. One because jay ellis on insecure with me like he just was not letting it go like him and my husband on the show they were like. I mean you need to do this do this and that was like i don't know i don't trust it and then i just started doing more research now when i do research i mean i am tall. I'm looking at the people who are Involved directly also speaking to people. I know that our insci- and in medicine other people's version of research i feel is just looking at influencers and you know and they shouldn't they should. They should research and so now. The omar got. I wanna hear you got research. Give him extra dot the all mile.

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"bekaa" Discussed on Romeo Siaw-Mensah Podcast

Romeo Siaw-Mensah Podcast

07:14 min | 1 year ago

"bekaa" Discussed on Romeo Siaw-Mensah Podcast

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"bekaa" Discussed on Casandra Properties Real Estate Podcast

Casandra Properties Real Estate Podcast

04:28 min | 1 year ago

"bekaa" Discussed on Casandra Properties Real Estate Podcast

"Welcome. Everyone to the thirteenth episode of the Cassandra Property. PODCAST. We are joined today by a very special guest Todd Bona. He's the producer director and partner at Gotham Trini productions, how we doing doing very well, thanks so much for having me guys always a pleasure to get together with you. You've got that like intoxicating kind of personalities and we said this'll be a great little show and we we're joined by our wonderful Bekaa. Singer. The singer. Yes. So she's an avid singer. Yeah. So we're going GONNA get into as we always do roll back to the beginning talk about you know the the origins of where this company started and todd history and his passion, and you'll come to see very quickly. The Passion Bleeds through and everything he does he's been great to work with but we have a little treat that we're going to plug in somewhere here at the end and Rebecca is going to sing for us. Awesome Yes I guess I am. This.

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"bekaa" Discussed on Frequencia Urbana Podcast

Frequencia Urbana Podcast

05:31 min | 1 year ago

"bekaa" Discussed on Frequencia Urbana Podcast

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"bekaa" Discussed on AM 570 The Mission

AM 570 The Mission

04:33 min | 1 year ago

"bekaa" Discussed on AM 570 The Mission

"From heart for Lebanon, talking about a snooze story, massive news story that you have not heard anything about In a country of four million people. Imagine having half that size of population again, then be visited upon us refugees. I mean, we get we get a little al key when we're worried about, you know, building projects going up at the edge of town. Imagine having half your population. Worth in numbers, then be forced upon you in terms of refugee numbers, and the resource is that are not there to take care of them. That is part of the humanitarian crisis that the people Lebanon are facing right now. And Jack effort. Ah Advocate for Heart 11 on Tom Adama, co founder. Of the organization are here to discuss this. And Tom. We're going to hear a story in a minute about a girl named Mira. But before we do describe for us on the ground The intensity of what refugees by that amount of numbers does to a normal infrastructure. And kind of, you know, whatever. Normal life is a TTE that time. It ruins it for sure. Here you have. As you said, you have four million in the country of Lebanon who are Lebanese citizens, and then you bring another two million Syrian refugees into the country. About 1.5 million. Of that two million are registered with the U. N or some other agency. About 1/2 A 1,000,000 are unregistered. This is prime ground for radical groups. To take hold of the younger generation when they come into the most of them live in the Bekaa, which is only about three miles from the Syrian border. Most home has spent about 30 31 days walking into the country with absolutely nothing and they get into the country of Lebanon. And they think their fellow Muslim people are there to help him and welcome him only to find out that's not the case and then don't top of that. They find out that they're not legal. They're not recognized by the Lebanese government, nor by the U N or any other agency. All of a sudden there squatting on the side of a farmer's field because they're working for the farmer for nothing, so just so they can put their six by six Boy Scout type tent, which is made of rough wood and billboard tarps for the most part. To stay there. Family of six now Here's what happened. Let me tell you about one young girl, Sonia. She came into Lebanon on the trip in the Lebanon with her five brothers and one other sister or dad was kidnapped. Never to be heard from again. They got to the Bacot didn't know anybody. They didn't really realize where they were hard for Lebanon found in we started serving them family. Three weeks to the day. Their mom disappeared in the middle of the night, never to be heard from again by middle. A standard. Sonya now is an orphan, and so is our brothers and sisters, but in the Middle East culture She goes to the next of kin, which has our great great uncle's wife, who already has six Children and really doesn't need any more Children to feed and she can and can't really can't handle it. So she tries to put signing up for sale. It is not successful at that, because hard for Lebanon grabbed her and said, no, Wait a minute. You got a better future and we put in our hope educational program and we stepped up and give the family some family care aide and started caring for the entire family. Now Sonya is a believer in Jesus Christ and sharing her faith with our other brothers and sisters endured the pandemic. She was one that would get our hope on wheels videos and start showing them to all the other kids in her 10 settlement kind of a child evangelist, if you would like the other Children in the tent settlement So when you're when you see the Children like this that have absolutely nothing. And no future. No hope. No dignity. Radical groups will get him if we don't get him. It is a it's A It's like a contest for their very soul, and the 1st 1 to the child's heart and mind wins, and we don't want the Islamic radicals having that. Foothold, not only for the sake of security and making AH, safer world but friends for that child's eternity for that child's ultimate reality, which goes far beyond this life. Well, let's listen to one more story. And then I want to come back with Jack Hibbert and ask him a couple of follow up questions. But this is the story of a young lady named Amira. Take a listen. My name is Amir..

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"bekaa" Discussed on Hyperbrole: A Comedy Advice Podcast

Hyperbrole: A Comedy Advice Podcast

02:52 min | 2 years ago

"bekaa" Discussed on Hyperbrole: A Comedy Advice Podcast

"Your secret in running going from room to room till switches. I hate this. I've never had this happen to me and Do you want my opinion of what they do. We'd throw you guys. I'm GonNa let listeners in our secret you've said this to me before I got here and so I had some time to think about it. And here's my thoughts first one. Is I immediately. It was like a couch cushions and slow time and the second one was I would burn the apartment down to the in the ashes I would pull out the Mug and be like the only thing that survived was your. I'm clearly this one's yours and and those are my two. I don't handle situations while this is why I very pretty similar thinking like yeah like just stick it in their headboard or something and be like. Oh it must've dropped it being behind your that's underneath your bed. You filthy person. Yeah I leave it there. Bathroom like leave it like in underneath their sink You're sending in Bekaa. There's your fucking Mug like you idiot. You left it there wanting to wait in their sink like they take their Matt Grabbing comment I noticed that you have your mugging there and I didn't steal it It's really good. Anthony thinking I feel like all good. It's just got taken so hot. Answer Oh man you should just break it be be like oh whoops that's really fabulous. Also found him in broken now the only one I found it when I was sweeping up the first question is how distinctive as Mug like if you both have it unites get it on Amazon or so then you have three mugs their ten bucks a pack every then with Mike about the person like insane twelve.

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"bekaa" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

03:34 min | 2 years ago

"bekaa" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"With the cricket clashes charity works to raise environmental awareness and I've been on for example he pays me a song he produced with Lebanese school children about the country's best three valley which is soon to be submerged by data she says the crews of these companies is that again and again Lebanon's politicians prioritize business contracts over the environment they don't care they will throw waste in the Mediterranean Sea but they will be executing the dad the private projects to make more and more money it's a frustration that's actually shed by the country's environment minister Fadi J. sake you be focusing on its okay like this this is perfect yeah just thirty tells me perhaps his biggest challenge is fighting with the cools cartels politically connected business groups they're involved in waste management and Corey so you're not eating was clean people using was the mafia mentality and does have a lot of means to block me in so many ways he claims they can buy infants with the media or west some activists who oppose the many illegal Cory's in Lebanon's mountains have received death threats despite the environmental problems she said she says a draft state budget makes his ministry the second west funded in the Lebanese government just eight million US dollars I think it's the most ridiculous budget lack of seriousness from the politicians they don't realize that the environment that a crisis is the worst one and it's the most dangerous one but she said his own policies have also frustrated environmental experts with most of the countries landfills almost full he supports a plan that includes burning wastes to make electricity the shot Saliba the scientist with the American University of Beirut towards this could Weston by REITs act quality which is already many times more polluted than the World Health Organization recommends it's because the history of this government and the previous governments have proven to be incapable of doing any emission control time and again she says attempts at setting regulations have failed you know if somebody wants to see what would happen if you don't do anything to your country they come to Lebanon and they can the problem is not just in the cities we drive into the mountains from bay reach into the fast tell planes of the Bekaa valley time to vineyards and much of the country's agriculture whereas Karun one of Lebanon's biggest man made lakes that sent over to if just about an ounce of common for this in mind that a case in the canal sleeve and Lebanese scientist says this lake used to irrigate agricultural fields but these days it's too contaminated for that they're heavy metals and other pollutants from hundreds of factories that dumped into the river that feeds it along with sewage from nearby villages the government has tried to restrict pollution but for now the lake is the answer it smells and is full of cyanobacteria that turns the wheel to green many species of fish died.

"bekaa" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

10:32 min | 2 years ago

"bekaa" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Seventy nine revolution in Iran trained by Iranian revolutionary guards financed by Iran and often carried out Iranian orders indeed the October twenty three nineteen eighty three bombing. later was discovered to been ordered Biram. the commanding officer the marine unit targeted by Hezbollah later wrote a nine to us at that time the National Security Agency admitted diplomatic communications intercepts on September twenty six. the same day as the ceasefire ending the September war which the Iranian intelligence service provided explicit instructions to the Iranian ambassador in Damascus also a known terrorist to attack the marines at Beirut International Airport the suicide attacker struck us twenty eight days later with where did the intercept stuck in the intelligence pipeline until days after the attack. so ran working through Hezbollah Sarah gets to insulate itself from retaliation learn the terrorism paid off in a big way later use Hezbollah to capture fifteen western hostages in Lebanon that are used as a bargaining chip to secure arms from the United States in the Iran contra matter the leader of the fifteen hundred men revolutionary guard contingent that was dispatched to Lebanon's Bekaa valley to train and support Hezbollah later became Iran's defense minister. the Iranian ambassador to Syria. Oct bar yeah but that I do who presided over the creation of Hezbollah later became Iran's interior minister in his was a close associate of Iranian so called moderate near whose son Musavi he defeated Canada arrange jam elections last year. when I hear more. the operational mastermind behind the marine barracks bombing in Mott mum yeah but that that frequently travel bill ran and work closely with Iran's revolutionary guards in this ministry of intelligence and security. the son of a Lebanese she a clerk he trained with Yasser Arafat's for top terrorist group eleven see the connections in the late seventies and became part of four seventeen Arafat's personal security force. after the nineteen eighty two expulsion of Arab Pat from Lebanon he served as a bodyguard for Hezbollah spiritual leader Sheik Mohammed Hussein Fadlallah. I quickly rose to become a key leader of Hezbollah's terrorist operations. earning the alias of the fax in addition the bombing of the marine barracks he was involved in the nineteen eighty three bombing of the US embassy in Beirut that was that killed sixty three people including seventeen Americans the taking of many American a western hostages in Lebanon in the nineteen eighty five hijacking of T. W. A. flight eight forty seven in Lebanon which resulted in the murder of a passenger US navy drive. he died in a mysterious car bombing in Damascus they may have been an Israeli counterterrorism operations see they don't take any crap. he reportedly had been involved in the nineteen ninety two bombing of the Israeli embassy in Argentina which killed twenty nine people. Walmart part don't you understand it's our presence that cause them to kill yeah right. did I say they're terrorists. terrorists. two hundred forty one American serviceman dozens of other Americans under other circumstances attack our embassies. in other countries. kill American troops fighting in Iraq. our building intercontinental ballistic missiles. so they can hit other content you know like ours North America. with nuclear warheads and it's been proven that they violated the Obama Kerry is Sleiman **** deal. even while we were supposedly honoring. now why the hell. what Pompeii say sure will meet with them with no preconditions are you kidding me. well me with anyone anywhere anytime. what United States of America we don't meet with anyone anywhere. because we don't trust the president or the secretary of state because we don't trust the enemy. the old American. innocent civilian Americans. an American yanks. and the Iranians have yet to pay a price mark you must be a warmonger I am sick and tired of one you. speakers a patriotic American. she can to protect our homeland protect our soldiers and protect our people. that things have gotten so twisted with the propaganda mill on the let me tell you something I just described to the Iranian regime I gonna come close to what they've done. the torture the murder. the kidnappings. and we have a United States senator and rand Paul. who serves as a go between a tour guide. with the foreign minister. the regime against talking about America. and he's all over cable TV. celebrating the ouster of John Bolton. who was once are you one of bass under a great ambassador to the United Nations. I'm not gonna sit here and allow the lies in the propaganda to be spewed by a relative handful a knuckle heads on TV and in the US Senate. and Mike got less conservative colleagues. sit there with a thumb up their nose not sure how to speak. speak respectfully. speak honestly. give your opinion it's okay. one out leftists were not Mediaite media matters and CNN and MSNBC in the New York slimes of The Washington Post we want our president to succeed we support our president. we support him. the world had to have opinions to it is America we have free speech. not for the purpose of destroying. I sabotaging. but this. and giving our input. I know I don't think. we should say hello meet. the Iranian regime dictators I know I don't think we should now reduce. the economic pressures we put on a ram which are working as a precondition to talk to them I don't think we should be making U. turns. no I don't. your watch be a neo con only morons would say that they don't know what a neo con it you must be a hawk no I am a traditional. pro American. pro military. pro liberty. constitutional conservative this is the job of the federal government not to make deals. but they keep us safe. now I want to take a few calls. Doug Dallas Georgia are great affiliate we're back with WGST how are you. I'm doing great good evening out yes Paul I'm a little bit nervous but I I served up four years in the marine corps not the four door right why. and my first book one and two thousand seven headwall Asian under the direction of the US is. Robert revolutionary guard corps outskirts force should not armed soldiers in Carballo set them out in the desert closer than eight children. his name is Ali Baba do you offer and along with another guy hi am I right to government law. we strongly soldiers tortured and killed them and then. all of the bomber ministration well we use them to the Iraqis will be sent to the Iranians and Hezbollah in two thousand well. let me ask you something Sir first of all god bless you and thank you. do you think that our administration should meet. with the president of Iran. as the secretary of state said and not only that with no preconditions how does that make you feel. our. I'm research there's not a lot and I've read some things thank you along your journey and that. the mobile suit that basically say that are rare provided. from Afghanistan to Iran Lebanon for the September eleventh hijackers. and this will gain from all those soon but when it came out Bob. and not what we should. I thank you told your saying that those four American soldiers were kidnapped effectively by Iran portrait and mark. yeah. and exactly what price that they paid for that. I'm a member station will we instead of sending them to bring. do you think do you think that the president of Iran if and when he comes to the U. when. that our officials are present and shake his hand and be prepared to talk down without preconditions. hi just wanted your input you you you are man it was served in a code pink Republican sitting on your ****. with that pretty stupid look on the face. all right. I wanted a dog don't hang up I want to send you a signed copy of on freedom of the press we'll be right back..

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"bekaa" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

10:19 min | 2 years ago

"bekaa" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Was discovered have been ordered Biram. the commanding officer the marine unit targeted by Hezbollah later wrote I nine tell us at that time the National Security Agency admitted diplomatic communications intercepts on September twenty six. the same day as the ceasefire ending the September war which the Iranian intelligence service provided explicit instructions to the Iranian ambassador in Damascus also known terrorist to attack the marines at Beirut International Airport the suicide attacker struck us twenty eight days later with word of the intercept stock in the intelligence pipeline until days after the attack. so ran working through Hezbollah Sarah gets to insulate itself from retaliation learn the terrorism paid off in a big way later use Hezbollah to capture fifteen western hostages in Lebanon that are used as a bargaining chip to secure arms from the United States in the Iran contra matter the leader of the fifteen hundred men revolutionary guard contingent that was dispatched to Lebanon's Bekaa valley to train and support Hezbollah later became Iran's defense minister. the Iranian ambassador to Syria. Akhbar Yabba dabba doo who presided over the creation of Hezbollah later became Iran's interior minister in his was a close associate of Iranian so called moderate near whose son Musavi he defeated Canada arrange sham elections last year. when I hear more. the operational mastermind behind the marine barracks bombing in my mum yeah but I've frequently traveled to Iran and work closely with Iran's revolutionary guards in this ministry of intelligence and security. the son of a Lebanese she a clerk he trained with Yasser Arafat's for top terrorist group eleven see the connections the late seventies and became part of four seventeen Arafat's personal security force. after the nineteen eighty two expulsion of our Pat from Lebanon he served as a bodyguard for Hezbollah spiritual leader Sheik Mohammed Hussein Fadlallah. I quickly rose to become a key leader of Hezbollah's terrorist operations. turning the alias of the fax in addition a bombing of the marine barracks he was involved in the nineteen eighty three bombing of the US embassy in Beirut that was that killed sixty three people including seventeen Americans the taking of many American a western hostages in Lebanon in the nineteen eighty five hijacking of T. W. A. flight eight forty seven eleven which resulted in the murder of a passenger U. S. navy Dr. he died in a mysterious car bombing in Damascus they may have been an Israeli counterterrorism operations see they don't take any crap. he reportedly been involved in the nineteen ninety two bombing of the Israeli embassy in Argentina which killed twenty nine people. well mark mark don't you understand it's our presence that cause them to kill yeah right. did I say they're terrorists. terrorists. two hundred forty one American serviceman dozens of other Americans under other circumstances attack our embassies. in other countries. kill American troops fighting in Iraq. our building intercontinental ballistic missiles. so they can hit other content you know like ours North America. with nuclear warheads and it's been proven that they violated the Obama Kerry Islam on **** deal. even while we were supposedly honoring. now why the hell. what Pompeii say sure will meet with them with no preconditions are you kidding me. well me with anyone anywhere anytime that's the problem. when United States of America we don't meet with anyone anywhere. shop because we don't trust the president or the secretary of state because we don't trust the enemy. innocent civilian Americans. an American yanks. and the Iranians have yet to pay a price mark you must be a warmonger I am sick and tired I want you. speakers a patriotic American. she can to protect our homeland protect our soldiers and protect our people. that things have gotten so twisted with the propaganda mill on the let let me tell you something I just described to the Iranian regime I don't come close to what they've done. the torture the murder. the kidnappings. and we have a United States senator and rand Paul. who serves as a go between a tour guide. with the foreign minister. the regime against talking about America. and he's all over cable TV. celebrating the ouster of John Bolton. who was once are you one of bass a great ambassador to the United Nations. I'm not gonna sit here and allow the lies in the propaganda to be skewed by a relative handful a knuckle heads on TV and in the US Senate. and Mike got less conservative colleagues. sit there with a thumb up their nose not sure how to speak. speak respectfully. speak honestly. give your opinion it's okay. we're not leftists were not Mediaite media matters and CNN and MSNBC in the New York slimes of The Washington Post we want our president to succeed we support our president. we support him. but we're allowed to have opinions to it is America we have free speech. not for the purpose of destroying. I sabotaging. but this. and giving our input. I know I don't think. we should say hello meet. the Iranian regime dictators I know I don't think we should now reduce. the economic pressures we put on a ram which are working as a precondition to talk to them I don't think we should be making U. turns. no I don't. you must be a neo con only morons would say that they don't know what a neo con it you must be a hawk no I am a traditional. pro American. pro military. pro liberty. constitutional conservative this is the job of the federal government not to make deals. but to keep us safe. I want to take a few calls. Doug Dallas Georgia are great affiliate we're back with WGST how are you. I'm doing great good evening out yes all of our I'm a little bit nervous but I I served up four years in the marine corps not the floods are right why. and my first appointment two thousand seven Hezbollah agent under the direction of the end is the mom of revolutionary guard corps outskirts forced to walk for army soldiers in Kaballah took him out in the desert tortured and killed does not the guy that did it his name is Ali Baba do you have a lot of and along with another guy high up in the Iraqi government law. but you should not install the soldiers tortured and killed them and then on the the bomber ministration well we use them to the Iraqis release them to the Iranian backed Hezbollah in two thousand well. let me ask you something Sir first of all god bless you and thank you. do you think that our administration should meet. with the president of Iran. as the secretary of state said and not only that with no preconditions how does that make you feel. our our resources model a lot and our our our let some things some things from a long war journal and all. the friends of democracy well basically say that our brand provided travel from Afghanistan store brand from Lebanon for the September eleven project. and this weekend's flown mall based soon the Saudi government something that came out okay apparently and not what we should be. thank you you told your saying that those four American soldiers were kidnapped effectively by Iran portrait in America. yeah. all right and exactly what price that they pay for that. I'm a member station listings instead of sending them to Guantanamo bay do you think do you think that the president of Iran if and when he comes to the U. when. that our officials are present and shake his hand and be prepared to talk down without preconditions. yeah all right just wanted your input you you you are man it was served in a code pink Republican sitting on your ****. with that preppy stupid look on the face. all right. I wanted a dog don't hang up I want to send you a signed copy one freedom of the press we'll be right back. in.

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"bekaa" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:46 min | 2 years ago

"bekaa" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"BBC news with Eileen queue Donald Trump has tried to calm nervousness on the international market so the US trade war with China saying Beijing had requested a resumption of talks speaking of the G. seven summit in France Mr trump said it was a positive development for the whole world stock markets in Asia opened the week sharply down and the Chinese currency the U. N. has reached its lowest level against the dollar in more than a decade world leaders of the G. seven's meeting in beer it so discussing climate change and bio diversity amid expectations that we could announce measures to tackle forest fires in the Amazon the summit's host the French president himama Kroll said on Sunday they were close to agreeing technical and financial help reports from Lebanon say that the Israeli ministry has carried out an attack in the Bekaa valley close to the Syrian border local media said several drone strikes targeted position held by a Palestinian militant group there are no reports of injuries in a separate incident the Israeli army says its aircraft have struck targets in the Gaza Strip the long into the ruling Hamas movement in response to rocket fire from Gaza the new coalition government in the Democratic Republic of Congo has been named seven months after the inauguration of president Felix Gines Acadie most of the sixty five new ministers belong to a coalition loyal to the former leader Joseph Kabila the American pop singer Ariana Grande has returned to the besieged city of Manchester for a performance more than two years after a suicide bomber attacked her concert there twenty two people were killed in the attack in twenty seventeen the Russian Soyuz spacecraft has been flown around the international space station to make way for another Croft to dock scientists had attempted to dog the second spacecraft on Saturday but the operation had to be aborted when it failed to lock on to its target BBC news on my way to someone else out welcome to business daily from the BC coming up the office of queuing we'd like to see people try to question and get pushed back because they know in the right number we enjoy that very much it's just an experience of where else do you get what you get tips from the experts you may need them given how much time the average person spends waiting in line it's not out of the ballpark to say that somebody who commutes their entire adult life before retirement could spend one to two week in years of our lives in cubes no wonder business has found devious ways of making money out of in patient because you that's all coming up here in business daily from the BBC for.

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Lebanon, Bekaa Valley And P. F. L. discussed on BBC World Service

BBC World Service

00:15 sec | 2 years ago

Lebanon, Bekaa Valley And P. F. L. discussed on BBC World Service

"Reports from Lebanon say the Israeli military has carried out an attack in the Bekaa valley close to the Syrian border local reports spoke of several drone strikes targeting a position held by a Palestinian group the P. F. L. P. there are no reports of

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"bekaa" Discussed on AM 570 The Mission

AM 570 The Mission

08:45 min | 3 years ago

"bekaa" Discussed on AM 570 The Mission

"For the last few days we've been introducing most of you most of you have not heard of heart for Lebanon but over the last few days we've been able to introduce to you this ministry is and what they are doing and Jack the best way to really understand what heart for Lebanon is about is to understand some of the stories of the lives that have been changed and I know that there are some that as you've been there as many times you have to just jump to mind to introduce us to one of these lives that have been changed well I'm gonna introduce you to to Kevin go from on and co lead their little boys that we met when we were delivering survival essentials to their family in a refugee tents settlement they came from Syria four years ago so that was about you know the midway point of what is now been an eight year struggle their orphaned basically well not basically they are or from there their father was killed their mother abandon them so so these little boys are really in desperate need for somebody to take care of them for somebody to love to love them and for now they live in a farmer's field in the Bekaa valley with their aunt and three other family members in in a ten and when I say a tent cabin you know most of us think about that that ten we pick up the sporting goods store and go camping on the weekend it's not like that at all these are these are just rude merry rudimentary supplies that people put together a little one by three wooden slats with factor on their forget the first time I pulled into a refugee tents element and saw an old Chevrolet Billboard draped over a bunch of wooden slats and that was a home for somebody in the Bekaa valley so you know go for Annika lead live in one of those they're living way below the poverty line what we would consider the poverty line they can go to school these little boys no way to get there our hope center in their location is full but that's why we developed something called hope on wheels it's just educational fun truck that shows up at the refugee tents element about every other week and the cool thing is when we pull into this one and I've seen it a go for Annika lead there usually sitting right on the front row it's really the only thing that they have to look forward to each and every week they love playtime there really attentive during the Bible stories and and the amazing part was that recently a we were able to watch them recite Bible verses knock think about this these are Muslim born children the came from Syria reciting verses like the I word have I hid in my heart that I might not sin against god they've got a lot to overcome these boys still in the days ahead but they end their entire family are learning about hope right hope that they can only find in Jesus but that hold only gets there that hope on wheels truck only pulls into that refugee Tamil settlement because of the opportunity that we have right now to help and it's as those that are listening sacrificial we give eight eight eight two one one five nine four four eight eight eight two one one five nine four four I actually got to see a a virtual reality video that you guys shot and and it is so immersive it took me into the into the settlement camp and it took me into one of those hope on wheels advance and to see in in the way the virtual reality thing for works friends of for those of you listening you put the glasses on when you look to one side you're seeing the stage and the hard for Lebanon via workers that are singing the songs and leading them in the motions and you see the the the the enthusiasm that they have on their on their face and that they're trying to communicate to the kids and then as you turn your head to the other side of the screen what comes into the display is this pact and I mean packed it's like a Yankee game double header half price I mean it is active it is it is that you keep standing room only have everyone of these kids is singing as loud as they can and expressing with all their heart that Jesus is alive and that he loves them and that there's all the I mean I'm getting goose bumps just remembering what I saw and if I wasn't even there I can only imagine when you go when you see it for yourself but here's the here's the point friend this work is being done because you are faithful to give those of you that have helped thus far rescue eighteen families have ensured that the five or six kids that are in each one of those eighteen family so far are gonna keep having that hope on wheels come to them and share the gospel share the gospel in a in a predominantly Muslim region of the world Jack speak to that for a second because it's it's super unusual to be able to just openly declare the love of Jesus for people in this part of the of the universe well normally not permitted right in many of the countries in the Middle East and certainly not in Syria not today not eight years ago when this year in war broke out but god in his Providence had these people the poorest of the poor walk over the mountains of Syria if you know anything about the region Lebanon sits along the Mediterranean coast it's a beautiful country with the Mediterranean Sea the left the mountains to the right well those mountains to the right really are essentially the border between Lebanon and Syria and god in a in a unbelievable designed plan had these people through yes terrible circumstances some of them running for their lives coming across these mountains in settling into a place where they are free to hear the gospel Lebanon is a country where we can freely proclaim the name of Jesus Christ their greatest need their greatest hunger is for Jesus and right now heart for Lebanon is watching Jesus as he unleashes his love in their life Jack is gonna be one the most satisfying things you've ever seen there's no question I mean a couple of moments ago when you were saying I I imagine imagine the opposite I didn't have to imagine that the last trip that I just took their Kevin I sat in one of our hope centers in the south of Lebanon in a woman came in and I gotta tell you she's so visually let me just describe this I'm looking at her she's in dressed in complete Muslim address I have I've never seen and and again I know where she came from she just walked out of the refugee tents element I've seen those places their deplorable conditions I've never seen anybody with a bigger smile and more joy just coming out of her heart and she began to share what has happened in her life through a translator and this was the moment where you know what you were asking people to imagine a couple of minutes ago I didn't have to imagine it played out right in front of my eyes she battled down as if she was bowing down to Allah and then she crossed her hands as if to say I'm cancelling that out and pointed up to heaven with joy and I looked at the translator said I don't need I don't need a translation for that I know exactly what she was saying another word she was saying I've left my old life and I've given my heart to Jesus Christ and you know the coolest thing that happened in that moment I looked next to her and her daughter her little girl was sitting next to her and we found out that the reason this mom had come to know Christ was that little girl was in our hope center she had a chance to come thanks to people who are listening right now who give she had a chance to come to our hope center where she got you have the basics of education that she would not get anywhere else but she got loved on by teachers who love Jesus and had the chance to share the gospel with her and it was her influence in fact that mom was a literate and that little girl started to read the Bible to her because she was learning every day she started to read Bible verses to her that opened up her mind in her heart and she came to know Christ so it was that little girl that became our greatest evangelist friends and here is your opportunity to be a part of no doubt eight eight eight two one one five nine four four eight eight eight two one one five nine four four a blur crash thud into shooting you fell through a hole that shouldn't have been there or maybe it was a broken ladder a walkie scaffold a simple not should put you down and out however it happens falling on a construction site can ruin pain if you fail as someone convinced you that you have no case of just live with this is that even fair or just what if your employer is a false doesn't justice mean compensation for medical expenses pain and suffering personal injury attorney Dan but if you think so with over thirty years dedicated to ethics and justice.

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"bekaa" Discussed on AM 570 The Mission

AM 570 The Mission

01:52 min | 3 years ago

"bekaa" Discussed on AM 570 The Mission

"To the links different videos that really take you up close and personal into the heart of the work of heart for Lebanon you get to see stories first hand and what we're talking about is twenty nine dollars a month ninety eight cents a day now for the next year you'll rescue a family of six I mean even if you and I talk about return on investment and wanting to be wise and you know use discretion in terms of the resources that god gives us there there I don't know of a better return than to be giving the gospel and its holistic sense the way harmful Lebanon does to the refugees from Syria and Iraq and the others that are there Tom Adam is with us he's a co founder of heart for Lebanon and Tom you've you've you were there from the beginning you're still young ministry but I know your heart's been probably broken time and time again talk to us about one of the more memorable moments by you as tough questions Kevin I'm glad I'm not on your show every night one of the most recent ones probably is a couple years old my wife and I go over to Lebanon I go over maybe four five times a year maybe fifteen weeks a normal year I spent in Lebanon working with the refugees why I visited the school in the morning in the Bekaa valley and the day before I do when you say the school you're about the hope center those operated by eleven program yes in and we left that end of my wife and I went to attend settlement now ten settlement in the Bekaa valley there's about seventy two over in total we work in seventeen novel legally there's not allowed to be any more than seventeen tents and they're literally tense like boy scout tense and they might have anywhere from twelve to fourteen people living in every tent and nothing to do those of a more under floor or rough concrete floor that we provided very basic ten Bobby a little stove.

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"bekaa" Discussed on LadyGang

LadyGang

03:46 min | 3 years ago

"bekaa" Discussed on LadyGang

"Sometimes you get your number, and you wait a little bit. No big deal. These two girls walk in behind second myself, and the one girl behind me goes, you wanna grab a table too. The other girl so instead of going up and making her order and waiting for her number. She goes, and she cops a table that is against the rules. A hater because I hated her too. I was like, you know, what that's not how it works lady. You have to wait because I'm obviously going to get my food. I because I'm in front of you in line got here before and I'm here before you. I'm just not being a dick. So I'm gonna wait till I get my number because then everybody will get their food in the right order. Yeah. But instead, I was like I hope she sits down gets a table. And then I'm standing there with my number and my bacon comes out, and you're holding it eating it. Yeah. While she's just did that happen luxury aiding on her. I don't think she would care. She seems like a dick. She says you guys to do soft casual fast. Yes. Off guys if you to get a number from after you ordered your meal at the counter that when you when you agree. Okay. All right. But here's like here's my good week with Kevin coming on this week. It reminded me that we haven't actually told the world that I also mid teen choice winner we discussed it day. But I'm just sick of Kelty. Introducing me as team choice losing. I have lost a one, but I did win a teen choice award for the series of glee in two thousand and I think thirteen but you have not received set award. I listen it whether you have the actual physical award. I went up onstage to accept an awarded. They give you a diploma like a you. Congratulations on your to be honest with you. I didn't really care so much at the time. Had I have known that. I was going to be with you. I would have been like I'm gonna need a surfboard. So guys, don't you know, what I will say this because I also want to cast EMMY, you know, what I mean. Yeah, it's a cast. I've Demi it's not a individuals individual. And so I see your teen choice award win. Thank you. And I credit you on your. Why shall now a corner and actually Alex note outlets change that on the website change, the bios ear every media value? Teach waiver nizing and winning winter endless her winnow. It'll be choice nominated and this is third time being nominated for a teen choice award her first win was for the series of clean two thousand and thirteen you thank you think they'd do the teen choice awards anymore. So oh, no. If I did. No, we're Dow or we don't realize teenagers in front, I'll tell you. My least favorite thing to cover every year kids choice award trying to feel older try to feel older than talking to like four hours worth of nine year old about literally like a bunch of YouTubers. You've never heard of any like wise, you're close so cute. Why missile old anyway, become she lived Gioja welcomed adulation mazal tov Bekaa's. Aw. Thank you guys so much. I'd like to thank the kademi. Teenage honestly, think us because I think we have brought it up that you have one because you haven't thought about you actually winning. I would've forgot and the fact that you pulled out the video as perf your life. I need we are on a phone. No believed me she's like I need to introduce talks about how much you're loser loss in my category. And I don't really think it cast win is not impressive really very little to do with me. Right. Well, with that attitude Scher, I think our cast win had a lot to do with me..

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"bekaa" Discussed on The Bone 102.5

The Bone 102.5

04:15 min | 3 years ago

"bekaa" Discussed on The Bone 102.5

"Yeah. That's not gonna do it. Because that's the Orlando show. He played two nights later. That makes sense if he's playing stadiums in Orlando. He's playing stadiums of Tampa. But here's the thing. Or I understand George Michael's big. Anytime you see a stadium tour like that. They're never hitting every stadium in Florida. You're telling me he hit Orlando stadium. Tampa stadium in Miami stadium. Joe robbie. But usually stadium tours only make one maybe two stops at a stadium in a given St George Michael, and you've always the the the behemoth that is the album faith. You have a tendency to fill multiple stadiums per state. I think I think honestly the fact that you're telling me there was three stadium shows back to back to back makes me more apt to think it was at the expo hall. It was you can't take whatever you want at the stadium. Goes three stadium shows in Florida three nights. No, you can't. And it wasn't three nights. It was spaced out there to nights off state. It makes sense why they all travel day. It makes sense. Why they why they went down to a smaller venue, Tampa article. And it said that George Michael demanded a shower footage of the buccaneers in order to play the stadium and the buccaneers refused to give that to him. So maybe that's why he played the expo hall. I haven't heard that. I have not heard anybody else bring that up can be as flip as you'd like anybody who's screen shotting some stupid thing from the internet and sending it to me. I can do the same thing. There are things on the internet to say the other say interview internet does not prove me, right? I'm just saying like, you showing me that proves me nothing. I'm taking the billboard magazine from nineteen Eighty-eight. They guys that info as as as my gosh, that's probably where all of this bad info comes from a stupid billboard magazine. That's fine. When you give me the gate numbers, the gross income and the exact attendance. That's who I believe. I'm not a numbers guy. I'm an eggplant guy. Hello. Who are you? Drew ski. Hey, drew ski eggplant guy Adrian ski. That's good one. Hello from the four seven. Hi. Hello. Hi. This is David David. You just pointed out about not screen shotting stuff on the internet. So I don't know if there's going to be helpful. But it seems like anytime you look up the George Michael tour. It says the expo hall. But if you look up the history of concerts at Tampa stadium does list the George Michael concert right after the Yukon ratchet as one concert in between. What was? Stadium NFL on Genesis don't feel crash your car out of the window. Oh, I'm sorry. I don't crash just a I ever prank. Frank collar Bekaa that call beco- seventy seven five seven nine one zero two five and eight hundred seven seven one one two t five we're not gonna argue about this all day. No, no, no. I'm ready to put it to bed. Thank you. Yeah. I mean, I'm clearly race. Or we could just have a draw. Maybe just say it was. No draws maybe just a middle place. I need capitulation live who you Brandon. Rob. Hi, rob. What's up? John and south are going to be real happy with bit of information. I have do they do they believe different things. So I don't know what you're talking. You know, what I believe I'll be in anybody's team. My sister. Shirt a torture. Eighteen eighty eight. Based tour in between the Orange Bowl in Orlando is nuts. Don't even laugh at that. Facetiously, dude. Time out. Do you need to sentence faith tour? That's it. That's it. Forget it. You're in time out you sit there all of your calling right now, they stand you're staring at the turn around you dunces and look at the wall because of that guy got to make an example out of all you that guy with his nuts. You turn around you face the wall going the corner Blair witch style travel mature radio program. Exactly. Time for this. Balderdash? Farrah, or whatever you wanna call. It. We come back stumbled upon affected an eighties movie that we all know and love is responsible for the death of an icon of American industry. One movie killed an icon of American industry, and I'll tell you which beloved movie.

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Ski Lebanon

Correspondents Report

05:08 min | 3 years ago

Ski Lebanon

"The greatest part about living in Beirut, brick our man in the Middle East. Adam Harvey is the easy access to the mountains that overlook the Lebanese capital when the snow falls beirutis cast aside daycares and head for the hills. Here's a confession. One of the reasons I applied for a job by route was because I knew that in Lebanon, you can ski of love the sports in service thirteen years old. And I strapped on a pair of skis at a tiny slope in the Brindabella's KARN forest seem terrifying, then I see state bumpy chaotic. But it was so addictive that I soon moved to the big time spins halls, but as an adult of lived in places like purse and Dublin and Sydney with a logistics and cost of skiing with prohibitive, my loss. Stop was Indonesia where the temperature didn't drop below twenty eighteen threes, and the closest thing to snow was the ash falling from mount going, and then I moved to Beirut. We can famously ski in the morning and swim in the sea in the afternoon. You couldn't do that. It's Megan's halls. Well, technically, you could but you'd need to finish at noon and dry for two hundred and fifty kilometers lightning speed to throw yourself in the ocean. And you'd being Tara in July the first time, I went up in January. I approached my Lebanese ski trip with the rigid discipline of someone who'd grownups gain on weekends in Austria, we've got to hit the slopes early. If you want to avoid queuing for forty five minutes at H T bar on parishes front valley. So I was out the door at seeks roaring up the mountain road by six thirty and at the resort by seven thirty that sea level to two thousand meters in an hour, including a stop to pick up skis and poles. I couldn't quite believe it neither I think could the cop hot guys at the resort called Mazaar. I was the first person they're opposed any empty bitumen looked up at the mountain with its deep fresh layer of snow and wondered where you're on was in bed at turned out Lignes live their lives at the opposite. End of the day. The cafes are empty at ten AM and packed at ten pm at Missouri. The ticket counter didn't open for another thirty minutes, a cool. My heels with a handful of the other early birds eventually handed over fifty dollars for a lift ticket. Good on the first chill. If to the day might fresh tracks all the way down and got strike back onto another lift, no Q. And this happened all day long. It was a dream the rest of the skiers arrived after ten AM, but the lift queues who really on the few minutes long at most basically had the mountain to myself and what a mountain wide open slopes loads of shoots and Kelly. To get lost in and best of all two huge. Winter storms had just dumped about full maters of fresh snow so much had fallen the snow plows had to dig channels beneath some of the lifts so they could operate Mozelle about the size of thread boat with a few flourishes that you wouldn't see ustralia the food and drink more interesting. I had a mountaintop Espresso with a size flack bread cooked in front of you on a middle dome. With a layer of cheese tire and yogurt spread on top. Just like in any ski resort. The music's terrible. The fashions more interesting was is the first price of seeing anyone skiing for coat the resorts in a Christian area and the locals have made their allegiance cle-, but decorating the hilltops with giant steel crosses from one of the highest chairs you can look across the Bekaa valley to the mountains of Syria as I'm recording some audio to accompany this report I ever hear a pair of skis taking in view. One man who sounds American says. So that's Syria, and that way Israel, his Lebanese companion silent for a moment occupied Palestine, he says. I head back to the cow pock, which is pandemonium the light cameras roll arriving. Now after lunch, I've never seen this an astrologer we might as well give up if you haven't arrived by ten the ski slopes might have been sedate, and peaceful, but the roads leading to them, and now frenzied is a five kilometer tailback as all the light comes sitting stalled traffic police stand on the narrow mountain road, waving arms and shouting as they try and fail to order the traffic, but even with all the cups drivers pull out of their line and roar up the wrong side of the road booking me and the other cars coming in the opposite direction. Everyone comes to a standstill as impatient. Drivers. And try to squeeze back into the other line. Everyone honks that everyone else tap my horn, just to join in the party, but none of these guys can Rick my good mood. I'm in a post mountain high skiing in Lebanon is paradise. You've just got to rise early. As the old correspondence rule has it. Any full can be uncomfortable. Adam havi enjoying himself on Lebanon's ski slopes.

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"bekaa" Discussed on The Brookings Cafeteria

The Brookings Cafeteria

04:56 min | 3 years ago

"bekaa" Discussed on The Brookings Cafeteria

"But as Jeff Feldman US ambassador to Beirut from twenty four to twenty eight as mentioned earlier Lebanon appeared to be fertile spot for Iran to gain a foothold Feldman explains. How disaffected and politically weak Shia population of Lebanon was a ripe target for Tehran. Feldman reminds us that the Iranian revolution occurred in the midst of civil war that have been racking Lebanon off and on since nineteen seventy five the liberties of war provided an opportunity for Iran to show that its owner the Lucien its own she Slavic fervor could be exported. It's revolutionary Islam could be exported further in nineteen eighty two the Israelis invaded Lebanon. Not for the first time for significant time. With the Israeli invasion. Thousands of residents thousands of farmers peasants in southern Lebanon fled northward, the vast majority of these eleven Shia the Lebanese Shia had been a despised disenfranchised part of Lebanese society, the Maronite Christian elite the SUNY elite tended to look down your nose at the Shia. And then you have the Shia are being displaced by the Israelis. The Shia themselves had suffered during the time of the Pilo the Palestine Liberation Organisation's. Basically occupation of southern Lebanon Hilo was firing missiles trying to tack Israel from southern Lebanon that affected the freedom of movement of the Shia population. So the Shia were full of grievances by nineteen eighty two the Israelis the previous problems from the Palestinians. The fact that their own government their own the lead had basically ignored them kept them sort of a futile like serfdom. So they were right for exploitation. The Iranians realize this when the writings, of course, are Shia as well. So you start to see signs in the early eighties of the Iranians trying to build a constituency inside Lebanon for this sort of revolutionary. She is Lomb the rumors are that they were thousand fifteen hundred of the Iranian Revolutionary Guards who were doing training getting financing to build. She a movement inside Lebanon using the Shia majority areas of Lebanon such as southern Beirut, south Lebanon, and the northern Bekaa valley hair malaria and the world I notice this with the suicide bombings things like the spring nineteen Ninety-three bombing the US embassy inveigh route the autumn nineteen eighty three bombing of the marine barracks. Turned forty one marines killed the Italians the French were attack the US embassy. Annex temporary embassy was attacked the following year. This obviously caught the world's attention to what was happening where revolutionary. Iran was building a movement inside Lebanon that could show that this was not a Persian or Farsi only phenomenon that this could affect the population as well, the airbrushed as well, and it was sort of an anti imperial anti-occupation movement. But what's important to realize is that it was the disenfranchisement? It was the futile status of the Shia population in Lebanon, how much they had suffered that opened the door to the Runyon money. The Iranian Revolutionary Guard influence the type of services has those able to provide the local population the Shia population because the Shia had been despised by their own elite for decades. Expands on the rise of Hezbollah to Lebanon in the nineteen eighties. A consequence partly Veron's post revolution involvement in that country. What created Hezbollah was the status of the Shia population inside Lebanon prior to the involvement of Iran after the revolution. The fact that the she attended to be uneducated tended to be at the bottom of the class structure in Lebanon. The fact that the Shia had no outlets for their own political aspirations earlier there had been a very charismatic cleric who had Iran Iraq, Lebanon combinations. As many that she do in mine was Iman Mussa cider was the first to really try to build a political movement for the Lebanese Shia to assert their rights as equal partners in this Lebanese political and social system that has seventeen recognized confessions religious confession in it on Mussa solder started this movement. It became the Amel movement the movement still exists, but it's moved into much more secular movement. But it was the Isreaeli invasion in eighty two along with the military, deployment of the Americans, the French at cetera that I think inspired Iran say, hey, we can go in there, and we can take this over the.

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