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Hong Kong arrests over 50 pro-democracy activists
"Kong than fifty pro democracy activists and politicians bethany ebrahim. Ian is accuses china expert. Bethany good morning. Can you tell us what's going on. Yeah so early wednesday morning up more than one. Thousand police officers fanned out over hong kong and arrested at least fifty three pro democracy activists and politicians. These are some of the most well known people in hong kong participating in hong kong's completely legitimate democratic elections and now they have all been charged with subverting state power anthony. China's leaders are actually feeling very confident and. I wonder why that's important to understand in the context of these arrests so with the coronavirus outbreak. Last year i mean. Initially that was terrible for china's global reputation however they were about able to control it very well and because of that china is the only major economy in the world who experienced significant economic growth. In twenty twenty. I think xi jinping is feeling like he wants to make hay while. The sun shines and this entire dramatic. Crackdown on hong kong has happened entirely during the coronavirus pandemic with that said i wonder how the events this week in washington were portrayed by the chinese communist party in hong kong there were huge protests last year. And that's a real sore point for the chinese communist party and so it showed photos of the chaos yesterday in the capital and it said that this was a beautiful sight to behold. That's something that nancy pelosi said on june fourth. Two thousand nineteen as a large group of peaceful. Protestors held a candlelight vigil in hong kong commemorating the nineteen thousand nine hundred eighty nine massacre. And so they were taking that line and turning it on its head and saying look at this beautiful sight to behold and so there were a lot of comments like that from chinese state media
'I came, I saw, I conquered': Zlatan Ibrahimovic leaves LA Galaxy
"Kings Latin. This was how he exited. I came I saw icon coach. Thank you L.. A. Galaxy for making me feel alive alive again to the galaxy. Fancy wanted Latin. I gave us lantern. You're welcome the story continues. Now go back to watching baseball. All these Latin Taylor sign off like that how we tell it to judges two years and mls well. I definitely thought it was improperly placed within that Bank of California stadium in that picture that blog hosted I found it interesting Adrian Stevie and Chaka that when you says Z.. Conquered major league soccer. I hit it is scored fifty goals in two years. Simply did your job. You won only one playoff game and everywheres lot win win. Talk Time and time again about being a winner in doing that. I just look at lunchtime on the field very few. If anyone thought he he would score twenty plus back bat seasons let alone fifty two and yet they really struggled doe while I look at it and say I think the galaxy are going to be better off in the sense that they're going to have player up front. That's going to be a little bit. More mobile is going to defend. The truth of the matter is a pressure still on the galaxy. Let's see to fill that void. How're you GONNA fill the void of fifty goals for me Adrian to answer? Your question is up there with David Beckham if not higher than David Beckham on bringing awareness to the league and what I mean by that is this person personality transcended sport. It got on mytalk shows that nobody major league soccer talkers. History had ever got there and I'll argue with anyone. He did more for the sport. David Beckham and a short term. And I know a lot of people internally. MLS has offices even the galaxy would almost re with that statement because he transcended not only sports but into pop culture. You you tell me how many MLS athlete. And I'm less players or coaches have done that in the past. It's zero if not one already. Lots of talk about who the galaxy you may turn to to fill Arava Lodge void. Well how Edison Cavani. He's been linked with a move to the galaxy when you look at his stats over the Gosh ten years. He's still only thirty. Two the Uruguay only six appearances in two goals this season of course but he has school school double digit goals. For as long as you can remember both in legal and and in Syria any reason to think he wouldn't do exactly what was attended Mall Mall. No listen either. It doesn't have the personality off the field. Lots on hard but Rano fifty two. He has the ability. Lati- GIMME number. How many goals would he school giving givens Latin goat? Whatever wherever you did? twenty-seven guys going fairly goals Collinsville set a record thirty four could he could he come in and challenge records steady. Two years of age is still a striker wall of football. That you talk about these strike Wolf football it could play in most teams. So He's getting felt he goes to seize and no danger. I'm I'm not absolutely suit in that. He gets as high as a TV does no question that Cavani is an incredible talent but I think more reliance servers than's Latin. I don't think he it kind of creates on your show Ebrahim do and as a result and looking at the galaxy and you wonder where that services is gonNA come from. I'm going to go twenty Tayla give me a number on Cavani while more important I think Cavani was scoring twenty goal but he asked from Miami. Yes for thirty million nets to come to Miami. So I'm not totally sure that's going to happen and I keep an eye on Luis Suarez. I think Suarez could be employed with the galaxy. I think they're gonNA make a run at them. They're gonNA throw out feelers but Suarez's keep in mind did did the deal for Nicholas Liberal to end up in Seattle. So I think Suarez does come to major league. Soccer is GonNa WanNa play with Nicholas Ladera. So how does that dynamic work. And I've got to bring up the name again. Teacher Reto This is the kind of move if you've got Carlos Villa at l.. AFC and you want to make a splash. A A bigger splash. I keep teacher Rita. They'd have to trade Chicago fire for the rights are not getting into that either here nor there but I keep an eye on those names I think the galaxy are going to try to make a splash with a little bit younger player than they did was locked on.
Cameroons place of terror now a land of hope
"This is natalie hutchinson with you. On news a dusty dry and conflict affected area in the far north region of cameroon has been turned into a land of hope according to a mentor for people displaced by the activities of terrorists in the west african country. The small plot of land next to corgi town was once a no go area due to the presence of militia associated with the outlawed boko haram grew now has been transformed by local internally displaced people into a productive garden garden providing food to the community and an income to the participants ebrahim geogra- supports the internally displaced people in the garden which has been funded in part by by the u._n. Development program. He's spoke to you in newses daniel dickinson as the harvest a fruit and vegetables took place a my name is <hes> ibrahim geogra- <hes> <hes> peace activists walking with u._n. System here in far north region of cameroon specially u._n._d._p. Van de the mental so many i._d. Piece on haas people to give them up for them to develop do opportunity that can help them to have a livelihood and to support the families especially the <hes> like this woman my sister mahamadou she is an i._d. Piece we start to walk about with we've since <hes> t and now we meant to put in place a small business that can help him reclaim her. You see this assists defeats that mental refer all of them. Can you describe where we are and what's happening here. We are here in kogi. This is i._d. Fields <hes> sometime display is considered like <hes> no-man's-lands because even the community cannot oh come here to make activities like that to make a farm because so many people are very very afraid about the attacks offer book around and even around here a military checkpoints to block the people to enter into access for displays but today this no-man's-land displays of tier or have been transformed for the land of hope. Can you describe the fom tom how it looks in front of us get so many kind of a videotape here in this farm owner whose salads so many tomatoes toes on here is a call on it is a values buddy is buried with various vegetable that existing. What strikes me is that it's incredibly bradley green. We're surrounded by sahelian bush which is very sandy and very dry and suddenly we're in an oasis yeah when you see this farm and when you see these players is silent plus the genius of a these people great people especially a._d._p.'s host people fool put in place this kind of inner city to give the green vision of life and here this farm is a bio fund found door is not fetilizer i she michael fertilizer and why is it important to bring people together. Bringing people together is uh to give cuisine and social harp for all this committee have who have been suffering about the problem problem of crisis of boko haram because you know boko haram isa most catered group around the world and especially this town. Have i've been suffering. This is what we work with support if a u._n._d._p. On so many partners to develop this kind of initiative that can put people together to have a social tolerance and living together is it working is very walking because <hes> you you know we've just kind of get a now dig it. <hes> developed the initiative cds. It is to hit her. Maybe after decision they can get even five <hes> cease thousand dollar and it is very important for them to get up.
Emergency summit on Iran held in Saudi Arabia
"The foreign minister of Saudi Arabia warns all means of force must be used to respond to attacks on ships in the region, which it's US ally blames on Iran NPR's. Peter Kenyon reports officials spoke ahead of a meeting of Arab leaders in Saudi Arabia minister, Ebrahim alaso said the sabotaging of oil tankers drone strike on a Saudi oil pipeline and other attacks amount to terrorist acts by extremist groups, and he urged Arab leaders amount of forceful response, Iran denies being behind the attacks Tehran called an accusation by US, national security adviser, John Bolton
One week after Christchurch shootings
"And it's a full week after fifty Muslim worshipers killed by a white supremacist in the nation gathered today to more Zealand moans with you. We are one that's prime minister just into our Dern, she visited the Maas met with some of the families of those killed and said this attack affected all museum lender. When Amy part of the body surface, the whole body feels pain imam amount lead today's prayer. He was in the mosque when the gunman shot nearly a hundred people last week. Are you look out? I see the love and compassion. In the eyes of thousands of New Zealanders and human beings from across the globe. Cross town some of the victims laid to rest in person pundit Ivan Watson was there mourners has buried twenty six of the victims one by one here in the cemetery. The youngest of those who were interred today was three year old Moudjadid Ebrahim, the oldest seventy seven year old Mussa a while. They are just some of the fifty people who were killed last Friday five minister announced a proposed ban on assault style rifles earlier this week twenty seven people were injured in that shooting. They're still in the hospital five of them in critical
"ebrahim" Discussed on WJR 760
"Mass funeral I'm Elliot Francis. The house oversight committee is looking into Jared Kushner's use of private E mail and the messaging programme what's app to conduct official government business. Correspondent Linda Kenyon reports. This is outrageous congressman Anthony Brown of Maryland. A member of the House Armed Services and house ethics committees. Not only violates the presidential records act, which is intended to kind of a moralizing capture official communication's, but given Mr. Kushner's background where he had his security clearance application denied by then chief of staff John Kelly, only to be overridden by his father in law. The president it certainly raises national security concerns Representative Brown says it's hard to understand. Why anyone within the administration wouldn't be more vigilant about their Email practices? Linda kenyon. In washington. Trump has overturned a long standing US policy regarding the Israeli-occupied Golan Heights saying that after fifty two years it's time to fully recognize Israel sovereignty over that region. The move gives us rarely Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu a political boost before what's expected to be a close election. A thousands of people have gathered for mass funeral to bury twenty six of the victims of the mosque attacks in New Zealand correspondent Ivan Watson describes the scene in Christ Church in the last couple of hours we've been watching as mourners has buried twenty six of the victims one by one here in the cemetery. The youngest of those who were interred today was three year old Moudjadid Ebrahim, the oldest Seventy-seven-year-old Mussa. A they are just some of the fifty people who were killed last Friday US marine commandant worn some unexpected costs, including unplanned deployments to the US Mexican border and recovery costs from her. Mccain's have forced him to cancel training exercises, which he says will degrade.
"ebrahim" Discussed on Bleeding Green Nation
"It's just choosing to do with thing at a time that we picked an hour ago, and so I eventually get back to my apartment. I opened up Skype at seven, twenty three. Three. I have three missed calls wanted seven eighteen one at seven, twenty one and one in seven, twenty two. When I have already told Mike that after he slapped me like, yeah, I'm walking back right now. Mike still comment Skype again, two times just to make sure he knew I knew how important it was that he got the ball rolling. I like how we did it open with this. We get a little bit of analysis and we're back. You asked wise or clock three minutes. Fast said while you're two minutes slow and I wanted to make that point by calling you at eight twenty two and not have you answer. So that was the reason for that. I said called me, Mike, you you big, big basketball fan. You huge Sixers fan. I'm a big fan of being on time and I'll think vessels will split huge Sixers fan. So are you the one who's really worried about washing the Sixers open against the Celtics note? That would be me, and I saw it a push late because I was getting groceries. So sounds like it sounds like it's your fault for number one. So I don't watch Markle folds. Thank you. And so the eagles have brought in back Jay fellow to the practice squad. I love that transition flawless. They also did corner slash safety Quinton Rollins formally with the Packers and safety Ebrahim Campbell. So along with the injuries, it doesn't look like they feel comfortable with trae Sullivan and de'andre hall as depth pieces right now Ben, do you have anything else on those guys or any thoughts on why they might be maybe bringing one of those guys in along with the signing of extra McDougal the John Jay helping embarrassing. At this point, it's embarrassing. They traded for a deadline to put him on the fifty, three man roster and he has done nothing despite the fact that everything that possibly could have happened to give it to give him space to perform. I still hasn't. He Soza made it even Campbell ought to me. Last athleticism when he came out of northwestern, I just don't vet show think he's a strong player and a Quin Rollins fan when he thought. He had ball skills in college man, but it just hasn't translated for him. He's he's bounced around, right? He's, he's. He's had multiple trials in multiple places from what I can remember. You know, if he's brought in at least he has a little bit of experience playing in the league and he's been in a couple of different systems in these. He's had start before, and so he's got that going for him..
"ebrahim" Discussed on WEEI
"Away you go down to the end zone until what somebody blows. Oh, whistle. That's what you know. This is again, click worthy. We talk about that all the time that there are things that we talk about in here about and report to you that this is radio, and we can't always bring you quite as accurate a picture. Forty four seventeen is your final score with North Texas over Arkansas. But it's just it's just played perfectly. That was a towering kick. So he's under it. He's got four defenders closing in on him. And as soon as he gets the ball. He just kind of hops in one place. He doesn't he doesn't even try to run anywhere. Not even a little bit. It's like boom like what you would do if you caught made the fair cat super risky, and then just yeah. Because you can get blast. Now, you're not prepared for hit. Right. Exactly. But you know, they turn their heads. And he's just got that kind of speed that he just burns it up the the left side for an unbelievable touchdown run fun stuff blowout game. But a crazy you play there anything that's taking advantage of the the rules, possibly, you know, it all man you supposed to play until you hear that whistle. I mean, they teach you that very early and footballs you play until you hear whistle. And sometimes you keep going after the whistles like I'm gonna keep running. I heard a whistle. But because you have instant replay. Now, you never know what you gotta keep going. I mean, you got the ball. I'm gonna run across an end zone line before I'm gonna come back and worry about the delay came penalty. But I can only imagine what the defenders thinking those like if I hit this guy. He's not moving. I'm going to get a penalty. Yeah. Wild stuff and fun to watch. And so is this from the world of soccer the LA galaxy and Ebrahim bitches five hundred..
Mollie Tibbetts' father: Stop using her as a "pawn" in immigration debate
"Noted McCain detested the abuse of power a private burial service is scheduled for this afternoon at, the US naval academy. In Annapolis Maryland Brooklyn. Community is relieved after an eighteen year old man is arrested and charged with raping an eighteen year old girl police arrested Julio Ayala yesterday, afternoon, after chasing him into a construction worksite social media post.
"ebrahim" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO
"Four four, day Chad eight four four dig Chad and you are in and yeah I got some good news here. According to the Washington Post A major counterterrorism success by the United. States last, week and not a whole lot of people talked about it Our government says we are confident. That Ebrahim Assan ala Siri Al Qaeda's chief bomb maker was. Killed during a US drone strike late, last year now this guy had been reported dead before and he. Wasn't so, they were trying to be careful but they say they have high confidence that he. Is now dead if so he would be the most. Significant international terrorists off the battlefield since Osama bin Lodden this guy is seri- Saudi, Arabian he'd been in Yemen he was a leader of Al Qaeda's group the in. The Arabian peninsula for years and he was the guy, behind a number of explosive devices that evaded security checkpoints so he was a top bomb maker for these guys And he was highly intelligent. And he did a lot of evil stuff and now. He's dead according to the Washington Post according to our government and I hope that, that is true that made me think this guy was democrat Sean Casten he compared. President Trump to somebody let's listen to this cut too Over me Tremendously Bully pulpit to Activate marsh.
BBC, Mali and University Of Virginia discussed on BBC World Service
"Still to come the army is on the streets as people? In Mali vote in the second round of their presidential election eating healthily when money's tight the success of a scheme in Massachusetts and would you have a microchip under your skin to make everyday tasks easier
"ebrahim" Discussed on View from the Cheap Seats
"And so the portland seattle rivalry is is perfect to seattle can't face portland in baseball is not like the mariners can play basketball anymore or basketball anymore because they don't have the translators but they don't have the supersonics like that was a rivalry so i think soccer can in mba's can be very smart to like tap into those things anymore so and also good that they're getting guys who like ebrahim vich even though he just slapped guy face in a weird move like that with our but he's a huge gigantic international star who probably had a couple more good years left in them right in europe but he came to play for the la galax that's where i feel like we need because you know i lived in london for years recently and we live in south kensington okay so our hometown team and the team that supported for a longtime chelsea sam with me i chelsea fan yeah it's kind of like rooting for money at times it is but you know i didn't know that it went in we started touring europe and and growing up in america you know soccer for me always a game that we played his kids it wasn't a professional sport something that you play when you're going up in your grade school and then you go over seas and like the rabid fandom for soccer and we're on believable and so you know and it's fun to get into it's interesting and told him to be a part of chess she's been great for the last six years when we live in london they won the champions league amazing runaway ran away with it was incredible so i don't know and then mls always seemed like kind of like where we're kind of past their prime would go and play and i feel like a lot of people in america are in a difficult position me as a soccer fan i love watching premier league soccer sunday morning because it's early but you have to get up so early to watch it and it's kind of difficult because you're not part of the culture living in london it was every single day on the news you talk to you about it conversation but i like hockey in canada yeah being here it's a little more difficult to follow.
"ebrahim" Discussed on Here & Now
"From npr and wbz you're i'm robin young i'm jeremy hobson it's here now palestinians buried their dead today after dozens died in clashes with isreaeli troops on the gaza border yesterday it was the single deadliest day there since two thousand fourteen and it coincided with the celebrations at the opening of the us embassy in jerusalem the bbc's nita ebrahim joins us from gaza on her cellphone needed describe what you've seen there today we came to the same scene that was deadly seen in gaza yesterday but we was advice today that the number of he'd has radically decrees not many teams have turned up of course it has many reasons some are saying that some of them wear in gaza in the gaza strip actually laying beloved one stress after sixty people were killed yesterday but there's another reason that people are our sources are talking about which is the fact that sieges has to deal between israel and hamas declined to deescalate the situation on the ground in exchange for relaxing the situation when it comes to the boarders and the siege that goes on under for the past that's what do you mean relaxing what are they doing they are trying to open the borders of it's more as you know that are many connecting gaza with israel as one as egypt but these boards at the time and on the strict restrictions and god's only or main and to the outer world is through egypt's but that is closed most of the year so they're trying to reach a deal this kind of allow people as well as goods in out of because a search in addition to opening or releasing that fishermen area you know that only allowed to search and amounts inside the siege so they are being given would be according to our sources information of what the would entail that that would allow fishermen to go inside to see this more now israel is saying that it was responding yesterday to attack.
"ebrahim" Discussed on Izzy and Spain
"Here's why because i absolutely get this scenario and if you're watching you saw it they immediately go to shake hands they're they're a huge team that everybody has been saying is going to coast right through this bracket now and head straight for a win they're upset they lost they didn't play very well they're disappointed they turn to look for the rest of the handshakes k state is celebrating jubilantly and instead of standing around this while we did our best we were ready to shake they're not here we'll head back let them keep celebrating they won the game why would they care about this handshake enough sticking around and interrupting their celebration go keep celebrating enjoy your night voice i agree with calapan tradition though i mean come on even when a sixteen beats to one they shake hands afterwards even when you totally get it i don't put the point is i don't think they walked off without any of it they did the start of the tradition they looked around they shook the hands and then the other guys weren't around to do and they said all right listen go enjoy your win we'll be fine we don't we don't need to interrupt your celebrating i don't know that's that's the whole point of tender if we all swipe the same thing then only i would get to go on the dates because i'm the best on let's move on to ton ebrahim vich which is a soccer player apparently i've heard of him before even though soccer isn't usually my bag but you did a whole thing on snapchat on this guy last night so why don't you break it down for the people's lots on has landed in la slots on ebrahim of which comes over from manchester you he joins the galaxy he is in the waiting stages of his career he leaves manchester united coming off of a year where he was injured but it becomes immediately massive star for the mls and he is by far the single greatest interview i think maybe in all of sports no matter what question you want he's got like the funniest answer for including a lot of analogies where he refers to himself as god also where he refers to his own.
"ebrahim" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"And the al capone ball the mystery of al capone vaults what we began opening this wall nearly two hours ago we had no real idea what we'd finance side as it turns out we have found very much left ebrahim scene which or something like that a beer bottle it's all they found look dan i you know this this whole trump russian dossier lower investigation seems to be at least for the outside looking in slowly but surely crumbling you just use read that the fbi lost quote unquote lost five months worth of text messages between that that store that the or i'm sorry this struck the fbi agent he was he was woken up with the doj it ernie in their text messages somehow magically disappeared into thin air the fbi waft it i mean it's one thing if i lose my keys and i can't find my keys in my house but you're the federal bureau of investigation's and you can't find five month of missing testimony and missing tax just got on my g mail account moved my gemaleya had since two thousand seven i have thirteen thousand three hundred ninety two messages saved i have deleted okay that that just makes me think that yeah i could delete these all of i want but i'm not going to lose him all who right you know how we're going to lose thousand mrs my gina i i'll tell you what i can do though in the lead them all if i were so inclined and here's the thing you can lose those and it's fine because you don't work at the fbi at the whole point of the federal bureau of investigation's is to be good at investigating things how do you just lose five months of tax that just doesn't happen what are you so this memo w ultimately let's look speculate as what we like to do on the show surely sure um we think and it's something with obama a sitting president uh giving the okay to spy on somebody from the republican campaign running for president do you think that's could possibly be what this is i think that very well could be it look i don't know what it is per se it's gotta be either obama or hillary related because that's what gets everybody's you know i.
"ebrahim" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Only ones left espn almost a year since i saw ibrahim last in an office building full of displaced people in a bill some forty miles away back then he told me is christian faith that got him through his time in captivity he told me how he had hidden a small wooden cross he used to wear from his isis captors and that he would one day go back to get it the after his ordeal he didn't go back to get the cross over in fact he turned away from his faith altogether one this game and before that have anybody believe than christ i south that's why i hit the crosses now after they went i dropped older dejan all the way i took it out of my mind i wondered how much of this was a teenager trying to discover his identity or something else i ask him to take me to the church where he used to pray it's destroyed like everything else and the gate is locked so you saw in here for many hours when you're younger on damage at the g accompanying other than maija health i always came here before anyone else i was the first to come here i used to sit alone and they used to deeds for the house i ask ebrahim if he would ever come back here nominee ideology i demanded michigan i will come back the mohammad but i don't see this as a holy place on the way back to his house ebrahim says it was isis who led him away from his fake news eminence ever on a nonissue within islam he tells me that is traumatic time with the extremists and is forced conversion turned him away from all religions i felt sad for ebrahim the isis has changed so dramatically but to realize the more we talk this was something more than ebrahim losing his religion he was finding something else rather than whose mother a missile a helicopter by nieto black is house he shows me his bookshelf he hands me books about religion and science then he points out display he.
"ebrahim" Discussed on PRI's The World
"It's destroyed like everything else on the gate is locked so you sign here for many hours when you were younger army damage it the other major how i always came here before anyone nuts i was the first to come here i used to sit alone and they used to deeds for the house i ask ebrahim if he would ever come back here not melania here ideology on him on in which cuba i will come back but i don't see this as a holy place on the way back to his house ebrahim says it was isis who led him away from his fake news eminence ever on a punishment that islam a how he tells me that is traumatic time with the extremists and is forced conversion turned him away from all religion evolution of ice i felt sad for ebrahim the isis has changed so dramatically puts our realize the more we talk this was something more than ibrahim losing his religion he was finding something else rather than whose mother a muscle a helicopter habbaniyah is house he shows me his bookshelf he hands me books about religion and science then he points out display he has made on his wool pictures of his favourite writers and thinkers the is printed out there's richard dawkins the famous scientist karl marx charles darwin albert einstein during his time in captivity ebrahim developed an unquenchable thirst for knowledge specifically for science he was deprived for so long of learning the when he finally got out he threw himself into it like never before it's not farfetched to see his transformation as a rejection of the extremists and unquestioning theism of the islamic state the ebrahim was forced to enjoy his mother nor still a practicing christian.
"ebrahim" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"The lawyers the friends and families of garner the public all experienced fatigue at some point during the story outraged fatigue sadness fatigue legal fatigue i think it plays an enormous role the character that it start the book with is a guy named ebrahim menard who was attacked by police he was in his car the police charged with marijuana possession and you've had his leg smashed in three places but but because of the way the system is set up you have to be cleared of all your own criminal charges before you can file a federal criminal law suit in that process just of getting out of all the charges that they filed against him or not based on anything that he was acquitted of all of them ultimately look that way that process took two and a half years and that's only the start of the process of suing the police for this whole incident so in order to get any kind of remuneration for this you have to be prepared in some cases for four or five six year ordeal and that's just to get a decent settlement right as seems almost always beyond reach great as el sharpton about this in the book and even sharpton said look obviously always the goal is permanent structural change but sometimes that's not there's if you can hit a home run get on base that's the difficult philosophical question is it okay to just so for the money if that's all there is to get in in the american justice system in the epilogue referring to garner you talk about the length that we went to as a society to crush someone of such modest ambitions what are we you me any but he listening how are we responsible i think to a lot of skill white urban voters there's this trade off where they voted for politicians who are socially liberal like mike bloomberg who is you know in favor of gay marriage but was tough on crime and didn't really wanna know didn't want who investigate what was underneath phrases like that um and what was underneath phrases like that really was the assertion of police tactics that were designed to keep black and hispanic males from going into report neighborhoods you suggest in the book that garner was targeted because he was slovenly and on kemp said the.
"ebrahim" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Big deal is if the guy had drugs sold who cares but what are we have laws for if they're not to be followed and if you get stopped often enough frequently for nothing eventually get mad and somebody says across word and then one of these incidents happens so statistically speaking if you're going to stop seven hundred thousand more people than you were before a few of those people are going to die some of the mighty of me police officers it's the system that encourages and creates a whole you verse of contacts between the population and the police that are fraught from the start that's the problem that we have to be focusing on let's talk about fatigue everyone in your book the protesters the lawyers the friends and families of garner the public all experienced atique at some point during the story outrage fatigue sadness fatigue legal fatigue i think it plays an enormous role the character that start the book with as a guided ebrahim menard who was attacked by police he was in his car of the police charged with marijuana possession and you've had his leg smashed in three places but because of the way the system is set up you have to be cleared of all of your own criminal charges before you can file a federal criminal lawsuit and that process just of getting out of all the charges that they filed against him were not based on anything the he was acquitted of all of them ultimately louisville in that way that process took two and a half years and that's only the start of the process of suing the police for this whole incident so in order to get any kind of remuneration for this you have to be prepared in some cases for four or five six year ordeal and.
"ebrahim" Discussed on WLOB
"In a lot of cases some of these leading if petitions might be interested in right to try but they're very worried about the fda they have it you know basically punishing them how how terry fda do that i would not this law anticipate that and leave the hospital blamefree the idea that the fda should have the authority just to act willy nilly in defiance of what congress has passed that's that's a good time to slap a three letter agency around a bit so so a lot of these in a lot of these leading medical institutions are running a lot of clinical trials so there's a lot of fear in the industry there's a lot of fear amongst manufacturers to the fda could take action in some way but we do know from m w there's a there's a physician in houston named doctor ebrahim to help us all and he is treating patients year about one hundred patients now under the taxes right to try law and he he and he has been you know this is obviously a big risk because he action because he has treatment the clinical trials as well so the fda might withhold things that they have the arbitrary right to with gold so so to other words there is a procedure by which others discretion that the heads of the fda they just might although he might never say so they just by withhold such trials it there is a possibility and the fact that they don't have a transparent set of rules or guidelines on make uh and and beat the as equipped guarded overdue overdue for a break your should the legislation have included coverage of this such that the fbi would not have that authority it isn't there it's in the federal legislation and that's what it is gifts yet the tell the fda to stick it if in fact they do this to the did there that's good back in a moment over seventy.
"ebrahim" Discussed on Truth & Movies: A Little White Lies Podcast
"All right elena has david been entirely fair wrote this film would you agree with him yeah i think so but i think most of the problems with the actors are really in the script like the characters don't really makes sense lake they don't feel like real people at all even even christopher rubbing who's like should be the one who pay more attention to the except in ninety of course i think the nanny with stake the closest to reality so yeah i think i basically agree waco what what what numbers would you give this uh and superstation be free to be generous because i i also don't relate of dole's leeson having keno at at him a season everything's that's ruko but as the thing i don't think he's really casting stuff that that really works for him if he not interpreter may have to in every single from i've seen him more him even the x makina i was like white why is he trying so hard we're maybe i don't know i think maybe he's not yeah and in this movie especially 'cause you have those closeups on his face and he's like he's just really acting so hot and you're like well just relax it it will be i don't know that's just my he safe thing that may these is character but anyway story maimi and yes so in space should i guess free because it's an story i've i know ease interesting that baton heard of before enjoyment i have to say to because i was trying not to like chunnel off the way it was may the beginning like the shots and like the way was trying to do two things about the ptsd was just like so not okay and the segue between is a very movie rubens asian of ptsd into slate will that insure that's not how it works like you come just like put balloons and you'll be fine and here i wish it had been more reticent reputation that because he's not something we actually see that much in movies and to put in a family movie we have been really amazing um okay a now what probably well between two and free ebrahim's it's less spend abetted that occur i odd per.
"ebrahim" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"That's all we seek i was surprised he wanted to go to france because of many refugees we're we're we're seeing fraunces the not a very welcoming country but this guy had the dream to go to france he had learned the french revolution when he was in school he he was certain that france was the country of lights of from the age century so his dream was to go to franson i was some of its maybe a chauvinistic a reaction that i had that i was quite happy to to see that guy that whoa wow this guy wants to go in my country how many times do try to good front two time yeah wise i tried to go to france on they called me on they send me back so wait won't ask how exactly had tried to cross the border before on the train l that's how most people try um but ebrahim that a stretch of cheetah's in i'm having shower dates nicely you know put some perfume all you know we try our best to be like citizens okay and we trying to mix with white people actually view facts yes so they can feel the out yes one of them or something you tied to sit in the middle of them or gay the rob for refugees is that all trains are searched by french police and getting every time this year refugee the reston and the expelling mutton true italy.
"ebrahim" Discussed on KQED Radio
"But it also reveals private moments photos of the men some of them appeared just as boys sleeping a playing relaxing in one one of the fighters is washing his call but soon the pictures give away to battle poses these will purchase that will be prepared for multilateral videos i also find this hummed with him nor vouk hearing the corner is the on his name in english abu ali almost slowly league beside it right under here is his ice stuff number these are the noltz from abu ali's lessons in firing mortals the todd getting the theory and the mathematics involved he's practiced right here with real compass using cordon it's from google maps in the munitions sectionedoff this is important in his own humbly ting heedless chemical munitions as a weapon let's be much debate over whether ias has used chemical weapons and mozell but here at least in writing we know that the prepared to deploy those weapons i met ebrahim that's an iraqi security forces base near the frontlines ibrahim was an ice fighter but he was also a double agent a shoot and the full tools that we fund when the mobile phone called we've changed his voice to hide his identity is there anything you tell us about any of these these these guys is this anya out of bihac the mata i know them very well we are those are fighters while they were was the husband inward unit this one was the sections clemenza the acted as a support unit for the frontline troops but they would spring into action as soon as they are needed most of the men from also he said but there were foreigners to a thirty two high most of foreign fighters at either snipers or suicide bomb of they're very fierce fight kasulo they think it's a game to play and have fun lie oklahoma award was about those weirdness and airstrikes shovel to have a mission to carry out bob the was done over little good of the la the thing that really jump so to you when you look at these private islamic state full two albums is just how young many of the theses all the pictures an intelligence officers here and morsel see that this is being a striking aspect of the islamic state's defence of the city the not not only have used foreign fighters a noble leak did the locals but the created a.
"ebrahim" Discussed on The New Yorker Fiction Podcast
"Mrs ebrahim sat up and put on the dressing gown and the social investigator helped her button it then miss foreign bucked changed the bed linen and pulled the better way from the wall she sat down and took mrs ebrahim's hand in hers and spoke about a new sunny flat containing five warm rooms which would soon be available miss foreign box said that arrangements had been made to send the twelve ebrahim children to the mountains for special winter classes they would be taught history languages and would learn to ski the doctor arrived soon after he stopped and spoke to mr ebrahim was sitting at his workbench making an emerald patch box the doctor said to him if you give me your social security papers i can attend to the medical insurance it will save you a great deal of trouble mr ibrahim answered what is social security the doctor examined the patch box and asked mr ebrahim what he earned mr ebrahim told him and the doctor said but that is less than the minimum wage mr ibrahim said what is a minimum wage the doctor turned to miss foreign saying we really must try and help them mrs ebrahim died mr ibrahim when he understood that nothing could be done lay face down on the floor weeping loudly then he remembered the rules of hospitality and got up and gave each of the guests the present premise foreign buck a belt made of syria coins a copy of which is in the cairo museum and for the doctor a brace that of precious metal engraved with pomegranates about sixteen pomegranates and all that has lifesaving properties.