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"John Bastar Jeff because him CBS News Colonel Jack McCall list in the United States Army retired to help me understand the latest headlines from Deadline KABUL Within these last hours, at least three rockets hit near the presidential palace on Tuesday. That would be 24 hours passed shortly before Afghan President Ashraf Ghani was to give an address to mark the major Muslim holiday of Eid al Adah. There were no injuries and the Rockets The Islamic State Group claimed responsibility. That's Isis. What is most significant to me is that this barrage took place just after the arrival of the Foreign Minister Abdullah Abdullah, back from Talks with the Taliban about peace about peace. Colonel. A very good evening to you. The confusion is the fog of war. Isis claims responsibility. Some could doubt that and say it was the Taliban with a warning sign just after peace talks. However, the largest stories we can't be clear, and I note that the whole region is now focused on the fact that Afghanistan has had is passing into unclear territory, the undiscovered country of the future. What do you make of this rocket attack? If it is Isis or if it is Taliban pretending to be Isis. Good evening to you. John. Good evening to you. Well, on the one hand, we have seen Isis conduct independent tax in Afghanistan and past and frankly, we've also seen Isis actually fighting with the Taliban. So at times, there's been no law love lost between these particular groups. They have focused their attention largely On the Shiite community, the Isis, most notably there, that was our group, and then some horrific attack, including high school girls and the like in the last few months, then making this attack is not surprising. In some ways, they seem to have a vested interest in destabilizing the situation as much as possible, in some, perhaps belief that from that chaos They will emerge as being the number one terrorist group in charge, so they might be doing this independently of of of any kind of cooperation with the Taliban. On the other hand, some way to argue this is very convenient for the Taliban to have at least some tastic acknowledgement. Or agreement with the Isis for them to conduct such an attack to further destabilize the situation undermine the credibility. If there is any for the Afghan government in the eyes of the population, they can't even protect the presidential palace, which causes a continued downward spiral in that credibility and can do contribute then to the deteriorating. Security situation we've seen throughout the country. Geography, Jeff, you've been there. I have not have only seen maps. Kabul is a city of three or four million people. It is in a bowl shape. Put mountains around. Is it? It's incredible that the Taliban or the Isis could launch rocket attacks long range rocket attacks from surrounding Kabul and escape. Similar to how the other guerilla groups I'm thinking of Viet Cong during the the offensive in 1968 launched rocket attacks against Saigon. To disturb to disrupt every possible governance. Is that credible with the geography of Kabul? Yeah, I think it is John. In fact, I was in Kabul and was involved in a rocket attack One night Now there was just a random one rocket as we saw here yesterday, the random sort of three rockets. It was not exactly have sustained barrage of artillery and rocket fire. But the geography does encourage that delicious again. A fast city. Now about 4 4.5 million T or much larger than it was back in 2000 and one when we arrived, and they let Afghanistan when it was only about a million people, so the size and expanses huge. The dense nature of the population also would suggest that if it was subjected to large scale rocket and artillery fire from the surrounding mountainside, which is certainly possible. As they get closer and game more weaponry. If you were seeing massive civilian casualties, potentially or at a minimum, continued massive refugee flows as people left the capital if, in fact it was besieged in that fashion. The capital is now involved beside Washington. Moscow is worried about the Taliban into the stands. Beijing looks too happy, Sending a representative in some fashion. Pakistan, of course, is intimately involved in cross border terrorism Deli. Has warned again and again, not just what will happen if the Taliban take charge. But the return of Al Qaeda. Iran is not in any way secure from the Taliban reaching into its territory, especially along the border, where That the Persians do not dominate. The, uh the ethnic minorities of the north of Afghanistan are cross border in Iran. So of these capital getting involved which one are you going to watch? Closest, Jeff? Watch. I'll watch Islamabad, the closest there's no doubt that Pakistan has the greatest influence on the outcome in Afghanistan for the support they have given to the Taliban throughout the years, I think people need to remember on just one number and that number is 2.7 million. That is the estimated number of refugees internally and externally pro Afghanistan so far in the fighting over these last 20 years, we're seeing that number grow and the two countries will be most affected in terms of refugees will be Pakistan, where they're already well over a million refugees and the second one being Iran, But as far as the Russians, Indians and others they're far from immune, and Russians very concerned. This could destabilize the region for they have great interest in places like Tajikistan, Uzbekistan, Kyrgyzstan, and it's not surprising. Then the last few days we've learned that the Russians have deployed tanks to the Afghan border with, said Gee, Kristan in preparation for military drills they have announced. Which will include their forces Tajikistan forces as well as who's Beck of Stalin forces. And, finally, of course, Iran, a Shiite country, Uh, Afghanistan being largely Sunni, though a large ethnic group as our as our in fact Shiite and we've had reports of Taliban leaders complaining about Militia groups are being organized and recruited by the Iranian Kuds force, crossing the border from Iran into, uh into Afghanistan to to fight against the Taliban. When the Taliban were in charge over 20 years ago, there was incidents along that border that almost resulted in a war between Iran. And the Taliban back there 2025 years ago..
"eid al" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM
"The death toll from historic flooding in Germany and Belgium, now rising to about 200 people. Hundreds of others are still missing prayer and rockets in Afghanistan. Today at least three rockets hit near the presidential palace shortly before the president was to give an address marking major Muslim holiday of Eid al Awda. No injuries or immediate claim of responsibility. The U. S NATO and the process of completing their final withdrawal from the country Ben and Jerry stopping sales in the Israeli occupied West Bank, along with contested East Jerusalem. Selling its ice cream and territories sought by the Palestinians is inconsistent with our values, says the Vermont based company. It's one of the strongest and highest profile rebukes by a well known business of Israel's policy of settling its citizens on war. One lands the settlements. Are widely seen by the international community as illegal and obstacles to peace. Israeli Prime Minister Naftali Bennett, a former leader of the West Bank settlement movement, called Ben and Jerry's decision immoral and a potential business mistake. Chuck Sivertsen, ABC News Rescuers in China have recovered the bodies of three workers in a flooded highway tunnel that's under construction. We're also looking for 11 other workers trapped since Thursday. The tunnel lies under a reservoir and was part of an expressway being built in a city near Hong Kong. This is ABC News. If the pandemics taught us anything, it's that the easiest way for germs to get into your body is the nose. Nevada's uses powered suction to flush out allergens, mucus and germs that cause congestion, colds and flu so you can breathe better sleep deeper, Snore less and feel healthier experience. Nevada that zero risk gonna ravage dot com.
Muslims Mark Eid al-Adha Holiday in Pandemic’s Shadow
"Crowd of Muslim worshippers gathered at the Aqsa compound in Jerusalem taking part in prayers marking the start of each other ha well the feast of sacrifice one hundred thousand people attended the press the site home to the golden top of the rock and the al Aqsa mosque is considered the third holiest in Islam this year's holiday comes in the shadow of the corona virus pandemic amid growing concerns about the highly infectious delta variant this prompted many countries to impose new sanctions the pandemic has taken a toll for the second year almost sacred mainstay with Islam the hajj who's lost days coincide with heat the Islamic pilgrimage has been dramatically scaled back due to the virus I'm Charles de Ledesma
"eid al" Discussed on WBEZ Chicago
"BBC World Service with Lawrence Pollard and Claire McDonald. Today is the fighting in Ethiopia that started eight months ago in Tigre spilling over into other regions. We'll take a look at the Senegalese population getting ready to celebrate eat, But there's warnings that Covid infections are on the rise and why are 400 undocumented migrants on hunger strike in Belgium? BBC News where Jerry Smith Pedro Castelluccio has been declared president elect of Peru weeks after winning the popular vote in a tightly contested run off poll, the country's election authority announced its verdict after rejecting claims of electoral fraud by his right wing rival Keiko Fujimori. Mr. Costello, a former schoolteacher, secured a tiny majority of 44,000 votes. The British prime ministers, former senior advisor Dominic Cummings has made a series of damning new allegations about Boris Johnson's handling of the coronavirus pandemic. Mr Cummings claim that Mr Johnson justified his resistance to a second lockdown last year by arguing that the virus mainly affected people over 80 years of age. Iraqi officials say at least 34 people have been killed and more than 60, others injured in a bomb attack in the capital Baghdad. The homemade device exploded in a busy market in the mainly Shia Muslim Sandra City district. A number of rockets have been fired into the Afghan capital, Kabul, exploding close to the presidential palace. The attack was heard live on state television, which was broadcasting prayers attended by President Ashraf Ghani to mark the start of the Muslim feast of Eid al ADHA. Worshippers, many appearing frightened continued despite the explosions nearby. Environment ministers from across the European Union are gathering in Slovenia to discuss measures to tackle climate change. The meeting will be the first chance to respond to EU proposals to cut carbon emissions by 55% by the end of the decade. The world's richest man and founder of Amazon. Jeff Bezoza is due to travel to the edge of space onboard the rocket ship. New Shepard. The 11 minute flight from Texas takes place just over a week after another billionaire businessman Sir Richard Branson, took part in a similar pioneer flights on his new spaceship. BBC news. Thank you for the latest news update. Hello? Welcome back. You're listening to news day. BBC World Service, Claire, McDonald and Lawrence pull out with you over the next 20 minutes or so we'll go to Senegal, Belgium, Ethiopia. And we'll have more on climate change. As the UK gets an extreme heatwave warning for today is the first time ever such a warning has been given. We'll look at the contributory factors all coming up here on Tuesday, stay with us. Let's talk about the latest in Ethiopia, the reports that.
"eid al" Discussed on KOMO
"The public and keeping our footprint. As small as possible. Karen Travers, ABC News The White House, still sometimes dangerous. At least 25 people have been killed and dozens wounded in a bomb attack in the Iraqi capital Baghdad, the city's worst bombing in six months. It comes as families prepare to celebrate the festival of Eid al ADHA. ABC is Julia McFarland, a rural teacher who became a political novice and ran for high office has been declared Peru's President elect defeating the daughter of a former president, Pedro Castillo, whose supporters included Peru's poor and rural citizens defeated right wing politician Keiko Fujimori. By just 44,000 votes. Castillo popularized the phrase No more poor in a rich country proves the second largest copper producer. This is ABC News, someone who's time 704 traffic every 10 minutes on fours from the Dubin Law Group Traffic Center. Here's Tama Fulton. Good evening, We have a new crash involving a motorcycle in Smokey Point. All the lanes of self on five are closed just before Highway 5 31, and there are multiple vehicles aid vehicles there on the scene that's causing a backup approaching that area. It JBL Emma crash on south beyond five at DuPont Silicon Road is on the right shoulder, causing a bit of a distraction. And in federal wait, watch for crash on South Island five just south of south to 88 straight, It's on the right shoulder. Causing a slowdown. His report is sponsored by Snoqualmie Casino Taylor Henry Hollywood Medium continues his sold out Tourist Snoqualmie Casino on Friday, September 17th and Saturday, September 18th Tickets are on sale. Now. S n o casino dot com Seattle's closest Snoqualmie Casino our next chemo traffic at 7 14. Shannon O'Donnell has your Como forecast Everybody Monday night here in western Washington. It was a beautiful and warm start to the work week with highs on either side of 80 around the sound earlier today, But as we head into Tuesday and Wednesday, if you do like it a little bit cooler that so Northwest style summer weather That does make a nice comeback as we had to Tuesday and Wednesday because of a little tropical low pressure coming through that will drag in a lot more morning overcast. So with that blanket of marine clouds each morning will even press out a little bit of mist and drizzle on Tuesday and Wednesday mornings not probably enough to water the lawn to any great extent for most of us, but At least a little bit of that fine precipitation, and then we end up back into the low seventies with afternoon clearing both days. If you like it warmer. We'll bring that in your direction to by later in the week in the coma Weather Center I'm meteorologist Shannon O Donnell 83 degrees right now in Seattle. Stay connected. Stay informed The news you need now on KOMO News. 1000 FM 97 7 Common used time 706 Art Sanders Top local stories from the chemo 24 7 News Center. Stock market took a big dip today. With the Dow down by more than 700 points, or 2%. Brian Harris talked with one of the most financial experts about what's.
"eid al" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
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"Say they will go on the offensive against forces from neighboring Tigre, potentially opening up a new phase in the eight month civil war troops are being rallied to counter the T grains who are advancing on Amhara held territory. In his first comments since T Ground forces launched a new offensive, the Ethiopian Prime Minister Abdi Ahmed promised to repel enemy attacks. He said fighting by the rebels was stopping essential supplies from reaching hundreds of thousands. People. Mary Harper reports, retired members of the security forces have been called up, and volunteer militias asked to mobilize to ground forces are pushing towards territory seized by the Amhara earlier on in the civil war. Those groups theaters rightfully theirs. With passion so high, this could lead to a new and even more bloody phase of the conflict. The European Union has announced ambitious proposals to cut carbon emissions to net zero by the year. 2050. The EU climate chief, Frans Timmermans, said implementing the plans would be hard but would give the world a fighting chance against climate change. They would end they end the sale of new petrol cars by 2035. And impose new taxes on shipping and aviation fuel. The British government has put forward plans to stop all prosecutions related to crimes committed in Northern Ireland before the Good Friday peace agreement in 1998, the statue of limitations would cover former soldiers and paramilitary groups. The move is opposed by Northern Ireland's main political parties and victims groups. Alan McBride, his wife was killed in 1993 said Britain was sending a negative message to people who had lost loved ones. The only thing that really that you had any kind of hope of was that one day there may well be a knock at the door with some of these people that were involved in these horrific events. And now that little semblance of hope has been taken away, and that the door has been Firmly. Closure could be firmly closed. And I think that sends the message and the message really that you can actually read into this is that the death of your loved one just doesn't matter. You're listening to world news from the BBC. The World Health Organization has warned that despite in coronavirus cases across the Middle East, aggravated by the spread of the delta variant and low vaccination rates could have dire consequences. The organization said the surge would continue to peak in the coming week as the Muslim world celebrates Eid al Huda, traditionally marked by religious and social gatherings. People who were fined in Spain for disobeying the terms of a tough coronavirus lockdown last year may be able to recover their money after the country's constitutional court ruled against part of the restrictions, the lockdown so people confined to their homes other than for limited exceptions, such as buying essentials. The court has now ruled that the imposition of such a strict confinement Should have had parliamentary approval. Iran has rejected US allegations that it plotted to abduct an American journalist in New York as baseless and ridiculous for Iranian nationals have been charged in their absence with conspiring to kidnap an Iranian born American activists. Massey Ali Najat, the White House spokesman, Jen Psaki said the US would do everything possible to protect its citizens. We categorically condemn Iran's dangerous and despicable reported plot to kidnap a U. S citizen on U. S soil. We will forcefully defend US citizens and US interests that includes law enforcement actions like the one announced yesterday, but its actions to attempt Sounds. The voices of those peacefully working to address the situation both inside of Iran and outside of Iran that are appalling, will continue to speak out against that, and obviously, law enforcement authorities will take appropriate steps. Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro has been admitted to hospital to investigate why he's suffering from chronic hiccups and the national address last week, he said the problem bothered him 24 hours a day. Mr Bolsonaro has undergone surgery on his abdomen several times after he was stabbed on the campaign trail in 2018. BBC news. Hello and welcome to New South. It's coming to you live from the BBC World Service Studios in central London. We're going to begin with a BBC investigation, which has revealed that thousands of foreign Children could be facing life in prison in Syria.
"eid al" Discussed on KCRW
"Will report concluding Facebook and other tech giants are unfair monopolies. Amazon has also petitioned the FTC for cons. Recusal, Facebook and Amazon are among NPR's financial supporters. The FCC declined to comment. Shannon Bond NPR News in Oregon, the Lightning sparked bootleg fire and Klamath County has destroyed at least 20 homes. Is threatening thousands more and at more than 200,000 acres. It's burning an area about the size of New York City. Jeff Thompson with Oregon Public Radio has more The bootleg fire is now the biggest wildfire in the nation. Becky hides family ranches near the western edge of the fire, She says. Things were bleak even before the fire started. If you take the drought, and then you You add the fire on top of it. You have ranchers in this area that are in a horrible situation. I don't know how else to explain it because You know they're grasses either burned up or they didn't grow it earlier in the year because of the drought, the forecast only calls for more hot, dry weather making for dangerous fire conditions. Evacuation orders are in effect. For NPR News. I'm Jeff Thompson in Portland. Climate Change contributes to extreme weather events such as the Heat wave engulfing much of the Western U. S. Deaths from drug overdoses search to a record 93,000 last year as much of the U. S was in lockdown because of the coronavirus, According to the government's findings. The number is a 29% increase from 2019. Experts say the strict limits due to covid 19 outbreaks, isolated people with drug addictions and made access to treatment more difficult. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention says in 2020, drug overdoses increased in all but two states. Bangladesh temporarily lifting coronavirus curbs ahead of the Muslim festival of Eid al ADHA, which meet up attack has more. Public transport in Bangladesh should resume Thursday to allow people to travel to their hometowns ahead of the eat holiday, But restrictions return next week and will continue until early August. Bangladesh has been under a strict lockdown since the beginning of this month to stop a sharp surge in Covid 19 cases driven by the highly transmissible delta variant of the coronavirus. Switch me to contact reporting it's NPR news. South Africa is witnessing more unrest over last week's imprisonment of former President Jacob Zuma. The government reports more than 200 violent incidents and to impoverished areas of the country overnight. Police say several days of rioting have resulted in more than 70 deaths. As a result, the presence of troops and police on the streets has doubled in number. Zuma serving a 15 month sentence for contempt of court after refusing to comply with an order to testify at an inquiry investigating reports of corruption. During his presidency from 2009 to 2018. France's Bastille Day parades back after being forced into a pandemic induced hiatus last year. The event was back today. But as NPR's Eleanor Beardsley reports, Spectators could only attend if they tested negative for coronavirus. President Emmanuel Macron kicked off the traditional military.
For Muslims in America, Eid al-Fitr comes as pandemic eases
"For Muslims in America the eat holiday comes as the pandemic eases the holiday marks the end of the sacred month of Ramadan when Muslims abstain from food and drink from sunrise to sunset traditionally people gather for prayers visit family and friends and huddled together around festive meals but for those in America even as the observe iris precautions this year's eve comes as the pandemic eases its grip on the country it's a contrast with many other countries who are celebrating the holiday in a subdued mood for a second year under pandemic restrictions I Walter Ratliff
"eid al" Discussed on KCRW
"I'm Dave Mattingly. Industry analysts say gasoline prices in the U. S should remain stable if Colonial pipeline is able to resume normal operations within a few days. The company's pipeline extending from Texas to New England remains down this morning because of a ransomware attack. That pipeline delivers about 45% of the gasoline used on the east coast of the U. S. Commerce Secretary Gina Raimondo says the White House is doing what it can. It's an all hands on deck effort right now. And we're working closely with the company, state and local officials to make sure that they get back up to normal operations as quickly as possible. Reportedly hackers with the group dark side our prime suspects. The Taliban say they will implement a three day cease fire in Afghanistan this week because of a Muslim holiday. Here's NPR's DEA Hadeed. The Taliban said the cease fire was for Afghans to celebrate Eid al Fitr. The Muslim holiday that follows the holy month of Ramadan. The ceasefire is expected to begin Wednesday or Thursday. The announcement came after days of the Taliban, ratcheting up their attacks on pro government forces. And hours after the ceasefire was announced, a roadside bomb detonated in southern Afghanistan, killing more than 10 people. Such bombs a typically left by Taliban insurgents. The Taliban deny bombing a girl's school in Kabul. This is NPR news. You're listening to KCRW. I'm Cherry Glaser. The deadline for approving.
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"eid al" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Of thousands of homes and businesses have lost power and winds of a hundred kilometers an hour have hit the area around pass the Afghan president Ashraf Ghani has announced that the government will speed up the release of Taliban prisoners he made the comments as a three day ceasefire to mark the Muslim festival of Eid al Fitr came to effect as United States approaches one hundred thousand deaths linked to code nineteen The New York Times has devoted its entire front page to the names of the victims the paper's headline describes the deaths suffered since January as an incalculable loss the office of the British prime minister has insisted that Boris Johnson is standing by his chief adviser he faces fresh allegations that he breached the country's coronavirus restrictions Dominic Cummings was already facing calls to resign after it emerged he traveled to be with relatives in March and jerian use issues around the world have held a concert online to show their support for protests in Algeria demanding a complete change to the political system that has lasted more than a year the protests in Algeria have been halted by corona virus BBC news this is BBC trending the program that takes an investigative look at the world of social media I'm Mike Wendling this week we're looking at men's rights activists some of them hold controversial views like this woman just let's say refuses to have sex with her husband for a very long period of time you might want to have sex with her against her will it's it's a tricky situation I do think that you technically as a man could rape a woman as you know but I think it happens less frequently than maybe a lot of moments today I don't know so what is going on here reporter Jonathan Griffin has been investigating hi Mike yeah men's rights have been a big deal online for quite some time on Facebook and reddit groups supporting the movement have bill up thousands sometimes even hundreds of thousands of members and they meet in real life as well so last year I went to Chicago along with my colleague gal for awhile for as a filmmaker to the international conference on men's issues this conference is it wants to deal with the social and legal issues that disproportionately affects men and boys it sounds straightforward but the gathering wasn't without controversy even before this conference began a British politician called it a gathering of in securing sexist mom babies so what's really going on the first conference was organized in Detroit in twenty fourteen well one of the world's largest men's rights websites since then it's bounced around the world but the Southern Poverty Law Center an American organization which tracks extremist has categorized he organizes the miles of promises take group noting that founder Polly limb once declared October bash a violent woman month I need inside woman but a pretty offensive word in its place he added the women should quote keep that stinking hands off people all men should quote literally grab them by the hand and smack the face against a wall the conference this time is held in large hotel on the outskirts of the windy city hundreds of people from around the world I've got the to his speeches and panels with names like why toxic masculinity is not to blame for mass shootings and the feminist campaign to demonise male sexuality Jonathan who goes to an event like this well as you might suspect Mike the majority the attendees a man as with any great men's rights activists are hard to define particularly as a member of the media so Y. also couple of men's rights activists or M. all righties to explain how they view feminism feminism's quite a nebulous idea but it basically says that men and women should have equal rights and highlights areas where things might need to be leveled up for women okay my name is when it's I'm I'm from my son the size promoting that when are we hi I am I am from Munich in Germany Minnesota say it is all about I wasn't the type off causing the victim this it's not cheap to travel to the US from Europe but both fan and Daniel have given at that time and all ship to travel it lands it can be here someone else who's made that long journey is Phillips hands up he says he came across a video when you choose from one of the conference organizes several years ago and it led him to go down the quote rabbit hole now he's a confident men's rights activist with his own YouTube channel someone asked him what characteristics define his fellow conference attendees almost everybody in this room is a social outcast when you are in the crowds can you identify the outsiders yes you can simplify in his view it sounds like these men are just outcasts lost boys yeah but Philip also has some sharp differences of opinion with some of the other attendees he told me that last night had a strong disagreement at the conference with the midtown now make tell means men going their own way and these guys have a male self preservation requires disassociating completely from women yeah that sounds pretty extreme yeah they're advocating walking away from relationships forgets about marriage even disentangling economically the full works not may sound like a fringe movement on reddit they have a community of about eighteen thousand members I almost Philip to introduce me to one of the big towns I do not have to send you to talk to a person I had a fight with yesterday but I don't understand why you want to introduce us to this guy we know that you'll view points on different so his yeah correct but I do not know are you going to edit the interviews you know what this gets to the heart of two important things about the men's rights movement number one men's rights activists come from a range of backgrounds the people that are anti feminist but they have a vast spectrum of views on ways to handle feminism for Philip the mix how white is just too extreme number two those in the movement have a real distrust of media organizations they claim that the media don't report fairly on them in fact in a recent Yuchi videos the event organizes the conference claimed that by getting an academic to critique the conference the BBC was returning to the sweet woman for life's what do you so that's the flavor of some of the people what kinds of messages were coming from the speakers well this is really important so the conference is split into two main versions will call them remain unwritten bay now ring is the mind and it's really big hosting hundreds of people that have speakers on the cultural this is a complex of polarized society like with a social justice is simple try to gain space now we're gonna come back to this room like to we can be is significantly smaller the speakers in here tend to focus on specific issues things like male circumcision how to navigate the modern dating scene and paternity fooled you know cases where a man is tricked into thinking that left fathers this room also hosts a number of talks about domestic violence one of the speakers claims that domestic violence by females is at least as frequent as not by miles my colleague Calvary almost Philip what he feels the speech fifty percent of domestic violence is actually rated by both parties so it's a toxic relationship rather than one partner is the aggressor and the other one is the victim so I have here figures of the office for national statistics in the end okay yeah yeah which is an official partner an estimated seven point nine percent of women and four point two percent just men experience domestic abuse in the last year this means almost twice per cent of women experience domestic abuse that ma'am so these are stats from the UK's official statistics body and other organizations have also looked into this question and come to the same conclusion I do not believe the statistic and I don't believe the statistics that I heard just now Philip just doesn't accept the statistics that women are more likely to be victims of domestic abuse he does not know Tracy Farrell is an expert in this area she works with the social data research group at the knowledge media institute was the U. case open university she says that the idea of men being the real victims is a trope that she's found researching different types of anti female behavior online something which we called flipping the narrative which was presenting the idea that women hold most of the political and personal power and that is men who are subjugated by feminism back at the conference another the speakers on domestic violence is mark B. Rosenthal he's a short film man with a pastel yellow short sleeve shirt and a slightly anxious smile he claims he's always dreamed of bringing attention to female perpetrated domestic violence so when I asked him more about his story my mother would attack either verbally or physically and it took me a good somewhere between ten and fifteen years before I finally felt normal and that was constantly depressed and thinking of committing suicide I knew to some extent that my sister had been affected the same way they she was fighting the same battle and she lost I'm sorry today sixty obviously when I got the news I was devastated and my version of go out in the world and make it a better place is go out and tell the public that there is this big piece of the domestic violence story that they don't know anything about and don't believe and they need to go help that population of people to and over the years I realize that the battered women's movement they didn't want to hear the version of the story that I was telling they didn't want to hear a person's real lived experiences it's clear that mark is going through our law he says he's been the victim of serious violence in the family home and he also says that he feels male victims of domestic abuse don't get the attention they deserve and all of the attendees Hey would agree with him so even though it doesn't change reality you can see how experiences of some of the men speaking might lead them to discount official statistics it's in the other room room hi but the biggest crowds congregate this is where the headline speakers talk about the cultural and social media headlines might one of the keynote speeches on the stage comes from count Dankula real nine Markus Meechan a comedian and youtuber with seven hundred thousand followers now if I remember correctly he was involved in a court case he trained his girlfriend's dog to give **** salute and then put it on YouTube yeah and he was arrested and fined on the U. K. little known that's horrible of comedians with a lot of different political views came out to defend him in free speech he's been particularly associated with people on the anti politically correct rights this conference is encouraged to push the boundaries of his humor once again what's the most offensive joke ever told you really don't yes local and zero point about this trusted media organizations the final keynote speaker on the final day of the conference is another U. Chiba Sargon of account his real name is slightly more basic call Benjamin he described himself to me as an internet provocateur now both Markus Meechan call Benjamin rack up huge numbers of use online but they don't exactly have mainstream support a year ago they posted in European Parliament elections in the U. K..
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"A pandemic doing our best to survive all after the latest BBC news BBC news hello I'm gonna respond AS in Hong Kong have funny tear gas and pepper spray a pro democracy protesters gathered on the streets for the first time since China announced plans to impose a new security law on the territory hundreds of demonstrators carry banners and chanting faced off with police two hundred senior politicians from around the world he seemed a joint statements criticizing the draft law saying there must be no infringement of Hong Kong's autonomy he's James Landau the signatures represent a global coalition of senior policy makers in twenty three countries in Europe North America South Asia and Australia MPs and MEPs senators and congressmen they say the plans are a comprehensive assault on the city's freedoms and a flagrant breach of the Sino British joint declaration that established its autonomy Britain the United States and other countries have voiced their concern but have yet to spell out what action they may take Muslims around the world are celebrating Eid al Fitr the math festival that marks the end of the fasting month of Ramadan it is normally a time of feasting gift giving and family get togethers but this year it's taking place in the shadow of the coronavirus countries including Turkey and Saudi Arabia have ordered complete lockdowns and Indonesia has banned Ginny's to see relatives strict measures are also in place in Egypt assembly bill reports it is unusually quiet in Cairo not much is left of the normal hustle and bustle of the big city at this time of the year many Egyptians who used to visit their loved ones dine out head to the parks or take a short night cruise but now the remain indoors as the authorities have tightened anti coronavirus measures infection rates have steadily risen during the fasting month of Ramadan partly due to people making family visits the French health minister levy veteran has ordered a review of the use of the anti malarial drug hydroxy chloroquine to treat conceded nineteen patients after studies suggested that it raise mortality rates will be another day has these reports how does a core Quinten traction worldwide as a possible coronavirus kewl after French stocks Diego began proclaiming its efficacy in March the government allowed is limited use for covert nineteen patients despite the remaining unproven as a treatment president Emmanuel macron visited daughters I was hospital and must say describing him as a great scientist the rate of prescription for the drug has soared so no wonder the health minister live events on is concerned with the study which suggested the death rate increased for those taking Hydroxycut work when he described the research published in the lancet medical journal as alarming wills knees from the BBC Venezuela has thanked the government of Iran is the first to find a radiant oil tankers entered its territorial wars is carrying more than a million barrels of fuel the Iranian tank is a being escorted by the Venezuelan AT and enforce the United States which is imposed sanctions on both countries this is monitoring the convoy a three day truce to mark eagles into is coming into a fight in Afghanistan after a surprise announcement by the Taliban the U. S. envoy Zalmay Khalilzad court the temperate seas for a momentous opportunity should not be missed president Ashraf Ghani welcomed the Taliban's announcement on Saturday that they would restrict themselves to defensive operations following a recent upsurge in violence Mr Ghani ordered the army.
Eid Traditions Become 'Very Different' For Muslims In The Age Of Coronavirus
"Muslims around the world are celebrating Eid al Fitr the math festival that marks the end of the fasting month of Ramadan it is normally a time of feasting gift giving and family get togethers but this year it's taking place in the shadow of the coronavirus countries including Turkey and Saudi Arabia have ordered complete lockdowns and Indonesia has banned Ginny's to see relatives strict measures are also in place in Egypt assembly bill reports it is unusually quiet in Cairo not much is left of the normal hustle and bustle of the big city at this time of the year many Egyptians who used to visit their loved ones dine out head to the parks or take a short night cruise but now the remain indoors as the authorities have tightened anti coronavirus measures infection rates have steadily risen during the fasting month of Ramadan partly due to people making family
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"eid al" Discussed on Chief Yuya: Learn the Calculations, Insights, and the Lifestyle of a Royal Man
"Plain and simple But people have been forced into a corner. You know so. Your best mate still comes from where you're from even with all the ugliness. It just means that you have to search harder you have to be more creative more inventive and finding a good one you know but if you have foreign lovers as you know it is what it is. I understand that but it doesn't mean that you know the best meat doesn't mean only me you might have Women at you do with that. You're made it too far. You know foreign but understand the best one is going to be the one that's with you and it's always a sad occurrence when you cannot conjoined with your best mate because of social engineering but anyway so that is our That is tribute. I would say to be a Buba care as well as My Been COBB and You know again closing out this Ramadan. This year And I'm sure for many of you has been a beautiful experience if not at least a learning one. I I- Lisa learning one and I will that You start really thinking strongly about who it is at. You can join within web and move beyond as I've been saying probably foot only since I've been on the Internet ten years or so At least I'm what I see on the Internet. Don't podcasts and whatnot that you move beyond This digital medium will not be here forever. But I will that you know many of you. Won't you like hiding? This is like the movie surrogate. You like hiding your apartments in your house. Where behind the screen? You don't want anybody to see you. I know that you know many of you will be found half eaten by your house pets. You know. That's your what it is but those of you who are have a bit more foresight. I will that you work in do everything you can the to take business from the digital to the analog world because the there's a time coming we will not have such easy access. Don't take it for granted that you will have such easy access all the time to digital once once you finished completely downloading your brain. You thought you likes your angers into social media and you've completely built up that That mind of Yuna Krahn you know It won't really need any more to do anymore down. Won't you won't have anything left? So that's when you access will be restricted. Because he got everything we need to know. You Ain't grown anymore. We've we've developed the algorithm that that we needed to To to develop you know and now we've built brainiac you know so Yeah you can go about your way now and no more free social media so I really just will. That you make the serious efforts anomaly. Create family for those of you who take it seriously and understand it what you need to fix within yourself to be eligible for that you. Demand is not enough honey to be covered or I need a woman S. No so what you know Are you eligible for that? An easily things that you know I knew is leading you and to some of the things this some of it is like the basics is an even deeper stuff But sometimes you need a leader like Abu By care who may be a little more soft target but is able to represent the faith in a very strong way and the teachings because he grew up with the Prophet was. You know I convert you know Arguably but do you need sometimes as strong hand of a Omar. Been to also tell you that. Hey we can't play with you right now. You know the serious things happening series things going on and no one has a time to be sitting here playing with you. You're playing and you're GONNA die because you're playing. But I consider those who are under my steed to be pious and to be faithful and I take that charge seriously into ignore that need or to ignore that responsibility would be of the greatest sin against my deity so there are different people who emerge at different times for different reasons and you have to kind of be in tune with the challenges to not to be able to recognize the solutions. All right so This has been chief. I'M GONNA lead you out with A little meditation that I that I've been with I'm GonNa play for you and we're going to close out but that and maybe it will help you to meditate a little bit just a little Some of you are Kinda toy with music a little bit. No let me not say that. That's disrespectful I'm as false humility Music is very important to me. It's it's a very important part of what I am and what you hear all the time so is actually Sometimes I actually make songs just for me. You know. I'm I make saw most of what I do. Now is for Film you know his muscles to work that I do now but There's a lot of times I make music to my own healing and I made something It might have been twenty twenty eleven Ramadan something like that and I found The foul recently and I was listening to it in as I was meditating and moving around and walking and I said okay maybe I'll share this one all right so I'm going to share this with you all and I will see you for a next podcast. All right so everyone be. Well continued to be wise and You know continue to monitor and pay close attention to what it is and who it is. You are choosing to follow and be subject to all right piece.
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"And You know but he was. He was known he was excellent. Horse rider he was a wrestler. A he was a very strong individual. So what happened. One day was that he set out to He was going to murder the prophet and He found out that his sister and his brother in law had converted to Islam so he went over to their home to confront them about this and he found them in a moment in the middle of a lesson being taught things about Islam and he went into a rage and he ceased. He beat up his brother-in-law and he started smacking around his sister and she started bleeding and in that moment he felt he felt bad and he stopped so then he then he started to listen you okay. So what is this about what Islam about? What is His Prophet? Talk about and it with things that were being said in that moment that allowed her softened his heart and one of which was at finding out that you know. Allah it there is no God above Alah and that softened his heart and he started to listen he started to learn right so eventually he he converted to Islam. You know but I should also add. He read the Koran for himself and before he read he went and took a bath. I he bathes himself. He cooled himself off very strong. Ogun energy with Omar ib Qatar. He bathed himself off and he came back and he began to read the Koran. And read what was you know or read not so much the Koran but he began to read you know the the the the testimonies documents in okay in listen and it with a cool head. He was able to process. This is this is a good thing so he was the same one again. When the Prophet transitioned he's like anybody says the Prophet transition in front of me. Kill Them so when he was chosen by Buber here many of the men were concerned because they were saying you know. He's he's too rough. It's got too much gounon them you know he he's a he's a very hard energy in We don't we don't necessarily want to be under his role because he's such a strong person and you know He was aware of what The men were feeling you know the people of Medina how they were feeling about about him and you know what kind of how he was known in terms of his toughness and you know he made it clear and he you know he addressed the people and he said you know I. I am the one who be back here. Said Abu by Said who needs to govern over you in to be your next Khalif and I want you to know that I've softened myself in order for me to properly rule you and to properly govern you but if anyone seeks to oppress you or transgress against you you will see my strength. Come forth again. You know And he said I will put my own face in the dirt to defend you righteous people and it was very important. You know it metaphor let me go to Abu Bakar if for second it was Abu by care that established What we call Colds of conflict but a Cold War. You know so. There was certain things that You know he specified at pretty much Dan today that you ought not do and at times of war you know one of them for instances you should not kill women or elderly people you know he also said that if if you're going into a land and you have conquered the land do not cut down the fruit trees but allow them to stand because those those trees that you can eat from later right so there was a series of things that he had he had spoken about that became kind of he became known for as far as You know like I said our codes of conflict. These are the things that we will not do Going forward and he even spoke about. You may find. People have spent their life in monasteries as we know was like monks do not kill monks as very different from what you see amongst the Viking clans who they they went in for the monks When they came into Europe They that's they went to I practically but nonetheless you know he. He established some of these codes. And they were they were of them as far as like you know How people would be treated you know going going forward so we go back to Abu. I'm sorry go back to Omar being you know he made it clear that I'm still a strong man but I will offer myself for you. I I understand what you concerns. What and he was so essential to the again. The establishment of the Islamic state Very similar to Abu Bar Care He was able to get so much done. But before we get into that if I even get into that You know like I said. He increased people's money increased salary. He took nothing from them. He established a police force. You know he did. So many things He conquered lands and more so people who were trying to conquer them you know including Ancient won't not so ancient Egypt or commit but He also promised that he would not send armies out to be destroyed. A lot of rules do that. You know they they'll send armies out to to either make a point or to show force because they just don't care you know great example if you look at the movie. Glory Denzel Washington and Morgan Freeman and Matthew Broderick in Andre I can't remember his name right now but nonetheless you look at a movie like that and you see like the glory was. We're GONNA go going to try to take this fort which they didn't take any way and we all got half of us are going to die and the process. But it was Omar I know not going to do. I'm not going to send soldiers out omissions like that and he also made sure not that soldiers would never kept out for extended periods from their family so there was a lot of fairness there. There was a time when I mean it was so many things he did. I keep going and you know. Give it a for history lesson but I'll leave that to own scholarship but there was there was a time when it was called the time of ashes and It was basically. It was a drought and famine in the land and The people were were doing so poorly at a certain time. And I have to say at a certain time because as Omar expanded the empire One of the things that are his predecessor had established which have been established by Prophet Muhammad. Was that there was a. We'll call it a stipend that was paid out to the people regularly. So basically as the nation expanded the wealth of that expansion was not just pay towards the aristocracy. So it wasn't just a higher caste that benefited from the expansion but all citizens were given a stipend and when Omar came into power increased. Stipend right so if if the government a we do well we all do. Well you know so he even like I said if there was a soldier who was kept out for too long or did not return. He then took it upon himself to be the caretaker of that soldier's wife and he also cared for the soldiers children so no one was left without support or protection and there was a time it also should be noted with the marlins that he never moved with bodyguards which I found very interesting. Of course he was known Not to be one to mess with but nonetheless you know no one is I can't say no one is superman. But no one is is impenetrable but He would often walk the streets especially at night By himself and he would do that because he wanted to be closely in tune with the condition of his people and a lot of times he would give. Cheese has a cut to the people in need but he would do it in an anonymous way because he would just be walking the streets at night and People would would maybe not know who he was but during this time called the year of ashes People would test it. You know like I said there was famine and things like that in certain things became unavailable. you know like milk and and things like that so people would would basically live off of A little bit of bread dipped in oil and that is how they sustained themselves for that. Time and Omar refuse to buy or allow The merchant to sell things at inflated prices. So you know of course we. We often fall into the idea that you know. As demand increases the prices shall increase. But this was not not allowed and during this time Omar with eat bread dipped in oil because his whole There are more was that. How can I truly be concerned and understand what Mike what my subjects are going through? If I do not go through the same thing so he would eat what the ordinary people would eat by So there was a story and this is this is what we're we're building up to That Omar experience we know about Omar One night when he was out taking one of his Usual Walk Sir. Or strolls if We want to call it He came upon a woman an old woman.
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