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Saudi Arabia Opens Airspace to Israeli Flights
"Saudi Arabia changes its airspace regulations to permit Israeli flights to and from the United Arab Emirates, the latest from the media lines. Lawrence Rifkin. Despite the generalized language, Israel is officially upbeat about Saudi Arabia is new policy, opening its air space to all countries sending flights to or from the United Arab Emirates. The policy change follows an overflight on Monday by an El Al jet, bringing officials to Abu Dhabi to discuss normalization, something Riyadh will hold off. Until there is peace between Israel and the Palestinians. Although stated policy covers only flights to or from the Emirates officials in Israel Sieff has an opening too much shorter flights to the Far East, which until now took most commercial aircraft around Saudi Arabia or north of Syria, Iraq and Iran. I'm
In Israel, Kushner says 'stage is set' for Mideast progress
"Advisor Jared Kushner says there will be a lot more breakthroughs for peace between Israel and the Arab states. In the wake of the recent decision by the United Arab Emirates to normalize ties. Kushner was speaking on Sunday in Jerusalem alongside U. S National Security advisor Robert O'Brien. The two will take a high profile flight on Monday together with Israeli officials El al flight 971 On direct from Tel Aviv to Abu Dhabi will be the first commercial passenger run between the two cities. Exuding optimism of his own. Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu told Kushner and O'Brien that the flight will pave the way for other countries to normalize their ties
Israel lists first commercial passenger flight to UAE
"No Israel also breaking overnight. Israel is listed an El AL flight taking off Monday for Abu Dhabi that would be Israel's first commercial passenger flight to the United Arab Emirates. After the Countries agreed to a US brokered deal to normalize relations of the website of the Israel Airports Authority listed the flight on Friday, which the U. S officials earlier said will include officials led by President Trump Senior advisor and son in law Jared Kushner. Other U. S officials onboard will include national security adviser Robert O'Brien. Mideast envoy Bobby Berkowitz, an envoy for Iran, Brian Hook, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu earlier announced that his national security advisor will lead Israel's that delegation.
A Song For Peace
"This is the story of a song that is in a way the story of this country in the spring of Nineteen, sixty-nine at a sidewalk cafe on Richmond Street tucked in from the corner of Dizengoff. Street in Tel Aviv a twenty four year old poet named Yakov or Janka wrote Blit met a twenty five year old musician and arranger named yet year Rosenbloom and the two men became friends the cafe was called California and the. Place, itself said something about the people who made a habit of spending their days especially, their long nights there. The first thing to know about Cafe California is what it wasn't just one hundred and twenty five meters up Dizengoff was a legendary Bohemian cafe called carseat. It had been in operation since nineteen, thirty five, and since then it was the place where you can find some of Jewish palestines and then Israel's greatest poets and writers. On Alterman and Lebron's Sean Ski. Lay. Goldberg. Alexander Penn great writers who had been young and who grew old drinking coffee in the afternoon and vodka in Iraq at night at the simple spare tables of cassette alongside these luminaries in the nineteen sixties. New Generation staked claims at the table, the actor or. The singer Oregon Stein the architect Yaakov wreck there and many others cafe California was not seat from its vantage half of long block away even the young people at seat where old carseat was yesterday's Bohemia California was today's Cafe California was founded in one, thousand, nine, hundred, thousand, nine by a man named Ab Netanyahu who was only thirty two. Then that had lived a good deal of life. Netanyahu was born in nineteen twenty seven in the southwest corner of what is now Iran in a place called Abedin on the Persian Gulf just. Across the border from Bosra not far from Kuwait at six he was sent to board at Saint. Mary's a Jesuit School in Mumbai where you had an aunt, his parents abandoned. Persia. For India when he was twelve at sixteen and Nineteen, forty three, he lied about his age and joined the Royal Indo British Air Force in time after he trained to watch the Second World War wind down at twenty one he came to fight in Israel's war of independence and never left taking a job as an El Al pilot when he was decommissioned. It was with a few restless L. Buddies that Netanyahu opened cafe. California soon, it was filled with the city's young wannabe writers, directors and poets the people most eager to knock from their sinecures the city's old writers, directors, and poets who argued and held forth at carseat. Ab Thanh was a magnet for Bohemians and he came alive when he was with Bohemians, their company produced in him at once a sense of satisfaction. He had found his people but also a sense of restlessness eighty, nine ton was in constant search of his next Gig in nineteen sixty five he ran for Knesset advice of a friend who worked in PR he pledged that if he was elected, he would fly to Egypt to meet with General Nasser to seek peace after he failed to win a seat in parliament, he anyway bought a nineteen twenty seven steer. Men by playing that, he named piece one on February twenty, eighth nineteen, sixty six, he took off and flying low to avoid Israeli radars he landed in Port Saieed the Egyptians sent him back the next day Nassar had refused to see him back home a retired David Ben Gurion told reporters that not tons trip was an event of moral and political importance and quote pope. Pious gave him a medal of peace and Robert Kennedy and Bertrand Russell sought out his company not much later the notion took hold of Natanz, that music held the key to altering. Israeli. In the summer of Nineteen Sixty Nine AB NATANZ bought a Dutch cargo ship named MVP SEATO MVP stands for motor vessel and he rechristened it the MVP piece from Holland he sailed to New York to raise money and set up a shipboard radio station. His plan was to anchor in the Mediterranean outside territorial waters of Egypt and Israel and broadcast songs of peace that might open the minds of Israelis any. Alike his sojourn to New York stretched biblically three years would pass before he returned with ship in good repair with mixers, turntables, ABC cartridge machines, reel to reel tape machines, and fifty kilowatt transmitter to help not on- by what he needed John. Lennon. And Yoko Ono signed hundreds of posters of the two of them in bed in Amsterdam their famous bet in which not on sold to raise money for audio equipment. John Lennon also offered not time yet. Rolls. Royce grads to sell at auction, but the practical impediments of shipping the grand car stymied the business, the carpenters, Johnny Mathis and other musicians recorded for non promotional clips in praise of peace. Not an idea was that new music might open minds in Israel Egypt. The station eventually began to broadcast in nineteen seventy-three as the voice of peace
Garcetti Announces Outdoor Dining Program, Says Offices In Los Angeles Can Reopen If Telework is Not Possible
"Wait in other news it's back to business with restaurants once again allowed to see diners but with lower capacity LA is trying to help them out mayor Eric Garcetti says the city is launching LA alfresco through el al fresco the city will offer temporary no cost allowances for restaurants to provide outdoor dining on sidewalks and private parking lots and the program may expand to streets in the future it takes a little bit more work to engineer safely Garcetti also says more offices can now reopen but only if telework isn't
Iran's foreign minister tweets: 'We do not seek escalation or war, but will defend ourselves against any aggression'
"The Iran foreign ministers calling the ballistic missile attack on Iraqi bases housing U. S. troops what a proportionate measure in self defense the foreign minister also tweeted that Iran does not seek escalation of war what will defend itself against any aggression reportedly fifty missiles fired ten strike in the on el al Asad air base in Iraq's western Anbar province one struck a basin or bowl in Iraq's Kurdish region four missiles failed to hit their targets president trump did not deliver and address this evening but he tweeted it read in part all is well so far so good we have the most powerful and well equipped military anywhere in the world by far I will be making a statement tomorrow morning a US official says few if any American casualties from those around a missile
"el al" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM
"El al good news indeed today's episode was written by Lorraine Fenton produced by Tyler plant for I heart radio as howstuffworks for more on this and lots of other continually spawning topics visit our home planet has to force dot com and for more podcasts for my heart radio I heart radio app apple podcast or wherever you listen to your favorite shows all the best podcast all on one channel all free I downloaded the I heart radio right now I found a physicist and a cartoonist and brought them together to discuss some simple but profound questions of the people have been wondering about for thousands of years no one understood Daniel Jorge and jargon free way this is Daniel Jorge explain the universe sometimes it drives me crazy thinking about the secret things that we just I'm thinking like a where my son eccentrically them in the dryer that's a big mystery but I'm thinking Nick Mister who thought to introverts connected signs pastas that in in during this time for sure but I'm talking about like universe size mystery thank you to the universe starting in one way no other way what if we could just go back to the she ended on earth these mysteries from the past what was it like as a baby basically right leg was an awkward cute funny and to me.
Many Teens Are Using Ultra-Potent 'Marijuana Concentrates'
"With a new study showing the affected marijuana in concentrated form can have on teens and adolescence has been released in with me on the couple whose line with findings from that to study A. B. C.'s sherry Preston in New York sherry hello what can you tell us about this study yeah good morning Tom this is a study about the marijuana in concentrated form and it covered form it's sometimes called waxes sometimes called butter is sometimes called oil it's the stuff that you use in animals it's also the stuff that is used to vapor and you just need a tiny dab of it and what has these researchers a little bit concerned is that they're saying and they are not sure about the THC concentrations in these are much higher than the plant form this is what's extracted from the plant itself and just you just need a tiny little bit of it but it's got a lot of the of the of the marijuana in it and when it comes to vaping on you get the little pods and then what these researchers are saying is they just don't know the effects of this kind of THC and what it has on an adolescent's brain on they also say it to you know they're concerned about the being in general when it comes to nicotine or marijuana use they think that you know maybe parents should be aware of what these devices look like what they you know if they see them around the house if they you know it's they're not looking for necessarily a bag of pot anymore because everything has changed is more more states decriminalize and and and make marijuana fully legal is it is it yours this study was it taken in Arizona correct he was in Arizona and involved the reason that researchers are interested in it is not just because it involves marijuana and marijuana I mean involves Arizona Arizona is a state where medical marijuana is legal okay so there might be more prevalent of pop they're they're interested in it because it involves so many students and there's over about fifty thousand kids that were study for this over two hundred and sixteen schools and they studied kids in eighth grade in tenth grade and twelfth grade and they tried to you know look at how much they're using these drugs they also think that dating marijuana can lead to vaping of other products including nicotine that is it exploded over the past couple years where is it only used to be in el al yeah a very small percentage of kids had tried vaping now it's up to twenty percent and people are saying you know we got to get a handle on this and you know we need to understand what these kinds of things what it means to have you know who cannabis concentrated and how it's used to the parents can be more aware and kids can be more where to because it's their brains you're talking about sure and if I'm reading this study right it looks like the higher doses of THC have been linked to increases in marijuana addiction exactly yeah that's one of the things I mean we all know that you know the the the it's hot can can lead to things like paranoia anxiety panic attacks and things like that so right now they're not fully known you know how how this concentrate would affected and weather would have to be something that would have to be used on a daily basis whether it leads to addiction and that's one of the things to we're gonna be talking about a lot more about this is that as marijuana is legalized in more places you're gonna see a lot more studies about how it's affecting the brain how old the addictive properties of it you know what some of the the the chemicals are in it you know because it's been difficult for researchers to get marijuana to study in the past because it has been illegal and now that it's not in certain places here at the university's doing more studies on this and how it may affect all of us but most especially adolescents teenagers and young people all right thanks for the report sure Pritchett
Flight attendant diagnosed with measles after N.Y. flight has died
"A flight attendant who was diagnosed with measles after flying from the art to Israel has died the family of roe tam Amitai confirms to CBS news that the forty three year old died after being hospitalized for months the mother of three work for the Israeli airline el al she started experiencing symptoms in late
Flight attendant diagnosed with measles after N.Y. flight has died
"A flight attendant who was diagnosed with measles after flying from New York to Israel has died the family of wrote him a my tie confirms to CBS news at the forty three year old died after being hospitalized for months the mother of three word for the Israeli airline el all he started experiencing symptoms and late March after being on an el al flight from New York to Tel
Israel, New York And El Al discussed on Bill Handel
"And Israeli flight attendant has died several months after contracting measles she was a forty three year old mother of three who worked for el al airlines the times of Israel reports the flight attendant was likely exposed to the measles in March on a flight from New York to
Israel, New York And El Al discussed on Ron St. Pierre
"A forty three year old flight attendant for Israel's el al airlines is died five months after contracting the measles likely on a flight from new York's JFK airport to Israel this person contracted measles at the end of March and fell into a coma after developing in several light this inflammation of the brain that can be caused by the highly infectious disease days after the individual wrote ten not a mossy landed in Israel and began to show symptoms the Israeli ministry of health released an alert saying a measles patients have been on board an el al flight on March twenty sixth and twenty seventh but didn't specify as to whether or not a meeting was exposed on that particular plane while to the flight attendant actually dies after contracting measles on that
El Al flight attendant dies months after contracting measles
"An el al flight attendant is dead four months after contracting measles on a flight from New York to Israel she was forty three years old and have been immunized with just one dose of measles vaccine instead of the recommended two doses LL says she contracted measles March twenty six while working on a flight from JFK International Airport to Tel
New York, Israel And JFK International Airport discussed on WBZ Midday News
"Sad story a flight attendant exposed to measles on a flight from New York to Israel has now died the flight attendant was forty three years old and have been immunized with just one dose of measles vaccine instead of the recommended to el al says she contracted measles March twenty sixth while working on a flight from JFK International Airport to Tel Aviv she died of men enjoy oneself Politis after slipping into a coma Israel has recorded more than forty two hundred cases of measles over the past year and three missiles
Lana Hotel, Pneumonia And Georgia Department Of Health discussed on KYW 24 Hour News
"Radio new information on the legion el al break better known here as legionnaires disease at the Sheraton it's Lana hotel there are now more suspected cases in addition to the eleven confirmed cases of legionnaire's disease there are fifty five probable cases according to the Georgia department of health probable cases are people that illness consistent with legionnaire's disease which is a very serious type of pneumonia so the symptoms would include fever chills cough and shortness of breath the number of probable cases can change depending on further
"el al" Discussed on Half Size Me
"You're obviously struggling. Sleep apnea was there any other medical conditions going on at that time. I do have another medical condition, and I don't talk about it much because it's not doing much, but I do have a form of cancer called seed, El Al chronic lymphocytic leukemia, and it shows up his abnormal blood cells. But it started as abnormal bone marrow. And it showed up about the same time on my sleep showed up, but it was staged there. Oh, they could barely detect it. They just noticed that. My platelet counts dropped from one eighty thousand to thirty thousand across a couple of months span and hung around in the low thirty to forty range for about a year before recovered never been able to explain why it went down so fast and wag game back. But in the stay did own narrow test and found that I've I've got some abnormal cells. There's few more now said there were back then, but it's still considered stage zero and not showing any symptoms, but I can tell you that. My college est is really happy that. From taking off weight. So you even though you had this. It sounds like it's it's been managed with with that be fair to say that the cancers has been managed. Yes, I feel it has I am in process the changing on colleges as she just retired. But we'll see if the new one says, and so you joined the gym it sounds like was it back in twenty twelve when you're at your highest. Is that right? Yes. Okay. Twenty twelve. Okay. And was there any changes made to your eating or how did your eating change over the course of the couple years that you you've been focusing on this? Well, this gym or club was more than just a place to work out in sweat, and they also have accountability. And they also did a some train your brain seminars. Where Marty would talk about how the brain gets into habits, and we have to to build new mental Chan the we think of things in a different way not fall into the old traps..
El Al accommodates ultra-Orthodox men who won't sit next to women
"Six month old child take a month long journey to come to this country and then you find yourself on a concrete floor covered with mylar it's he calls separation of migrant children and their parents a humanitarian crisis one she says was created by the trump administration we need consistency and compassion out of this administration to work with us to solve this problem the trump administration says it has reunited more than five hundred migrant children with their parents still another two thousand children remain in these detention centers mike smells to be cbs news radio eight eighty now the trump administration reunited five hundred of the mike grandchildren that the administration that separated from their parents but more than two thousand or still in limbo senator chuck schumer wants the trump administration to appoint a special person to oversee the reuniting process until it's complete a wind driven fire racing across dry brush in a northern california community is destroyed twelve buildings in six hundred homes have been evacuated the pony fire broke out near the community of clear lake oak saturday evening it's burning out of control there's no estimate on one it might be contained and israeli airline el al is facing new allegations of discrimination after moving to female passengers under pressure from male ultra orthodox travelers who refused to sit next to the women in two thousand sixteen a similar case of discrimination was filed against the airline by female passenger israel's supreme court ruled that asking passengers to move their seat based on gender is a form of discrimination the most recent incident occurred on new york to tel aviv flight last week el al said discriminating against airline passengers whose quote forbidden the israel religious action center a progressive group that led last year's lawsuit accused the airline of breaking its own commitments president trump's point man in the middle east is looking to pump new life into an israeli palestine peace accord us envoy jared kushner says the us will publish its mideast peace plan soon with or without the palestinians the palestinians have refused to meet kushner during a visit to the region because the us recognize jerusalem as israel's capital kushner told an arab newspaper that the plan would greatly benefit the palestinians that was.
"el al" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600
"Infidels we are infidels they can lie to infidels it's in the book so anyway this is what kobe was talking about you may not hate muslims but muslims hate you says l siad after imploring the gop field that's kind of like you may not hate muslims muslims hate you nanan enemy the muslims do that by the way when they're in muslim elementary school nano thick southern madressa the tense exchange they'd get beaten with a stick by the by the teacher intense exchange came after callback state senator in canton township republican reotutar reiterated his claims that elsayed has a handful of affil affiliation with the muslim brotherhood noting that the shelby township democrat was part of the muslim students association while attending the university of michigan now that right there tells you that even if he isn't now he at one point was affiliated with the muslim brotherhood because that group is straight up muslim brotherhood that's one of the front groups student group was named in an exemplary memo by muslim brotherhood operative and national chapters and they've hosted al qaeda leader el al qaeda rather al qaeda leaders for campus speeches that's a corbett clem you can prove that fairly easily else i ed is a practicing muslim who's previously denied any affiliation with the muslim brotherhood but on thursday refused to dignify comex comments even after calling a republican candidate calling a republican candidates brian kelly and attorney attorney general bill schutte dr jim hines to disavow them anyway you can see the rest of this we gotta get this quote when when lyndon baines johnson i ran for congress he insulated his opponent rather he insinuated his opponent was having a relationship with an animal just your deny it outside said after the forum i'm not interested in denying something that's just not true what an interesting comment to make i'll say it said why wouldn't you stand up and say you know if i'm elected i'm going to work toward getting rid of the johnson amendment how about that how about you.
"el al" Discussed on WEEI
"Offers on the table from other teams and other markets so why did they choose to come here okay well you know i won't cover of that and i and i appreciate you saying that i that el al horford is um the bottom level of you max and gordon hayward is bother them level of max do you think you're gonna get you on this and to its kupu do you think that you're going to get i i i think i think for bronze going to san antonio 'cause he wants to play with top but do you really think it at any point boston we'll get any of the real top free agent i i don't with me i don't i i don't know i will tell you this the two guys that i just mentioned were as good as the it's gotten for the celtics throughout the history their franchise the number got guys that good before and the previous generation of the celtics i'm telling you right now four or five six years ago you don't get kevin durant into a room let alone kevin durant to really think about gap and you didn't get coverage rent inshore royal what are you talking about you yes you did that the southie the celtics character this american you just you just said they did they didn't get him into a room put yeah all dig wide why i can get care and dr into a room saniora creating may i listen it's got i appreciate the phone call but we're going to have this conversation we have to bring facts the table here yes the celtics got to have a direct you'll room and if you've read what's come out in the years since then the year plus sense he chose the golden state warriors you know the celtics were his second choice and for a minute they are they were first choice you know that he seriously wrestled with.
"el al" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show
"Allstar player i know that's mont on that all of that list it's meanspirited like al horford is a nice player he's everything what thirteen and seven new okay thirteen seven but he's done it all mr he's allstar reserve crack our for mayo el al horford allstar reserve double check i thought i had him down here he always makes the allstar games have made me did i'll yet thirteen point three point seven point yet why on their okay that would be the first guy by many of these guys and he's an ice player he's not an allstar wrecked oh my god now now i understand why these guys are upset even kevin love eighteen and nine those are still may staff but he he doesn't feel like whoa there's kevin love anymore i could take kevin love of off there i could take al horford sits now what guy you talk a lot bradley beal you like right he made it i i like him but i i love his jump shot and he's getting 24 game i just think that backwards have gonna have nothing to show for their career in washington as good as that backcourt is or should be they're not going to have anything to show for it now granted at frontcourt some very good but who else is in there that's questionable his jimmy butler is he he's very good and the tables are so much improved tamil k with that amara with a draymond green some people some isn't a problem with four warriors.
"el al" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"And i don't know if anybody is broken that down mean that's what i would want to know now maybe bill simmons would do something like that reach say all right this guy doesn't deserve to be on the roster the one name kyle lowry selling scoring 171 game for the raptors this year i know he's a great player but maybe you could give him the heaveho it's fair i don't know but but okay collapses doing great so yes second best team in the east uh chris paul ben simmons kemba walker andre drummond lou williams paul george i iin okay i mean is there one where you go oh my god did he get ripped off their yup without looking at stats just by name who doesn't feel like an allstar player i know that's monty at of that list it's meanspirited like al horford is a nice player he's everything what thirteen and seven meal okay thirteen seven but he's on her he's also reserve crack hour for mayo el al horford zainol all stories double check i thought i had him down here he always makes the allstar games have made me did oh yet thirteen point three points seven point yet why on there and okay that would be the first guy if i'm any of these guys and he's a nice player he's not an allstar wrecked oh my god now now i understand why these guys are upset even kevin love eighteen and nine those are still maystadt's staff but he doesn't feel like whoa there's kevin love anymore i could take kevin off of off there i could take al horford novel snow agai you talk a lot bradley beal you like right he made it i i like him but i love his jump shot and he's getting 24 game i just think that backwards have gonna have nothing to show for their career in washington as good as at backcourt is or should be they're not gonna have anything to show for it now granted that frontcourt very good but who else is in there but questionable his jimmy butler is he he's very good and the tables are so much improved the i'm okay with that america with a draymond green some people some is a problem with four warriors they play at such a.
"el al" Discussed on KHNR 690AM
"And careers ending and uh political upheaval was reading an article in the new york times written by a woman who said i don't think al franken should resign after royal and she's a liberal democrat in a strange bedfellows you've heard alf el al franken's supported by newt gingrich saying that you know alfret can had no due process he was the shag basically use the sacrificial lamb in order for democrats to go after donald trump that of course almost on q like right out of a playbook there are democrats now pretending to two with merit asked donald trump to resign and i say pretending because for example senator kirsten a brand doesn't think president trump is gonna resign based on her demand encompass resign these allegations are kind of all they are numerous i heard these planets testimony and many of them are heartbreaking and president trump should resign his position on whether he will ever holds himself accountable is something you really can't hold your breath war and so congress should have hearings they should do their investigation they should have uh propri investigations of his behavior and hold them accountable the tradition for your fellow democrat al franken there is no investigation he just evidently decided to quit based on presumably pressure without the benefit of being able to confront his accuser or even accusers or mounted defence and al franken never took accountability our responsibility for anything is your heard in his resignation speech last week the we carried on the show the president's rarely as you might have suspected had a response for kerstin jill a brand in fact it was one of many tweets he was on a tweet storm today so with the plane some tweet music for the president every time he goes on a twitter care home i like this nineteen 70s era music fed here's what you said about cures to enjoy a brand today this is all this morning by the way one day light here's this tweet about her lightweight senator pearston gillaibrand a total flung key for chuck schumer and someone who would come to my office begging for campaign contributions not so long ago and would do anything for them is now in.
"el al" Discussed on WGTK
"Had that experience still without franken personally approach me backstage angry calling me out on numbers and insisted he would prove he was right he wouldn't leave me alone he kept following me as a woman his presence and proximity to me felt very threatening and intimidating i didn't realize his creepy behavior after the show meant it would continue in the days to come he approached carol the show's producer and demanded my home phone number which was a clear violation of network protocol i had thought that was the end of the story and was shot and he started calling my home badgering me repeatedly i became fearful and carol to complain and asked her to tell him to back off but he made another call after that i thought that he might end up stalking me at my home in northern california was that bad by the third phone call i was outraged and terrified as he is really disturbed up by the way this sounds an el al franken is like that i mean a very very quickly the first time i met him it was in studio here in seattle and and he was just furious at a disagreement we had there was a disagreement over hate crimes laws i think hate crimes laws are a full shyti i always at and alfret and couldn't believe it any was angry any wouldn't let it go and he he was wagging is and and then the next time i interviewed him which was a couple of years later he was still just a private citizen uh i was sitting in front of people it was at sea pag at the conservative political action conference and i was interviewing al franken and he was just furious because i had on another guest at the same time as him the gentleman who had written that unfit for command attacking john kerry who al franken was supporting of course in two thousand and four and so he got up any through his chair at me and and there are witnesses and there's a video he later denied it he went on the air called me a a a liar at heat and bis basically this was.
"el al" Discussed on LA Talk Radio Channel 1
"We we were late in going in there was a big lawsuit i wonder what have i think i actually think i remember hearing that the woman won the lawsuit but there was a lawsuit because the woman the plane was was delayed taking off because the rabbi did not want to sit next to a woman oh and there was the whole thing in in apparently a woman had sued el al over this because she was asked to move and she didn't feel she should have been asked to move failed to that was discrimination he should end that yeah well he should a movie absolutely it's his it's the problem where word and hilo many of or the word talks on our plan on our flight and they all had the big hats you know they ran out of room to overhead compiles guy worth it acts adds that they wear i mean it was crazy there were so many that the pilot come out a few times to other people you need cannot block the aisle and we were sitting in next to some like definitely nonjewish people that and she i they were frontex were like oh my lowered on my lowered this is so different crazy i just knew that we were going to get their fined because god would not take down an airplane full of praying rabbis no but but isis loyd yeah lord though it was crazy they don't mess with ldl though i mean they kill terrorists in their airport they don't even get close to the point yeah i mean it doesn't think that israel as they know what they're dealing with yeah they deal with it realistically attack in la x on ll now oh yeah there was an attack some the l l guys to slaughter them with their machinegun yeah and it's funny because whenever there is some issue at the airport the l l guys will come out of their terminal and hoped the airport.
"el al" Discussed on KBOI 670AM
"To you with the generous support of el al airlines the national airlines of israel we go immediately to what is very difficult to see in the fog of war which is the iranian aggression throughout the region of message petevo notches making threats to israel which is routine and much reported our press but were making threats and acting upon those threat to the neighbors in the region to the west well established iran's aggression in iraq to the northwest iran's aggression towards the kurds it's but to the east that is less less reported on and more difficult to see because it's very old it dates back before there was the divisions that we call sovereign states that dates back well napoleon was the great game but even farther much further back than that and we are very pleased to be joined by someone who can tell the story of a wron in afghanistan that's right iranian aggression now stretches into afghanistan particularly at this moment when the united states is way it's next step say it's next plan about afghanistan the sixteen year old war that has frustrated the military but has now said to be frustrating the president of the united states so what are the facts what is iran doing in afghanistan what does it mean for the decisions that are to be made by the president we welcome not and we welcome right now from the washington institute nodar is scouring who is here to help us understand what we cannot see which is the.
"el al" Discussed on WTMA
"Major american jewish organizations the generous support of el al airlines the national airlines if israel it is a great pleasure to connect mmediately to israel to pin haas in bari pinhasi as a a veteran watcher of the palestinians he explains many things to me reported for israel radio and i want to start with a weapon us a very good morning to you in israel i wanna start with a puzzle these last weeks one of us so angry at the extravagant use of electricity in a in gaza by the hamas which are no friends of the palestinian authority that he complained out loud to the media that the hamas was using too much electricity and their underground tunnels did abbass say this on purpose out of anger is he is he no longer functioning as a man who conceal secrets as he ready to to just make it clear to the world that hamas has backed to digging tunnels terror tunnels smuggling tunnels does not matter to a boss that he said that good morning to you good morning when a man some ten days ago a senior kenyan it he very nor a twelve by okay the core interior claim to me a bitter in it on my la very much we'll wait in now you'll according to we if you could trade we agreed to get there too i mean he may be a in it on my lar into our nina a hammer or in garfa under prime and by doing so it it can be afraid really good caride throw here playing a day after her my buddy ankle deep and it a belligerent party it over if you heard me decay and couldn't you've heard me gipper read or heard it opens up with my van or a bill in iran in enemy and not graham now after alighting a gu a appreciate billy tea apple marfan did not get breathed a or how far neither iran but hebron dui so decrepit we'll be here none of anybody oh he connecticut party against iva every a good god wrapped in oh a beer to appropriate to britain to arm put puppet have mark warner and our and or i guess you could get hammer out only prepaid fair in purity inc a informed of the of the european public opinion warm pen think i think it will.
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"Organizations the generous support of el al airlines the national airlines of israel emmanuel lots of lean foundation for the defense of democracy eases specialise at the center on sanctions and elicit finance we're going to start however with a report just to note that venezuela what you're seeing right now is the collapse of a major success in the twenty the 20th century that country now in tatters starving flee violence the bully boys from cuba all of that how bad kennett gatt iran as their syria's there emmanuelli what elements the irg c can prosper in venezuela what are we looking at here oh good evening everyone we're looking at a country that have any mental swell opener for resource and yet uh it it it if he's collapsing with with had a calming pat hurst and the regime at the top has uh for years now colluded with iran and cuba and also has become a facilitator off mark with traffic in the region and they have basically closed andy venue an opportunity for the opposition to be fully assembled protect and try to bring change into the country so the country's sliding toward civil war violent is is rampant and behind the regime violence who have to actors one the cubans of course who are heavily invested in venice widow remaining a satellite of their field communist ideology and the iranian who who have had an important role oh in helping venezuelan security forces train uh for the eventuality all of the kind of street protests we have seen in july three months there you have it and do you see this spreading for instance the ayatollah rockies visit to brazil despite their it could speech laws dg you see a.
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"To you with the generous support of el al airlines the national airlines of israel we go immediately to what is very difficult to see in the fog of war which is the iranian aggression throughout the region of massive tammie notches making threats to israel which is routine and much reported in our press but were making threats and acting upon those threat to the neighbors in the region to the west well established iran's aggression in iraq to the northwest iran's aggression towards the kurds it's but to the east that is less less reported odd and more difficult to see because it's very old it dates back before there was the divisions that we call sovereign states this dates back well napoleon was the great game but even farther much further back than that and we are very pleased to be joined by someone who can tell the story of a ron in afghanistan that's right iranian aggression now stretches into afghanistan particularly at this moment when the united states is weighing its next steps say its next planned about afghanistan the 16yearold war that has frustrated the military but as now said to be frustrating the president of the united states so what are the facts what is iran doing in afghanistan what does it mean for the decisions that are to be made by the president we welcome not and we welcome right now from the washington institute nodar is scouring who is here to help us understand what we cannot see which is the iranian influence nader avert not her a very good evening to you thank you for this i have seen reports that there are afghantistan shia fighting in syria is that part of the iranian plan for afghanistan good evening to you would have been cleared great could be yep court iran has a very long term strategy korda uprona on of court finding a temporary and if iraqi them you example and iran i kept you're a a good example of iraq i'd have been or been felled uh the are building a shiite militia africa on shiite militia problem from the chronic ferry basically indy india central part of the.
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"To you by the generous part of el al airline the national airlines if israel blaisdell is director of the bipartisan centers national security program it's one year on since the turmoil in in turkey ankara and istanbul a night to remember and what is the scorecard how has turkey recovered especially with regard to its foreign affairs russia its neighbour syria its neighbour europe and the united states plays a very good evening to you oh the foreign affairs is asia minor that's the story and turkey's connections to russia these last years spin on again off again houses doing a year after the coup attempt good evening it's a pleasure to be with you it is hewing i think remarkable in in the sense of how much the coup attempt has allowed turkey capivity away from its traditional foreign policy from the traditional alliances we've seen president arrigo on make up with president putin in russia after having shot down a russian jet out we've seen him successfully cajole the military that had resisted previously tenenkou controlled and turkish military into invading syria into attacking into wiping either syrian kurdish group that is fighting isis with us support and has been negotiating with russia and iran over the future of of syria in about keeping assad in power in damascus and to the coup has really emboldened liberated uh in some way to go on from the the baggage of sixty five years of nato membership do you think we have any responsibility given the native membership and our traditional relationship to try to work to help restore a more democratic rights to try to slow the immune isshin that is is obviously going on and the involvement of turkey outside of its borders in promoting more fundamentalist islam made some say radical and buildings thousands of of the mosques all over europe in and throughout asia and central asian w i'd say that we have a responsibility but even if you don't like to think of the world in those terms and we certainly have an interest to do so if you think back to the founding of nato toan even to the cornerstone of of our contain and doctrine against the soviet union the truman doctrine of that was all about president from an asking for the congress to give military and financial support to turkey to fight back communism and the.
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"Jewish organizations brought to you with the generous part of el al airlines the national airlines of israel malcolm depend upon when we go to israel in the middle east we come now to the pa the palestinian authority which is deeply troubled because it's led by an aged and unimaginative crew of kleptocrats who do not have a succession plan which is why the significant news of the return of dullah malcolm who is tela whereas he been loaded on it's been in exile since come us came to power he was thrown out he was in the uae for many years he was the supported by others in the region but a hated by a bus and now he is being brought back by egypt it seems to be the savior for gaza and and it almost appears that the hamas is willing to accepted there on under tremendous the financial pressure and other difficulties the polls of the people showed that fifty five percent of the people in the west bank and 75 percent gaza want a bus out a boss is turning to screws by cutting off electricity sewage water other things in gaza she tried a break the hamas hold 'cause he wants to take control he kudrow of six thousand one hundred people from their salaries and in his early retirement the program almost half the people in gaza say they want to emigrate and the funds plan is i think in conjunction with the uae egypt israel and it is to to takeover without a bus and without hamas and the kamasi would end its ties with the terrorists in in the sinai that for egypt will support them in his helping egypt opened up the.
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"Jewish organizations brought to you with the generous support of el al airlines which malcolm nighfall follow very closely because we flight to and from israel in the middle east the national airlines of israel we go now magic to new york to fifth avenue to six fifty fifth avenue it's a modernlooking building about pictures epa right now on my google search is he the taxis flying by it it has ago daiva godiva chocolate tub franchise store right in the first basement so and and the first floor self you if you're shopping etc have and know that you are and six fifty fifth avenue which is a building much in dispute doesn't look like a rocket launcher does it well as a matter of fact it's possessed by rocket launchers in fact the rocket launcher himself the foreign minister veron's refound on several stores the stories on six fifty fifth avenue let's of building that's been much in dispute for many years and it's back in the news malcolm why is six fifty fifth avenue such a contentious address goes the united states is about to seize this skyscrapers at thirty six storey office towers the dirani government is is held and they say that this is a critical foothold in the very heart of of manhattan and that funds were derived by a that were from financial dealings had violated the sanctions against iran there is a the palabra foundation which is a a partial part owner of it but they also say that bank nelly the dirani bank and others have been fronting a cash and for they say for over a decade is this building has been secretly served as a as a front for the iranian government and and millions of dollars being able be fondled to be funnelled to iran and clear violation of the un sanctions law and the the this is a.
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"The generous a generosity of el al airlines the national airlines of israel drawn foundations that fence democracies joins us immediately tell tony in the news needs last hours the secretary of defense general now mr mattis said that the reason that the syrians did not launch a chemical weapons attack within these days is because we frightened we spoke to a back dow with their russian allies they backed out that as a large change from the red line maybe maybe not is it is it accurate did they back down is this going to work with a saw good evening to you good evening great to be with you i think there's no doubt that if indeed and i have no reason to doubt the collagen that the administration put forward that if there was indeed moon under hype that existed in april when the regime did conduct an a chemical weapons attack i think that the fact that it would publish five and that we have gained credibility after the april strike the crew strike that in matters at the coin had that they would try to do humping like this again they will pay a that language with repeated now again that we treat you and you do go ahead with the eu will pay of very heavy price and i don't think anybody in kiryat doubted his work at a white house statement and disregard so and how did they regard the reaction to the missiles that were fired by iran this was that they were the first on failed if remembered september with great flair and and showing a banner saying that they would destroy israel and uh and it destroy united states to what what do you think the in in hindsight the implications an impact of that was well i think they wanted to show a ten method in in different directions but a funny thing about it is that the launch for all the fanfare only two of the mikko actually layer in syria and foil direct landed in iraq and it wasn't really vat a hatful of a large that obviously they have shown.