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"ben yehuda" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

07:43 min | Last month

"ben yehuda" Discussed on KQED Radio

"For allegedly being dishonest about the number of nursing home residents. Who died of covert. Some state leaders are now saying he should resign. Dan Clark is with me. Now he covers New York State government for W. M. H T, the PBS affiliate in Albany. Good Morning, Dan. Good morning. Well, I remember at the beginning of the pandemic, these emergency powers were quite a big deal. What did they allow Cuomo to do so, Basically, the Legislature granted him these powers in early march last year, and what they've allowed him to do is basically create and suspend any law that he wants as it relates to the pandemic, so he hasn't had to go through the Legislature to make these certain directives like the masked man date. Shutting down businesses, etcetera. The Legislature did have a way to rebut them through a majority vote, but they never took advantage of it. So it was a really far reaching power that some people were opposed to at the time because of how powerful Woz but now we're finally seeing them repealed about a year later. Are they repealing it? Because there are now vaccines available and things with the pandemic of kind of plateaus, or they repealing those powers because of all of these other scandals that are now surrounding the governor. So it's all the other scandals. So did Angie. Okay? It started in January when the attorney general said that the Cuomo administration may have undercounted nursing home residents who died. Truth over 19. That started off a big wave of accusations against the governor, and lawmakers have since then been talking about repealing these emergency powers. And that kind of snowballed in the last few days as the governor was accused of sexual harassment now by three women and lawmakers at this point, just want to send a message. More than anything. The powers were going to expire at the end of the month, anyway. Oh, could they want to speed that up to make sure that everything gets done as soon as possible? What is Cuomo saying about the allegations of sexual harassment? So not much to be honest with you. He hasn't spoken to the public since February, 22nd at a daily briefing public briefing at the state Capitol, and he put out a statement over the weekend that basically tried to not so much dismissed the allegations, but acknowledged them He's denied inappropriately touching anybody. But he has admitted that some of his behavior at the office may be interpreted by people to be insensitive. He called it a playful but obviously it made these women uncomfortable. So there's a misinterpretation of his behavior on all sides. And he's saying that he doesn't want people to think that he is trying to sexually harass people, but that he's sorry that the women took it that way. Does anyone think he might resign? Ah, lot of people do. I am one of them. But it really depends on timing. So the governor has avoided scandal in the past on a number of fronts, So at this point, he could either resign by the end of this week, or it could be three months. It all depends on its investigation by the attorney general's office. It could happen that he doesn't resign until the investigation is over. But he could want to get out ahead of it. And just resign now and get it all over with. Andrew Cuomo is kind of a tough guy. That's you know, part of his M O. If he doesn't resign if he if he decides to stick it out, could he be impeached? That's a good question, And we just don't know in the Legislature right now, As of now, Democrats who control both the State Assembly and the Senate don't really seem like they're moving that way towards impeachment. They have taken the position the leaders in the Legislature. Says they want to see this investigation through and see how things play out. And Clark of the PBS station. W M. H T. Thanks for your reporting, Dan. We appreciate it. Thanks so much. The Biden administration is working to revive the State Department and do that in a particular way. They sent goals to have a state Department that really looks like America and that better serves communities at home. How do you meet those goals? Some members of the Foreign Service have suggestions and have report out today. NPR's Michele Kelemen reports. Kim Olsen spent six years in the foreign service before moving home to Oregon to start a family and work in the state treasury. When I moved back to Oregon, and I said I was in the U S foreign service, the most common response people would give me is doing the forestry service. And became almost a running joke, she says. The State Department needs to do a better job explaining itself at home, and she'd like to see more diplomats spend time in state and local government. It would be wonderful to have people with this kind of background embedded in those offices so that any time that a governor or even a local official is interested in undertaking a trade mison or doing something that would involve other countries that you would have someone who already kind of knows the lay of the land. That's one of The ideas in a report out today by the Truman Project and Network of National Security experts, one of the authors, current foreign service officer Mariam Safety Cause it sub national diplomacy. We have mayors and governors already engaging with their overseas counterparts, and they've been doing this for years, so in pocket, but I got to see this firsthand and inaction when she was based at the US Consulate in Lahore, she oversaw a program that brought together tech entrepreneurs from Austin, Texas, and businesses in Pakistan's put Job region. It's increasing investment dollars into Pakistan but also expanding new markets in business for the folks in Texas. So it's a win win in terms of the economy, but also the people to people. It reframed Pakistan. I think in the minds of many as a Texan of South Asian descent, it stitched together her worlds as well. Retired ambassador Gina Abercrombie. Winstanley has worked on a lot of these reports to fix the State Department, usually written by retired diplomats like herself. This time, she says, the authors were younger and had lively debates about diversity and inclusion and the state of America's democracy. These air people who are mid level who are in the middle of it in the trenches, and that is the special sauce that this report brings. The CEO of the Truman Center Jenna Ben Yehuda, herself a 12, Year veteran of the department, says lawmakers are proposing to set up a State Department office to connect with cities and states. That's important because the department doesn't have a domestic constituency. You know, we can't build an aircraft carrier and every congressional district, But she says the State Department can send diplomats, the local government Because guess who's talking to China all the time? That L. A mayor's office? Yeah, I guess it works on climate change. You know, folks who were at the state level and states all around the country that was increasingly true after the Trump administration left the Paris climate accord, says Lolita Jackson, Climate Change advisor in the New York City Mayor's office. All the action's been happening in cities for four years, so Really the diplomats were in these countries need to know that China sends people from the city level to New York into the city's all the time that's been happening throughout. She's become a sort of local climate diplomat meeting with many environment ministers from other countries without guidance from the State Department. We just figure out our own, but it would have been helpful for them to say, Hey, you're talking to Ireland's environment minister, You might want to know these other things going on with our that would've been great. Now the Biden administration has to get up to speed on the diplomacy happening on local levels. Michele Kelemen NPR NEWS Washington This'll is NPR NEWS. Joe McConnell has some traffic now in the conquered area on highway 2 42 next. Newest problem is to 42 South Bound approaching 6 80..

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"ben yehuda" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

07:50 min | Last month

"ben yehuda" Discussed on KQED Radio

"I'm Steve Inskeep, and I'm Noel King. Good morning, New York Governor Andrew Cuomo will no longer have the emergency powers he was granted during the early days of the pandemic. Cuomo is accused of sexually harassing at least three women and his administration is being investigated for allegedly being dishonest about the number of nursing home residents who died of Cove. It Some state leaders are now saying he should resign. Dan Clark is with me now. He covers New York State government for W. M. H T. The PBS affiliate in Albany. Good Morning, Dan. Good morning. Well, I remember at the beginning of the pandemic, these emergency powers were quite a big deal. What did they allow Cuomo to do so basically, the Legislature granted him these powers in early March last year. And what they've allowed him to do is basically create and suspend any while that he wants, as it relates to the pandemic, so he hasn't had to go through the Legislature to make these certain directives like the Mask mandate, shutting down businesses, etcetera. The Legislature did have a way to Rebut them through a majority vote, but they never took advantage of it. So it was a really far reaching power that some people were opposed to at the time because of how powerful Woz but now we're finally seeing them repeal about a year later. Are they repealing it? Because there are now vaccines available and things with the pandemic have kind of plateaus, or they repealing those powers because of all of these other scandals that are now surrounding the governor. So it's all the other scandals. So the engine okay. It started in January when the attorney general said that the Cuomo administration may have undercounted nursing home residents who died from covert 19 that started off a big wave of accusations against the governor and winemakers have since then been talking about repealing these emergency powers. And that kind of snowballed in the last few days as the governor was accused of sexual harassment now by three women and Lawmakers at this point just want to send a message more than anything. The powers were going to expire at the end of the month anyway, but they want to speed that up to make sure that everything gets done as soon as possible. What is Cuomo saying about the allegations of sexual harassment? So not much to be honest with you. He hasn't spoken to the public since February, 22nd at a daily briefing public briefing at the state Capitol, and he put out a statement over the weekend that basically tried to not so much dismissed the allegations but acknowledge them. He's denied inappropriately touching anybody. But he has admitted that some of his behavior at the office may be interpreted by people to be insensitive. He called it a playful but obviously it made these women uncomfortable. So there's a misinterpretation of his behavior on all sides. And he's saying that he doesn't want people to think that he is trying to sexually harass people, but that he's sorry that the women took it that way. Does anyone think he might resign? A lot of people do. I am one of them, but really depends on timing. So the governor has avoided scandal in the past on a number of fronts, So at this point he could either resign by the end of this week, or it could be three months. It all depends on its investigation by the attorney general's office. It could happen that he doesn't resign until the investigation is over. But he could want to get out ahead of it. And just resign now and get it all over with. Andrew Cuomo is kind of a tough guy. That's you know, part of his M O. If he doesn't resign if he if he decides to stick it out, could he be impeached? That's a good question, And we just don't know in the Legislature right now, As of now, Democrats who control both the State Assembly and the Senate don't really seem like they're moving that way towards impeachment. They have taken the position. The leaders in the Legislature has said they want to see this investigation through and see how things play out. And Clark of the PBS station. W M. H T. Thanks for your reporting, Dan. We appreciate it. Thanks so much. The Biden administration is working to revive the State Department and do that in a particular way. They sent goals to have a state Department that really looks like America and that better serves communities at home. How do you meet those goals? Some members of the Foreign Service have suggestions and have report out today. NPR's Michele Kelemen reports. Kim Olsen spent six years in the foreign service before moving home to Oregon to start a family and work in the state treasury. When I moved back to Oregon, and I said I was in the U S foreign service, the most common response people would give me is doing the forestry service. And became almost a running joke, she says. The State Department needs to do a better job explaining itself at home, and she'd like to see more diplomats spend time in state and local government. It would be wonderful to have people with this kind of background embedded in those offices so that any time that a governor or even a local official is interested in undertaking a trade mission or doing something that would involve other countries that you would have someone who already kind of knows the lay of the land. That's why One of the ideas in a report out today by the Truman Project and Network of National Security experts, one of the authors, current foreign service officer Marium Safety calls it sub national diplomacy. We have mayors and governors already engaging with their overseas counterparts, and they've been doing this for years, so in pocket that I got to see this firsthand in an action when she was based at the US Consulate in Lahore, she oversaw a program that brought together tech entrepreneurs from Austin, Texas, and businesses in Pakistan. Punjab region. It's increasing investment dollars into Pakistan but also expanding new markets in business for the folks in Texas. So it's a win win in terms of the economy, but also the people to people. It reframed Pakistan. I think in the minds of many as a Texan of South Asian descent, it stitched together her worlds as well. Retired Ambassador Gina Abercrombie Winstanley has worked on a lot of these reports to fix the State Department, usually written by retired diplomats like herself. This time, she says the authors were younger and had lively debates about diversity and inclusion and the state of America's democracy. These air people who are mid level who are in the middle of it in the trenches, and that is the special sauce that this report brings the CEO of the Truman Center Jenna Ben Yehuda, herself a 12 Year veteran of the department. Says lawmakers are proposing to set up a State Department office to connect with cities and states. That's important because the department doesn't have a domestic constituency. You know, we can't build an aircraft carrier in every congressional district. But she says the State Department can send diplomats the local governments because Yes, he's talking to China all the time. That l. A mayor's office. Yeah, I guess it works on climate change. You know, folks who were at the state level and states all around the country that was increasingly true after the Trump administration left the Paris climate accord, says Lolita Jackson, Climate Change advisor in the New York City Mayor's office. All the action's been happening in cities for four years, so Really the diplomats were in these countries need to know that China sends people from the city level to New York into these cities. All the time that's been happening throughout. She's become a sort of local climate diplomat meeting with many environment ministers from other countries without guidance from the State Department. We just figure out our own, but it would have been helpful for them to say Hey, You're talking to Ireland's environment minister. You might want to know these other things going on with our that would've been great. Now the Biden administration has to get up to speed on the diplomacy happening on local levels. Michele Kelemen NPR NEWS Washington This'll is NPR NEWS..

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Unpacking Israeli History

Israel Story

03:23 min | 7 months ago

Unpacking Israeli History

"Back in twenty seventeen, the New York Times published an article about Amadeo Garcia Garcia. The. Last Living Speaker of the top story. Once, spoken for centuries by thousands of members of an Amazon tribe Madeo, the sole survivor, and the last person on earth to know the language his tried which had lived uncontactable for centuries along Amazon River in Peru slowly died out due to the weapons diseases brought to them from intruders when Avodados brother passed away his last remaining relative the missionary asked Amodio how he felt. Adele responded in the broken Spanish that he had. The only way he had to communicate with outside world he said. It's now over for us. Why? Dale no longer has some to speak to and when you have no one else to speak to, you will lose your language. That's why was over for Amodio. Losing a language is like losing an identity, a culture history. I don't mean to sound over dramatic here but losing a language is really losing oneself. Looking back at the history of the Jewish people that Jews faced a very similar problem. And the reality today is that over the last one, hundred, fifty years, a modern miracle took place for almost two thousand years Hebrew the language of the Torah the Bible and so much Jewish literature you know the prayers was mostly reserved for the ritual. And now. Jews. Over the world's beekeeper, a language that was essentially dead as a spoken language. Something like this has never happened in history of language. The. Fact that the majority of Jews around the world speak Hebrew today is not something to take for granted. There are approximately fourteen point, seven, million Jews in the world and six point seven, million of them live in Israel where Hebrew is the national language. And many hundreds of thousands outside of Israel, speak language as well learning it in. Jewish. Day schools and summer camps or at home. Short. The Bible prayers and religious texts were written and read in Hebrew. Literally nobody spoke in daily life for like almost two thousand years. So How'd an almost extinct biblical language reemerge as spoken language in the span of only a few decades? Was Zionism that deserves the credit Certain. Figure named Elliot's Ben Yehuda. And what is it always obvious that Hebrew would be the national language of the Jewish state. Let's jump back in time to learn about the history of the Hebrew language details about the spoken language of Hebrew in ancient times are not perfect. Here's what we know. In the Bible the Jews otherwise as Hebrews spoken ancient Biblical version of. Biblical Hebrew was the spoken language of the Jews for over a thousand years. But one of the Romans destroyed the second Jewish Temple in seventy CE HEBREW AGAIN. To die. Out.

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"ben yehuda" Discussed on The Promised Podcast

The Promised Podcast

07:36 min | 1 year ago

"ben yehuda" Discussed on The Promised Podcast

"Or thereabouts alarmed by the Nazis and the restrictions and the repressions the apartment blocks of the dormitories. Usually there are four of them. Were in each case built to circumscribe a big grass rectangle of yard for the pleasure and relaxation of the residents. The bylaws stipulated that at least three of every four apartments had to go to physical laborers. The fourth could go to clerks or office Workers Party apparatchiks and such no one actually owned apartment in the complex but rather share in the building collective the collective ran a nursery school and had a dry goods store on the roof of each building. Were communal washing areas and the communal clothesline workers dormitories. H We're the last of the workers dormitories ever built in. The biggest are complex has six three and four storey apartment blocks circumscribing two yards covering a good portion of two city blocks near the sea. The northern border of each yard is bounded by building. That's not part of the complex but in each case the South East and West borders are formed by dormitory h buildings in the yards and on knock home street which divides the two dormitory quadrants. There are huge trees planted just after the buildings were built and now reaching sometimes a bit below and sometimes a bit just above the roof of the building. The tiny study workroom that I rent is in what used to be one of the old washing areas on the roof of my building which is one of the four story buildings and the two windows right behind my computer screen. Look out over the yard when I step out onto the roof to get some air at a pop down home for a visit or stretch my legs. I can see the roofs of all six buildings afloat in a sea of green tree. Tops like an archipelago. The roofs are covered with crushed stones. Which the dormitory steering committee decided some years ago would discourage people from going out on the roof in their bare feet and making a wild rumpus. I've had my room on the roof for six or seven years and whether it's because of the rocks or not in truth. The place is rarely used in when I'm up there. I'm almost always alone attendant setup so fat the edge of my rooftop a few years ago looking out over the sea but I never saw anyone use it but me and after its first rainy season. Our maintenance guy hired someone to lug it downstairs and throw it out much like some. Archipelagos are covered with seals and walruses. As far as I can see my rooftop Arca. Pelayo is covered with solar panels and satellite dishes and usually not much more all of which I mentioned. Because over the past two weeks of partial quarantine. The roof has come to life looking out of my window at five thirty the other night as Susan did Zoom Yoga downstairs. I saw a woman from the building next door on Ben Yehuda sitting atop the plastered concrete sloping elevated roof of the stairwell reading a book. Annotating it with a pen and I watched as a man walked up and softly kissed her on the top of the head across the way on the street there was a man doing Tai Chi on the stones to stairwells away from him on the same roof. There was a maybe twelve year old boy watching the sunset over the C ONE BUILDING DOWN. Nordahl on the corner of the complex closest to the sea. There was a woman in a black dress holding a glass of red wine. Further down. Ben. Yehuda a boy is carrying on a screaming conversation with people on their balconies across the wide noisy street on the far end of my own rooftop the other old washroom is now an aviary. With pigeons and parrots the door is thrown open and a man distribute seeds and encouragements to the birds. That was just one moment over the past few days on the roofs. I've seen as well a couple lying on a blanket kissing for a long time. I've seen two men playing the paddle Game Motte Code across a great distance every so often a ball going over the side and bouncing down three flights the Ben Yehuda below. I've seen a woman painting at an Easel. I have seen a dog ecstatically chasing a ball rolled on the rocks by boy. I've seen a barbecue. I've seen people dancing to a camera fixed. Tripod Tick Tock Ashley. I've seen a man with no shirt doing handstands on that. I've seen the woman doing yoga to an IPAD. I've seen a man praying. I have seen a two on two beach volleyball game on the rocks and I think it's not coincidence that in the time when we're not allowed to stream more than one hundred meters from our homes like allison was just saying more and more of us are spending more and more time on the roof. This strange time has shown us a lot about ourselves that we don't see normal times and I think that it's shown us that we are heliotrope. I think shown us that we are cabalists. Who are forever forlornly seeking transcendence or maybe some kind of union with God that we are warm blooded creatures and like heat rises. We do too that. We are climbers seeking higher ground. And yes of course all of that is too fancy way too fancy and poetical but then that's the kind of stuff that you think when you're up high above the trees and that brings us the end of our show. Thank you to meet Ashkenazi. Genus researcher conciliatory and scholar. Not In residence thanks. We tie them our executive producer and station manager without whom there would be none of this. Thanks who she believed my favorite band from Gabon. They give us a music of the start in the end of our show. Thank you Ohio. Thank you Natalie. Thank you Alison. We'd like to thank all of our Patriot. Supporters for your generosity that keeps the show going and the station going. We are this week is every week moved and grateful in your debt. And I'd like to thank the rest of you out there for taking the time to listen and ask you to like us on facebook and purpose align. We're GONNA answer and then go to apple podcasts. And Give us a five star review. Maybe one that begins with this if you want to get into the spirit of Passover why not listen to the promise podcast for truly it is the podcast of affliction dot finished that any way you want but before you do that. Remember that this week on April fourth we will celebrate International Carrot Day so stipulated in two thousand and three quote to spread knowledge about the carrot. And it's good attributes around the world and quote and to celebrate the many fabulous fun facts about carrots who's recorded history begins on cuneiform clay tablets from the eighth century BC and has continued ecstatically ever since as anyone who has visited the spectacular website of the World Carrot Museum Carrot Museum Dot Co dot UK will know all too well. There wonder about the long tradition of making musical instruments from carrots. They were going to learn how to make the carrots. Slide Whistle and the carrot recorder. And they're one learns about the rich role. Carrots have played in the fine arts as in. Van Gogh's series entitled Peasant Woman Digging Carrots and did anyone say medicinal use of carrots. Also did you know that both plenty the elder and Gaylon believed that carrots quote unquote procure lest I think you get the picture and see why International Carrot Day is. Maybe my favorite day of the year. I look forward to it for months and months but I know that as soon as it gets here. Just like that poof. It'll be gone not to return for a whole `nother year not so the promise. Podcast we will be back for you next week and every week reminding you that a lot of things are hard to swallow and that it's not just corralled. Lloyd's and fiber that. Make your stomach ache if you have too much of them on. 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"ben yehuda" Discussed on The Morning Toast

The Morning Toast

02:59 min | 2 years ago

"ben yehuda" Discussed on The Morning Toast

"And I'm like trying to like be like, you know, head bitching charming swinging. I've not this. I got this guys don't worry in the Mike. Joe schmo. Get I go visit they'll give yeah they're like what he's saying. This pretty fan knows good. I think with an accent, people tend to respect you more year. So you say shallow, you know, like shallow Ford, if you say with an accent, they don't respect you because he sound like a a wannabe. They sound like a big American dope. I have you had Schwab yet lofta. I have one today for lunch man, then went to Jerusalem, and I had to make a stop at Moshi. Go, my favorite, Schwab schnitzel stand and Ben got nobles gushing at Seoul in lofta than his a bunch of vegetables. And I got my would catch of fries, but the most devastating thing is before we went to Moshi go for lunch. We are planning on having kosher McDonald's as an appetizer and the one that I know of is on Ben Yehuda street, and we went, and we were like so excited taking pictures outside like ready to go. And they're under construction. Inside of me couldn't that. Wow. That is. So sad, it was truly an Israeli tragedy. Speaking of Ben being sad. I happen to watch the NBA draft is your man. Okay. First of all, the NBA draft was on at eight thirty in America. So here it was three thirty in the morning, and Ben was like, we, please go to a bar. We had just landed that down my brow now. So I'm like just wake up rollover. See what happens and then going to sleep. So Ben woke up at three thirty in the morning. He said on alarm, and I heard it. I wanted to get out of my bed in today's and he went on the terrace and he's in the terrorist face timing, with his friend Jack recording Instagram's stories making so much, damn noise that I actually woke up got up. Binge on the door told him to shut the fuck up. I went to get back into bed. He literally must've sat on the terrace for an hour doing I have literally no idea. And then we'll go up in the morning, and Yeltsin for such a pain in the ass and Instagram stories and I realized that he spent the entire night, crying on the terrorist, which is why you've seen so loud. Oh my God. It was torture. He was torturing me with the basketball, and he said that it was by false because in day we landed that night, it was the, the thing, and he wanted to drive to Jerusalem that night and pray at the Kotel. For this thing to happen because I said, no, we're going to Jerusalem Thursday, he said, now it's all my fault. Oh my God. You could that would have been so dumb. No at times, by the way like this pettiness. Also, I guess the basketball is important, but don't waste your prayers on draft picks on my God. I have so many other prayers, I need health happiness, wealth, and success for everyone. I know in love, like really Zay on now tone. I mean, you know I've seen draft. I so even after the it's drawn like anything can happen, right? And like they're not gonna get him on my but they could and that's what you should be praying for yet and had much draft a for a little bit of hope..

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"ben yehuda" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

13:26 min | 2 years ago

"ben yehuda" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"O S H B R O I D E. Again, Brody is belt. Be are. I. At Yahoo dot com. Get that pen and paper get it ready because the show is about to begin. So before we get into some of the news before we get into some of the events. And of course, I would love to tell you something about this Torah portion, and I gotta tell you something about this incredible program called the Chabad project the Shabbat project, which is now reaching fourteen hundred cities around the world tell you a little bit about that as well. Can't wait to tell you about what's going to happen in the next few hours as well. When we get ready to go to the Kotel, we're going to the western wall because that's the best way. And really I would say one of the only ways to bring in Chabad if you're going to be true, slim, but I want to start by telling you a little bit about this incredible trip that we are on right now with the Jewish Federation of south Palm Beach county, all the federations around the world, really. I guess North America are represented here. We were in Tel Aviv as I said at the top of the hour. We began in Tel Aviv. And we just ended now. In Jerusalem, the official convention ended in the middle of the week. But we carried on with a very special post mission that we're now doing with some of the community leaders in Boca. And just like, you know, I mean, I wasn't there. I missed the first half of the first day was unable to get here for Sunday program where we met with our partner city, and you should know that each one of your major cities in south Florida has a partner city in Israel. It's a two way relationship we try and help and support their projects they come. And they try and help us in terms of what does it mean? What does it mean to have a strong Israel wasn't meet to have a partnership with Israeli community? How do you get to know one another, and there are certain things that we can help Israel with? And there's a lot of things that Israel can help us with. So they went, and they visited our partner city, which is called zero Yaakov went to did some of the what you call site visits to some of the great places that we. Support like at Israel c say, what's legged Israel. What's the largest food Bank in Israel, which sources collects and redistributes fresh perishable quality food, which would otherwise be considered waste and in order to help feed Israel's impoverished families, although Israel's doing really well GDP is higher than it's ever been. But there are a lot of people that are poor. What do you do? Well, you have many big events. You have many different. I know restaurants, if all these other forms and things like that. Which would ordinarily would have a lot of food going to waste. Well, this is Israel's largest food Bank. And the best part is when you heard stories about things like like Israel is to find out how they started. And the best part is is that you find out that they started by people just like you and me, you know, I guess the only difference between them, and you and me is that they actually did something about it. They saw there was a need. Just like this organization called bait. Easy. Shapiro is e Shapiro is is Israel's leading organiser. In the development and provision of high quality innovation. They're innovative therapies and services for children with disabilities that plays a leading role in promoting the inclusion of people with special needs in society. Speaking of people with disabilities and people that have, you know, different different physical challenges. I'm so happy to let you know that just last night for me that was Thursday night. I had a chance to see both of my daughters. Both of you guys will who's now going to be drafted into the army. We have the date December twenty third cannot, wait. So incredibly proud of all that she's done and Yala whose her older sister. Our oldest daughter who is now working in a program called Cher. Cher Leumi is national service. If women decide that the army's not for them, they still have to serve and how do they do that? They do that through national service. You can apply for many different programs. See where they need you most. And then you get placed in a certain program. She happens to be. Working here in Jerusalem as a lone nut soldier, but she's certainly on the front lines alone. You know, the girl that's that's involved in national service away from home. But doing the best that she can to make a difference and impact so many lives. What's the program? She's doing it's called dark. Dr kaneohe. Which is in an area of Jerusalem known as are known right near the embassy. The new truce lament Bassy, which we just got a chance to visit this morning tell you a little bit about that just a few minutes. But she goes she's there twenty four seven and last night just happened to be when I was in Israel. Now was her Hebrew birthday fell out on the trip that will on right now. And it just happened to be in Jerusalem the way the schedule worked out and she's twenty years old. Remember Hebrew birthday. That's your real birthday problem is most of our listeners. Don't know their Hebrew birthday. She's gonna find it very easy. Just go online today. Go on Google say Hebrew birthday, and you'll get a two three websites will pop up a bad thing. I think there's a website called Heeb Cal HEB AL. You're just gonna put in the day. You were born just you have to know for was in during the day or at night, and it will tell you your Hebrew birthday. Of course, it's going to change on the secular calendar from year to year. But you gotta know your Hebrew birthday, essentially, that's your birthday. That's your real birthday. Just like when it comes to a site the anniversary of someone's passing. We don't do it based on the secular day when someone passed or the burial. We do it. Based on the Hebrew date, very easy to find these days used to be you had to go find the rabbi track down send the molding formation today. You can literally do it on Google. You have a question as far as they might be a complication or you're not sure about something. Then you check with your rabbi. But you can always check with your rabbi. But if you can't afford every reason just go on Google. So we said can we meet gala gala just happens to be in from her pre army training programs. She also just happens to be here with a friend of hers say get together. Can we see each other? Do you have some time? And I was so happy because what did she say? She said, of course, love to see you. The only thing is is that all the girls in the program that I'm on right now are sponsoring or putting together a surprise birthday party for me these girls that have the special needs. And she said they're actually going to be putting together a scavenger hunt. I don't even know where we're meeting. I'm not even really sure what time to meet everyone. They told me to go to Ben Yehuda street. They're going to be splitting into three different groups. There's only about fifteen girls and each one that will hold the sign you find the small group of girls four five girls. They're going to give you the clue you look at the sign, and what does it say meet us? Okay. Meet us doesn't really tell us where to go. But okay, she's got one clue and those girls file over till they find the second group. And then the second thing will say, you know, at the okay, meet us at the where we go. Now, she's got ten girls with her. They're walking all over Ben Yehuda street to try and find the other girls some of who are wheelchairs or crutches. Whatever the complications are they're they're they're all having a good time. And finally, they get to the end where you see the third group and it says ice cream store. So now you have to go to the ice cream store. And sure enough, they're all they're all. The Magyari Recode all the girls that are in the leadership capacity of helping these other girls that are eighteen to twenty seven years old. And it is the only post high school seminary that's designated for those girls that do not live in Israel grills that live in America or the United Kingdom. We're a stray William, and they want to go and experience what it's like to be in Israel for gap year program for two years, some of them as many as seven years, why can't they have equal opportunities to study at their own level? Why can't they have the opportunities to tour the country just like their American friends might do? Well, this is the program's called dark Canaan. It's at mid Russia. Linden bound Bravo. And I'm so proud of ya'll who's doing this work. It's really really special got to take a picture with them. And got to see firsthand the girls, meet the women that she's working with what a great program that was just because we mentioned betas e Shapiro another place that they went to go. Visit you got got to go and see the Jewish joint distribution committee. The J D C very very famous Jewish organization to learn more about the immigration and refugee problems and population. That's in Israel today. Here, you know, about the challenges. That's exactly what they did heard about the south of Tel Aviv where they're having a number of people that are seeking asylum. Not a simple situation. But you gotta know the issues there's another program called J D C the program at a pet tactic for your Sheva Nelson's aims to broaden. The population of Haredi men. That's the ultra orthodox Jewish community of men who are prepared qualified for obtaining employment at earning a living wage Fano reach. His young yeshiva students. Again, the Haredi men and trains them for employment. We're back in the day. They might not have been an ability or program that helped them find that level of employment. You know, these Sheva system is great. But might not be for everyone. So what about those men they can't make it in the traditional system that they live in? So here we are not giving them an opportunity. Let's figure out what the best opportunities are. Of course, the food is always great wherever you go between all these different sessions. It's always nice to be in Israel. I love Israel. I love is rarely food. I love the fact that you can get more vegan food anywhere in Tel Aviv than probably anywhere in the rest of the in the rest of the world. They're just at the top of the game. When it comes to so many great things, but another place, they visited, and this was something I didn't get to do with them. But I had a chance. To be part of it. When I went to the Hartman program this past summer, you know, what they're working with an organization called, Tim. I'm sorry at-at that you Tim eight-odd which is actually one of my children's names, and they learned Krav Maga, which is the Israeli martial arts from certified instructors say what's the big deal? America. You have martial arts. You have certified instructors. No. But this eight ton program, which I know we spoke about in the summer is certified instructors with autism. And you got to meet the founder of this JDBC program. A veteran of an elite unit in the IDS who was wounded in service created the program as part of his own rehabilitation process. That is incredible. Every reason to give up every reason to stop achieving in life. He's been hurt. He's been injured needed rehab. And he says, you know, what we're just gonna use this. As a tool to help train other people that have their own disabilities in this case autism to become certified instructors to help other people. Learn a skill only in Israel only here. That's where the magic happens. So that was a day of going to see some of the things that our community supports all of those programs are supported by our community in some way or another. And then we had a chance to become part of what we call the GE. Let's go registered check in get your stuff. Ready? We stayed in a wonderful part of Tel Aviv in the north northern end at a really great hotel. And then the general assembly the general assembly of the Jewish federations of North America's began. Of course, there is a so many different things that we we had a chance to do. Besides hearing from some of the great leaders in Israel, including BB Netanyahu, lose you hers. News. Now, the I guess at one point was part of the opposition party. Now has been appointed to the takeover for the Jewish Agency. He took over just replace Taransky. So many great speakers some of the winners of the Israel prize with their we'll talk more about them on another show. But there were so many different things that reflected the theme of the of the weekend or of the week was let's talk because we know right now, whether it's an Israel, whether it's the relationship between Israel and the American Jewish community or whether it's just the American community everyone right now feels more of a divide than ever before. Everyone feels that there's such a rift between political parties religious affiliations, and that's not good. So what can we do? Why don't we just start talking? That's not new to this show is not a show that goes by that we've ever recorded where we didn't want to talk more about the success of the Jewish unity programs that we run. Here in Boca Raton, and Delray, south Palm Beach, and we just wanna tell the world, and we'd like to say it all the time. Don't make any excuses. It's happening here in south Florida. I love the fact that they use this as a theme of let's talk. But I wish they would have showcased all of the successful programs that we're actually doing here because a lot of people like to make excuses, and they'll say why even bother it's not going to work. How could we bridge the divide that is so big? But the answer is we're not asking you to bridge divided. So big sometimes it begins with baby steps that actually brings me to the first thing I want to talk about I mean, what an honor it was to hear from people like BB Netanyahu of the great leaders in Israel. But I wanna talk to you about this past week Torah portion, and this is really a message which has to do with a lot with what I just spoke about, but even more..

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"ben yehuda" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

02:41 min | 3 years ago

"ben yehuda" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"To me i could care less restarted it but now out into this mix now we have the iranians who they're vowing some sort of retaliation and we'll talk tonight about whether i believe they'll really carry something out in the immediate future and what they can do so but added into that mix what we have tomorrow and the next day and i can tell you what going to be very very taxing for the israeli security forces on the one hand it's a huge celebration thank god it's amusing trump is moving the embassy to jerusalem on the other the israelis is shin bet police all obviously need to contend with tomorrow need to contend with the possibility i you have that deposed indians as per usual who never miss an opportunity to miss an opportunity who have been offered druce salaam time and time again for years now literally the international community begging palestinians israel begging the palestinians the united states begging the palestinian please take a state you want which i don't think the united states or israel should be doing given who the palestinians are open we want to destroy israel but okay you have the palestinians being offered a in jerusalem for like a decade in fact turning down every single time so now they're claiming oh they're upset that trump is moving the embassy to the city that they could have had a capital inside for a long long long time they kind of missed it and in fact earlier today israel voted to secure the eastern sections of jerusalem again very good stuff but the palestinians unfortunately have now i you know a motivation to hijack tomorrow and to try to carry out attacks then you have the iranians who are probably gonna fuel the palestinian terror groups to use tomorrow's embassy move as an excuse now added into all of this is that hamas openly said in the last few days they're planning on tuesday which is there little unoccupied day which is the catastrophe of israel's founding the knock by day tuesday is supposed to be the biggest esscalation on the israel gaza border anyway as i continue to broadcast right now from ben yehuda street in tel aviv injurewd sulum sorry very central part for those of you who know where i am i am taking your calls next sue call up right now any topic fair game but i wanna talk about.

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"ben yehuda" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

02:56 min | 3 years ago

"ben yehuda" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"A house across the bond president obama would some the us ambassador and stage a major diplomatic here the united states is building a house basically for self across the green line in what it regards as now israeli it's also the case in the anticipation of recognition of jerusalem and then inspection of the moving the embassy many people have been arguing that this isolate the united says diplomatically and lead to a massive blow back of anger and unrest in the arab world those those predictions have been entirely falsify trump recognize jerusalem as well as capital you could hear crickets in the arab street these days you know the arab world is basically ignoring this issue because they have more important priorities there's another major issue for them iran is a major issue and on the iranian issue you can read the statements israeli ambassador to the us about comes withdraw from there on deal and the statements of the saudi embassador and you wouldn't know which is which the arab world is in basically walk step with israel and america on this issue and you know just yesterday the foreign minister of bahrain an arab country with no diplomatic relations as well defended israel's israel in particular israel's white to defend itself against iranian and syrian aggression when israel retaliated against the iranian attacks on its territory that's absolutely unprecedented instead of this call diplomats to go to classes for as well he's on america find it felt find them find themselves are really after vanguard of of the region and far from isolating trump's action inspired other countries and several countries latin american countries and even european countries have announced their intention to move their embassies to jerusalem to so this is a real global leadership professor eugene concer ovitz head of international law department at hewlett policy a form and critically here an advisor to the trump administration when it came to moving the embassy which now has succeeded not just to jerusalem but we're talking about these specific locations and its policy implications are professor concert which thank you formal informal informal advisor informal adviser thank you very much for being here on erin client absolutely i am going to be taking more phone calls next so continue to call up and thank you for everybody holding on the line for number here as i broadcast from jerusalem from ben yehuda street in jerusalem eight seven seven nine seven zero two nine nine nine i.

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"ben yehuda" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

02:06 min | 3 years ago

"ben yehuda" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"Nation and get you live under a hospital care about civilian show that breaks the news and makes the news the interview that we just did on this program forty five minutes ago is nailed linked at raj and making news around the world now live from tel aviv israel a reporter does the job the rest of the media refused to do it's aaron klein investigative radio with journalist and bestselling author aaron klein i am broadcasting right now live from the center of the world actually from jerusalem where in just a few hours the united states here in israel is going to officially open its embassy in jerusalem and this has many major ramifications for israel for the middle east and of course for the rest of the world now i happen to be right now in ben yehuda street in fact right smack in the middle of the main part of ben yehuda for those of you who know that's one of the busiest parts of jerusalem kind of this center of a lot of what is what happens in israel in fact actually today it was the main part and that's why i'm here of jerusalem day celebrations which ended here in israel just a few hours ago celebrating the reunification of this city and actually specifically what that means and a lot of people don't know so i wanna have a conversation about that now i live in israel very late here tonight and i'm going to be taking your calls throughout for the last few weeks happens to be i wasn't able to take a phone calls just because of the way i was broadcasting tonight i'm back able to take phone calls and i'm taking calls throughout today's action packed aaron klein investigative radio edition live from jerusalem so you want to start calling up right now eight seven seven nine seven zero two nine nine nine collaborate now taking your calls in a few minutes eight seven seven nine seven zero two nine nine.

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"ben yehuda" Discussed on FP's The Editor's Roundtable (The E.R.)

FP's The Editor's Roundtable (The E.R.)

01:59 min | 3 years ago

"ben yehuda" Discussed on FP's The Editor's Roundtable (The E.R.)

"Everyone i spoke to new they were lucky to be there and really appreciated the work that they were given the opportunity to do and took it very seriously they just didn't happen to think that they should need to be groped in the course of doing that work welcome to foreign policy i am sarah wild men fp print editor and you're listening to the er joining me in our washington studio today is emily tamken our fp embassies reporter and also joining us his jenna ben yehuda founder of the women's foreign policy network and a national security professional who spent twelve years at the state department jenas last assignment was as the senior military adviser to the bureau of western hemisphere affairs in her long period state jenna also felt programming for secretary of state hillary clinton and intelligence briefings for secretary of state compel thanks for joining me both of you thank you as you both know well since october of last year women in this country and around the world have been taking stock and making noise speaking out about sexual harassment and assault often cheering stories that had gone on long untold beginning with harvey weinstein harassment and abuse scandals wave after wave of narratives have taken on and taken down men in every industry from hollywood congress newsrooms to silicon valley on march fifth foreign policy published a piece written by emily gin an afp reporter robbie kramer detailing a persistent and insidious culture of secrecy and denial within the state department regarding claims of sexual harassment and abuse emily in robbie talked to current and former state department officials who an now i'm quoting quote describe a culture in which patriotism and pursuit of the diplomatic mission meant ignoring or downplaying complaints of harassment the officials describe a workplace in which rank and reputation were privileged over the wellbeing of state department employees their story recount sexual harassment assault bullying and even rape inside an institution which has been lakes so so many others long dominated by men this because actually been a week of news of the state department on the same subject a march 1st ambassador leslie bassett.

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"ben yehuda" Discussed on The Fighter And The Kid

The Fighter And The Kid

01:46 min | 3 years ago

"ben yehuda" Discussed on The Fighter And The Kid

"He my mind we're here well here's here's out because dopey don't cheapen the ship broking not cheap and that is humor lock to prison thrilled on on on the warden i learned is keep it down in their lights out i think he starts to cry who who uh this will be on the ice i didn't do at home welcoming ry first of all and nobody going to touch of in this bitch sweetie and nobody should be talked alleged tough now the snap you just the skin if i am daddy knows hope for all hands daddy knows how to throw his hands in daddy i'll take it to the ground and i'm going to teach you a couple thanks i am going to teach you would have fuel load arrives why parents calendar i'm gonna come down there might get off my bumped on our get down there in the senate an eminent make sure you make sure that nobody gets nobody breaks in it and if somebody does break him so i want to be here next to you so i can fend them off what will have to deal in exchange for your security over first with little it's not the biggest ben yehuda and face the wall here here shh other union such as nathan china's only five five get the fuck i that's not true i don't believe that he six foot nathan chance five five thirty does look through ice skater right i thought he was six foot too you know you did it sorry sorry i had to ruin sorry everybody either ruin that movie why i got distracted we're having why was about to have sex with my boyfriend but nathan chen's only five five two third ice skater oh i didn't know that i'd lengthy he will not look really tall though.

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"ben yehuda" Discussed on 1170 The Answer

1170 The Answer

02:20 min | 3 years ago

"ben yehuda" Discussed on 1170 The Answer

"Of the michael medved show five middle eastern roars tried to provide me with essential background and essential clarity on the whole history of the conflict in the middle east when you go back to the beginnings of that conflict those beginnings involve the period even before israel declared its independence a period when england the great britain was still in charge of the palestine mandate the english were eager to go home they were tired of the conflict they were tired of the responsibility world war two was over there were literally hundreds of thousands of jewish people who were survivors of the holocaust who are eager to get into the middle east the english had a policy not to allow the man because that would have upset the arabs even more meanwhile the united nations votes to divide the land between a future jewish state with a jewish majority and a future palestinian state with a heavy palestinian arabmajority that is accepted by the jewish residents of the area it is violently rejected by the palestinian residents how violently while on february twenty second nineteen 48 just three months after the un votes for partition to divide the territory there is a truly horrifying bombing involving three british military vehicles that were stolen from the british authorities they were driven into the heart of downtown jerusalem ben yehuda street one of the same streets that you may have heard about concerning recent terrorist incidents and a homicide bombers in israel those three vehicles were exploded in the middle of the night fifty two jews were killed most of them of course asleep at the time of that explosion three weeks after that there is an even more serious more terrifying attack what past four of the provisional government the provisional general council was meeting at the jewish agency building in jerusalem and all of a sudden a car drives up on march 11th and it was a car that was wellknown to the people there was a car that belonged to the united states consulgeneral in jerusalem and cars flying the old glory the.

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"ben yehuda" Discussed on KHNR 690AM

KHNR 690AM

02:18 min | 3 years ago

"ben yehuda" Discussed on KHNR 690AM

"This is a very special edition of the michael medved show five lidl stores trying to bribe central background and essential clarity on the whole history of the conflict in the middle east when you go back to the beginnings of that conflict those beginnings involve the period even before israel declared its independence a period when england great britain was still in charge of the palestine mandate the english were eager to go home they were tired of the conflict they were tired of the responsibility world war two was over there were literally hundreds of thousands of jewish people who were survivors of the holocaust who are eager to get into the middle east the english had a policy not to allow the man because that would have upset the arabs e even more meanwhile the united nations votes to divide the land between a future jewish state with a jewish majority and a future palestinian state with a heavy palestinian arabmajority that is accepted by the jewish residents of the area it is violently rejected by the palestinian residents how violently while in february twenty second nineteen 48 just three months after the un votes for partition to divide the territory there is a truly horrifying bombing involving three british military vehicles that were stolen from the british authorities they were driven into the heart of downtown jerusalem ben yehuda street one of the same streets that you may have heard about concerning recent terrorist incidents and uh hamas side bombers in israel those three vehicles were exploded in the middle of the night 52 jews were killed most of them of course asleep at the time of that explosion three weeks after that there is an even more serious more terrifying attack what past four the provisional government the provisional general council was meeting at the jewish agency building in jerusalem and all of a sudden a car drives up on march 11th and it was a car that was wellknown to the people there was a car that belonged to the.

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"ben yehuda" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:09 min | 3 years ago

"ben yehuda" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Fourday wbz accuweather forecast with accu weather i'm meteorologist brian thompson some sunshine will get what a clouds today with a high of forty five this afternoon tonight mostly cloudy sky low thirty four tomorrow habitable zone clouds and sunshine a high of forty six a good deal of sun monday but to temperatures still only near average for the severe with a high monday around forty four we will see temperatures jump up a bit on tuesday ahead of an approaching cold front also see clouds increase will turn out rather cloudy i'll have some rain around her the afternoon and night but tuesday sign up to fifty three i'm accuweather meteorologist brian thompson wbz newsradio 1030 mostly clear very chilly 34 in boston wbz news time 605 women in a diplomatic and national security arenas are now calling for much tougher action on sexual harassment women of diplomacy and sexual harassment weren't me defending the woman who tech the hour it's time i'm steve kathan cbs news from harvey weinstein dement lau our those stories or similar powerful men taking advantage of less powerful women but women with highpowered jobs are speaking out two that's having been directly affected will know somebody who has a matter whisper network it's become a roar geno ben yehuda former intelligence analyst and state department officials says more than two hundred women and her line of work have signed a letter urging action on policies they see as weak and under enforce tired of this is the national mallon all of these women shouldn't have to put on armor to be with their coworkers take the case of gina abercrombie winn stanley i didn't tell people at work because it was just one of those things that you had to deal with she was the us ambassador to malta prior to that in the 1990s she had an encounter with a congressman who tried to yes sir i'm of a generation where my mother raised me to understand this was part of the cost of being in a male dominated profession ben yehuda says she and other women have been in diplomatic meetings with men who openly demean women so to all of us when we say we hear you and we.

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"ben yehuda" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:34 min | 3 years ago

"ben yehuda" Discussed on KOMO

"Okay first lied we will get to the forecast a couple of minutes but first it is thirteen past the hour on friday the 13th who 1914 organized labor got the right to strike and picket on the clayton act was passed in 1949 bail fell m thing there must bear felt perfect bear barema fairway and paying a pin advocaat we're all ego out sale why cookware wrong widow white picker billy graham the most influential preacher of the 20th century began his ministry in 1949 in about a year he will be one hundred you know his music director cliff barros live to be one hundred and four george beverley shea lived to be ninety four in eighteen eighty one the first known conversation in modern hebrew between eliezer our ben yehuda and friends in 1973 oh oviedo who baby release quadrophenia the group's second rock opera and the only who album to be entirely composed by pete townsend 1950 of football with a rubber covering was used for the very first time georgia tech used their goal to defeat louisiana state 25 to seven in nineteen eighty nine president george h w bush called for the overthrow of panamanian strongman manuel noriega and the number one song was by janet jackson.

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"ben yehuda" Discussed on WGTK

WGTK

02:08 min | 4 years ago

"ben yehuda" Discussed on WGTK

"Liberal they say uh people don't want who jobs here we go all right what are hawaii to core apparently talk in the illegal ninety seven percent of them or work on what we call the great leap for create firmer corp and for may i would have been central ohio and these people were painters i come around the knock on your door are you golkar pre down to saying that people don't want their jobs is this quite out walk ninety seven servings job or good jobs well paying jobs jeff is you as you probably know when i was growing up my father klee lien told his for a living somehow some way this man born and raised in america took dead job a job that people now say 'americans won't do because illegal aliens we'll do it instead how is it that my dad ended up doing that job in a second fulltime job also cleaning toilets with another brick company if in fact americans won't kind of work yes it also what lives immigration the liberal kyle assurance equal sort emigrating over here they start tolerable white protrade them and if they don't vote democrat ben yehuda white people go back out and so people i'm talking waco immigrants now right i i liked the i like the way you put it weaponized they they they stick decreed the mindset that makes them become democrats eric trump says i want somebody to start fighting for my dad he would get on the bandwagon of what if a stock market there's one hundred points off of in a record twenty two twenty two thousand already a record of broken sure either cities broken thirty records the last you know three or four months i mean it's just skyrocketing you look at whale prices at how good that is right for the sea looking infrastructure all the pipelines and and things that are going on you look at the military when he's doing you look at the va and what he's doing and then tax reform which he obviously wants to get done which would be incredible for this country you look at consumer confidence you look at you know building in in in america i mean so many incredible things that are being done and all they want to focus on is is is russia and the scandal and i guarantee if you watch.

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"ben yehuda" Discussed on WTMA

WTMA

02:08 min | 4 years ago

"ben yehuda" Discussed on WTMA

"The box to face kayla varga another inning of worked for him as it takes when upstairs for ball one is the celtics in that would happen at augusta who boots helped the only a the only game cancelled this year due to a power outage it was the one ellen that into the the fruits plates the eight by hold on there get a new stadium annex right yeah so yeah i dunno vesco help the power outage and here's the one one t h the route on our backs him off the plates now do vases heather spend what only cancellations the league this year check it has been a handful they like ten twelve river rocks the the only one cancelled the inclement weather that you on that one wind up the bill for abassid rueda's on with a leadoff single but speaking of powder up power outages though our opener had a little bit of aaa we didn't get the lights on are not very many much power here at the stadium on the home opener if your member yes why total freedom of navigation derive power and sold off four lawn i believe chris hassell seven the baht's bond the lee off single from ben yehuda i was wild boar was that all about we had like so they had store gathering what am i right the day before now while the garage pollnow wait we made it someone made of you calls are our president gm made if you calls end up we became top priority in the city it's are also that night and opening night yet a better been of they better been diverting the of power from the mayor's office the get the lights go nausea rally park check becker who gouda slides and safely i desire a bunch of people the mirror tackler probably would have happily give it up the power in his office that they get us underway smoothly going on a pitch has pops this went up on the infield rudas gonna have to hustle to get back coming in an old drop it will drop in the in front of belcher he'll go to second to get rueda who retreated back to.

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"ben yehuda" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

01:32 min | 4 years ago

"ben yehuda" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Significance what places come to mind and inevitably they talk about the church of the holy sepulcher maybe the garden tomb the garden support just for everybody knows all different religions listening why is that church so important which one the church always this it's believed to be the burial place of wrote threat what other holy site near the garden to which that's already the protestants with a believe where where he is buried and then you have the temple mount the western wall the mount of olives the city of the mouth of olives what's at the mouth of all of our olives is one of the most significant jewish cemeteries in the world where people have been buried for the last two and a half thousand years well over one hundred twenty thousand graves in one single location and its believed to be the spots where in the end of days where according to all the monotheistic faiths were a lot of uh significant events will happen in the future some famous people buried in a number of them do we know any we have if you wanna come begging mounted megan is very there you have elliot's our ben yehuda who is the person who is given credit for re establishing hebrew as a modernday spoken language uh something that is easier said than done so to speak and you have people literally going back thousands of years who were buried there the significance.

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