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"diab" Discussed on Sky News Daily

Sky News Daily

05:09 min | Last month

"diab" Discussed on Sky News Daily

"You've got a situation. Where in the weeks after the explosion. The government led by the prime minister. Hassan diab resigned. Had a mobile. You can imagine the reactional streets fury that anger the domon per accountability and justice there were protests there were clashes with the security forces in the immediate aftermath about blast walls. People were still trying to repair and return to some sort of normality as difficult as it was then. Lebanon went into this period of trying to form a new government. Now that takes a long time. Historically we've seen this process repeated before the man who was tasked with forming a new government. Who is himself a former prime minister. A man called saad hariri had waited until now to try and form a new government and ultimately after a year of negotiations. Discussions disagreements with other political parties. He has now stepped away from that role. He's quit as the pm designate without even being able to form a government. He said i can't do this anymore. I agree with the president. He is the expected or incoming prime minister and the sitting president have disagreed over the formation of the cabinet. Lebanese politics is very complicated..

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PM Diab: Lebanon could 'lose control' of coronavirus outbreak

Noon Report with Rick Van Cise

00:45 sec | 1 year ago

PM Diab: Lebanon could 'lose control' of coronavirus outbreak

"The Middle East are stroll still struggling to contain Covad 19 in Lebanon, the deadly explosion at Beirut's port earlier this month. Has only accelerated the spread of the virus maybe sees Georgiana Miller has more from Jerusalem caretaker Prime Minister Hassan Diab. His warning Lebanon could quote lose control of the cove in 19 pandemic that just a day after a new record was set for daily deaths, new cases have been spiking doubling per day in some cases in the wake of the devastating Beirut port blast on August 4th that's likely due to overcrowding at hospitals, large protests and clean up groups and renewed family gatherings. Health crisis Now looms as calls for political reform and new elections persist but remain unanswered. Giordano Miller

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Lebanese government resigns after Beirut blast.

THE NEWS with Anthony Davis

01:55 min | 1 year ago

Lebanese government resigns after Beirut blast.

"On the economy is impossible to comprehend. Lebanon's prime minister stepped down from his job on Monday in the wake of the catastrophic explosion in Beirut that is triggered public outrage saying he has come to the conclusion that corruption in the country is bigger than the state. The move risks opening the way to drag out negotiations over a new cabinet amid urgent coals for reform, it follows a weekend of anti-government protests after the August fourth explosion in Beirut's port that decimated the facility and caused widespread destruction killing at least one hundred and sixty people and injuring six thousand others in a brief televised speech off to three of his ministers resigned Prime Minister Sandy. APP, said he and his government was stepping down the moment typified Lebanon's political drama since October that has been mass demonstrations demanding the departure of the entire sectarian based leadership over entrenched corruption, incompetence and mismanagement, but the ruling oligarchy has held onto power for so long since the end of the civil war in one thousand. Thousand Nine hundred ninety that it's difficult to find a credible political figures untainted by connections to it. Diab blamed corrupt politicians who preceded him for the quake that hit Lebanon after the Catastrophe Diab who was a professor at the American University of Beirut? Before he took the job at sought to stay on for two months to organize new parliamentary elections and allow a map for reforms. But the pressure from within his own cabinet proved to be too much his government which was dominated by the Hezbollah militant group and its allies and seen as one-sided was basically doomed from the start tasked with meeting demands for reform. But made up of

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Lebanese PM steps down after deadly blasts and protests

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:30 sec | 1 year ago

Lebanese PM steps down after deadly blasts and protests

"Head of Lebanon's government has stepped down amid violent protests following last week's deadly explosion in Beirut. Here, CBS's Vicki Barker long delayed elections failed to loosen the grip of Lebanon's entrenched ruling class whose corruption at negligence thes protesters and multiple international observers blamed for last week's deadly blast. Now the reformer Prime Minister Hassan Diab and his cabinet Are bowing to the protesters, 158 people died in the explosion last week, more than 6000 of them or injured.

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Lebanese government resigns after Beirut blast, public anger

BTV Simulcast

00:23 sec | 1 year ago

Lebanese government resigns after Beirut blast, public anger

"The government of Lebanon has resigned after last week's devastating explosion in Beirut. Cabinet quit amid rising public anger at the blast, which is now responsible for at least 200 deaths and the destruction of a large part of the city. Prime Minister Hassan Diab said. It is the biggest disaster in recent Lebanese history. And blamed corrupt political elites for sabotaging his

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Lebanon accuses Israel of provoking border escalation

BBC Newshour

00:15 sec | 1 year ago

Lebanon accuses Israel of provoking border escalation

"Prime Minister Hassan Diab accused Israel of violating Lebanon sovereignty and called for caution. Israel says its forces thwarted an attempt by Hezbollah, which is backed by Iran to infiltrate Israel. Hezbollah denies any military operation.

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The Devil's Chord: Satanism in Music

ODDDIO Podcast

06:23 min | 1 year ago

The Devil's Chord: Satanism in Music

"A look into my eyes. You will see who are my name is Lucifer. Please take my hand. Those lyrics from a song called neighb- recorded by Black Sabbath in one thousand nine hundred seventy hi I'm FAO Hsun and today. We'll talk about satanism. In Popular American Music Wikipedia Satanism page states the following prior to the public practice satanism existed primarily as an accusation by various Christian groups toward perceived ideological opponents rather than a self identity religious studies scholars say that the very definition initiative the term has a history of being designation made by people against those whom they dislike. It is a term used for uttering and in the Bible Satan and the word was used as an ordinary noun. Meaning the adversary the terms satanism and Satanist I appear in English and French during the sixteenth century and Satanism didn't become an official religion until nineteen sixty six when the Church of Satan was established by Anton Levay besides being being a philosopher and occultist Levy was a musician who played multiple instruments including the Oregon in addition to his infamous satanic mass album. Other other albums would be released by levay in the nineties. This leveraging of music by the very person who established the Church of Satan made historical sense in context particularly Italy regarding art and entertainment where the concept of Satan has long been used as a symbol of expression. Many classical compositions were said to be vehicle for the the devil particularly due to the use of a specific combination of notes. A unique cord within music itself that was associated with evil. Known as the Devil's record the notes when played together has many other names including Diablo's in New Jersey. GotTa Latin for Devil and music or the devil's interval. The Tri tone the tree and the Flathead v basically. It's a combination of notes that when played together in accord become the musical equivalent of the Hebrew. GBD'S ABC's the court can be found in compositions from Beethoven and Wagner and even jazz composition such as the girl from EPA Nima and the Song Maria from West aside story fender dot com actually gives budding guitarists a tutorial on how to create the devils cord and it serves as a great description of what it is so our read it quote in simple terms tripod or yod is a fifth played. One Fret down to play of latiff with a G.. Power Cord place so your first finger on the third fred of the low e string. That's the root note or the G.. Now put your third finger to frets up on the fifth fret of with the a string. That's the fifth in this case the D. to complete the power cord placed your fourth finger next to your third finger on the next ring over the the destroying. That's the octave of the root note. Another G. strummed together. These three strings create a pleasant sounding. Chord G. D. G.. But but if you take your second finger and played a frat down as a D. Flatt instead of a d. it creates a flat. V when played after the I G or plucked slowly in a g root note G Octave d flat flat v Progression. It creates a dissonant or ugly tone especially with distortion and that that is the devils cord in their infancy. The genres of Blues and Jazz were routinely referred to as the Devil's music partially due to the innate rebellion within the sound and the lyrics themselves but also partially due to an institutionally dehumanized regard of black musicians and black people. In general neural. The devils cord first appeared in rock music when Jimi Hendrix used it in the opening of his classic Song Purple Haze it would later become a staple in the repertoire are black Sabbath. Who are cited as one of the pioneering bands of the heavy metal genre and it would be heavy metal that took the devils cord and ran like a bat out of hell? Oh with it with numerous metal bands. Such as Metallica slipknot and slayer who even named their nineteen ninety eight album. Diab Bula Sin Musica but it was black black Sabbath perhaps more than any other modern band that may the devils core part of American mainstream music the band which like every rock band at at the time was originally rooted in Blues. They first called themselves the Polka Tall Blues Band and then later they call themselves earth it was the latter name Earth Earth that presented a challenge as it was being used by another English group at the same time they were also inspired by nine hundred sixty three horror film called black Sabbath. That started the legendary Boris Karloff. They saw that a local horror movie. Theatre had a line of people waiting to buy tickets and intrigued by the appeal of this type of content. They went ahead head and wrote a song also titled Black Sabbath. The lyrics were based on a horror story and a nightmare. One of the members of the band had these horror movie lyrics combined with the foreboding introduced by the devils core helped the band create an unprecedented experience in music. According to Wikipedia the new sound was a a quote stark contrast to the popular music of the late nineteen sixties which was dominated by a flower power folk music and Hippie culture and an attempt at creating the musical equivalent of horror films and quote the commercial success of this new sound came despite being initially critically panned hand along with marketing stunts such as releasing titles on Friday the thirteen and recording music in dungeons it was clear. The dark side and music was connecting connecting with audiences it would be black Sabbath commercial embrace of the devils cord along with horror and demonic symbolism and themes that influenced every metal act that followed and laid the groundwork for every sub genre from the blackest and truly demonic to grunge to popular bands such as Nirvana van Halen soundgarden and Marilyn Manson

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If you're on diabetic medication, you have diabetes

Harmony with Food with Meg O'Rourke

01:13 min | 2 years ago

If you're on diabetic medication, you have diabetes

"Yeah. If you're on a medication for diabetes, no, you don't have prediabetes. You have diabetes. So what people are saying. Oh, I don't have diabetes, and I'll be like, but you're unmet foreman your glucose and they'll be like, oh well I just take a pill for that. But I don't really have it. And it's like no, you can't have your cake and eat it too. If you're on a diabetic, medication you have diabetes. I don't care. What semantics your doctor uses? You know I don't I don't like the word prediabetes. I mean, either you have it or you don't, don't give people this, this notion that you don't have diabetes yet. And guess what? If you do have prediabetes, your chances of developing diab-. As the years go on are huge. So you better wake up and start looking at your hemoglobin A one C that looks at three months of your, your blood sugar levels. So you can't te- you can't eat really good. And then get your blood sugars taken. It doesn't work that way. You can't cheat with the hemoglobin ANC. It looks at three months back averages all your blood sugars. So if you're not getting that done at your doctor's office, I say that you need to be your own healthcare advocate, and you need to

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"diab" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

02:34 min | 2 years ago

"diab" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"Eight eight six four five seven seven. So now, we're spending a couple of minutes talking about the futures market. Now, the futures market is a leverage market as well that allows you to trade with a lot less capital to be able to generate really higher returns. Now in the futures market. There's a lot of different areas, you could potentially focus on you. Have your indexes or indices like the S and P five hundred the Dow the NASDAQ you could typically investor trade the overall markets and just keep it, very simple. You have your currency futures. You could trade most currencies in the futures market. You could trade futures on commodities like oil, silver, gold could trade bitcoin futures. That's a hot one right now. A lot of people like to trade that as lots of volatility there. But the thing with all these different futures is they all move differently. You know, some of them move slower some of them move faster. And the question is really what's best for you? All right. And that's why people really coming in to really get educated. And look really learn what is. Best market for them to be investing or trading in. I truly believe there's a market out there for everyone. I just find most people end up investing or trading in the wrong markets, and when you investor trade in the wrong markets, you typically lose money, and you typically get frustrated, and that's why you kind of work with students really help and figure out. Okay. You know, what the best? What's the best time of the day for you to invest in trade Diab nine to five are mornings better for you evenings better for you. You know, how much capital are you willing to risk on a trade? You know, what time of the day? Do you wanna do this? You know, what are your goals? Do you want to be more? Like a short term. Trader look a day. Trader, you know, have an average trade time of a few minutes, or maybe you want to hold positions for a couple of hours or a couple of days everyone's different. And there's multiples of everything you could be a short term trader a longer term investor, and the the big thing is just to make sure you're investing or trading in the right markets, and like these leverage markets futures their tax way more favorably. So if you're really doing this for income, and you want to generate income consistently in the markets, you obviously typically wanted investor trait something that's tax more favorably. You're able to keep more money in your pockets in the end of the day. And I'll give you an example. We talk about the S and P five hundred futures trade the S and P one point of moving of the S and P five hundred eagles fifty dollars the SNP typical typically moves about fifteen to thirty points day. So if your goals generate one hundred bucks today, all you need. It's like a two point movement. Trading thing of it like one share one contract of the S and P five hundred if you want to see how this works and see how you do this. And.

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"diab" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

02:34 min | 2 years ago

"diab" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"Eight eight six four five seven seven. So now spent a couple of minutes talking about the futures market. Now, the futures market is a leverage market as well that allows you to trade with a lot less capital to be able to generate really higher returns. Now in the futures market. There's a lot of different areas, you could potentially focus on you. Have your indexes are indices like the S and P five hundred the Dow the NASDAQ you could typically investor trade the overall markets and just keep it, very simple. You have your currency futures. You could trade most currencies in the futures market. You could trade futures on commodities like oil, a silver gold could trade bitcoin futures. That's a hot one right now. A lot of people like to trade that there's lots of all tilde there. But the thing with all these different futures is they all move differently. You know, some of the move slower some move faster. And the question is really what's best for you? All right. And that's why people really coming in to really get educated. And look really learn what is. Best market for them to be investing or trading. It. You know, I truly believe there's a market out there for everyone. I just find most people end up investing or trading in the wrong markets, and when you investor trade in the wrong markets, you typically lose money, and you typically get frustrated, and that's why you kind of work with students really help and figure out. Okay. You know, what the best? What's the best time of the day for you to invest in trade Diab nine to five what are mornings better for you evenings, better for you. You know, how much capital or you wanna risk on a trade. You know, what time of the day? Do you wanna do this? You know, what are your goals? Do you want to be more? Like a short term trader a day. Trader, you know, have an average trade time of a few minutes, or maybe you want to hold positions for a couple of hours or a couple of days everyone's different. And there's multiples of everything you could be a short term trader a longer term investor, and the the big thing is is just to make sure you're investing or trading in the right markets, and like these leverage markets futures their tax way more favorably. So if you're really doing this for incumbent he want to generate income consistently in the markets. You obviously typically want investor traits something that's tax more favorably. You're able to keep more money in your pockets in the end of the day. It will give you an example. We talk about the S and P five hundred futures trade the the overall s and p one point of moving of the S and P five hundred eagles fifty dollars the SNP typical typically moves about fifteen to thirty points a day. So if your goals generate one hundred bucks a day, all you need. It's like a two point movement. Trading thing of one share one contract, the S and P five hundred if you want to see how this works and see how you could do this..

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"diab" Discussed on Stay Tuned with Preet

Stay Tuned with Preet

04:26 min | 2 years ago

"diab" Discussed on Stay Tuned with Preet

"Number assigned to Eric listen when he was incarcerated seventeen years earlier for the murder of Bronx livery cabdriver named bheith diab-. The letter was addressed to a gang prosecutor in my office who had long since left SDN, y but it nevertheless made its way to the inbox of one of the offices veteran. Investigators John O'Malley the note from listen made a dramatic but not uncommon claim. I have been incarcerated for seventeen years for a crime. I didn't commit and the reason I mentioned that story and give a preview of something that hopefully, many of you will read about in a few weeks is that I began teaching at NYU law school again this past semester at Tita seminar on the elements of criminal Justice. And I have a hundred grade students who are eager to learn about the criminal Justice process. And I bought a special guest to my class. And my special guest was Peter cross who was the tireless lawyer for listen who wrote that letter that I just described. And in my entire time at the US attorney's office when I ran that place when most inspiring things that ever happened was the work done after he received the letter by John O'Malley veteran investigator, my office principally along with other people, including Margaret Garnett who was chief of violent crimes at the time to work day after day after day to corroborate the story of Eric listen and five other people who are in prison for crimes, they did not commit. And so I think from time to time as we discuss the role of prosecutors in some questions were asked about that that I answered at the beginning of the show and the discussion of whether or not they make good candidates for office, and whether or not we should think about criminal Justice in a particular way, it is important to remember as I often tried to remind folks in my office that you run just as fast to exonerate the innocent as you do to convict the guilty and the most inspiring story from my. Time was the way in which Jonah, Molly and Margaret Ornette listens. Lawyer Peter cross when against other prosecutor's office district attorney's office that was reluctant overtime to undo. What if you're done before a little bit slow? I hate to say to right the wrong. And this particular case the reason that John O'Malley. Was struck by the letter he read was that it described a crime that sounded eerily similar to a crime that he'd already heard about. Shooting in the same time period in the same place in the Bronx. And the reason he had heard about it before he had been lead investigator on prosecuting and flipping to men some years earlier who had in the course of their cooperation agreement process with the government with the SDN y confess to that crime. And so, but for John O'Malley reading that letter, but for John O'Malley deciding he wanted to go back into the facts re interview the two men who had told him about the crime years earlier read the trial transcripts of Eric listens case and his co-defendants and his resolve to get Justice done. It would not have been and a tragic miscarriage that was already in place for seventeen years probably would have been forever. So I was just reminded of the good work that prosecutors and investigators do sometimes with defense lawyers who teamed up together to make sure that Justice was done for Eric, listen and five other human beings who lost most of their adult life because there was a miscarriage of Justice. So it's just a reaffirmation of a central point that sometimes gets lost in public debate. Whether you're talking about Muller's office, or you're talking about SDN, why are you talking about various DA's offices Justice is not about putting people in prison. Justice is about doing the right thing. And sometimes that means getting people out of prison 'cause like it sometimes it means not prosecuting people dislike it, sometimes means giving people a second chance all those things. Depending on the circumstances are important vital and central to not only doing Justice, but having people have faith that Justice is being done those. Are the kinds of things. I talk about in my class. Those are the kinds of things that I think, you know, I talk about on the show and the kinds of things I talk about in the book. Well, that's it for this episode of stay tuned. Thanks again to my guest. David frum. If you like

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"diab" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

01:51 min | 2 years ago

"diab" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"All right. We're back with Dr Neil Levin. Okay. We talked earlier about this toxic world in which we live. You sent me. This list called the dirty dozen. Now, this is not the list of actors in that war movie from fifty years ago. This is a list of the twelve most contaminated, fruits and vegetables. And let me tell you something. Unfortunately, several of these are in my kitchen right now. As we speak. So what can we do about this? I'm thinking about that old war movie, telly Savalas and Charles Bronson was kind of a scary movie there. But yeah, you're right. I mean this list is scarier because we're eating these fruits and vegetables on a regular basis. So I'm gonna read it right now. This is called the dirty dozen list. These are the dirtiest fruits and vegetables in terms of that's decide residues in America. So listen carefully. Because a lot of these are in your kitchen right now. So we have apples, strawberries, grapes, celery, peaches, spinach, sweet bell peppers, imported nectarines, cucumbers, cherry tomatoes, imported snap peas and potatoes. Now get this Pat every sample of imported nectarines and ninety nine percent of the apples tested positive for pesticide residues. Diab ridge potato had more pesticides by weight than any other food. A single grape sample had fifteen different pesticide residues on it and samples of celery cherry tomatoes, imported snap peas and strawberries. Each had thirteen different pesticide residues on them each. No. I don't want to scare you away from eating more fruits and vegetables, quite the opposite is true. I've been talking for years now I've been promoting eating more fruits and vegetables. But the point is it's so nice that when OJ CD organic juice cleanse, you're getting thirty different organic superfoods. You're getting Khris if respectable the berries, all the superfoods, and you're getting them, organically nature intended. And you're leaving behind what you don't want because it doesn't have any of the.

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"diab" Discussed on Kotaku Splitscreen

Kotaku Splitscreen

02:33 min | 3 years ago

"diab" Discussed on Kotaku Splitscreen

"But some of it is just how dare they put Diablo on a phone that makes no sense. And that's not for me core gamer and others. Definitely that as well. And even that is like just as idea of something that doesn't exist, and so it's your own assumptions about what it should be. And I don't know it would be kinda neat if it was an amazing phone game. But I don't think it's got to be. So I think maybe some of this anger will end up feeling like it was quote on. Quote justified and then that's kind of upsetting to me too. Because I feel like some of it isn't founded in reasonable sentiments, especially because we know that yellow forest getting made I mean, so you said when you were describing how their blog post Jason you basically use the word basically said basically, it said that wasn't going to be there. But that basically was doing so much work because it didn't actually say also that thing, and that's the big concern here. I think I don't think it's only about the fact that the was on phones, I think it's about the fact that is on phones and people have not and they have not said anything about the album for I'll be used his vague. We have multiple Diablo projects in the works. And if they would just frigging say, and it's just baffling. It's inexplicable me that. They wouldn't just say, yes, we are working on a new Diablo game for PC without even saying you don't even have to save the name like save the name the big title of the album before for like when you have a cinematic, teaser, whatever. But like just say we are working on a new Diab. Blow game for PC. That's all you need to say to isn't that setting a precedent that at the following year's plays calm. There will be a cinematic because like once you announce that you have a game, and it's going to be titled it's Diablo game. Even if you don't say it's yellow four I feel like that then primes people to assume. Okay. So next year we're going to find out about it. I don't I just feel like that's the the away that expectations have been built. And even that is part of the way that these events have been run for so long, and that entitlement, perhaps that that audiences now have about how much they get to know. And what they get to have. I wonder I think it'll be interesting to see how example Bethesda announcing elder scrolls six like forty years in advance or whatever they did how that plays out. And whether there could be a new Norma stab on that front. I mean, it could come to just be. Yeah, we just help people working on. And then maybe next year you say, yeah, we're still working on that. And we don't have anything to show you sorry. But we're still so that was brilliant because the reason. They did that is because the fall at seventy six, and it's like, hey, here's this multiplayer survival thing. But don't worry. We're still making.

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"diab" Discussed on We're No Doctors

We're No Doctors

03:01 min | 3 years ago

"diab" Discussed on We're No Doctors

"Foot pain. Because my feet were hurting so bad. I don't eat great, but I also don't. I'm not a sugar person. I'm like a savory car person. I've a savory car person that's gonna be. The title is episode, but that would be a good one. So sure is really my fate. I'll get like an ice mocha, or you know, sugar in my coffee, but I don't eat a lotta sugar. However, I'm just. The other night, you know, laying there my feet were aching is just like. I wonder if this is the same pain you get from diabetes and I shouldn't have done that because it was just hours of like me just re. It's like, I'm a diabetic, a diabetic. Is horrible. I am fairly sure that's not what it is because it's my entire feet. It's my shins. It's all the way up to my knees affects my back a little bit. I wouldn't got orthotics. The prescription prescriptions prescription orthotics is out of thing. Yeah. I, I had some from my doctor years ago. They seem to help somehow I lost them. I think what I got a new pair of shoes, I failed to put them in the new shoes. Anyway. I can't find my actual orthotics, but I did go and get some doctor shoal ones and they seem to actually be helping, although I need to, you know, this part of my plan. Once I get some free time, I need to go see my podiatrist. Who I love. See if he can just make a new pair of orthotics, but it's because I've been standing so much. It's, you know, I didn't episode a superstar awhile back and it was like a full day like it was like twelve hours of just standing and then it didn't help it. Everything else I did after that on American Princess and the a lot of standing. Even then I was out running errands when I wasn't working just for some reason I was on my feet more than I usually am. And the weird thing is what I when I m standing or when I'm walking, everything seems fine. It's just later when I'm laying down. That's the other thing I was like, it's not diabetic because it's really only once I relax. I feel like diabetic foot pain would be a constant. That's why they have like diab- shoes for people diabetes socks because it's a constant pain, right? If any of you have diabetes. And deal with that foot pain. Please Email me 'Do docs podcast g. mail dot com..

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"diab" Discussed on The Michael Knowles Show

The Michael Knowles Show

01:45 min | 3 years ago

"diab" Discussed on The Michael Knowles Show

"I feel like a foreign correspondent my own country. Okay. Just replace the maga- hats and the Trump signs and the president and the press and the country, and the era, and the location and the weapons. And if your place everything, then it's like another thing. Okay, that's fine. That makes sense. I feel like what? What he's these, that this is a like when journalists are killed. Which journalists have been killed because of Trump supporters, which ones any? No. Okay. That's what I thought from author Khallid diab- Diab die of Trump's endless vilification of the media will almost certainly lead to vigilante violence against journalists. If Trump succeeds in weakening American institutions sufficiently, he could wage air one style crackdown on his media critics and independent journalists. Did you know that? Did you know that Donald Trump is like the dictator of Turkey, the Islamists dictator of Turkey? I didn't know that I didn't even know Trump was in his lamest who he, that guy really can slip through the cracks. You know, he really pulled the wool over all of our is. That that's what you're seeing from the the supporters of Jim Acosta. The people who believe these crocodile tears that the supporters of the mainstream media does any Trump supporter want there to be violence on media figures? No. Have you heard one tr- Trump supporter in in the media and elected office coal for violence against the mainstream media? No, you can't. You can't. You can't show me an example of that, and there's no pedantic point pointing to the epidemic point to the incidents doesn't exist, but have you heard even elected Democrats calling for violence against Trump supporters? Absolutely. You have Maxine baby, take it away. If you..

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"diab" Discussed on Q: The Podcast from CBC Radio

Q: The Podcast from CBC Radio

05:05 min | 3 years ago

"diab" Discussed on Q: The Podcast from CBC Radio

"What has been my experience? What has been the experiences of those around me where where there's a narrative coherence to our existence when that has been a Chievo in some ways, some of those earlier fears fall away, and I think it safe to say that your protagonists solution to to feeling whole again, feeling substantial among as as well as the writing and the work and all that is also to look for love. What is it that he's hoping to find through love? I. I think you know, there's a, there's a novel written by a Sudanese writer, diab- Salih called season of migration to the north. I read that in grad school and the protagonist of that novel was going to conquer the west inland through his sexual conquests. And I think somewhere in in the back of her mind, there was a, how shall I say a gentler version that I had of someone who is going to shape his identity, who he was by looking into the eyes of someone he loved. In other words, seeing in the eyes of the beloved once identity. I thought that would be a different way to or a new way to present immigrant identity. I thought people when the look at immigrants, the perhaps thing he wants my job, they don't think he wants love just looking to pursue that line, you know? And in the case of minor Reiter I think somewhat unfortunate maybe, but there is no. The way that he stumbles through his love affairs being irresponsible, you, you know, you say he stumbles through love, and in fact he does end up hurting some of the women he cares about as well, right? He's not. He's not a perfect person by any means, no, you've written you didn't wanna pass too much judgment on your own protagonist. What do you mean by that? I guess I was maybe if he was sitting here with a psychoanalyst, the psychoanalyst would say maybe I did not want the reader to pass judgement on me, but I'm not qualified as a psychoanalyst will give us implants, which is people an aim for righteousness. And I think the writer should leave that to Heiko judges or to people who are arguing for cases, writers should present humanity in all its flawed qualities. And in that way, I did not want to be harsh because I want to not be righteous. I just wanted to be real. I've not known people who have lead perfect lives. I only know of people who have taught about perfection. But have had to deal with the imperfections. So that's that's what I meant. The last thing I wanted to ask you is Kayla builds a new self by writing as a new young immigrant. What did writing and storytelling in the US offer you at first at first? What I had carried with me rightly or wrongly was a sense of bitterness and rage against the officer who would grant me my visas every time to go back home and come back while I was pursuing my degrees, I felt humiliated every time. And when I started writing what I called at that time, love poems for the border patrol. In writing those poems, which was sometimes joke. Sometimes you know, full of invective. I thought I was answering back. I was I was finding voice. Later, it became more a sort of reckoning. For example, we were discussing a little while ago away of nostalgia, and I wrote about how the soft what I called the soft emotion of nostalgia was often turned into the heart emotion of an mental in the diaspora. Why were Hindus in North America sending gold bricks for the destruction of an old mosque in India and for the building of a temple. So that became another kind of effort at articulating my own identity in the diaspora, who did I want to be? And by this time, by the time to come to this novel is just the sort of taking stock of my youth and of trying to say, where we I in the present and how when there have been voices raised, let's say by people like Donald Trump and his followers, which in some ways reducer humanity, how do we say that we as immigrants have a full. Name do all sorts of human emotions, including the forbidden emotion of desire. Is really it was a pleasure to read this book. Thank you so much Kamara. New novel is called immigrant, Montana, and is out now. Love CBC podcasts. Help us make them better. Take our CBC podcast listener survey. Now at CBC dot CA slash podcasts. The quick survey will help us improve your favorite CBC podcasts, CBC dot CA, slash podcasts..

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"diab" Discussed on Masters in Business

Masters in Business

02:24 min | 3 years ago

"diab" Discussed on Masters in Business

"Of the songs on guitar diab really publish them on piano because that was the commercial market but guitar was extremely popular those guitar mania in europe in the nineteenth century but so but they want classical guitar players in in the stylistic sense we look at them as classical in the john r that we scribe as classical but really they were finger style plays from my perspective and and what happens by the middle of the nineteenth century the guitar loses popularity because the piano is become such dominant instrument but in america the guitar became very popular guitar banjo extremely popular and so kind of the focus shifts so that and there were great players on a lot of them played marching guitars too i mean monty was really kind of the instrument of choice of the american what they called pala music and that's not a derogatory term polymathic israeli light classical music an very specifically kind of middle class kind of musical experience because there was no recorded music so you would play in the polly you play the piano if you could afford or guitar if you couldn't afford a piano on sometimes both so there's a continuity about all of this but my argument is you don't have to look at it through the segovia paradigm sagoes you what we'll go the the gravitas to the to the promotion of the instrument that allowed it to exist in the classical concert hall but guitar was qatar music was played in all kinds of concert environments before enduring segovia zero and the twentieth century in america you get steel strings came into play because gut strings with very unreliable and nylon really didn't get used for guitar strings till the nineteen forties and so but the stylistic aspect of it tended to gravitate much more towards jazz and blues and everything else but but my argument is if you wanna understand the music you don't have to be restricted to be playing on a nylon string guitar with you know with your left left leg up on a footstool and the guitar in a very specific position that you can you can play this music on any and and you know so like.

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"diab" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio

As It Happens from CBC Radio

02:07 min | 3 years ago

"diab" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio

"Move back there well you know i my heart is old there and i'm i know my mom friends family you know one of the things that always made me so proud to be from there and when i win around the world as an athlete i always tried to represent our people as best as i could i do believe you know one their lover and i'm always on the radar and it's something i i would i always dream to do so i'm not sure when that's going to be and what that looks like because we have committed queuing ottawa but one day i hope so we will leave them when miller thank you thank you very much wani corn miller was the lead plaintiff in a case challenging the mary out ghetto to membership rule in her mohawk community of gun awa gay today a quebec superior court judge ruled that law is unconstitutional turns out that canadian officials were a lot more involved in sending hasan to france than we were originally told mister diab is the ottawa condemning who spent three years in a french prison before being told that there wasn't sufficient evidence to even take him to trial that lack of evidence had been raised by mr diab's lawyer during his extradition case will now our colleagues at abc news have secured documents showing just how hard canadian government lawyers worked to overcome any weakness in the french extradition case donald bain is hassan diab's lawyer we reach mr bean in ottawa mr bain how much did the canadian department of justice help extradite hassan diab defense it's a question of what the department of justice did in combination with the unfortunate.

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"diab" Discussed on Christpoint Church

Christpoint Church

01:43 min | 3 years ago

"diab" Discussed on Christpoint Church

"Because that's what the enemy does they are blows the greek word for the war devil is throw and that's what he does the devil throws things that your mind day in and day out teeth rose things is any diab loves to throw the accuser up the brother it he throws things that your mind day in and day out why is he throwing things that your on so we can make a penetration in your heart and penetration in your spirit that is why jesus and matthew chapter four he said no no no no you're not going to penetrate my heart jesus picked up the word of god and he began to throw the word of god back the enemy if you're gonna make it in the battle you've got to learn to throw back the word of god at the enemy diablo stiff perot in our mind listen to the ten spas who were negative instead of the two spies who were positive the enemy just constantly throats things in this woman in this passage for so long lived under the unbrella of infirmity did she could no way imagine herself be free have you ever imagine yourself being better than you are how do you ever imagine yourself be and freer than you've ever been have you ever imagine yourself walk in and victory more than you've ever walked in victory before argue so accustomed to defeat in struggle that you can never lift up your head this woman was so accustomed to it the she couldn't even lift up her head.

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"diab" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio

As It Happens from CBC Radio

01:40 min | 4 years ago

"diab" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio

"Hassen diab is once again free to speak on monday the ottawa kme iq returned to his family in ottawa after being freed from a prison in france canada extradited him there more than three years ago to face trial for the nineteen eighty bombing of a synagogue in paris that trial never came what did come was a series of orders for mr diab to be freed on bail but each of those orders were subsequently reversed then on friday a pair of judges simply throughout the case against him they concluded that the evidence against him was too weak to even justify a trial hasn't diab joined us earlier today from our auto wall studio missed it in how are you a so far so good as they say he if we were talking with your yesterday as we tied to say that this interview and you're driving around the car for the kids hand life was like it is for any dad in ottawa all kinds of demands and everything what was that like for you yesterday it was a great day especially with the kids like uh the crazy of the go the happier to go with the one thing they want to jump on me they want to play they want that full attention and zhanna says old concentrate i sit on what she said on me i can talk to other people licken so she wanted full concentration and there was some competition with her brother like who wants to get my attention you can't you can't put the price on that.

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"diab" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio

As It Happens from CBC Radio

01:40 min | 4 years ago

"diab" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio

"Hassen diab is once again free to speak on monday the ottawa kme iq returned to his family in ottawa after being freed from a prison in france canada extradited him there more than three years ago to face trial for the nineteen eighty bombing of a synagogue in paris that trial never came what did come was a series of orders for mr diab to be freed on bail but each of those orders were subsequently reversed then on friday a pair of judges simply throughout the case against him they concluded that the evidence against him was too weak to even justify a trial hasn't diab joined us earlier today from our auto wall studio missed it in how are you a so far so good as they say he if we were talking with your yesterday as we tied to say that this interview and you're driving around the car for the kids hand life was like it is for any dad in ottawa all kinds of demands and everything what was that like for you yesterday it was a great day especially with the kids like uh the crazy of the go the happier to go with the one thing they want to jump on me they want to play they want that full attention and zhanna says old concentrate i sit on what she said on me i can talk to other people licken so she wanted full concentration and there was some competition with her brother like who wants to get my attention you can't you can't put the price on that.

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"diab" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio

As It Happens from CBC Radio

02:02 min | 4 years ago

"diab" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio

"It is the goal he has been hoping to get for more than three years mr feili is married to university of auto while professor hossin diab and 2014 mr diab was extradited to france to be tied tried for a murderous bombing at a synagogue in paris but that trial never came regardless despite a series of orders for his interim release mr de abb has remained behind bars and then this morning has india called his wife two french judges had found that the evidence against him was so flawed that they ordered his unconditional release we reached rania to feili shortly afterwards in ottawa missed fatty what did your has been have to say to you when you talk to him this morning you know honestly i don't remember exactly what he said i share very happy to hear than you so i think the whole day probably going to be a bit of it blair so i don't really cool way but i mean no he was he was happy you want it to speak with the kids and to see how they are doing but nothing greely of absolute significant just happiness and where is he now the unit where wh whereas he's out of prison but where is he i spoke with him about half an hour at go and he wants with the lawyers at their office now this is we last time we spoke you sal you're living in an alternate universe you said that that one moment of of victory or thinking that your husband would be released within be cancelled out by some other strange twist in this are you feeling confident that maybe this is the beginning of the end of your nightmare i wouldn't say i am confidente because i think there are lots of politics in this case and that our political pressure there could be an appeal of of his release uh but i think for today you know i'm going to enjoy it i'm going to think only both effective and i'm going to hope for the best the two.

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"diab" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio

As It Happens from CBC Radio

02:05 min | 4 years ago

"diab" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio

"Two haas and the arab is going to begin his fourth year in a french prison after all three years ago the auto wall professor was extradited to france it was supposed to stand trial for a nineteen eighty bombing that left four dead at a synagogue in paris that trial has never happened and an investigative judge has ruled repeatedly that the prosecutors do not have a case but every time that happens a second layer of courts orders of professor diab should be held for what it calls security reasons last week another judge ordered that professor dfb should be released under electronic surveillance but this morning his wife got the news that that release border has been reversed as well we reached rania to feili late this afternoon in ottawa missed five the this isn't your first disappointment what did you think when you got the news about your husband's incarceration you know even though if you're a nine that his release or did was was over ten i was really shocked uh i mean i think i i remain stunned for a few minutes uh not sinking like not knowing whether this distance reality what then we live in an also niche words uh because that has been eighth released odors by four defendants uncensored should churches that is consistent evidence that he's innocent you know two french investigative judge had stated that that is consistent evidence that he's innocent the canadian extradition judge he said that the evidence against his is suspect and very problematic and honestly i still don't understand how despite all of this he remains detained for more than twenty years i wanna ask you a bit more about that in a moment but i i know you spoke to your husband this morning before you got some news what did he sink at that point did did you feel optimistic about the possibility release.

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"diab" Discussed on We Watch Wrestling

We Watch Wrestling

01:47 min | 4 years ago

"diab" Discussed on We Watch Wrestling

"So then is radio show yes so then the lawyer his lawyers like your honor that's a character called alex jones that my client alex jones portrays on the air and and tries to argue in court that the show like info wars and all that is satire it's a satire of the news so dan jones goes on his show in character and then as saying my lower moral muller was you're saying that promote lower was saying that japan uber and people entertain us right you know he's not character with real deal everything and lee were at rotten loop in it's the same way if a credible if fucking rush oxycontin addicted limbaugh ever was put in that position all he would make the same argument because right he he while he's talking about people who are drug addicts should go to jail he's a fucking drought a drug addict right fmla but in the shit that he says is so fucking crazy i'm always like he did he does not believe all that he is he knows who and what rush limbaugh supposed to be right and unfortunately there are a lot of fucking morons who will listen alex jones or watch you know routed either somebody and think that it's real you know i don't side with those two idiots but i kind of side with hogan not being like diab protecting himself by saying i was playing character 'cause i have to maintain his he can't be like i could talk about the right now it's believe me whether it's limbaugh whether it's jones whether it's it's hulk hogan whether it's who fucking ever right they're not in it.

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