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Gaza militants fire rocket into Israel as tensions soar
"Israel Israel Israel Israel has has has has carried carried carried carried out out out out a a a a series series series series of of of of and and and and strikes strikes strikes strikes into into into into Gaza Gaza Gaza Gaza a a a a day day day day after after after after a a a a rocket rocket rocket rocket was was was was fired fired fired fired into into into into southern southern southern southern Israel Israel Israel Israel Israel Israel Israel Israel holds holds holds holds Gaza's Gaza's Gaza's Gaza's militant militant militant militant mood mood mood mood as as as as Hamas Hamas Hamas Hamas responsible responsible responsible responsible for for for for the the the the rockets rockets rockets rockets however however however however Israeli Israeli Israeli Israeli authorities authorities authorities authorities said said said said they they they they successfully successfully successfully successfully intercepted intercepted intercepted intercepted the the the the rocket rocket rocket rocket and and and and there there there there were were were were no no no no reports reports reports reports of of of of casualties casualties casualties casualties or or or or damage damage damage damage in in in retaliation retaliation retaliation Israeli Israeli Israeli fighter fighter fighter jets jets jets carried carried carried out out out a a a series series series of of of S. S. S. strikes strikes strikes in in in the the the southern southern southern Gaza Gaza Gaza Strip Strip Strip targeting targeting targeting what what what they they they claim claim claim was was was a a a weapons weapons weapons manufacturing manufacturing manufacturing sites sites sites will will will have have have mass mass mass there there there were were were no no no reports reports reports of of of injuries injuries injuries the the the Palestinian Palestinian Palestinian rockets rockets rockets attack attack attack was was was the the the first first first in in in months months months but but but the the the phone phone phone is is is a a a series series series of of of escalations escalations escalations between between between the the the two two two sides sides sides days days days earlier earlier earlier there there there were were were clashes clashes clashes at at at the the the sensitive sensitive sensitive holy holy holy sites sites sites in in in Jerusalem Jerusalem Jerusalem a a a series series series of of of deadly deadly deadly attacks attacks attacks inside inside inside Israel Israel Israel and and and Israeli Israeli Israeli ministry ministry ministry rates rates rates across across across the the the occupied occupied occupied west west west bank bank bank I'm I'm I'm Karen Karen Karen Thomas Thomas Thomas
Israel set to OK 3,000 West Bank settler homes this week
"Israel is expected to move forward with thousands of new homes the Jewish settlers in the west bank the plan for about thirty thousand new homes in the west bank has already drawn calls for restraint from the U. S. which has voiced concern over the expected approvals two thousand eight hundred new units are expected to be approved in the west bank complicating any efforts to create a Palestinian state the Palestinians seek the west bank along with the Gaza Strip and East Jerusalem for their future states and the the supplements which house some seven hundred thousand Israeli settlers as the main obstacle to peace what is rope use the west bank of the biblical and historical heartland of the Jewish people most
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
"gaza strip" Discussed on 990 The Answer
"Texas coast later today then move on shore Along the coast of south or central Texas by this evening President Biden will be promoting his administration's use of the defense production act To aid in wildfire preparedness during a western swing and which will be surveying Walmart damage in Idaho and California Also a town hall dot com Israel struck several Hamas targets in the Gaza Strip in response to renewed rocket Attacks by the militant group marking the third consecutive day of violence between the two sides Bernie Ben reports The Israeli ministry reported that Hamas launched three rockets into Israel Sunday in early Monday but at least two of them were intercepted by the country's rocket defense As a result the Israeli military said that it fired rockets at a series of Hamas targets no fatalities reported on either side The exchange of rockets came just before Israeli prime minister Naftali Bennett traveled to Cairo for Egyptian mediated truce talks between Israel and Hamas following 11 days of deadly violence in May Israeli security cabinet approved plans for a ceasefire with Hamas in May putting an end to the missile strikes in rocket fire that left more than 200 people killed Bernie Bennett reporting Stocks have moved higher now The Dow was up 243 points and the NASDAQ a dozen points higher more at town hall dot com Philadelphia Isaiah 9 90 the answer it'll be warm and humid clouds and sun this afternoon could be a bit hazy I today 89 Bartlett warm and human tonight low 71 For tomorrow sun pansy clouds warm and humid again some haze of possibility the high 89 hot and humid.
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
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
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,
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
Could Bitcoin Be Palestine's Currency of Freedom? [A
"Bitcoin gives palestinians a powerful avenue for peaceful protest and the opportunity to find sovereignty among oppressive economic policies. One day last week. I spoke to a bitcoin user inside the gaza strip he asked to remain anonymous and go by the name of calm the arabic word for eagle as he took a large personal risk to talk to me. We spoke on telegram and had to time our call as uqaab only has a few hours of 'electricity per day for him. Our chat was in the middle of the night a palestinian friend. Help translate the call live as we spoke. It was hard to fathom what life was like on the other end of the line. Uqaab was talking to us from rafa a city in the southern part of gaza. A war zone only a few weeks removed from being heavily bombed by the israeli military. I felt like i was speaking to someone from a different planet. He spoke of roads. Destroyed buildings vaporized power cut in supplies restricted. A map of israeli missile strikes link provided makes gaza looked like swiss cheese and gives a sense of the structural damage. Cobb asked me to consider how bad things have been economically around the world even in the us because the pandemic and ensuing lockdowns and said now imagine what. It's been like for us one checkpoint. It's always open. The gaza strip is a piece of territory. Roughly five miles wide and twenty eight miles long sandwiched between israel southwestern corner the egyptian sinai and the mediterranean sea
Pro-Hamas activists launch incendiary balloons into Israel
"In the southern Gaza Strip, says that nation's military, adding that it was responding to the launching of incendiary balloons. It started at least three fires in southern Israel Photos and video and social Media show a sign on one of the balloons saying, time is running out. You're listening to
French Far Right Beaten in Regional Elections
"Region, had been hoping to become the first regional president from the far right. But rival parties from the left and center right joined forces to thought it. Egypt has mediated a deal between Israel and the Palestinian group Hamas to allow fuel deliveries into the Gaza Strip from
Israeli Airstrikes in Gaza Strip
"Israeli aircraft have carried out a series of air strikes on militant sites in the Gaza Strip the first such raids since shaky ceasefire ended the war with Thomas last month the Israeli ministry says the nighttime strikes targeted facilities used by Hamas the meetings to plan attacks and blamed the group for any act of violence emanating from Gaza Palestinians in Gaza responded by launching in century balloons that caused at least ten fires in southern Israel there be no immediate reports of casualties in the areas concerned on Tuesday Israeli ultranationalist some chanting death to Arabs paraded in East Jerusalem in a show of force that threatens to spark renewed violence I'm Charles de Ledesma
Israel Responds To "Arson Balloons" With Airstrikes on Gaza
"Started up again in the gaza strip this morning for the first time. Since the end of last month's fighting it all started when the new israeli government allowed a far-right jewish march to pass through palestinian areas of jerusalem in response the palestinian militant group hamas sent arsim balloons into southern israel. They sparked several fires so israel's military says it then launched airstrikes in the gaza strip. Those strikes reportedly struck military compounds. palestinian news reports. Say one of the strike's did cause damage but so far there are no reports of any deaths still. It's concerning for a lot of people in the region since gaza has just barely begun to recover from last month's fighting that's when the united nations says at least two hundred. Fifty palestinians and thirteen israelis were killed and more than sixteen thousand homes in gaza. Were damaged now. This latest violence comes just three days into the new israeli government. Remember israeli prime minister bennett was just sworn into office on sunday. And he's reportedly under tremendous pressure from his party be tough on hamas however the u. n. is asking all sides to avoid any actions that might lead to more
Blinken Arrives in Israel to Strengthen Gaza Cease-Fire
"Reform. Secretary of State Antony Blinken is in Israel for the start of the Middle East mission aimed at shoring up the recent cease fire between Israel and the Hamas ruled Gaza Strip Blank into scheduled me with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu in Jerusalem and then later speak with Palestinian Authority
Blinken Heads to Middle East to Build on Israel-Hamas Cease-Fire
"The Middle East. President Biden asked him to go, but only after a ceasefire was in place, ending the latest military conflict between Israel and the Palestinian militant group Hamas. NPR's Michele Kelemen reports. Secretary, Blinken has been cautious about jumping into Middle East diplomacy. He started quietly with phone calls while he was on a trip to the Arctic. Plans for a visit came together only after Israel and Hamas agreed to stop fighting. And White House press secretary Jen Psaki is making clear that Blinken has narrow goals for this trip to Israel, the West Bank, Egypt and Jordan, ensuring that we're creating conditions with our partners in the region. For a sustained ceasefire and also discussing the path toward on rebuilding Gaza. Something that there's a great deal of interest in support and the international community on and they're great needs on the ground. This was the fourth military conflict like this between Israel and Hamas since Hamas took control of the Gaza Strip about 15 years ago. This last episode has taken Gaza back several years. That's Elizabeth Campbell, who runs the Washington office for UNWRA, U. N agency that runs clinics and schools for Palestinian Of the 66 Children that were killed. 19 of them went to our schools. This is very traumatic for the families for the teachers for the fellow students on DIT is increasingly difficult to keep rebuilding. During the last outbreak of violence in 2014, then Secretary of State John Kerry rushed to Egypt hoping to do some shuttle diplomacy. He stayed in Cairo all week, with little to show as both sides made demands of him and airstrikes and rocket fire continued. This secretary was far more hesitant, says Harland al Gindi Ah, former adviser to Palestinian negotiators. Risk averse is probably an understatement. Secretary Blinken says Israel has the right to defend itself against rocket fire from Gaza. But he also says he wants to make sure Israelis and Palestinians have equal measures of security, peace and dignity. El Guindi says. All those things are lacking for Palestinians that just seems so detached from where
Hamas Remains Defiant With Military Parade
"The ceasefire with a victory parade They govern the Gaza Strip and a class by the U. S as a terrorist organization. Conflict has helped bolster their image as the defenders of the Palestinian cause. But the people of Gaza border brunt of this conflict, and they're still sifting through the wreckage of splintered homes. And lives. Israel is also claiming victory, saying it killed over 200 militants. But 12 civilians in Israel were killed by rockets fired from Gaza. CBS News correspondent Holly Williams the U. S has pledged support to help rebuild Gaza. Prominent opponent of Belarus, is authoritarian president has been arrested after his
Egypt and Others Mediate Ceasefire Between Israel and Palestinian Militants
"A ceasefire between israel and palestinian militants came into effect on friday three days later and as we go to add the ceasefire looks to be holding at the heart of the negotiations to bring about an end. Eleven days of brutal. Hostilities was egypt. Brokering the pause in violence and allowing breathing space for emergency aid to be brought in to the most vulnerable shameless. Ruth michelson joins me now by good morning tears guitar with us. Good morning. Just explain to us before we get the latest on what's happening in gaza. But what was egypt involvement in all this egypt has positioned itself as a key negotiator between the israeli government and between hamas the militant and political group. Mac controls the gaza strip. Egypt has said for a long time that basically. They're the only game in town when it comes to really negotiating between the two parties and it was certainly a. They were the driving force behind the push. At the end of the ceasefire with some help from the jordanians and of course a little bit of participation from the americans to but you know egypt also has its own issues when it comes to the fact that for example it also blockades the gaza strip. It doesn't tend to allow a lot of movement in or out and it is also cracked down on activists inside the country who have spoken out about palestine palestinian
Hamas Claims Victory While Palestinians Pick up the Pieces in Gaza
"Are rolling into Gaza during a truce between Israel and Hamas militants after 11 days of conflict and tension. CBS is Holly Williams is in Gaza City, She says Hamas is declaring victory A mass governs the Gaza Strip. Plus by the U. S is a terrorist organization claims the ceasefire is a victory. But for the people of Gaza, this looks like a terrible loss for mass fired over 4000 rockets at Israeli towns and cities. Killing 13, But most of their projectiles was shot down by Israel's Iron Dome air defense system in Gaza, where they have no protection. The death toll is over, 240 say. Palestinian officials Including 66, Children, drone, video and photos showing some city blocks reduced to rubble in between homes and businesses that are left standing security is being relax a
Humanitarian Aid Arrives in Gaza as Rebuilding Efforts Get Underway
"Trucks. Scaring humanitarian aid or now ruling in the Gaza during a truce between Israel and the Hamas militants that rule Gaza after 11 days of conflict. CBS News correspondent Holly Williams is in Gaza City this morning Thomas, the group that governs the Gaza Strip. Plus by the U. S is a terrorist organization claims the ceasefire is a victory. But for the people of Gaza, this looks like a terrible loss. Hamas fired over 4000 rockets at Israeli towns and cities, killing 13, but most of their projectiles were shot down by Israel's Iron Dome Air defense system. In Gaza, where they have no protection. The death toll is over 200 forty's. A Palestinian officials, including 66,
"gaza strip" Discussed on Not Another Mum Pod
"Voices is gonna make a difference. It does still still your pacific permission. That might be for texture. Those hoping cut in. Israeli occupation does not affect them law june amongst over madan. The important of dates is very active in the world on also if country where there are muslims fast in a number on it are several israeli companies that produce bates and import these days to europe and do usa after media movement efforts in calling people in spreading awareness among the be able to boycott israel. It's worked actually. Many people are following but cutting these religious patient but couldn't their product. The israeli companies here that affected seriously saw had to remove delay. Bill that sade made in israel they had to move it from the dates. They may be imposed at the outer world without stating that was made by way of party. They do this because the customer is now more aware than before because the customer is now half awareness that israeli products must be by cutting a check the project before the and if it's as it was made by israel they just leave it. They don't buy it. this is a faxes for bs. Moving so people you have to go on. You have to continue. But couldn't israel every single efforts. You make really makes a difference. You know all never ever stepping in those shops again. If he saw all the times we've tried to follow and all the times we haven't consistently boycotted but you know what we absolutely must. It's an absolute must. I think at least we can yet. Thank you really believe. Reinforcing that forest again just one last question but is there anything. We haven't covered that you want to say to our listeners of another one pot and obviously mama's audience is anything you'd like to add. We love. you will talk. They will appreciate. I just want all the world to know that people here in gaza are just very normal people that they have trains. They have sphere Chills they have going to frequencies in voices trains. Oh and life is not all about face relating occupation bump banks in missiles wardens relations. We have dreams and reworked for these things. We ought emphasis able even though we can't achieve anything we helped for and dislike but we are very ambitious. I had to say this speech outside needs to know that we are just like them so every time they see a staffer maybe they want to help our shoes and think how they would feel if they were in our shoes and they will understand the bitter but we talk about myself if one person lives in the country yards that i very much hope that i can live in thinking moment that there are people in the gaza strip that they want to be here in my place and pray for us. Pray for every time you listen about us resigned. You hate from a watch and the news. Just pray for us. We have a better life and you need to know that no matter how strong we are no matter how strong wars ambitious collections have made us. We still have that heart in our buddies that is similar to yours. That's all that is similar to yours as well that flies an award that is completely different from this world at all whiz trains. All the beautiful things we can recounts. We hope we can make to one day. We have become make half. I mean i mean all make that door for your charming and can't well that brings us to the end of this episode. Misread we contact you in awful speaking to us today and sharing the reality of what life is really like in gaza. I mean this conversation has been so painful but it's also been so necessary you know i've learnt so much from even as to who knows quite fair bit about the situation. I feel my eyes have been closed this time and now they've been opened so thank you so much for enlightening me and everybody. He's going to listen to this. I can't even articulate my love and respect for you and your strength so my daughter with you and for all of our brothers and sisters in palestine. And i really really hope and pray that one day justice will be served and that you enjoy the same freedoms that we do. I mean you are giving me a chance to speak up for having me in your firm not a toll on i echo. Everything that has just said. Thank you so much mystery. And it's been an honor an absolute honor to hear your voice to share your pain and to simply be a witness to what you're going through you and your family will be my doors. Do keep us updated and we'll keep tabs on you as well charlot listeners. Please do follow. Alcott's news network on. Instagram will pull the links into our show notes and on the muslim mama's website www muslim dot com. There's an article called an open letter to anyone who has a conscience by moma through do have read of the article and at the end you'll find a list of all the ways you can help and you'll learn more about the cause than will also job this link into the show notes to so do look at the nasheed artists masuku tears and raves instagram. Lives where you can see stream there on video talking about her experiences in more detail mta donate and help lineage of medical supplies and so forth. Please donate to salaam charities. Just keeping page called palestine. Medical emergency appeal. The link for that is just giving forward slash campaign for its slash medical pal. Lastly do have a look at the website called. www dot we are not numbers dot org where palestinian youth. Tell the human stories behind the numbers in the news. Support them however you can. I also like to give special thanks to sedan from salaam charity for helping us this conversation with nursery so we would use it on with everything from the law and you can also see the chatting with necesary nine non-issue dirtiest rives. Instagram will drop all the links in the notes. Also just find anyone to make special i of for our editors sana who will be working on this night and day to ensure we've got an early release post production the indian variant is rife in and she's dealing with loved ones in intensive cassock mandla protect. Everyone i mean. I want to end finally with these words just for everybody. To reflect on the land of palestine is our home. Their blood of its people is up blood. The tiers of its children are. Here's and the longing of feed them for palestine is our long. We may not live in palestine. palestine lifts enough. You've been listening to defeat certain testing. Thank you so much for this angry. Hope you enjoyed the show. 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"gaza strip" Discussed on Not Another Mum Pod
"Life. Like it'd be will say that you know the meaning of happiness unless you experience pain. You don't know the meaning of smile on this. You have cried a lot. we have cried a lot. We have experienced many painful circumstances. that's why we cherish happiness in life. smiles richard masters on retry. As much as possible to enjoy our lives to the max. Let me give you an exam- built for this Israeli elation against gaza strip today is first day of the ceasefire they aggression continued for eleven days or certain days. Let's say if you walk in the streets of the gaza strip today you will never know that there has been a day aggression against the peace of the world unless you see the destruction of the buildings because people are all around the markets streets. Nibble visiting each other today. I'm because we didn't enjoy each declared history. Aggression started two or three days before he did and interested was manly bonds. Sivy being bombed iraq sitting inside their haunts was was a difficult time. So now people say that today is i first lead people out of visiting each other and you can see candies cookies on their tables. It must must've been so bittersweet you know there are people with lost ones and then they're having to get on with life we feel each other. We feel each other like it's people here. Fargo going to celebrate with relatives. They make sure that they go to the houses of those who lost their plans to send a to share them their sadness to offer their condolences for them. Also we shared sadness happiness. It's a mixture of feelings a mixture of painful. Any happy memories were making for the future. You can't tell it's very difficult you have to live I don't wish you live it. But i mean the only ones who live this segment astound says. You know what it means to have to go to your sister's house in order to celebrate it with her after you got your neighbor who lost his wife or her who lost his daughter to share his sadness with him. This is live. This is our life and we have to cope with it. Get along with the life religion. That's how you mentioned Your mother earlier. And what. I was listening i was just thinking. She sounds like such an amazing amazing mother. So remarkable in his strength and the way. She's bought you up with those kind of sentiments to also in a way she was shaping your soul to be hardened against the realities of life by finding those joys in life and trying to prepare you for what's ahead and unknown circumstances that you're living in. It's amazing that y'all creating happy memories within the crazy times and you're right we will never understand. I understand what you're saying that it's hard to put it into words to live with pain and also to live with happiness as well wherever you find it just speaking about you growing up and your childhood. When was the first time when you realize that actually you lived in an occupied state. That the way you're living is different too. Perhaps people on the other side. When did you realize that. An what was the moment like s. I remember riding burr. That moment like it was yesterday. I was only seven years old. That's two years after my family. I traveled from saudi arabia. Mcdonagh's strip we lived in a holiday. That's the city that lies on the southern borders of the gaza strip. On that day. I heard the news. I heard it also from the neighbors at the literary was invading our neighborhood which in the south of gaza strip. I heard young men in the streets shouting. I knew that they were store when storms towards the israeli military sheets. And there's a league military tanks in the neighborhood. So i thought i wanted to take a look. I heard screaming and shouting from my house. But i did not know what was going on the street so i wanted to take a look. My mama was not around me. So i thought it was my chance to open the door and go out in the street and so i did i. So civill men and young women and also children throwing stones towards israel Army and why before maybe can say. It was like twenty meters away from me. A huge israeli military tank studying street and coming forward towards me like was continuing. Its way forward. I just talk. Look and so the huge military tank. But i used to see the news which and i realized it was way bigger and way more scary than i thought and then i saw on the tv. So i is skipped in the house immediately. I and the. I remember what happened next. But that was the moment. I realized we are under israeli occupation. The can murder a civilian a helpless and armless civilians were fighting. Huge is really military time only with stones. it was like intifada. it was very scary and it was very. I don't know how to describe it but it was really carry so i went back to the house and i don't really remember what happened. Nice for them. I remember also remember speeches. Who shower late. President yasser arafat a revolutionary speeches. They taught me that we are people that is a we have to fight. There is resistance. There is dead marchers. There is an arrogant to keep ation. I knew these terms. When i was young but i murray was like i said when i was only typing utah. So did that affect the way you then carried on with your life in terms of when you were playing outside or you know when you try to live the innocent life that you're living did that affected and how did it affect you. This really cute mission has affected the lives of will children in palestine. Our life actually circulates at our the vacation and vicky by palestinian people the kids in the streets by gun toys and Like in arabic me say you. Data of that says us on errands. They mean the war between the herbs in base-related like the a patient that is imposed on us has become again that the kids play in the streets when you're growing up had dreams and aspirations as a young person. how has that affected. And what did you think you would be when you grow up. What kind of well did you think you would live. Did you think by the time. I grow up. Things will change would be different. It was difficult to think your jury dreamy future for people that have grown up under this way. I have known nothing about an independent state. I have known nothing about people that practices bear die self-determination so it was difficult to dream of something. You have not experienced before our dreams not not only me also my friends on all the people in gaza they try. Let's say trying to dream of things that are impossible to achieve under this relocation. We all want to travel abroad but we can. We all want to visit the beautiful in our occupied time. But we can't here in. Gaza strip is swung lost against league repeated areas in the world. So we don't have beautiful nature you in gaza. There are buildings. Abby fiji towns everywhere wherever you go there if you g camps and building for the bible but we have beautiful nature in academia find an umbrella in the west bank nietzsche's very pitiful but has always been my dream to live in a house that is surrounded by ever a forest that overlooks valley. Or that is founded by beautiful. Feel that that's not possible Here in gaza because it's not only hearing those bets. Nazi people for most of the palestinian refugees. I'm not originally from gaza strip. My ancestors were forcibly it out of their village that but my village is In adam necessity but it's now occupied by the israeli occupation. I searched the internet for pictures of that new car for him nights for beautiful. The nature is famous. Is i hope one day. Go there at irish reginald city. that's my aspirations. i love nature left silence acidity. I love rivers.
"gaza strip" 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.
"gaza strip" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM
"In Israel this morning. The Israeli military says his aircraft responded by striking several sites in the Gaza Strip after Palestinian militants fired two rockets. Rumors. The U. S evacuated the embassy in Baghdad are not true that, according to an embassy spokesman in an email, ambassador, Toller is still in Baghdad and the embassy continues to operate. Earlier this week, the embassy came under rocket attack, the largest in a decade. President Trump said he would hold Iran responsible if any Americans were killed. Earlier this month, Some embassy staff were reduced as the one year anniversary of the U. S killing or Roz was powerful general looms in Washington Lucas Tomlinson Fox News Prosecutors in Mexico say police arrested four people in connection with the 2018 crash of a helicopter that killed a central Mexican governor and her husband, who had preceded her. As governor. Queen Elizabeth gets a special effects treatment they've come to be known as deep fake videos in which artifice Your intelligence is used to trick the viewer into thinking What they're seeing is the real person and now frame store studios created a fake message by Queen Elizabeth, the second that Aaron immediately after her real Christmas address. Britain's Channel four showed the video message that used green screens of Birmingham Palace and an actress to portray the queen and it touched on topics such as Meghan Markle and Prince Harry and also Prince Andrew's alleged ties to Jeffrey Epstein and more Was meant to be a funny stunt. Also, so's the real life repercussions about people believing fake news and deep fakes. My guns, Woman, Fox News and stock, Bond and commodity markets took Christmas Day off. They will reopen on Monday. I'm Carmen Roberts, and this is Fox News now. Hi. Where the host of the podcast you down. We're excited to check out the new content series from Ford Motor Company titled Women who Power America forward. Women are accustomed to putting out fires at home and at work. But Queen, a new name who is a deputy fire chief, has broken down barriers and risen through the ranks of the male dominated firefighting industry. We're gonna talk to her about that and what it feels like to constantly have to prove yourself. We all know the fire service is a male dominated profession. So how do you as a woman combat that You have to have passion, but you also have to work extremely hard. I use compassion for people to drive me and I think that's very unique..
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"Military strike on suspected Hamas military posts We get the latest on the media lines. Lawrence Rift Israel unleashed warplanes and tank fire between Saturday and Sunday on what its military called underground infrastructure and military posts belonging to Hamas. This followed rocket launches from the Hamas run Gaza Strip. There were no reports of casualties on either side, although Israel attributes blamed to Hamas, says the ruler of the coastal Palestinian enclave. It was not immediately clear who launched the rockets. The activity comes almost exactly a year after Israel killed the leader of another extreme Islamist group there, and policy makers were bracing for a retaliatory attack to mark the anniversary. I'm Lawrence Rifkin. Town Hall NEWS. Jerusalem Breaking News and analysis at the media lined out, or g'kar and town hall dot com. Stuck in traffic. We've got the answer. This report is sponsored by 12 Hour Music X. Better News in the Livermore Valley West 5 80 at El Charro earlier accent there that's been cleared. So lanes are open. However, the damage done it is a solid backup all the way through the Altamont Pass 2 to 5 traffics. Just been slow all morning long. Also better news in Burlingame north, one of one at Peninsula two Vehicle accident Clear. Two planes are open there, but it is fact up very heavily to Hillsdale. Favorites Toll Plaza metering lights are on. It is a solid back up into the maze. Not bad on the bridge itself. West 80 on the shore, slow from golden Gate fields to Ashby and North 8 80 very slow approaching the diamond lane splitting That's traffic. I'm.
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"Welcome back to the bench SSL the actual details of president from plan basically is saying reality is reality let's be real about this even the Clinton and Obama administrations recognized that Israel was never going to do it was never going to withdraw from areas like a fraud which has I think what twenty thirty thousand people living there they were never going to simply withdraw from that area instead there would be Wednesday lance what for something from says listen it these are disputed areas these are not critical Palestinian areas these are just muted areas because number one Israel one these areas in a defensive war two Israelis have a historic connections when in fact the most historic areas of Israel are not Tel Aviv and and hi fi most historic areas of Israel are places there in the west bank a writer in Judea and Samaria and places like a broad I did that that's that's just a simple truth and also trump is recognizing wasn't the Palestinians can either take the same or the situation on the ground is is moving away from them because they refused to accept the state because the truth is Israel be much more willing to deal with the state that was not trying to murder them at every turn and they are willing to deal with the terror state is going to use its bases a watch for as a launch point for attack right now I can go back to the out of its borders of three sixty seven so trump makes this announcement that is that is the basic basic now spent you know they'll be foreign aid to Palestinians and they're going to they're going to open their economy that economic aid will flow again Israelis accepted a horrible deal in nineteen for a much worse you'll miss one in nineteen forty seven the Palestinians rejected deals much better than this one at every turn so what trump is really doing here what this really does show if the Palestinians are intransigent again because they're always intransigent because their goal was never any sort of peace deal it was the full scale destruction of the state of Israel simple as that so under the under the peace vision the the quote unquote settlers would remain in place I got amazing Israel's expected have a twenty percent their population the Palestinian authority's expected to have a completely you wouldn't run state all Jews expelled but don't worry Israel this the apartheid state gang it's pretty incredible is retain sovereignty in areas that we need to retain sovereignty in order to guarantee its own security no no no no Palestinians will be forced to leave their homes no Jews will be forced to leave their homes there will be a highway between the Gaza Strip and the west bank and that will allow free transportation and in the end the Palestinians will be reintegrated into the world economy now what is this really the Palestinian authority meet the rejected out of hand immediately rejected this this is not any surprise of course they did in fact Palestinians wellness ring burn crap which is called Tuesday in the Gaza Strip anyone on the burn stuff because you mean in response to a peace offer the Palestinians got violent that is only the history of the entire Middle East situation every single time ever in history Hey here's a little bit of video from I believe this one is from on the west bank where Palestinians are burning things in writing which is not a giant surprise again when you're indoctrinated for seventy years in the belief that if you just hold out long enough the Jews will disappear and of course this is exactly what happens as soon as you are offered a state of your own remember Israelis were offered a state of their own in nineteen forty seven a rump state was indefensible without any arms to defend it and they took it because they wanted the state housing is don't wanna stay because one the annihilation of the state of Israel and of story okay so this happens enough with boss comes out and he says a thousand knows a thousand nose to the deal of the century according to Mahmoud Abbas and so this is what he had to say this terror this terrorist piece of garbage is I'll explain a second Abbas send money to the families of terrorist name streets after terrorist you celebrate them as martyrs and yet he is purported to be the great peace partner for the Israelis it's a joke as a savage joke against Jews the same week that the world celebrates they will celebrate commemorate the seventy fifth anniversary of the liberation of Auschwitz we got all these people tagging never again on on Twitter the same people are like a mom about what a wonderful guy literally wrote his thesis in grad school on Holocaust denial and also happens to be a rabid anti semite who supports the murders of Jews pretty much anywhere happens there is a mosque would Abbas saying a thousand nose to the to the trump peace deal we describe Richter as a slab of the century multitude of the century I'm the bike government and we are going to return it in the summer of slapstick to our to this day all of our situation remember that way for the children of the day after we have heard the old this nonsense of from the beginning to the end we would say one thousand times middle no no because you're playing as if from it made a better offer he wouldn't be saying a thousand times no he was literally offered everything you could possibly want in two thousand eight by who'd on there and he rejected it he rejected it outright the fact is until the Palestinian people ask the leadership and and put people in place we want to make a peace deal there will be no peace deal it is that simple because the people like here's the truth the reason I must walk away from the peace deal in two thousand eight is Abbas knew he would likely be killed by terrorist groups was making deals with if you made a deal that's what actually happened in two thousand eight it also happened in two thousand so that the media are playing this again as trump's shortcoming but weirdly enough we only have the actual store here has nothing to do with the left wing it has nothing to do with the Europeans because you know who is okay with this here's the real story the real story that matters in the trump peace deal here is what matters Saudi Arabia Egypt Qatar and the UAE issued a statement welcoming the peace plan you know that is a shocker the reason that is a shocker is because Saudi Arabia Egypt the concern you a not so much to tell you ready in Egypt were directly involved in the nineteen forty eight nineteen sixty seven and nineteen seventy three wars they stood directly against the existence of the state was released we're still calling it as I understand today until five minutes ago so they've dramatically shifted their position on this this is a recognition that Israel will continue to exist by the Arab world that's the part of this the matters because it the light it's been told by the left and it is an absolute outright lie is that at the center of all conflict in the Middle East why the Israelis and the Palestinians if only we could solve this canker and that would solve everything if we could just fix this thing if the Israelis would just be less intransigent and less mean unless cruel and if they would just give the Palestinians what they want everyone would get along and the world would sing is one and it's absolute garbage not only was not true fifty years ago it is certainly not for now the Saudis the Egyptians Qatar the UAE Jordanians they do not want the Palestinians over running the state of Israel they do not want the Palestinians in control of Jerusalem they don't care about the Palestinians in control of Jerusalem because they think the Palestinians are run by violent terrorist groups because they are run by violent terrorist groups so this is their knowledge mint and this is the part that matters does it or five minutes really this is historic and everybody's going to ignore it and pretend it comes in it yet he is not this is a smart plan the reason it's smart plan is because the possibility of normalization of relations between a bunch of the Arab countries and Israel is a very very possible it is definitely possible which by the way would have been the sought out come of the peace deal right what what exactly where it was everyone's you can dissolve in the region whatever was seeking to solve is the recognition by the Arabs that Israel exists and that gets solved okay that's being sold right now because this is just a recognition of what happens on the ground trump says listen this is a realistic endpoint and what you guys are you know what you guys are complaining about I don't understand like you want to make a deal you can make a deal a thousand times before here's another opportunity make a deal you keep rejecting deals there will be no deal our proposal provides precise technical solutions.
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"Okay do you want me to take off the shorts I'm wearing now you should take the often hear that out for are you sure take them off here okay the insult comic dog hi this is Kayla so here my shorts and taking them off right now I notice you haven't worn any like boxer briefs or anything like just got straight boxers very sexy they look very very dirty as well those as well you want me to take my box is absolutely on a little show we gotta get you very very clean for this and I want you to go to the the basketball game all dirty point get out of these boxers I was getting some basketball for from your mom because mine were dirty okay do you want me to leave you two alone that you look like you're in the middle of something get the gold this is the want to jump in here let's get a three way basketball shorts change going okay but that's my mom do that's going to be really disturbing it's okay we can work past the observing and nature of it all in the Gaza Strip world one thing is all of the chemical brothers good guys and then I got a few of the sex I mean I really took my shorts off in the studio was the first time is certainly will be you really I saw this list of stuff that.
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"As we continue shop manager all right maybe it's maybe it's me Linda am I being clear about me not wanting foreign wall a war am I clear I'm clear yeah it's a crystal I can I be any more specific no one but we have a media that's asking about plastic straws while I'm trying to find out what they did that it was disgusting what they did to a membership play little that we get back but I know a lot of people want to I want to take calls last half hour but all I'm saying is I believe in simple math E. equals MC squared is not the speed of light sure sure okay I was a music major so I wouldn't take answers okay on a square Hey squared posed you know is is that a mathematical formula okay radical mullahs with with weapons of mass destruction people that have no problem killing other innocent people that don't think the way they do with nuclear weapons does that have the potential real potential of a modern day Holocaust in your view yeah yeah I was really scary yeah it's really scary and a hundred million around human souls were killed in the last century alone listen we visited Israel's Gaza Strip Twyman ism it's fashions in this stuff is real stuff is real and all I'm saying is I don't want to boots on the ground but I'm just saying if these guys are getting close to a nuke both sides gotta go that's it simple math to prevent C. squared a square be squared radicalism nuclear weapons modern day Holocaust potential I don't want that to happen your calls are next your call Houston's news weather or traffic.
"gaza strip" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY
"He's back with you now because when it comes to the fight for truth. So fuck never stops. Have every right to defend themselves. I've seen video that we can't validate just yet. But where there have been strikes on homes civilian populations. These rockets were fired with civilians around them in order to protect return from return fire. Israel has a right to protect itself. And that means that there are going to be some serious reprisals. If HAMAs fires more master volleys of rockets Palestinian, Islamic Jihad terrorist organizations that do not wanna live side by side with the state of Israel. They want you Radic eight the state of Israel where is this going? Now what happens next we have a friend dominant foon on the line with us. He is the editor in chief of the alga minor and Donald great to have you as always. All right. I what what created this most recent? I mean to the best of your knowledge and your sources in Israel. What what what created this most recent violent exchange? Situation that you have over there on the ground is basically the books, you know, it can take any time. I mean, there are tens of thousands of advancements sitting there, and basically it's just a question as to whether the the lead is in Gaza one switch it on switch it off. So there are two major groups in the that have the ability to fire a serious amount of of munitions into the Jewish state. The leaders of a group called summa payment paymaster, the mainly Sunni. It's states like Qatar, for example, the death slightly more independent and their objective at this stage. Probably has more to do with shaking down the government. But the amount funds into the strict that they can then use loosening of the restrictions and importing cement or other banned items into the triple or eisenson have been you. Used to then turn around in Kuwait weapons that he used to get your state like peritoneal, for example. So why now when HAMAs escalating now because you know, there's been a delay apparently in the payments, and tens of money is allowed to come through. They often send that Israel has. It's it's independent states liberations coming up to hosting Eurovision in two weeks. So they see it quite should that people for shakedown of a hick and Israel looking to either for the same reasons, then you have the second major group terror groups that that vies for influence in the Gaza Strip, which is limited to hunter group, which is backed by Iran when Iran tells them to pull the trigger. That's when they're going to pull the trigger and oversee a run has an entirely different set of considerations. When they wanna throw the world's attention away from themselves sometimes. And of course, there are other objectives as well. We've seen some pretty cryptic news coming out of Israel, some reports in the Hebrew media saying there was a secret. Reason as to why is building to take this fight further. This time. It seems that they've sort of capitulated the what the demand was allowing the money in the same money will come in and Fennell thing they're quite now. Do you think that this is this is not the beginning of of some broader? War, some broader military action. It sounds almost like the way the way you describe it Dodd this is like a a mafia state in the case of of what's going on on Gaza. That's doing this to just demand some cash. That's a good way to put it. I mean, we we see these flares from time to time having said that everybody in Israel knows that is a matter of time until an all out war is going to have to take place. The only question really is when so now is the time. Now, the objectives the difference in these. So it seems as of the ceasefire holding this morning, but you know, in the end of the day, you have a scenario and the only way to end the threat for Israel is basically to send in grant's forces. That's gonna come with the cost of thousand or more rarely lives. Maybe you can tell and knows Reggie leader. Ready to take that step of this stage. Having said that, you know, the citizens of southern Israel and the citizens of Israel in general of angry frustrated, they see no end in sight and the note winning to live under the shadow of the strip forever. Now, the Israelis pulled out of Gaza. Right. So you often hear people in the media in in this country, say well, you know, the they'll talk about the occupation of Gaza. But, but there is no occupation of Gaza. How has this affected Isreaeli opinion about what the the proper security posture is vis-a-vis Gaza? And and, you know, just just what is what is this meant inside of the inside of his Rayleigh politics. When you see that they pulled out, right? Israeli forces pulled out on it was not some small concession involved. A lot of logistics and the abandonment of territory and moving settlers, and and Gaza has not been any. But really a a problem for the region. I mean, it's not like God has responded to this by and we'll we'll we'll act in good faith now going forward quite the opposite. So I'm just wondering how is it affected? The perception of the pullout and how one must deal with HAMAs going forward. That's a very good question. And today, I was actually on the back in two thousand five when he's out of Gaza. So I saw you know, some of the sentiments and and and the emotions that that. Felt in the country at the time. And I think in the end of the day. It's put a nail in the coffin to the land for peace concepts. You know, people want a couple of weeks ago points in related people wonder, how does it sort of terminent majority for the right wing blocked in Israel. And that's what that's what it's born of. I mean, even the the position even even the the major party that gave no run for his money. They're Wilson talking about this land for peace tyrant mean news is ready. Try these Randy's tried it with also they gave a lot of control or Tony to the Palestinian Authority of the pillow. And they were the response was the second defended fomented Blundell over the streets thousand casualties, they tried. It was southern Lebanon. What they have today is is probably under fifty thousand rockets pointing them from from Hezbollah in southern Lebanon, and they try to. Every single Sunday vacate territory, it becomes a terror breeding ground that a terror terrorist controlled territory, the puts Israel and further and further and further danger. The it's ready people permanently traumatized by this concept. Which is why when we see in new peace plan of AOL, but the Trump administration which they've been promising now for some time and then expecting sometimes I think in the summit to be unveiling. I think that that going to shy away from a central Soka. Some the length of peace paragons because there's just no appetite for whatsoever. And how is the Trump administration doing in terms of the relationship with Israel and and backing them? And is there really is there a feeling of a difference between how Trump and his his cabinet, and the people that are running national security over here interact with Netanyahu in the Israeli state from from what we saw under the Obama years. Oh, there's no question. You know? I'm sure you're familiar with the biblical story of Joseph and Sarah. The is a feminine. The is plenty if the is whether he is a feminine. These are the is plenty there has never been in administration that is more aligned with the Israeli perspective of the region will view ideology, and certainly as strategic understandings, and this is not, you know, me saying that the pundit, you know, I've heard this from ambassadors from from ministers ready to the play Minnesota. I mean, they almost cannot believe in. I mean, that's that's really how how good it is. I mean we saw yesterday. Is responding to this this incredible courage singer ninety oh so missile funds from fort that some the Israeli side. And the American was fun was go get him in the we you whatever you wanna do. We saw we solve the vice president the president secretary compare. Can you just played up that old points in support? And this would be uncut Obama administration, and even in the Bush administration, you had this sort of support that there was also this, you know. Calling on all sides to to tone things down, you know, this sort of evening out of of the of the playing field, you know, as opposed to you know, this full support for the Israeli condition. That was saying today definitely is a difference. And I think it's one that has some very important implications for the region speaking of which Donald where do you think all this goes? I mean, what are we just in? This this cycle for the next. You know, the next ten years is is is they're going to ever be some form of a of a of a real Palestinian state that will take shape in some of these. Territories now where you have the Palestinian majority. You know, what what is the Israeli position on what the what the region should look like in in ten or fifteen years. A lot of people feel as though actually is already gone if it independently in an independent territory that is ruled by Palestinian said we've they've seen. What's what's come? So the the question is really going to be. You know, it says can be any more land to see them. I think the answer is it's not it's not nice that's gonna take place. So the question is, you know, what's going to happen with the territory that exists? What's gonna happen with God's on? What's gonna happen with with the West Bank? You know, they'll be different unsuspecting than when the westbound it seems that there's something of a waiting game going on you have a boss holding onto control. And you know, he he's sort of the the twilight of his of his twenty zone of his career looking and thinking and saying who might be successively, and that that will probably be the most likely scenario for the most likely question that can be asking before taking further steps, and then there's also been some talk of annexation from these rainy side of some of the territory of their was was something that neighborhood spoke of his campaign. So the that we're going to be waiting to see how serious. That promise was that idea was intensive Gaza. It's it's run by some us. There's only one real way to deal with it. And that's you know. A military invasion, which which will be blood in and and a really nasty prospects. So in that sense, you know, it's the the candidates being kicked down the road. And you know, remains to be seen if anybody's going to bite the bullet, or if it's or or system, but you know, this is so that we don't think is pushing this expected Kushner peace plan, you don't see this going anywhere. Well, the plan, you know, the the way that the we've said the way that I've said, you know, based on what we've heard based on what we've seen should not be viewed. You know as a continuation of previous peace plan. You know, this this sort of land for peace business. I think they're gonna they're gonna present something very very different when they gonna focus on sort of regional Pete's. It's not going to be Israel and the Palestinians is conventionally a widening of the peace discussions. It's going to be as we're on the hour boil there's going to be a lot of sort of economic incentives, and and and roadmaps enough a chance he's presented. So I think that the goals are actually very different. I mean, we using similar language, right? We're talking about a peace plan. But I don't think it's going to be anything like any peace done that we've witnessed before. And you know, we see a lot of pundits, you know, especially in a former State Department. Officials and others who are negotiate who are involved in previous discussions talking about how it's doomed to fail. It may be the case. And it may be the case that that depends tenant will reject it and a hand, but the Americans in the White House and Christian team, and they won that they know what dependents tins when accept and what they won't accept and what they embarking on Heff that have to take that into consideration. They know that it's that the Palestinians won't accept it. Then working on a framework that can that can create some value and move forward with of without Tennyson. And I think that's going to become clear as as more details up emerge, but you know, based on the few comments that we've seen until now just our understanding of of the attitude of the coach, I think what we're going to see it's going to be very different to anything we've ever seen before. All right, my friend. Thanks so much dominates. Everybody editor in chief of the alga. Minor. Check out the latest on news that affects Israel and the Jewish people in the. Middle East and great to have you on as always always a place to go is all right team. We'll be back in just a moment. This stories that had the capital region. Talking shock band jelly, every weekday mornings five thirty to nine on Donald you G Y. I'm with Mark buckman here in studio. United States navy veteran and CEO of global verification network, Mark..
"gaza strip" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"And the boss continue to battle in the Gaza. Strip the latest from the media lines Charles people's are the Israel defense forces resumed strikes in the HAMAs ruled Gaza Strip Tuesday night, it was the second consecutive day of hostilities, raising the specter of a potential major clash yahtzee Kuperwasser, former director general of Israel's ministry of strategic affairs believes that HAMAs actions this weekend will determine the extent to which the military exchanges. Continue major question right now is whether they're going to be ready, not only to keep some sort of food yachting launching rockets to be ready to put an end to the ongoing harassment of these really along the border fence Friday so-called, March of return protests coincide with two key anniversaries that are likely to inflame passions even further. I'm Charles vivas air, townhall news Jerusalem. Breaking news and analysis at townhall dot com. The cyclone has killed at least four to sixty people in Mozambique, and let one point eight billion people in need of urgent help beaks president estimates that around one thousand people may have died in the flood hit nation. -mergency respond to say the toll could be higher as flood waters drain away and reveal more bodies of the actual number of dead may never be known. Meanwhile, medical charity Doctors Without Borders on the ground in the stricken city of Beira reports the people that drinking from contaminated wells, the group says it seen hundreds of cases of acute watery diarrhea in the past few days. I'm charlesetta desma. Indigenous groups across Brazil protested Wednesday against her proposal to transfer indigenous health services from the federal government to municipalities saying it'd be a major setback for their communities hundreds of demonstrators and traditional garb.
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"But that's real. Yeah. Those fuckers, and and it was like one of ten siblings. Burs? I'm sure the parents didn't pay attention. You're right and be hard to you're right. And it's kind of worth we're I think generational becoming better. Maybe. Yeah. Or maybe and also part of our spirit. I think is becoming weaker that like like, you know, where we get told we get or a lot more in this help time, you know, I noticed like my mother, you know, later in her life is read more self help books like that kind of thing is become more. They maybe introspection maybe our kids will be more on the way out of that. Maybe we're they're not they're just living their lives and not examining. It's almost a blessing to be able to sit here and examine what our lives that like, you know, because otherwise we'd be like, you know, an fucking fighting shelter. Yeah. Hunting leopards. Yeah. When you're in. Yeah. You don't have time real salt of the earth shit. We need some fucking survival Bernie to wash. Well, that's why I'm that's why I'm so anxious because people watch fucking batch lots of gold rush. Dude, man, I watched golden times. Those guys are great like, man. Fucking spent a winter in Alaska blown-up mountains when I make two hundred bucks. It was a good. It was a good one ma'am versus y hunts goal and versus Detroit if you seen that no ROY. Now, it is there that show just some guy just trying to survive in Detroit. Oh, yeah. You're fucking with a lot of chances. That's probably the most dangerous. Yeah. Of all. Yeah. A lot of missing dateline. A lot of that shit. You know, a lot of people go missing in Detroit. Yeah. You know? It's almost become like the thing to do. Like you've seen Larry no escape room. I level scape. Actually, there's a company. I heard a, you know, they have like. Yeah. You know, how they have like really cool paintball obstacle courses paintball war. That's Detroit, essentially, somebody opened up a Gaza Strip paintball place gear that. That's fucked up if no yeah. I did hear that. I know you're fucking. I'm trying to think of where that set. I think the. Yeah, it's somewhere in LA it somewhere out. Yeah. And once site is is really one side. I hear it's a real fucking showdown over there. That's the fast, man. And then there's really you get there's really site and you get like fly by paint buckets just dropped paint on the on the Palestinians. But it's not as it's mostly American Jewish people out there. So it's like a lot inhalers a lot of people with asthma. But it's yeah. But it's fine because they have the they have got like just tubs paint. Pay. Yeah. So they have around the rollers. How much time we got. I got thirty minutes. I'm savoring every minute with this. We go back into that conversation man doing future traveling because. Yeah. So. I signed is like humanity. He's a guy is like a paradigm shift guy. Like nothing was the same after him bright this one guy out of billions, and that's the numbers game. Like I could have easily. He almost got wiped out by the not by the Nazi eighty really. Yeah. He escaped World War Two to America. You survived. Barely you almost got wiped out the millions and millions of people that were wiped out. Just imagine what could have been lost potential that one person has to change the world forever to little gut little lining. Yeah. You know? And so I and then so I think about that. And then how is such a numbers game? Right. Like, you've got all humanity. And then like every like thousand years one do comes along who. So fucking smart. He's a change everything. He's with the fuck if you guys been doing you got cheese and bread. You have no sandwiches. He there was a guy that did that his name was Sam Williams sandwich, really on Wikipedia. Look it up a while Williams sandwich. I'll look that up man. Yes. But yeah, Einstein was that guy did. And that's why I thought maybe he could be from the future because if you come from the future..
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"Comas forces mustered terrorist group that has been praised by people including Jeremy Corbyn in the west. Media coverage of this has been exorbitantly minimal. It's been nearly no media coverage of this at all. Meanwhile, there is another terrorist attack in Israel today terrorist attack by terrorists rewarded by HAMAs against a thirty a forty seven year old father of twelve. He was he was murdered by terrorists. His name was rabbi Ed singer in the settlement of Ellie on Monday. He was buried on Monday. Meanwhile, he he apparently was the dean of a historic issue, which is a study place for Jews in Israel. Also, they serve in the army. He was murdered on over the weekend. And hamas. The government was handing out candies to citizens. So as we say the threat of radical Islam still exists throughout the world that is mostly directed in essence, not at Christians or Jews, although both of them are targeted by radical Muslims, but it is largely targeted at other Muslims, statistically, speaking. Statistically, speaking in two thousand seventeen radical Islam was responsible for some eighty four thousand deaths and that does not include the deaths in Syria that are perpetrated by the Syrian government. For example. According to CBS news this from September of last year. A new report tracking the roots spread and affects violence Islamist extremism. Founded one hundred twenty one groups that share elements from a common ideology. Now, operating worldwide their activities resulted in the deaths and eighty four thousand people nearly twenty two thousand of them civilians in sixty six countries in two thousand seventeen former British Prime Minister, Tony Blair said that Islamist extremism global growing, you said it didn't begin with all kinds of nor will it end within feet of ISIS. Global extremist monitor which is produced by Blair's, economists nonprofit that Tony Blair institute for global change thrown hundreds of English language news sources that reported on incidents of violence extremism in two thousand seventeen there were a total of seven thousand eight hundred and forty-one attacks in average of twenty one day in forty eight countries. Overall, Muslims were by far most frequent victims of these deadly attacks. Many of these attacks were taking place in Syria. Didn't include Syrian conflict. I meant that it didn't include the Syrian government which has been murdering its own citizens. Well, a separate recent UN reports said they're still between twenty and thirty thousand ISIS fighters still operating across Iraq and Syria. This is as of September of last year. So radical Islam continues to be a threat HAMAs. You mentioned earlier is another report that is just breaking out of the Gaza Strip. Not only has fired on its own citizens starting last Thursday seventeen. Reporters have been arrested the on on to Israel, and the Palestinian areas said some were brutally beaten, according to the times of Israel. The UN envoy to Israel and the Palestinian. Territories Nicolay enough stated quote, I'm particularly alarmed by the brutal beating of journalists and staff from the independent commission for human rights and the rating of homes suffering people of Gaza were protesting the dire economic conditions and demanded an improvement in the quality of life in the Gaza Strip. It is the right to protest without fear of reprisal. He said, I call on all Palestinian factions to engage in earnest with Egypt's in order to implement the Cairo agreement in the United Nations will continue its efforts to avoid escalation relieve the suffering of people in Gaza lifted closures and support reconciliation in one twenty four hour period over the weekend. Eighty protestors were arrested even Amnesty International which has historically ignored. The sort of thing is now condemning the brutality of HAMAs, and the reason I mentioned all of this because there is a hard push that is being made to essentially say that anyone who criticizes radical Islam at this point is responsible for the terrorist attack. In Christ Church is quite possible to criticize radical Islam without being responsible for the murder of Muslim Muslim innocence in Christ Church. And in fact, it is the height. It's really is the height of Gaul for people to suggest that you don't care about Muslims when you say that radical Islam has to be fought only say that Islam has an endemic problem with terrorism and radicalism. You do not have to obscure facts in order to protect innocent Muslims. Muslims in Christ Church were innocent that has legitimately nothing to do with criticism of KamAz with criticism of ISIS with criticism of leaders in the Muslim community who have not come forward and condemned terrorism both in the west and elsewhere. None of that suggests that people who are going to pray at a mosque should be targeted. And yet that is the argument that is being made increasingly by folks in the mainstream of the media as well as on the left, and that's been extended now to include for example, Representative Ilhan, Omar. There are a bunch of folks have come out of the woodwork to suggest that L Hanno. Mar if you criticize her as a Jew or an anti Semite, which she is that this is somehow stoking violence against Muslims were innocent. Is that even soaking violence against Omar? There are plenty of people who hate Jews. Nobody should be treated with violence stated that I'm an orthodox Jew. The Nazis should not be treated with violence unless they are legitimately violent. In the media have an agenda here, and the agenda is to prevent any significant discussion of actual problems of radical Islam. In the name of supposedly protecting innocence. We'll get some more of that in just one second. I we have to talk about that timeshare. The last time you're on vacation. Have you booked that timeshare for the summer get did you get the weekend once in the location you want? No shocker, that's probably because a non timeshare owner rented it before you had a chance to if you're tired of paying for something. You're unable to use. If you feel like you were sold the bucket of lies. 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"gaza strip" Discussed on AP News
"Major native American art exhibit is being shown in the American wing of the Metropolitan Museum of art for the first time ever before this native American art was shown in tribal arts exhibits like arts of Africa. It's an important distinction. The museum says because it celebrates contributions of a culture that has been marginalized. The museum says the exhibit treats the pieces as works of American art, not as a collector's cabinet the exhibit will remain on view through October, sixth evil, longoria Dora's mom, and now a film director. She leads today's birthday roundup. We've just wrapped door explorer in Australia. We're filming not drug charges against an actor have led entertainment company Sega to cancel shipments of its video game judgment also known as judge is Japan's health ministry. Drug division said actor a musician Pierre Taki who's fifty one was arrested earlier this week on suspicion of using cocaine. The game depicts a detective fighting crime in a fictitious town it when I'm sailing December in Japan and was set to ship overseas in June Sega's up Thursday that what's already been sold and shipped to retailers will remain unchanged. The company also apologized talkie has appeared in various movies, including the 2013 crime drama, the devil's path Andy Lita techno band. Toppmoller prosecutor leaving. I'm Tim Maguire the napi newsmen at one of the most prominent prosecutors working for special counsel, Robert Muller. Andrew Weisman is leaving the team soon a likely indication. The investigation is close to wrapping up. Former Texas congressman Baidoa rock says he's running for the democratic party's presidential nomination. Running to serve you as the next president of the United States of America. Roar campaigning in Iowa joins a field crowded with a number of senators governors and others Israeli jets attack areas in the Gaza Strip in response to a rocket attack on Tel Aviv military says the attacks are on terror sites. However gave no further details. Palestinian media says a HAMAs naval base has been targeted. NBC shaking up late night TV given Carson Daley slot to a woman of color, who's a star on YouTube network says a new half hour show, titled a little late with Lilly..
"gaza strip" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio
"In the Gaza Strip early Friday Palestinian witnesses said Israeli planes bombed two HAMAs security positions in the south and north of the territory Israeli army confirmed that it was tacking what it called Tara sites in Gaza hours after it said two rockets were launched from the enclave and the Tel Aviv area. That's all we know. Right now. We'll keep an eye on this, ladies and gentlemen. I know you've all been waiting for this. Beato dork or is it Dato dork? Is it Robert Francis of dork? A man of many names of. Any of us. Announce for president today. Ladies and gentlemen. A man who was convicted of a DUI, isn't that? Right. Mr producer. Which makes him Kennedy esque, doesn't it? Like, a Kennedy Camelot. Bego, ladies and gentlemen, aka Robert Francis dork. Cut seven go. This is a defining moment of truth for this country and for every single one of us now, wait a minute. What's the defining moment of truth for this country, and every single one of us give it defining moment of truth or something going on, Mr. producer? Let's say to you. I mean, what's beta talking about? Go ahead. Please challenges that we face right now, the interconnected crises in our economy, our democracy and our climate wait a minute the interconnected crises of our economy, our democracy and our climate. Wow. I haven't read such brilliant words or heard them since last time I cracked open a fortune cookie. Go ahead. Urban greater and they will either consume us. They will Ford us the greatest opportunity to unleash the genius of the United States of America outdoor. I must confess. I have no idea what you're talking about. What are you talking about? What are you going to consume us or give us the greatest opportunity? Tell us. What is it not following? Go ahead. This moment of peril produces perhaps the greatest moment of promise for this country. And for everyone inside what moment of peril. The interconnecting of the economy. Climate and what was the other one? I can't remember it's been such Perelman. I minus frozen. The we have the greatest moment of promise for this country, and for everyone inside ever ever and Bego outdoor is going to ensure that this is the greatest moment or the worst moment vote for me. It's the greatest moment don't vote for me. It's the worst moment. Go ahead. We can begin by fixing our democracy and ensuring that our government works for everyone and not just for corporation. What does that mean that our government works for everyone and not just for corporations? What does that mean? The government doesn't work for me it steals from me. But it's supposed to work for everyone. It's not working as a working for you. Mr producer. I feel like there's some of us are carrying the load in some of the people who are load. So how can it work for all of us every one of us and not just for corporations Mayanja? Go ahead. We can invest in the dignity of those who work and those who seek to work. How do you invest in dignity? What does that mean? I'm sorry. This is like a third grade English paper, we can invest in the dignity of those who work and those who seek the work invest in the dignity. What does he mean by that? I have no idea does anybody know what by having open borders, and illegal aliens commit isn't this the the one man brain trust. Who said we ought to take down the barriers we already have. Well, then how will we be able to invest in the dignity of those who work in those who seek to work. Go ahead can ensure that every single American can see a doctor envy well enough to live to their full potential. Well, how are we going to ensure that every single American can see a doctor? Are we going to enslave the doctors? How does this work? And well enough to live to their full potential. How can we ensure that people will live to their full and poten- isn't that up to the individual? Does he keeps talking about we can do this? The government can do that. He never talks about the individual. He never talks about liberty. So that was forty five seconds of the great Robert Francis Pedo dork. He said absolutely nothing was absolutely incoherent. Which is why the media and Hollywood love him. They love him. He's like Kennedy with the DUI and everything else. Let's continue shall we? With Mickey Mouse. I mean veto Robert Francis. Oh dork. Go right ahead and all of us wherever you live can acknowledge that have immigration is a problem. It's the best possible problem for this country to have and we should ensure that they're well. What is what does that mean? If immigration problem. It's the best possible problem for this country. What does that mean? Does that mean, no immigration laws whatsoever? Then why have any tax laws? Why have any laws that apply to American citizens? Have. You're not gonna many laws that applied. Immigrants are illegal alien. Why have any laws at all? We can have one big sanctuary country for the American citizen. What are you say guys? Is this guy a comic book character or what? He's got the brain of a three year old. Go right ahead. Please house to work to be with family and to flee persecution. We can't wait a minute. Wait a minute. I could've sworn the Democrats have told us. That America is a nation of systemic racism. Poor people can't rise for rich people rip off. The injustice of capitalism. Systemic racism in our Justice system. Why would people flee persecution to come to a country where they'll be persecuted can somebody please explain that to me? Let's go back to Confucius. I mean, let's go back to dork. Go ahead to do. And lift up rural America, we can work going to lift up roller rural America, also. He doesn't tell us. We can listen and lift up rural America. What does that mean? It means nothing. He doesn't mean it to mean anything. He's a walking talking platitude. Gerrad ahead. Please Justice reform and confront the hard truths of slavery and segregation in subways never confronted the hard troops of slavery. Maybe he missed it. In history class we had what was called a civil war. Whether we're over seven hundred thousand cows, he aware this. See aware that his party helped perpetuate slavery and segregation. Now, we've never confronted slavery in this country. Ladies and gentlemen, never ever. So what are we doing now about slavery? What should we do? What should we do about slavery? Now. I don't know. He doesn't tell us. It's not clear to me. Segregation suppression in the United States of America. Fall committed by the democrat party, and he forgot to mention internment of Japanese-Americans Americans of Japanese descent. Go ahead is United States of America. We can reassert our global leadership an end these decades long wars and be there for every woman and man who served in them. And what does that mean? What does that mean? What are you going to do for every veteran every man and woman who has what are you gonna do? If government run health care. President United States has taken steps to open up the system Sar vets can have better quality healthcare, at least choices. What are you gonna do? I think he's not gonna do anything. Go ahead. And perhaps most importantly of all because our very existence depends on it. We can unleash the ingenuity and creativity of millions of Americans who want to ensure oh, how are you going to do that since you hate capitalism? You hate individualism eight freedom. You believe in centralized iron-fisted autocracy, how are you going to unleash the creativity of millions? Go ahead burp confront the challenge of climate change before it's too late confront the challenge of climate change before it's too late. Ladies and gentlemen, we have got to destroy our lifestyles destroy our homes destroyed our automobiles destroy the greatness of America. Otherwise, it'll be too late and we have to fast because we only have ten to twelve years to survive. Those of you have long term mortgages, you don't have to worry about him anymore. That's right. Those of you have long term mortgages, sit tight you want to pay him any more because the country is going to dissolve apparently. Apparently. So. But oh dork wasn't done. He was in Iowa today. Cut nine go is on the.
"gaza strip" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM
"Fox News. President Trump says he's ready for his first veto as the Senate votes to terminate his declaration of a national emergency fund the border wall. The first time since taking office President Trump will issue a veto after the Senate passed a resolution to terminate the national emergency in the southern border. All forty seven Democrats voted. Yes. As did twelve Republicans, including Tennessee's Lamar Alexander who says he has fought for more border wall money, but that is not an excuse to ignore the constitutional separation of powers, the house passed a resolution already, but neither chambers. Expected to have the two thirds majority required to override the president's veto. Fox's Jared Halpern on Capitol Hill. The Israeli military says it's begun attacking sites on the Gaza Strip are along the border has witnessed numerous targets hit inside Gaza militants are launching more rockets towards Israel, a number of the recent launches. From Gaza were intercepted by Israel's missile defense system. The iron don't the two largest factions inside Gaza, HAMAs and Islamic Jihad say they are not responsible for tonight's rocket fire. Although Israel says HAMAs did launch the original attack? Fox's trae Yanks on the Israel Gaza border to democratic presidential candidates on the road tonight. Former Texas congressman Beddoe Aurora in Iowa we're going to have guaranteed high-quality universal healthcare for every single American. Then we as a country have to come around that shared goal for Mont, independent Senator Bernie Sanders in South Carolina. Donald Trump and the fossil fuel industry that climate change is not a hoax,.
"gaza strip" Discussed on KNST AM 790
"Hello. Ladies and gentlemen, I told you that missiles were fired the Tel Aviv area from the Gaza Strip. Israel has responded. Reuters explosions were heard in the Gaza Strip early Friday Palestinian witnesses said Israeli planes bond to HAMAs security positions in the south and north of the territory Israeli army confirmed that it was attacking what it called terrorist sites in Gaza hours after it said two rockets were launched from the enclave and the Tel Aviv area. That's all we know. Right now, we'll keep an eye on this, ladies and gentlemen. All right. I know you've all been waiting for this. I know. Yeah. Dork. Or is it beta dork? Robert Francis dork. A man of many names a man of. Any of us. He downs for president today. Ladies and gentlemen. A man who was convicted of a DUI, isn't that? Right. Mr producer. Which makes him Kennedy-esque doesn't it? Like, a Kennedy Camelot. Bego, ladies and gentlemen, aka Robert Francis dork. Cut seven go. This is a defining moment of truth for this country and for every single one of us now, wait a minute. What's the defining moment of truth for this country, and every single one of us have a defining moment of truth or something going on, Mr. producer? The city. I mean, what's beta talking about? Go ahead. Please challenges that we face right now, the interconnected crises in our economy, our democracy and our climate wait a minute the interconnected crises of our economy, our democracy and our climate. Wow. I haven't read such brilliant words or heard them since the last time I cracked open a fortune cookie. Go ahead. Urban greater and they will either consume us. They will Ford us the greatest opportunity to unleash the genius of the United States of America. I must confess. I have no idea what you're talking about. What are you talking about? What are you going to consume us or the greatest opportunity tell us? What is it? I'm not following. Go ahead. The words this moment of peril produces perhaps the greatest moment of promise for this country. And for everyone inside of it. What moment of peril? The interconnecting of the economy. Climate and what was the other one? I can't remember it's been such a parallel on my mind is frozen. We have the greatest moment of promise for this country, and for everyone inside ever ever and Bego dork is going to ensure it that this is the greatest moment or the worst moment vote for me. It's the greatest moment or don't vote for me. It's the worst moment. Go ahead. We can begin by fixing our democracy and ensuring that our government works for everyone and not just for corporations. What does that mean that our government works for everyone and not just for corporations? What does that mean? The government doesn't work from me it steals from me. But it's supposed to work for everyone. What's not working as a working for you? Mr producer. I feel like there's some of us who are carrying the load in some of the people who are loud. So how can it work for all of us every one of us? And not just for corporations Mayanja. Go ahead. We can invest in the dignity of those who work and those who seek to work. How do you invest in dignity? What does that mean? I'm sorry. This is like a third grade English paper we can invest in the dignity of those who work in those who seek to work invest in the dignity. What does he mean by that? I have no idea does anybody know what by having open borders, and illegal aliens commit isn't this the the one man brain trust. Who said we ought to take down the barriers we already have. Well, then how will we be able to invest in the dignity of those who work in those who seek to word. Go ahead can ensure that every single American can see Dr envy well enough to live to their full potential. Well, how are we going to ensure that every single American can see a doctor? Are we going to enslave the doctors? How does this work? And well enough to live to their full potential. How can we ensure that people will live to their full potential isn't that up to the individual? Now does he keeps talking about we can do this? The government can do that. He never talks about the individual. He never talks about liberty. So that was forty five seconds of the great Robert Francis Speedo dork. He said absolutely nothing was absolutely incoherent. Which is why the media and Hollywood love him. They love him. He's like Kennedy with the DUI and everything else. Let's continue shall we? With Mickey Mouse. I mean veto Robert Francis dork. Go right ahead and all of us wherever you live can acknowledge that if immigration is a problem. It's the best possible problem for this country to have and we should ensure that they're well. What is what does that mean? If immigration problem. It's the best possible problem for this country. What does that mean? Does that mean, no immigration laws whatsoever? Then why have any tax laws? Why have any laws that apply to American citizens? Have. You're not gonna many laws that apply to immigrants are illegal alien. Why have any laws at all? We can have one big sanctuary country for the American citizen. What are you guys? Is this guy a comic book character or what? He's got the brain of a three year old. Go right ahead. Please house to work to be with family and to flee persecution. We cannot wait a minute. Wait a minute. I could've sworn the Democrats have told us. That America is a nation of systemic racism. We're poor people can't rise. We're rich people rip off. The injustice of capitalism. Systemic racism in our Justice system. Why would people flee persecution to come to a country where they'll be persecuted can somebody please explain that to me? Let's go back to Confucius. I mean, let's go back to dork. Go ahead. To do and lift up rural America, we can work going to lift up roller rural America how so he doesn't tell us. We can listen and lift up rural America. What does that mean? It means nothing. He doesn't mean it to mean anything. He's a walking talking platitude. Gerrad ahead. Please Justice reform and confront the hard truths of slavery and segregation in subways never confronted, the heart troops of slavery. Maybe he missed it. In history class we had what was called a civil war. Whether we're over seven hundred thousand cows, he aware this. See aware that his party helped perpetuate slavery and segregation. No, we've never confronted slavery in this country. Ladies and gentlemen, never ever. So what are we doing now about slavery? What should we do? What should we do about slavery? Now. I don't know. He doesn't tell us. It's not clear to me. Segregation suppression in the United States of America. All committed by the democrat party. And he forgot to mention internment of Japanese-Americans Americans of Japanese descent. Go ahead. United States of America. We can reassert our global leadership an end these decades long wars and be there for every woman and man who served in them. And what does that mean? I what does that mean? What are you going to do for every veteran every man and woman who has her what are you gonna do? Choose me government, run healthcare. President United States has taken steps to open up the system surveys can have better quality healthcare, at least choices. What are you gonna do? Nothing. He's not gonna do anything. Go ahead. And perhaps most importantly of all because our very existence depends on we can unleash the ingenuity and creativity of millions of Americans who want to ensure that also how are you going to do that since you hate capitalism? You hate individualism Yad freedom. You believe in centralized iron-fisted autocracy, how are you going to unleash the creativity of millions? Go ahead. Confront the challenge of climate change before it's too late confront the challenge of climate change before it's too late. Ladies and gentlemen, we have got to destroy our lifestyles destroy our homes destroyed our automobiles destroy the greatness of America. Otherwise, it'll be too late. And we have to do it fast because we only have ten to twelve years to survive. Those of you have long term mortgages, you don't have to worry about him anymore. That's right. Those of you have long term mortgages, sit tight you want to pay more because the country is going to dissolve apparently. Apparently. So. But oh dork wasn't done. He was an Iowa today. Cut nine. Go portion is on the green new deal invite extension. If you don't mind, I'll take a spirit of the question reface catastrophe and crisis on this planet, even if we were to stop emitting carbon today right now. Wow. So in other words, there's nothing we can do even if we stop emitting carbon today. Now if you wanna stop. Emitting carbon today. Ladies and gentlemen, you need to put a bag over your head and stop breathing. Because every mammal emits carbon dioxide every mammal even liberals emit carbon dioxide this guy never stops talking. He's omitting tons and tons of carbon dioxide. So even if we stop altogether emitting carbon dioxide, by the way, which would turn us into March. We become an ice cube. It would kill every plant on the planet. If we stopped emitting carbon dioxide Jesse understand the guy doesn't even understand photosynthesis which creates what we call oxygen. So we can breathe. So even if we stopped emitting carbon dioxide today it's over. It's all over. Go ahead. Let us all be well aware that life is going to be a lot tougher for the generations. And follow us. No matter what we do. It is only a matter of degrees and along this current trajectory. There will be people who can no longer live in the cities. They call home today. There is food grown in this country that will no longer prosper in these soil. This guy is historically stupid. Now wonder Hollywood loves this guy. He is hysterically stupid. You won't be able to live in the city. We won't be. Well. Yeah. This is it this is we won't we won't be able to fool. Am I and millions and tens of me? What are we going to? He's a science fiction figure. You should go back to drinking. I think go ahead. There's going to be massive migration of tens or hundreds of millions of people from countries that are literally uninhabitable or underwater. Well, then why why are we building a wall genius? And here's what I've never understood about this hysteria. Let's say we destroy our fossil fuel energy sources..