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Fresh update on "charlie hebdo" discussed on Start Here

Start Here

00:34 min | 18 hrs ago

Fresh update on "charlie hebdo" discussed on Start Here

"Yesterday. The CDC shed light on just how quickly covid nineteen can spread if left unchecked it offered this case in Wisconsin where teenage boys gathered for summer school retreat yet to provide a negative test from recent months and then self quarantine for seven days before the retreats, the recommended fourteen. But once everyone arrived kids did not wear masks they bunked in dorm rooms people figured you tested negative you must be okay. Won't from one boy the CDC estimates more than one hundred. People at this retreat contracted cove and then returned to their home states all across the country and this retreat this world which cove it was not assumed to exist in which organizers say, Hey, we've got to open up we'll take some precautions, but we can't stay close forever that retreat began in early. July. which is also when the last economic quarter began yesterday, we found out just how much business America did that quarter the numbers were great but if they're still trade offs. To be made, let's ABC's chief business and economics correspondent. Rebecca Jarvis Rebecca. How good was economic growth Brad? It was the best economic growth. We've seen in a quarter ever in history and that followed on the second quarter, which was the worst economic growth. We've seen a quarter in history the transition's GonNa be very interesting but you're going to see some very good numbers coming out of the third quarter to transition. We had this situation where the economy ground to a halt in. March and April. The government put trillions of dollars of stimulus into the economy. In effect this is a wartime level of investment and to our notion and as things began to reopen over the summer months and into the fall you saw rehiring take shape you saw people spending money. A new report shows the economy grew at a record thirty, three point one percent in the third quarter as the country began recovering from the even steeper losses triggered by the COVID. Nineteen shut down. Thirty three point one percent the greatest in his look if I do I mean how many times I say I'll say it five or six times. They're the speech thirty three point one. Now when you think about how much the fall was versus what the recovery has looked like economists say that we're basically about two thirds of the way back purely on GDP basis. So we heard this might not be. A v-shaped recovery could look like a check mark or something like that. We're almost back up there. What would it take to get where economists wanted to be? Well, this is why so many including the Fed chair have been pounding the table saying the government the The Washington needs to do another round of stimulus given of policy actions ultimately proved to be greater than needed they will not go to waste. The recovery will be stronger and move faster if monetary policy and fiscal policy continued to work side by side to provide support to the economy. Until it is clearly out of the woods, there are still twenty two point, seven, million Americans who are claiming some type of unemployment benefits. The additional benefits under the cares act ran out at the end of July I went from working seventy hours to. Nothing, there are no jobs to go back to right now but regardless of people want to go back to work last week seven, hundred, fifty, one, thousand, Americans filed new claims for unemployment benefits. That's that's basically a number that resembles or or is a proxy for layoffs seven, hundred, fifty, one, thousand Americans lost their job essentially last week, we would need to see more people return to work a lot more people return to work and far fewer people losing their jobs for a full recovery and most economists believe that without an additional round of stimulus and really the clock is ticking here a lot of the. Recovery is in jeopardy and it's really uncertain because the number of cases of the virus are growing in the US, there's certainly growing in Europe, and that really does affect how we all feel about spending, and then of course, it affects industries. So it's not a foregone conclusion that the economy goes up from here. In fact, it's possible that if things start to stall out that we take a turn for the worse again, and like you said, it could all change as well. If the virus gets out of control over the fall and winter as well. Rebecca Jarvis. Thanks so much for the insight. Thanks Brad. Next on start here, a terror attack in Paris was as grisly as it gets until an even deadlier one yesterday what's happening in France after the break? Was a shock that was felt across France in mid October when a schoolteacher was murdered in apparent terror attack turn out of that horrific terror attack outside Paris, a teacher decapitated on the street right in front of the school. The hope was this was a one off event example that nobody else would follow will yesterday there was another this time with a higher death toll and locals worried that we might be seeing history repeat itself again in multiple ways, ABC's Maggie Rulli is in the Mediterranean coastal city of niece and Maggie. This is now being classified as a terror attack. Yeah Right. Exactly. The French president came out calling this an Islamic terror attack really doubling down on that point Brad would is so scary and so sad is just the methods that we're seeing this. Really a seems to have followed a lot of the same things that happened in that other attack but we begin with breaking news this morning of a deadly terror attack in the southern France city of niece, this attack happened in like you said, it's a beautiful coastal city, the basilica where it happened inside a church is absolutely gorgeous and to know the gruesome attack that happened to your hope. The Nausea Damn Basilica where people were praying the time the attack entered the church and stabbed a number of people killing three. So, far at least gave oppressor and they they announced that the man who who was the attackers twenty one years old from Tunisia he had recently came into France. They believed that he attacked a people inside this church. He stabbed three people. He killed a man he killed a woman. He also nearly beheaded a woman. Please, date show up to the scene. They tried to get the man to drop the knife ended up shooting and killing him as well. Brad this is really just the latest in a series of attack. It has jolted this country people are scared right now they're nervous I, guess, I'm trying to figure out sort of where this starts and how quickly it escalates because you look a couple of weeks back. You had this murder well back in September, you had the reemergence of that Charlie Hebdo cartoon that depicted the Prophet Mohammed there was a terrorism trial that was happening they republished the cartoon. Murder mid October authorities worried that that lit a fuse of some sort i. think he drove home the point that brand new. This is something that France has been dealing with really for years you mentioned that recent trial Charlie Hebdo, it just seemed to reignite things here in the country the trial started we had one attack against people standing outside of trump had those former offices in September we then had the French President Emmanuel macron coming out a sort of introducing a new legal standard where he wanted to survey. Moss more tightly we're going to stop with the war of words between the French and took his presidents. I've Francis crackdown radical Islam, France's rightwing paper Figo having the strongest reaction to this today on their front page, they accuse of mobilizing Islam against France. It was just about a week. Later, we had that horrible attack on the history teacher people in France really rallied together. You know they came out, they supported each other when it came to freedom.

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Saudi man arrested after stabbing guard at French Consulate

Wayne Cabot and Paul Murnane

00:23 sec | 1 d ago

Saudi man arrested after stabbing guard at French Consulate

"Has been under high alert for terrorist attacks since the start of the Charlie Hebdo trial. Last month, The paper republished a caricature of the Prophet Mohammed, saying it was evidence in the trial and Saudi Arabia says a Saudi man has been detained after stabbing a guard at the French consulate in Jeddah. Officials did not say a motive for that attacked the guard was not seriously wounded.

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Erdogan calls on Turks to boycott French products

Monocle 24: The Globalist

05:40 min | 1 d ago

Erdogan calls on Turks to boycott French products

"Talks president recipe type Erdogan has called for a boycott on French goods as tensions between the two countries rise after President Emmanuel macron called for a French Islam. This follows the beheading of teacher in France after he showed his class caricatures of the Prophet Muhammad published by the Satirical magazine. Charlie. Ever. Let's cross to Istanbul to join the journalist I login Yuck. Leeann also on the line is Philip Malia professor of French and European politics at University College London. Island let's start with you. Why is Turkey so upset? Well the magazine this week published a cover that depicts a caricature of president are due on and suggesting that he's a bit hypocritical about his religious beliefs. He's drinking a can of beer and he's lifting. The skirt of an Islamic garb. So that is Let us set off a firestorm among our close circle They're accusing them accusing the magazine of insulting and have actually sued the magazine for libel. It is a crime in Turkey publishable a punishable by up to four years in prison to insult the president. So that has been the latest twist. In this in the spat, but they've also putting a ban on French goods. That's correct that stems from President Macron's a recent pledges to. Ensure. That Islam does not affect the French way of life and French values describe that as a relaunch of the Crusades an attempt to Spread like cancer the Islamic phobia that already exists in Europe according to Don So there, but the dispute doesn't just start there between Turkey and France on they are at odds over a number of issues including the war in Libya and including the search for hydrocarbons in the eastern Mediterranean as well as the conflict in Nagorno-karabakh. Absolutely, and we'll come back to those in a moment. I just want to bring Felipe here to talk about what my chronic said. I mean he's saying that he's been misquoted. Yes I think that that's what he says and to to be fair in this Ongoing Saga Domestic Saga in France that is around the shaggy bill cartoons the latest of course, the latest terrorist attacked a couple of weeks ago. This teacher who was beheaded in France by terrorists the the trial shall you do are all taking place as we speak, but there's a lot of things going on and to be fair my call has always been has has never been the hotline in this. In this debate about the cartoons is a bit more of a solo rather than. So in a sense, it's been unsound aim to be to be branded suddenly the most Islamophobic person in fraud I don't think used to be fair but the issues for sure it's been misquoted in a sense i. think he said, yes that they were issues with Islam. which probably was a rather undiplomatic way of putting things to wealth stage. I think he's presented essentially the new bill on socal separatism, which is quite controversial in France and probably. Is, yes implicitly targets in the Muslim population in France but it's true that if French I'll probably surprised how at ten suddenly the sued relationships and and how the sort of tension has related between the two countries of late. To. Be Fair that the two men have been at loggerheads for a long time so it seems on the train side. For advil hand, it's almost protects the those at the story of the call tunes because inside the being as your guests. Until you have just said, there's been real geopolitical issues and disputes between the two countries for one now. Yes. Well, I wonder how much of this also has to do with Turkey's domestic politics I mean we know that there's a huge economic crisis is this a diversionary tactic? It certainly helps distract people from the issues surrounding the economy and our one has been accused of using any number of foreign problems to distract his voters This in particular might resonate because the fact that it's religion and this is something that people hold. So close to their hearts on think that people are filing necessarily know every twist and turn. Of the issue. But when they hear of Charlie Hebdo, the satirical magazine, they might recall the images of the Prophet that the magazine published previously and that. Sir. Association. So when are two one talks about insulting Islam that's what comes to mind. Not The fact that published an image of political leader on the cover and so if bob he does have an impact. You know anything to get people's minds off of the fact that the jobless rate is soaring. The currency in Turkey has lost about forty percent of value this year against the dollar There's real economic pain here. So the certainly can help can help change the debate now.

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Turkish leaders condemn Charlie Hebdo cartoon of Erdogan

BBC Newshour

00:18 sec | 2 d ago

Turkish leaders condemn Charlie Hebdo cartoon of Erdogan

"Took his vowed to take legal diplomatic actions over a cartoon of President Receptive Erdogan published in the French satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo. The magazine is no stranger to controversy. Back in 2015. It published cartoons depicting the Prophet Mohammed. Something considered offensive by many

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"charlie hebdo" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

02:26 min | 2 d ago

"charlie hebdo" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Turkish officials are railing against the French satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo over its cover page cartoon mocking turkeys leader President Erdogan spokesman said the cartoon was an attempt to spread cultural racism and hatred. Itwas, he said, the product of the xenophobic Islamophobic environment the French leadership seems to want at the weekend, President Erdogan said his French counterpart needed mental treatment. Because of his attitude towards Muslims and Islam. This followed President Macron statement earlier this month that Islam Waas a religion in crisis, the BBC's Orla Garrin satellite images show Iran has started new construction at its nuclear site. The U. N nuclear agency acknowledging Tehran is building an underground advanced centrifuge assembly plant to replace one that blew up last summer. News and analysis townhall dot com Growing calls among Senate Democrats to end the filibuster if they manage a victory in the November election. The filibuster requires a 60 vote threshold to advance a bill to a final vote, giving the minority party some leverage in a divided government to cause delays and try to force compromise on Bill's a dislike part of what's supposed to make the U. S. Senate, the world's greatest deliberative body. Now Democrats are hearing increasing calls from within their own party. To eliminate to filibuster if they went back to majority calls it of echoed even louder with the rapid confirmation of Judge Amy Cody Bear it to the U. S. Supreme Court Buying new reporting. London's Heathrow has lost its title is Europe's busiest airport after the covert 19 pandemic grounded flights and Britain failed to approve passenger testing. It could scale back quarantine requirements. Paris's Charles de Gaulle airport, now the busiest on the continent. I got on Wall Street this hour, the S and P futures down 48 points. More on these stories, a townhall dot com Balance of nature's fruits and vegetables in a capsule changing the world. One life at a time. I've always been sick, my whole life. You know the cold going around. I got it. If the flu's going around, I got it. Since I've been on the product he's been like 56 years. I haven't been sick period. I don't get cold. I don't get the flu. I start to feel something coming on. I just start taking a few more each day. And then yeah, and then it goes away in and that's that. I tell everybody about it..

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Turkish leaders condemn Charlie Hebdo cartoon of Erdogan

Hugh Hewitt

00:39 sec | 2 d ago

Turkish leaders condemn Charlie Hebdo cartoon of Erdogan

"Turkish officials are railing against the French satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo over its cover page cartoon mocking turkeys leader President Erdogan spokesman said the cartoon was an attempt to spread cultural racism and hatred. Itwas, he said, the product of the xenophobic Islamophobic environment the French leadership seems to want at the weekend, President Erdogan said his French counterpart needed mental treatment. Because of his attitude towards Muslims and Islam. This followed President Macron statement earlier this month that Islam Waas a religion in crisis, the

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Suspect in teacher's beheading in France was Chechen teen

AP 24 Hour News

00:42 sec | Last week

Suspect in teacher's beheading in France was Chechen teen

"History teacher was attacked and killed on the street in a Paris suburb for allegedly holding a class discussion on cartoons. The Prophet Mohammed. Here's the apes. Mike Rossia, a history teacher who had opened the discussion with students on caricatures of Islam's Prophet Mohammed was beheaded Friday on a street in a town northwest of Paris. Police later fatally shot the suspected killer. The French anti terrorism prosecutor's office says it has opened an investigation for murder with a suspected terrorist motive. French media report. The suspect was an 18 year old Chechen who was born in Moscow. The attack came as a trial is underway on the January 2015 use room massacre at the satirical newspaper Charlie Hebdo after it published caricatures of the Prophet of

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Suspect in teacher's beheading in France was Chechen teen

Outside the Loop Radio with Mike Stephen

00:44 sec | Last week

Suspect in teacher's beheading in France was Chechen teen

"Police shot a suspect They're after the gruesome beheading of a history teacher near Paris, and the suspect was an 18 year old Chechen. Here's the AP is Mike Ross CEO, A history teacher who had opened the discussion with students on caricatures of Islam's Prophet Mohammed was beheaded Friday on a street in the town northwest of Paris. Police later fatally shot the suspected Alert. The French anti terrorism prosecutor's office says it has opened an investigation for murder with a suspected terrorist motive. French media report The suspect was an 18 year old Chechen who was born in Moscow. The attack came as a trial is underway on the January 2015 use room massacre at the satirical newspaper Charlie Hebdo after it published caricatures of the Prophet of Islam. I'm Mike Rossia. Chechnya is a

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French Police Fatally Shoot Man Who Beheaded Teacher on the Street

AP 24 Hour News

00:44 sec | Last week

French Police Fatally Shoot Man Who Beheaded Teacher on the Street

"The Prophet Mohammed. Here's the apes. Mike Rossia, a history teacher who had opened the discussion with students on caricatures of Islam's Prophet Mohammed was beheaded Friday on a street in a town northwest of Paris. Police later fatally shot the suspected killer. The French anti terrorism prosecutor's office says it has opened an investigation for murder with a suspected terrorist motive. French media report. The suspect was an 18 year old Chechen who was born in Moscow. The attack came as a trial is underway on the January 2015 use room massacre at the satirical newspaper Charlie Hebdo after it published caricatures of the Prophet of Islam. This is AP News The Trump administration overturns an Obama administration rule on

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French Kill Man After a Fatal Knife Attack on the Street

Afternoon News with Tom Glasgow and Elisa Jaffe

00:24 sec | 2 weeks ago

French Kill Man After a Fatal Knife Attack on the Street

"18 year old man beheaded a middle school history teacher with a knife on the street in front of his school officer shooting and killing the attacker after a brief chase. Police say the teacher have received threats after mentioning the controversial cartoons depicting the Prophet Mohammed. Published by the Charlie Hebdo newspaper during a lesson about freedom of expression images, many Muslims find disrespectful.

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French teacher decapitated after allegedly showing Muhammed cartoons

WBT Afternoon Programming

00:29 sec | 2 weeks ago

French teacher decapitated after allegedly showing Muhammed cartoons

"History teacher who open to discussion with students on caricatures of Islam's prophet Mohammed was decapitated in a French street and police have shot the suspected killer dead. A French anti terrorism prosecutor is open investigation into that gruesome incident today northwest of Paris. It was the second terrorism related incident since the start of a trial involving a suspect in the 2015 massacre at the satirical newspaper Charlie Hebdo. Which recently started re publishing caricatures of the Muslim

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Terror investigation launched after teacher decapitated in Paris

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

00:46 sec | 2 weeks ago

Terror investigation launched after teacher decapitated in Paris

"Richard. A street murder prompts a terrorism probe in Paris. Correspondent Tom Rivers report the grisly incident of place in a northwest suburb of Paris, a history teacher who opened a discussion on freedom of expression with students. Involving caricatures of Islam's Prophet Mohammed was decapitated on a French street, responding to a cold police quickly arrived and shot the suspected killer dead. The scene now sealed off is the anti terror investigation continues. France has seen several recent violent attacks carried out by Islamist militants. One late last month involved an immigrant from Pakistan. Who officials say used a meat cleaver to wound to people outside the former offices of the magazine, Charlie Hebdo. That's where terrorist gunned down workers five years ago after the magazine published cartoons of the Prophet

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Paris Knife Attack: 2 Wounded Near Charlie Hebdo's Former Office

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

00:42 sec | Last month

Paris Knife Attack: 2 Wounded Near Charlie Hebdo's Former Office

"There are now reported to be seven suspects in custody in connection with a machete attack in Paris yesterday. This happened in front of the former offices of French satirical weekly Charlie Hebdo. Among the arrested to be suspected assailant in the case. None believed to have seriously wound to people when he attacked him with a machete has reportedly told police he was reacting to the satirical newspapers re publication of cartoons of the Prophet Mohammed. Muslims believe the profits likeness should never be drawn, are published. That's what prompted the deadly 2015 attack. Thie 18 year old Pakistani arrived in France two years ago as a minor local authorities in charge of him said he had shown no signs of radicalization That is Elaine Cobb reporting.

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Knife attack leaves at least two wounded near Charlie Hebdo offices in Paris

Sports Talk with Jason and Ed

00:15 sec | Last month

Knife attack leaves at least two wounded near Charlie Hebdo offices in Paris

"A terror investigation into a knife attack near the former offices of Charlie Hebdo magazine. At least two injured police arresting seven people, including the alleged attacker. No clear motive yet Islamic extremists attacked those officers in 2015, killing 12 people.

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Paris attack: Two people stabbed near former Charlie Hebdo office

Michael Wallace and Steve Scott

00:31 sec | Last month

Paris attack: Two people stabbed near former Charlie Hebdo office

"Investigation after two people were stabbed near the former offices of the satirical newspaper. Shall They have dough? The suspects under arrest? A motive is not known. Both victims are expected to survive. Christof, the lore of the Media Watch group Reporters Without Borders says it's clear the attacker chose that location. For its symbolism. It seems clearly to get an attack against a symbol of shall subdue. It happened in the same street in front of the same building. 12 people who worked at that magazine were killed in the terror attack there in 2015. WCBS news time for

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Knife attack leaves at least two wounded near Charlie Hebdo offices in Paris

Michael Wallace and Steve Scott

00:44 sec | Last month

Knife attack leaves at least two wounded near Charlie Hebdo offices in Paris

"Paris Police have opened a terrorism investigation after a knife attack near the former offices of satirical newspaper Charlie Hebdo. Police believe the machete wielding assailant is an 18 year old Pakistani already known to them. He was picked up shortly after the attack in which a man and a woman was seriously wounded. Christopher DeLuca, secretary general of RSF, reporters without Borders. Has no doubt the location in front of the former officers of Charlie Hebdo was chosen for its symbolism. This is clearly an attack against freedom of expression that as global expects, following the deadly 2015 attacks at those officers, the satirical newspaper now operates out of a secret, heavily guarded location. Elaine called CBS News Paris.

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Paris Knife Attack: 2 Wounded Near Charlie Hebdo's Former Office

WBZ Midday News

00:28 sec | Last month

Paris Knife Attack: 2 Wounded Near Charlie Hebdo's Former Office

"Were wounded in a stabbing attack right by the former offices of the Charlie Hebdo paper in Paris. Authorities say a suspect has been arrested, Police flooded the neighborhood near the Bastille Plaza in eastern Paris. Quickly cordoning off the area. The motive at this early stage unclear also unclear whether it's linked to Charlie Hebdo trial of individuals accused of helping the Charlie Hebdo Attackers over five years ago is currently under way across town. Tom

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Paris Knife Attack: 2 Wounded Near Charlie Hebdo's Former Office

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

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Paris Knife Attack: 2 Wounded Near Charlie Hebdo's Former Office

"Underway in Paris after at least two people were wounded in a stabbing near the former offices of the satirical newspaper Charlie Hebdo. That was the site of the 2015 attack by Islamic extremists in which 12 people were killed here in New

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Terror probe after 2 stabbed at former Charlie Hebdo office in Paris

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

00:41 sec | Last month

Terror probe after 2 stabbed at former Charlie Hebdo office in Paris

"Investigation is underway in Paris after at least two people were wounded in a stabbing near the former offices of the satirical newspaper Charlie Hebdo. That was the site of the 2015 attack by Islamic extremists in which 12 people were killed. Here in New York Police Commissioner Dermot Shea tells Fox five's Good day. New York They're in contact with Paris authorities. We have liaisons stations around the world, including Paris way are engaging with the authorities in Paris on this Mama counterterror terrorism units under John Miller and then under Martine Matarazzo chief Marty Matt around There is a suspect in custody in Paris. So far, no info on him and no information about those wounded. Two

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Knife attack near former Charlie Hebdo office in Paris

Frank Beckmann

00:21 sec | Last month

Knife attack near former Charlie Hebdo office in Paris

"Have opened a terrorist investigation into a knife attack near the former offices of the satire newspaper Charlie Hebdo that left two people with serious knife wounds. Police have made an arrest the trial in attacks that occurred there in 2015 at the offices of that magazine is currently underway. 15 people were killed in that attack. The

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"charlie hebdo" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:55 min | Last month

"charlie hebdo" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Ah, a knife attack this morning near the former Charlie Hebdo offices in Paris, France, for people are hurt. Police believe they have the suspect in custody. Political editor Mark Perelman from New Resort News Organization France, 24 Says the attack comes just as the trial gets underway for the suspect in the terrorist attack on Charlie Abdo five years ago. Head of human resource is of shallow door had to leave her home just a few days ago because she had received threats. We've seen threats published by the Islamic state by Keita in recent days. And obviously not on Ly is the trial going on? But the caricatures which really put shall Edo and the cross hairs of Islamic radicals several years ago were republished just as to struggle. Starting and reporter Chris Moore is on the scene of the stabbings in Paris this morning before people get hurt. From John Catholics. The French from now attending a crisis meeting at the Interior Ministry that two of those are said to be a serious critical condition. Knowing the Charlie Hebdo attack Five years ago, a dozen people were killed, including a top editor, 11 Mohr, injured after the paper published satirical cartoons. On the Prophet Mohammed, The outside of the U. S. Supreme Court lit up last night as Mourners continue to pay their respects to Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg Mohr From ABC is Terry Moran. Chief Justice John Roberts spoke briefly and simply of his longtime colleague and unlikely pop icon, The notorious RBG. It has been said that Ruth wanted to be an opera virtuoso, but became a rock star instead. The chief justice, speaking for the court and the country. Of course she will live on in what she did to improve the law.

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"charlie hebdo" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:54 min | 2 months ago

"charlie hebdo" Discussed on KQED Radio

"So Daniel Prue did not die that day. A week after his arrest, Daniel Prue died. On DH. The chief of police has said that once that occurred, thie case was handed over to the attorney general's office. Okay, well, we will continue to follow this story. Lots of questions. Porteno Elevens With w X x i radio. She joins us by spite from Rochester. Thank, you know. Well, thank you so much. To France. Now we're more than a dozen people are on trial in connection with the 2015 attack against the satirical magazine Charlie have dough and a kosher supermarket outside of Paris. 17 people died during three days of violence, and the three men who carried out the attacks were also killed. NPR's Eleanor Beardsley joins us from Paris and Eleanor remind us what sparked these attacks. Well, This'll magazine Charlie Hebdo. It's a satirical magazine, and they're very irreverent. And they you know, they poked fun at leaders, especially religious leaders, but they're equal opportunity. Let's say abusers so What? What prompted the attacks are they would often have caricatures of the Prophet Mohammed. Like there's one example. You have Mohammed crying, and he says, I just hate it that so many idiots love me. You know so things like that, and that they also poked fun at the Pope or Moses or Jesus so anyway. That you know, angered regular Muslims. But itjust inflamed so called radical Muslims, Islamists and two brothers fed up with the magazine just stormed the editorial meeting that day, January 7th 2015 shot the security guard. I mean, the magazine had frequent threats, but You know, no one had ever acted on it. And then they went upstairs in the meeting and literally just slay them in cold blood as a satellite around the table planning their next issue of the magazine. Three Attackers were killed as I mentioned Who are the people on trial for this crime? And what are they charged with? Yeah, The people on trial are well. 11 of them were in the courtroom. Three of them are being tried in absentia. 10 of them have been brought from prison because they were friends of the three gunmen in prison. They're accused of providing getaway cars, money, guns, safe houses and things like that. They're expected to say most of them were providing things for Amedy Coulibaly and he's the gunman who attacked the kosher supermarket. They are expected to say that. Yes, we helped him get guns because their finger prints are actually on these guns. But we thought he was going to do a hold up on a Brinks truck or a bank. We had no idea he was going to carry out a terrorist attack, so they're accused of giving them the tools that they needed the three gunmen to carry out these attacks. How long is this trial expected to last And and what could the sentences be? Yeah, The trial is in the last 2.5 months. There are 200 plaintiffs. There's going to be more than 144 Witnesses is going to be very, you know, emotional and gut wrenching. Already, the coverage is plunging France back into those Terrible three days in January, 2015 that could be sent us from 10 years to up to life in prison. But it's going to go on a while and it's going to be meant to be a cathartic experience They've been interviewing, you know. The wives of some of the slain cartoonists, family members, and so it's supposed to be a big catharsis for the country. I mean, this is a really painful moment for for France, remembering all of this. You said it's going to be cathartic, but but it's also going to open up a lot of wounds It is and it's very strange because we're in such a different time. Now. You know you go out in Paris. I went yesterday to the old offices of Charlie Hebdo, and there's a plaque on the wall when you see the door that the.

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"charlie hebdo" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:31 min | 2 months ago

"charlie hebdo" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Election Day. It's a move, supporters say will save lives, but critics claim is a political ploy. In a test of the voting system, President Trump tells voters in North Carolina to cast ballots twice by mail and in person, which is not only illegal. It's a felony in that state still too close to call. A Suffolk County judge allows counting to continue in the Democratic race to take Joe Kennedy seat in the House. Another close call. This time A man is recovering from injuries in Waltham after a flying manhole cover slams into the side of his car. Terrorism on trial in France. More than a dozen are facing charges in the day deadly Charlie Hebdo attacks dating to 2015 CBS News correspondent Elaine Cobb has details in Paris 11 Week trial will trace how two brothers plotted the deadly attack on the offices of Charlie Hebdo. And how they closely coordinated their movements with the man who killed a policewoman and then took people hostage in a Jewish supermarket. 17 people were killed in the three days of attacks on trial, or 14, people charged with helping the three Attackers. They face sentences of between 10 years and life in prison. Elaine called CBS News Paris trial expected to last until November, an investigation now under way in Maine. After a Charles Town man is found dead on Little Deer Isle 82 year old William Lamb had been reported missing by his wife after failing to return from a trip. In his rowboat in Penobscot Bay..

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"charlie hebdo" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

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01:30 min | 2 months ago

"charlie hebdo" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

"Taking place over the course of 3.5 weeks. Fox News Sunday anchor Chris Wallace will moderate the first debate on Tuesday, September 29th Steve Sculley of C SPAN and Kristen Welker of NBC News will moderate the 2nd and 3rd respectively, Susan Page of USA Today We'll ask the questions at the VP debate between Mike Pence and Kamala Harris. The president has publicly criticized Chris Wallace recently, saying the Fox anchor is tougher on Republicans than Democrats. Pence Harris debate the only one is scheduled for October. 7th 10 10 wins in 10 10 wins dot com will carry all four of the debates wins news Time for 54 5 years after the attack on the French magazine Charlie Hebdo. 14 suspects are going on trial in Paris correspondent Tom Rivers is covering that Charlie that former French president Francois Hollande recalling the dramatic and deadly attacks, describing them as attacks against France, speaking in a radio interview, he says his decision to send in security forces to the location where the Attackers were holed up, was one of the most weighty of his presidency. Those now on trial and Frances terrorism court. Accused of buying weapons cars and helping with logistics trial's expected to last four months. 17 people were killed in the attacks. Wednesday's time 4 55 Hiring could be challenging, but ZIP recruiter makes it fast and easy. We talked to Monica Starks, who needed to hire for her company GS Group as the owner of a construction company..

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"charlie hebdo" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

WBT Charlotte News Talk

02:22 min | 2 months ago

"charlie hebdo" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

"Responsible for organizing anti police violence in cities across the country. Meeting with the president, Attorney General Bill Bar confirmed that outside groups have been largely responsible for the violence. We were picking up information that That the's violent instigators were coming to Kenosha were coming from California. Washington State a lot from Chicago. It was violence for violence sake. And once again, we saw the hijacking of a protest by hard core group of radicals in Chicago, the city's police chief, not commenting directly on an FBI report that warns that gangs are targeting officers boxes Alex Hogan reporting there are now two tropical storms. Of the Atlantic Basin will neither is expected to be a factor for the mainland. U S topical Storm. Nana is headed towards the Honduras and Belize coasts and will likely become a hurricane. Tropical storm. Omar formed off the Carolina coast but is moving away from land and is expected to dissipate in the open sea. Butt out off by the western coast of Africa. There are two disturbances moving west, which are ripe for tropical development. Evan Brown Fox News in France today trial beginning for the accomplices. Of the 2015 terror attack against a satirical French newspaper 13 Men and one woman are on trial for the 2015 attacks that killed 17 people, including staff members of the Charlie Hebdo paper and others at a kosher supermarket. All three gunmen who carried out the attacks also died that day, which is my 14 of their accomplices face charges, including terrorist conspiracy and complicity in murder. They're accused of buying weapons cars and helping with logistics. Most of them say they thought they were helping plan an ordinary crime, not a terror attack, and three of them are being tried in absentia after leaving to join Isis, Tanya J. Powers, Fox News or Motor company, announcing today it will offer early retirement incentives in hopes of cutting its white collar workforce. By 1400 positions, part of an $11 billion restructuring plan that started more than a year ago on Wall Street. Now the Dow is up 260 points this our right to my Bo jangles its bow Tine. I am Steve counts WLBT news. Bt's Day doesn't stop When the sun goes down. Our lives have changed. Yes, but we have adapted so much interest in home schooling. The state website has crashed. The notion that structural inequalities.

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"charlie hebdo" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

05:39 min | 2 months ago

"charlie hebdo" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"To see a little bit of rain on the radar on nothing too serious. As of right now we've got mostly cloudy skies 80 at the American Standard Cooling Weather Center. And let's do some legal stuff. Crime punishment judges legal stuff. Would you say what's happening in France? So there's a satirical newspaper in France. It's called Charlie Hebdo's Oh, yeah, I've heard of that similar to guess the onion or the Babylon B or, like Mad magazine or something like that over here. But it's a big deal over there that they were attacked. And the trial is coming up for the people who attacked them. Back in 2015. There was some Islamic terrorists that stormed the Charlie have no building and left 12 people dead. Now these terrorists were upset that the newspaper did wacky and funny cartoons depicting Mohammed innit? And what they're going to do. What Charlie have those going to do Is that the day that the trial starts they're going to republish all of those Mohammed cartoons just as a way to kind of give a middle finger to say We're still here. We're still standing and Charlie Hebdo. You mean that's that's the name of the newspaper? Correct? The satirical newspaper that was that was attacked in 2015. Right? And they post that a lot of photos, images, cartoons of Mohammed and how much of a sense of humor when it comes to that sort of thing that they don't so on one hand, I love it. I love that they're saying you know what in memory of the 12 staff members that were brutally murdered? For trying to make people laugh. We're going to republish it. But at the same time, I'm legitimately concerned for the staff. I would be at Charlie have dough. I'm sure there are working out of their houses now sure, they're all private residents not coming into any sort of facility because of Corona virus. But, yeah, sure. I mean, certainly watching my back If I still want to work for that, that that satirical newspaper imagine of one of your kids wanted that place, right? And he calls you up. It says Dad, We're not going to take this crap anymore. We're strong. We've got the right to free speech. We're gonna publish these cartoons again the day the trial starts. Wouldn't you be a little concerned? Because if you remember South Park made fun of Mohammed for a little while, and those guys got threatened mouth tray that created South Park And when I think it's HBO Max that purchased the rights to South Park for the streaming service. All the episodes except for a couple have been sent over the episodes that were removed. Were those episodes were South Park made fun of Mohammed. So, Yeah, There's not a lot of sense of humor in there from a lot of folks in the Islamic community. So Charlie Hebdo, they're going all in their re publishing Those Mohammed cartoons. We got more legal stuff here. A woman and Utah is going to prison for 20 years. Because she was buying bacteria off of the dark Web. To make her sick roommate even sicker. What This cheque bacteria off the dark Web. This chick named Janey Ridge. He's 51. She pled guilty to buying bacteria off of the dark Web that caused a staph infections. Now what had happened was her roommate had back surgery was having a hard time recovering. And they had some sort of agreement in place to wear. For whatever reason she didn't make it. The other roommate got her fortune. What was left in her will. So Janey Rit here said, Oh, okay. If that's the case, dark Web, dark Web dark Web and found some bacteria which apparently is like plutonium and back to the future, and you could just find it right away. How can I? I have a quite I'm raising my hand here. I have a question. How does one log onto the dark Web? I have no idea. Is a H t t p a slash slash cole and www dot Dark web dot com. I'm in Google right now. Hold on dark Web. Go Google it. The Dark Web is a world wide Web content that exists on dark nets overlay networks that use Internet but require specific software. We're such nerds, I get office space. Ah, look up money laundering in a dictionary. Looking up the dark Web. There's no link for me to joy Does one say their link when you type in dark Web? In the Google machine isn't an easy browser and navigate. That's not looking for human trafficking, not looking for limbs. Ah, here it is. Bacteria esthetic category on the dark Web. I believe it is. So we've done some illegal stuff from the people who brought you legal stuff we give you have a Winston palm cans. Candy cast tunes Halloween stuff. Have you already seen the decorations in the candy out all the stores yet? I don't go out much, but I'm assuming their their their their Halloween candy is out. It's already in the shelves. Ah, lot of people are wondering if kids are going to be able to trick or treat.

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"charlie hebdo" Discussed on The Fifth Column

The Fifth Column

04:44 min | 1 year ago

"charlie hebdo" Discussed on The Fifth Column

"One of my opposing people made exactly that point Camille that he said, well, if they hadn't have mocked Muhammed in this way, if they hadn't punched down Islam, we wouldn't have had this problem. Of course, the those people who complained about pen America, given the courage award to Charlie two hundred two hundred people at shame them all of them. Who basically said, well, you know, the problem with Charlie does that mocks Islam, and that's really bad. So you know, what do they expect? It's going to happen to them. The Charlie Hebdo massacre was the militant wing of political correctness. That's what it was. It was people saying I feel offended. You have mocked my identity. You have marked my religion. You've mowed my way of life. And therefore, I'm going to visit an extrajudicial punishment upon you, if we treat woods as violence. We sanction the use of violence against was. And that is exactly what happened with Charlie Hebdo. That's what happens on campuses where people get hounded and chase and screened off if they are controversial the mall that we treat a speech as an act of violence, the mall, we legitimize violence against speech. And I think that's the dangerous censorship censorship. Creates a situation in which people become so. Narcissistic convinced that it is an outrage to offend them. It is an outrage to criticize them is an outrage to question any aspect of their belief system. You are green lighting that becoming violent actors against anyone who criticizes them. So I've always argued, and I still hold to this censorship causes formal potentially causes far more violence than freedom of speech. A good. I watched at the behest of my wife, many well a couple of nights ago, the vice interview with lose his name as the card surviving cartoons at Charlie Hebdo, ten eleven minutes, go seek it out. It was an interview done very very soon after the massacre. He shouldn't have been giving interviews nothing pretty soon after that he stopped. But I'm glad that we have a snapshot of a damaged, man. But also someone who's who's trying someone who works in the fields of expression, and is trying to come to grips with all. Kinds of things including I'm not going to let this thing turn me into this other person. And he had some very interesting things that say also about the horrifying sight of seeing you know, the remember the March of all of the arm locked. Authoritarians, and and also western leaders and also western authoritarians together saying that we are all try this wonder bucking Saudi Arabian. I don't know if it was it was a which prince it was but walking on this. And he has comments on this all all of which. Underlines this. And I think that rewatching it like. Exhumed a lot of anger in me about the way that everyone reacted that including he talks about about halfway through how disappointed or not wasn't even disappointed soul crushing. It was to him to see when the New York Times wrote about their I ask issue afterwards, which I have hang up near my desk that has a picture of Mohammed saying, it could be it could be my very clear about that. It could be Muhammad and also like his face looks like a dick which is great upside down. But New York Times wouldn't print the image. It didn't an article about how there's a new cover out in Charlie Hebdo, and like people it's controversial. But wouldn't and you could just sort of see, and and it reminded me of this whole idea of just we Charlie like, no the fuck, you're not you never were. And you're certainly not right now, if you cannot engage in the in the basic journalistic idea of like, hey, this is a controversial image in order to tell you the story. I'm gonna show you the image. No. I'm too scared of getting firebombed, and by that fear expressing and being governed by that fear, who are you enable ING who are you emboldening people? Oh, so it works. Yeah. Are you saying it works? Great stupid idea if you know. Behavior that gets rewarded gets repeated in the classic words. I it will shortly be the thirtieth anniversary of the I taller Khomeini's fatwa against Salman Rushdie in a few days time, if I'd and. What's happened to Europe in particular in those study is absolutely terrifying. Because what's become clear as the Ayatollah has one. He has won the argument his idea that it is wrong..

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"charlie hebdo" Discussed on The Fifth Column

The Fifth Column

04:20 min | 1 year ago

"charlie hebdo" Discussed on The Fifth Column

"You will find people who will profit from going up to line crossing the line, and they will build an audience, and that audience might be hateful, people might be filled people who just don't like being told what to do right, which is a pretty normal anti-authoritarian human instinct there, and you're creating it by like having these enlighten laws. But I absolute an I think the Cornell is a very good example of that. So do you Don as a French comedian, and he's anti semitic, right? Holocaust particular, and he's not the joke. Like, he's an actual actually is and a very popular comedian, very popular. And he's created this thing called the Cornell, which is like a Nazi salute. But a secret one it's an inverted one the swing down if he did the actual salute. I think that's a crime crime in France. So he goes as far as you can go not. And when we get video on this thing, you'll see all the. Camille, I have no doubt that speech can do what you just said. It can cause difficult situations and make people think things I shouldn't think it can make people feel uncomfortable. I think words can wound. I think one of the things the politically correct lobby. All right about is. That was came wound. We all know that from you know, you read you read a comment on an article calling you effing whatever. That's that's not a pleasant experience. So I done all of that. But I've always thought the censorship is far more threatening to to public safety and to everyday safety, and then freedom of speech ever could be. And I think France is a good example of this because twenty five years ago FRANZ outlawed holocaust denial it bandit. You couldn't express those ideas in public now. Twenty five years later FRANZ has an incredibly serious problem with antisemitism and holocaust denial. I think there was a relationship between those two things because the mole that you push these ideas on the ground. Knowledge, right. Yeah. They grow they become attractive to people. He won't be anti-totalitarian. So you in France, you have these particularly in Paris. You have these vast huge immigrant ghettos who all of a sudden are not allowed to express themselves in a public way. So they kind of old start to kind of engage in holocaust, denial speech and ideas, secretly hidden away. And they think is really sexy, and and exotic to do something so anti state, which is seven legal, and it just grows and grows and grows. And now lo and behold out out of every western European country. Probably FRANZ has the worst antisemitism problem. And I do think there's relationship between those two things I think the Charlie Hebdo massacre actually expresses it best of all. The problem with the Charlie Hebdo massacre. Those two guys who killed those people at Charlie Hebdo. They grew up in a country. I FRANZ which constantly told them it was really bad. If anyone ever criticize their religion. It was outrageous and potentially even illegal Michelle Welbeck's, an incredibly well-known provocative, French novelist was arrested in two thousand and two for calling Islam. The most stupid religion on earth. Charlie has forty converted Charlie had to herself had been taken to Colt for speech crimes against religion. So who sent the signal to these two Mudra Llamas that that it was that. It was justifiable to punish people who criticized who sent them. It wasn't necessarily some finger-wagging imam making videos on YouTube. It was their own society. Whether or not it influenced their decision, the the direction the arrow points in the same direction that we from. From saying things at some point. They've said soo- much, and we're going to have to take action. We may find them. We may put them in jail or somebody may come along and stab you. Yeah. I hear all the time in in response to well. You don't know what he meant. Or maybe we shouldn't overreact here. He should've known better. Yeah. As as the response rights, and it's almost like the justification for the Charlie Hebdo massacre was written by western intellectuals themselves off to the event. I I did it too by Trinity College in Dublin, a huge debate about free speech on the right to offend and Charlie Hebdo, and.

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"charlie hebdo" Discussed on This Week in Tech

This Week in Tech

02:31 min | 2 years ago

"charlie hebdo" Discussed on This Week in Tech

"Other one yeah yeah but but you know we have i mean every radio station san francisco after that you know severely improved security we have an armed guard at our door you can't if you're media you know that there are risks definitely remember when charlie hebdo happens you know so nashville is in the same building as a gizmodo media group which was then gawker and the intercept and i believe all three publications published the charlie hebdo chronic the cartoons out after that terrible attack and there were there were number of bomb threats against that building and so i it was one of those things because we're all on the same building i felt i felt bad for mastercard and capital one and some of the other tenants who were kind of like what did we you know what did we get into but it becomes like a real thing like you don't think about it until you know you're talking about leo you're the three ucla thing or you see something that happened with the with the the cassette was just terrible and or something else happens and you have to kind of assess ago oh this is actually dangerous because i think a lot of us when we get into it especially if we're not doing hard news for not you know in war zones you don't necessarily think that you're doing something where your life could be at risk yeah that's and i always figured tech journalism is probably fairly safe knock on knock on wood yeah no i don't think we we ruffle feathers that that much in tech journalism thank goodness couple big stories this week not it wasn't a huge newsweek but apple and samsung buried the hatchet that's kind of a surprising story after good lord seven years started in twenty eleven it kind of following this is a twisted tale all by itself initially apple got a billion dollar ruling than a series of appeals pushed the dispute to the supreme court it turned out lower courts had validated samsung's patent i mean apple's patents so wasn't about the patents it ended up being what the damages would be it went back there were a number of design batons number utility patents eventually the verdict was whittled down to five hundred thirty nine million dollars for apple samsung appealed on that they reached an agreement before could be litigated again that judge lucy cohen that last court case in you to get together and work this thing out and while we don't know.

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"charlie hebdo" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

02:36 min | 2 years ago

"charlie hebdo" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"I don't know i don't know i don't know i don't know i don't know some interesting stories going on in europe and i have been talking about some of them sporadically but i think i'm going to spend a little more time next week maybe get robert spencer and pam geller and some maybe pushy gabrielle on about some of these things last week a petition was started in france and it was signed by a lot of major personalities like the former director of charlie hebdo the former president of the republic nicolas sarkozy three former prime ministers the former mayor of paris gerard depardieu the actor charles is navarre musician isn't it you an old man now and many other famous personalities the statement was published in figaro newspaper and it highlighted the quote quiet ethnic pershing driven by islamist radicalism especially in some of these working class neighborhoods it said quote in our recent history eleven jews have been murdered and some tortured because they were jews by radical islamists this refers to the assassination of alon hymie in two thousand and six the killing a jewish school children and their teachers to lose in twenty twelve the attack on hyper cash share in two thousand fifteen let's see the woman no that was stabbed eighty five times eleven times by the perpetrators before setting her body on fire and the list goes on and on french chooser twenty five times more likely to be attacked by muslims than their fellow frenchman ten percent of the jewish citizens of paris ten percent this is a staggering number are in fear for their lives you know this is a virtual ethnic cleansing and it's kind of funny that the president is you know having this bromance with a leader of france right now i would have some really pointed questions to ask mr mount chrome president chrome like you know what.

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"charlie hebdo" Discussed on Ari Shaffir's Skeptic Tank

Ari Shaffir's Skeptic Tank

01:59 min | 2 years ago

"charlie hebdo" Discussed on Ari Shaffir's Skeptic Tank

"Like what that's exactly the type of shit we're talking about it's a little different though 'cause faris dirty man second call i tell you that i was brought up to hate protestants really this absolutely true store right so my mother so my grandfather's from northern ireland my mother's name is hair o'hare is it real like county down name you know there was a famous actually there was a famous i n l a's offshoot of the ira terrorists called deshea hair who actually cut off a man's fingers one by waves quite horrific guy so it's if if my mother was my father my father was i would also be zero here but anyway my mother was very republican like very pro ira when we were growing up as are most irish americans they don't like to admit that now 'cause terrorism's not as trendy as it was back in the eighties but there was a huge amount of support for the ira here in new york and boston dude things kinda like here with the with the forget who is behind the cartoon shooting charlie hebdo oh yeah yeah and you see all these people on facebook like the muslims would like that's wrong but i guess still have support you should make fun of religion that's what happens and you like you guys got to keep him out fucking shut martin in this case it was less i mean it was it was less about it was more of just basically people believe that northern ireland should be part of ireland you know so nationals believe and you know the unionist unionists are the people that don't even northern irish believed that end southern irish believed that you guys should come over here and northern irish like we should be going over there you will most people like historically why the fuck was divided in the air why was it because of the plantation of ulster it all goes back to the beginning of my history you know 'cause a scots where like we still got shit there because the scottish presbyterians had been there since the sixteen hundred you're gonna tell them their place if just the uk to leave oh yeah this is scott super supercop but those people are very loyal.

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"charlie hebdo" Discussed on News Talk 710 KNUS

News Talk 710 KNUS

02:52 min | 3 years ago

"charlie hebdo" Discussed on News Talk 710 KNUS

"Uh i think it was five five charges i terrorismrelated because it was iit would islamic state inspired numerous harry and related charges an md and of course the plaque could be hackney and this is not the first time i mean look i held a free speech event in carl in texas um a couple of years ago and she had to open fire on our event simply because we were uh you know holding a free speech event and showing it was an art exhibit showing muhammad over the past fourteen 100 years and mahamadou has been depicted in art and literature uh over the past millennium you know but now we are seeing people being killed in order to impose an and really fight violent intimidation in order to impose sharia blasphemy live under islamic law and you know after that event in garland taxes i was blamed much the way uh a rape victim might blamed for wearing for wearing a start uh but i didn't just goaded garland just to show um mohammad you know after the charlie hebdo slaughter charlie hebdo as a french paris week late who is an entire editorial staff was with targeted on cartoonist writers editors with flooded in cold blood because of depth perception that they had offended i or criticize islam and three days not just got three days after they have dose lada muslim leader in this country gathered in ghana in texas and how the conference not in support of the freedom of speech in support of the ideology behind knack slaughter in support of the sharia and so i held a conference in that same danielle in that same room in karlin texas to stand in support of our first amendment right and that's why i was in carl and and of course lie you know mm hmm mm the whole premise is validated by two she heidi attack and of course worse than that the fbi it it it loose subsequently found out with you know in on the planning because they had an ancient communicating with with d g had it which didn't bother me i understood i understand you have to infiltrate these she had south what was deeply disturbing not only with a communicating with did she had if they were at our event david communicating at the event with with the two with my son and would be a fashion uh who were asking how many people there is.

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"charlie hebdo" Discussed on The Andrew Klavan Show

The Andrew Klavan Show

01:34 min | 3 years ago

"charlie hebdo" Discussed on The Andrew Klavan Show

"And almost every bookie rights is the same and as always is this book came out on the day it was released on the day of the charlie hebdo killings remember the muslims went in and killed charlie hebdo like 12 guys in the charlie hebdo magazine because they were making fun of muhammad making fun of muslims and this book came out on that day and of course created a firestorm became an instant teenis bestseller we'll back rights the same book over and over again which is about dissolute frenchman being dissolute sleeping with everything every when they can sleep with getting drunk with everybody more sex more sect more sex and then muslim start killing people this one though is a little bit different or at least he has mastered the form this is a book about the political takeover of france by an islamic candidate so no laws were broken there's no violence nothing happens it is just an election because they had that lewis parliamentary things were people have to form parties and it's just an election where an islamic candidate winds up uh running france and what is so devastating about this book is how realistic it is and i saw a literary novel i read it in translation i can't read french but i read it in translation it's a literary novel so it's not an easy read is not a mystery story or something like this is incredible credibly deep it as incredible bite of reality to it and to watch this guy in his in the western world without faith without he can't believe he can't believe in the christian belief anymore he can't he's immersed in literature but it's kind of an empty.

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"charlie hebdo" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

Progressive Talk 1350 AM

02:47 min | 3 years ago

"charlie hebdo" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

"Arabian his holy land there were men drinking alcohol or watching pornography and women driving cars showing they're all those these were his two complaints against the united states now after the nine eleven attacked george w bush junior shutdown ira for space in saudi arabi gave bin laden what he wanted after he let him get away at tora bora and of course the price oil went up so bin laden got what he wanted what are we want we wanted a world it is safe and secure we wanted a world that works for everyone and we had this moment after nine eleven when all over the world people were saying just like after charlie hebdo you know izui charlie it was i is that we america i am an american to all over there in there was a candlelight vigil in downtown tehran iran the ninety nine eleven there were no muslims dancing and celebrating as donald trump asserted there were night in new jersey it's a lie it's been outer does ally instead all around the world muslims were saying this isn't us these guys don't represent us we are no beef with you this is not us george w bush turned it into an us versus them and instead of pulling the world together as he had the the moment to do instead he followed those card right republican authoritarian instincts of every reaction anything has to be vile we're not going to pull people together we're not going to make a world that works we're not going to strengthen the united nations we're not going to declare these guys international criminals and have all the police agencies and the world look after them when mullah omar who was running afghanistan at the time as the head of the taliban offered to arrest villains third are at the resolution to go into afghanistan in the house the bush completely blew this thing as did the new at neil cuts and they had been pushing for like completely blew it as did the nail kearns are in both parties frankly i mean only barbara leave voted against jeb bush sign that dan rumsfeld signed that and and you know it just it was it was paul wolfowitz who was a rogue's gallery of right well i mean the the project for new american century when aim to attack iraq at this was in six or 7 as i recall and that now leo eli safe we have lost many of our freedoms.

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"charlie hebdo" Discussed on SOFREP Radio

SOFREP Radio

01:44 min | 3 years ago

"charlie hebdo" Discussed on SOFREP Radio

"Like the ied gosh i n dieder so this would be something like you've seen in the movies were like the you know the villains the shady arab guys are like making a backpack nuclear weapon inside a basement somewhere more is that move with george clooney it's pretty bad movie but they have to act like that okay but anyway that the the book is kind of about that it's about a bad guy of villain who has i i n d and sabi writing about that a little bit that's kind of an interesting subject and that's cool the came across that yeah well it's a it's an interesting subject kohl yeah i'm looking forward to reading that there's a lot of interesting stuff in the book um yeah and then the eye another thing that i just wanted to point out we always do a through a bold not always extra haven't done a throat punch of the week in a really long time but i did see that charlie hebdo this is guys could see there this is the picture on there so french magazines charlie hebdo mox victims of hurricane argues neonazis the new issue of the satiric french magazine charlie hebdo the same magazine that published the number of mohammed cartoons the triggered murderous attacks by islamist terrorists seems to mock the death and suffering wrought by hurricane harvey so i know that a lot of americans we're defending charlie hebdo when that happened with the muslim issue yen were saying you know this is a free speech issue but putting this out pretty disgusting for sure i mean all of its disgusting i think um you know even the far left in europe takes these guys with a pretty big grain of salt i don't think they are taken very seriously and obviously they're just trying to be as provocative as possible so that you know so we'll mention them so we'll talk about them.

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"charlie hebdo" Discussed on The Jason Stapleton Program

The Jason Stapleton Program

01:34 min | 3 years ago

"charlie hebdo" Discussed on The Jason Stapleton Program

"Because criminals don't pay attention to laws and it doesn't matter whether you live in a country where they completely outlaw weapons of any kind like like france or whether you live in america were we got the three hundred million firearms it doesn't matter when the enemy wants to come for you they will find a way to get the weapons that they need to do it it's what happened in charlie hebdo in france is what happens here in america america's what happened with the bombers in the uk when they want to her chewed they can hurt you in this is something that you understand when you deal a lot with security and i spent a great many years working insecurity if someone wants to kill you bad enough that they're willing to give up their own life nothing can stop them no layers of security eventually you're gonna find yourself at a softball game or you're gonna find yourself at a diner with your family you cannot unless you want to go into solitary confinement at if a guy wants to get to you he can get to you there was a there was a uh fbi after the oklahoma city bombing ended up putting up a bunch of security measures and preventing people from accessing the the inside of these buildings so that you couldn't drive vehicles down in and do so so they're trying to prevent some of the attacks that some of the ways that the that that the fbi had been attacked and the next shooting came from outside the building is people walking into work.

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