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Russia official on Almaty airport and CSTO mission
"A a Russian Russian defense defense ministry ministry spokesman spokesman says says all all multi multi at at pulled pulled stormed stormed and and seized seized by by protesters protesters earlier earlier this this week week is is back back under under the the control control of of costs costs like like law law enforcement enforcement I'm I'm troops troops of of the the collective collective security security treaty treaty organization organization or or C. C. S. S. T. T. O. O. but but this this is is a a different different employee employee have have a a collective collective that that is is opposed opposed to to the the government government the the spokesman spokesman makes makes the the announcement announcement will will is is providing providing details details of of the the military military alliance's alliance's mission mission in in the the central central Asian Asian Republic Republic where where anti anti government government protests protests have have turned turned violent violent because because acting acting president president Cassim Cassim Juma Juma to to class class whose whose cooled cooled on on the the C. C. S. S. Teo Teo which which is is dominated dominated by by Russia Russia for for help help and and the the mission mission is is its its first first military military action action meanwhile meanwhile Chinese Chinese president president xi xi Jinping Jinping has has sent sent a a message message to to to to cut cut expressing expressing his his support support over over the the kind kind of of strong strong response response to to the the recent recent unrest unrest I'm I'm Charles Charles de de Ledesma Ledesma
"cassim" Discussed on Active Church Podcast
"How peter went. That's how he died for his faith. What's what's going on here with them. How were they able to handle these immense pressures. It was all about their perspective as they were dealing with these things. What was that perspective. That same chapter that. We just read in second. Corinthians paul goes on to say this. Let's see what this perspective is. He says so. We do not lose heart though our outer self is wasting away. This body of ours is literally being destroyed. Our inner self is being renewed day by day for this light momentary affliction references that this is life of you could argue agony this life of pain of what he's going through this persecution that he's under of spreading the gospel the good news of jesus he calls all of that turmoil. Lights momentary affliction. How is he is not like stating what. This actually isn't check it out. It's this perspective. This light momentary affliction is preparing for us an eternal weight of glory beyond all comparison as we look not to the things that are seen not to the situation. That's going on right now to us but instead we look to the things that are unseen for the things that are seen are transient. But the things that are unseen are eternal. What paul and the other disciples they knew is this. Is that this life. And the things that we experience. And i'm not trying to minimize the pain or the pressure that you're experiencing you're under our hope. Don't take it as that i- knowledge. I empathize with that. I empathize with the pressure but but what the apostles went through and what we see from scripture is that they would say even the the most immense amount of pain and pressure that they felt it was but something white to them. Why because they know this world is imperil swirled is going to pass away and there is a life beyond this life in light of the life to come. This thing that we're dealing with cassim small here. Here's the question. What are you measuring life with. What are you measuring your problems with a ruler. Adrias my nine year olds. Pink wheeler is..
"cassim" Discussed on WDUN AM550
"What I thought. I think Cassim is doing a good job. Initially, he's done several interviews where he has addressed the corruption claims. He has said he was asleep on the job on that and that the first thing he's going to do if he's reelected is get to the bottom of that. So he's saying the right things. And that picture of him standing in the middle of the expressway when the Michael Brown protests were going on, basically saying to the crowd, if you get in the street were going to arrest you so back up. You know that picture. You know what's the old saying? A picture is worth 1000 words. And that is a very powerful picture for the people of Atlanta. Yeah, I hope he does. I like the other, The more the police some more than her name. Felicia Moore's You're supposed to be tough on crime. And you know if you went for these little hipster millennials in midtown, that no one vote for Republican and then there's you remember Mayor races are won by 600 votes. It's not a lot. Yes, very close to or Giuliani finding out a lead to New York City after years of Dinkins all these all these corrupt and inefficient and crime, some point, even even even the millennials will snowflakes get tired of it right. If you get their little Prius broken into a couple times, and then they may vote for law and order, Mayor Yeah, I tell you, Mary Norwood only lost by a very small amount, and you know, she would have been much tougher on crime. Then then Keisha bottoms was and you know, I just it's It's disappointing to me as someone who grew up in Atlanta. I know you lived in Atlanta and still have a play, you know, still live there part time and it's It's sad. It's very sad because Atlanta is a great city, and it needs to be a great city again. A lot of people moving out on my friends to move the suburbs while people had it right with the taxes. 6% Income Tax Florida zero, Tennessee zero I'm not really sure what we get for 6% of our paycheck and pay to the Gold dome in Florida sitting there zero and run above US Tennis Season zero. So you know even the Republicans, the rhinos who control the house. They need to really evaluate themselves and how efficient they really are. With all the money, they get coming in there, because it's not a great business model. It's expensive. The roads aren't grade schools aren't great. There's a lot of things that could be improved. In Atlanta and certainly in Georgia, and they Republicans need to be Republican. They need equipment is, you know kind of weak spined rhinos that they get so nervous about every little thing step up and do some things. Ron Heart. You can go to Ronald. Heart calm and see his columns. But also there in a number of publications around the country. Thanks, Ron for being with us today. Thanks, Martha. Thank you. We're going to take a break right now. When we come back, lots more to come right here on the Martha Zoller show. We'll talk more about the voting rights bill that was not voted down yesterday. It's going back for Um, it didn't get through closure. Now. Today, Senator Assef and Senator Warnock are going to introduce an amendment to that. We'll talk about that next and see what it means for you. Sure. You know you can give us a call at 77535 to.
"cassim" Discussed on TAKE THE PLUNGE with Pavin Orpiana
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"cassim" Discussed on Serienweise - Der Serien Podcast
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"cassim" Discussed on Reel Chronicles
"I actually have this a lot higher than a lot of people. And i just think it's going to pick up steam because of the election results and i have the five bloods. I think it's going to come up. Because of delroy lindo he's going to get a nomination for best for lead actor so i think it's going to be one of those situations where people are going to start seeing it again and you're going to remember how great it was and i think chadwick being i think going to be a double the youngest cassim gideon so the fact that if delroy gets in if chadwick gets in then i think that's gonna start to train for the movie to get maybe screenplay may be a director nomination out of nowhere like something like those lines were lands in picture. So that's why i have that. Their necks up marines black bottom. Which i got a chance to see a few weeks ago and Believe the hype fellows. Chadwick is incredible. Like i think it it's if he knew this was his last performance. That's how good he is. Probably from what i've been reading and like you said he left it all out on the table. I feel like he knew he didn't have long. This might be his last movie yet. It it when you guys see. And i think it's either next week or if you guys always it's it's so great Next up i have minority minority starting to lose some steam. I thought it was going to make it to the end but minority and ten so far soul. I think it could get in. Because i'm hearing a lot of positive things said elliot you side so i don't know if you can touch on whether you think it has a possibility here one hundred percent. I definitely do. It is really. It's a great inspirational film. Especially during his time. I think is gonna really get a lot of buzz with the coming out on christmas. As well so The voice performances a great. The message behind the film is incredible in the. It's one of my favorite pixar scores as well. So it's it's going to be a big one awesome and then the last two for me..
"cassim" Discussed on AM 570 The Mission
"It is easy to say There are a lot of problems, but I think it's also very important to say that there are people willing to concentrate and work on them and to come to agreement. If it's at all possible, I think simply If nothing else of the president's ability to get a Teesta at this point to Muslim nations in the Middle East to come to the peace table with Israel. And to be able to sign those historic accords. The Abraham accords there could be mortar that is done across the globe, but you have to have people of goodwill that are willing to come to the table and do just that. And we're in the midst of hearing about a story that involves two people that shouldn't get along. Ah Holocaust survivor by the name of Irving on and a radicalized anti Semite when he was a teenager. Cassim Hafeez, who grew up in Muslim heritage in the UK, but he's speaking with us now and Cosima. I want to go to the point We kind of ended in the last segment where you're a teenager. You took that step of kind of deeper commitment to your faith and a TTE Some point in time you run across a copy of a book by Harvard Law chair emeritus, Alan Dershowitz. Titled Simply the Case for Israel, and I just spoke with Professor Dershowitz not long ago. I know that this book has now been translated into. I think it's a least six languages, but it is a powerful Of a testament to his belief that Israel has the right to exist in some of the core paintings of that belief, But I'm curious how that book and your experience was impacted when you came across it. Official. So I read the case for Israel when I was at my most rather call an extreme on DH by that. I mean, I am I've made it to see him that I want to go. I want to speak out and go to a terrorist training camp. Then essentially, you know, commit an act of terror, I guess. Hey, that's my wah mentally. So I see this book on me. I was firmly of the belief that you know, I'm a student at this point. So you know, I believe that Israel is the worst place on Earth, the juicer responsible for the evil in the world. It's rather worse than the Nazis. Unlikely that I'm a student, So I believe I know everything. And was some of this reinforced in your public education. Or was it just your look? You know you're the community and kind of the environment that you were in that was reinforcing this. You know, I would say without a doubt, while abilities extreme messages throughout, going up going to college, and I went to, you know, a regular British college was radicalized in period of my life. Daily messages You're receiving, Um, campus back to this things. That professor's saying, I mean, it just validates what you already believe. And it's almost amplifies it when you come from America is not the only place that has to worry about a university, inculcating their kids into things that the parents may not hold, too. No, not a toll. I mean, I have. It's terrifying for me because I speak on campus isn't part of my job on it. For a place where it's meant to be about freedom of ideas and hearing different opinion. Some other things I see in witness on just I mean, Terrified that not away T describe it. Sure. Back to the big Yes, I'm reading this book. I pick it up because I'm like these were alive. I'm gonna just piffle Give me even more called They hate the Jews in Israel, You know, I mean, read about their lives, and I read it and it A gift. It challenges what I believe because I surround myself in this echo Chamber of business. What I believe this is a lot now listen to their lead on Dershowitz blaze out these arguments. He provides sources in historical context. All these things I read it, I'm like, OK, these are lies. Let me just proved them wrong. So God, I read a number of future written as the counter argument case for Israel on interestingly they they rely heavily on a motive. Kind of messaging rather than These are the facts and hair of the sources to prove it right. Kind of unsatisfying, But okay, fine. I'll get the bottom of this on a 72 years went by, and I'm trying to research and I'm going deeper and deeper. Trying to validate my previous ideas because I couldn't accept that I was wrong. And that that would lead me to go to Israel in the hope of seeing this awful Israel that I can't prove wrong Now that is evil, like I believe, because other things they're saying Different things, So I'm going to go see this also placed myself on DH. The reality hit pretty hard as it does, I think for everybody that goes to Israel for the first time. I remember as an evangelical growing up having a very high opinion of Israel, and it.
"cassim" Discussed on Poisonous Minds
"But when he couldn't Wyman suggested that they just use machete and metal baseball bats. That's fucked up. Salah agreed he would only be the driver. And ymer continued to keep in contact with sleepy John By texting since. He was still grounded all. Cuisine testified in court on September tenth two thousand eleven a day prior to the gruesome murders, he was at y Mas residents with my Mo- Salat and some friends. Sleepy John arrived in the group met up in wine must driveway. Qassim sad that John? Junior was frustrated and. Talking very fast. Pacey. Almost like he was in a panic. He was telling the group that he wanted his parents dead that day. And then left Cassim and slot left for a while, but when they returned. Why confronted them? Sleep John wanted the murder done that day. Casino slot left again, but returned later on that evening after receiving a text from Lima. Now why must a little like? He's got people at his house like they're kind of having a party. There were actually people who saw them meeting up. anyways. Why am I explained to them that sleepy John was going to call him on skype later that night about a quote. Unquote concert. Was a code word. He set up to give them the green light to let them know that his parents were asleep and they were good to go and housing kill them now. Wimal later in his testimony says that the code word was actually used, or it was supposed to be used for sleepy John to say that he had killed his parents, and they need to come over regardless concert. Was the code word but I think that they. Obviously. They were going to kill his parents. So cuisine arrived around one forty. Five am on September Eleventh Sleepy John called Y on skype and use the code word. Lima reached for the metal. Bats and Salat drove cuisine and wine to sleepy. Johns home. Slash drop them off and cuisine told him to drive around until gave him the signal to pick him back up. So slow left sleepy John was waiting outside supposedly with a miner's helmet to signal CASSIM and Weimer from behind Bush. With the Light He then lead them towards the garage. He opened the rear service store and told them that his parents were sleeping upstairs. Cuisine testifies that he saw multiple stacks of money on a counter in the garage all in hundred dollar bills..
"cassim" Discussed on Poisonous Minds
"The secret fucking service for analysis one the results for in there they were all immediately called back for interviewing, and eventually they were all charged now the take a while Cassim. told the courts that he and ymer planned and executed the murders of John's parents. said that he and why Mo- were good friends. Why Mail introduced him too sleepy John. And cuisine had introduced Salat in the four spent a lot of their time together that summer. Qassim said he recalled sleepy John Giving money from time to time during the summer. It would go out and buy some new clothes you know. Keep looking fresh. Sleepy John also gave Qassim in why Mo four hundred dollars each for work that they did at Mr Mrs Granite apartment complexes. Cuisine later and court documents recalls one day during the summer. That sleepy John gave him. Twenty three hundred dollars. For, no reason and then took him and why MMA shopping at the mall buying six hundred dollars in close which John paid for in cash cuisine testified that the shopping spree. John asked him if he liked this lifestyle and commented to Ymer. If my parents were dead. Everything is in my name. Kouassi also said that one week prior to the shopping spree sleepy. John was complaining about his parents and. I'm tired of them I. Just want my parents, said they only let me out of the house when I go to school gym or work on tired of them I just want him dead apparently. Thought this very specific frustration of sleepy. John's wish was just a joke and the three of them left it off. Heartwarming Amurri. Cuisine said that he didn't see sleepy John much the rest of the summer because he was grounded by his parents, but they remained in contact by texting. Later in August sleepy John Toxic Cassim and asked if he could get a machine gun, grenade, launcher, bulletproof, vest and silencer. What she said he couldn't. You, know all the stuff that's just readily available to any seventeen year old teenager. If, that wasn't enough. Why also Aska seem for this same? Not much changed in his reply. Why would they think that this child would even be able to get his hands on such a it like? I don't know when I was in high school I. Don't think I can name a single person that I thought would have. A grenade launcher bulletproof vest. Machine Gun. I mean. Maybe silence are but lake not. No we're not doing that. anyways. Curious cuisine, and why then asked Salat if he could get a gun the silencer because he wanted Gillis barons. Salat refused to be part of it until CASSIM and. Why I'm up changed his mind by reminding him. How much they received their new clothes and how they got those things. So Salat tried to purchase a gun with a silencer..
"cassim" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7
"On Super talk 99 7 Did Madison fulfilled? Valentine? How are you Got this from David loved David. Apparently, though he hates at least what I spoke about. In the first segment. Amanda's Why Waste time on the Russian bounty story? He says. Even if Trump was briefed on the subject, he is in charge of foreign policy and could legally choose to let the matter go. It is a non story for conservatives, David I appreciate all the emails that I get from you. I disagree with you on this one respectfully. But here is why We need to be able to speak about what the left is attacking President Trump on and if those attacks are unwarranted or unjustified Then we need to be able to call B s on this stuff. If I wouldn't talk about this, then least in my opinion, President Trump's in the conservative side would not be would not be uttered by anyone. So we need to make sure that when we see something that is absolute B s that the left in the media is doing that We call them out on that, By the way. I love this from Marco Rubio. He says. Ironically, many of those now politicizing the recent report in The New York Times questioned disputed and or downplayed indisputable proof. That Cassim Saleh Mani had a long track record of targeting and killing American troops they pick and choose what to believe, based on partisan politics. Marco Rubio. And he is absolutely right. What do we know about Cassim? Salamoni? This guy was part of a murderous dictator. He was a murderous dictator and a guy who was in charge of killing many, many people, and the media just decided to ignore that whole thing. So Kudos to Ah, Lot of the people like Marco Rubio. Who are you calling these folks out on their B s? By the way, there's a number of other things that are going on in the world today. Joe Biden has now come Out of the basement out of the bunker, and he finally gave a press conference. It's been what, three months so apparently Joe had AH, bit of a nap, and that's good for Joe. And a few of the things that he said. I'm just going to go ahead and play you some of the audio from that press conference. One of the things that he said, is that words matter the words of a president.
"cassim" Discussed on The Voicebot Podcast
"To be knowledge that allows us to understand. How experienced Haredi working. Less less impactful way before we decided one of the steps to bring it so caught on. My Team's job is not just to essentially build arid face, loading experiences, but to build the platform technology that will almost democratize voice technology stack, and allow for that to be incorporated into our existing district a site, so for example you can have natural language search around sort of news items throughout fantasy ads. You know the ability to build site hands-free experiences full outage. Slap not to ridden site. In a if people listened to their podcast on the phone again to atoll, they connect the phone so that blaze a from that. We can still provide voices right through the voice navigation experience. I. Understand so then the other question I had for you just. In terms of the work, you've done to date. Is What we've just talked about as a lot about news breaking news, keeping people informed about the events of the day. How, much of your work, previously, like a rat Alexa and some of the other things you're doing with voice was around a mining, your back catalogue of content. One of the big challenges that any organization such A. So, For while the BBC's right, I think will be stole which was essentially bringing programs that we have available our Cassim Amana on transaction.
"cassim" Discussed on PodcastDetroit.com
"Today's show by saying thank you for joining our family. which is his biological by nature logical by choice? DNA Not recline. Hello and thank you for tuning into this is D. Kennedy the line Kennedy with a love logical podcast today The whole is going to be talking with Cassim But he's not here yet but he's on the way So I'm GonNa Start by just you know what we're going into today is we're GonNa be talking about single fathers you know and a lot of people don't understand that when it comes to the bads you know. Sometimes dads get a bad rap. You know like we. We get told that we're we're the ones that are the deadbeats you know. We get told all these bad things things and it's like we do everything we can even. Sometimes the legal system doesn't allow us to progress with our children. We like to you know rather be limited parenting earning time or rather it be. You know you're caught in a difficult situation and you're not even allowed to be set parent you know like I even even When it comes to myself I'll talk about me? I'll talk about some of the other people that are that are no you know like I won't mention any names of course but you know Oh being a dad out here and having had primary custody of your child like studio parents. It's it's tough you know. It's it's expensive. It's time consuming. You know like like sometimes you just can't do things because you got your baby you know and I feel so so much for the moms world you know like all the MOMS of the world well have done so like they've been doing this for a long time you know. I know there's been dads that are doing it with the moms but you know we always gotta shout out to the MOMS to because being a single parent in general is just tough. It's it's it's a learning experience every day you know rather it be difficulties with your child in school. It can be difficulties with your child at home. It can be difficulties with the other parent. You know like it can be difficulties just financially like you. You're going to run into an obstacle obstacle that you're going to have to try to face you know you're gonNa find that maze and you really do have to be the rat and get through to get the cheese you know. Sometimes things are things are rough on on all of us. But you know it's the end that you're looking to. It's the end you're looking for the end you know you're not looking at the now. You have to look the finish line because you have to see like everything that you sacrifice goes into that child. You know everything that you have done for for that child like rather you don't think they appreciate it or not like in the long run. They appreciate it then they see it. They understand Dan and they are. They're they're they're apologetic. You know like even even me. I didn't realize what all my mother had to go through. You Know Studio for. He's here so I guess this here your man how you doing today..
"cassim" Discussed on Double Toasted
"I I love these Percy Percy of the pussies easy solve all the in Spanish if I must translate for Nike I need to get through the show before this light stars creeping over to my starts brees. Yeah Hi are doing man. Thank you for subscription right there. We'll talk about subscription and a little bit but people welcome. I'm to the show some core Christopher Herman have a screening tonight and I did not know that screen is going to be tonight. They did some kind of crazy and ain't even follow through on it so the communist the screen and they wanted you to want you to submit like all your stats for social media all right in other platforms and it will judge you so they they so they can see if you're worthy die are worthy of going to see this movie so I submitted ours and I. I don't know how these things are. You know Auburndale myself. In a high regard we sent them the information for stuff and they say okay. Go ahead and come to the movie and I bet this is not me being humble. Ah are humble bragging anything but I want to see this movie to be honest with. I'd rather go to regular screen. Instead of pushing. This critic screened every. Yeah but at the same time I don't want to Cassim ungrateful of course and his bullshit what they did. Because there's people out there that I know don't have really high numbers on social media like come on at the end of the day they it is. Did that grandstanding per so reports on the film than it deserves. Yeah exactly it's just a studio renison game just trying to. They're trying to make this a social media. I can tell you it's not gonNA work. I could tell you right now. Nobody's going to be talking about this movie from what you've told me what's going to happen. Not Going to say what movie it is. But you know and and you'll find a not trying to talk trash but But I didn't find until like yesterday evening we were but email is probably sitting afternoon. I saw in the evening saying yeah you got the screening so long story short which is too late. We're doing this show earlier yes here. We are And thank you all for being here. Thank you for noticing that we are here. Thanks now I can go and talk to the chat. Sleaze do the chats chats. How are you doing today? Only pull them up over here do I don't know why didn't pull them up over here. Amok compooter them and I'm going to pull them up so I can see you hold on. Hold on hold on Shit. Hold on bringing you up. Hold on Percy PUSSIES person that's not my name. I Percy deep plus list now man your pussy pussies person to the pussies man. I'm sorry that is not my name Shit but we love you know we love but that name is too good to pass up the a person the Ponzi. Whatever houses no no personally the pussies no I of the pussies change your name? Change it today to that and believe me you'll you'll you'll take for later and welcome chat. Welcome to the show both chats if they happen to be up today we got the OJ chapter visuals. They usually reserved for the nighttime. But for those who are here during the day we appreciate it and they're mostly in their new head somebody who wants to know Cardiac Disney plus. Why after the Laurie? I I'll admit I canceled my. I'm about to make thing I'm thinking about to cancel mine just point to have it. I can see these other films. Ah Desire to watch a lot Disney movies right now. So it's like yeah. Yeah I'm trying to find looked at either. The chip did like. Yeah you Percy the pussies.
"cassim" Discussed on The Erick Erickson Show
"If you want to reach out as well you can get me on twitter facebook instagram at e w Ericsson I WANNA break this down for you. With what actually happened. And then we'll get into the analysis Who was this person if you're just waking up to the news this morning General Qassim Sulejmani is dead? He is the leader of the coulds forces in Iran I I have been on the phone for sometime after five o'clock this morning Getting background briefings on this stuff One of the most annoying things in the modern world is that's how everyone immediately becomes an expert on anything that's happened and you go on social media. Everyone pontificates and claims that they are an expert. I wanted to actually talk to the real experts instead of getting minute off. Twitter this morning So I did and thank you very much to the trump administration made a lot of people available to make this happen Let me just set the stage for you. This happen enduring Anderson Cooper show last night on. CNN okay Getting some word right now go ahead. This is a statement from the Pentagon and I'm just reading too as I'm hearing. Hiring is the direction of the president of the. US military has taken decisive defensive action to protect US personnel abroad by killing Qasem. Selemani goes onto say ED SELEMANI was actively developing plans to attack American diplomats and service members in Iraq and throughout the region. That's the end of the statement. Sorry what's is being raped me as a statement goes on. But that's the bulk of the statement. So Dexter would he make them. Well I you know. I haven't seen the intelligence but actively making gene plots to kind of undermine American interests or to attack American soldiers or or diplomats. I mean. That's you know that's another day at the office. What he does what he does what? He did Now I WANNA put this into further perspective for you because there's a Reuters report from one forty three. PM Yesterday the headline is Pentagon chief That is US secretary convince Mark Esperer says. US Signs Iran our allies may be planning more attacks again. This happened yesterday afternoon before Sulamani was killed. US US Defense Secretary Mark S. I said on Thursday there were indications Iran or forces it backs maybe planning additional attacks warning that the game has changed and it was possible the United States might have to take preemptive action to protect American lives hint hint. There are some indications out there that they may be planning additional tax. That is nothing new. We've seen this for two or three months now. If that happens then we will act and by the way if we get word of attacks or some type indication we will make preemptive action as well to protect American forces to protect American lives iranian-backed demonstrators who Iraq's at the US embassy in two days of protests withdrew on Wednesday after Washington dispatched extra troops. They had tried to storm dorm. The embassy in Iraq and it was amazing to see democratic. Partisans appointed their finger at the president. Saying this is your Ghazi. Will I thought nothing. Bad happened at Benghazi and yet now suddenly it's become bad in the Democrats are saying it didn't exactly turn out like Benghazi. The president said extra troops. Well then later in the day comes word that Cassim Selemani has been killed along with another number. People appears to be a drone attack near the Baghdad airport. What is not clear is whether or not this was an actual Americans or the Israelis than we cooperated with it and the president blessed it? We don't really know it seems more more overnight than by the way the administration Australia is not going into full detail here with what happened And the fact Jamie DuPrey From Washington DC IN DC bureau just texted me and said that they put put a news lid on the White House into one forty five PM. That means there will be no news coming out of the White House now. If the president has his phone in tweets of course there could be but otherwise there will be no news. Coming out of the White House The tweet from the president last night was an American flag. Now you need to understand why this is such a big deal and we need to look at the political dynamics hammocks of this There are a couple of easy predictions we can make. I've got those up at the resurgent Dot Com right now. If you want to go see him I will be sitting out alerts throughout the day on this as the things develop. If you want those text the word show two three three seven seven seven Qassim Sulamani is a bad guy. What you heard the clip from CNN? What he does for a living is he organizes terror around the world? He's the head of the coulds. Force was the head of the goods force in Iran. If you don't understand what that is take the CIA and combine it with the Navy Seals. That's the cuts force that they are special forces and they're the Iranian intelligence network network. They operate all over the world. Just a couple of years ago. They attempted to assassinate the Saudi ambassador to the United States by blowing up a restaurant in Washington. DC NOW EH. For all the the the fearsome data about the goods and how they operate the further away they get from around the more incompetent. They are take this attack on the Saudi Ambassador Asir in Washington. DC A couple of years ago. The plan was to blow up a restaurant in Washington. DC where in the Saudi ambassador regularly eight The Iranian coulds Ed's force reached out to operatives with a Mexican drug cartel. We're willing to pay the members of the Mexican drug cartel to blow up the Saudi. The ambassador now pay attention there. Yes the Mexican drug cartel operating south of the border coming across the border. Yes The border security already issue is impacted by Iran. They know it is a weakness even if the Democrats don't want to admit it There have been people who have come across the border from foreign countries in the past There have have been people within the American intelligence community who suspect Iran sees that as a point of weakness Hush theory So what happened was they reached out to the Mexican drug cartel Hartell and it turns out the Mexican drug cartel. We're actually department of Drug Enforcement Agency informants they informed the DA who informed the FBI who informed the CIA who disappeared the Mexican drug cartel people. Actually they were arrested. They weren't really disappeared but it was an incompetent effort by run but they tried to perform a terrorist attack back in Washington. DC LET me back up even further. Let's go in the weight back machine. My family moved to buy one thousand nine hundred eighty we move back to the United States in nineteen ninety. We were there for the height of the Iran Iraq war. Our school was a few blocks from the beach. It was several stories high. And you could stand at the height of the Iran Iraq war nineteen eighty-eight. You could stand at our top floor. Was Miss von Break Ins classroom. She was the fine arts teacher and you could see the smoke on the horizon. You could hear. The explosions is the Iranians decided towards the end of the Iran Iraq war to begin blowing up American oil platforms. My Dad's was one of the oil platforms the Iranians targeted luckily glee. He was able to evacuate in the American navy intervene just in time. He's got an incredible picture of one of the. US warships right right outside his platform window. Protecting his is Oil Platform others however were not so lucky. They tried to kill my dad. The Iranians did now. They tried to kill my family we would have to go to school and to go through security checkpoints American kids even those in in Schools where there's a lot of gun violence. You don't appreciate this. I would go to school in Dubai in the nineteen eighties and literally. Police officers would greet us at a security checkpoint and they would open our sandwiches to see if we had explosives. They would unwrap our sandwiches. They would open our lunchboxes they would search our schoolbags to make sure are we weren't we weren't assassins for Ron or Iran. Hatton heddon secretly planted something on us. We've we've been dealing with this Iranian situation for decades. This is not something new. There have been a series of hijackings and bombings around the world. The cuts forces since the Iranian Revolution in the nineteen seventies did One of my best friends growing up his name was Amir Amiri. His grandfather was one of the top guards for the Shah of Iran. His family had to flee over the northern mountains in Iran to get out of the country when the Shaw fell and his family lived in a secure apartment in the Hyatt regency in in Dan do by. The Iranians have been systematically going around the world trying to assassinate those tied to the Shah's regime and opposition parties for a long time. It has escalated into the nineteen nineties. after the Iran Iraq war with many of the veterans from Iran repatriated to Iran and had unique military skills. They were battle. Oh hardened one of those. People was Qassim Zola money. Who is a diehard believer in the Iranian revolution? He deeply believes in Islam he deeply believes in Shiite V8 versions of Islam and he deeply believes that Iran needs to help bring about the apocalypse. He actually does believe these things. These been very open in the past about believing these things thinks. He believes that Iranian Shiite Islam is the path towards bringing the Mati the Essentially bringing Jesus you know Islam does have a Jesus belief And he's a bad dude And we have taken him out now. The reason we have taken him out is because because he was escalating attacks on American diplomats in Iraq we know for example. The Kurds force was involved in the storming of the embassy in Baghdad. This past week. We have video surveillance that shows that The Iranian cuts forces were there operatives. Were in the crowd. Some of them were even going so far to wear their uniform. Warm in the crowd Showing that they were involved in this and they were willing to participate and willing to encourage the activists in the crowd. How this was not a mourners? As I described by some members of the American media those on the ground in Iraq it was not mourners. It was an actually organized attack by the Iranian cuts forces led by Qassim Sulejmani. According to my Casper I read you the report from Reuters at one o'clock yesterday that we have intelligence showing that they we are about to escalate attacks on American forces. Killing Sulaimaniyah actually throws the Iranians author game. And this is something I've been told repeatedly this morning is he is the most trusted loyal lieutenant in Iran as as one person put it to me. Think of kill if you WANNA put in perspective. An American correlation to killing Cassim Sulejmani think of someone killing the vice president of the United States because that essentially says position yes. Iran has a president and domestic policy in Iran the president Tehran Iran's near supreme but when it comes to foreign policy led by Iran CASSISA LEMANI is the man who directs Iranian Foreign Policy Z.. In fact he had an exchange with general portray a few years ago who was Blasting the Iranian Ambassador Situation Baronne and CASSIM Sulamani. Actually you send a message to address saying that. The ambassador to Baghdad were not to to Bahrain was a could member if they were if that person was killed or removed moved then he thereafter would replace him with they could force US person so the goods forces are the ambassadors they are the the loyal lieutenants on the ground. They are the Iranians who took over the situation in Syria to help Bashar Al Assad boss Rl Assad in Syria Syria was losing to the Kurdish American forces. Iran came in and they wrote across the northern part of Iraq. Interestingly enough the Kurds in northern Iraq blocked their a passage and they had to kill enough of them and pay enough of them off to be able to get to Syria..
From horror in Iraq to a new dawn in Switzerland, how one Yazidi survivor picked up the pieces
"This is matt wells you news. Adiba cassim is an inspiration after fleeing an eyesore massacre in northern iraq that claimed dozens of family members nba's in two thousand and fourteen just nineteen years old. She became a humanitarian work to help other women who've enjoyed unimaginable horrors at the terrorist sans today. A debate is in switzerland where she studying hard to become a lawyer and where she spoke to u._n. Uses danu johnson as an event to celebrate world humanitarian indeed. I'm twenty five years old and i spent twenty four years in the conflict the war and genocides and prove o._t. And it was very difficult i mean i never had peace basically and in two thousand seventeen when i arrived in switzerland and seeking as item then it was too much for me. I was saying i've never had i didn't know piece so when i arrived here and i was depressed in the beginning i was saying this is to care for me. I want to go back to iraq but i don't have a choice. I have to adopt it so that's what brought you to switzerland and you are z._d. Survivor which is to say you fled on aycell massacre despite this you're still smiling but my question into you is you've been in refugee camps. You've met humanitarian. It's world humanitarian day celebrating the power of women humanitarian setting. Do you remember a female humanitarian who helped you particularly made an impact or what is it that you think women can bring to a humanitarian setting that mankind yes of course sir <unk> humanitarian women. I mean i remember in iraq and the first day swind we lift home on trying to save area and then those people will be incoming gun giving us blankets close because we just run away with what we were wearing after that going to turkey crossing the mountains. I'm being a refugee for the first time in two thousand fourteen of course they were humanitarian woman who really impact on me and who really supported me to go to stand up. Even though i mean i've lost everything but i was i was. I was hoping something you know. Sometimes people were questioning me why you are so positive you know you've been through all of that. I mean i don't know why i was always finding hope that i will take it. Then i started as a humanitarian worker in the refugee camp into t within humanitarian organization that was back in two thousand fourteen and it was just it was just after two months that i left iraq and i couldn't just season watch. It was difficult for me to just sit and watch after i've lost very very close friends to me family. You know i mean i'm still nuts you know recovering from their loose so and then i was taking this as a responsibility not responsibility on my shoulders as they give me all day lift all because in fact you lost seventy plus family members in the massacre asoka in singer in mountains from i sold but i wonder. How did you feel you could help people. Perhaps men couldn't unfortunately in the war men men women the one who are more affected and then in our case thousands of years eighty woman kidnapped and they were raped involved on seoul so when they were managing knitting to come back to iraq to a safe area. They wanted a woman to talk with couldn't explain what they've been through to a man so i founded. It's video important to be there to listen to them. I was nineteen years old and listening to all these terrible stories was something easy for me when they were telling me how many times they've been. They've been raped salt. I was listening to all of that than i was handed old pain with me but i was there and i was listening to them so yes. The work of one humanitarian is very very very important. So when you were working for humanitarian you take testimonies from survivors. How did that work. It was what's difficult. It was absolutely not easy. I mean just just to listen on to do my work as discrimination but i have to be with here. I have to feel here. I have to hike here so it was a big responsibility so you've been helping people ever since and now you've arrived in switzerland where you so you're refugee for a second time but you're studying hard. What are you studying. And what are you planning to do with your studies once. You've completed them learning french which is very difficult. It's my fault language and i. I've been accepted at the university of geneva. I am for the first time i'm going to school because i've never been to school in my country. I did only education it. It was because of the war but i was. I was following my education home. Even my parents that you didn't go to school but my father was writing very beautiful. The was riding a sentence for me and i was following and writing on the whole notebook <laughter> so this is how i learned to read and write and then i was continuing to study at home until until i arrive here in seeking asylum then it was difficult for me. I thought that i cannot continue because i lift everything behind me. I was never thinking to seek yes. I am to be a refugee but then it happened. It wasn't a choice. It was never a choice to come here to arrive in switzerland and to be refusing but then i've been looking the opportunities and i've been taking what zero and i've been always always saying that i will do my -education. No matter what's going to happen. I will do my education. I will go to the university and i study look so today. I am studying international relations at the university of geneva and hoping to study law in the future. I wish she will the best. Thank you so much.
Female humanitarians sacrifice a lot to help others, insists top UN official
"This is matt wells u._n. News well the work of female humanitarian is hugely important and often comes at significant personal cost. That's according into melissa fleming currently the communications chief for refugee agency u._n._h._c._r. but soon to take up her new post as head of global communications at the u._n. Who's been speaking talking to you and uses daniel johnson at a special world humanitarian day event in geneva. I i will hear from adiba cassim who was also at the event. She survived an eyesore missile massacre in iraq in two thousand fourteen that claimed the lives of seventy family members despite the trauma she refuses to see herself as a victim and is now a human human rights advocates. I always refusing to be a victim. I always wanted to act. I always wanted to be there for the others because as i mentioned we have so many victims and i think we need leaders. I now know more victims. This is what i'm saying always so but then he being in europe. I think people don't understand i think people are you know. They don't understand what the woman any other countries are going through. So what i'm doing here is to make them understand is to push him always to shake them to understand what is happening with the other woman and to stand with him. That's that's very important me when i was in iraq in this situation i wanted. I want to someone hilton from somebody else to come on to to just to support me to stand with me to do something even if small you're smiling but are you really seeing action on the level. Obviously everyone's very impatient. I always smile. I've been always positive and you know why because i lost everything and in a moment i just that i have no more to lose. Maybe i could just turn over to melissa melissa fleming. You'll with the refugee. Agency also the newly appointed head of <hes> depa- i'm to global communications. You've got twenty five years of experience. I don't need to remind you today's world humanitarian day. What is it that women particularly bring to the humanitarian sphere well. All of the victims of war are women and sometimes it's most depending on the war and it's a particular victimization that women go through awesome rape as a weapon of war rampant and we need women humanitarian who will provide that kind of trusted space for those women who managed to escape in order to recover you know i can't say that the women humanitarian i know are more dedicated than the men humanitarian i know. I think they're all remarkable. Human beings who sacrifice a lot for the cause of humanity but the women <hes> some how often i believe sacrificed actress more because first of all when they go to war zones. They are unable to take their children with them. Society icty judges them for that. They don't judge the men for doing that. They're very often juggling. Both the families back home. The children are being taken care of by someone else. They're worrying in constantly and yet they're continuing to serve so in a way you know until we have the real true equality where women and men are adjudged the same way. I think it will be more difficult for women in this profession but i think one advantage that women do have is in the field of mental health <hes>. This is just my assumption anecdotally. I think they're more in touch when they're traumatized and are more willing to seek help.
"cassim" Discussed on The Erick Erickson Show
"The chief procurement officer and Atlanta city hall up until Smith arrest and early twenty seventeen. In fact, they've got undercover audio among other things Jafari company gave a got lots of work from Atlanta and gave lots of money to politicians including kisha lands, bottoms and Cassim read. Now, why is this? Relevant and wire we starting the subject here will there is legislation pending in the state legislature to take control of two dead. Mayors airport Hartsfield Jackson international airport in Atlanta. And there are group's around the city that are suddenly becoming very vocal in some groups outside the city say, no, no, no. We don't want you to do this in. It sounds very much like a politically cold ward naked effort now realized that that the city of Atlanta is opposed to giving up control of the report. I totally get that. But these outside groups that have never spoken before that are that are suddenly rising up say, no bad idea. Yeah. I guess you could say they're actually concerned, but it certainly is suspicious and seems like a paid political operation. Now, we've got this that contractors were getting used payments for e getting used contracts from the city after making lots of payments in campaign donations. I just went to the Pratt group's website. Site Pratt group is where this guy was executive vice president, and I just got on the progress website. And when it first loads on going to refresh the screen here when it first load, you see what a picture of the atrium at Hartsfield Jackson it Lanta international airport. When you click on the projects to have the very first link is aviation now, let's the aviation dab work..
"cassim" Discussed on Wash FM 97.1
"About these early dismissals that are happening today with the weather making its way into the DNB this afternoon, everything that you need to know, we will inform you of wash dot com slash snow. So welcome to Tuesday morning yesterday before we left work. We all got an Email from our engineering department saying that the elevators were closed. Okay. And that we would have to take the stairs till further notice. All four of them. All yeah. The entire building. We are on the sixth floor of the building to get to the garage where most of his park we're talking eight flights of stairs. Okay. And since we already were here, we knew that the very least we were gonna have to take the series down eight flights when left so producer Kayla. And I laughed and I was wearing of course of all days high heels, and I'm not a fan of going down steps and heels for some reason. I would always throws me off more than going up steps. Good ankle workout though. So we believe in about I don't know. I get home and maybe five or ten minutes later. I see Toby post something on social media. Toby, what don't you tell the class? What it is that you posted for everyone to see accept your teammates. When should have told us before first of all, I know your still here. I would have said something. I had a lunch meeting downtown in DC. So I'm scooting out of the building. And as I'm walking over to the stairway. I'm like, wait a minute. These aren't the only four elevators in the building. There's a service elevator. Right. And it takes you down to the loading dock, and then you can walk down a floor. Lisa bayden. You knew the service elevator was here. Right. Ramos stare person. Right. Takes the stairs. She doesn't she doesn't care, but you know, producer Kaylynn securely you knew there was a service elevator in the. Cassim left. Exactly. And we were both kind of bemoaning a little bit. Like, oh my goodness. Tomorrow morning. We're going to have to go up these. So I'm gonna wear better shoes. I said, oh, no, no. But you all the way down. And didn't even bother to. The rest of the. Already. You didn't know that? So you you guys. Here. Oh, and by the way, I put my adventure down the elevator on Instagram. Bouba Toby chilly page at wash FM dot com posted that Instagram there. So that people would know that hey, there is an elevator in this building. And you don't have to take the stairs. There's always another way. What is it? Married. Couple teach you they teach you to know your exits say teach you to share such Intel with thoughts you worked here for a minute. You knew that there was an service. It's a great video workout to truth be told I got my steps in literally yesterday. Remember, just like Tom Sawyer Todd is back in the day smarter. Not harder. That's right. No. You're exits. And know that some people won't share. I thought y'all knew I'm sorry. I was on my way on I had to get to a lunch, by the way. You can't see that video from Instagram that's on.
"cassim" Discussed on This Week in Science
"And so you could remove something that you know, you want to remove and inadvertently affects the animal in another way. But then my listening. For that. That also just the fact that you didn't get the question you asked answered but something else was answered getting the job done. And that's something that has happened for a long time in gene knockout animals. You know, this this knocking jeans out or knocking pudding genes in knock ins knockouts? This has been happening for a long time without crisper. You know, researchers have been doing this for a couple of. Evolution. All of the things that we're trying to Cassim. But in in a research sense, when you're trying to like, you said, you, you know, you knock something out and something else happens potentially your question that you were say asking is an answered, but you learn something new and so that is part of this. That absolutely. As part of this. There's a lot going on here. I, you know, there are people. I'm sure there are many people in the audience who. Don't wanna see animal research like this take place, but animal research at this point is still a necessity, and if we can reduce the number of animals that we are using that is a good use of science, and also I can tell you that I've never met who works with animals who said I wish this was less efficient. I knew I do what I do hope though. Yeah. Everyone wants it to be more efficient. But what I do hope is that as we're pushing this, you know, bleeding edge of technology and scientific and advant advant advancement. I really hope that all the countries that are an and institutions that are invested in. It are are playing by the rules that we have set for animal research because leave human research animal research, there are standards and what we know. That's not true. Not true in the country, speak humid's. We know this is not going. So that's a great hope..
"cassim" Discussed on With Friends Like These
"The. Diana. Welcome to the show. I'm glad to be here. Diana Anderson is a freelance journalist author and activist in women's issues. She's written a bunch of different things, including for places like cosmopolitan rolling. Stone establishment advice her first book is damaged goods new perspective on Christian Purdy, but we are here to discuss a very timely topic. The name of the book is problematic. How toxic culture is destroying feminism? So this oughta be good. Yeah. No. Usually, I'm pretty happy. When we're not like a media early like pegged to the news cycle. But this happens to be taking place the same week that David Brooks uses op Ed column to upon about his issues with call culture. Which if I may summarize I am not exaggerating essentially led to let him to believe that call culture divides us into binary groups, which will be to things like the Rwandan genocide. He's the one who brought up the Rwandan genocide. Yeah. That's one of those like he went to the exact extreme that. I don't think is justified. Right. So what I would like you to sort of do maybe be helpful is give a deficient of culture. And then maybe we can talk about just where your theory might lie short of Rwandan genocide. So what is your definition of culture Colo culture is when somebody who is often in a prominent position either feminism or a celebrity of some kind or somebody who is a politician makes a mistake. They screw up in some way, they say something weird or wrong or something that is very often at something that's mimicking racism, or it's accidents antisemitic and stuff, and I say mimicking an accident in ways to say that it's not necessarily intent. What happens is celebrity is cancelled that person is no longer part of feminism you have to append their name with something. That's like, oh, this is Kevin Hart. He made those jokes about beating up his gay son sort of thing, and and that sort of call out culture becomes the scarlet letter of who that person is now in feminist circles. And so it becomes about who you can interact with who you can whose art and content you can consume and things like that in this goal of looking for a perfect feminism. So I have some questions problems. So one issue. I think is that your definition is is maybe different than Brooks's. It's definitely different than the example that Burks us, and I guess when trying to draw attention to is that people are kind of debating call out culture used scare quote with my hands there. And I I think that there's not a lot of precision about what that means. Because for instance, like Brooks Cassim to confli something that was a serious accusation of violence against one person. And in the second example was someone that had written a Starkey most and you can debate whether the snarky Poche should've gotten the same kind of censure as someone who's accused of sexual violence, but those are two very different Yang's. Yeah. I called up for as to be called out for maybe harass people feels different than calling someone out for maybe making an inopportune or immature. Yeah. And so we're both things or are you talking about one or the other? I'm talking about the heart a little bit different than for instance. When examples in your book is how Jessica Jones show had like a sort of fat phobic. Yes. Longline and having a line in your television show that is somewhat fat phobic seems very different than making jokes about your beating up your son. So where is the where is? Yep. More definition. A large part of that is that the ways in which we talked about Colo Colo culture in how we define it tend to flatten it out where every single sin is the same. So what I tried to get in the book is that each individual in particularly when consuming art has to decide what's appropriate. Where's the line for them? As of end that we as feminists need to be aware of how we're flattening the dialogue. Tough especially when we quite something like Kevin Spacey getting arrested for sexual assault with the guy from guardians of the galaxy..