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Israeli troops kill 5 Palestinian gunmen in arrest clashes

AP News Radio

00:34 sec | 3 weeks ago

Israeli troops kill 5 Palestinian gunmen in arrest clashes

"Five Palestinians were killed in the west bank and she talks with the Israeli military the exchange of fire took place while Israeli troops carried out an operation to arrest members of Hamas in the west bank it was the deadliest violence between Israeli troops and Palestinian militants in the occupied west bank in recent weeks the fighting came amid heightened tensions following this year's eleven day war between Israel and Hamas in the Gaza Strip the Palestinian health ministry said two Palestinians were shot dead near the northwestern bank city of Jenin and three others were killed in bid to north of Jerusalem I'm Karen Thomas

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Israel Arrests 4 Palestinian Fugitives Who Escaped Prison

AP News Radio

00:52 sec | Last month

Israel Arrests 4 Palestinian Fugitives Who Escaped Prison

"Israel has arrested four Palestinians who with two others had tunneled out of prison on Monday setting off a furious manhunt across Israel and in the west bank Israeli police say they've arrested four of the six Palestinians who had broken out of the maximum security facility including a fame to militant leader whose exploits over the years have made him a well known figure before wanted men who called in a pair of arrests in northern Israel the arrests move Israel closer to closing on embarrassing episode that's exposed deep flaws in this prison system and turn to the fugitive prisoners into Palestinian heroes late on Friday Palestinian militants in the Gaza Strip father rocket into Israel in an apparent sign of solidarity during Israeli airstrikes in reprisal I'm Charles the last month

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Blinken Heads Overseas to Reassure Arab Gulf Allies

AP News Radio

00:34 sec | Last month

Blinken Heads Overseas to Reassure Arab Gulf Allies

"Secretary of state under the Blinken is holding high level talks in Gaza and Europe over the next few days defense secretary Lloyd Austin is also traveling to the Gulf I will meet key allies that Lincoln schedule includes got tough with thousands of US military based he'll also stop in Germany to see Afghan evacuees at Ramstein air base awaiting clearance to travel to the U. S. well there he'll join a virtual meeting with counterparts from twenty nations on the way ahead in Afghanistan I'm Charles collect as much

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"gaza" Discussed on Today in Focus

Today in Focus

01:33 min | Last month

"gaza" Discussed on Today in Focus

"Today. In focus warning call and the terror that followed countdown to the destruction of gaza's l. july tower. If you're thinking of homes in gaza what might come to mind is some way poll crowded but unless told me l. July was not that alert was one of the most prestigious and luxurious buildings and guzzle. You can't be like some regular or like a middle class to live in. No you have to be one of the silky prestigious close only in gaza. It wasn't just houses. It was the kind of place where foreign companies wanted to be. It was also holding two of the main international travel agencies. ap associated press and jazeera. Both of those were just printing the rooftop because they knew this place is one of the most safest places in gaza. The tower in downtown gaza city and area code ramal had been built by family. Who sold high end clothes. The matty's who had been refugees from the violence that followed the creation of israel in nineteen forty eight while palestinians. cold the nakba or catastrophe. Joa admit the is the owner. And his dylan. That's built algebra building brick by brick. The aware one of them was prestigious families in gaza they went fighters. They play by the rules. Joa mighty had something prized. It was a vip pass issued by the israeli government to enter into business. They're

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Countdown to the Moment Israeli Forces Hit Al-Jalaa Tower, Gaza

Today in Focus

01:33 min | Last month

Countdown to the Moment Israeli Forces Hit Al-Jalaa Tower, Gaza

"Today. In focus warning call and the terror that followed countdown to the destruction of gaza's l. july tower. If you're thinking of homes in gaza what might come to mind is some way poll crowded but unless told me l. July was not that alert was one of the most prestigious and luxurious buildings and guzzle. You can't be like some regular or like a middle class to live in. No you have to be one of the silky prestigious close only in gaza. It wasn't just houses. It was the kind of place where foreign companies wanted to be. It was also holding two of the main international travel agencies. ap associated press and jazeera. Both of those were just printing the rooftop because they knew this place is one of the most safest places in gaza. The tower in downtown gaza city and area code ramal had been built by family. Who sold high end clothes. The matty's who had been refugees from the violence that followed the creation of israel in nineteen forty eight while palestinians. cold the nakba or catastrophe. Joa admit the is the owner. And his dylan. That's built algebra building brick by brick. The aware one of them was prestigious families in gaza they went fighters. They play by the rules. Joa mighty had something prized. It was a vip pass issued by the israeli government to enter into business. They're

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Technical SEO Skills You Actually Need With Ahrefs Product Advisor Patrick Stox

Voices of Search by Searchmetrics

02:43 min | Last month

Technical SEO Skills You Actually Need With Ahrefs Product Advisor Patrick Stox

"And talk about you know a little bit of the more complex topics. Seo some of the technical stuff talked a lot about core web vitals this year. There's a lot that's changing with how to make sure your site is performance an up to google standards. There is a little discrepancy about what actually matters when it comes to technical. Seo talked to me what you think are the technical seo skills that you actually need Man that is a little bit of a loaded question. I'm less hardcore than than a lot of seo's on this. I think you need whatever's goes. You need to work on the systems that you're working on. I'm a big proponent of like learn as you go. And i'm not gonna tell someone like i wanna learn techno gaza what you gotta go learn python javascript. Imbaba because you don't like if you're not working on that stuff if it's not interesting to you you don't wanna learn it. You really don't have to so. I think that there's a debate here of you know what's the prerequisite to go be a tactical. Seo de need to have engineering skills. Do you need to have the ability to understand and manipulate data. You know when you're prioritizing the two of them the analysis part as opposed to sort of the technical know-how which one do you think is more important for us ios analysis in general good analysts. Pretty much always make good. Seo's the matter their role in seo. Someone can look at the data. Look at the issues than just figure out. You know what is going on so when you're thinking about what makes a great analyst in seo. What are some of the skills required there when generally what do you think is the right tool. Set that they should be using. I don't think there's a right answer to that. You know people have different experiences. They've seen different things. They use different tools. I've seen people do amazing things in excel. I've seen people do amazing things in python is. It's all about trying to figure out an easier way to get to the the right data. That's gonna answer the questions. Basically so when you think about the skill set not necessarily the tool kit whether you're using python or do the analysis whether using excel business intelligence tools in what's the mindset in the skill. Set that great. Seo analyst has curiosity is going to be number one. I think they just want to a lot of the best technical. Seo's i know they're just pretty much infinitely curious they're like why does this work this way what's going on. Why is it this working And then they go look good basically all the data all the different systems and just trying to come up with an answer to explain it. What i'm hearing

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Israel Strikes Hamas Targets in Gaza After Border Protests

AP News Radio

00:54 sec | Last month

Israel Strikes Hamas Targets in Gaza After Border Protests

"Israeli planes struck Hamas militant targets in the Gaza Strip I was off to clashes between Israeli troops and protesters along the Gaza border hundreds of activists staged a nighttime protests along the Israeli border bringing places is ready since you responded lifeline ambulances arrived to carry wounded protesters hit by Israeli fire the following day the Israeli ministry said planes had bombed a Hamas facility in Gaza in response to the continuing protests and launching of an century billions into southern Israel Israeli prime minister Naftali Bennett told reporters in Washington we will operate in Gaza according to what interests organizes set the price has summoned to increase pressure on Israel to lift its blockade of the territory which restricts movement in and out of Gaza the blockade in full since Hamas took control of Gaza in two thousand and seven that's rubbish the local economy I'm Karen Thomas

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Israel Bombs Hamas Sites in Gaza Over Fire Balloons

THE NEWS with Anthony Davis

01:37 min | 2 months ago

Israel Bombs Hamas Sites in Gaza Over Fire Balloons

"Israeli warplanes bombed hamas sites in gaza in response to incendary balloons launched from the palestinian end. Clave that caused brushfires in southern israel. Its military said early on tuesday. There were no immediate reports of casualties in the ass. Strikes that targeted what the military said was a weapons production facility and a rocket launch site belonging to hamas the islamist group that rules gaza since egyptian mediated. Ceasefire halted eleven days of israel. Hamas fighting in may gaza militants of sporadically sent balloons laden with incendiary material into israel drawing israeli strikes on hamas facilities palestinians say the balloons aimed to pressure israel to ease restrictions on gaza and permit aides to reach the territory. Balloons launched monday set off fires in israeli fields along the gaza border border. Violence has spiked despite an israeli announcement last week of a resumption of qatari aid to gaza. A move that had been seen as bolstering. The fragile truce confronting gaza protesters' budding ties and throwing explosives along the border on saturday. Israeli troops shot and wounded forty one palestinians critically injuring two medic said palestinian gunfire seriously wounded an israeli soldier. The military said days before saturday's violence gaza militants launched a rocket towards israel. That was shot down by. Its iron dome anti missile system in the first such rocket attack since the may twenty-first cease-fire.

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Colonel Richard Kemp Says Jihadists, China, and Russia Are Celebrating the Afghanistan Crisis

Mark Levin

01:53 min | 2 months ago

Colonel Richard Kemp Says Jihadists, China, and Russia Are Celebrating the Afghanistan Crisis

"You know, we're seeing what we face now is a a terrorist threat coming out of Afghanistan. That is greater than the terrorist threat before 9 11 jihadists around the world have been celebrating. The events and not least the president. Not this is a jihadist, but the president of Pakistan, Imran Khan, who himself celebrated it, he should be celebrating because Pakistan significantly funded The Taliban throughout the campaign, while at the same time being paid vast amounts of money by America and Britain. Um, but they're celebrating around the world. Hamas in Gaza are celebrating What's happening here? Um, and they will be re energize. They will have to see that their recruitment has been boosted. They will be reinvigorated and they will launched attacks around the world against our countries, as they did really when they were being inspired by the Islamic state. Al Qaeda and the Islamic state are strong in Afghanistan. At the moment, Al Qaeda fought alongside the Taliban in recent battles. They will operate freely. Just doesn't matter what the Taliban say to you. They will allow the Al Qaeda in the Islamic state to operate freely there, and they can operate more freely than they could before 9 11. Because they know there's no fear of Western intervention. Now that's finished. That's history. There's not going to happen again. They know that and so they'll be even bolder than before and jihadist from around the world will flock into Afghanistan. To train prepare and launch attacks against the West. So The state of the terrorist threat is higher than it was at the height of the Islamic state's power when they controlled large parts of Syria and of Iraq. That's just one aspect of The situation. There is no one really who is celebrating this situation more than Russia and China. They're the greatest cheerleaders for what's happened.

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Billions in US Weaponry Seized by Taliban

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

01:05 min | 2 months ago

Billions in US Weaponry Seized by Taliban

"Hugh hewitt joined now by ambassador. Michael oren longtime ambassador from israel to the united states joining us from israel. Good morning dr. Arnn on a dark thursday morning your investment of the events of the past week. Good to be with you. It's very disheartening Tragic and dangerous dangerous Israel like other american allies will go to the south korea. Japan depend on not just the perception of america's ability to project power but also protection american power. That's that's perception and the reality is who's blow this week But we have additional problems into the japanese in south korea. Don't have at is that he probably von have now acquired vast amounts unfold amount up sophisticated american and remember back in two thousand eleven when qaddafi in libya. It took about one. Week you for american shoulder-fired anti-aircraft missiles to reach gaza one week. Can you imagine what we're gonna have to face now.

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President Trump Was No Pacifist, Made His Enemies Listen

Mark Levin

01:23 min | 2 months ago

President Trump Was No Pacifist, Made His Enemies Listen

"Doing a radio rally. Remember that the genius of rush October 5 2020. And the issue of Iran came up. And what Donald Trump said was Iran knows that they have been put on notice if you f around with us, and you use the word If you do something bad to us, we're going to do things to you that have never been done before. What do you think Donald Trump would do now? In Afghanistan. Every few years back. We talked about this. The Taliban was collecting for an offensive and they were in there. The tunnels that they had built much like Hamas. In Gaza. They located him and they dropped the biggest ordinance. We have Short of nuclear weapon on them, killing likely thousands and thousands of them. Thousands and thousands of them. Donald Trump was not a pacifist. It was not an isolationist. He stood up to Putin. Unlike buying despite all the Democrat party propaganda, he cut off their pipeline. And he severely sanctioned the oligarchs around Putin.

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The Biden Administration is Confusing White Supremacists With Jihadists

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:28 min | 2 months ago

The Biden Administration is Confusing White Supremacists With Jihadists

"Are back with lead. Ferris professor of international relations fulmer advise if a national security and foreign policy to candidate trump the author of future jihad and more recently. The last spring We we have to talk about this. Administration's culpability for the events in afghanistan. Let's listen to the chief diplomat. Antony blinken from the biden administration. We're looking across the board at the Increasing danger posed by White supremacist groups Around the world And this is a growing problem and and growing town. Something we're looking at and we'll have to decide how we can be most effective for our part In dealing with the problem so professor priorities for the abidin. State department are hunting down white supremacists across the globe have any white supremacists toppled governments lately. what is the white supremacy nexus. Oh i don't know in iran in afghanistan and pakistan. You'll reaction to the state of foreign policy praxis. In this the greatest nation on god's earth well if follow that projection by the secretary of state. We would consider that white supremacist as he called. Them are firing these rockets and missiles from gaza to israel and those other missiles from southern lebanon into israel. And as you just said. I'll have just taken excuse me. The country of afghanistan are fighting. The currents are actually committing genocide in sudan are trying to Control libya these otherwise supremacists talking about or these other jihadists and talking about white. Supremacists is a cover up in my view from a geopolitical perspective to not talk any more about the real threats. Why because there is an iran deal to signed so we can't talk about that because now there's a taliban deal that they are enforcing the way they did and more and more so. I think that our foreign policy is shocking people around the world. Who are who this shocking. The most or these statements civil societies women minorities people who call themselves liberals around the world who do not understand what is this administration talking about not addressing the real serious strategic threats around the world.

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It's All About Control With the Virus

Mike Gallagher Podcast

00:48 sec | 2 months ago

It's All About Control With the Virus

"It's about control with the virus. Because if the gaza salt left was really serious squaring away right this virus from china. What would they be doing. Ab locking that border down so fast head would spin that border. Be tighter than a dixie hat band. They will you you. You couldn't get a burp through that border if they were truly concerned about that if that was their motive if that was their agenda right if they're really going today we're going to wake up. We're gonna shut down that virus boom close border. But they're not. They're not and now as i said stand by. The wheels are falling off the godless alt-left. They've got no exit strategy.

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Israel Military Strikes Hamas After Launch of Fire Balloons

What's Bugging You

00:40 sec | 2 months ago

Israel Military Strikes Hamas After Launch of Fire Balloons

"Israeli military struck two targets in the Gaza Strip in response to incendiary balloons launched from Gaza into Israel. The military struck what it says was a Hamas military compound and rocket launching site after four incendiary balloons were launched into Israel on Friday afternoon in areas close to the Gaza Strip. Setting fire to land and damaging agriculture. There were no reports of casualties in Israel or Gaza and no immediate comment from Hamas. The launch of the balloons comes over two months after an 11 Day war between Israel and Hamas, the fourth since the militant group seized power in Gaza in 2007,

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Israel Military Strikes Hamas After Launch of Fire Balloons

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | 2 months ago

Israel Military Strikes Hamas After Launch of Fire Balloons

"Israel's military says warplanes have struck two targets in the Gaza Strip in response to incendiary balloons launched from Gaza into Israel the ministry struck what it says was a Hamas military compound and look at launching site off the floor in century balloons were launched into Israel or Friday afternoon in areas close to the Gaza Strip setting fire to land and damaging agriculture there were no reports of casualties in Israel or Gaza and no immediate comment from Hamas the launch of the balloons comes over two months off to an eleven day war between Israel and Hamas the fourth since the militant group seized power in Gaza in twenty oh seven I'm Charles the last month

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Drunk Florida Man Really Screwed Up Child’s Daycare Pick Up

Weird AF News

01:38 min | 2 months ago

Drunk Florida Man Really Screwed Up Child’s Daycare Pick Up

"And intoxicated. Florida man picks his child up from daycare and then comes back again to pick his child up from daycare is a great title. You just get the whole flavor of what this guy's about a florida man is facing child neglect and driving under the influence charges after an incident with his stepchild police in polaka florida. They say that reginal horner a great name. Reginald horner sounds like one of those names from like the sixteen. Hundreds reginal horner picked up the kid. From god's little creations daycare oh poor. God's little creations daycare god's creations and not in the hands of the best people. Unfortunately people like reginal horner like to throw a few back and then pick up their little. God's creation the daycare where you go and reginal allen go in and pick up gaza little creation which is also. Well it's my step child is technically not my creation. But it's definitely god's creation gonna go yet take your home. I don't know if it's a boy or girl in story and read a little bit. This wasn't a concern at all. That reginal horner was picking up the kid. From god's creations daycare until he returned a short time later looking around. Ask asking whereas kid is. He's looking around to pick up his kid. He told the employees. He didn't take the child yet. They said reginal. You came already. And you've got your little god's creation

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Rashida Tlaib Should Resign for Supporting Hamas, Being Anti-Semitic and Anti-American

Mark Levin

01:59 min | 2 months ago

Rashida Tlaib Should Resign for Supporting Hamas, Being Anti-Semitic and Anti-American

"But there's other reasons that these politicians should resign, too. And Rasheeda to leave is one of them. She is a Hamas supporting Anti American anti Semite, Marxist. Second generation Palestinian Here's what she said. Hat Tip Twitter. Cut one go. We also need to recognize And this is for me. As a Palestinian American. We also need to recognize, you know, as I think about my family. And Palestine that continue to live under military occupation and how that really interacts with this beautiful black city I grew up in, You know, I always tell people cutting people off from water is violence, and they do it from Gaza to Detroit, and it's a way to control people to oppress people. And it's those structures that we continue to fight against. So I know you all understand. The structure we've been living under right now is designed by those that exploit the rest of us. For their own profit, and she goes on. And she goes on. She's alluding to a global Jewish structure. The profits from oppressing people of color. Water is not cut off. Two Palestinians. Electricity is not cut off the Palestinians unless they're shooting missiles into the cities. Of Israel as a way for Israel to try and get the terrorists to stop. Short of strafing and carpet bombing these areas which they could do and wipe out the populations and literally three days What do you think? Hamas, Islamic Jihad and the other Palestinian terrorists would do if they could. Exactly

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Deborah Lipstadt Picked as Biden's Antisemitism Envoy

People of the Pod

02:05 min | 3 months ago

Deborah Lipstadt Picked as Biden's Antisemitism Envoy

"Alarmed by a wave of attacks on american jews tied to the recent violence between israel and hamas american jewish committee and others in may press the white house to address a glaring void in the us state department the absence of a special envoy to monitor and combat anti-semitism around the world. This week president biden. Fill that vacancy. With one of america's preeminent jewish historians and holocaust scholars emory university professor. Deborah lipstadt professor. Lipstadt joined us on people at the pod shortly after the release of her latest book anti-semitism here and now a series of letters to an imagined college student and imagined colleague. Both of whom are perplexed by contemporary expressions of the most ancient hatred. We discussed whether the world is sufficiently aware of this ever present. danger professor. Thank you for joining us. Thank you for having me so tell me what did inspire you to write this book wind. Did you start writing it. Was there a catalyst. The catalyst was a lot of things that happen amazingly enough now. It sounds like h industry a in two thousand fourteen. The shooting in brussels the the murderer in brussels of visitors to the jewish museum there and a lot of the anti-semitism that emerged around the war in gaza. But it was clear to me that it wasn't just related to the war in gaza that there had been enough other things happening that to just say. Oh this is all about. Gaza was a simplistic view. I wrote an op. Ed for the new york times got a tremendous amount of attention. Discussion and Finally i didn't. I thought that would be the end of it. My agent set me deborah. There's a book here. Where's the proposal. I said i have wallowed in the sewers of anti semitism and holocaust and office so much in my life. I really don't want to write about this. But he wouldn't give up. So i wrote the proposal. He presented to a publisher. They were interested in. I had to write the book. I mean a flip about that really. But as the time where i really started writing the book i would say two thousand fifteen amid to end two thousand fifteen and by that point. It was clear that the book was to me. It was clear that the book was

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Human Rights Watch: Israeli War Crimes Apparent in Gaza War

AP News Radio

00:51 sec | 3 months ago

Human Rights Watch: Israeli War Crimes Apparent in Gaza War

"Human Rights Watch has accused the Israeli ministry of carrying out attacks that's apparently amount to war crimes during an eleven day will in may against the Hamas militant group the international human rights organization issued its conclusions off to investigating three Israeli air strikes that it said killed sixty two Palestinian civilians it said there were no evident military targets in the vicinity of the attacks the report also accuses Palestinian militants of apparent war crimes by launching over four thousand on guided rockets and mortars at Israeli population centers such attacks the group says violate the prohibition against deliberate or indiscriminate attacks against civilians I'm Charles de Ledesma

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"gaza" Discussed on AP News

AP News

04:01 min | 5 months ago

"gaza" Discussed on AP News

"Gaza but not its rulers. Hamas, which the U. S. Considers a terrorist organization. Secretary of State Tony Blinken is in the Middle East to try to shore up the ceasefire there. He met with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu this morning and afterwards said those involved need to address underlying issues for there to be peace that begins with tackling the great humanitarian situation in Gaza. And starting to rebuild. The United States will work to rally international support around that effort, while also making our own significant contributions. Prime Minister Netanyahu said he hopes the ceasefire holds, but he had this blunt warning breaks the calm and the tax Israel I response will be Very powerful, and we have discussed ways of how to work together to prevent Hamas rearmament with weapons on means of the Aggression. President Biden will meet with George Floyd's family today at the White House. It's been a year since George Floyd died after a Minneapolis police officer pinned him to the ground. Here's our Soccer Madani this afternoon. They'll be in the Oval Office for what spokeswoman Jen Psaki says will be a private meeting with the president. He has a genuine relationship with them. On the courage and grace of this family, and especially his daughter. Jonah has really stuff with the president's sake says the president hoped bipartisan congressional negotiators would have finished a policing overhaul bill named after Floyd by today, but he's encouraged that they're making progress. SOCCER Megane Washington The man accused of killing 10 people in a Colorado supermarket in March will appear in court today. We're hearing on what happens next in the case, a source says. His family said they think he was suffering from some sort of mental illness. Investigators haven't released a possible motive. This is AP News. Now to social media and conservatives. Here's Our Julie Walker, Florida's Republican governor signed a bill yesterday that seeks to punish social media sites that remove conservative ideas, but it might violate the First Amendment. The bill that's the state find large social media companies 250,000 Day if they remove an account of a statewide political candidate. It also allows Floridians like former President Trump to sue companies like Twitter and Facebook. If they feel they've been treated unfairly. Twitter didn't immediately respond to requests for comment. Facebook declined comment. But the tech lobbying group net choice, which includes both companies criticized the new law, saying this bill takes us closer to a state run Internet. Democrats opposed the bill and defended the right of social media companies is private entities to control the flow of information on their platforms. I'm Julie Walker and I'm Rita Foley. AP News You leaders have agreed on sanctions on Belarus after a flight was diverted to minks on Sunday for the purposes of arresting a dissident journalist. Former UK ambassador to Belarus Nigel Gold. Davis says that the arrest off the opposition journalist represents a heightening of tensions between President Alexander Lukashenko's Belarus on other nations having being until now a threat to his own people has become an international threat us well, it was an absolutely outrageous and unprecedented event, Bill Davis says. He's impressed by the scale and the speed so far of the international reaction. It tells us that we now at a new level off confrontation. Unfortunately in what's a very difficult situation between galleries in the West, I'm Charles Dillon asthma. If you've got a personal auto insurance question, you could talk to a cab driver, although the policies he recommends might include avoiding the interstate, beating traffic by taking the back roads and on Lee, making left turns when absolutely necessary. Or you could talk to your local Geico agent whose policy is to use their expertise to navigate your insurance, finding.

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"gaza" Discussed on Not Another Mum Pod

Not Another Mum Pod

02:25 min | 5 months ago

"gaza" Discussed on Not Another Mum Pod

"We're discussing was in everybody's hot. Palestine throughout ramadan tensions were rising palestinians were being restricted in exiting mustard alexa. The third holiest site muslims. Meanwhile israeli settlers were forcibly removing palestinians from their homes in jarrah in east jerusalem on the twenty seventh nineteen ramadan. The holiest night in the holiest month. Israeli troops storm to mustard alexa third-holiest site for muslims while announcing billions were in frustration. Praying to god in the most vulnerable positions alexa on their worshippers. Were attacked using tear-gas gun quarter rubber-coated bullets and shot grenades since then after seven days of bombardment at least two hundred thirty. Two palestinians have lost their lives including sixty five children. One thousand civilians have been injured. Nine hundred thousand displaced on the israeli side at the time of recording this podcast twelve people including two children have died. Although these rarely government has now declared a ceasefire effective in the early hours of this morning documentation continues undecided. However tensions are already rising again. I mean. we don't even know if sweden is going to be able to join the call today a couple of days ago we had this podcast sheduled witness in and she was a nine and then after a few minutes she disappeared and it was radio silent. We didn't hear back from her and tasanai couldn't sleep a wink that night worrying wondering if she was okay and what happened to a hamdala. The next day received a message that the internet connection had been very bad since the beginning of the israeli aggression and in our own world. She said it was due to the israeli fighter. Jets that kept bombing the signal towers affecting her to a good internet network on top of all this where also witnessing so much injustice from the attack to the media whitewashing and the blanket statement of silence or indifference from the world. does it's just disheartening to say the least in. And if he's a really is media bias. I mean they just kept justifying the attacks by saying hamas attacking rockets masa inside buildings and i kept thinking of the old man in gaza with a placard that read you. Take my water ben. My olive trees destroy my house. Take my job still. My land imprison my father killed. My mother bombard my country stall vessel. Humiliate us all i am to blame. I shot a rock back yet. That really really puts it into context and inter perspective.

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"gaza" Discussed on PRI's The World

PRI's The World

05:57 min | 5 months ago

"gaza" Discussed on PRI's The World

"Our decision destructor support for their respective regions so we invest a lot of money to give these regions and also the people of course in his regions a new perspective. Does that mean re training for new jobs. What does it mean to give them a new perspective. Yes this mean training. Of course for those people are working and specifically the coal mining but also called facilities but also simply attract new industries to exactly come to these regions on one of these regions in eastern germany. For example tesla is at the moment of building a huge facility for the production of electric vehicles and also for batteries at a european climate meeting this month. Climate activists cheered germany's new plan but they were disappointed that chancellor angela merkel did not announce increased funding for climate finance for developing countries. Germany's the fourth largest economy in the world. Jiu think germany should be doing more to help. Smaller economies adapt to a changing climate. I think all countries all developed countries have to do more. But i need to say that. Germany has done a lot in the past. We have been financing highest chair of all industrialized countries. So we believe others have to jump in now as in the future of their pay a fair share of the whole amount. Germany has one of the most ambitious plans in the world now when it comes to lowering carbon emissions. What do you think. Germany can teach the rest of the world about balancing difficult trade-offs and doing what's necessary to decrease emissions. Maybe most going to talk to to learn is reggie should have started. The cost would have been low office. Transformation process go ahead and fly. Spot is the state secretary at germany's federal ministry for the environment. He's been speaking to us from berlin. Thanks a lot johann in ireland. They're now saying something that hasn't been seen in three hundred years a pair of cranes nesting in a bog. That's caused for big celebration there. Mark mkhori is the lead ecologists at board amona. A company that owns the peat bog or the cranes were spotted. He joins us now. Mark two cranes spotted in a bog in the irish midlands apparently nesting or preparing to breed. Why is this such a big deal. It's really exciting for us. Because these birds haven't been a scene greeding in ireland. For about fielder years. They unfortunately went extinct back then because of haunting and we haven't seen them breeding since and so we occasionally get these birds appearing in the wintertime but it was really exciting to see a few words appear in one of our boggs in the springtime and dan starting to display on starting to build a nest. Unfortunately we haven't seen any chicks yet. What we're really excited about this year. Because the birds actually came back these are migratory birds so they. They disappeared off the nest site for the wintertime. What's really exciting. That they've come back. So what are these birds. Look like i mean how big are they. They're very big under very big in an irish context because in ireland. We don't have that many big words so they would be about four foot high. You're talking nearly six foot. Wingspan and This nearly twice the size of the hearn our biggest wetland bird which is about to tie and so if you saw it on a ballg or in the distance in a wet and it would be obvious that it's a crean something really unusual. I understand that this is a huge deal because cranes feature so prominently in irish mythology and history. Tell us a little bit about that. If you look at the book of kells there is a weltman birds or waterbird featured in knox with a long neck and i read patch on its head. So the monks that drew the book. Kale's at that were familiar with crayons and seemingly the crans were revered when they were present in ireland and their nesting places were considered sacred spaces. We see evidence of that because in some of our leaks we still have islands that refer back to the cran. They will be called cores. Which is the irish word. Suseya of the korean this particular pair that have appeared on this peat bog. I understand the peat bog. Had been re wetted or rehabilitated. By your company board. Dimona what is re wetted mean or. Damone are the irish company fats. Produce pates and we were to produce pete's for energy to be generated intellect and because in ireland. We didn't have many resources. Such as coal are even such as timber. We did have a lot of balls so we developed are back at the start of the aristide's obviously to to harvest. Pete you need to grant it. And now we're reversed process. It means that remaining paid stays in the ground and it's not leaking carbon into the atmosphere and it's fantastic for biodiversity under the appearance of the korean is just a great example of that. Have you seen these two cranes. I haven't seen these two. Cranes were being particularly cautious about you. Not trying to go down. Disturbed them too much. But i'm really looking forward to getting out on watching them. Seem boards like this in their natural habitat is. it's fantastic. Mark macquarie is the lead ecologist at board pneumonia. It's an energy company in ireland. That used to produce pete and now produces renewable energy. Thanks so much frank your car. You're listening to.

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"gaza" Discussed on PRI's The World

PRI's The World

01:42 min | 5 months ago

"gaza" Discussed on PRI's The World

"Today's big fix change is coming. Can we turn this around. We have no other option. What we do now will profoundly affect the knicks few years when the court ruling came down late last month ordering germany to revise its climate law. The government snapped into action. Johan floss bart state secretary at the environment ministry the ministry of environment so that this is a great opportunity to come up with a new legislation onto follow what the court asked us to do less than three weeks later. Germany's cabinet approved a new set of climate targets. A sixty five percent cut in emissions by twenty thirty and net zero emissions by two thousand forty five. That's one of the deepest emissions reduction targets in the world and it will require cuts across the board all the different sectors like the energy sectors industry sector traffic and transport agriculture housing all sectors. Have to floss. What the new plan means for coal an important power source for german. He told me there was already a plan. In place to phase out coal. The new targets will just speed that up. We would have to do the transformation towards renewable electricity faster than we expected to do. So specifically as we are going to phase out nuclear energy by the end of next year Which makes it even more ambitious to run economy like drone the one of the biggest economies of the word completely by renewable energy but in terms of cutting coal emissions. Will it be a reduction of jobs. How do you actually cut.

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"gaza" Discussed on PRI's The World

PRI's The World

07:49 min | 5 months ago

"gaza" Discussed on PRI's The World

"Halima condie in nairobi. Imagine having a handy guide to the united states as a new immigrant. One that tells you how to navigate this strange new place and one that also includes the sights and smells that you'd most miss from back home iranian american writer roy hawkins scripted. This out. Her book is called a beginner's guide to america for the immigrants and the curious. My colleague marco werman spoke with her hocken was at her home in connecticut. Here's marco so i gotta say some of the small details you've observed about the immigrant experience. I actually connect with myself. I notice for example. The bounty in this country when i returned from working in west africa for three years like just the variety and options of breakfast cereal in the supermarket aisle. So i'm wondering what are some of the things that still stop you in your tracks since you arrived in the us some thirty five years ago. What you just pointed out that you know we. Sometimes in america become unaware of diversity that exists not just in our media in our options of reading books publications but also you foods in supermarkets and aisles and aisles of cereal and biscuits and breakfast foods and you know it's easy to be turned off by all of it and say you know americans just have too much but what i try to do at have done in in the past couple of decades thinking through what america means to me is to kind of extract. What all that really means beyond variety. And what i've come to is that it's all about choice. America gives us choices. America enables us to look at what's available and make our own decisions for. That's the positive side. It's about choice I think so because alternatively if we didn't live in a democratic country and you know that was my life once we would not have the choice. The choice was would be imposed on us. You know the varieties would diminish greatly in the numbers and we would have it in some ways. It a bizarre way easier because we would not have the burden of considering a balancing and making a conscious decision of our own for which we will have to bear responsibility so for what it was like In one thousand nine hundred five when you emigrated you're much younger from iran and to now be in this place that was both perplexing and at the same time place that provided safety and Something new that i encounter with america is such a ubiquitous experience. No matter how long passes or has passed between my own arrival and others who have arrived more recently seem to share that experiencing common. I remember being completely disoriented as if my jet lag wasn't just a matter of time difference but was also a matter of continental difference emotional difference intellectual difference and i think i was walking around perfectly disoriented and dizzy for weeks weeks which is what Others who have arrived far more recently than i affirm and say that their experiences in the same. What about the flip side were. There are a couple of things in america where he said That makes total sense. Do you recall the first time. Maybe you had that experience completely. I recall being in the first year of college which came a few months after i had arrived. A boy asked me out and we we were on the beach walking and for a moment he put his hand on my shoulder and at first i panicked because i thought oh. We're going to get arrested because we're not migrate walking together and we're not related. But then i looked at him. And i looked at the beach. I realized that. I'm not where i used to be in america and and that was liberating. It was a wonderful new discovery about being out and about without anxiety. Speaking with poet and writer royal cocky and who writes about the immigrant experience in the us when you left iran in nineteen five The country is going through a lot of change. Do you ever compare the lives of your family. Members today in the us versus frenzy left behind. Iran i do and it's a painful reminder of what an accident are birds and our circumstances lead our lives to become that in other words i simply by being able to leave iran under completely accidental circumstances. Because you know had we applied for our exit visas a couple of months earlier or a couple of months later we may never have received them. You know the idea of this book came to me in two thousand sixteen. When trump gave some of his early speeches about his plans for immigration and one of the ideas in one of the speeches was we cannot accept or we should not accept immigrants. Who don't speak english or have no skills into this country. And i gasped hearing this because i thought oh my god had i been the royal. The person that i was this year trying to get into. I would not have gotten so Because i had neither english nor any skills. So i would have stayed. I would have been kept out of the country that now. I believe to be my home. So what i'm trying to say. Is that the injustice of it. All whether you know barred by circumstances inside on or far potentially by the decision of an american president My life could have been entirely a something different from what it is today. I want to mention also roy. A you're you're an activist. And i know you've taken an interest in the rise of vocal feminism in your native iran is specifically iran's kind of metoo moment So as he speak about what immigrants to the us Experience wondering what women especially might be seeing and learning from the movements in iran and the us right now. I hope what they're learning. Is that first and foremost. Feminism is not a local phenomenon that it is a destiny for all women everywhere around the globe that we are all as women as world citizens are in this fight together And there's a sisterhood. That binds us all together. And if we do not support us if we do not support each other and don't win our battles are struggles against gender inequality all of us at the end suffer writer and poet roya cocky and is the author of the book beginner's guide to america for the immigrant. And the curious. Roy a great meeting. You thank you for your time thank you. I enjoyed it. And here's where we say goodbye for the day but we're always online at the world's dot org the world comes to you from the non and bill harris studio in boston. I'm carol hills back with you again tomorrow..

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"gaza" Discussed on PRI's The World

PRI's The World

09:04 min | 5 months ago

"gaza" Discussed on PRI's The World

"I'm carol hills. This is the world where a co production of gbh boston and pr x. The top story of the day is the ongoing conflict in israel and gaza. We wanted to zero in on gaza for a few minutes. It's a narrow coastal strip sandwiched between israel and egypt a small enclave packed with some two million people. Israeli air strikes are targeting hamas militants there but because gaza is so densely populated. Ordinary civilians are paying the price. Fresh water is in short supply. Sewage systems have been decimated sending wastewater into the streets and people are scrambling to find shelter and basic necessities. Matias schmila directs the united nations relief and works agency for palestinian refugees in gaza. He joins us from gaza city. Matias what has today been like for you and those you work with for me this like war since a few days want i mean by that is there is a constant firing of rockets from here followed by severe retaliatory strikes. People are terrified at least once an hour. Every second hour there is military confrontation that affects concentration. And what we do. That's one bit and we own nra are increasingly dealing with people who have fled their homes of here. Renou have forty eight thousand people in fifty eight of two hundred seventy eight schools looking for safety. The blue flag of the united for them means of safe place than at home. So we're dealing with you know the fear in that way then. Of course there's injuries. I was informed an hour goal. That one of our health workers but very badly injured on his way home from one of our health centers. He was just in the wrong place at the wrong time and is now in the icu. In hospitals injuries off. Help us get a sense of the scale of the humanitarian disaster. There i mean what sort of infrastructure for ordinary citizens existed two weeks ago. That is simply no longer there. We've had several primary healthcare centres level to the ground to including one of s. And that's my sounds on frontier doctorswithoutborders s. Exactly we've had the central laboratory conducting the covid nineteen tests directly hit. Well i don't know if it was directly it but it's out of action now. There's no testing capacity. Another impact is the thousands of people in our schools huddling together often in very confined spaces so one of our big worries. Is that our schools will become now centers for spreading the covid nineteen virus now shops up beginning to have empty shelves so increasing. The i think able getting worried about. Will there be enough food. Will there be enough. Electricity fuels of lies are going down. The central power plant depends on fuel so fuel averages per day down to six or eight hours from ten to twelve before the war and going down i understand. We'll be out of fuel in a few days wa- trays problem and that has to do with the damaged infrastructure. Also these other nations plants and connecting pipes sense on being destroyed our humanitarian corridors open and his aide getting into gaza in contrast to the twenty fourteen war on the borders have been completely shut although with one small modification. We apparently did get some fuel today. Five fuel trucks so that was the first time in eight nine days that the border was open for us but then they immediately closed that again. We were supposed to bring some food trucks in as well but we were then told it was getting too dangerous so we are into a second week with this face completely. Shut off from the rest of the world. We've also not had florida's to move people in and out and maybe as importantly with in gaza this constant fighting and their soul be no agreed periods where we can move more freely so where is humanitarian relief coming from seoul far and i believe it's the same for others here but rise the biggest player in gaza. We are having to rely on what we had brought in before. The war started the big sorts. Have these for these fifty eight schools that have turned into emergency shelters. If the border doesn't open there will be a shortage of water there and of course the longer it takes. We estimate that later this week by thursday friday people will need food. What is morale like the state of mind among ordinary civilians in gaza. Really i think people are afraid wandering. Where's the next bomb gonna come from. I think frustration two three weeks ago. There was actually a bit of a period of optimism related to the palestinian elections in a very high number of people who can vote registered over ninety percent of the population that can vote be registered menu of them. Young people source time voter. So there was a sense of maybe. This is the beginning of a new political process that went down the drain and now we are in the middle of a war and many parents often me about their main warriors. That children so first of all. How do you explain this constant loud noise. i'll explain buildings in your neighborhood collapsing. No people dying. And how do you explain what the future will bring. So i think it's the combination of fear of warri about the future that is really bombing People's mood martinez. Schmila directs unra the united nations relief and works agency for palestinian refugees. He's been speaking to us from gaza. Thank you thank you. Very much for this overturning. Some argue that washington has clearly picked a side in the ongoing battle in the middle east. The us sends israel roughly three point three billion dollars. Annually in foreign military financing the biden administration recently approved the sale of seven hundred. Thirty five million dollars worth of weapons israel. The proposed sale was announced before the current hostilities and is still pending zaghawa. Hudson has been examining the transfers of american weapons to israel. She's with the carnegie endowment for international peace and she joins us now zaha three point three billion dollars a year. That's a big number. Put that in context. How much military financing does the. Us provide to other countries in the region. So with respect to foreign military financing israel is receiving about fifty two percent of all foreign military financing and that's more than all other countries combined that are receiving that assistance and another thing that's very exceptional about the security assistance that israel gets is that it also gets a percentage that it can use for purchases within its own country. No other foreign government is allowed to purchase from outside the us but israel's allowed to do that so that it can develop its own capabilities today. Israel has become a leading exporter of weapons making around nine billion dollars a year. Now i wanna talk about the so-called lahey amendments those laws meant to stop the us from giving military help to countries that violate human rights. How is that law applied to weapons sales to israel so actually believe he laws call for a couple of things. I it calls for vetting of military units receiving us security assistance and it calls for cutting off assistance to police and military units that are receiving us security assistance if they're using it to violate human rights with israel. The problem with applying the leahey laws is that it's very difficult to trace security assistance that the us has given israel. Israel gets grants and a portion of it is cash and cashes fungible therefore. It's difficult to track and trace so if a person who's aggrieved by a human rights abuse from israel tries to complain about a violation of the law. It's incredibly difficult to to prove why is set up that way in the first place. That's a great question. And that's the reason why Betty mccollum representative betty mccollum and nineteen other members of congress are calling for requiring the state department to do better reporting on the use of security assistance by particular israeli military units and police. Israel is a tiny country has a population of around nine million democrecy and a key regional ally. It's surrounded by historical enemies that have long wanted to destroy the nation. The arab world has more than four hundred million people. Why shouldn't the us help it's la. I'm not saying that the us shouldn't provide assistance to its allies. But i will say that the us should be better at.

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"gaza" Discussed on PRI's The World

PRI's The World

03:53 min | 5 months ago

"gaza" Discussed on PRI's The World

"Border auditor. But says he wanted to ask you a father. Do my case you need to make decisions now. Then this sunday louis got good news. He was told go back to the border. Immigration will let you win. You can fight for silom from within the us muscular yang. We're good now and can only say thank you. Louis says now speaking from a home in texas he and his daughter are staying temporarily with felicia. Ron hilsum naro. Who runs the nonprofit. She met lewis in reynosa until the lawyer about a situation. That helped unlock the door to the us ron hill. Something arrow says luiz. Got lucky she worries about all the others in reynosa who go unseen. I think that it's awful. It's awful that you have to be lucky enough to run into two. Americans myself predictor victor cavazos who she works with. Where do the odds that you're gonna get to run into one of us. It's a longshot. Another long-shot landing on an informal list compiled daily by humanitarian workers at the border. It's a list of asylum seekers that finds its way to us immigration officials and can open the door for a few more legal. Earn is an ecu lawyer who helps distribute that list every night. He says it's no substitute for a lawsuit. Daisy l. u. has filed against the biden administration to end title forty two altogether. We are troubled to say the least that the biden administration has chosen to keep a trump administration policy that was always a sham was never justified by public health. The department of homeland security didn't grant an interview. A spokesperson did say officials are working to identify migrants who warrant eight humanitarian exception to forty two meaning people who are particularly vulnerable but some humanitarian workers aren't clear about who falls into that category tracy. Ron is a catholic nun with the keno border initiative. It helps migrants in nogales. Mexico across arizona is really any all It's a really unjust way of doing things. And it also puts the burden of deciding who gets access on ngos which is really not our role. I spoke by phone with one family from honduras who came to sister around for help. It's a mom dad. And their twelve year old son. They'd been held for ransom by a gang in a room for hours. The mother was sexually assaulted the father. Juan carlos closed his eyes while recalling what happened so the more than a threat remember airport. Okay bully claiming that violence is why when left andres one carlos said he was a truck driver back home. He says his boss was murdered for not paying extortion. Fi mahoney me. I love my country because you didn't want to be killed next. He says sister ren says she'd helped them perhaps getting them on that short list of asylum-seekers that goes to immigration officials. But she worries about who is left behind. Number is is very small compared to the number of people who are are seeking asylum other migrants with similar stories who shall never meet for the world. I'm monica campbell with so much division around the globe. It's refreshing when people come together. The late afrobeat drummer. Tony allen said is yours. You play mine. The music never ends even a year after his death. You could say tony allen still collaborating his posthumous album..

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"gaza" Discussed on PRI's The World

PRI's The World

03:19 min | 5 months ago

"gaza" Discussed on PRI's The World

"The mythical beast lust ridge a demon his head in his hands sticking his tongue out as he gazes over paris last three years and the only so-called guardian daemon at notre dom plenty of cargo. Mosser's anyone could love available. President biden faces a big test at the us. Mexico border whether to keep a trump era scheme that lets us officials turn away most migrants and asylum-seekers because of the pandemic when they're turned away they're stuck in mexico and often face dangerous conditions. One man from honduras recently. Put it this way. They are the bosses at the border says they drug cartels. The world's monica campbell has been following the story and reports on efforts to get some families to safety one note for their security were only including the first names of some of the people. Monica spoke with day by day. Felicia ron hell. Someone is seeing more migrants arrived to reynosa a city in mexico just across from south texas. Once you cross the bridge into reynosa an if you look immediately over to your left your greenwich Hundreds of people a video. She shared shows people in tents in a main square or crammed in a gazebo. Olam families babies moms dads cram from foot to head to head run. Something are runs. A nonprofit called the sidewalk school for children asylum seekers last year the trump administration largely blocked migrants from entering the us using a cdc order called title forty. Two president biden is keeping it in place. Since last april u. s. officials have turned back migrants more than seven hundred thousand times. People like luis and his nine year old daughter. Bad look turn back so fast. He said within an hour and a half back in reynosa date managed to get a tiny room and barely left it. Oh mojo throws attic was toronto's for almost for scared to leave the room. He said he'd already been beaten once by cartel members. That's common the state department calls. Ray nossa one of the world's most dangerous places just last weekend. A cartel reportedly kidnapped seventeen migrants demanding two thousand dollars each likely from relatives in the us at the border lewis. Thought he'd be able to request asylum but us officials didn't ask anything about why they'd left hunters about the violence. They're the hurricanes or why his daughter struggles to walk because of spina bifida under title forty two officials don't have to ask these questions over a video call. I notice a pile of ziplock bags in their room. Lewis picks them up to show me as though is toys. Bag has medicine. Another catheter tubes aldo. His daughter needs surgery. Louis says while we talked she rested on a mattress on the floor. Lewis wishes he could have said more to the us official at the.

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"gaza" Discussed on PRI's The World

PRI's The World

02:46 min | 5 months ago

"gaza" Discussed on PRI's The World

"Steps confidently jad would stumble and quickly fall down but in syria. He couldn't get the medical help he needed her on a hassle. Free as hazardous so and chevrolet demaree ways to jot to see doctors in turkey and they diagnosed him with cerebral palsy. There was caused by lack of oxygen at birth and it was preventable desert. The healthcare system in syria has been severely impacted by conflict about one in three. Hospitals are not functioning. According to the international rescue committee and seventy percent of the healthcare workers have fled the country. That means doctors. Who are still working in. Syria must deal with scenarios. They're not trained for who don't have a single issue doctor in it lived. We don't have a single is doctor. there is no. is you specialist in full. Stop dr sharjil. Islam has been posting videos like this online in. This one is explaining what happened with the newborn who had complications on on my phone frantically. Who do i message who to call. Someone is to help me discharges in hall. Stop like two times in the icu. Doing resuscitation ventilator. Okay oh my god how do i say the ventilator for new this case the baby didn't make it. The situation is especially bad in its last port of syria controlled by rebel groups. The population there has swelled to three million people displaced by fighting in other parts of the country. There is only one official border crossing where humanitarian aid can get in and hospitals come under frequent attack even as recently as march according to the un. I need five year old dad and his father. Hamadan ways the rehab center in southern turkey. The here to get dad fitted for new authentic neckbraces that sits on the bed. His legs dangling on the side specialist take measurements his legs. They didn't start to cover them in plaster. The plan is to make a temporary cast which think can be used to make the braces jack but being a five year old. Dad doesn't want to sit still his that tries to intervene. I insists. He doesn't know his name. He seems frustrated because he wants to play but soon it will take several more sessions like this one for jet to get fitted with braces..

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"gaza" Discussed on PRI's The World

PRI's The World

07:22 min | 5 months ago

"gaza" Discussed on PRI's The World

"Marco werman. You're with the world where co production of gbh boston npr x. Returning to our top story today. The escalating violence in israel and gaza as rocket fire and air strikes continue. We wanted to find out how washington fits into this and where the biden administration currently stands on the matter. I'm joined now by aaron. David miller former state department middle east negotiator and advisor to republican and democratic administrations is now a senior fellow at the carnegie endowment for international peace. So what we heard so far from the biden white house in the past couple of days. The big news is sending deputy assistant secretary state howdy. I'm are very capable and competent fellow to israel for discussions with the israelis and palestinians. I think it represents the response to building pressure on the administration that somehow they've been lax are unwilling or perhaps even unable to engage on this issue and to launch some sort of diplomatic intervention. That would alter the trajectory the arc this conflict i think however the risk aversion not risk readiness will likely be the order of the day that gives them a very narrow bandwidth. You don't sound terribly hopeful about what washington envoy can do i mean. Is there even a trajectory to peace. That a non can engage in right now. No despite efforts on the part of the israelis and thomas in the last five or six years to negotiate sort of long-term interim agreement the notion. That somehow benjamin netanyahu fighting for his political life and mahmoud abbas who is in the sixteen th year of a four year term and was just cancelled palestinian elections which is fundamentally eroded his credibility. The these two could negotiate an interim agreement let alone conflict any agreement. I think are slimmed on. That's the tragedy here so secretary. Antony blinken spoke with the prime minister. Netanyahu today and blinken said israel has a right to defend itself and palestinians also need to live in security. I mean the state department is calling for de-escalation but what specific influence are leveraged as washington. Actually have well. They have plenty of leverage assuming they were prepared to use it the administration. Preoccupation with beating covid with restoring the economy with ending the polarization along racial and political lines. It now existence country is going to mean that they're gonna pick their foreign policy spots very very carefully and they're going to husband the president's political currency in a very disciplined manner and anything about involving israel particularly when it comes to israeli security is going to mean that the administration is going to be very generous with providing israel with support and a margin which will allow the israelis to continue. What they're doing. The notion howdy. I'm are the void would go to jerusalem until the israelis to stand down is virtually not a statement he would making this political universe. Israel's legitimate right to defend itself as the israelis claim proportionally although sometimes that is clearly not the case but had this conflict been focused just on jerusalem that might have opened up an opportunity for the administration to deliver a tougher center messages once it morph to hamas and israel wants. The rockets started to fall once been green. Airport was closed and as were sleeping in their shelters. The onset any administration democrat or republican. I worked for a half dozen. Would deliver a message this early in the conflict to tell the israelis to stop or stand down. And if they were to deliver such a mess. Marco would not come from audemer. It would come from the secretary of state or likely joe biden but that message is not going to be delivered yet so what. You were writing on twitter. Aaron david miller that the biden administration has low balled and deprioritize. The israeli palestinian issue is it. Because he's just got too much on his plate domestically. I think it's that plus the reality and i don't want to trivialize. 'cause people are dying in this conflict is entrenched volatile in truly tragic. It is simply not ready for prime time. You need leaders on each side. Who are masters of their political houses. Not prisoners of their politics or their constituencies. You need a sense of ownership in which israel and palestinians urged not by the international community united states but by their own self interests sadat begging are fun rabin king hussein and you need an administration that has the will and the skill to take advantage of that kind of leadership in that kind of ownership in order to produce effective mediation. All three of those factors which are indispensable to create a sustain credible political process leading solution are simply missing in action. Aaron david miller senior fellow the carnegie endowment for international peace and a former state department middle east negotiator and advisor to republican and democratic administrations. Aaron david miller. Thank you very much marco. Thank you in the decade long war in syria death injury and displacement been sad and constant parts of life there are also the less talked about consequences of war like the near total destruction serious healthcare system. The world's sharon jafari brings us a story of a five year old syrian boy. Who's paid the price. Today's mohammed waste twins were born was one of the best days of his life. Dad and his brother had came to this world in the midst of syria's war and chaos but for the are always family. This was a moment of joy. I covered the hurry event. Maternity hospital waste tells me through a translator. The hospital was in an area called coffer. Tahari in italy province in northwestern syria when doctors delivered his sons always says there was a problem. Long dozen did sufficient the way always describes it. One of the babies jad needed oxygen but the hospital didn't have the right equipment. He wasn't allowed in the delivery room. He says but doctors later told him that his son needed at least one week of extra care at the hospital but this was not knowing situation. We'll do a who- whole palo alto. Doctors told aways that. The neighborhood near the hospital had been bombed in recent days and that it was not safe for him and his family to stay there. They told him. Take your wife and babies and leave immediately by publio mean hospital. They went who and as the years went on basis. It became clear that jad could not walk. While his twin brother took steps confidently jad would stumble and quickly fall down but in syria. He couldn't get the medical help he needed her.

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"gaza" Discussed on The Last American Vagabond

The Last American Vagabond

10:31 min | 1 year ago

"gaza" Discussed on The Last American Vagabond

"Thank you for joining. Today I've got a jammed packed. Show for you. It's going to be a long one. We're going to talk about all kinds of things going on today. Some of which are probably going to compound my problems. I'm having which is why wasn't able to do a show last couple of days. We'll get to that. We're GONNA talk about Israel bombing Gaza again based on some interesting developments. And I do have some actual footage of rockets and I'll explain why and as well as the fact that maybe the exact opposite I should say as well as evidence seemingly of the Iron Dome shooting it. Nothing we'll talk about that but then the interesting point is again at the same time they're bombing Syria. This time. Nobody even seems to care. And even on the independent media to point this out. It's really frustrating to see this. Continue where they're just illegally bombing. Whoever they want no one seems to care. We'll cover the bulldozer incident with the dead body of someone. It's just it's horrifying stuff going on in Israel right now that no one seems to want to talk about. We're going to talk about what I would call the big topic of today again. Some really fantastic work coming from Spiro and another great interview with with Dr Francis Boyle never the one who drafted the United States Bioweapons Act. And we're to get into what he talked about. And some really powerful stuff. Basically multiple studies are now showing you that the corona virus is a bio weapon. And of course my video is still censored from that. First Time guest that that'll never come back now. We're also GONNA talk about. Iran's elections in the tie in with the corona virus and how that really worked out and what that would mean if this was a bio weapon assange of course in his kangaroo court that we're GonNa talk about it a little bit today and what's going on there and how the entire thing not just the extradition the potential trial but the hearing and everything and the fact that he's still even in custody right now is against the Law Nils. Melzer the UN repertoire on torture will tell you that and I'll play a video for you. I mean this is everyone including the international body that they'll point to win they want to use it is telling you right now the US and the UK are outrageously breaking law. Doesn't that why would we trust them on everything else or believe that? They're not breaking at other places. I mean this logic here. People we're GONNA talk about Syria and Turkey again. How the lies? Continue to fall apart right in front of us. It is continually liberated which is why they aggressively opposed. Its liberation because their lives will come out once. This area becomes liberated as we've shown so many times in the past and of course. I will finish today with an in depth discussion about Youtube censorship as it pertains to the last American vagabond and of course as well as papal censorship in regard to the word Iran just being mentioned now again. Ask Yourself in regard to this topic of paper Towel and censorship in regard to the word Ron being used understand. This is all due to US sanctions right so sanctions were told or meant to attack. Bad governments right. So how in any way shape or form does that type of action effect the government? It doesn't spoiler alert. It affects the people in average people including Romanians including Americans discussing the word. We'll get to all of this today but for for those of you who I would say seem to be naturally bothered when any of us on Youtube. Choose to share the very real plight of Youtube Censorship. That's really not being addressed for those. I will discuss this at the end of the show today but this is why there was no show on Saturday. For the most part I was under attack and I wanted to personally fully understand how and to what degree before I chose to speak on it but personally to have a multi account attack on the same day. Hard not to get the message yet. Their message didn't scare me and I'm GonNa continue over the top with everything we're going to get into today but there was the censored video. We'll talk about on Youtube for me. I got a strike and everything and the same day my paypal account was frozen for seemingly the same topics. None of this scared me away as I'm sure you can tell as you can see from the topics today. I will never and have never shied away from covering what I see as the most important information even as they're right now warning me to be quiet. No sorry. I'm not breaking any law. I'm not even violating any youtube community guidelines will make clear later in the show so I will not be silenced by these political tyrants if they choose to remove me is I feel coming at this point for not doing what. I'm told. Well that only proves my point but I will show you in detail today. Why the video removed on the strike given. We're very clearly broke no rules but let's start today with Israel illegally bombing two nations on the same day one of them being Palestine which is actually the nation there. But that's a whole nother discussion which will probably dive into at some point anyway but again on the same day for. Nope the tenth time. The Hundredth Time. This has continued to happen very frustrating. But it's something that you're very familiar with. Here's a tweet to start off from Robert in the cash breaking six injured from Israel's air strike against Gaza tonight as Israel launched three waves of airstrikes against Damascus Syria simultaneous attacks on Gaza. The most civlian densely densely civilian populated area in the world. All of which are not allowed to leave why. That's okay. It's beyond me and of course just bombing Syria for no justification whatsoever. Not even faking rocket or pretending. They're just firing on Syria. Why because we said we don't like Iran but that's not legitimate as you all should know doesn't matter because Israel got the protection of the US empire so it doesn't matter they're just continuing to bomb Syria for no reason. Israel also killed a Palestinian in Gaza. This morning how long will it be until they're held accountable? The answer's probably never unless we change something of the way things are operating today and again. I was hasn't shout this out the other day only because it's kind of been going back and forth but I did get a response from Robert in the cash is on you know. He's doing this right now but he did. Confide confirm that we are going to set up an interview after once. He's done what he's doing at the moment so that'll be good to get him on the talk about everything else that's going on. Because he's right in the mix there was an actual video where he was covering some shooting on right along the border fence in West Bank and kind of just shut off abruptly and people were concerned for his. Apm glad to see that he's okay now. This is ongoing understand. Now we're going to get into actual you know the full story around Israel and the attack and what actually started it which was arbitrary killing of Palestinians. Of course they always leave that part of the story out but I wanted to show you off the bat that this is all happening simultaneously bombing killing everywhere. Imagine if this was just a just exchange the headline with Ron six injured from Iran's airstrike against anybody right think about that would be everywhere all the time that would never be there were no there is no manipulation of the contexts that would change that from being outrage around the world. You couldn't arguable. They were attacked her. There was a bombing or they were terrorists it wouldn't matter the US and Israel and everybody else would use it the way that they do everything to throw it. Iran and if it happens against Israel and this way it doesn't matter. I just always tried to point out the obvious obvious hypocrisy. Now before we move on just you can see it. The you can hear it at brother. Oh maybe not as seems pretty low but you can hear the bombs in the background in Damascus. This was coming out during this. You know the same period of Gaza and of course Gaza's being discussed as Israel under attack by the entirety of the mainstream media. No one seemed to care other than people that were tagging me and saying. Hey this is happening talking about it. It's classic horrifying truly horrifying again to realize that. Syria is constantly being bombed illegally. I mean just. I guess it shouldn't even matter since Turkey at this point is completely invading so as every other country involved but it's e- it's increasingly frustrating to seek someone like Israel bombed the country with no just I mean even at least at the very least United States and other countries have their fake ridiculous flimsy justification which doesn't make it any better but at least they realized they have to pretend right. Oh well we're doing this to fight terrorism or because of this because we're best saw bad guy. Israel's to saying well we don't like around so we're just going to kill Syrians and Iranians it just however it works out every single time. They killed Syrians. Just like I showed last time. Syrian people doesn't matter. I don't I can't even wrap my mind around how that's even the same thing other than to point out that the people that are backing Israel don't care one way or the other whether people die the only way that makes sense because it's not pretend like they don't see this happening you don't get to say oh we'll run there. So although Syrian innocent lives. Just don't matter right. That's the argument. They leave that last part out very frustrating. But let's get onto the Israel part because the story started now. I don't even understand what the tie in is necessarily other than the larger agenda for. Why Syria's bombed at the same time other than probably. There's just easy for them. Maybe more than that doesn't really matter. It's all legal. Tall war-crimes doesn't change the fact. But here's how this actually started because what we're giving for. The mainstream has always as well Gaza fired rockets and they're bombing and killing. You know always. The story in Israel is defending itself. While of course they leave this part out. Israeli forces shoot dead two Palestinians near the Gaza fence. Now it says Israel forces have shot dead two Palestinians along the fence separating. The besieged Gaza Strip from the occupied territories occupied Palestine and injured several others who rushed to confront and armed bulldozer. Really military claimed that the two Palestinians. Of course we're planting an improvised explosive device along the fence. Of course there's no evidence of any kind. That's the case other than a picture of them by the fence. Which I've seen and I researched in depth today. They're only picture is up two Palestinians by offense of course they claim they're doing something nefarious. We see Palestinians by fences every damn day all damn day throughout this entire ongoing protests. So for them to show a picture of Palestinians by offense shouldn't mean anything other than that they were by offense. Not suggesting that they didn't it's I don't know one way or the other they could have also planted a bomb but understand coming from a government that has in fact absolutely lied about things like this proven so been caught doing so. We should not take their word at face value. I would think that's readily apparent. Same thing with the US government. But I have to say every damn time but we have to pat people by offense. They were killed now. People are outraged. I would argue. Because they weren't people planting bombs nonetheless. People got upset rightly so you just shot two Palestinians so then run and started throwing rocks at the bulldozer. They fired back right. How dare you threw rocks after we murder your friends right so that this is a aggression ongoing aggression?.

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"gaza" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:51 min | 1 year ago

"gaza" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"After Israeli troops shot them at the Gaza border protests was it that I would look for the end of a dish known people the other theater the protest stop and I'm against that there were a lot of sacrifices what did we get in return why did they stop the protest I want to understand why what solution delivering the improvements in Gaza can be reversed in an instant it heavy violence starts up again but if Israel continues to relax restrictions more Gazans will feel the impact Hamas will gain to says does a political science professor McRae Mar Abu saada if there's going to be at the end it will be good for her master that the daily life conditions will improve the the difficulties the two million Palestinians are facing in Gaza will improve and that will ease the internal pressure against Hamas let me remind you that in Marshall twenty nineteen the Palestinians in Gaza revolted against harass under the slogan we want to live some Israelis are criticizing the overtures to Gaza centrist Benny guns who's running against prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu says Netanyahu's policy is rewarding terrorists some Israelis say Hamas should first return to Israeli captives and the bodies of two Israeli soldiers cabinet minister you off garland defends the policy on Israeli TV show me the mail can deal with the culture my facility on the sheet this is a clear eyed policy to allow us to calm things down and bring quiet this is not a wide arrangement when we get there we'll have demands like a prisoner swap whatever you wanna call this indirect agreement it's very different from Israel's long time policy to isolate Hamas and break its hold on Gaza instead Hamas and average Gazans are getting some relief Daniel Estrin.

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"gaza" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:44 min | 1 year ago

"gaza" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Who had a leg amputated after Israeli troops shot them at the Gaza border protests was it that I would look for the end of the age the only people who are the key to the protest stopped and I'm against that there are a lot of sacrifices what did we get in return why did they stop the protest I want to understand why what solution delivering the improvements in Gaza can be reversed in an instant it heavy violence starts up again but if Israel continues to relax restrictions more Gazans will feel the impact Hamas will gain to says does a political science professor moe claim are Abu saada if there's going to be a dealer will be good for how mass dat the daily life conditions will improve the the difficulties the two million Palestinians are facing in Gaza will improve and that will ease the entertainment pressure against Hamas looked me remind you that in Marshall twenty nineteen the Palestinians in Gaza revolted against harass under the slogan we want to live some Israelis are criticizing the overtures to Gaza centrist Benny guns who's running against prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu says Netanyahu's policy is rewarding terrorists some Israelis say Hamas should first return to Israeli captives and the bodies of two Israeli soldiers cabinet minister you off garland defends the policy on Israeli TV some in the mail can deal with the culture my facility on the sheet this is a clear eyed policy to allow us to calm things down and bring quiet this is not a wide arrangement when we get there we'll have demands like a prisoner swap whatever you wanna call this indirect agreement it's very different from Israel's long time policy to isolate Hamas and break its hold on Gaza instead Hamas and average Gazans are getting some relief Daniel Estrin NPR news got this is NPR news you're listening to morning edition on KQED public radio coming up on the next segment of of morning edition fertility treatment is a multi billion dollar industry the process is tricky to navigate AS one Indianapolis woman with a complicated past found out we'll hear from her and more on that subject coming up in about two minutes from now this morning on forum during the nine o'clock hour Republican political strategist Rick Wilson has spent his career working to defeat Democrats in elections across the country now the self described old school conservative says he has the formula for a successful democratic campaign against president trump he joins the show to talk about his new book running against the devil and at ten o'clock we'll hear from bay area civil rights leader eva Paterson she joins form to talk about her twenty twenty priorities and the latest work of the equal justice society of which she is president forum from nine to eleven this morning here on KQED public radio rates now twenty minutes past three I'm Jeremy Hobson Kansas lawmakers reached a bipartisan deal to approve Medicaid expansion and democratic governor Laura Kelly tells us other red states that one Medicaid could look to the Kansas model it is simple it is clean it's about is inexpensive and production contains a conversation with the governor of Kansas next time on here now here and now at eleven o'clock this morning here on KQED then at noon which country focused on the opioid epidemic math and cocaine overdose is have been spiking we've seen this over and over in American history that an opioid epidemic is then followed by an epidemic of stimulus tackling the next chapter of the overdose crisis in.

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"gaza" Discussed on The Last American Vagabond

The Last American Vagabond

13:36 min | 2 years ago

"gaza" Discussed on The Last American Vagabond

"Night when Israel is claiming it was carried out by Hamas is operatives in contrast of course to the hundreds of rockets fired over the week by Islamic Jihad which ultimately makes little difference as. They're very very clear that regardless of WHO's actually behind a given attack they will bomb the most densely populated civilian area in the world every single time no investigation no due process zest simply reflexive collective punishment. They've openly said this and to make my point. Security officials are openly saying that they are of the opinion. The rocket launched were not even ordered by Hamas leadership. They were instead the work of loan. Maas operative. This is what we're hearing today so in the midst of this discussion that they're openly saying well of course we're going to hold all of Gaza accountable for anything that ever happens here. Even as we're openly saying we can we also think. I think that it was just a lone person not associated with any kind of large operation. But that doesn't change the fact that we're going to still punish everyone in Gaza. You see you see what this is because that's exactly what happened at even as they will say a wilt as long as Ya not moss. We'll still bomb US locations which ended up killing civilians almost every time. Now the Israeli Defense Forces simply said what they always say direct quote Hamas is responsible for what is carried out in the Gaza Strip and will bear consequences for it now. I've made it analogy energy in the past before and I won't repeat it again but the simple idea. This is like the United States bombing of a group within its own country that somehow has associated associated with a collective population within a smaller area. Just because they say well that group is responsible because those people support them. We're going to bomb our own area because we arbitrarily early said you're responsible no matter what happens understand when they say this is responsible for what is carried out and will bear the consequences period so that means if they actually tomorrow said let's go route and use Massad to carry out an attack and blame it on somebody even knowing that they would still say. Well we're going to blame. Go Moss because it happened in the Gaza Strip now. I know you think that's ridiculous but but this is what they're saying. I shouldn't say you some people might think that's ridiculous. But of course when they say also Hamas right will bear the consequences. They obviously mean Gaza at-large which is the ultimate point for those that may not understand or be aware collective punishment is war crime as I hit my microphone. Collective punishment Richmond is war crime and acknowledged for war crimes. That no one that no one disagrees with they. Don't sit in your trying to pretend that what they're doing is not collective punishment they just don't discuss it if anybody was to ultimately bring up the definition of collective punishment which is very obvious. It's exactly what's happening and that's why no one talks about it. That's why the media will never ever get into that discussion and say well. Could this be the case. Nope not even going to have it because they don't even want you considering that they want you thinking well they're defending themselves all all of Gaza's terrorists the most ridiculously juvenile simplistic narrative. Because it's easy for small minds to wrap their heads around but this is the reality is that it's never that black and white right. There are plenty of civilians and children in fact largely children but again when they say Hamas will bear the consequences they mean everybody in this densely civilian populated deleted area and they are willing to carry out this acknowledged war crime of collective punishment even as they are admitting that even they think it was a loan act really think about that they will still they will kill innocent people anyway. Because didn't you hear. They already said they were defending themselves else. Even though they admitted to starting this and they told us no matter what they're going to bomb Gaza because they said Hamas in charge in a location that Israel controls in the civilians are Donald. Believe from. But you're in charge when they need them to be. The strikes came hours after. Two rockets were reportedly intercepted over occupied Palestine. Now he's really warplanes then hit an outpost. They claimed belonged to Hamas in the northern Gaza Strip. And then I guess just for good measure and completely separate in not connected at all a naval police compound in Gaza on Saturday because that all makes sense right Jihad they are rather Hamas loan operatives tips. They say they knew weren't connected to Moss. Operations launched an attack. They then attacked. Come off even though we know as they said it wasn't connected and then just bomb naval police police compound. Because that'll lines up right. Maybe just maybe it's because they also had that mind to bomb that naval compound and entirely separate deal entirely separate reasoning joining and just said well. Let's just use the excuse to carry out our tax. That would otherwise be unprovoked. I mean it's just ridiculous to see these things continue to happen that they can openly. Okay we know it was one person and they have bombed completely separate locations and everyone just goes. Yeah Palestine bad guy or excuse me Gaza bad guy. 'cause Palestine doesn't exist according to their ridiculous propaganda sirens sounded in the middle of the night in the area and the largest city in occupied Palestine. Some thirty five kilometers from the Gaza fence warning warning of incoming fire and of course they just have to constantly fear you know breathless reporting about how people were scared and they ran to bomb shelters and their nights were not com- common. You'd like to usually no of course we talk about this because we won't talk about the thirty four people that got killed on the other side mostly civilians but that doesn't even get restlessly pointed to know it's only about how some people have anxiety over here talk about a one sided story now. Israel's emergency service said it was treating reading five people for anxiety and for others who were injured by while running to shelters so they were running and tripped and skin their knee. And this is what they're reporting on this after for over thirty people thirty four possibly forty something depending on who you listen to were just killed. Due to Israeli tax on the most civilian densely populated area in the world. Gaza medical officials have said themselves that over thirty Palestinians had been killed in the Latin. Just these first days of bombings more than half of them civilians and as I as we talked about eight members of the same family including five children were killed in an airstrike Wednesday night. These really military has actually now said after after the investigation that they just assess that the that the building was empty because that somehow make sense according to their backward logic that oh because we thought the building was empty. That's why we wasted money and time and expensive equipment to explode an empty building because that's literally what they're saying so they assessed. It was empty and and then bombed it for what purpose especially understanding this for the Tin Shack and had no no connection to the other things. They claim they were talking about on their in there sophisticated investigation. They claim that they've carried out and now they just say Oh. Yeah we was empty we thought anyway and I love how they act like. There was some kind of investigation anyway right and in less than twenty four hours later they say oh well we thought it was empty case closed and union. You need an investigation to find that Out didn't couldn't you just ask the person involved ten seconds later while here's our answer. No they're going to pretend like they had some kind of half hearted investigation. We all saw what happened. They killed innocent people people. The right response would be disabled worse. You know honestly act like you were sorry. The most politicians do pretend like we made a mistake. This this wasn't intentional or sorry. We hope we hold ourselves accountable. nope not in Israel's world. We hold ourselves accountable. Even when we commit a crime we just say oh well we thought it was empty. Whoops oh well let's all move forward? I mean this is unbelievable. This was really all about just sidestepping the actual the accountability for they're open policy of collective punishment. which is what it is by by just simply saying oops arm steak and because the US or the you or no one seems willing to hold them accountable? No one's going to be held accountable for the killing of this entire family. Even if it was a mistake mind you still. No one's even GonNa get a slap on the wrist. Don't forget as I said. In the beginning all of this started with the extrajudicial assassination of a top commander from Islamic Jihad in the only democracy in the Middle East right with no court rulings no due process no rights of any kind. Because we're we're just told that he was is a bad guy. We're told by parties with obvious stake in all of this parties. That have repeatedly lied about exactly this type of situation but just trust them right. Why would they lie again? Speaking of lying look who seems to be wildly benefiting from the recent Gaza tax. You know him you probably hate him. NETANYAHU GAZA TAX WIDENED GAP BETWEEN ISRAEL'S ARAB PARTIES. Ganz coalition talks. Now this is just a follow up to what I recently talked about that. This is obviously benefitting Netanyahu. No he has not won the he hasn't been able to gather an effective coalition yet. Doesn't seem like it's going to happen but it looks like this is now gaining points for him here. Basically the bottom line of the story as I reported on before was that there were many people that were wildly suspicious that this was in your was ploy. The whole point was the joint list which you know Minority Arab group that would ultimately intimately be working with dance to create the coalition. And they've Ahmed Tibi actually who who spoke out saying that all the all the if if some kind of an operation happened in Gaza will it would destroy any chances of this Arab coalition with dance and then Suddenly the very next day. And this is Netanyahu's the one that retweeted this by the way then the next day suddenly we see this big thing happened. And then what happens exactly what to be said exactly the benefits Netanyahu and as you can see now as your article. I'm showing you Gaza. ATTACKS WIDENED GAP BETWEEN ISRAEL'S ARAB PARTIES AND DANCING coalition talks which only benefits Netanyahu. At least as far as I can see now. The article reads the possibility of the Arab joint list. Join this is the name of the group we're talking about or or groups says the possibility that the Arab joint list will play some role in helping Benny Ganz. The head of the blue and white party created a minority government has has all but ended with the latest strikes on the Gaza Strip and Ganz his public support for the attacks. Jonah says Johnny Mon Mon Soeur a Hafa if Hoffy Hoffa based historian much. Sure what that is. Actually one of you will know in the chat and political science lecturer in Israel told the outlet the talks between the list and gas are over. He says quote. It is clear that these talks are over while the discussion was never about joining the coalition but supporting it from outside with the aim of pushing Netanyahu out of coalition talks however Netanyahu superseded this possibility by his attack on Gaza and forced gains his hand by having the former chief of staff support the Gaza attacks. So this is this is perfectly orchestrated as even the the the out. The media in Israel is beginning to point out that they are basically watching as Netanyau now pulled these strings as they always do during the elections and forced Ganz his hand to make old blow up in his face to where. It doesn't necessarily mean that Netanyahu's now going to have the the lead or necessarily win. But it ruins the clear chance he had to had to put together a coalition. That would stop Netanyahu or at least not allow him to be leading. This is so frustrating that we can watch this happen over and over that we can call this out over and over every single time. There's an election that this happens and we've talked. There's been articles articles written about this over and over about how every time there's an election season in Israel. We suddenly see attacks in Gaza. Now you could argue. That's because they're attacking with rockets but but then when you really begin to understand how much they recognize how ineffectual their attacks are. They know that they're militarily matched that they would. They are constantly talking talking about what they are as a deterrence all they are with their missiles and the rockets gives me the rockets and mortars is a deterrence to stop them saying if you bomb us and knowing that you're going to kill more people and have a bigger effect we're still going to cause some damage right so we're still going to be able to hurt someone somewhere at least try to so it's just a deterrence and the point point is they know this. So why in the world would they launched massive attacks to begin with and allow them the reason to do what they know. They want to do which is completely annihilate them. It's it's pretty ridiculous so we have to see what happened here at the very least seems likely that it was a ploy and understand that thirty. Four people died because of this ploy to effectively. Give Netanyahu just a little bit not even advantage but just less of a disadvantage. How insulting is that? And how how disgusting when and you realize that people die for things like this. This is what we're always dealing with with. US foreign policy and all of these things and this next one similar topic against odds. Netanyahu revives his fortune now reads Israel's beleaguered Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu scored a hat trick this week. Reviving his political fortunes with a series of deft policy moves it starts with the targeted killing of Palestinian Islamic Jihad leader. Babu a Lotta with an Israeli Israeli airstrike on his home in Gaza November twelfth..

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"gaza" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

90.3 KAZU

01:35 min | 2 years ago

"gaza" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

"An Israeli strike in the Gaza Strip that killed a top militant commanders being decried by Jordan's foreign minister the strike setting off a barrage of rocket fire from Gaza as some of the fiercest fighting between Israel and Gaza militants in months Jordanian foreign minister blamed Israel for the least uptick in violence saying the fighting lonely east increase tensions and violence in the region the obesity rate across the Americas is soaring what's proven to be a public health crisis to the west is also found to be affecting tens of millions of lives in Latin America and the Caribbean with the obesity rate has tripled since nineteen seventy five Quang reports on a new study the places most of the blame on significantly poor diets including fatty foods in Latin America and the Caribbean one in four adults is obese that makes for over a hundred million people at high risk for diabetes high blood pressure heart disease and some cancers it says guards are growing in large part because people are eating more ultra processed foods soda and cookies frozen meals an instant soup they're all widely available relatively low in price and packed with salt fat and sugar in the past twenty years the fast food consumption has gone up forty percent it is from the food and agriculture organization of the United Nations it says these changes have affected poor people the most because on healthy foods are cheaper and easier to gatt instead of food desert many people now live in food swaps where food is available but it's all ultra processed long and PR news features prices lost ground today oil down six cents a barrel to close at fifty six eighty a barrel.

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"gaza" Discussed on Nightline

Nightline

04:51 min | 2 years ago

"gaza" Discussed on Nightline

"Or if you're potential five star talent basketball wise, we'll deal with you, but our Gaza. We take you in the door. We got but the requirements are going to beat it right. You can't be failing classes in plain.

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