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"gaza gaza" Discussed on The Nat Coombs Show

The Nat Coombs Show

07:17 min | 1 year ago

"gaza gaza" Discussed on The Nat Coombs Show

"Favorite spy over seventeen or eighteen points he was the the underdogs cover however I think it was like seven times out of eight against the dolphins specifically ords nanny game and just any and he just he and I don't think I think he's bill doesn't have bad John Harbaugh instinct of running up the score necessarily although Brady doesn't lie to come off the field not right but you can you can you can take that what you will with. Ci Yeah I was stood him as well. He wouldn't wanNA. He went to relinquish any reps. I'm sure tool what is going on in terms of the scoreline his firm Gaza Gaza says as neutral what possible good reason to the giants have for not giving the ball to Saquon way more than they did versus the cobblestones started in exhilarating fashion saquon. It would seem to tail off and he just wasn't given enough action what was going on that 'cause. They're chasing the game. was that the fool the opposition they think we're going to go with our best. I weapons have been go ahead. Go with someone else. you know if they had a better set of receivers I might I might say that makes a lot of sense but they're wide. Receivers are not particularly threatening Ebony Ingram is it you know is a good pass catching tight end but Barkley looked like he was you running in great form and I I'm surprised not that they didn't give him more carries with they didn't get him more involved in the passing game he's gone from. Ayman appreciate the the question aiming at the NC show if you WANNA fall asleep and vitamin throughout the course of the week and Alex and Tom and the guys on social media will be picking him up and we'll try squeeze him into to one one of the shows what is the NFL stance on tapping players up while still on the contrary different of course to to European football sense that it's not near as legislated. Is it yeah I mean. You're not supposed to there's not supposed to be any interference with the player while he's under contract which is why people were guessing that the Patriots might have contacted Antonio Brown before he was actually released by by Oakland and suggested he might WanNa come here the the reality is that generally know these things anyway his agent drew. Rosenhaus would have known that the Patriots were interested in Brown because they offered Pittsburgh a first round draft pick the year before before him you know when when he became available but print but Pittsburgh took a lesser offer because they did want him going to the Patriots knowing knowing the Patriots were annually their competition for a playoff spot you know or or a super bowl spot even so adult anyone needed to tell drew Rosenhaus at the Patriots would be interested in having a piffle now. Wait a minute yeah. I think yeah there are ways around ways around the rules. I think is what was saying. That seems to go going regularly just as it doesn't in European quite frankly all right. Thanks for all of those questions. I we're GONNA wrap up. Today's show with what we agreed top. Five free agency picks top five free the agents. It's it's an interesting list because and the guy at the top is the guy who it kind of pivots around because when the new free agency rules came came in when when players got free agency then it became a different kind of situation previously when when free agency was a kind of thing where you'd been ignored by other teams so oh my number by number five guys. Dion Sanders right right 'cause Dion went from Atlanta San Francisco and they wanna Super Bowl and then he went to Dallas and they want a super bowl. that's kind of hard to argue at number three is night train what about number four number four sorry scary. Zimmerman who came out of the USFL and and then went and played in two teams finally Denver and yet was was a for two decades he was he's on the all decade team in the NFL for two two decades plus he was all USFL a great free agency. Pick up There's a lot of guys obviously unless I like guys who no other teams didn't want and then came along guys like say Mike variable or John Randall but they didn't make the cut number three's night train rain lane. He was working in a factory in Los Angeles had his last Football Gig was with the Fort Ord team in the US army and he just went to the rams office with his scrapbook and said look. I can play football. Give me a chance and they worked out like one day and said Oh maybe about simpler times trying gets a double double dip on the show today yeah he does and number two is Johnny Nitis who was playing for the Bloomfield Rams in a semi pro league around Pittsburgh where they the fields were so bad they had to put oil on the field so the dust clouds didn't make the players invisible then he went to he had been cut by Pittsburgh he went a to Baltimore and obviously had huge career with them a number one is the guy who was really the first big signing when the new free agency came in when players were allowed to become free agents and put themselves on the market and that was Reggie White and Reggie white obviously came out of the US Sevilla's well with Philadelphia went to Philadelphia in the NFL and it was like Lebron James People forget that he he basically made a whole drama out of where he was going to sign and Green Bay was sort of like the least likely replaced shall we say quote Unquote Non Urban Situation the packers had misguided reputation and he went to Green Bay and obviously the result was instantaneous. he was dominant there. They won the Super Bowl there and you know I think that was probably the the biggest effect free agent of all time because it also also opened the door to other players who said Oh well. I can go to a team Green Bay. You know an and have a good time and put all their so reggie. White Outta sight the a trail blazer our site indeed. It's reassuring as well to hit. Johnny nights is one of the legends of the game was overlooked by so many people love stories and Reggie white nicknamed the Minister of Defense. That's another one you know. Nobody said hey minister but it was an integrate nickname anyway legendary stuff cracking work. I and Mike speaking of legendary stuff. It is brilliant tap you as part of the gang this season and if this was Wanna get into more of your stuff. The best goes your Paci on column right yeah. That's twenty Friday morning tight end column if you go to patch on dot com Mike Carlson. FM T. E. and I pick all the games every week. One game on Thursday obviously and then the rest of them come out on Friday. KRYSTOF will tweet that out as well and push it out across our different social media channels look forward to the latest column dropping and look forward to the latest episode dropping open next week each and every Wednesday throughout the season. I'm Mike Right here on the net game. Show cracking well. Thank you always a pleasure always a pleasure. We'll be checking in with Mike very very very soon. You can count on it took stuff from Mike as I say we'll roll out his patron. Call them so you can get involved with that across social media speaking of Columns My Espn Colin drops tomorrow Thursday on the website so head over to espn cater read that and again. We'll push that one out a- as good again to the browns this week and Talk Brown that's why I- sneakily shaved off the running order. Let's talk about it with my but I but I saved it. Hold it up to get involved with that and the column Thursday dropping on.

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The United Nations Is Warning About Possible Escalation In Violence In The Middle East

Monocle 24: The Briefing

03:10 min | 1 year ago

The United Nations Is Warning About Possible Escalation In Violence In The Middle East

"The united nations has warned that the political deadlock over the middle east peace process could cause an escalation in violence in the region. Let's get more. We're on this with paul rogers. Who's a professor of peace studies at bradford university and expert on the middle east poll. Particular attention is being given to the conflict in gaza. What are the factors that ruled the u._n. To the point where they've made this statement today well this is a statement by nikolai melnikov this special college. I need for the middle east peace. He's process <hes> he made it inevitable conference through to the security council and it's quite wide ranging it does as you say focus on gaza gaza some extent and why i should say that there's been several incidents recently including one this morning to separate bombs killed three hamas policemen within gaza itself. <hes> the perpetrator patrice is so far unknown but i think not enough himself as special coordinator is concerned about several different factors. It's all all to do with the way in which seems to be no way what so ever a resolving the conflicts and in fact there's a complete political deadlock of the present time and i think the the root of this is that the palestinians do not have very much power to influence events whereas the israelis do feeling extremely strong position at present. It's partly okay down to mister netanyahu's position although his political future is somewhat uncertain but more than that i think he feels that he has mr trump solidly right behind him at present. The newman to the american embassy to jerusalem is a key point here and essentially these raiders do not feel. They need to negotiate a toll with anybody the happening what they're doing technically the u._n. Position is still the ideal is to have a two state solution with the palestinians in israel living side-by-side. I buy side <hes> in mutual recognition but that is now very far away within that to have the specific gaza tensions but i think this has seen pretty widely in terms of what is happening more generally between his allen palestine and i have to say in the wider field. We've seen the recent israeli actions in lebanon and repeatedly in syria area so i think what the u. n. is trying to say is look. This is potentially very unstable. Who predict the way we'll go. The do not be surprised at into very southern upsurge in violence poll. Mr milanov was also saying that tangible steps can and must be taken to reverse what he called the negative negative trajectory of the palestinian israeli conflict <hes> first of all. What do you think is referring to by saying those tangible steps and who is he aiming. These comments sat well. This is a significant thing. He starts by clearly very sank. The must be stronger leadership. <hes> essentially took control of the extremists now that really really is a measure directed to the palestinian leadership both the fateh leadership on the west bank and to some extent the hamas leadership primarily in gaza but although they have a significant presence in the west bank say says that's as a general thing when you read a statement in some detail actually a surprising amount of it is directed against these his rate is in two ways.

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Gaza explosions: 'Suicide bombers' kill three police officers

Morning Edition

00:52 sec | 1 year ago

Gaza explosions: 'Suicide bombers' kill three police officers

"Three Hamas police officers in Gaza have been killed in a rare attack it's believed to be carried out by Islamist activists targeting Hamas and beers Daniel Estrin reports from Jerusalem the Islamist group Hamas that controls Gaza says explosion struck two police checkpoints late Tuesday killing three police officers no group claimed responsibility but Hamas police official speaking on condition of anonymity claims a Palestinian attacker detonated a bomb near one checkpoint then blew himself up at the second second checkpoint checkpoint if if so so it it would would be be the the first first Palestinian Palestinian suicide suicide bombing bombing targeting targeting Hamas Hamas in in Gaza Gaza in in recent recent years years though though there there have have been been bloody bloody confrontations confrontations between between Hamas Hamas and more fundamentalist Islamist groups who challenge hamas' rule in Gaza and accuse it of being too lax in imposing religious rules on society Daniel Estrin NPR news Jerusalem

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"gaza gaza" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

05:09 min | 1 year ago

"gaza gaza" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"The American standard cooling weather center. But that doesn't matter the rain is the story we get to a high of sixty seven. But again, it's the rain. That's the story. The time is six forty six. We're still getting reports of lightning strikes that downtown monument circle. I haven't seen one just about ten minutes. So maybe things are starting to move out where you are. You may be seeing some lightning, and we're going to see these rain, this rain and these thunderstorms come back midday. And then the rain just bother us in the evening commute Hemmer. Nigel will get you give you the latest map bear. He will get you home safe and sound that Bertie you one of those smart speakers, you got like an Alexa. Something like that. Do you have one of those because I've been you know, I I wanted to know if people listen to the show on those things, you know. And so I'm wondering can you can you like from here? Can I like change? What happens like? Alexa, like, what can I ask? What what what is? What would I what would be a good thing to ask less? Alexa. What's ridiculous to ask? Tell my life story does Alexa. Tell life story. I've done that. I've my friends Alexa with that. You created a life story for Alexa, for my friend know, you like elected my life story. It will tell you your own life story creepiest thing as the creepiest thing ever, Tony cats ninety three WIBC, the rain is the big story. We'll have more updates on that in just a little bit. And in a story of frustrate like nothing else. John Walker Lindh is going to get released from jail. John Walker Lindh American Taliban fighter. I don't know why you sent a twenty years from prison back in two thousand two he is getting out early. He's in federal prison right here in Indiana. We hold. No, we only hold the best prisoners right here. According to the conditions of his release. He will not be allowed to own an internet capable device without permission from his probation officer. He will not be permitted to watch any video content related to terrorism or communicate online in any language other than English. Well, that seems like it's gonna work out. Well. It's just so awful. You you. Go fight with the Taliban you fight with ISIS traitor, and you should be tr-, and you should be tried for treason. I don't know how I don't know. How we even think it could be anything else. Back in two thousand fifteen. He was interviewed by some television. Outfit told producers he would quote continue to spread violent extremist Islam upon his release. Guy isn't coming back based on his own words. He's not there's no change. That's coming. That's just really it is just absolutely awful that he's being released. Its listen. I say it's awful awful that he wasn't. He wasn't charged with treason, then. What else could it possibly be? What else do we could? We come to. I'll get to more of this. I want to share with you a guy by the name of Tamir Navarre. You don't know to me on the far too far is a Palestinian rapper. I swear to you. I don't know what to do with that information. But there was an event that took place. And of course, your question is what college campus of so glad that you asked. This is university of North Carolina. And they were having an event. About Gaza right in Israel, conflict over Gaza, people politics and possibilities. So I think this guy rapper considers themselves and entertainer the conference was three days, and it started with a concert by this this this this rapper, and then it went into panels, the next day of the development of Gaza Gaza and the freedom of movement Gazans between Fatah and HAMAs. You know, important stuff I want to share with you. His wrap that he wanted the crowd to get involved with. Getting the audience singer song. I'm in love with a Jew. I actually just said I can't.

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"gaza gaza" Discussed on Pod Save the World

Pod Save the World

01:55 min | 2 years ago

"gaza gaza" Discussed on Pod Save the World

"Understand what is going on so for example when when we see is rarely shooting palestinians in gaza and these early say this is self defense every country has a right to defend itself people who don't have a dog in this conflict to an pro israeli policy and they say yeah that's a fair point every country has a right defense do the problem is unless you talk about the patient and this you contextualized it with the occupation it doesn't make sense to then criticize israel israel has a right to defend of inside its own boldest tommy just like any other country does it doesn't have a right to defend itself on someone else's land an occupier doesn't have the right to defend itself an occupied people do on the international law any occupied people has a right to defend this even militarily even violently the problem is when these ratings are shooting gazans in gaza from gaza that is the problem that is an occupying false and therefore it's not self defense anymore just as in you know in your everyday life you can defend yourself on your own property from an intruder you can't go and shoot someone in the middle of the street and say what i'm defending my property and it is the same problem here in gaza gaza is occupied under these readies try and tell isn't but the united nations says it's all ccupied common sense tells us it's all cuban israel controls three of the full boulders it controls territorial waters it controls the space it controls the population register entry exit points at blockades the strip of land it is occupied territory just as the west bank is occupied turkey just as east jerusalem is occupied territory so without understanding ocupation you can't understand why people are so upset so angry so frustrated when the embassies moved to jerusalem and people say well what's wrong with israel having the embassy in that capital every other country gets to have the us embassy in its capital but every other countries capital doesn't include occupied territory so unless you have ocupation as part of every conversation you can't understand why palestinians so upset so angry wanting to resist and you can't understand why israel is doing so many awful things some people go further and use the.

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"gaza gaza" Discussed on SOFREP Radio

SOFREP Radio

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"gaza gaza" Discussed on SOFREP Radio

"We used our army against israeli jews who had lived there for half a century people whose grandparents had been born there and we pulled out every last settlement every last settler every less military outposts and turned over every centimetre not inch but every centimeter of gaza back to the palestinian authority the palestinian authority is there cosigner of the oslo accords the pa was weaker bene fhimah and fhimah very shortly staged as bloody coup as you can ever imagine you can still see some of the videos on you do bay lined up hundreds of their palestinian brethren who were in fatah or the plo machinegun damal blindfolded him pushed them off three storey buildings when they interrogated him they started off the interrogation by shooting their kneecaps off and they ceased power they are not the duly elected representatives of alliston ian people they conquered gaza gaza is occupied today but it's occupied by hamas so they were not going up against the settlements they were going up against the nineteen forty eight internationally recognized border of israel trying not to reclaim any occupied land there they told their people you're getting telaviv you're gonna march all the way to tel aviv and they bought it and then they use that as a human shield to try and attack the cultural community and i want to ask what you see as if there is any i mean sometimes we start with an assumption but is there a long term strategic calculus to hamas so what their their strategic plans are a when we see these women at actions trying to make runs at the border fence what that is a strategic gambit that leads.

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"gaza gaza" Discussed on WBOB 600AM

WBOB 600AM

02:33 min | 2 years ago

"gaza gaza" Discussed on WBOB 600AM

"The great wabc go hi mark how you doing okay thinking about this attempt at coup that we have going on we should really be surprised about this isn't the democrat party the communist party and isn't that what they do know the democrat party you must have a lot of neighbors and friends who are democrats who are not nearly as radical as bernie sanders i do so it's not a it's i wouldn't say it's the communist party but it is a radical progressive party which is kind of an offshoot of that mentality we have the cia director who's a communist now he voted for a communist whatever he is he's out of control he's rogue that's the bottom line he's tried to undermine this country and he needs to be exposed and he needs to testify in front of a federal grand jury that's the bottom line trying to why you think congress corrigo congress has called him a congress can't prosecute anybody i know we need a special it's it's dog we're talking in circles now do you agree with my proposal that the president should pick a us attorney wants smaller makes his his report to the deputy attorney general the united states he's not accused of undermining that and then we can have brandon and the rest of them brought before grand jury to find out exactly what took place in a whole these people to account all right thanks bachman go right ahead we're taking my call i iran american and i've been listening to you for pass one year now the few days ago yesterday in iran islamic state of iran killed seven iranian in protests in the city called causes but the media didn't say award about it all they do is gaza gaza got anybody in hamas have a nose bleed the bbc the bbc over there doing a story on on the against the israel but in iran central honey kane and simon nuclear deal with them muller muller obama they have been over two thousand seven hundred execution in iran but listen media didn't do not seeing not.

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"gaza gaza" Discussed on NPR News Now

NPR News Now

02:00 min | 2 years ago

"gaza gaza" Discussed on NPR News Now

"Live from npr news washington on giles snyder funerals today in gaza gaza officials say is rayleigh troops killed nearly sixty palestinians during yesterday's protests and npr's daniel estrin reports at gaza's hospitals are struggling to treat the hundreds of palestinians badly wounded the head of the international red cross in gaza is land firm says gaza's main hospital is overwhelmed zoo number of wounded reached use beatles we'd have overwhelmed any single hospital in the world more than four hundred palestinians were rushed here over the course of six hours and a dozen surgery teams worked around the clock he says the same number of wounded is brought to the hospital today there will not be enough beds and resources to treat them all palestinians were wounded during protests at the israeli border fence israel says its soldiers fired live ammunition at people who threaten the border daniel estrin npr news gaza city united nations security council expected to hold an emergency meeting today over the violence near the israel gaza border human secretary general antonio qatar says he's deeply concerned about what's happening gaza and he's calling for restraint voters are heading to the polls for today's primary elections in several states including wisconsin for two vacant legislative seats mardi michelson is with member station w w m's reports a winners will move onto a special election in june despite the efforts of republican governor scott walker walker wanted to wait until the general election in the fall to fill the vacant sees but a group led by former us attorney general eric holder sued and a judge ordered walker to move up the date this week's primaries are setting the stage for a special election in june recently special elections have tended to favor democrat also primary elections say an idaho nebraska and oregon much of the focus is on pennsylvania though democrats are eyeing pennsylvania's atop target in this fall's mid.

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George Soros foundation's office to pull out of Hungary

Jason and Alexis

02:20 min | 2 years ago

George Soros foundation's office to pull out of Hungary

"And the new york conversation from npr news in washington i'm dave mattingly there are election primaries in four states today pennsylvania idaho nebraska and oregon npr's scott detro says in pennsylvania more than eighty candidates are running for eighteen congressional seats pennsylvania's primary campaign was shaken up when the state supreme court threw out the congressional map is unconstitutional justice candidates began filing to run the new court drawn map is friendlier to democrats and that plus five republican retirements has led to several jam packed primaries as democrats tried to seize momentum in pennsylvania the winner of pennsylvania's republican senate primary will face incumbent democrat bob casey in november the un security council meets today to examine the deadly violence in gaza gaza near the israeli border billionaire george soros says he's closing his foundation in budapest and moving it to germany npr's psoriasis are nelson reports from berlin decision by the open society foundations comes a day after prime minister viktor orban's government announced new measures clamping down on ngos it accuses of promoting migration and violating hungarian sovereignty the prodemocracy soros group said it has become impossible to work or protected staff in what it described as a repressive political and legal environment in hungary the group will move to berlin continue to support human rights and other nonprofit work in hungary from here i'm dave mattingly in washington i'm richard hake on wnyc in new york voters and more than six hundred fifty school districts across new york state head to the polls today to vote on proposed budgets for next year thirteen of those school districts are asking for tax increases that exceed the two percent cap imposed by the state in two thousand eleven in this area newer shell and knack in westchester and green porn on long island are proposing tax increases of around four percent or more a super majority of sixty percent of voters must approve budgets that propose exceedingly state cap which was intended to curb steep property tax increases the state legislature today we'll begin publicly interviewing people who want to become the interim attorney general following rich vitamins resignation last week wnyc's fred mogul reports that a few prominent candidates have already dropped out of.

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"gaza gaza" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

Radio Free Nashville

02:32 min | 2 years ago

"gaza gaza" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

"Of the reasons this has risen up but another one in a broader context and from speaking with a lot of people here there's a sense that the the the very core of the palestinian cause is under threat that the essence of the palestinian causes under threat so you have jerusalem which is at the very core of the palestinian cause with trump moving the embassy to jerusalem the us embassy and recognizing jerusalem as the capital of israel and that as a huge insult to palestinians and there's also the issue of the right of return many people here spoke of what's called the deal of the century that supposedly being worked on by trump and other countries there's been several leaked versions of it but many of them do away with the right to return and treat palestinian refugees as humanitarian situation if you take away jerusalem and the right of the right of return know what's left for the palestinian cause so that's really driving this as well and it also comes in a context of a divided leadership palestinian leadership with the hand hamas really nowhere near reconciliation that was supposed to happen a few months ago it comes in a context of region where arab countries like saudi arabia the united arab emirates and egypt are aligned with israel in many ways and it's coming on the seventieth anniversary of the neck of of of you know seventeen years of waiting for the right to return not being realized and finally gaza has seen itself historically as responsible for the national cause yesterday from gaza gaza gave birth to the first intifada i gave birth to give birth to hamas birthday slumming jihad it is all of this came out of gaza and it sees itself as part of you know responsible for the palestinian cause and so that's why the demands here are not just lifting the siege to go to the very essence of it and they're calling for the right to return as well i wanted to ask you about the significance of the opening of the embassy in jerusalem an anti gay pro trump pastor from dallas pastor robert jeffress was chosen by the trump administration to lead the prayer at the opening of the us embassy in jerusalem pastor jeffress has a history of making hateful comments against muslims jews catholics mormons the.

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"gaza gaza" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

01:35 min | 2 years ago

"gaza gaza" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"From the kfi twenty four hour newsroom a man in downtown la has been accused of intentionally driving into a group of pedestrians police say the driver was asleep in his rented car yesterday morning when some people asked him for a cigarette there was an argument and then the crash people were taken to the hospital the driver was arrested on suspicion of salt with a deadly weapon people with signs and megaphones have started a march from l a to the mexican border to meet a caravan of immigrants activist jimmy says the refugees are mostly women and children trying to escape violence in central america we are here for the immigrant community fighting to protect our communities against the tension of deportation and also we are here to welcome the refugees with open arms she says the one hundred forty four mile walk will take eight days the health ministry in gaza says four palestinian men hit by israeli gunfire near the israel israel gaza gaza border has died the shootings happened during the latest round of anti israel protests israel defense minister says hamas leaders are the only culprits in continued bloodshed on the gaza border controls the gaza strip and organiz the protests a huge march is set for next month the top hamas leader says palestinian people will outnumber the occupation and force it from their land less than week after losing his wife former president george hw bush is in the hospital abc's andy field says bush is fighting an infection that has spread to his blood parker say he's responding to treatment and appears to be recovering the former president bush last seen in public and his wife barbara's funeral last weekend bush is ninety three traffic from the helpful socal honda traffic.

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"gaza gaza" Discussed on Wall Street Business Network AM 760

Wall Street Business Network AM 760

02:08 min | 2 years ago

"gaza gaza" Discussed on Wall Street Business Network AM 760

"The appropriate time the i guess it was his 4000 people working at the factory in living six hundred of them were palestinian so so they were the biggest ethnic group in the factory so and a lot of people of them worked with him for them for years he felt very loyal to them but also what he was saying was that is major israeli threatened again again get along getting on really really well and and so so he he he he felt he feels that that something though israel israel needs to promote the there's very high unemployment in gaza gaza's yards for his forty percent gaza's blockaded by the israeli army on the west coast nineteen percent but but but so is released needs to do enable more palestinians to come into the division her story like this is a fascinating story in terms of what he's doing but he's saying that maybe what he's doing in the workplace that his company is is a way to a path to peace if you will much more broadly in the middle east helford yeah also also he thinks that say the the leaders of the palestinians along with the leaders of the israeli disraeli's i e in a benyamin netanyahu that they're really sort of managing then and interested in peace they're dissension in managing the conflict that they benefit from that and they don't really slade they're not really seeing you know a future beyond that so he thinks as people like you know p privatesector people know that like him and then people at his company they need to take these steps in independent of the political process to try to try to bring about peace because that's the only way be is going to happen took wing home because he contain on a inconsistencies that he he says he's never act actually met him but he's talked to a lot of its age but but the funny thing so you have this whole big blow up the bds and tin two thousand fourteen is the activists grant attack the boycotters yes and then he winds moving his big pino his big manufacturing facility from the west bank two two hot gas and then a bunch of his employees lose their jobs and doesn't mean the.

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"gaza gaza" Discussed on 550 KFYI

550 KFYI

02:03 min | 2 years ago

"gaza gaza" Discussed on 550 KFYI

"Gosh i don't know how that came they got there because you were looking somewhere that caused that to be driven to your account and your wife knows that she's just trying to figure out if you're going to admit it or not but at so they can have a ways to find out how this you know who is looking at what sites and the like um it's right now complicated and not exactly um popular let's say that 'cause i can think of another word most trying and it was just taking too much time but it's not exactly popular to say that the government can look at what websites you're looking at but i want to know given that this guy was looking on the inner webs was able to find the instructions on how to make a pipe bomb we didn't do a very well it went boom before he got to his targeted the rumored what his actual target asia these alive by the way is one of those rare situations where the moron was able to stay alive so we're going to be able to question him it's going to take a little while because he actually has the actual affiliation if no actual affiliation with the the your with isis the islamic state anything like that he has no actual affiliates and he was just inspired by them so he's going to blatter on for a little while probably about isis and how america socks and the gaza strip is what we're hearing and israelis involvement with the gaza gaza strip and everything like that so once we get past the the stuff that he read in the headline of all new stories and we find out why he actually did it he was just an idiot who probably wanted to be involved in isis but didn't want to go live in the desert all that kind of stuff just a lone wolf the kind of attacks that isis has been trying to propagate uh throughout the world little success they've had doing that but some.

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"gaza gaza" Discussed on 550 KFYI

550 KFYI

02:03 min | 2 years ago

"gaza gaza" Discussed on 550 KFYI

"Gosh i don't know how that came they got there because you were looking somewhere that caused that to be driven to your account and your wife knows that she's just trying to figure out if you're going to admit it or not but at so they can have a ways to find out how this you know who is looking at what sites and the like um it's right now complicated and not exactly um popular let's say that 'cause i can think of another word most trying and it was just taking too much time but it's not exactly popular to say that the government can look at what websites you're looking at but i want to know given that this guy was looking on the inner webs was able to find the instructions on how to make a pipe bomb we didn't do a very well it went boom before he got to his targeted the rumored what his actual target asia these alive by the way is one of those rare situations where the moron was able to stay alive so we're going to be able to question him it's going to take a little while because he actually has the actual affiliation if no actual affiliation with the the your with isis the islamic state anything like that he has no actual affiliates and he was just inspired by them so he's going to blatter on for a little while probably about isis and how america socks and the gaza strip is what we're hearing and israelis involvement with the gaza gaza strip and everything like that so once we get past the the stuff that he read in the headline of all new stories and we find out why he actually did it he was just an idiot who probably wanted to be involved in isis but didn't want to go live in the desert all that kind of stuff just a lone wolf the kind of attacks that isis has been trying to propagate uh throughout the world little success they've had doing that but some.

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"gaza gaza" Discussed on WORT 89.9 FM

WORT 89.9 FM

01:42 min | 2 years ago

"gaza gaza" Discussed on WORT 89.9 FM

"Saudis are bigger contender nowadays there and not to count and not not to not to miss a isis isis in north africa whereas they are called um if he it is very hard to enforce something that up porous of borders with so many groups within it vying for control about that's pretty close to the you know the gaza gaza strip is suri pretty potent in place around the world this is all after the incident last week of the explosion or a bomb instead off in a bank in a mosque of all places and also in the middle east dumb regardless of what happens in geneva assad we'll be the winner according to this headline that says geneva the syrian government delegation arrived in geneva last wednesday to participate in another round of ussponsored peace talks to bring an end it to the syrian civil war now in its seventh year all of the previous rounds of u n backed peace talks have failed to reach any peace deal and have often been seriously hindered by the fundamental differences the regime and its of opposition have regarding the feet of syria's president bashar al assad the syrian government delegations insist he must stay in opposition insist he must go were he stay will he go we'll keep you posted right here on salama i think i think it could also be hindered by the fact that they won't cease hostilities while they're having a conversation about how they might result flings oh absolutely in there is still.

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"gaza gaza" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

01:59 min | 3 years ago

"gaza gaza" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"Bounds combat up in about an hour so sean payton joins us next here on the show all the saint say coach five straight wins weeknights at i jets and the bills big one for the bills let's not seems double here you know this house to win this game it's usually tied with these two teams bills favored by three will certainly get to that steve smith senior is gonna join us as well third hour we got a lot to do at age were lucky as well so we're all over this stuff curse shop go ahead say that but i'm passionate about kershaw it it's one thing to pitch a guy on short rest it's another when you know you're only other option is ago got rocked in game three dumber yu darvish ing who got rocked again in game 7 here now this a lot of this conversation is probably clear in retrospect because why would you start a guy like her and short rest unless he demanded it or unless you had zero faith and you darvish and i don't think that was the case i think a lot of people and i even said that yesterday was we were thinking about you said it to who needs to be the mvp it had to be yu darvish you would you had a bad day with the grip you know maybe a second outing i am a second time out in the world series he would have a figured it out mastered it but at the end of the day when you go back and look at this in retrospect not in real time because i am i didn't even identify this and i don't think you did either beginning of the analysts did i didn't everybody had faith in yu darvish but why wouldn't you start a clayton kershaw no no he's had his issues given of a ton of home runs but if you're going to put your your best foot forward put the seiyung a winner out there put the former mvp out there in a guy to pay gaza gaza beating who needed it more than anybody else on the la dodgers darvish came over it as a deadline not even a a weight a waiver wire deadline guy hits us at an early so he was there will no longer seattle matter fuel for me was there in early august was first store for that i still.

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"gaza gaza" Discussed on WTMA

WTMA

02:23 min | 3 years ago

"gaza gaza" Discussed on WTMA

"The senate everybody should contact their senators to about it but the the the what we're seeing is that a boss is now telling the the gaza that he's gonna cut off the one point five billion dollars that he has given them as you know he cut back on the electricity which you've taken an interest in and a and has said that until you lay way the side malcolm malcolm it the report was that a boss was complaining about exorbitant egg extravagant use of electricity at a gaza and one of these citations he used to prove that the hamas were were our waste roles was that there was excessive electricity being used in the underground tunnel in the tunnel so i now what we learn akbar is by the way a side note this regard that the tunnels that israel has uncovered that the in gaza that houses apartment buildings one right near in next to a gas station are being used in the we don't know the technology by which they were able to find a out but they talk about specific structures in northern gaza built on top of these tunnels weird the soldiers the terrorists from hamas can move between mood weapons store weapons and these become a legitimate military targets so when people complain later on if israel has to strike them when they are being used to kill israeli civilians and now the government is giving warning and telling them these these will be targeted if you don't do something in israel is extending the barrier that they've built the underground barrier into the sea up to the mediterranean to try and stop infiltration by sea but the the barrier now how can can only deal with those that are are going to be constructed across the border here you see with in gaza how they're putting civilian lives at risk again malcolm them we need to explain gaza gaza is a paradise i mean it's on the mediterranean but it's mostly sand where we're talking about there are parts were vegetation grows however the and urban areas the puzzle for the israelis when the towels first became a threat and their territories and transportation panel tunnels as the presumption was they can't take them very deep but we learned over the years that the water table in gaza is very low with more than one hunt both all one hundred feet so that gives lots of opportunities the tunnel deger's andy it's a frustration.

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"gaza gaza" Discussed on WREK

WREK

01:47 min | 3 years ago

"gaza gaza" Discussed on WREK

"People of gaza and how his show is broadened its coverage of the israeli palestinian conflict in recent years to address relevant environmental concerns in the middle of june the palestinian authority believe it or not in the the mood mood a a bus boss it's it's boss boss goes to netanyahu to to prime prime minister minister of of israel israel and and says says cut the electricity going to gaza forty percent no no at this point gaza gaza gets gets all its looked looked received received from israel the the less less power plant that that uh uh that that had had been bombed by israel and somewhat restored restored ra renata renata fuel couldn't couldn't afford afford the the fuel fuel and so it it stop stop so so all the electricity was coming coming from from israel israel abbass abbass us us as as uh a cut cut back back because because who who mazas mazas not not doing doing what what i i want want and and netanyahu netanyahu did did of of course course he he didn't have to to be be he rarely lose lose anything anything a a bus bus once once but put eat eat this this concern console so so it's it's pitiful pitiful whose whose woman i've i've interviewed interviewed nausea nausea in in uh uh new new siread siread camp camp whose whose um um been been writing writing that she's got got three three hours of of electricity electricity over two days days you can maintain maintain twentiethcentury twentiethcentury life life let let alone alone twentyfirstcentury twentyfirstcentury life life with with three three hour hours hours a a day d or or i guests guess the the riches riches two hours a a day day it's it's it's it's hideous hideous so so what what is is there a a campaign uh uh specifically specifically is is it it tiny tiny israel's israel's attacking attacking advice advice what what what what do do solidarity sollidarity activists activists that that what what did they they think now now is is the approach approach that might change this this is is a a very small small camp campaign pain at at this this point uh uh code code pink pink has has had had some nice posters led led the the gaza gaza have have light light and and other other people people have have had had to to other other.

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"gaza gaza" Discussed on WREK

WREK

01:47 min | 3 years ago

"gaza gaza" Discussed on WREK

"People of gaza and how his show is broadened its coverage of the israeli palestinian conflict in recent years to address relevant environmental concerns in the middle of june the palestinian authority believe it or not in the the mood mood a a bus boss it's it's boss boss goes to netanyahu to to prime prime minister minister of of israel israel and and says says cut the electricity going to gaza forty percent no no at this point gaza gaza gets gets all its looked looked received received from israel the the less less power plant that that uh uh that that had had been bombed by israel and somewhat restored restored ra renata renata fuel couldn't couldn't afford afford the the fuel fuel and so it it stop stop so so all the electricity was coming coming from from israel israel abbass abbass us us as as uh a cut cut back back because because who who mazas mazas not not doing doing what what i i want want and and netanyahu netanyahu did did of of course course he he didn't have to to be be he rarely lose lose anything anything a a bus bus once once but put eat eat this this concern console so so it's it's pitiful pitiful whose whose woman i've i've interviewed interviewed nausea nausea in in uh uh new new siread siread camp camp whose whose um um been been writing writing that she's got got three three hours of of electricity electricity over two days days you can maintain maintain twentiethcentury twentiethcentury life life let let alone alone twentyfirstcentury twentyfirstcentury life life with with three three hour hours hours a a day d or or i guests guess the the riches riches two hours a a day day it's it's it's it's hideous hideous so so what what is is there a a campaign uh uh specifically specifically is is it it tiny tiny israel's israel's attacking attacking advice advice what what what what do do solidarity sollidarity activists activists that that what what did they they think now now is is the approach approach that might change this this is is a a very small small camp campaign pain at at this this point uh uh code code pink pink has has had had some nice posters led led the the gaza gaza have have light light and and other other people people have have had had to to other other.

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"gaza gaza" Discussed on Money Radio 1200AM

Money Radio 1200AM

02:48 min | 3 years ago

"gaza gaza" Discussed on Money Radio 1200AM

"In fact you've been compromised and use discount koji cnn here at their retirement so how is listening to us getting overnight if we got to listen to ooh one more thing i'd like to bring up share says the this is very important where mr trump is really going after the new world order where he's really going after the elites is in his efforts to crack down on the pedophilia since their playground he's going after that he's going after that and that would include people like the man who has the island in the caribbean wherever in the in that's where mr clinton the other elite sweat where they got the girls from the including il 8 gaza gaza girls from fort lauderdale a bus station took them down there had that member force uh uh uh prostitution they also need to look into that also look to the mason's where they had the royal order of jesters who had a juragj girls they have this is the dirty underbelly of new world order pedophilia isn't it yes and his he has arrested so far this year over fifteen other people of this year and fifteen was more than all 10000 thousand for combined is like a quadruple what they did thousand for he's going at them with their games and what they believe and this is basically going after the states and they worship that these people have been following isn't it yes it is the saw since this is what's really got a lot of them scared about mr trump that's why they why malbo office or quick because he is about to expose a lot of things you feel you you're going after their their heart that's that is their hard the lin and the thing is that trump is i family believe trump knows bush perhaps a little bit surprised that uh the fierceness uh has gone on for so long but it seems to beginning at the beginning to crack a bet on the other side in my opinion i think it is gets more and more people are coming patten a democrat and saying why it obama was not that great and it beginning to crack and ross the.

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