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"ceo publisher" Discussed on The Tel Aviv Review

The Tel Aviv Review

12:03 min | 3 months ago

"ceo publisher" Discussed on The Tel Aviv Review

"Done you know I would say a lot of. It is probably on women's issues so something like A few in December I was in Jerusalem Jerusalem and I I went to a sort of underground Talmud cheer being given for Haredi Women which is really something new. You know. There's a lot of talk about sort of modern orthodox women studying Talmud inherit stern. That's quite normal already but in the more right wing communities this is still rather radical Accepted as one rabbi from the hovering. She vote where my husband happened to study. Who is giving the small class to Haredi Women in the centre of Jerusalem so I went to report on that and that is something that I thought. I thought it was interesting intriguing but also I think very telling I try to find these little portraits a life in the Orthodox community. That may tell something of a trend that we are seeing I think among the young so here there. Is You know you see this thirst? For Knowledge. Among Really Smart Orthodox women who are professionals and and looking to learn something very deeply More you know and then and then I think some stories are even darker last year last summer I. There was a big debate here in the states about Roe v Wade And I and I was saying you know an Orthodox circles. There was a sort of like very black and white approach to abortion and I was shocked because that is not the story that I know as a practicing from woman and and also by the way is the Robertson my I watch my husband getting Sheila's I watched my husband getting questions about abortions. And about you know fertility and all of these very sensitive things so and. I know that there are of course. There are cases where abortions happen in this community And I and that story was not being told that no one was saying talking about it so I decided I was going to an investigative piece about this as a phenomenon in our community and I ended up publishing around I think it was eight or nine. Testimonies of from women from all types of Communities Hasid Ish lakewood Modern Orthodox pretty much a nice spectrum of Orthodoxy talking about their experiences with having abortions All types of situations all of them very sad and most of them were really terrible diagnoses and the fascinating thing that came out of that story was not only that this happens but that it happens with guidance that there are rabbis who actually guide these women to either either to go ahead with the procedure or at least don't tell them not to and they support them and they give them the support that they really need and that was what I think what was most shocking to our readers. Was People. Were in shock that this happens but of course it happens behind closed doors but no one from outside our community would know so. I thought that was that was a fascinating thing to watch. Not The process of reporting it was very intense. How difficult was it to them to talk to you. Not as difficult as I thought because again because I'm part of this communities I just have my networks. I am in women's groups I'm on women's what's up groups. I'm I have friends who have friends who have friends. So I you know I. I sent around messages privately within small groups saying I'm looking for stories and you know by now enough people know who I am. I hope I think and they could see you know okay. She's one of us. I can tell my story This was actually the first time so far in my career that I cried while interviewing someone over the phone one woman told me the most devastating story about a pregnancy that was so wanted and prayed for and thirty six weeks. She got the most horrible prognosis and there was nowhere legal to do it in America except for Colorado an underground sort of clinic shoes actually thinking about going to Israel to do it because in Israel they will do it So she spoke about and her rub gave her permission and guidance and said you're going to have to do this and she i. This woman is like pretty mainstream and she. She told me she said I would not be able to keep Jewish law if abortion was banned Because she was guided to do it so it's extremely extremely sensitive and my goal with the story was really just to say. Here's the reality. I'm showing you. A mirror. Took community showing a mirror to real human life. And you can take from it what you want but when you talk about this issue a some sort of distant political issue realized that the person next to you at your Shabbat table may have gone through something and you might not know and that was really. My goal with an what was fascinating was Was the reaction was how many rabbis wrote to me saying thank you. I see this in my daily life and I can't talk about it or Actually this was wild. Someone walked up a A politician in Maryland walked up to the CEO publisher of the forward and said. I just want you to know that this story was the thing that was able to pass Some sort of bill towards free choice Because we were able to convince the Orthodox constituency that this is in their interest And that was really for me like a shocking moment in which I could see journalism really having impact all right. We're going to have a bit more time for questions if you have one. Please come to the MIC. So that you can be heard in the recording. Thank you I'll be this question. Is I think mostly for you but both are you can obviously answer so when you are reporting and you are writing these stories about the Orthodox community. They're kind of geared towards the secular world. Because you're giving them an insight into all the stuff they don't know about the Orthodox world however there are so many things within the Orthodox community that also have to be reported on that are really negative and sometimes a journalist is going to be your duty to expose all of these things so first of all. How do you balance that? How do you balance to be like you? Know the the the good guy and the bad guy sort of within the Orthodox community. And how does that work with like the Rabbinic leadership? That mean. You're married to a rabbi right. And you're part of the synagogue so you're part of this institution but every I'm sure and I've read some of your pieces like someone's you have to expose the really horrible things within that institution so if you can operate on that thank you. That's a great question and it is frankly why I don't sleep well at night. I think a Stephen said so beautifully I also look at my job partly as a bridge. So it's two pronged approach yes. Some of it is to give a portrait of a community to that to the outside world but also to allow Orthodox readers to to see things that they would not otherwise see in journalism about our community sadly So an I try to do that. Very careful dance every piece I right And and I think a lot of why I can't do. It is because my parents are you know became Orthodox as I was growing up so I grew up. Always sort of Chameleon I try to do both now regarding Talking about the uncomfortable or Unsavory the dark in our community. I OVER TIME. I think as I've I hope grown I've consulted rabbinic governance on things What happens when someone you really know? Is a serial sexual abuser is. Taking care is taking advantage of dozens. Dozens of women right. That's those are those are questions that I that I really grapple with And I've gone through guidance. Two heavyweights I would say in the Haredi world. An interesting thing is that I have never been told. Don't say by the top level not talking about the Middle Bureaucrats Gullion Shem Shem says. That's not that I'm talking about the top level. The most brilliant guidance in the Orthodox community I have never received. Don't publish it. I have only received Ito from when I get an answer. The answer is it is your duty to publish this. It is your duty to expose this now. Granted there's a reason for this. I'm the Shabbat Goy. I know that right because none of the rabbinic leadership is going to want to have to do this work. That's why it's exported to journalists but that's I I really i. I have never ever felt a conflict of my religion of my values of my philosophy with the work that I do It's a question I get a lot especially when I go to more right wing You know communities to speak. And that's that's a problem. That's a problem. That's even a question because in a VM. The profits right about the importance of seeking truth. Importance of listening to the lowly of you know of seeking justice of you know pursuing justice for the widow and the orphan. And that's that's literally the bulk of our literature and I think we've forget about that and And that sort of sounds like really liberal and progressive. I get that but but that's the truth. That's the actual tax. That's literally what I Sean tells us to do. So I for me it's never been a question Socially of course it's uncomfortable. I mean you know it happens a lot. I know that you know I. There are a lot of. I have to navigate a very complicated social minefield and to be honest. No I would publish something. Even if someone would tell me not to. Yes I would. I would publish it but again I've never also I mean listen I I'm I'm careful about who I'm going to. I'm not going to the Satmar Rebbe for these questions. I'm going to rub redundant that that. Who's you know? World View I think lines with mine So I have not you know. I think I would pub. I can't imagine having a story that I would not publish because someone told me not to or I I don't know I can't imagine how getting no Because these are stories by the way that are really be cauquenes fish literally you know. I think they are life and death situations You know and and it's not always a threat even something as simple as One of my latest stories about a About sex education and the Orthodox community and how you know there are major gaps you know in the way our co teachers are premarital education Looks Right now and I and I decided to focus one of the things that I try to do. In journalism is not really to talk about the problem necessarily as much as finding that one person who's finding a solution and kind of elevating them so it does bring one to talk about the problem but there is also inherently in the story solution. I'm not interested in writing another bed just bashing the community for not doing this. Well no I'm going to go find that young really vivacious from women on instagram. Who has fifteen thousand followers has talking to her followers about? You Know Basic. You know sex ed basic health so and and really kind of give her a platform in my page is to talk about the important work that she's doing So even something of that sort. It's not life and death but I think it's extremely important for our communities health and again I've never I've never. In recent years I have not received major pushback. I really receive support and again I think a lot of it is because.

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"ceo publisher" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

05:51 min | 1 year ago

"ceo publisher" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

"The bottom of the hour kids are hurting themselves getting some pretty bad brain injuries will tell you from what and the what might surprise you right now though director of national intelligence Dan coats is leaving his job next month that'll into two year tenure marked by president Donald trump's clashes with intelligence officials he's another top level official in a growing list of those leaving the trump administration what's really behind the departure and how big of a shake up is this with us now we have two people CEO publisher Suzanne Kelly of the site for brief which analyzes national and global in security matters as well as former congresswoman Jane Harman from west LA who is now the director of the Wilson center she served on major security committees and her nine terms in Congress and played a key role in creating the intelligence director thank you both for joining us let's start with you Suzanne it Dan coats a sensibly gave in his resignation but one suspects that it was because he may have been fed up I think there have been some profession for a little more than a year now that there was some bad blood between down because the president over something that down because he said beginning with that statement he made it a security for my summer which didn't really have the president in a very favorable light and and I think you think pension kind of continue on since then he has consistently kind of gone back to the president when their advantage which is like that and and kind of apologized but he's also really held firm to a lot of the things that the intelligence community has found over the years including information into investigations and Russia that I think also never really thought well with the president so the rumors are White House are that that you never never really got along all that well I think on there are a number of concerns about him leaving not so much with him leaving but more focused on his replacement will pay we are also joined by congresswoman Jane Harman from west LA and miss Harmon wanted to ask you does this all come down to the rush investigation is is this the wench pen of what this departure is all about I don't think so first of all let me commend Suzanne and site for brief which she publishes which is something I read regularly is very thoughtful and informative about the intelligence community and for those listening and I want to know more you should check it out but on this I think it was a series of things Dan coats is a good guy he's not in my political party back when I was senior Democrat on the house intelligence committee he was on the Senate intelligence committee and we worked closely together over the years he then became ambassador to Germany where he represented the U. S. well then he ran for the Senate again and was doing a good job when he was tapped for this he was doing the job we set up in legislation the job is to being the joint commander across seventeen intelligence agencies which were disorganized and didn't speak to each other on nine eleven that's why we set this thing up they do the joint command across and and to make sure they do what they're supposed to which is to speak truth to power they don't make policy but they're supposed to have an accurate picture of the plans and intentions of our enemies mostly I guess our friends to so that policy makers have a good read on what to do and that's what he did he said it straight on North Korea they're still a nuclear threat he said it straight on not ISIS although we've destroyed their caliphate their so called real estate they're still a threat and he said it about Russia in terms of meddling with elections and that's the view of the intelligence community and maybe president trump didn't want to hear all that but I sure hope that his successor is confirmed will also speak truth to power and since you mentioned the successors Suzanne tell us a little bit about the the gentleman that president trump would like to filling Dan coats shoes with hi yet our had his name submitted formally by the president but of course the president did say this is the choice is a congressman from Texas who serves on the house intelligence committee that we have no depth of experience on intelligence that shares which may not present a hurdle for the president it remains to be seen whether that would present a hurdle for the senator he would have to confirm his appointment but it would certainly have a long way to go to convince those in the intelligence community thank your work because their their work before politics a lot of them are concerned today just about whether or not they find certain things when it comes to Russia North Korea any of the items that Jane Harman just kicked off for you about whether they would present difficult news to the president who has made clear that there are certain messages he does not want to hear any longer and that's a real concern at another thing that I'm really concerned about is not necessarily what John rack with all due in this role but what happens to the number killed the president sort of put out a cheese last night when he said that he will soon name an acting director you would assume that that would be his important here right now is the principal deputy director of national intelligence she's a career intelligence official who understand how the apparatus works where the weaknesses and strengths are what the threats are the concern really now is as well yes she is also replaced because she decides to leave or exactly whatever the situation ends with another political appointee that could really send the icy into a bit of a spiral thank you very much that is C. O. publisher Suzanne Kelly of the site for brief and also former congresswoman Jane Harman from west LA does Equifax or your money and if so how you gonna get it when can extend death continues reasons.

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"ceo publisher" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

05:58 min | 1 year ago

"ceo publisher" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

"The bottom of the hour kids are hurting themselves getting some pretty bad brain injuries will tell you from what and the what might surprise you right now though director of national intelligence Dan coats is leaving his job next month that'll into two year tenure marked by president Donald trump's clashes with intelligence officials he's another top level official in a growing list of those leaving the trump administration what's really behind the departure and how big of a shake up business with us now we have two people CEO publisher Suzanne Kelly of the site for brief which analyzes national and global in security matters as well as former congresswoman Jane Harman from west LA who is now the director of the Wilson center she served on major security committees and her nine terms in Congress and played a key role in creating the intelligence director thank you both for joining us let's start with you Suzanne it Dan coats a sensibly gave in his resignation but one suspects that it was because he may have been set up I think that there have been some profession for a little more than a year now that there was some bad blood between down because the president over something that down because he said beginning with that statement he made it a security for my summer which didn't really have the president in a very favorable light and and I think you think tensioned kind of continue on since then he has consistently kind of gone back to the president when there than the Jewish is like that and and kind of apologized but he's also really held firm to a lot of the things that the intelligence community has found over the years including information into investigations and Russia that I think also never really thought well with the president so the room in the White House are that that you never never really got along all that well I think on there are a number of concerns about him leaving not so much with him leaving but more focused on who his replacement will pay we are also joined by congresswoman Jane Harman from west LA and miss Harmon wanted to ask you does this all come down to the rush investigation is is this the wench pen of what this departure is all about I don't think so first of all let me commend Suzanne and site for brief which she publishers which is something I read regularly it's very thoughtful and informative about the intelligence community and for those listening and I want to know more you should check it out but on this I think it was a series of things Dan coats is a good guy he's not in my political party back when I was senior Democrat on the house intelligence committee he was on the Senate intelligence committee and we worked closely together over the years he then became ambassador to Germany where he represented the U. S. well then he ran for the Senate again and was doing a good job when he was tapped for this he was doing the job we set up in legislation the job is to be in the joint commander across seventeen intelligence agencies which were disorganized and didn't speak to each other on nine eleven that's why we set this thing up to the joint command across and and to make sure they do what they're supposed to which is to speak truth to power they don't make policy but they're supposed to have an accurate picture of the plans and intentions of our enemies mostly I guess our friends to so that policy makers have a good read on what to do and that's what he did and he said it straight on North Korea they're still a nuclear threat he said it straight on not ISIS although we've destroyed their caliphate their so called real estate they're still a threat and he said it about Russia in terms of meddling with elections and that's the view of the intelligence community and maybe president trump didn't want to hear all that but I sure hope that his successor is confirmed will also speak truth to power okay and since you mentioned the successors Suzanne tell us a little bit about the the gentleman that president trump would like to ceiling Dan coats shoes with hi yet our had his name submitted formally by the president but of course the president did say that the choice is a congressman from Texas who serves on the house intelligence committee that we have no doubt that experience on intelligence that **** which may not present a hurdle for the president it remains to be seen whether that would present a hurdle for the senators who would have to confirm his appointment but it would certainly have a long way to go to convince those in the intelligence community thank your work because their their work before politics a lot of them are concerned today just about whether or not they find certain things when it comes to Russia North Korea any of the items that Jane Harman just kicked off for you about whether they would present difficult news to the president who has made clear that there are certain messages he does not want to hear any longer I'm not the real concern at another thing that I'm really concerned about is not necessarily what John reckless will do in this role but what happens to the number killed the president sort of put out a cheese last night when he said that he will soon name an acting director you would assume that that would be his important here right now is the principal deputy director of national intelligence she's a career intelligence official who understand how the apparatus works where the weaknesses and strengths are what the threats are the concern really now is as well if she is also replaced because she decides to leave or exactly whatever the situation is with another political appointee that could really send the icy into a bit of a spiral thank you very much that is C. O. publisher Suzanne Kelly of the site for brief and also former congresswoman Jane Harman from west LA does Equifax or your money and if so how you gonna get it when can X. in depth continues thanks afternoon news can I ask you to traffic every ten minutes on the five plus everything that happened while you work for but I turned it on I really feel.

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