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"estrin" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM

WABE 90.1 FM

01:42 min | 3 months ago

"estrin" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM

"It's all things considered for NPR news I'm Daniel estrin And I'm Ari Shapiro Things are quiet now at one of Jerusalem's holiest sites for both Jews and Muslims But earlier today the Al-Aqsa Mosque compound known to Jews as the Temple Mount was the scene of violence between Palestinians and Israeli riot police It's a scene that's all too familiar My colleague Daniel estrin who's been co host and all things considered this week covers the ongoing violence between Palestinians and Israelis day in and day out And this week he's been bringing us a story that takes us behind the headlines and shows us how this simmering conflict shapes everyday life even when there is no violence And Daniel this story you've been telling us takes place in Gaza which is home to 2 million Palestinians Yeah Ari in Gaza it is just so many aspects of life Routine life that are affected by the ongoing conflict including the healthcare system and it's all the way down to the story of one father named Yusuf kurd and his quest to get heart bypass surgery that could save his life And you've reported this week on why his case is too complicated for Gaza's health system which has been degraded by war and a blockade by Israel and Egypt since Israel's enemy Hamas took over 15 years ago Yeah they can't do his surgery in Gaza and his condition is getting worse He's been waiting for more than two months and finally he gets his Israeli security clearance to leave Gaza and to go to a Palestinian hospital in the Israeli occupied West Bank So today we have the final chapter of our story I travel with him on his journey from Gaza through Israel to the West Bank hospital The era's crossing is one of the world's most heavily fortified border crossings It's Israel's one civilian crossing.

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"estrin" Discussed on Sadhguru's Podcast

Sadhguru's Podcast

05:36 min | 11 months ago

"estrin" Discussed on Sadhguru's Podcast

"Your wife or your mother or your father estrin you can still continue without even looking at them then indicate or not but if you're somebody who has emotions but everything that you think that belongs to you to this is the proper people's emotions are coming only towards those things which they call as simple as let's say you have never met your father on. You have not seen your mother since you were born on. You had not seen you twin brother. The brother sister new whole life. Today i showed you see. This is your mother. You're never seen you have nothing to do it but now because somebody you this yomata the moment owes she's my mother. Sudenly emotions busstop. You don't ya not built on relationships with this person you have nothing to do with this person just because somebody says this is yours when somebody says this is your mother. Somebody's saying this person belongs to you isn't so your emotions lead up only to those things which you considered as mine so you have. If you have this problem that everything has to be horse. Only then it'll happen. Then i would say get little more greedy. Make everything yours. That's what he said about enemy or greedy. Why be stingy anew greatness dig it all debate all my to have tremendous feeding make everybody yours. What's the problem. Somebody there to stop you. Somebody that stunk. If that's your way. Take it all the way i've nobody's yours. That is also fine. It's a harder way but that is also fine. Nobody's might is fine. Everybody's mind is fine. This is my leg is not mind. This is a problem so you should remember past lives unloading In this state that this is mine is not mine than you're going to get into lots of trouble too much more than you can hang. If you reached a point everything is yours on. Nothing is yours. Then it's okay to remember. Then it'll be useful tournament so six-year-old by just by chance. I remembered something. Just sometimes the systems in the nature pay some data input mystic tampers is complex structure. Sometimes it happens little bit of mistake. The niceties detection was not created in a particular child even if they do usually before they grow up they didn't. They tend to forget. Lot of timber below some impeach nearly remember their past but by the time they become kroll air survey jr doll dice out. After four years of age. They get involved in this life. Whatever it is around that deliver voters of age. It is possible in their minds. The past will be just going on. I don't know you India but that idea for reasons. I said this this say deal. The child is full years of age. He belongs to guard only after that. He belongs to the same because he's running with so many memories. He doesn't belong to anybody at the time after that when his wants. His memory goes off his thoughts related to everything down teaming deeper way. That's been he begins to belong to you. At least it gives you an emotion at Launched his break it down to sometime they do. Isn't it one way or the other day too so it could happen. It's have many times agenda. He's had two people forget after some time that that capability on that kind of aberation happens only to certain face of childhood after the dies by itself..

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Biden to Israeli PM: U.S. Has Options if Iran Nuclear Diplomacy Fails

Fresh Air

00:44 sec | 1 year ago

Biden to Israeli PM: U.S. Has Options if Iran Nuclear Diplomacy Fails

"Naftali Bennett. Biden said If diplomacy fails to curb Iran's nuclear program, the U. S might resort to other options. NPR's Daniel Estrin reports from the White House. Bennett is proposing a joint plan with the U. S to thwart Iran's militant activities in the Mideast and to prevent Iran from acquiring a nuclear weapon. Biden has said he wants to return to the Iran nuclear deal, which Bennett opposes. But Bennett said he appreciated Biden saying this we're putting diplomacy first scene where that takes us. But if diplomacy fails, we're ready to turn to other options. Biden said he'd speak to Bennett about advancing peace for Israelis and Palestinians. And he said the U. S. Is considering adopting Israel's

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Denis Prager on Free Speech in Hungary and the World

Dennis Prager Podcasts

02:03 min | 1 year ago

Denis Prager on Free Speech in Hungary and the World

"Why was i in hungary. And why was i in czech republic. Is people young people all young. I didn't. I didn't meet anybody over thirty. I don't think all young people watching you content reading preview stuff. we were at in prague. we're at a table of about twenty twenty five people twenties again. And i said they came to hear me speak but they may have been invited by a friend to come i did. I did not know whether they were all acquainted with me. So i just said i promise i will not in any way be hurt by your response but raise your hand if if you are familiar with much prager you content. Every hand went up and my wife took a picture of the hands up. A good idea on her podcast to keep your hands up please. This is in prague. In hungary at this conference conservative conference of young people. I met people from about a dozen countries and everyone were treated me like a long lost brother. I called up. Alan from hungary and i told him how moved i was and he got moved. It's not easy to move the living murder. But i he was. He should be his idea. Prager you this is an interesting question if it were my idea. What i've said estrin new have. Never i've never grappled with that question. And i i was. I was deeply moved because the ideas that we enunciate that. I've devoted my life to our our universal

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With the Fighting Suspended, Assessing the Destruction in Gaza

It's Been a Minute

00:55 sec | 1 year ago

With the Fighting Suspended, Assessing the Destruction in Gaza

"A cease fire between Gaza militants and Israel is now in its second day. For most of the fatalities, they were fighting in Gaza. But NPR's Daniel Estrin in Gaza City reports Hamas militants are staging victory rallies. A couple dozen masked Hamas militants of just marched down the main thoroughfare. Holding up AK 40 guns wearing military fatigues. Hamas is celebrating the end of the war with Israel as a victory. This is the second day that the ceasefire continues, and Egyptian mediators are in Gaza, working out the terms of the cease fire with Israel. Meanwhile, Secretary of State Antony Blinken is scheduled to be in the region to meet with Israeli leaders and The Palestinian Authority leader in the West Bank, go to bus as Palestinians in Gaza survey the damage and the rubble from the destruction of 11 Days of fighting.

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Israel and Hamas Agree to Cease-Fire Over Gaza Conflict

Morning Edition

02:11 min | 1 year ago

Israel and Hamas Agree to Cease-Fire Over Gaza Conflict

"On the streets of the Gaza Strip last night, Palestinians are celebrating the start of a cease fire between Hamas and Israel. In which both sides are claiming victory. Here is what that victory looks like 11. Days of rockets flying out of Gaza. 11 days of Israeli bombs striking Gaza, Palestinian officials say more than 234 people were killed 65 of them Children. In Gaza, hundreds of buildings were destroyed. Israeli authorities say Hamas rockets killed 12 people in Israel, including two Children. MPR's General Estrin joins us from Jerusalem Daniel Thanks for being there, first off is the ceasefire holding at this point. It is. The two sides are calling it quiet for quiet, which means both agree to stop firing. But if one side breaks a cease fire, the other response and officials say that probably in a few days there will be negotiations about the terms. Egypt called the cease fire at two a.m. local time. That's when it was supposed to start and right up to the deadline. There were strikes. The last Israeli strike was heard around one a.m.. The last Palestinian rocket fire was around 1:50:50 A.m.. And then right. At two A.m.. Palestinians went into the streets and Gaza celebrated also in the West Bank, also with the Al Aqsa Mosque in Jerusalem, worshipers chanted and praised Hamas. And right away in Gaza, we saw thousands of people who had sought shelter and U N buildings, load up their trucks and drive home. We have not seen celebration gatherings among Israelis, but many Israelis, you know, have been up at night and protected rooms. Lot of air raid sirens in the middle of the night, and finally, they could get a little bit more sleep. But as Steve noted, both sides are declaring victory here. I mean, they could say whatever they want, but what's the reality? Well, The reality is both sides are trying to sell this as a victory to their own people who have suffered tremendously. Under the last 11 days in Gaza, Hamas held a rally in the middle of the night on the street, where the most devastating Israeli strikes took place where whole extended families were killed. Hamas leader said. This is one of our biggest victories ever. Thank you citizens. You are our swords for Jerusalem.

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"estrin" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

03:15 min | 1 year ago

"estrin" Discussed on KCRW

"S. Fuel plant line remains temporarily shut down because of a ransomware attack. The colonial pipeline Hack is an issue for the government and energy industry. But experts say It won't have a huge effect on national gas prices. But some areas may see temporary shortages and maybe some panic buying to tell you what that might happen. Coming up in state local news it for 4 32 what Governor Newsome is proposing to spend To address homelessness in the state after this live from NPR News and Culver City, California I'm Dwayne Brown. Israeli Palestinian violence continues to escalate. Three women in Israel have been killed by Gaza rocket fire and at least 30 Palestinians in Gaza have been killed in Israeli strikes. From Jerusalem. NPR's Daniel Estrin reports. Israel's offensive continues. Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu addressed the country, saying Gaza militants would quote pay a heavy price for rocket fire. Masked militants in Gaza fired an unprecedented heavy barrage of rockets toward Tel Aviv and neighboring cities in the evening, killing an Israeli and wounding others. Israel's international airport said it prevented airplane arrivals during the rocket fire. Hamas said the rocket fire was in response to an Israeli airstrike that destroyed an apartment block in Gaza, with several Palestinians reported injured. Israel says has been targeting militants. Palestinians say some militants have been killed but also some civilians and Children. Daniel Estrin NPR NEWS Jerusalem The Food and Drug Administration is authorizing Fizer is coded 19 vaccine for emergency use and Children 12 to 15 years old. For many teens, the past year has been difficult to say the least. Doing school work from home and missing social time with classmates. Dr. Peter Marks with the FDA says the two dose Fizer shot has proven safe and effective for Children as young as 12. Parents and guardians can rest assured that the agency undertook a rigorous and thorough review of all available scientific data as we have with all of our covert 19 vaccine authorizations. The CDC is advisory Committee on Immunization practices will next review the data tomorrow. That's when advisers to the CDC will make recommendations on how to use it. Kids 12 to 15 years old could start receiving inoculation says early is this week Stocks finished broadly lower on Wall Street. Today You're listening to NPR man at 4 32. This is KCRW. I'm Larry Perales. Governor Newsome is proposing to spend $12 Billion to fight homelessness in California spending blueprint is included in his budget proposal and is part of what he's calling the comeback California plan aimed at helping state get back on its feet. After the Corona virus pandemic. KCRW's Terry Glaser has the details. It would be the biggest increase in spending to fight homelessness in California's history. But the challenge is big, too. Recent federal numbers estimate that more than 150,000 people in California on housed more than any other state. Newsome's plan calls for expanding project home key spending $8 billion to convert hotels and other existing buildings into housing. Newsome estimates that would create 46,000 new housing units and says it's cheaper than building from scratch..

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Gaza Militants Fire Rockets Near Jerusalem as Violence Swells

Here and Now

00:56 sec | 1 year ago

Gaza Militants Fire Rockets Near Jerusalem as Violence Swells

"In Gaza have fired a barrage of rockets into Israel, including seven rockets toward Jerusalem after hundreds of Palestinians and several Israelis in the city were wounded in clashes. The rocket fire could caused no injuries but came during an annual celebration of Israeli religious nationalists in Jerusalem. NPR's Daniel Estrin was there. But I'm sirens are going off in Jerusalem for the first time in years. You can hear booms. I'm hiding behind some trash cans next to a stone wall. Things family is crowded here in the corner. But now people are starting to come back out. Right after we heard several booms on there, cheering Once again, it seems that with even more fervor than before, Daniel Estrin NPR NEWS Jerusalem

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"estrin" Discussed on WBEZ Chicago

WBEZ Chicago

03:39 min | 1 year ago

"estrin" Discussed on WBEZ Chicago

"Daniel Estrin. NPR NEWS Jerusalem Democrats and voting rights groups in Texas say they object to propose voting restrictions in the state, comparing them to ones recently passed and Georgia and Florida. That largely with member station Kut reports. Opponents gathered in Austin this weekend to express their concerns. The Texas has the representatives passed a bill last week that, among other things, ban sending mail in ballot applications to a voter that has not requested one. It would also expand the rights of poll watchers. That's something that worried speakers at the weekend rally at the Texas capital. Former congressman Beto O'Rourke and former Housing and Urban Development Secretary Julian Castro were among those calling for pressure on Republicans to stop the proposal. It's not entirely clear what will be in the final bill, the Texas House and Senate passed different versions of the bill. The two chambers will have to resolve those differences before final votes can be taken by the end of the month. Measure's supporters say the new rules are needed to stop voter fraud, though there's no evidence of more than a handful of instances of voter fraud in Texas for NPR news. I'm Matt largely in Austin. This is NPR news. 45 degrees A dado four. Good morning. I'm Mary Dixon. With WB. Easy news. The architecture world is mourning. The sudden death of helmet yon is romantic high tech designs will live on for decades. Is WB Easy's Michael Puente reports. Philadelphia, Berlin and, of course, Chicago or just among the few places where you could find Yang's works. Born in Germany in 1940 Young came to Chicago in 1966. Study under the legendary Ludwig Mies van der Rohe at the Illinois Institute of Technology. He's best known here for designing the Thompson Center and United's Terminal one at O'Hare. Reed Kroloff is the dean of the College of Architecture and IittIe, the energy and the vibrancy of his buildings and with the way he approached architectures Is rare. We're all the worst for this loss. Yang was killed in a bicycle crash Saturday afternoon. He was 81 Michael Puente, WB Easy news. Covert Vaccine Supplies are high, but in some parts of cook County demand is slowing down. That's why Cook County Board President Toni Preckwinkle says the county may need to work closer with non for profit groups to increase vaccination rates among some groups. If you have more than 15 headaches a month, you could be experiencing chronic migraines. WB Easy's Araceli Gomez L. Donna reports. While there hasn't been a lot of research on what causes migraines, a new study out of the University of Illinois Chicago shows a novel way to treat thumb. I mean, a Padan is the study's lead researcher. She examined what migrants look like on a cellular level, focusing on the brain cells, sidle skeletons. They give sells their shape. And when she altered the sidle, skeletons and animals experiencing a migraine, they were no longer in this chronic pain states. And so that was, you know, kind of exciting because it implies that if you can Manipulate the sight of skeleton you condemned potentially have these anti migraine effects, which kind of opens up a whole new drug class. For example, Prudence says, the next step is to dig deeper and find out if this technique can be applied to other types of pain. Arisa Legal. Ms Saldana, WB easiness, The Bulls beat the Pistons one away to 94. Blackhawks beat the Stars. 42 White Sox swept the Royals winning yesterday. 93. The Cubs lost the Pirates whether today partly cloudy with a chance of rain and a high of 53 cooler by the lake low tonight of 38. I'm Mary Dixon. WB easy news Traffic..

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What We Know About the Deadly Stampede in Israel

Here & Now

01:59 min | 1 year ago

What We Know About the Deadly Stampede in Israel

"And we're following the tragedy in Israel. Today, more than 40 people were killed in a stampede at a religious festival more than 100. Others were hurt. NPR's Daniel Estrin joins us from Jerusalem. Daniel, You've been covering this since it happened. What more do we know about the stampede? What might have triggered it. Well, just to describe the scene. This is a popular Jewish pilgrimage site. It's the tomb of a revered rabbi and an estimated 100,000 people were there overnight. They were going into the site coming out. There was a huge mass of people pushing against each other, trying to move through it. Zaveri rickety complex. There are passageways and stares and flimsy railings. Police had put up barriers try to do crowd control. But there was one passageway that was a slight downhill. The metal floor was slippery. And there are videos where you see row. Just a row of people in this mass just dropped to the floor. You see a hand reach up in the air for help on Ben. The next row of people fall on top, and it's just it was this pile up. Eye. Witnesses say that medics and police at the scene were trying to pull people out and untangle them and it was. It was just chaos. People were screaming people were crying out the Shama prayer, which devout Jews are meant to say before their death. It's a harrowing scene, to say the least. Daniel tell us more about the festival that people were attending. What was what was this supposed to be? Well, this is the Jewish Festival of Lager Bohmer. This is a pilgrimage festival. First of all Jews celebrated around the world around Israel with bonfires. It's the anniversary of the death of a second century rabbi and mystic. Sheiman Barrio high. That Rabbi is a central figure in Kabbalah and Jewish mysticism. So every every year there's a pilgrimage to his tomb, which is located in the Galilee in the north of Israel. It's a It's a very old tradition to visit that tomb and in Israel, it is Thebes biggest annual public gathering that there is

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Secretary of Defense Lloyd Austin Visits Israel

Bullseye

00:53 sec | 1 year ago

Secretary of Defense Lloyd Austin Visits Israel

"Lloyd Austin is in Israel, where officials are concerned about a possible US return to the Iran nuclear deal. As NPR's Daniel Estrin reports. The visit comes as Iran claims a terrorist act sabotage their nuclear facility. Iran reported a suspicious power outage that they're Natanz nuclear facility shortly after they started operating advanced centrifuges. Israeli Public Broadcasting quotes an unnamed intelligence official as saying it was an Israeli cyber attack. This comes as defense secretary Austin became the first senior Biden administration official to visit Israel officials are discussing the Iran nuclear deal, which the Trump Administration left and which President Biden is considering rejoining. That concerns Israel, which has been accused of disruptions to Iranian nuclear activities. Israel and Iran have also recently reported a string of attacks on their ships at sea.

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Palestinian militant will challenge Abbas’s party in election

NPR News Now

00:52 sec | 1 year ago

Palestinian militant will challenge Abbas’s party in election

"Their first parliamentary elections in fifteen years. Npr's daniel estrin reports from jerusalem. The longtime palestinian authority president faces a serious challenger. Candidates submitted their lists for elections next month. And there's a major shakeup marwan barghouti a popular figure serving a life. Sentence in israel is backing an independent list for parliament. Another candidate muhammadu to. Helen is backing another list. That means votes. That would have gone to palestinian president. Mahmoud abbas fatah party could be spread among multiple rival lists that could weaken the secular party and give its islamist rival hamas the upper hand in elections analysts say that might give president abbass reason to cancel the elections of haute which was aimed at unifying the palestinian territories after fifteen years of divided. Rule daniel

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Israel's Fourth Election in Two Years: Is There A Clear Winner?

All Things Considered

01:55 min | 1 year ago

Israel's Fourth Election in Two Years: Is There A Clear Winner?

"So there is no clear winner yet. Netanyahu is expected to win the most seats in parliament, but he'll still need to build a coalition with other parties to get a majority. In your fourth election Now in two years. The last one was just a year ago. How unusual is this? I mean, what is this cycle of elections? Yeah, Israel isn't really in deadlock, and it all comes down to Netanyahu. He has been on trial for corruption and not enough parties have been willing to join a government with him. On the other hand, the opposition has just been too weak and too divided to come together and unseat him, and that's why we've seen this deadlock. Last year, Netanyahu had to share power with his centrist opponent, and that opponent was supposed to take over actually as prime minister later this year. Instead, Netanyahu forced these new elections so he would get another chance to stay. Prime minister. And what could help him this time? Are the vaccines. Many Israelis, no matter what their political affiliation is. Give him credit for securing covert 19 vaccines Early and Israel leads the world today and vaccinations per capita Looking ahead. What direction could this election take this government in terms of policy? Well, the government no matter what happens is going to be fairly right Wing or very right Wing on DIT depends. I mean, the left wing is very small in Israel, so we're looking at a few options if Netanyahu wins a majority. He would partner with ultra nationalists with the hard right with Jewish religious parties. They would strengthen Israeli settlements in the occupied West Bank. President Biden does not support settlements like Trump did. Now, if the opposition somehow manages to form its own government, it would also be heavily dependent on right wing parties. This vote will all come down to how the small parties come out. It's a very, very tight election, Audie That's NPR's Daniel Estrin in Jerusalem. Thanks for your reporting.

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Israelis head to the polls in fourth election in 2 years

Morning Edition

00:52 sec | 1 year ago

Israelis head to the polls in fourth election in 2 years

"To win a new term after 12 years in office. NPR's Daniel Estrin reports from Jerusalem, Israelis young and old, all wearing masks or walking into this polling station. This is really a referendum on one man. Prime Minister Netanyahu. He is on trial for corruption, but he refuses to resign. The country is divided between his ardent supporters and furious voters who have had enough of him. And this has created political deadlock, with voters feeling weary about repeat elections. Even some voting for Netanyahu are weary. Like other Weinstein, it's daring. It's a waste of money. I think it will be quite the same. Polls suggest Netanyahu has a slight advantage to create a majority right wing coalition, but a stalemate could also be ahead. Daniel Estrin. NPR NEWS Jerusalem Several United Nations officials have demanded a halt to targeted attacks on

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Archeologists unearth tiny fragments of 2,000-year-old biblical texts, The Dead Sea Scrolls

Morning Edition

02:45 min | 1 year ago

Archeologists unearth tiny fragments of 2,000-year-old biblical texts, The Dead Sea Scrolls

"Fragments of an ancient biblical scroll. Admittedly, that's a hard one to follow. But here goes, they also think they have found the world's oldest intact basket. Here's NPR's Daniel Estrin in Jerusalem. The Dead Sea Scrolls include the oldest known copies of biblical texts written more than 2000 years ago and discovered in desert caves along the Dead Sea, starting in the 19 forties and fifties. Now. Israeli government archaeologists say they found more fragments for the first time in over 60 years. We have biblical fragments that were discovered in an excavation. And brought directly here to our conservation lab or enable men of the Israel Antiquities Authority. It was a race against looters in ancient papyrus found by antiquities hunters in the area tipped off officials that more scrolls could still be hidden in the caves. For the last four years, Israeli archaeologists repelled down desert cliffs and search nearly all of the approximately 500 known caves along the shore of the Dead Sea. In one cave in Israel, they found a bundle of tiny, crumpled parchment pieces in ancient Greek. When we decipher it, it turned out to be Zechariah Chapter eight versus 16 to 17. The verse reads, Render Truth and justice in your Gates. There's something very surprising that we found in this fragment Was that the last word on verse 16 justice in your gates instead of the word gates. You had the word streets here. He thinks it could be a copying error. In the time of the biblical profits. Trials were carried out at the gates of the city. But when the scribe wrote this Greek translation hundreds of years later in the first century B C. He may have been used to seeing trials carried out in city streets. Everything's written in ancient Greek, except for one word right there, he and a conservative wearing blue gloves point to the four letter name of God in ancient Hebrew, that sign kind of tell us a bit about the importance Of the name of God that even in a text that is translated into Greek, the name of God is still in the ancient Hebrew script, probably part of way of showing how holy the name is. The archaeologists found even older artifact. The most thing that we found My opinion that we found in the project Archaeologist time Cohen displays a huge, intricately woven basket about 10,500 years old. Completely intact and found buried in another dead sea cave in the Israeli occupied West Bank. But to the basket used to store researchers are studying some dirt at the bottom of the basket to try to solve that mystery. Daniel Estrin. NPR NEWS

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Israel Begins Phased Reopening To Citizens With Proof Of 2 COVID-19 Shots

All Things Considered

03:38 min | 1 year ago

Israel Begins Phased Reopening To Citizens With Proof Of 2 COVID-19 Shots

"Life might be like as the pandemic lessons. It is vaccinated a higher portion of his citizens than any other country, about a third of had both doses. And this week is real started opening new doors to people who've had their shots. NPR's Daniel Estrin reports that includes places like gyms and the theater. Many businesses in Israel still aren't ready to open. But it's opening night at the first Israeli Indoor theater to put on a play after months of lockdown, Adam thinking and usher at Jerusalem's fun theater checks, tickets and something called a green pass, just taking their green a passport. It's called Check that they have been vaccinated or that there were sick and then the better Israelis one week after their second shot or recovered from the virus can print out a government issued green Pass. With their I d number and a Q R code. This is all very new. The Usher doesn't have a scanner, so he holds up the pass and asked the mostly senior age theatergoers. To recite their I d numbers by heart to make sure no one's cheating. Just make sure to make sure that they're not for you. Someone else's you know, it's not a picture. If you don't have a green pass, you can't see the show. Tear to post Glinski and or REITs. Come here come early. We feel its pioneers mean it doesn't matter what they're performing. We've come It's been way too long Since we were here. Do you feel safer, knowing that everyone in the audience will be with a green past? That's essential. It would have been worrisome if we had to sit in a closed theater with lots of people breathing at us. If we didn't know they both got both vaccines. We've been waiting for people to take responsibility and do that. Not everyone has. Vaccinations are available to all Israeli adults. But 40% of those in their twenties haven't done it. Some think they're healthy and don't need it. Others have heard false rumors of bad side effects. The promise of a green pass is a popular incentive. You can't get into a hotel theater or Jim without one. The vaccination center in the city of Petra Tikva. A D. Sheer nervously waits in line. The only reason that I'm going to get this vaccine is because I want to go to the gym. So it works. The pressure works. Yes, the pressure works way stop by a nearby gym and watch a young man still not fully vaccinated. Get turned back at the entrance. While 50 year old of fear on the El finishes his first wait routine in a year. I feel safe for now. I don't know what will be in 22 years. I want to leave now next door. There are hardly any vaccines for Palestinians in the West Bank in Gaza in Israel, the issue is that some Israelis refused to get vaccinated. One lawyer representing vaccine refuse ear's says some employers threatened to fire them or put them on unpaid leave until they agree to get vaccinated. There was a similar dilemma at the theater director hoodie Ben Moshe says his stage manager, and some actors didn't want to get vaccinated. So he pleaded for us both for us. We want to work. They want to come back and work. Please do it for us, and he says they agreed. Now, an hour before curtain. The director is worrying about something else that scared the death tonight. The audience first with that funny mask off faces. They still believe it. Jeter will still work this magic. He had nothing to worry about. The audience laughed through their masks. The play is no cowards, Life spirit translated into Hebrew. Light comedy just with the audience needed. Daniel Estrin. NPR NEWS Jerusalem When David

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Oil spill from passing ship blackens Israel's Mediterranean shoreline

NPR News Now

00:51 sec | 1 year ago

Oil spill from passing ship blackens Israel's Mediterranean shoreline

"Caused massive damages to israel's shoreline and a search is on for the ship responsible for the spill which began last week in a winter storm. Npr's daniel estrin has more. The israeli national parks authority says. It's the biggest ecological disaster. Israel has seen in recent years with long lasting effects for years to come officials say nearly ninety percent of israel's beaches have suffered various levels of damage from israel's northern border with lebanon. All the way south close to the gaza strip sea turtles were covered in black tar. Israeli and european authorities are investigating what happened officials. Believe ships spilled tens or hundreds of tons of oil beyond israel's territorial waters israeli soldiers and hundreds of volunteers from the public are helping with cleanup efforts. Daniel estrin npr news jerusalem. Five years after then

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I.C.C. Rules It Has Jurisdiction to Examine Possible Israel War Crimes

BBC World Service

00:51 sec | 1 year ago

I.C.C. Rules It Has Jurisdiction to Examine Possible Israel War Crimes

"Court has cleared the way for a possible war crimes investigation in the Palestinian territories. Israel OBJECTS NPR's Daniel Estrin reports the IC C ruled that has jurisdiction to prosecute possible crimes in the Israeli occupied West Bank, east Jerusalem and the Gaza Strip. Prosecutor says there's a basis to investigate Israeli settlement activity and violence in Gaza investigating Palestinian militants to Palestinian officials are welcoming the court's decision as a victory for justice. Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu called it persecution. He said democracies have a right to fight terror and the ruling would hurt chances for peace. State Department spokesperson Ned Price said the U. S has concerns about the court exercising jurisdiction over Israeli personnel. Neither Israel nor the U. S are members of the court. Daniel Estrin.

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"estrin" Discussed on NoCo Now ? 1310 KFKA

NoCo Now ? 1310 KFKA

02:16 min | 1 year ago

"estrin" Discussed on NoCo Now ? 1310 KFKA

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Biden Expected To Work To Repair U.S. Relations With Palestinian Leadership

WNYC Programming

01:25 min | 1 year ago

Biden Expected To Work To Repair U.S. Relations With Palestinian Leadership

"U. S policy toward Israel and the Palestinians changed dramatically under the Trump administration in favor of Israel and Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu was a vocal ally of Donald Trump. We're joined now by NPR's Daniel Estrin in Jerusalem to talk about how the inauguration of President Joe Biden is being received their high. Daniel Hey, Ari. So some optimism was expressed today from the Palestinian leadership. Tell us about what they said. Yeah. Palestinians are eager to turn a new page here because Trump has snubbed the Palestinian leadership. Repeatedly, the administration closed down the Palestinian envoy's office in Washington. Um, the Trump administration moved the U. S embassy here to Jerusalem, where I am and sided with Israel's claims to the city. Palestinians also have claims in Jerusalem. So then the Palestinians cut ties with Trump. And then Trump stopped giving humanitarian aid to Palestinians, so there was just a lot of bad blood between them, and Biden has pledged to reverse a lot of what Trump did. He says he will restore humanitarian aid to Palestinians. He will oppose Israeli settlement activity in the occupied West Bank. Trump actually supported Israeli Claims to territory there. So now there are some Palestinians who are disappointed that the Biden team says they will not be moving the embassy out of Jerusalem, but the Palestinian President, Mahmoud Abbas, Congratulated biting today and he's expecting violent to be more favorable to the Palestinians

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Examining The Diplomatic Deal Between Israel, United Arab Emirates

Morning Edition

06:29 min | 1 year ago

Examining The Diplomatic Deal Between Israel, United Arab Emirates

"Newly established diplomatic ties between Israel and the United Arab Emirates are having an effect. The U. A. E is welcoming thousands of Israelis President Trump's administration. Promoted these diplomatic ties as a historic breakthrough, which was true Israel had been isolated from many Arab nations for decades. Israel's leaders says the agreement proves that peace does not have to come at a cost. NPR's Daniel Estrin traveled to Dubai and the U. S a toe ask just what kind of peace is being promoted? It's not hard to spot Israeli tourists and devise busy gold market way. Silas are very noisy, and they understand us here. I feel no tour guide. Lisi is wearing a sequined shirt and a blue scarf around her strawberry red hair she poses for pictures with elaborate gold wedding garments in the window displays. Later, she'll ski at Dubai's famous indoor ski slope in Jordan. I don't know if I will feel like this Not in Egypt Way make fine here and next month I come again. Egypt and Jordan share a cold peace with Israel and most other Arab countries refuse relations with Israel, as long as Palestinians don't have independence, but the U A E. I gave Israelis what they have long sought. A sense of acceptance in the region were wanted in our country Don't feel wanted by the Arabs. And here they want me here. L a needs Ziegel Boy Wonder's Dubai Spice Market. With six friends, all elementary school teachers and Moratti's in the market are reluctant to speak on tape about their countries embrace of Israel, which is still controversial in the region. I asked the Israeli school teacher is this piece? I don't know if it's a real piece or not. I think that both countries have interest in this peace because we need them. They need us. The Israelis gain business opportunities. One Israeli I met, signed a deal to grow lettuce using pipes and the Emirati desert. And the Emma Ronnie's Get Israel's blessing to buy American made F 35 fighter jets, Bahrain, Sudan and Morocco also normalized ties with Israel. And it was the U. S offering the incentives without concessions by Israel so long to watch a loom. Which alone middle. What's MMA Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu promoted the U A e deal as peace for peace instead of the old paradigm land for peace. He says It sets a precedent. Israel doesn't need to give up land to the Palestinians to win friends in the Arab world. But I Moratti's still want Palestinians on their side U A e ambassador to the U S. You said fellow Taipeh. We still want to see a two state solution. We still want to see a negotiation between the two parties. Perhaps just perhaps we might be able to have more influence and more leverage when we do have a relationship with Israel. Emirati commentators say the love fest Israelis feel Just the honeymoon. Tough love will come later. But Israelis are seeing it more Netanyahu's way. Everybody by him from then a tourist to get just his first name to discuss his political views, says the Moratti's embrace proves Israel doesn't need to make sacrifices. Rather, it's the Palestinians who will feel pressured to follow their Arab brothers and make a deal with Israel. Even a prominent Israeli peace advocate returned from a trip to Dubai, saying, I think that the Palestinians need to rethink the way they treat Israel. Femi Paris The son of the late Israeli President Shimon Paris, runs the Paris Center for Peace that reaches out to Palestinians. He wants to promote business with the eh Moratti's and approach he wants Palestinians to adopt. I think Their point of view has being that's first sold the political issues and then we can start normalizing things and move forward. I think those days have gone. I believe that the only way for us to really, really achieve peace, comprehensive peace And save the region from backwardness is to focus on moving together forward. I put that to Nabil Shaath, adviser to the Palestinian president, He says. Palestinians can't just move forward and ignore their day to day realities is an occupying our land. Israel continues to Great second mints in our villages destroyed our houses. And yet It is legal had 23 is very better. Who is it? That should be doing what to whom the occupied the occupiers. Palestinians and many countries say real peace requires Israel to compromise land for peace. Shot says the U. A e deal removes the incentive for Israel to do that, Even if the Emirati say they'll keep pushing for it. There's radiated out of the problem, not us on the right. Is that looking for exclusive or what? There's not sisters myself and lewdness. Be that fan board down a desert dune. Their Palestinian Arab citizens of Israel, not from the occupied territories. And they're thrilled to finally visit a part of the Arab world that have been off limits to them as Israeli passport holders with the azure Allah Allah Dolly are a beam can look hope. Jewish travelers to Dubai with see Arabs in a more positive light. Could it lead to less discrimination against her community at home? Or would it all just be for gotten on the flight back commotion on the runway and Duke? By Lee's Eve, the Jewish Tour guide You heard at the beginning of the story happens to be sitting across from me and does not want the flight attendant to crowd the empty row in front of her with an Arab couple and their baby. Also tourists from Israel. A second Arab couple accuses her of racism. Give your time CC Zaeef says. Are you psycho woman? Can Lieutenant Mark going up? And Israeli flight attendant gets on the loudspeaker. Respect each other. A young Arab dad stands up and addresses the plane. Okay, mate committed. I don't being bumped out of it. No, but they must you all were just in an Arab country. Not in Las Vegas. Look at what's happening here. Disgusting. A Jewish man shouts back! Don't generalize. Quarreling passengers don't make amends or apologies. They spend the flight back to Israel in a kind of cold piece. Daniel Estrin NPR news Dubai

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04:36 min | 1 year ago

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07:47 min | 1 year ago

"estrin" Discussed on NoCo Now ? 1310 KFKA

"We got some breaking news coming out of the ap this associated press president. Donald trump says he will not attend president-elect. Joe biden's inauguration on january twentieth dive into that more a little bit later on but this is just breaking the that donald trump will not be attending president-elect. Joe biden's inauguration on january twentieth. Welcome back in noko now presented by the jeanine agencies right here on northern colorado's voice thirteen ten. Kfi we're live from the huddle collision specialist studios. Thanks for joining us on this friday morning. joining us now on the hotline is owner of four. Seventy seven to stealing matt astronaut. Matt thank you so much for taking some time joining us this morning. I've been gone by. It's going man. Hey let's Let's talk about this five star program. You guys here in greeley or trying to get Specifically greeley and i believe is it. Evans that would be included as well. Yep yep greeley evans partnering together Working with the greeley area chamber of commerce and the elected city staff both in evans angrily to try to get spice start program and so how talk us through this process because To my knowledge everyone else who has been approved for this it has been on a county by county basis. You guys are going based off of a city. How is this process been different. So it's it's a little bit more time intensive because county alexa. Do they have a lot of the resources in place either. A health department that can manage this process Helps pharmacy can come out. Work with the restaurants and bars to make sure that they're doing everything safely to put some protocols in place And to provide some you know some punishment if they're if they're not doing things properly And so since the county is not involved in our first star program in it's on the city side. They had to kind of put together their own version of a health department with some Some people in the city that would be willing to kind of oversee. The process oversee the inspections And and give us. The guidance is restaurants that we need to be able to open safely for our customers. And that's one of the first questions that i got asked when we were talking about this i was talking with a local restaurant owner. And they said so or we're going to have two sets. We're gonna have six. Total health inspections now is is this the city Inspection going to be here to stay or is this just a short term thing. It's a short term thing and the inspection is going to be unlike a health inspection And there's a lot a lot still needs to be put together. The chamber of commerce in the city is put together an administrative group In that group is going to be making a lot of decisions and and In working to make this as easy as possible but It's not like you're gonna have the same type of inspection from one department to another. Obviously the health department in our county is is very keen on making sure that we are being a safe safest possible in the food and the drinks we serve our customers and so that's what they put a lot of their energy and An effort and and i don't this this new kind of health committee Isn't going to be focused on that. They're going to focused more on On cleanliness of tables. You know hand. Sanitizer table distancing Filtration of our air system air moving through the deal and so And i wouldn't you know again. We're not sure how often they're going to be doing inspections. But i would imagine that it's going to be a frequent. You know once a week type thing. I can't see that being the case. Almost almost better name florida's the covid nineteen taskforce or something along those lines to get into it. You got to have a task force for everything but so where does greeley stand right now in this process of trying to get certified for the five star program so we applied the city applied last Thursday or wednesday last wednesday thursday in from our knowledge. We are at the front of the line We're waiting on the state to approve our plan Basically they they put together this huge massive plan. Lots of work on their and submit to the state We know that a lot of other counties in the state of also applied from we understand We're kind of at the front of the line The got thrown a bit of a curve ball last week when the governor decided to move every county to orange and allow businesses to operate regardless of the five star program And so i think the the The colorado department of health is kind of working quick as they can to deal with. What they they were thrown from the governor but also trying to get these programs going. So i think we're we're hopeful that we'll get some feedback or maybe even approved as a city in the next couple of days maybe early next week. We were hoping that it would have happened sooner but but it's just taking longer than we thought we. We think we're at the front of the line so we think we'll be one of the first ones to be approved medicine. Four seventy seven to stealing Discussing the star program and the city of greeley trying to get that various put in place and you talked about that curb. All of the governor moving everybody up to level orange that actually buy some time for greeley businesses. As as of right now if you did have the five variant. We'd still have to operate under level orange correct because it's not a legitimate orange. I guess because the governor moved everybody up. Yeah that's what that's what we understand to a little confusion there. It's not a. I guess it's not a legitimate orange and that the county's haven't met the official criteria to move their their dial officially The word that i've heard. I don't take officially. I've heard that we will be able to officially move our dial In the next couple of weeks and when that happens in any five star variants program business can operate and level yellow which for my business needs fifty percent occupancy and a and a few few lesser restrictions on our business. Oh well and and it seems like we were going to be able to do that Get the numbers that you discussed down. Larimer county was in the process of that having to maintain under that three hundred and fifty incident rate. They jumped to three fifty eight yesterday. So they're back to zero so it could be tricky for at least getting started in that downward trend because once you reach that level if to be there for seven days which you understand your and we are. I think everybody kind of assuming we're going to feel a little bit of a spike from the holidays. And so i think we're all kinda hang on to see if that happens but but it definitely feels like we're a lot closer to being able to operate in yellow than we were a month ago. That's for sure. Yeah a lotta sense of hope and optimism coming in to twenty twenty one starting off with a bang with At least being able to open up to twenty five percent Mat talk about that. Specifically your expertise would be in a business owner with four seventy seven. Distilling the hatchet house downtown. What is what's the difference. I mean how big of a difference is that zero to twenty five percent. Indoor occupancy any occupancy indoors. This time of year is a big deal we tried especially with the distillery tried to do the outdoor seating thing and And we had very very little success. I would say it's just too cold outside right now and even our our partners next door the rio they had all sorts of propane heaters and they were telling me that tables would request three or four heaters just to stay warm to be able to eat outside to being able to have any. Indoor capacity is huge. Obviously the more capacity we have the better But we'll take a we can get right now and and being able to still do go cocktails to go food to go. You know for us bottle. Sales It feels like we were were maybe turned the corner to seeing some positive.

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Vashti: Villian, Victor, or Victim? - burst 1

All God's Women

02:57 min | 1 year ago

Vashti: Villian, Victor, or Victim? - burst 1

"As we kick off a new year. It's a great time to reflect on your priorities. Were they lie. Are you focused on prestige and wealth and privilege or are you focused on doing. What's right even if it means losing everything you hold dear sometimes like invest case right wrong isn't always obvious fast. She didn't have the advantage of being able to turn to god for wisdom. She didn't know him but we do. In the upcoming days we will be faced with difficult moral issues and we may not have a clue. Which is the right thing to do when that happens. Remember while it may not be obvious to you. It is to him. So give it to god and let him director paths. And if you have to make a difficult decision to do the right thing and it looks like you're going to lose all that steer remember he is all we need. As long as we're following in his footsteps he will not lead us astray. Lord god we come to you today. Seeking wisdom like dashti were often faced with challenging choices. And we don't know what to do. Thank you for being with us and for taking our hand and guiding us through the difficult paths. Give us the courage to always do what is right. Strengthen us when our enemies gang up against us forgive us those times when we fall and feel like we failed you. Thank you for picking up from the ground and setting us back on solid ground. We love you so very much. In christ's name we pray amen. Back includes today's episode of all gods women. Have you joined us yet for our three week. Virtual bible study. It's not easy being cleaned. Based on the book of esther. You haven't it's not too light just hop on over to the all. God's women bible study group on facebook and join in on the daily bible readings and discussion. The link is in the show nets next week. We'll be focusing on clean estrin so much to talk about. You won't want to miss it until next week goodbye.

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City of Bethlehem says 'Christmas will not be canceled'

All Things Considered

00:41 sec | 1 year ago

City of Bethlehem says 'Christmas will not be canceled'

"In the Israeli occupied West Bank is hosting a scaled back Christmas this year. Amidst the pandemic, NPR's Daniel Estrin reports. Palestinian officials have closed hotels and limited gatherings, but festivities are continuing. It is drizzly this Christmas Eve morning, But in Bethlehem, they're not gonna let that rain on their parade. Palestinian scouts like every year are marching towards the church of the native itty, where Jesus, according to tradition, was born. The mayor of Bethlehem tells us that this year even the pandemic cannot stop a tradition that's been going on for years. NPR's Daniel Estrin reporting Wall Street higher

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"estrin" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

01:43 min | 2 years ago

"estrin" Discussed on KCRW

"Here's NPR's Daniel Estrin in Jerusalem, Israel's leading airline food company, thought Israelis will be back in the skies by now, but flights are still grounded and the company furloughed most of its workers. Then they came up with an idea. Airplane food for sale. No plane ticket required. A pilot of the idea on Facebook. In their ad, little rectangular trays float over a cloudy blue sky available for his little asses. $3 a tray. Name Road. Demayo is VP of operations. It's amazing. It's a simple food, not, you know, so fancy, but people likes it likes. It's just You just stuck it in the the microwave one without for five minutes, and then you have a meal. He says. They're getting around 100 orders a day. Customers include a Google employee working from home who bought kids meals for her Children, an elder care facility that closed its dining room for social distancing. A major company bought meals for its employees to spice up an online video conference and many senior citizens who isolated at home for months and are looking for cheap and easy meals. Like London native an G El Fassi cost 18 shackles try. I mean, come on. I bought today between courses, potatoes, peas and carrots in one trolls. Event, So that's a good lunch. I asked the company. Rep. Tamayo, what's popular? Well, it's surprising, but the most popular mills are the economy mills, uh, chicken or beef. He used to be a flight attendant. I ordered a meal myself. They don't deliver as faras Jerusalem where I am, so I picked it up. Wow. I have to actually go through airport security to get to this factory. The outer checkpoint that you drive through..

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"estrin" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

04:33 min | 2 years ago

"estrin" Discussed on KCRW

"Another country Daniel Estrin NPR news Ramallah in the west bank you're listening to weekend edition from NPR news at a time when health professionals are battling the front lines of the pandemic here in the United States thousands of them could potentially lose their jobs and be deported the Supreme Court is expected to rule as early as this week on the constitutionality of the deferred action of childhood arrivals policy or Dhaka and if the court sides with the trump administration the United States could lose some twenty seven thousand health care workers and allowed on Silas is a surgical trauma ICU nurse at dell Seton Medical Center at the university of Texas she's also a daca recipient and she joins us now from Austin welcome to the program hi how are you I'm okay let's start with your story when did you come to the United States I came to the United States when I was about three years old I think it was nineteen ninety eight or so I came with my parents and my sister from which country from Mexico specifically San Luis Potosi is where I was born what kind of work do you do in Austin and how has the pandemic impacted your hospital so I am a surgical trauma ICU nurse I work with patients who have been in really bad accidents are very difficult surgeries and they just need very close monitoring and just with the pandemic everything in the hospital just a little bit different just from not really allowing many visitors for the patients to just the way we do things how we have to get screened every day going into work in the fear and anxiety that kind of like comes about with the pandemic and tell me how you became a daca recipient it came into policy in two thousand and twelve I had graduated high school started college by that time I still was undecided on my major but I was kinda leaning towards nursing and the only thing that stopped me was I didn't have a social security number to be able to apply to nursing school therefore I had to quickly apply for daca and after a few months I received my work permit my social security number and then I was able to apply to nursing school so the Supreme Court is set to make its decision very soon and the trump administration argues that doctors should be made into law through Congress if the Supreme Court sides with the trump administration are you hopeful that Congress will step in considering this is right before an election I am hopeful I hope that they can hear our stories that they can know that we are helping the communities and I think there's a lot of dreamers out there and not just in the healthcare field that are working hard that are making a difference in the world in the US in the community so lots of ifs here but if the Supreme Court decides that the trump administration if Congress doesn't step in you may face deportation as many others have you made plans for that if you thought that through I've talked about it with my parents and you know we've talked about if it happens then I would have to go back to Mexico and they would also move with me I don't think they would let me live in a country that I've never really lived in by myself but it would be very hard because I'd lose everything that I've worked for here in the U. S. my house my job I mean you sound very composed about it I guess I'm surprised yeah I think a lot of people are truly surprised at work and they're like you look totally fine about it but I mean it's not just a day to night thing it's you live with it every day but I have to find a way to cope with it and I have to find a way to still succeed and do my job and take care of other people I can't just stay in my room and dwell on it if that were to end well then I'll make the most of every opportunity wherever I'm at I'm allowed on Silas is a registered nurse and a daca recipient in Austin Texas thank you very much thank you so much this.

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"estrin" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

04:38 min | 2 years ago

"estrin" Discussed on KCRW

"Daniel Estrin NPR news Ramallah in the west bank you're listening to weekend edition from NPR news at a time when health professionals are battling the front lines of the pandemic here in the United States thousands of them could potentially lose their jobs and be deported the Supreme Court is expected to rule as early as this week on the constitutionality of the deferred action of childhood arrivals policy or Dhaka and if the court sides with the trump administration the United States could lose some twenty seven thousand health care workers and allowed on Silas is a surgical trauma ICU nurse at dell Seton Medical Center at the university of Texas she's also a daca recipient and she joins us now from Austin welcome to the program hi how are you I'm okay let's start with your story when did you come to the United States I came to the United States when I was about three years old I think it was nineteen ninety eight or so I came with my parents and my sister from which country from Mexico specifically San Luis Potosi is where I was born what kind of work do you do in Austin and how has the pandemic impacted your hospital so I am a surgical trauma ICU nurse I work with patients who have been in really bad accidents are very difficult surgeries and they just need very close monitoring and just with the pandemic everything in the hospital just a little bit different just from not really allowing many visitors for the patients to just the way we do things how we have to get screened every day going into work and the fear and anxiety that kind of like comes about with the pandemic and tell me how you became a daca recipient it came into policy in two thousand and twelve I had graduated high school started college by that time I still was undecided on my major but I was kinda leaning towards nursing and the only thing that stopped me was I didn't have a social security number to be able to apply to nursing school therefore I had to quickly apply for daca and after a few months I received my work permit my social security number and then I was able to apply to nursing school so the Supreme Court is set to make its decision very soon and the trump administration argues that doctors should be made into law through Congress if the Supreme Court sides with the trump administration are you hopeful that Congress will step in considering this is right before an election I am hopeful I hope that they can hear our stories that they can know that we are helping the communities and I think there's a lot of dreamers out there and not just in the healthcare field that are working hard that are making a difference in the world in the US in the community so lots of ifs here but if the Supreme Court decides that the trump administration if Congress doesn't step in you may face deportation as many others have you made plans for that if you thought that through I've talked about it with my parents and you know we've talked about if it happens then I would have to go back to Mexico and they would also move with me I don't think they would let me live in a country that I've never really lived in by myself but it would be very hard because I'd lose everything that I've worked for here in the U. S. my house my job I mean you sound very composed about it I guess I'm surprised yeah I think a lot of people are truly surprised at work and they're like you look totally fine about it but I mean it's not just a day to night thing it's you live with it every day but I have to find a way to cope with it and I have to find a way to still succeed and do my job and take care of other people I can't just stay in my room and dwell on it if that were to end well then I'll make the most of every opportunity wherever I'm at I'm allowed on Silas is a registered nurse and a daca recipient in Austin Texas thank you very much thank you so much this is NPR news looking for another way to support KCRW look no further than your car boat motorcycle or.

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02:09 min | 2 years ago

"estrin" Discussed on KCRW

"To us she's been one of the protesters hitting the streets in demonstrations circulating on social media some protesters have chanted I can't breathe and held signs saying Palestinian lives matter and other slogans comparing how locked to George Floyd but Israeli professor of U. S. Israel relations a ton Gilboa thinks the comparison is unfair I think there's a huge difference because in Jerusalem there have been many cases for most finance dressed as civilians using night you'll kill Israelis whether it's right for the project mistake and that's that's a different story you have a history or racism and police forces and violence but Israel has that history to says a guy outside of the Israeli human rights group b'tselem once in a while they are specifically refer cases that get some more attention but they do not change or roll grim picture of almost blanket impunity for any Israeli security forces that killed one US demands no matter what the circumstances the Israeli protests against police brutality have been much smaller than the protests in the U. S. that's a relief to Israeli public security minister of Hana he said he hoped no one would quote try to bring Minneapolis here Daniel Estrin NPR news Jerusalem this is NPR news not long ago in Los Angeles on the corner of Wilshire and Fairfax inside an old.

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"estrin" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

01:58 min | 2 years ago

"estrin" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"May have happened in the last hour I'm not familiar with but I think we're on the way to getting it through the house this week and with cooperation could get it through the Senate as well president trump says the administration may wind up cutting off travel from the U. S. to hire to areas with high rates of coronavirus but that they're not winning any restrictions so foreign domestic travel when I look at other countries that have been badly affected and we're thinking about doing something we may have to do we don't want to do that but we're looking at other countries that were being very stringent the federal reserve today slashing interest rates by a half percentage point in regard to the corona virus the coronavirus is weighing on economic activities specifically in travel and tourism and it is the fed's congressional mandate to get in there and stabilize things and I need to a half the rate by half a point cut that's a big cut now you have the fed funds rate as we call it one to one and a quarter percent that's the rate that banks charge for short term loans that's good for if you're getting a market for mortgage you're refinancing that's good the Dow finished the day down today seven hundred eighty six points the S. and P. five hundred down eighty seven the nasdaq down to sixty eight it'll put does train crashes are on the rise in Fairfax county the latest victim a thirty eight year old woman hit on back like road Friday afternoon died of her injuries on Sunday here today this is our eighth but Estrin fatality and twenty twenty sergeant Scott Reynolds with Fairfax county police and as tragic as it is for any pedestrian fatality or fidelity this does mirrors the national trend police are looking for information on Friday's crash right now there have been no charges pending the driver did remain on scene and is cooperating with the detectives barbarous W. M. A. L. E. W. I. mail dot com W. mail traffic and weather next your Amazon echo do your mornings on the mall weekdays nine AM I like this I think this is fantastic for.

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"estrin" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

03:42 min | 3 years ago

"estrin" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"We've had to believe in impossible thing. The true nature of reality beckons, just beyond those talks, those ideas, gap did for radio. From NPR. I'm Ghairat coming up. I just took it upon myself. I said, okay, I've got to survive this. I've got the move forward for me. Healing has not been about moving on. But consciously moving forward to me is choosing to live this episode moving forward. First this news. Live from NPR news in Washington, I'm Janine, Herbst national security adviser, John Bolton is defending President Trump's decision to call off military strikes. On Iran Bolton spoke today during a visit to Jerusalem, as NPR's Daniel estrin reports Bolton has long advocated hardline positions against Iran and suggested the US could attack you run at a later stage. Neither Iran nor any other hostile actor should mistake. US prudence and discretion for weakness. He said, the US is imposing new sanctions on Iran with details to be announced Monday. Bolton made the comments alongside Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu who also advocates a hardline stance on Iran. It ten Yahoo said, nothing about Trump's decision to call off military strikes. But he praised new US sanctions on Iran, both in Jerusalem ahead of a meeting Tuesday, with Russian and Israeli national security advisers to discuss Syria on Saturday, the White House published its long-awaited economic peace plan for Palestinian. But Bolton Netanyahu made no mention of it, Daniel. Estrin NPR news Jerusalem. Democratic presidential candidates are wrapping up a weekend of campaigning in South Carolina. The south first primary state. Former vice president, Joe Biden maintains a formidable lead in early polling, but his rivals are working to chip away at that as NPR's. Susan Davis reports. Twenty two candidates appeared at events in Columbia South Carolina. This weekend, including an annual fish fry attended by thousands of voters candidates also address party activists at the state's annual democratic convention and appeared at a forum hosted by Planned Parenthood, where they all express support for expanded abortion rights. Massachusetts Senator Elizabeth Warren turned seventy on Saturday, joining Biden, and Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders as the trio of candidates in their seventies Warren is the leading candidate in the first round of the democratic debate in Miami on Wednesday night. She's now, pulling behind Biden and Sanders who will take the stage on Thursday. Susan Davis, NPR news Washington, if the opium top military official has been assassinated after a regional, president was also killed. NPR's Ava Peralta reports, the Ethiopian government is calling the attacks part of a coup. Attempt and says arrests have been made a spokesperson for prime minister abiotic myth tells NPR that the HARA regional president was shot by armed forces trying to take over the regional government at the same time in the capital SABA about the chief of Ethiopia's armed forces was coordinating a response when his bodyguard shot him, the spokesperson beginning, the says both men died from their injuries. And she says the government believes the attacks are connected for the year now if the Opie has been experiencing a rapid transformation. Prime minister Abby Achmat has ushered in a new more democratic era, but old ethnic tensions that were kept in check by the former regime's authoritarian rule have flared leading to widespread intercommunal violence in NPR news Nairobi, and you're listening to NPR news from Washington. They seize WNYC in New York..

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"estrin" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

04:01 min | 3 years ago

"estrin" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Q E D. Some rain this morning along with breezy, conditions, then showers and a slight chance of thunderstorms are expected this afternoon. We'll have highs today from the upper fifties to the mid sixty s those winds will be southerly from ten to thirty miles per hour. They'll become ten to twenty miles per hour later this afternoon. And public radio. The time is eight forty six. It's morning edition from NPR news. I'm David Greene. I'm Rachel Martin police in Germany are reporting a rise in anti-semitic, eight crimes the German government wants answers NPR's. Daniel estrin reports from Berlin. Monte, oh, dizzy young Jewish LGBT activists in Berlin on his walk home from work. He told me about what's happened to him while wearing a Jewish headcovering. Keep PA I've seen people spitting out in front of me because I was wearing a hypothesis people shouting at me do the middle of the streets the center, oh the city. And if I tell people about things, I experience they say what this happened to you. I didn't even know that there is anti-semitism today in Germany, there is some disagreement about the nature of anti-semitism in Germany today, for example, when does criticism of Israel cross into anti Jewish expression, and whether far right anti-semitism or anti-semitism from Muslims is the bigger problem. There have been problems with rising anti semitism amongst the Muslim community, most of whom were of migrant background going back. Several generations now for many years DJ burger heads the American Jewish Committee. In berlin. The group surveyed Berlin schoolteachers who reported some students crossing out Israel for maps and expressing fundamentalist Muslim ideologies. Her group is helping teachers develop lesson plans to address the issue with students. Dervish? He's another Berlin activists addresses a seminar of high school counselors about how do identify anti-semitism he's Muslim, and he says some Muslims in Germany, go on the defensive when they're accused of anti-semitism, they see it as part of a campaign of Islam of phobia fueled by Germany's growing far-right, we searching for ways how we can win people to be aware of problems such as. And how can we communicate this issue to them? So that they take responsibility and not deny it last year. Germany appointed its first national Commissioner to combat anti-semitism Felix. Klein he told me his focus right now is to collect data. Police say antisemitic crimes rose ten percent last year with ninety percent of the attacks coming from the far, right? But there's a dispute about some of the figures if you talk to the Jews in this country. They perceive attacks emanating from Muslims from radical Muslims, of course as much higher. They think it's around forty percent when it comes to physically takes Klein hopes to clear this up with a nationwide online reporting portal launched last month for Germans to report behavior, they witness that's not officially criminal. But it's still anti-semitic like graffiti or bullying in schools, he hopes by the end of the year to have enough examples to draw some conclusions. Because then we know more about the perpetrator about the social backgrounds. Maybe. Aware. I do. And then, of course, Lew constitute a very very important for our strategies for preventing anti-semitism, some juice say they face. Lots of skepticism about their complaints. And they hope Klein statistics will highlight the extent of anti-semitism in Germany today. Daniel estrin, NPR news, Berlin. You can follow these stories and more online at NPR dot work or follow us on Twitter and can find me at PR. Well, as at Noel king David is NPR green.

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"estrin" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:08 min | 3 years ago

"estrin" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Like a bet with our whole system is breaking down all this one bridge on the major line of falling apart. Well, the whole system is suffering that brings us all the delays that we see there have been lots of complaints and media coverage. So in January, the German railway appointed a punctuality Saar railway CEO. Richard lutz told reporters they've got a five point plan. Nine thousand in league. He's promising to hire more employees purchase new trains and ensure timely departures the public transportation advocate Schroeder thinks it will be years before passengers feel a real difference political scientists Rupert it's says all of this points to something bigger. We have a real problem with infrastructure. It's not just the railways. For instance, Chancellor Angela Merkel recently missed the opening of the g twenty international summit because her plane malfunctioned that they put the head of government on the plane within a couple of hours to center to a conference is absolutely ridiculous. And a new airport being built in Germany's capital keeps getting delayed with reports about cables installed incorrectly and escalators too short. The government has a policy called black zero. No, increasing the national deficit sounds responsible. But some say that means underinvestment in infrastructure Streff. It's thanks. Foreign investors are taking note you rely. Level is the stuff you're offering radius. Good is input. Should look at your way with this kind of conversation that goes on. And that's terrific come to the reputation of gentleman efficient sand things he says, even in Italy, the trains are running better. Daniel estrin, NPR news, Berlin. If you've never been to Mexico City that is what the street sound like they are full of music in the form of vendors selling their wares with songs that they make up others using whistles to announce their presence. And of course, children playing in the street that soundscape is the first track on a new album called music, inspired by the film, and with the Academy Awards taking place this evening in L A, all.

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"estrin" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

90.3 KAZU

01:55 min | 3 years ago

"estrin" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

"Stocks finished lower today on Wall Street. You're listening. To NPR news. Israel says it will no longer allow an international observer group to patrol the Israeli occupied West Bank as NPR's. Daniel estrin tells us from Jerusalem, the move came at the urging of Israeli settlers the temporary international presence in Hebron has patrolled the city of Hebron for over twenty years. It's a city of frequent friction where several hundred Isreaeli settlers live in military protected enclaves in a city that's home to thousands of Palestinians. The group's observers are unarmed and come from Italy. Norway, Sweden, Switzerland Turkey, Jewish settler leaders waged a campaign to disband the group and Israel, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu says Israel will not renew its mandate. He didn't say when the group must leave. But he said, quote, we will not allow the continuation of an international force that acts against us. A spokesman for the Palestinian Authority president called the decision unacceptable. Daniel estrin NPR news Jerusalem, the former chairman of star. Our bucks is drawing criticism after telling sixty minutes, he's thinking about running for president as an independent democrat. Ian Castro who's already announced. He's running says a Howard Schultz independent campaign would provide Donald Trump with his best hope of getting reelected. President. Trump tweeted today that Scholtz doesn't have the guts to run for president stocks finished lower on Wall Street today. The Dow lost two hundred eight points down eight tenths of a percent. This is NPR. This is ninety three K as e.

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"estrin" Discussed on Dr. Drew Podcast

Dr. Drew Podcast

04:09 min | 3 years ago

"estrin" Discussed on Dr. Drew Podcast

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