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Truth For Life Daily Program
"hadassah" Discussed on Truth For Life Daily Program
"You've gone to see a play or a movie, there have been a lot of things going on behind the scenes that you didn't necessarily see, but that contributed to the success of the production. God's Providence is similar, and today on truth for life will take a closer look at how God is at work behind the scenes in the story of ester. Esther chapter two verse 5 now there was a Jew in susa, the Citadel, whose name was mordecai, the son of jair, son of shumai, son of kish, a benjaminite, who had been carried away from Jerusalem among the captives carried away with Jeff and I are king of Judah, whom Nebuchadnezzar, king of Babylon, had carried away. He was bringing up hadassah, that is Esther, the daughter of his uncle, for she had neither father nor mother. The young woman had a beautiful figure and was lovely to look at. And when her father and her mother died, mordecai took her as his own daughter. So when the king's order and his edict were proclaimed, and when many young women were gathered in sues of the Citadel and custody of hair guy, Esther also was taken into the king's palace and put in custody of hay guy who had charge of the women. And the young woman pleased him and won his favor. And he quickly provided her with her cosmetics and her portion of food, and with 7 chosen young women from the king's palace, and advanced her and her young women to the best place in the harem. Esther had not made no one her people or Kindred for mordecai had commanded her not to make it known. And every day mordecai walked in front of the court of the harem to learn how Esther was and what was happening to her. Incidentally, it just made me think there of Moses and the bull rushes and the way in which the passage of the family members was in proximity. They are just watching out for Moses, and yet God was watching out for those who were watching out.
Based On a True Story
"hadassah" Discussed on Based On a True Story
"And as a quick refresher, here are the two truths and one line. Number one there was a huge battle between the amalekites and the Persians and the book of Esther that we don't even see in the movie. Number two Esther's husband xerxes is the same king who fought the 300 Spartans. Number three Esther was not her original name. Did you catch which one is a lie? Let's start with number one. There was a huge battle between the malachites and the Persians and the book of Esther that we don't even see in the movie. That's the why. As we learned, while the malachites were in ancient people, the book of Esther in the Bible that the movie is telling the story of, never even mentions them. So of course there wouldn't have been a huge battle. With them involved. That means number two is true, Esther's husband xerxes is the same king who fought the 300 Spartans. While there's always going to be debates among scholars when it comes to different languages and translations and whether or not the different people in different languages are translated the same. As we learned, in Hebrew, the name ahasuerus is most likely the same as the Greek xerxes, which are different languages referring to the same Persian king who fought the Greeks, and that whole story of the 300 Spartans that has become famous. That means number three is also true, Esther was not her original name. As the movie correctly shows us Esther's real name was hadassah, and she took the name Esther to cover up her Jewish identity. If you get value out of based on a true story, you can give back whatever you feel is worth, whether it's a dollar, $10, a $100, whatever value you get out of the show, you can give back and learn how to get ad free versions of the show over at based on a true story podcast dot com slash support. Until next time, thanks so much for listening and I'll chat with you again. Really soon.
Based On a True Story
"hadassah" Discussed on Based On a True Story
"Was there something from this story in history that you really wish had been in the movie that they didn't even touch on? Well, they did touch on the beginning of the movie, hadassah is kind of hanging on mordecai like a little girl on her dad and saying, you know, can I please go to Jerusalem to see the temple and all that? That was a nice illusion to the fact that this is happening after a remnant of the Jews had left Persia to go back and rebuild the temple. It would be interesting if the book instead of the malachite backdrop that it starts with, which is not really relevant to the story. If they had instead opened with maybe the Babylonian conquest of Jerusalem in the destruction of the temple, a couple generations before, and then the Persian rise to power, conquering Babylon and Persia sending back a remnant to Jerusalem to rebuild the temple. But these dispersed Jews that are still living throughout the Persian Empire, living in places where they don't have a temple, don't have synagogues or anything like that. Because that really is, again, talk about the artistry of the book. The book of Esther is one of the most unique books in the whole well, it is the most unique book. It is unique in the whole Bible. It is unusual in this respect. It is the only book in the entire Bible that never mentions the name of God once. It never even mentions God, but that's part of the artistry of the book because it's written for people who are living in a society where there is no temple, unlike back in Jerusalem. There is no synagogue. We are living on the margins of pressed, hated, is God even here. And the book is very artistically sort of giving you the experience of being in a place where God is not heard. God is not mentioned. God is not known, and yet his justice, his redemption, his deliverance is beautifully powerfully experienced, even overthrowing someone as powerful as xerxes. So what I think it would have helped the story in terms of history, it had opened up with some reference to the Babylonian conquest and the rebuilding of the temple in Jerusalem. But then brought us back to those still living under Persian oppression in a place far from the temple. It's interesting you mentioned that because the movie kind of implies it's talking about the survival of all of the Jews. And it doesn't give you a lot of context around that, but it gives at least when I was watching the movie. It kind of gave me the impression that all the Jews were in Persia at that time, but it sounds like that's not necessarily the case.
Based On a True Story
"hadassah" Discussed on Based On a True Story
"There was one Caesar, but then there's lots of Caesars after him. Similarly, ag ag is probably the name of the throne. So really what the book of Esther is doing is simply by saying that Heyman is an agite. It's just playing off the fact that okay, he is part of this lineage of Israel's most ancient enemy. And that's probably all it's doing. Is this just saying, he represents the animosity of all these foreign nations that have for generations been trying to stamp out and destroy and annihilate this people. And so he is connected to the most ancient of peoples with that vendetta to destroy Israel to just capture that idea that this is an embodiment of Israel's history of fighting against enemies. Which actually the movie picks up in a very kind of gratuitous and completely inaccurate but interesting way by making his symbol a swastika. Heyman symbol is not a swastika. That is a huge, but that's sort of a modern approach to the same thing of saying, this is someone who represents this long historic effort to stamp out this people. It sounds like the movie is using some more modern symbolism to basically set up good guys and bad guys. And to help the audience quickly tie in to know, which is which. In the movie, we do see some flashbacks of hadassah as a child with her parents during kind of the main timeline of the movie, though, she's living with mordecai, do we know what happened to her parents and why she was living with mordecai, her uncle? We do not. All we know is that her mother and father died when she was young and that when her parents died, the text says mordecai took her in as his own daughter. But and this is a common misunderstanding that the movie picks up on because mordecai takes her in as his daughter, the
"hadassah" Discussed on Fresh Air
"<SpeakerChange> <Silence> Do you <Speech_Female> have any <Speech_Female> characters that are your <Speech_Female> favorites that you <Speech_Female> just love to do? <Silence> <Speech_Female> <SpeakerChange> I love doing <Speech_Female> all of them, honestly, <Speech_Female> everything from somebody <Speech_Female> who just has two lines <Speech_Female> to <Speech_Female> the most popular <Speech_Female> ones like doctor hadassa <Speech_Female> and Chris <Speech_Female> and Sinéad and all <Speech_Female> these characters. But <Speech_Female> I enjoy <Speech_Female> each of them <Speech_Female> differently and <Speech_Female> the best moment for me <Speech_Female> is when I get into hair and <Speech_Female> makeup and I get to like <Speech_Female> slip into <Speech_Female> that character fully <Speech_Female> and walk <Speech_Female> on set in character <Speech_Female> and never break <Speech_Female> until we call rap for the <Speech_Female> end of the day. And I <Speech_Female> think that's just really fun <Speech_Female> because you have <Speech_Female> to remember when I'm dressed <Speech_Female> as hadassah <Speech_Female> or Chris or <Speech_Female> whoever <SpeakerChange> <Speech_Female> I'm also the showrunner. <Speech_Female> So <Speech_Female> I'm like talking to <Speech_Female> my department heads and <Speech_Male> giving people like <Speech_Male> approvals <Speech_Male> and instructions <Speech_Female> and stuff <Speech_Female> fully in character, <Speech_Female> which I find hilarious <Speech_Female> because <Speech_Female> they have to take me <Speech_Female> seriously when I <Speech_Female> have like blacked <Speech_Female> out teeth or a bald <Speech_Female> cap or <Speech_Female> scars on <Speech_Male> my face or <Speech_Male> whatever or a <Speech_Female> mustache, you know. <Speech_Female> So <Speech_Female> I find <Speech_Female> that to be genuinely <Speech_Female> hilarious on <Speech_Male> set, but <Speech_Male> something that the public doesn't <Speech_Male> get to experience, <Speech_Male> but I just think it's <Speech_Female> so funny because <Speech_Female> <Speech_Female> the boss doesn't normally <Speech_Female> look like that <Speech_Female> on most shows. <Silence> Can you <Speech_Female> describe doctor hadassah <Speech_Female> for those <Speech_Female> who haven't seen the show? <Silence> <SpeakerChange> <Speech_Female> Yeah, <Speech_Female> doctor hadassah Ole <Speech_Female> inga, Ali youngman <Speech_Female> pre PhD <Speech_Female> is <Speech_Female> charlatan <Speech_Female> of sorts, a sales <Speech_Female> woman of swords, <Speech_Female> a conspiracy <Speech_Female> theorist of sorts. <Speech_Female> <Speech_Female> A her tab is what <Speech_Female> we call her. <Speech_Female> <Speech_Female> She's somebody <Speech_Female> who doesn't believe women <Speech_Female> should really work <Speech_Female> outside of the home <Speech_Female> and that they need to <Speech_Female> serve their king. <Speech_Female> <Speech_Female> Who is ideally <Speech_Female> their husband at <Speech_Female> home and she has <Speech_Female> her own king's supreme <Speech_Female> ramek. But <Speech_Female> she's just somebody who <Speech_Female> spouts a <SpeakerChange> lot of conspiracy <Speech_Female> theories about <Speech_Female> the world. <Speech_Female> <Speech_Female> She has her own <Speech_Female> television show <Speech_Female> called black table <Speech_Female> talk. <Speech_Female> And she is <Speech_Female> somebody who's <Speech_Female> <SpeakerChange> <Speech_Male> very unexpectedly <Speech_Male> risen to be <Speech_Male> one of the most popular characters <Speech_Male> on the show, but <Speech_Male> she is, <Speech_Male> <Speech_Female> I've known women like <Speech_Female> this who constantly <Speech_Female> think everything as <Speech_Female> a conspiracy, so <Speech_Female> I'm excited to see <Speech_Female> where she <Speech_Female> goes in future seasons. <Speech_Male> And what <Speech_Male> her influence will be. <Silence> <Speech_Female> Robin thee, thank <Speech_Female> you so much for this <Speech_Female> conversation. <SpeakerChange> <Laughter> Oh, <Laughter> you thought a pandemic <Laughter> was gonna stop me? <Speech_Female> Start off that Spike <Speech_Music_Female> Lee, Dolly shot, 'cause <Speech_Female> I've been silent for <Laughter> too long. <Laughter> <Speech_Music_Female> That's right, <Laughter> <Advertisement> it's new. 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"hadassah" Discussed on Fresh Air
"You on the show back in 2016, educating Larry on the nuances of black women's non verbal communication from the single hand clap to the double hand wave. Let's listen. Well, let's move on to our next question. Okay. This is the double hand clap versus the double hand clap on syllables. All right. Okay. Now this one's easier to spot, but it can be deceptive, okay? So check this out. All right. Yay, great job on your performance. That just looks like regular clothes, right? Well, that's correct, because it is. Okay. But compare that to the double hand clap on syllables. Syllables again. What did you say to me? I didn't say anything. It's interrupt me now, rape. But now you can see how effective it is, right? Yeah, the double handcuff on syllables is used to emphasize a point. Wow. That was so effective, right? Yeah. It really emphasizes and angry point, right? Oh, yeah, well, not necessarily. Okay. It's tricky because it can be used for anger or excitement, such as, oh my God, these shoes are all failed. Nice. That's crazy, man. Okay, now we're only we're allowed to do that. Oh, awesome. Okay. Okay, I loved this one so much because it is true. We, you know, we're all on Zoom these days and I find what do I do with my hands 'cause I need to articulate to the people. In the meetings, the black lady way. Larry says that it took you a while to bet on yourself. How do you interpret what he means when he says that? I think when I was doing my own late night show, he was like, yeah, this is you, but it's not what you really want to be doing. You know, when he's known me since my early sketch performing days and so I think he just knew that the sketch I was really what my ultimate calling would be. But I believe everything in my career has happened exactly how and when it's supposed to. And that I spent the better part of 15, 16 years writing for others. And that's a long time. This day and age that doesn't happen. A young comedian, everybody is like, oh, that's the hottest person and they have a sitcom they're starring in all of a sudden, you know? But that didn't happen. When I got into the business in properly in 2002, the industry just wasn't like that. UPN and CW were starting to go away. And there was no black programming mainstream for a few years. And then there was the writer's strike, and then there was the recession, everything got cut back. But now we've got so many TV shows on the air that we've had more chances to do this. And I know that if I would have tried to do a black lady sketch show before the time that I did, the industry wouldn't have been ready and it wouldn't have happened. So I think everything happens in divine timing. It takes a very talented person to write for someone else and also capture their own voice. All of the folks that you have written for in the past happen to be very popular, black male comedians, in what ways did writing for those heavy hitters really help you define your voice. Well, what I became was an excellent mimic, so I knew the types of jokes that my gaps did versus Kevin Hart versus Larry wilmore, right? So I could write for each of them and nail their cadence because of my improv and sketch skills as an improv and sketch comedian. My job is to mimic to create characters to do impressions. So being able to do that as a performer helped me a lot as a writer because where I can jump into. A character that I do an impression of, I can also do that with my pen, right? So I can also mimic the joke style and know how to craft a joke for each of them, as well as the way I would tell that joke, right? So I think my performance skills allowed me to become a better writer in that way. Who were maybe some of your comedic idols growing up. Oh gosh, we'll be Goldberg. Kim Wayans, you know, and then of course those who were gone by the time I was an adult, like mom's Maybelline and all these amazing comedians who came before and but I remember seeing Whoopi Goldberg's one woman show, she had taken it to Broadway and they played it on PBS. And of course I was too young and too poor to go to Broadway to see it. I can't remember it was early 80s, I think, but by the time it came on PBS years later, I remember watching it as a kid and just being like, wow, this woman is amazing. It was so cool how she was switching between characters, so seamlessly, and I remember her with that towel wrapped around her head and playing that character. So different from what she was and that was fascinating to me. I didn't know you could do that. And then by the time in living color came out and I was in elementary junior high, I can't remember. And Kim Wayans just blew me away. The whole cast blew me away, but Kim lands for me was the one who showed me it was possible. And then of course I watched SNL growing up with my dad, he used to let me watch it, but I didn't see a lot of us on there. You mentioned that this idea for a sketch show that centered black woman was something that you'd had this idea for years. What was it specifically about that intersection, not just a black show, a black sketch show, but a black lady sketch show. While being a black lady, you know, it was nice to get my Friends together to make it. But yeah, I started in college performing with all black sketch groups, and then at second city, I was doing shows with nothing but black women. A lot of the time, and that was so fun, and then when I got to LA, I was in, I think, 5 more sketch groups with only black women. And so this is something that I've done many, many, many times. And live on stage. And so I wanted to bring that to television, being a fan of shows like the whitest kids you know, and kids in the hall and strangers with candy, and all these other shows that were very, very white, but were able to carve out a niche. I was like, well, why can't we do that for black women? We had had in living color Chappelle key and Peele, but they were all really focused for the most part on black men. So I was like, okay, everybody's had their thing except for black women. We need this. And so I think it was just about cornering the market from a group of people who hadn't been included in the party. And that was black women. Do you have any characters that are your favorites that you just love to do? I love doing all of them, honestly, everything from somebody who just has two lines to the most popular ones like doctor hadassa and Chris and Sinéad and all these characters. But no, I don't have a favorite. I know people want me to pick. Is it like picking your favorite child kind of thing? No, it's not that because I don't think I'll offend any of my other characters, but I think that it's really just I enjoy each of them differently and the best moment for me is when I get into hair and makeup and I get to like slip into that character fully and walk on set in character and never break until we call rap for the end of the day. And I think that's just really fun because you have to remember when I'm dressed as hadassah or Chris or whoever I'm also the show runner. So I'm talking to my department heads and giving people like approvals and instructions and stuff fully in character, which I find hilarious because they have to take me seriously when I have like blacked out teeth or a bald cap or scars on my face or you know whatever or a mustache, you know. So I find that to be genuine genuinely hilarious on set, but something that the public doesn't get to experience, but I just think it's so funny because the boss doesn't normally look like that on most shows. Can you describe doctor hadassah for those who haven't seen the show? Yeah, doctor hadassah Ole inga, Ali youngman pre PhD is charlatan of sorts, a sales woman of swords, a conspiracy theorist of swords. A her tab is what we call her. She's somebody who doesn't believe women should really work outside of the home and that they need to serve their king. Who is ideally their husband at home and she has her own king's supreme ramek. But she's just somebody who spouts a lot of conspiracy theories about the world. She has her own television show called black table talk. And she is somebody who's very unexpectedly risen to be one of the most popular characters on the show, but she is, yeah, she's fun because she gets to say all the things that I think sometimes we see online or in other places. I've known women like this who constantly think everything as a conspiracy, so I'm excited to see where she goes in future seasons. And what her influence will be. Robin thee, thank you so much for this conversation. Oh, you thought a pandemic was gonna stop me? Start off that Spike Lee Dolly shot 'cause I've been silent for too long. That's right, it's new. Doctor hadassa olayinka Ali, young. Google me, then throw your smartphone in the trash. It's making you stupid. 5G was created to infiltrate our brains with the dumbest propaganda. TikTok. TikTok, you're wasting your part time years on the ground. The only 5G's I recognize is the 5 Bloods. 5 try off that black man going back to steal the oppressor's goal from Asia. Robin thee is the creator, showrunner, and one of the stars of HBO's a black lady sketch show. It's nominated for 5 Emmys, including outstanding variety sketch series. She spoke with our guest interviewer Tanya Mosley, host of the podcast, truth be told. After we take a short break, Justin Chang will review the new film Emily the criminal starring orby Plaza. This is fresh air. In the new independent drama, Emily the criminal, Arbery Plaza plays a Los Angeles woman who turns to credit card fraud to pay off her debts. The movie had its virtual premiere earlier this year at the Sundance Film Festival, and is now in theaters. Our film critic Justin Chang has this review. For a while now, it seemed as if there's no role to absurd or outrageous. For Aubrey Plaza to play. In Instagram stalker and Ingrid goes west, a naughty nun in the little hours, a flesh eating zombie in life after Beth. The character she plays in Emily the criminal. An art school dropout who masters the art of credit card fraud. Sounds almost low key by comparison. But if this is one of Plaza's more straightforward, dramatic performances. Absent her usual deadpan comic touches. It's also one of her strongest. She holds a set nearly every moment of this engrossing Los Angeles noir. About a woman whose luck ran out long ago, and who decides to seize control of her life and livelihood. Emily is technically already a criminal when we meet her. She has an aggravated assault conviction on her record. That's made it hard for her to find steady work. Let alone pay off her $70,000 in student loans. She barely gets by, making food deliveries, and sharing a crowded LA apartment with two roommates. Plaza plays the character with an outsider's toughness. Emily grew up in New Jersey, and we can hear it in her accent. But also the shrewdness of someone who knows when to fight back and when to go with the flow. That talent suits her well, when a lucrative but illegal opportunity comes her way. Her task is to buy some pricey electronic equipment using a phony credit card. Then slip out before the theft is detected. The merchandise gets picked up and resold and Emily gets paid $200. Not bad for an hour's work. It's supposed to be just a one time thing. But Emily is soon hooked, and coming back for more. The man who oversees this operation and takes her under his wing is Yusuf. A Lebanese immigrant, played by the charismatic Theo Rossi. From shows like Sons of Anarchy and Luke cage. Yusuf realizes that Emily makes a pretty good crook. Partly because few people suspect her of being one. The movie tacitly acknowledges the racist and sexist assumptions that would give a white woman an advantage in this line of work. But it also keeps us into Emily's feelings of fear, anxiety, and exhilaration. As she starts taking on bigger, higher stakes jobs. Soon she's got her own little racket. Printing the credit cards and arranging the sales herself. In this scene, she meets with a customer in a parking lot who tries to rip her off. He's played by the late Richard Carlo flanagan, who died last October after shooting this role. So it's 600. 6. No, it's three, 300. No, 600. I said, three online. No. No, I texted you 6. I'll show you. 300. For real man, it's we're in broad daylight. Oh, what's up? You gonna call the police? I mean, we could just steal this for free. All right, all right. 300. Sure. No worries. Come on now. Where you going? Hold up. 600, yes or no. As the work gets more dangerous. Emily realizes she's going to need more than the pepper spray in her purse to defend herself. The writer director John Patton Ford, making a solid feature debut. Skillfully ratchets up the tension at key moments. And Plaza is both vulnerable and fierce as a woman having to figure out her own fight or flight responses in real time. One botched early job leads to a car chase that's all the more harrowing for being so realistically staged. Yusuf guides Emily through every step of her enterprise. And Plaza and Rossi's chemistry deepens, as their characters initially combative relationship, gives way to romantic sparks. Naturally, their emotional bond will complicate their business dealings in all sorts of ways. Some more believable than others. As things start to unravel, the movie's third act plotting gets a little too ragged for its own good. But if Emily the criminal isn't always successful as a genre exercise. It's thoroughly gripping as a portrait of a woman, always operating in survival mode. It's telling that even with her new source of income, Emily doesn't take anything for granted and never stops working every angle. She keeps trying to land an interview at an upscale ad agency, where interns are expected to work full-time for free. She keeps her food delivery job, even though the pay is lousy, and the benefits nonexistent. What millions of American workers endure day in and day out, the movie suggests. Is no less exploitative than any of Emily's illegal activities. The movie may be called Emily the criminal, but it reserves its harshest indictment for the society that made her what she is. Justin Chang is film critic for the LA times. Judy Garland was born a hundred years ago and in celebration of the Centennial, Warner Brothers is reissuing some of her films on Blu-ray. Lord Schwartz will have a review after we take a short break. This is fresh air. The following message comes from NPR sponsor sava, founder and CEO Ron rudin and his team have spent over a decade studying comfort and sleep. Today, they aim to provide each customer with a mattress that's right for their needs. 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"hadassah" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"Why the hell do you care if I am That means you have such little faith in the vaccine. That it is bizarre that you would push it. Okay, That's that's the most obvious problem with with the vaccine with the with this type of mandate. That The You want it done? Even if it's Even When you believe that it doesn't work. Then there is the issue of those who had covid. Why would anybody who has the best possible immunity natural immunity be forced to take a vaccination? And then to claim you have science. Now. There are many other issues forcing Children to take it is child abuse, pure, unadulterated child abuse. I want to, um Review. Listen to this from Israel, one of the most two or three months vaccinated countries in the world. Israel confirmed cases July 4th to July 31st. Okay, That's the summer. Can blow your mind. Ages, 20 to 29. Fully vaccinated. Who got confirmed cases. You're with me. I'll read it to you. I bet it's best to read it to you in percentages. The clearest What percentage of fully vaccinated Israelis, 20 to 29. Have confirmed cases of covid 77.2. Percentage of population. That fully vaccinated is 71.9. The percentage of cases fully vaccinated that have covid 30 to 39 78.3 40 to 49 83.9 50 to 59 86%. 60 to 69 92% 70 to 79 93%. But that's something Of confirmed cases in Israel. With Covid. That's the percentage of fully vaccinated And by the way, just for the record. Like in the say the 70 to 79 age group 92.8% of Israelis of that age group are vaccinated, fully vaccinated. Peace in the intelligence that's New York magazine. It's not a right wing source. The juicy This is the second shop giving young men a dangerous heart condition. With data. June two. Wouldn't it at the time, an official Israeli report Found a striking correlation between Covid 19 mrna vaccinations and a spike in cases of a heart inflammation condition in young males. Which appears likely to lead the country to revisit its recommendation that Children receive two doses of the vaccine. The report found over 110 cases of myocarditis around the time of vaccination, 95 of which occurred following the second advisors to dose regimen. This translates to a rate of roughly one in 50,000. However, most of the people who developed the heart condition where young men with a particularly high incidents for those aged 16 to 24 putting their rate. At around one in 5000. These findings raise the likelihood of a causal link between the vaccine and myocardial itis states. The report This is in the most vaccinated country in the West. That this report has come out. This is the most pro vaccine country we know of. The findings raise the likelihood of a causal link between the vaccine and Maya card I to states the report presented by committee that was appointed by the county countries. Health Ministry to investigate a possible connection between Maya card itis and the vaccines. A detailed analysis at Hadassah Medical Center. Which is Israel's most prestigious medical center, A major hospital serving the Greater Jerusalem Mary Jerusalem area found that cases of Meyer card itis at the facility were 5 to 25 times the normal number over the same time span and previous years. Drawer Morava. The head of internal Medicine and the Covid 19 award at Hadassah to told intelligencer. This potentially puts the state The rate as high as one in 3000 to 1 in 6000 vaccinated young men, he said. Mubarak, who spent Who also headed the National Committee to investigate the myocarditis link said that over a span of three months The hospital. So 20 cases of Meyer card itis when a typically sees four 19 of the 20 cases were young males age 16 to 30 18 of the 20 cases presented within four days of the second vaccine dose. The patients all had chest pain or difficulty breathing, ruling out that the condition was a symptomatic and caught inadvertently by general tests. Only two patients of the 20 had evidence of past infection. Eliminating any correlation with Covid 19 itself rather than the vaccine, Dorothy Israeli physicians suggested that it's possible his committee found a seemingly definitive link. While the US has not because Israel is a small country, and it's easier within their system to find a signal faster. He predicts the CBC will change its assessment. I don't believe so because the CDC it's not a truth telling.
WCBM 680 AM
"hadassah" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"Catastrophic flash flooding in the Northeast. He said the better rebuilding is needed to deal with future storms and cited his own $1 trillion plan now pending in Congress. Hadassah Agni remnants are blamed for at least 50 deaths in the region. At a signing ceremony today in Tyler, Texas Governor Greg Abbott says the state's new voter integrity election law will bolster voter trust in the process. It ensures that every eligible voter will have the opportunity to vote. One way that it achieves. That is it provides even more hours of time for people to be able to go cast their vote, and the governor says the voter integrity law will make it harder for fraudulent votes to be cast. Including through mail in voting and other millions. Also at town hall dot com. Secretary of State Blinken says the U. S. Is working with the Taliban to facilitate additional charter flights for Americans seeking to leave Afghanistan. Seeking from Qatar. Blinken says the Taliban have given assurances of safe passage for all with proper travel documents, and the U. S will hold them to that pledge. It's my understanding that the Taliban has not Denied exit to anyone holding a valid document. But they have said that those without valid documents at this point can't leave. But because all of these people are grouped together That's meant That flights have not been been allowed to go. Blinken says he believes there are somewhere around 100, American citizens still in Afghanistan who want to leave and the state Department is in contact with them. I'm Julie Walker. The Dow was down 210 points, but the NASDAQ is 31 points higher more at town hall dot com. One listener that stands out that I worked with was this older couple that was interested in refinancing. They reached out to a few different lenders. The credit wasn't the best. I know some of these other bigger banks. You just won't hear back from them, which I cannot stand. Not everybody has the 7 80 credit scores and just because you don't qualify at one time doesn't mean.
990 The Answer
"hadassah" Discussed on 990 The Answer
"York, Mr Biden Visiting areas that were badly damaged when hurricane knighted remnants unleashed catastrophic flash flooding in the northeast. He said that better rebuilding is needed to deal with future storms and cited his own $1 trillion plan now pending in Congress. Hadassah Agni remnants are blamed for at least 50 deaths in the region. At a signing ceremony today in Tyler, Texas Governor Greg Abbott says the state's new voter integrity election law will bolster voter trust in the process. It ensures that every eligible voter will have the opportunity to vote. One way that it achieves. That is it provides even more hours of time for people to be able to go cast their vote, and the governor says the voter integrity law will make it harder for fraudulent votes to be cast. Including through mail in voting and other means. Also at town hall dot com. Secretary of State Blinken says the U. S. Is working with the Taliban to facilitate additional charter flights for Americans seeking to leave Afghanistan. Speaking from Qatar, Blinken says the Taliban have given assurances of safe passage for all with proper travel documents, and the U. S will hold them to that pledge. It's my understanding that the Taliban has not Denied exit to anyone holding a valid document. But they have said that those without valid documents at this point can't leave. But because all of these people are grouped together That's meant That flights have not been been allowed to go. Blinken says he believes there are somewhere around 100, American citizens still in Afghanistan who want to leave and the state Department is in contact with them. I'm Julie Walker was down 210 points, but the NASDAQ is 31 points higher more at town hall dot com. Philadelphia's AM 9 90. The answer. Time Saver Traffic sponsored by an G Pennsylvania Turnpike has been tough today eastbound at a standstill. Norristown down to Fort Washington, right lane blocked by an overturned tractor trailer blue northbound. Jammed up Conshohocken up towards Ridge Pike Northeast Extension North found from 3 63 through land snail slow with an accident on the shoulder. It is jammed east on the struggle to to all the way down to Belmont North and 95 Island Avenue up to broad Street tied up for a disabled vehicle. Platt Bridge is tough heading down into Penrose Avenue. 22 and 4 22 in pretty good shape..
"hadassah" Discussed on This Land
"On this land is reported written and hosted by me rebecca. Nagel go heen. Don't elec yet league. A la citizen of cherokee nation additional reporting this season from mattie stone martha troyon citizen of ob kong lacks tool first nation. And amy westervelt from crooked media are executive producers. Are john fro. Sarah guys mar lyra smith and katie long with special things to alison. Falsetto from critical frequency. Are managing producer. Is amy westervelt. Our senior producer is sarah entry and our story. Editor is breaking murthy additional editing for martha trion and polly dinette. Qila who is dna. Sound design by lyra smith. Marc busch and sharlet. Landis original score composed by jared tape citizen of chickasaw nation are out. Your song is an on our song for adoptees written and sung by jerry dearly. Who's oglala lakota. Our fact checker is boo. Dan yan our first amendment attorney james wheaton founder of the first amendment project. Podcast art by kelly gonzales citizen of cherokee nation additional reporting from producer alison harare. Who is whole loans. Salonen additional things for this episode to judge bruce manning shayna king citizen of mandate hadassah and eric ordination and justice in mckeag descendant of white earth nation. Jason clifford's testimony was read by dan. Schwartz if you're enjoying the show please rate review and subscribe. It helps more people find us and please share it with your friends. If you have a tip or information to share related to our reporting you can do that securely and anonymously through our secure drop you can find the link in the show notes. This season of this land touches on different forms of family childhood and racial trauma. If you feel like you could use support please. Checker show notes or website. This land podcast dot com to find resources for adoptees and survivors of childhood trauma abuse. Oster.
Around the House with Eric G®
"hadassah" Discussed on Around the House with Eric G®
"A lightning storm were tons of power outages and everybody wants backup generators plan for that. You have an all hands on deck. What is your all hands on. Deck plan plummer frozen pipes heating and cooling extreme weather. You see where i'm going. Roofer hayler windstorm flooring company floods all these things. What is your war plan for. Keeping your business going long now. Here's one thing that i have done in the past running companies like a half i. I my phone calls. I handed those over. I took that person out of the office not to be answering phone calls and i went to that online receptionist. It's probably a company in your area you know. There's the ruby receptionists. There's all these different companies out there. That will answer your phone like it's yours. They know your hours. They knew who the owner is. It's all of that but you know something it pays for itself. When you're getting forty phone calls in a minute and you're one person can answer the phone and you got a busy signal but these call centers which do a good job of making it sound like a call center can get to that. Then they document they record the phone conversation and they send you a taxed now. It's really easy to sort that you can pay attention to go out former customer former customer former customer priority priority priority Okay there's round two of our phone calls there's round three and this guy here They are not even interested so you can go through in triage those people now. That also means if you've got a cold ground the office receptionist never has to worry about it because that person that's answering the phone is always gonna be there. Twenty four seven something to think about in your business as we get back to normal. Are you ready for that business to come back in. And that's a big one. That's a big one something to think about. And then of course you've got to worry about servicing all these people but that's gonna come down to you and your crew and have you had that discussion with your crew about overtime you know. Hey team when we get into war zone time here when we call ei emergency and have your call for that. Have a plan for that. Have a schedule that everybody kind of goes to are they twelve hour days that way. You can charge people. Hey look these guys are in overtime. I'm going to have to charge you the extra overtime rate. You want to come out or not. Not that you're taking advantage with. That's gonna cost you more money as business owner pay and overtime. Somebody's gotta pay for that so something to think about. What is your plan for when the flu bug has around. What is your plan for when that natural disaster or storm or whatever hits your industry and you gotta pay attention to that. Some think about today on a thursday already. We've got a great around the house with eric and carolina. Be this weekend. I'm sure you might have seen our rebranding of the show this week. Course pro insiders still going to be the pro insider what we're doing but we're going to be given away this little insider tip for you guys if you love air purification. We are giving away a very expensive april air unit that we will give you the key word in a show on saturday sore next version of around the house you will hear us give out that code word and then you go over to around the house online dot com it enter to win that super cool air purification unit and. We'll pick one out of the hat randomly and we will figure out who that goes to. We'll be given it away of there'd be two weekends in this so this weekend and the following weekend and that monday. We will do a drawing that way. Get a chance to entered to win. And you'll you'll you'll be entered in that so make sure you jump over there. Hey take a look at the new website around the house. Online dot com. We have updated that as well and of course listen to us. Wherever you catch your podcast we would really appreciate it in the podcast. if you turn around and Subscribe to that and of course we love reviews as well because That is a great place to be. And if you have any questions on the show and stuff feel free to hit us up on social media at any one of our accounts hadassah instant message message. Whatever it is and we will be there to answer it for you. Aren't nobody at a time for the day. Have a great rest of the week. Thanks for listening to.
"hadassah" Discussed on Unholy
"Is is indeed a worrying thought. Now i wanna make the point. Jonathan that There's another shadow war going on here And i'm not talking about israel in iran that's child's play. I'm talking about two israeli top security officials who are how shall we say this both i. I'm the inheritance right. I mean if you had to look into your eight ball magic eight ball. Which i know you own. And i'd ask you. Who would be the successor to netanyahu when he ever leaves office in months or years or decades. And you would say to people one would be The mossad director of the mossad yossi cohen. And the idea of chief of staff of now some this relates so the three incidents we were talking about some in israel's defense echelon her pointing to the fact that there is an inflation of information coming from these two organizations vs of iran more information than is needed. I e maybe an attempt to take credits for operations that usually remain credit less others always also been this incident january of hobby whereas very adamantly speaking against the Iran deal sources close to the head of the mossad. Saying this was a big mistake. So this is where we are. That is also something something that is happening in backdrop of this whole story. Yeah that would be troubling. I think for people who previously admired the kind of discipline and discretion of those at the top if they are now fighting for credits always where trouble begins just in politics anyway. Big story out of the jewish diaspora. I think this week and particularly in america will be something very very different. And that is the death of bernie madoff and the reason why. I think it's worth as discussing. That is merle made of had nothing to do with it. Just you know near made off is obviously there's always there's a collective cringe in jewish communities when someone does something bad in the news and you wait to hear their name and you hear jewish name and you put the face palm because you would come bear the idea that some horrible fraud store criminal is jewish. This is the harvey weinstein syndrome. Or jeffrey epstein's we go on. Let's not go on. There's a current but with made off. There's an extra dimension it wasn't that he just happened to be jewish and did this. Massive pyramid scheme estimated around fifty billion dollar fraud the most enormous fraud. It's rather than there was something very specifically jewish to the whole story in terms of his victims. And and this is what i wanted to buy. Even his methods and the ability to be successful and that is that he ripped off people by promising these too good to be true investments. Telling people invest your money with me and you're gonna make ten fifteen percent who the people who invested with him and lost a fortune. You just read. Listen you read through the list of victims victims. And it is a roll-call of major global and particularly american jewish organizations so that he ripped off how desa the women's zionist organization which supports hospitals and other things in israel to the tune of ninety million dollars invested with him. I mean somebody said who rips off hadassah. that is making your grandmother. He did that. He took to one hundred million dollars from yeshiva university. The jewish community foundation of la lost twenty five point. Five million and the equivalent body in washington dc ten million romance jewish day school in new york. I know people who went to that school lost over five million american jewish congress. Any weisel lost all his saving holocaust visa.
"hadassah" Discussed on WBAP 820AM
"Great to throw over to communism. I love it. You talking 20, wb, wb ap dot com 48 B A P We continue to learn every day about the latest when it comes to the vaccine. You heard Tony found to your news when the culo se talking about the AstraZeneca, one that one that was questioned in Europe over blood clots, but Tony vouchers, saying it's completely safe. Well, there's an Israeli company. The claims that they haven't aural Covad 19 vaccine on the way And it would allow for people to self vaccinate at home and you talk about speeding up the process. This isn't Israeli American pharmaceutical company. They're launching a phase one clinical trial, which would this would be the first of its kind. Or a med pharmaceuticals eyes using this technology that was developed at the Hadassah University Medical Center. And it's a joint venture with a group out of India's welcome premise Biotech and they developed this noble or aural vaccine. And they said, Hey, this thing will be a game changer. They said it could be used to Orly administer a number of protein based therapies, which would otherwise be delivered by injection. In fact, they're in the middle of one right now. Ah, Phase three clinical trial through the FDA oven Aural.
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"hadassah" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
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860AM The Answer
"hadassah" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"Chicago will manage low temperatures just above zero. Or in the stories of town hall dot com. This is an important notice to all U. S taxpayers. The Iris is giving away billions of dollars in tax savings through a federal program called the Fresh Start Initiative to a delinquent taxpayers. This initiative was established for anyone facing financial hardship and unable to pay their back taxes. Qualifying and enrolling in this program will stop all collections, settle your delinquent tax problem and even reduce what you owe by thousands of dollars. Call the hotline at people's tax relief to see if you qualify and get this free information by Filing 803 51 45 96. If you have unfired tax returns or cannot afford to pay your personal or business back taxes you can now get the help you need. One simple phone call can resolve your tax problem and save you thousands of dollars to see if you qualify. And to get this important free information call 803 51 45 96 803 51 45 96 803 51 45 96 Israel's effort to free up hospital beds in the midst of the Corona virus pandemic appears to be working. The ladies for the media Minds. Police free turn to is really hospital say it appears there. Cures for Corona virus are working. Researchers at Tele Viv's It'll of hospital have completed a study on 30 covert 19 patients in moderate to serious condition. All but one taking the drug showed improvement within two days and had recovered and were released from the hospital. Five days after treatment began. The remaining patient was released only days later in Jerusalem, Hadassah Medical Center treated 21 Patients in critical condition and suffering from underlying conditions. 19 of the test patients recovered within six days and were released from the hospital after only eight days. Both hospitals have petitioned the health Ministry to brought in the study. Two more patients I'm police freaks in town Hall News Jerusalem Breaking News and analysis a town hall dot com..
News-Talk 1400 The Patriot
"hadassah" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot
"All but one taking the drug showed improvement within two days and had recovered and were released from the hospital five days after treatment began The remaining Nation was released only days later in Jerusalem, Hadassah Medical Center treated 21 patients in critical condition and suffering from underlying conditions. 19 of the test patients recovered within six days and were released from the hospital after only eight days. Both hospitals have petitioned the health Ministry to brought in the study. Two more patients I'm police freaks in town Hall News Jerusalem Use an analysis of media line dot organ town hall dot com. A hearing in a lawsuit seeking solutions for the homeless crisis, he in Los Angeles. The unusual hearing was held at a shelter in the heart of the city Skid Row Judge David Carter overseeing a case that accuses the city and county of failing to address the desperate situations that homeless people face a January 2020 count by the Los Angeles Homeless Services Authority. Reported that there were more than 66,400 homeless people living in Los Angeles County. That's up more than 12% from the previous year. John Scott reporting. U. S. Coast Guard and several other agencies rescuing 66 people stranded on ice floes in a bay and northeastern Wisconsin ice boats and helicopters used to bring the people into safety. They'd been ice fishing. Coast Guard says three separate ice floes broke away after cracks had developed morally stories that town hall dot com..
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Hospital: Palestinian official Erekat in critical condition
"An Israeli hospital, says senior Palestinian officials. Saeb Erekat has in critical condition and breathing with a ventilator after his Corona virus infection worsened overnight were more from correspondent Charles Dillon Desmet reporting. The Hadassah Medical Center describes Erekat's case as extremely challenging, given the history of health problems. Including along transplant performed in the US three years ago. The Palestinian official is suffering from a weak immune system and a bacterial infection. In addition to covert 19 Now sedated. Doctors are consulting with international experts on how best to manage such a complicated case haircut was transferred to her. That's on Sunday at the request of the Palestinian Authority, despite the Palestinians decision this year to sever ties