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"eastern restaurant" Discussed on The Peter Attia Drive
"And in some ways. Prefigured nine eleven. You know that kind of imbalance of forces that you were talking about you know the you know the the coming out of the blue. Who would who would ever have expected it was common is always been common in port. Said little boats would come out and try to sell trinkets and stuff like that or deliver food and so the sailors were used to same boats coming toward them but they had no idea they were waving at the people that were about to kill them. What was involved operationally for al qaeda to pull off the embassy bombing in kenya and in the us cole. Because obviously they were. They were prologue to nine eleven. They were practice runs. They were never the end goal. Well i mean. I guess you could argue bin. Laden's objective was to draw the us into. I think he thought after the embassy bombings that he that would do the trick and imperial to him that we ignored it. So and then the cole bombing same thing. It had to be something more spectacular to get america interested in him. The embassy bombing took place. After al-jihad an al-qaeda had merged. Yeah and some of the operatives. Some of the main operatives in the embassy bombings were warriors men both of these were a catastrophic events that for whatever reason america was not prepared to pay any attention to why do you think that is with all the benefits of twenty one years of hindsight. Why is it that. Neither george w bush nor al gore during their entire campaigns including a campaign that included the explosion on the uss cole. Why was this not a priority. If had happened here would have been a different story but had happened elsewhere. That's one of the reasons. Americans were so vulnerable is our own huber seven in the sense of isolation that we have historically always felt. But why wasn't it enough that it had happened abroad. They were still. Us lives yes. They were and they should have been counted more dearly. They weren't is similar with our wars. Don't you think. I mean we have wars people die. Sometimes there was a tribute to them in the paper and you see their pictures but not often and so is cost of doing business. There's a gap between our role in the world and the people we think we are and i think this was especially true before nine eleven. The reason bin laden attacked us as you know they. He felt surrounded Felt america was encircling the islamic world and they they were under threat. And why would we do that. Well obviously our goal be to destroy islam and in there was at the same time this mandate he had in his mind. That islam has to rise again. You know once it was the super power. It went all the way into middle europe and to southern china. It was an expansionist power and that it should resume that role so you know there was the sense of being threatened by the super and the feeling that islam should replace it and that was i think the dynamic that was driving him and nobody. I don't i can't say nobody. In america very few people in america would have imagined that such preposterous dreams would motivate somebody like bin laden and actually be able to put into effect an attack on this nation. that was seemingly invulnerable. That was so distant. How could you even reach it. And how could you touch it. In a way that would make it suffer as would bin laden wanted america to suffer and he also wanted to humiliate america because i think he understood the power of humiliation. Now going back to o'neill enjoyer. They agreed on one thing which was osama bin laden was a really bad actor and needed to be taken seriously. In fact you argue that no two people believed in more than these two one who headed. The cia's alec station which was in charge of anti-terrorism and the other i forty nine. Which was the fbi's response to that but beyond that they didn't see anything. I i fundamentally o.'neil believed that bin laden and other operatives of al qaeda should be brought to justice in the court of law in the united states. Shoyer and colleagues believed these people should be assassinated. An attempt was made to assassinate bin laden in nineteen ninety eight after the bombing in kenya. Debacle it didn't amount in anything bright. Why is that was. It failed intelligence well flint. And here's of thinking you know that was going on inside the at that time clinton white house. They hit us twice while we should hit them back twice. You know. we're this is the kind of thing you do. Nation states ride you know parallel responses. So we'll bomb hit training camps in afghanistan and will hit this factory in khartoum that we think is manufacturing poison chemicals for al-qaeda actually it was making veterinary medicines and it was one of the main factories in the whole country very poor country and we kill the nightwatchman you know just had nothing to do with any of it but we bomb the camps in afghanistan fingers crossed bin laden would be there. Well he wasn't. He was on the road to go there and then changed his mind and big went somewhere else. It might have happened but it didn't but the point was look what we can do. You hit us. we'll hit you back. Well that's exactly what bin laden wanted the failure of imagination. That you referenced. The there was a failure of imagination but it was coupled with prejudicial ideas about who are dealing with and a tremendous absence of knowledge about the cultures that they you know that our adversaries came from so we just didn't understand and we could understand their language. We didn't know what was going on. And so yeah is not a not a surprise it. Our imaginations didn't rise to the task because we didn't know who we're dealing with and we could not figure them out nor have we really spend very much time worrying about it. Let's just deal with them as if it was russia. That did this. And we'll strike them back proportionally clinton did have the idea you know. He spoke to one of his military commanders about sending in ninjas dropped repel down from cobra helicopters in that's sure surprised bin laden and on balance it wasn't a bad idea. That was probably the right thing to do. Go directly in there. You know but we were still in the remote control phase of our imperial rule. And and i think that that's why partly why we didn't take the embassy bombings seriously. That's not the way we do things. We sin drones over weeks and f16's or we send bombers over and we'd do it remotely and we don't dirty our hands. We don't bloody our hands. And so i think people just thought it would be a nuisance. And you know that we would take care of it so as the planning for the cole bombing is underway. The planning for nine eleven is also underway. These were parallel not cereal operations. Two men come to the united states january fifteenth. two thousand. who are they. These men are collared al-midhar in the waffle house me. There's two saudi guys. They scarcely speak any english at all. They had been in a meeting in kuala lumpur with the cole bombers so cole bombers went off to do their thing and then the the fly first of all to thailand and then they fly into l. a. So how can they do anything you know. They're in a country. They don't understand they they don't speak english you know. Their mission is to go train as pilots but they would not qualify because they couldn't even speak enough english to go into class so this is the first mystery. What are they doing here as it happened that very day that they arrive. There is a saudi figure named bhai yumi omar by yumi. Who happens to be at the saudi consulate and in talking to the minister of religious affairs. That's kind of significant. Because you know they are the as a result of the mecca. catastrophe saudis. Put these imams consulates all over the place and they had a lot of authority so anyway omar by yumi leaves the saudi consulate and goes to a middle eastern restaurant where he happens to overhear. These two guys. Speaking saudi accent is according to him and the saudi government. A total coincidence d- believe that no not at all you know. The families of the victims of nine eleven are suing the saudi government. Trying to get more information about the people there involved in that and by. Yumi is one of the people that they have on their list of people to talk to but by. Yumi is such generous fellow that he offers to help them find a housing in san diego where he has a place and so he fronts them some money he sets them up in san diego and by you. Me and other people in his circle began receiving money from the wife of the saudi ambassador in washington. Dc ostensibly for an operation for the wife or you know these you know but it's significant thousands and thousands of dollars by. Yumi takes these two guys. No off a husband. Miyar to meet a cleric in the saudi mosque and sandiego who was unware ella lucky who later becomes the voice of radical islam. We finally killed him in yemen but whether he was an al qaeda connection has never been established. But wouldn't it make sense..
"eastern restaurant" Discussed on We Travel There with Lee Huffman
"To the ticket counter and get your ticket that night? Yeah. The couple of times I've been off I just showed up and bought the tickets there, but you should also see if you can just buy them online as well. Yeah, that makes sense. Now, I know when people look at travelling, they they always look for like cool souvenirs and those type of things. And sometimes you don't want to bring back a bunch of extra like a little tchotchkes and stuff like that. And now, one of things we try to talk about before we start recording is is the name. Mispronounced s, but second tattoo like getting something like that. It's kind of cool. It's like a little, it's obviously a temporary. It's not like a real tattoo, right? Where you're going to have that for the rest of your life, but it's like one of those temporary tattoos off. That correct. Lady U are half-way, correct. It is actually a very, very real tattoo. So let me explain this a little bit psychic. Want is an indigenous tattoo that comes from South East Asia and it's been around for a couple of thousand years. And these tattoos, there's hundreds or thousands of different variations of birth. Tattoos in each tattoo bestows a magical power upon the person who receives the tattoo. So in other words, you have a in essence, a counseling session with the arse on the Jean is the person who gives you the statue and based upon your situation. He will recommend a different sake and try to for your personal situation. These tattoos are famous Angelina. Jolie has this, you might you'll think of this or you'll Google it, it's five rows off on her back shoulder of a Sanskrit. Language Brooke Shields recently got one the other year and they're sort of a cottage industry of them, owners coming in. And sometimes this is the only reason they come in is to get one of these tattoos. So it's definitely not a Trotsky and you have to be committed, a hundred percent my friend runs off Business called where sidewalks end and he's built relationships up with these are zones across the country, who will sit down with you and gave me one of these tattoos and I'm also an advisor to that company. So, in terms of unique experiences, I think that might be the superlative for some of the people who go to Thailand, oh, for sure. Okay. So I was mistaken. I was thinking it was more like a like a hammer, like kind of like a temporary tattoo. So so this is absolutely permanent. So if you're going to go there mixture, it's something that you want to keep for the rest of your life. Definitely wage. Okay, cool. Well, we've we've been talking about so many amazing things to do there and my buddy ban coming call. Like he's been wanting to take me and some of our other friends there, in Thailand, he's wrong about the amazing food and we only have a couple more minutes. So let's kind of talk about a couple of places he might recommend for us to go get some amazing food there in Thailand, Okay? So this is dead. Come off a little strange for someone who lives in Thailand. I am not a Thai food a. So I actually eat very little Thai food. So this might be it kind of an Eclectic list of suggestions for you. But nonetheless, it's a great list. And as I said, this is a giant Metropolis. Meaning you can get any type of food on any given night in this circumvent area. That's the area with a lot of hotels and restaurants all suggest above 11. It's this unbelievably great set up on, you know, the 30th floor or roof deck, completely open great Vibe, great bar, great food, it's Peruvian Fusion, you can ask for Chef Omar from Peru. So that's, that's one of my favorite places. Another one. We also in the circumvent area, a side street is called soy in Bangkok or Thailand wage. One of my favourites size is called soy Arab and that's soy 3/1 and this street or these couple streets have probably about thirty. Forty fifty Middle Eastern restaurants. So one of my favorite places on 3/1 is Al Hussein for the best Chicken Shack, giant chicken shwarma for $3. So I highly recommend that as well. Since I wishes in one. More Beirut restaurant for a nice food. These are a little higher end and you can find them, they have like three of them in the Sukkot that area. So that's another great place to check out and one other place. So this is Thai food tip semi so I don't know if you like Pad Thai. This restaurant has been serving Pad Thai for like fifty years and years. There is a line of fifty or a hundred people every single night, don't get nervous. This line moves very, very, very quickly. You'll sit down, you'll get some Thai food. The pies, it's under two bucks, a dish. It's delicious and fun place to visit. Oh, that's amazing. I think that's also because it gives a variety of different food options home, you know me, I'm a little picky with food sometimes, so it's good to know that. There's, if I don't like one type of food, there's plenty of other places nearby, the baby have a different flavor and everything else. Rick I really appreciate. You sharing all these amazing tips for Bangkok. I learned a lot and I can't wait to go visit there with my buddy been, but now it's time for The Final Countdown. If somebody only have time for one meal, when they visited Bangkok, where should I go? And what should they eat? Okay, well, this isn't truly a meal. But I'm going to say this is the best thing to eat in the country. It's called mango with sticky rice. So if you like mangoes song, Opinion, the best mangoes in the world are in Thailand. The freshest, the tastiest, the sweetest that alone is Heaven for me. But with the Thai people do, is they make a sticky rice. The sticky rice is also sweet and sugary, they add that into the mango and then they pour on this sweet coconut sauce. It's absolutely delicious. Make sure you get mango and sticky rice, you can get it all round the country all around Bangkok. It should be anywhere from, you know, a dollar to $5, depending on where you are. My little hole-in-the-wall place. It's in Sioux. Come vet. It's soy, 11/1. It's right on the corner of soil, em, slash 1 and circumvent. It doesn't even have a name, but you'll see all the main goes outside and just tell point and tell them, that's what you want. That's fantastic. Now you've lived. Turn off in Bangkok for close to a decade. I'm sure you have some amazing Stories. What's one of your favorite? Yeah, I mean, a lot of great memories, the story or experience was kind of unique wage, kind of like a cottage industry of books in Thailand, are foreigners, who go to type prisons. So, a little bit notorious. You don't want to go to a Thai. Prison awful conditions. So I've read several of those books, over the years and I decided or figured out on my God, I should kind of visit one. So, one of the most famous prisons in Bangkok is called bank one, big tiger and I found an American who was imprisoned.
"eastern restaurant" Discussed on Konfus
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"eastern restaurant" Discussed on Culinary School Stories
"Basically you host an iphone. Six months later you are already best around and feeling some kind of partition and i. I agree that the swiss of the you know the masters of the hospitality. I work fact swissotel in boston. Owned by swiss air. And i was the banquet chef there in boston. And it's worked with a lot of people from europe swiss that have that indoctrination that training and then this their their heart and their passion for hospitality is just so sincere and so true. Not so the school to go back to that. It was a two year program one year or you go for six months and then six months working. How did that work in. So the listeners can kind of compare it to the schools. They may be in now. So in switzerland in gleaner tucker them amazing opportunity to get a degree including or yards so basically. It means that by studying six months in one to do when. I'm learning the basics. The offered up going for the often ear internship random coming back i'm becoming more from miller for european wizened blasts. We are doing our first fine dining surveys and then we are all running little bit more restaurant services so after six months internship. I'm stopping still nine. Months would before before before my second so another six months industry. And then i'm coming back on a bigger project than the academic side of Including mary so to become bent node and then writing my business project. Last surrounding big event and being a students can choose to go picks so basically there. Is you terms internship. Rebounds internship dude herbs internship. So don't we have a senate terms and der eleven weeks so that first two terms is just learning like knife skills basic understanding of the kitchen. Then you go out and you get some experience with that now you come back and then you go into the advanced things the academic classes crummy like the the practical running the restaurant type of thing so awesome awesome. So where do you go to work during those inches that set up by the school or is that something you have to find on your own. I i'd be very independent. I think again. It's part of this is have sparked song it I am so we were bogged. The community facility. We needed to be stronger and I was super happy. That i had a bartman batum and i was looking myself might turn ship place so when off the first intern ship and mice. More dream was always to work. Immediately and star restaurant have any means any restaurant. So i decided in my hand that i'm definitely doing my second internship megyn star so i ride to the point memoranda deceits Sorry to embed and the biggest not the biggest hook them. Goose bam and i did not agreement with the kitchen director but then the first three months of mine I'm proving that emerging rattle. I'm disciplined i'm Reaching olympics patients than they can look three months in michel in stock pond so again man we go back to foot or distant. dc Disavowing these kinds of hard emolument. So i was super happy. That was april. Dura agree months in middle eastern restaurant and after the return for do las terms school and after graduating school now the battle now that s gone me that their opening and they wanted me to work for them. Oh great so you go to the school. Who had the who are. The students like here in the united states. Anybody can go to culinary school if you have the money and you can pay the tuition. Now you get in may be some you know Sat no tapa testing to get in but explain the listeners. How it works at the culinary arts academy in switzerland. How do you apply. Is everybody get accepted Cost tuition scholarships to help pay for that net Basically the school you can find in intimate on the many representatives that all around the world you can apply by internet officials. Urge you to the student body is is from all over the world. They take on the road at our school. We have sixty five. Different nations can imagine mother. Nice meek zero students. We have that and being saying that it's a great opportunity to learn from other cultures that get the brule that school you need to have a english level so you need to pass. The sentimental team used in english the baseline language. That's the common language that she s so we are teaching in english. They are able to take thanks. Gorsuch language courses gem or french a basic Assists and then do have a question over to determine so far from home because like the fifty five different nations so incredible. Mix of cultures and diversity in now ura instructor now at cesar ritz. 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"eastern restaurant" Discussed on The Zest
"Around the theme parks to gain access to these halal restaurants. One of my favorite spots near disney disney springs is called slim's philly cheese steak or philly steak than they offer. You know really good philly cheese steak. They have the basic burgers and things like that but they're philly cheese. Steak thoroughly enjoyed your. That's really smart to be near the theme parks where people are coming from all over the world and never really connected those dots. So we talked a lot about the service that you're providing for people who follow the hal guidelines. But then you have people like me who just love to try delicious food. So what portion of your audience are people who just want to eat kebabs and other foods that they might not get it. Some of these mainstream restaurants so the majority of my following is mostly muslims from across the world and even locals locals. But i do have a sizeable portion of non muslims that are looking for foods in those traditions. So one thing that some people can get confused is that you know halaza as a legal definition and can be applied to any food cooking tradition. So when you're looking to explore different food cultures on you always have the option of finding Options especially if they're from a muslim majority country that ethnic diversity in terms of the hal food scene. There's a lot of different ethnic backgrounds as you know like i was mentioning middle eastern restaurants iranian restaurants Indian restaurants east african restaurants. There's even some caribbean restaurants in the area that are pretty good but You can always explore those. Those differ avenues through hallard even do not allow options to because it's based on the ethnic backgrounds. That's great so many places we have left to try now. You said you originally from canada. What part of canada are you from. I was born and raised in toronto. Okay so that's a very cosmopolitan city. So how do you find florida's overall halal food scene. I know you mentioned some hot spots. In central florida in south florida but overall what's your impression of the whole foods seen. What would you like to see more of so you're right. I'm definitely spoiled growing up in toronto..
"eastern restaurant" Discussed on The Zest
"Kind of first generation muslim here in north america. My parents born in east africa. They were born on the island of zanzibar. So that's where where my family is from. And so we've brought a lot of those cooking traditions with us over. And so that's how. I grew up in my household group with a lot of east african indian cooking. So that's the background. That i'm coming from in terms of growing up with hal would always try to eat allow from a young age as as it became more available. That's when we were able to get more access to it so always reached out for allow food as as our main source of nutrition. I guess it's the same in terms of how might feelings of evolves. I think you're right. I think i do take more pride in eating. How in trying to promote allow food because a lot of muslims don't know about certain areas that that have hello restaurants are forced into making other decisions whether it's to go vegetarian or or sometimes not being able to all that the city has to offer so definitely using blog has been an opportunity for me to reach out and make a lot of new friends on on the way to a lot of people reach out the emails like you did to find out more to kind of explore the health food. Seen kind of get my recommendations okay. Let's get into your recommendations. What are some of florida's best harrell restaurants. So most of the health food restaurants are located were. The majority of the muslim population is so it's usually located in the large urban centers. There's a lot in central florida and southern florida. So in tampa. I'm really liking some of the middle eastern restaurants. They have their the temple terrace area. Petra comes to mind when i go to tampa in orlando where i'm based. There's a lot of different Restaurants here for for middle eastern food out go to jerusalem. Restaurant flame kebab. There is a allow restaurant that pulls on their east..
"eastern restaurant" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show
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"eastern restaurant" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show
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"eastern restaurant" Discussed on KCRW
"We appreciate it. Thank you so much for having me. I appreciate the time. Thistles. Greater L A on KCRW. I'm Steve should take us happy Monday to you Little Saigon. Koreatown, Little Armenia. How about Little Arabia will not in Anaheim, anyway, let's take a ride to the Orange County line. A recent poll of registered voters in Anaheim showed majority support for the city officially recognizing a Little Arabia business district. In fact, that movement has been going on now for more than a decade. The city Council has refused to bring it up for consideration. Estaba Arianna is a columnist for the L A times Every Monday. He joins us for the Orange County line. Hey, Gustavo, we'll let Steve Where is this district in Anaheim, by the way. So the maid, The main quarter is gonna be on Brooke First Avenue, starting at La Palma Avenue. So on the northern side of Anaheim and going all the way up to the Garden Grove Anaheim border at Garden Grove Boulevard, so that's the main corridor from all around it, you know, going all the way to like, say Magnolia going even into Euclid and all around you have all these different little Middle Eastern businesses. And that's what's in the neighborhood that makes it a little Arabia. But all of the Middle Eastern businesses that are there and it's been known as this for a while, right? Oh, yeah, I mean, I first heard that I'm a native of Anaheim's I first heard about the district going back into the early two thousands. But even in the nineties I started I had I've seen, especially brokers used to be a really seedy street like a lot of massage parlors. Lot of just nothing and it transformed. You have halal butcher shops. You have clothing stores for women you have. Of course, a lot of restaurants. You have hookah lounges, or at least he did pre Cove it you had tax attorneys really awesome, cool reflection of Anaheim, and even more important, it's the second largest concentration of Middle Eastern businesses in the United States outside of the Detroit Michigan Dearborn area. In the city of Anaheim just hasn't officially recognized it like they haven't put signs up in it and have, you know, officially sort of codified it into the into the city. What would official recognition mean? Besides those other things? The You know the pretty surface stuff? Yeah, I mean, it's it's a cool surface stuff to have a big sign off the 91 that says Little Arabia that where whatnot but honestly what it would be. My opinion would be, you know, an acknowledgment by city officials to all these merchants who have revitalized areas like Hey, congratulations were proud of the folks. We have the city or putting our official in premature on this district that you folks have been calling Little Arabia. For so long. I mean outside, and that's really all that the advocates for the Little Arabia designation are asking for. They're saying to the city. Hey, let the world know we exist. Put us on our on your website. They're not asking for subsidies or anything else like that. The mayor of Anaheim, Harry Sidhu, says he wants everyone to feel welcome and by everyone. He means everybody living in the district maybe who is not of Arabian descent, he says. Many of the businesses and residents Perhaps our Latino. They need to feel welcome as well. Does he have a point in that? No, he has no point whatsoever. Come on, do do the what Hawkins, who live in Korea Town feel excluded by the Koreatown name. Do the you know Salvadorans who live in Little Bangladesh area up in Los Angeles, near of Westlake Village or with Westlake District. Do they feel, you know, unappreciated? No. I mean the the majority. The The The reason people go to that area of brokers are for those Middle Eastern restaurants. And guess what? A lot of Latinos also go to those restaurants myself included. I've been covering those restaurants from 20 years from the Amazing Falafels at Karim's to the Awesome baklava. Allah Maraj pastry to those feet has also Annabelle Bakery. I mean, there's so much goodness there. My mom used to shot my late mom. Used to go to what was it called fresh choice market at the very end a little Arabia because she found the specials. They're far better than any Latino market, and the fruit quality was better. You're making me hungry. This isn't new Gustavo. People from the area have been asking for this designation for a long time. The City Council members there have even campaign going as far back as 2016, saying they support that. Designation. What they're saying right now. They're not saying really much. I mean, you have Jose Marino, the one of two Democrats on the City council who has been advocating for it in his own quiet way for a while, but it's radio silence. I mean, only person really talking about the matters, Harry said Who? The mayor of Anaheim, But the two council members who in the past have expressed support for that little Rabia designation. Steve Fassel, who's a Republican, and Jordan. Brandon is a Democrat. They're not saying anything at all, and the people have been pushing this. Have been the merchants but specifically a group called the Arab American Civic Council. They've been at this for about a decade. I remember editing a story about their push. This goes back. Jeez, about seven years ago, and here we are today. I mean, it's such a no brainer. It just boggles my mind that and I'm just will not acknowledge it. Well, I mean, what's behind the resistance? Do you think Hey, You know what? I don't know. That's what I'm trying to think. Because the you know the this idea that people somehow feel excluded. It's weak sauce. It's a weak sauce. Excuse the pole that the Civic Council along with the U. S. Immigration Policy Center, U C. San Diego, they showed. Actually, a lot of people have never heard of the Little Arabia name. Only about 9% of those polled in these are all registered voters. Voters in Anaheim. On Lee about 9% of people were opposed to the idea. Everyone else either approved there said. Like, Well, you know, either way, I don't really care. So it's a no cost situation. You have to put up the signs. And usually it's the merchants who pay for that. And all of sudden, Anaheim can tell the rest of the world. Hey, we have Arabs and you know when we talk about Middle Eastern, we're talking about everything from people from restaurants from Tunisia. Going over to Iran, which, technically, of course not Arab, to Palestinians and all of that stuff. It's a beautiful place, and it's sad that my hometown doesn't want acknowledge it officially. The stuff, Ariano. I like times columnist here. Of course, every week for the Orange County line. Gustavo as always. Thanks, Garcia..
A look at the Muslim fasting month of Ramadan
"Greene. Muslims around the world began to observe the holy month of Ramadan. Last night. Every year worshippers Martha month with day-long fasting prayer and acts of charity this year. Ramadan comes less than two months after a gunman killed fifty one people into Musk's in Christchurch New Zealand and also after other attacks on houses of worship here in the US and elsewhere joining us in our studio is the writer and playwright a Lee, welcome. And I guess what what is the proper greeting for Ramadan. You could say room of Mubarak who gets on Kareem you could say happy with on. And he could also be like stay away from me because I can smell on breath. And ramadan. I just want to reflect a little bit. Because I you know, we spoke to you last. I think right after the attack in New Zealand, you were talking about the vulnerability that Muslims felt and also worshipers of all religions, so I mean is this Ramadan feel different? You know, it's the first time ever. This was last week where I've been born raised in this country thirty years old to wear a brief thought when my head and said, well, we'd be safe in our mosques during this. This was after the lettuce latest tragic shooting in the San Diego synagogue, six months after the tree of life synagogue in Pittsburgh and just like you said two months after the terrorist attack in New Zealand. And so the fact that that thought even creeps up in your head as an American citizen living in America for the first time in your life to shows, you the sobering reality of the times that we live in with the rampant rise of white nationalism and hate against religious minorities. Ethnic communities, and the fact that we can't feel safe in our houses of worship. But that being said, there's a resilience and hope in an optimum among these religious communities and most Muslims still feel optimistic about Ramadan. And the fact that you know, these terms like fudge, which is the morning prayer or Siri. What is the meal that we just ate like an hour and a half goes now trending next associ-, and Danny the mother of dragons in America. So it's like holding onto all the traditions that you're familiar with to deal with kind of these fears that that are that are new and very serious, and that is a way of responding to tragedy and crisis also being resilient and moving forward and loving your family loving or community and fasting, and, you know, opening your fast at you know, I hop if you have to. I hob sometimes sometimes you need to do an emergency pancake dinner or sometimes in the morning, your your crunch. And so you go to hop. But also one thing I want to mention how America's becoming more inclusive. There's something called dine after dark dot org. Where local restaurants here in Virginia or actually staying up late or getting up early in the morning to accommodate many, Muslim Americans, and it's good for business. And it just this is something I didn't have growing up, David. And it shows you despite the tragedy and the cows and twenty nine hundred America majority of people are actually wellbeing Muslims and saying, hey, this is part and parcel of the American fabric. And we'll stay up a little bit late and make some extra money to feed hungry or some hanging Muslims a while. So I mean, I happened at nothing wrong with. It was a sign that that was the one of the only options. And now that's changing you think it's a good sign. It's not just I have a Middle Eastern restaurants. Got restaurants got South Asian restaurants. And like always said diversity is good for America because it makes Marika tastier writer and playwright was a hot Ali. Thanks so much for being here is always happy. Ramadan.