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Fresh update on "hadi" discussed on BBC Newshour

BBC Newshour

00:50 min | 19 min ago

Fresh update on "hadi" discussed on BBC Newshour

"Up to the Palestinian PM Muhammed stare. He ordered an inquiry, which blamed his own ministries forgiving the permit, but also summer Abdel Hadi and her team. She now faces a further court hearing. I'm hoping that the investigation and all this process will lead to Fair conclusion. Technology is not the devil worshiping thing. It's universal universal music that is red all over the world. DJ Summer Abdel Hadi ending that report By Tom Bateman. You're listening to news out from the BBC. I'm Let's go to man Mom now, and they have been more protests around the country amid signs that the military authorities are unable to stop them or be in full control of the country. It is a pretty chaotic picture. Many people have pointed to the differences between the 1988 protests and the current one. Ah young generation existing in a different technological age for one Journalists are also being targeted. Specifically, one such end of individual is calm yet Niang who live streamed his arrest and the army coming to get him. From his apartment, but you know it. Some.

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All Female Flight Crew In Afghanistan Makes History

Weekend Edition Sunday

01:03 min | 2 d ago

All Female Flight Crew In Afghanistan Makes History

"And all female flight crew just made history in a country where women's rights are hard fought for a crew of six flew a Boeing 737 from the capital city of Kabul to Herat. On Wednesday, two pilots and four cabin crew members operated the flight for Kam Air, a privately owned commercial airline. And while the 90 minute flight was short, it represents how far Afghan women have come in the past decade, with female pilots making gradual strides in aviation. Here's 22 year old captain Mo Hadi's mercy in a video posted on Facebook shortly after graduating from Air Works Aviation Academy, explaining how her mother Encouraged her to dream big, like I cannot sit behind the desk and I cannot break the same thing every day. So I need something amazing. I need something different every day. I need something challenging. She was like, how about becoming a planet? Like Is it even possible in Afghanistan? And she told me there is nothing impossible. Everything is possible by Hi, ladies.

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Fresh "Hadi" from BBC Newshour

BBC Newshour

00:37 min | 27 min ago

Fresh "Hadi" from BBC Newshour

"Former president and his family had made a large donation to the institution. The hospital told the queen's daily Eagle that there were security issues related to the use of the trump name. 23 degrees right now. Sunny and windy today. We're expecting a high of 36 degrees this afternoon tomorrow Sunny with a high near 50. Welcome back to Newshound, A Palestinian techno DJ faces a court hearing in the coming weeks after being accused of breaking rules around performing near a holy shrine in the West Bank, Tom Bateman reports. This was a techno party that sparked a storm. I've never been detained in my life. It was very confusing for me because I thought I did nothing wrong. The story starts with a techno party by a Palestinian DJ called Summer Abdel Hadi and it took place here. This place is called Nabby Moussa. I have a permit for three different sites. But this was the most appropriate because it's a beautiful location with a beautiful desert around it, and I thought it should be showcased to the world. It's a tourist spot. It's a guest house, and it's also a holy.

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"hadi" Discussed on Diffused Congruence: The American Muslim Experience

Diffused Congruence: The American Muslim Experience

08:18 min | 6 months ago

"hadi" Discussed on Diffused Congruence: The American Muslim Experience

"Large part that this is possible again, their interpretation Dan rate I mean I would just say even then it gets real like complicated like was is there a veil between right that the hedge of Alex Azar Avail that up? And the naked eyes. So yeah, absolutely this choice for July. The nuances of theology you know these little questions of course, there'd be percents, but but you know these are sort of the major points and then they would. The other categories? Of the sort of the acts of worship, and this is where they would put in prayer fasting hajj the cat twins you know. Model for. All of these things that are familiar to the Senate tradition, but I've act of worship, and so they would distinguish between beliefs and acts of worship and in those in those active worship, you have slight differences We get into those differences. If you don't mind I, WanNa because I think that there's a way we can do this in the in the time that we have remaining and again we've I know. We're going down as this being the longest episode ever recorded of on the podcast but that's fine. I know I welcome it I. If if if there ever were an episode that I want to be for it to be the longest, it'd be this one. So anyway. is to maybe kind of talk about. The proxy element by way of sort of saying well, these are some of the misconceptions that Sunnis have with regards to she is them, and then conversely, you can maybe expose us to certain misconceptions if you will or stereotypes that she has hold with regards to Sunni practice. and. But really quickly before I leave I I kind of. To this very early on and. Cousins by the way, and so there's certainly a family link here but were mentioned something that his grandmother did you know and I spent the weekend I was talking to my mom I was talking to my mother whose owners aunt. So that's how we're related and she was telling us that she was telling me sorry, she was telling me that in our in our maternal side. So of maternal side that Munem about share on you know it was very commonplace for. Our family members to do practices especially in the months of in the month of Moharram. The first nine nights of autumn like attending Majolis, and so on. Like like Omer, you may not even some of these ir these for the first time. But like our maternal great grandmother in his shoe where black in the first ten days nine days around, she would attend as many Majolis as possible and headed abroad. And when we talk about even headed about history like sort of the glory age of headed of odd is considered under the seventh knit like newsome who is the Han, and there's even accounts where not only was he enamored with she she is but he may He may have actually embraced is And what we do know as fact is that many sort of areas of worship of in including as Hana Zara which is named after his mother, which is really huge. She a she like much less site in heather abroad that was started by than his on like the seventh. and. So the kind of the confluence we see especially among headed about these on with regards to she is she hasn't Sunnis is something that I I sort of you know take pride in just sort of belonging to that tradition because we do see these areas where on whether it was because of proximity or because of just because of of of. Of feeling that sense of love and fidelity and devotion to Bates that that many Sunnis would have you know to would engage in practices that would quote unquote be associated as being she practices. So I just wanted to point that out just because I are related and so it'd be kind of fun to talk about if any family anecdote. The funny thing is I was actually referring to my paternal Gr-. I know you. Lived with us right right and she was she the funny side note she I she was very I. Guess you could say achieves somebody cried a lot but she would tell me she would go too much in cry right be. That I thought that was really interesting as somebody who lived with her but never saw her never released our cry that often when she'd tenets right that's right. Yeah All right. I don't WANNA finish into. Like a family oral history EMAM had but I just wanted to share that with you. I mean, in case you know those stories mean anything you know John No absolutely I mean the I I really appreciate you sharing that because you know again you know you have in these various parts of of what we call the world and for societies where for a long time these people who you know they may have identified as soon as Sheree but at the end they lift together and they kind of participated in many of these rituals and many of these. Things especially in the case, of Imam, Hussain morning goes I mean. But even if you look at Egypt like you mentioned this, I think earlier on, there's there's of discussion about you know where the head of Imam Hussain is located. and so there's this whole kind of discussion about whether it's incredible with the body whether it's in Egypt, you know in. There's any. Alfonsin. Exactly. Right. Our House. Yeah Billy go you have the mosque there and and there's sort of shrine the mausoleum if you will, and until this day, I mean depending on the political secret stuff but until this day. There during the. Rain and it was yes oh, flesh every Jamaa with their yeah. There you go and and people go there and they begin to recite poetry and engage in all of these different rituals and the visitation of this You know this Rhine Liam so I, you know I am so so in these different areas of course, you have these communities coming together in the you know and so it's not it's not yeah we shouldn't think of this as as these. Are you truly exclusive? At all times you know, Sunnis will never participate in some of these gatherings. She will not never participate in. You know quote Unquote Cindy, gatherings wanting. So forth that that that that is You know that's not just how it happens everywhere. So. As I said, you know I appreciate those words. Thank you, and hopefully we'll could. We can kind of conclude some of those remarks as well but to kind of navigate us through. The areas of practice she practice and as I said to maybe kind of frame it in a way that where listeners who may have either preconceived notions or a stereotypes or like I said misconceptions about she ism can have them flushed out if you don't mind on. So to begin with with regards to joffrey jurisprudence rate because you know when they I would submit that with regards to Sunni perception or Sunnis, Sunni views of the twelve imams perhaps, no other figure is as lauded and shared and exalted in the Sunni tradition among those twelve as jotted. Assad. in like you alluded to in mentioned on the sort of not only did they kind of historical geopolitical proximity of these figures like Imam Malik and Java Saad if any amount of Hanadova but these three schools in particular I think are not just meant when I just mentioned them by happenstance there's a lot of confluence within these three schools in particular So if you could maybe talk a little bit about that. Because the like the JOFFE school and its relationship to specifically the Malecki school amongst Sunnis and the Hannity Schools Yeah that's that's a great point. So for the the first thing that I would say kind of the biggest misconception I.

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"hadi" Discussed on Diffused Congruence: The American Muslim Experience

Diffused Congruence: The American Muslim Experience

06:20 min | 6 months ago

"hadi" Discussed on Diffused Congruence: The American Muslim Experience

"Then you have the fourth the. Fifth Amendment. Humble. At the time of the Sixty Mile John. Doe. Who was by the way living at the time of you know a contemporary of honey. you know my also sort of relates some traditions in Medina he was in Medina and relates some tradition from Follow. A. At that time of course, you have the shift that way at spoiled. Yeah. Buses comes to power She tradition withhold those regimes to be highly oppressive of the island. in fact, some scholars not all but some of them would insist that all of the imams from the first to the eleventh, they were all killed. None of them died actual. Either killed by the sword or they were poisoned. and so this occurred under sort of the direct or the indirect influence of the made the. and so the situation according to sort of. She understanding is that the situation progressively came became worse in fact, some considered the the Abbasid dynasty have been worse than the Omega. Dynasty because are buses. As you'll recall in fact, they claim the from a bus with the ankle of the profit and you know historical sources say that they appeared on the stage under the slogan of bringing, back, power to family of the Prophet. Tradition would hold that. They betrayed them once they powered they were trade the the the. Or the always the defendants of any An. And they trust them and they killed them and they followers. So progressively, she h with all. The sort of history to have become progressively worse for the MOMS and their followers to the point where by the time of the the ninth because the eleventh. You shift there. Now in some of US I'm of the garrison town. The BASSETT's had taken as their capital for some time and they were under the close watch of the best calebs and so this kind of a moment of fear of of continued repression of the the imams and she are allowed or called for if you will be disappearance of the twelfth. Imam. Occupation of the twelve imams so that he would be safeguarded and so that he would be protected from from murder from death and to continue sort of in his his mission as the final under the last defined guide until the end of time. So that's kind of how we undertand. This this chain of Iran and the justifications for their status, and then also you know even the occupation of the twelfth. Conversely I just WANNA quickly again and I really appreciate that I want I want to go back to something we touched on but I felt like we could we kinda left it i. don't WanNa. Do that because if we have any listeners who either would want to know about that were even belong to some of those minority of a minority up communities within she ism on we talked about this mine Elise Hu again, they they depart ways from the The, it's Nasha either twelve hours after the seventy mom or at the point of the seventy man That's these smiley community and the Smiley community is probably most commonly manifested in today in the modern time as modern times as either the honey community or the Dow Uti border community, which is again, very, very small community that's limited almost entirely to Bombay. India, but certainly commit you. You do have both of these communities enjoy the I would say relatively large diaspora community here in the West certainly the tiny community and the border community The other point I wanted to make is about his eighties. So this eighties as you mentioned Ma'am how day kind of depart ways with the fifth EMAM and they're a very, very small minority within she ism and they're found predominantly in the Yemen. Key Can we kind of dispenser or leave it there, and for those who are more interested? I'm sure they can. You know do this literature other they that they can get to I don't know if you wanted to make any other points about that. Yeah I mean again you know there's just so much to discuss that. I. Know I, know I do justice to the entities I would definitely, I would definitely recommend those who are interested definitely read Najim high those works he's reading on the origins of the Shia and he's written a book introduction to share them and he's talks about all of these issues. Particularly looks at these three groups and the way that they you the Emma the way that they view the role of the Imam and you look over you know sort of their development over history. So there's a lot of literature great literature out there I just don't want to do an injustice. No, no I you know picking a couple of things and saying you know this is what they're about I. think that you said it pretty well, you gave a pretty good. Overview the the. The the. Line of Imams actually continued. They actually believe in the living you move the forty ninth in. The other hand you know they, you know trace back. If you go back to the early, the some of the earliest smashed into communities. They were actually be founders of the Fatimid Dynasty It's ruled for some time which actually the preeminent soon, the institution of learning was founded by default limits where it's my, she's before it was taken over, of course, at the end of their rule with philosopher Dean and so on and then, and then the the Yemenis They I'm sorry disease. I'm sorry who predominantly live in in Yemen now their main kind of idea of the was that the imam has to be someone who.

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Press Secretary Kayleigh McEnany Delivers A Briefing At The White House

KSFO Morning Show with Brian Sussman with Katie Green

02:01 min | 10 months ago

Press Secretary Kayleigh McEnany Delivers A Briefing At The White House

"So the the new woman who got hired to be the White House press secretary that's sexual harassment I apologize toxic masculinity who doesn't she have wasn't she like a Miss America or bachelor after six you got some claim to fame Hadi wise doesn't change some colors are shown to Harvard I haven't seen any miss America's no no no no it's not me it's not miss Americans not bachelor those there that but it's it's some may have been missed George or some anyway she got into it with the press yesterday and so first time I I haven't really I've really heard or do our job is you know trump kind of took over being his own press secretary for quite awhile here's here's the new person dealing with the press previous life before you were press secretary work for the campaign and you made a comment I believe on fox she said president trump will not allow the corona virus to come to this country given what has happened since then obviously would you like to take that back well first let me note I was asked a question on fox business about presents travel restrictions I noted what was the intent behind those travel restrictions which is we will not see the coronavirus come here will not see terrorism come here referring to an earlier set of travel restrictions I guess I would turn the question back on the media and I similar questions does vox want to take back the day proclaimed that the corona virus would not be a deadly pandemic to the Washington post want to take back that they told Americans to get a grip the flu is bigger than a corona virus is the Washington post's likewise want to take back that our brains are causing us to exaggerate the threat of the corona virus is in your times when a take back that fear of the virus maybe stresses spreading faster than the virus itself is N. P. R. one to take back that the flu is a much bigger threat than the corona virus and finally once again the Washington post would you like to take back but the government should not respond aggressively to the crown of iris all we do with those questions and maybe you'll have some answers in a

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Carlos Correa fires back at Cody Bellinger

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

00:47 sec | 1 year ago

Carlos Correa fires back at Cody Bellinger

"Jeff as Mets and Yankees position players continue filing into camp player some all around baseball continue to take verbal shots the Houston Astros over the cheating scandal Cody Bellinger the Dodgers was one of those players who ripped the Astros in repose a al to say in particular Carlos Correa of the Astros responded today Hadi billing there's job is to look for information getting form know the facts for sure before he stands in front of cameras to talk about other players you should get inform you should be informed before you talk all our players if you don't know the facts when you get a job ray in particular is talking about al to say he said Jose Altuve ETS one astro who did not cheat Korea told all that to Ken Rosenthal of the

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Hezbollah-backed professor to form new government in Lebanon

Press Play with Madeleine Brand

00:58 sec | 1 year ago

Hezbollah-backed professor to form new government in Lebanon

"The university professor is now the prime minister of Lebanon and peers Lama lagi and reports it's still too early to say whether how sandhi ABS appointment will put an end to two months of nationwide anti government protests that led to the resignation of former prime minister Saud al Hadi India has just been appointed Lebanon's new prime minister he's a professor and a former education minister and now he's been given the difficult task of forming a new government and it's nationwide protests the new prime minister has the backing of the major she how parties including Hezbollah and its allies in government but DO hasn't been able to secure the backing of others like the party of the former prime minister side in Haiti and this could create obstacles when it comes to forming a government Lebanon has been ruled by the same political elites since the civil war ended in nineteen ninety and protesters have pushed for technocratic government so the election of DHEA a former minister is not likely to calm the streets

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"hadi" Discussed on AP News

AP News

01:35 min | 1 year ago

"hadi" Discussed on AP News

"Hadi's pawn shop in New Jersey he admitted owning weapons but denied they were there a search of a shop at home turned up three A. R. fifteen style assault rifles three hand guns a shot gun and more than four hundred rounds of ammunition including hollow point bullets so far he's not been charged with supplying any of the killers five guns the FBI is investigating the shooting as domestic terrorism saying David Anderson and Francine Graham who died at the scene hated using cops three people in the Jewish marker were killed while the police officer was shot nearby and delivery driver found dead in a car trunk may also be a victim I'm Julie Walker Walmart shoppers in Alabama got a happy holiday surprise when donations paid off seventy thousand dollars in layaway purchases that two stores someone paid off forty five thousand dollars for lay away is at a store in the city of Anniston someone paid off another twenty five thousand dollars in layaway purchases two days later at a Walmart in nearby Oxford W. B. M. A. T. V. reports that an unidentified man paid off the bills and customers who arrived to pick up lay away items at one of the stores got a note that said god loves you Jesus paid the price many of the beneficiaries of the man's generosity said they wish they knew who he was so they could thank him I'm from acquire at least three people are dead and severe weather striking the Deep South a tornado this afternoon killed one person in Louisiana as a cut a sixty mile path through the state homes and other buildings.

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Man whose phone number was found on Jersey City attacker arrested

Sean Hannity

00:08 sec | 1 year ago

Man whose phone number was found on Jersey City attacker arrested

"McKinney in Monmouth County man in court today on weapons charges that are being linked to the Jersey city shootout Ahmed al Hadi's phone number and address found in the pocket of one of those dead

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Brother of Pawn Shop Owner Denies Link to Jersey Shootout Suspects

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

00:40 sec | 1 year ago

Brother of Pawn Shop Owner Denies Link to Jersey Shootout Suspects

"On the Jersey city shooting now pawn broker Ahmed Hadi is facing weapons charges due in court his brother Ahmed tells CBS to about his brother's number ending up on the shooters phone sometimes of a after business hours customers do like if there's an emergency we leave our cell phone numbers on the door so I mean is that a million different possibilities on how that might have it out to now he says their shop does not buy or sell fire arms and he and his family have no link to the killings both shooters who also killed detective Joseph seals were killed and the wake for detective skills he's being held this afternoon at McLaughlin funeral home in Jersey city

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Jersey City Shooting: Suspect Tied To Shooters Arrested

KCBS Radio Morning News

00:30 sec | 1 year ago

Jersey City Shooting: Suspect Tied To Shooters Arrested

"The owner of the New Jersey pawn shop has been arrested in connection with last week's deadly shooting at a kosher supermarket police say Akhmed Hadi's phone number was in the back docket of one of the two shooters WCBS TV is Reena Roy is in Jersey city the thirty five year old is expected to face a judge here at federal court this morning he was taken into custody over the weekend on weapons charges after police linked him to the dead gunmen searching his home and his family store where they found multiple firearms and a large cache of

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Man whose info found on Jersey shooter nabbed on gun charge

AP News Radio

00:37 sec | 1 year ago

Man whose info found on Jersey shooter nabbed on gun charge

"When the authorities partisan went battle to a meta lines are Hadi's hardening pawn as Washington shop in New Jersey braces he for this admitted week's owning expected weapons house but denied vote to they impeach were there president a search trump of a shop Democrats at home turned are defending up three the necessity A. R. fifteen of impeachment style assault even rifles if president trump three is not hand removed guns from a shot office gun while and Republicans more than four are denouncing hundred rounds the of ammunition integrity of the process including hollow point senator bullets Ted Cruz so far tells he's A. not B. C.'s been charged this week with supplying I think any this of is the the killers beginning five of the guns end the FBI for is their investigating show trial the shooting that we've seen as domestic in the house terrorism I think it's going to come saying to the Senate David Anderson we're gonna have and fair Francine proceedings Graham and who then died and at then the it's scene not going hated anywhere using because cops the facts three aren't people there in the but Jewish Senate marker minority were leader killed Chuck while Schumer the police is officer raising doubts was shot nearby after Senate Majority and delivery Leader Mitch driver McConnell found told dead fox in a car news trunk last week may also he was be working a victim as one with the I'm White Julie House Walker and there's zero chance the president will be removed from office so far McConnell has not come to me and I'm worried that we won't get a fair trial where all the facts and all the truth comes out the house plans to vote Wednesday on two articles of impeachment abuse of power and obstruction of Congress Ben Thomas Washington

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NJ Pawn Shop Owner Arrested in Possible Link to Jersey City Shooters

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

00:39 sec | 1 year ago

NJ Pawn Shop Owner Arrested in Possible Link to Jersey City Shooters

"New Jersey pawn shop owner facing weapons possession charges in a case stemming from the shoot at in Jersey city New York federal prosecutors reportedly say a slip of paper in the pocket of killer David Anderson had a partial phone number and address FOR Amida Heidi's pawn shop in Keyport the Daily News is quoting a federal court complaint that says when the authorities search is safe in that shop on Friday they found three handguns and a search of his home turned up more weapons including three assault rifles Hadi was held yesterday pending a hearing tomorrow this comes as in the morning continues for the for victims of the shooting new Jersey's governor is Phil Phil Murphy is due at a service today at the A. M. E. church the rebound pick the A. M. E. church in Jersey city

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Interstellar comet 2I/Borisov is whizzing through the solar system

KNX Afternoon News with Mike Simpson and Chris Sedens

00:38 sec | 1 year ago

Interstellar comet 2I/Borisov is whizzing through the solar system

"A fleeting visitor from another solar system has been discovered by an amateur astronomer in Ukraine the comet was confirmed by the Hubble Space Telescope and name for the man who found it it's called too hi Boris off for a genetic boroughs off doctor Hadi handles a planetary astronomer with NASA's Goddard Space Flight Center in Maryland is object was not following a traditional circular or oval orbit around the sun it was coming in at a weird angle coming in fast and coming in an orbit that did not close in a circle or an old this is the first known interstellar comma discovered by an amateur

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Yemen's government, separatists sign deal to stop infighting

Pacifica Evening News

00:57 sec | 1 year ago

Yemen's government, separatists sign deal to stop infighting

"Yemen's internationally recognized government signed a power sharing deal today with southern separatists backed by the United Arab Emirates the deal aims to end months of infighting in the nation's south the two groups are alliance against Yemen's who the rebels but their deadly clashes of exposed to potential rift in the anti who the bark and threaten to further destabilize the Arab world's poorest country Saudi Arabia state TV broadcast the signing ceremony in the Saudi capital Riyadh as were Yemen's president Abed Rabbo months or Hyundai is in in exile since twenty fourteen when the who sees took control of the capital sanaa and much of northern Yemen today's power sharing deal allows for president Hadi to return to southern Yemen envisages a new cabinet a copy of the deal obtained by the Associated Press also shows the separatists agreed to disband their malicious which would be integrated into hardy's forces within

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"hadi" Discussed on The Candid Frame

The Candid Frame

09:25 min | 1 year ago

"hadi" Discussed on The Candid Frame

"Drama attains attained. That's good yeah. That's what I told you I told in one day in one image I told five different stories I it could record myself but I knew what I'm doing because it really doesn't address all five of correct or five hundred hundred wrong. This is surely about Ken in whatever you whatever you put into it by the time it's been a long you're done. I'm dying. It's like it's just like it's just like music right is is not complete just because there's a CD or an album or digital file that song that album is not complete until there's somebody sitting. I'm in the chair with headphones on listening to it to it. Maybe a few times yeah probably a few times but that's the same thing with a photograph. Yeah I cinema and music or a huge influence on me. I love most is you've got.

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"hadi" Discussed on The Candid Frame

The Candid Frame

16:02 min | 1 year ago

"hadi" Discussed on The Candid Frame

"Want to get inside the People's soul. I wanted the moment it even then themself done no. That's what is that moment. Is You know when they sit there then he take your time for few seconds and then you go oh you have to load the film in the back of the camera. Come out of the closet and go here. I WANNA get into their sold. Their is are the gates of the my attention. If you look at mostly I focus only is and let everything else goes away in in most of the time taken equally shoot at five point six. I liked that and I just WanNa get them. I want to get the moment like him star then when they look at the pictures. Oh is that me that's that's such a beautiful view the full pleasure because they ask question about themself. Is that me of course this you picture of you interesting because I sat for a getting the the process that it was one of the old process old glass plate types of Colombian so I sat there and it was really sort of interesting being found a camera for the purpose of that that that photograph because it really sort of it called on me to just just be there to just be present which is unlike when I'm photographed with a camera phone right where I'm very self self conscious. Everyone is but when you sit there and you're having this sort of sit there for a while. It's really hard to put on the face the pose the normally put out you really are called on to be present and I think what you're speaking about is capturing that sort of unguarded arted moment where people are sort of as genuine as they can possibly be in front of a camera and it's easier to do that when you're working with a large camera like that and there's not this thirty six ninety one hundred and fifty photographs that are being being made so once once you have that portrait and you've gotten captured some some semblance of that person's soul when you process the film you make the in you look at the print how long before you start playing with the negative or the print tell you to toot. I didn't time but it takes a while. You know how I'm going. The mix this too negative huish negative fits took negative first of all you know if you WANNA shoot it all to come out saying you have to mark your tripod so oh everybody's seats in the same angle and in into makes it sometimes I go closer. Sometimes I go back and then try to mix makes this together later on because that's totally different process that becomes a post production. You know later either on you. See Oh God. I can't make this together. Let me see all looks like but when I'm shooting it. I'm not planning to mix it out shooting. You as you are later on a discover something you're feeling your looks because and also Oh. I don't shoot in one twenty fifth of the second. My spacious are either one second or half a second. That's interesting okay because I wanNA paint limited. It belongs to just one hundred fifty. One twenty two hundred fifty is just like fraction of interesting because going with at slower. I shutter speed. You're also not allowing that one fraction of a second to define who that person is. This person is for. I I can't even though it's not technically sharp all these other things we usually we used subjectively judge a photograph. It's like no this is how this person exists in this finite period of time. That's fascinating so we're talking about here. Though is the fact that you will accumulate work and sometimes it may be days weeks months. Maybe even seven years before you incorporated with other. Chil when you have so much work to sort of pull from do sort of like you create something and then you go. I have that image that I shot three years ago. Do you have a student in your mind or do you have to go through your contact sheets to search for it. How do you sort of figure out. What's what because like you said well. You're always producing work and it's hard now for the computer to figure out where everything is right. Yeah you try to look for it. So how do you are. You pretty organized in terms of where you hell now but that's why I shot liked to shoot eight by ten God because I should either one okay. That makes a lot of sense yeah. I don't but sometimes I look for the somebody. I'm the as I found something else. Then how this this I forgot about this now. I can mix this phone with this. One's more I can write this silence. You know it just the process constant process all the time. I'm sitting and walking. I'm thinking photography. I'M GONNA it do it. where I'm going to do it especially art center days? I was really colorist. I wanted to see I wanNA. RGB detailed me what to do or Kodak. DOC wants to meet to do always wants to move on. That's why I started bleaching. You know as you knew it to color film has three layers. I would get rid of Red Siobhan. I would get rid of him by bleaching very carefully because they're all like micron own starts stacking together. If you were acquitted be patient you can actually take the Scien- layers and out of it then you you have a blue and Magenta and blue goes to yellow then then you have to mix color and sometimes you have leftover after you could impede it out correctly of that one. Those are all temperatures when new printing it it gives you a different shade after colors all his they told me how you get your caller. I I just don't get it like Kodak or Fuji Scholars. You know I would try to get them a little bit of what was or you tell me what it would be in. That's why some of my teacher. You choose those days. They called me chemist kaminsky chemist dino. This world might either dispiriting yeah. I WANNA I WANNA be able to go forward. You know we we both teach students and sometimes that experimentation it towards a goal they see someone else's done something interesting and so they'll experiment because they want to emulate what someone else is doing figure it out. You seem to be very contrary to that your experiment you're experimenting but you're not in search of emulating someone else as you are trying to create something that mirrors mirrors what you have imagined in your head and for me that that that means that you have an interest intrinsic trust with how how you are imagining something even though you have not seen it reflected other people's work okay that is a very difficult place to be as an artist to be confident with that because as you've said people have looked at your work and they just go what the. Hell is hardy. Doing this isn't it doesn't fit into the box yes and when you are surrounded by people who are trying to fit into the box and you are sort of struggling as as an artist trying to make your way. It is very tempting to say okay. I can't continue following this because no one likes it. No one's going to pay me for this. So maybe maybe I should start doing more acceptable commercial work but you've stayed very true to that. So how have you been able to stay committed to that that voice that you have to be able to continue doing the work over the period of time that you have would-be give credit to for that to myself. They told you I really do believe that. Every flower has their own sense and I always want to be my my own night. I looked at sometimes people. Call me sheet in shot. You know that Lady's artists wishes started riding damages and it was in origin all before then they did it. It'd be like in the Cave David d'oro and David something else in in the dim bothering me they Kara. Ah for some people come here to buy things. Oh that's shooting shot you know I don't get bother with it in you know. I actually told Rossi. I want to have a show tidal in on a cigar. I'm not shooting the shot myself because I do realize I myself. I think I don't WanNa be look like Irving Pan. I don't WanNa be looked like all those big cats. I WANNA be just myself self as an artist if I don't sell it. I'm so happy making it the again you can't. I can't tell you describe you. Joy Fall is to making king it. Does you can put the price on it if they like it. They buy if they don't like it. I like to have it. I have that attitude in. I worked your card to become in this one compromise this one. I was working for Gotcha Ninety so we like Craig Gorman. Can you do do that. I said no go higher Craig. You know not that they're they're amazing photographers but you know. I'm not trying to be amazing. I just is trying to communicate with you as our this. I WANNA be responsible. I WANNA be me. I WANNA WANNA stay otter. I don't want it to come permission detail me. Okay are by this one and you just put that. I can't do it to tell you the truth. I create my images in total control of myself. If I have mistake and blame it myself or all of them GonNa do I don't yeah I don't like as an artist the money to give me heartbeat and also extra heartbeat and also living in Los Angeles is expensive city. You know you he can make money otherwise you know how you're going to pay this things the one of the things it's because of the way that you work and because how much how much effort and time is involved in it. I'll speak for myself. There's sometimes when I'm working on something taking me a period of time to do and I'll get started a very enthusiastic about the idea idea is just wonderful and then just the normal obstacles start showing up Ryan and it's becoming more difficult to do and I doubt myself off and there's sometimes they just have to look at it and go okay. I don't care how about I'm feeling. I'm just going to push through and just do it and they're just like this is not going to work and I just need to redirect that energy to something else and that could be a really sort of difficult choice to make because sometimes you know. You may be tempted to give up on something that you I shouldn't just keep going. It will pay off but there are other times where it's just like. It's not going anywhere and I'm wondering for you when you've experienced those moments how you sort of I discern and parse where you when you need to really stay committed and when you just need to sort of just let it go and move on your I I sometimes I make work in half an I get really tired as you said. I don't know where I'm going with it. I just put them aside and go back to the month two months later and look at it then. I started working game continuing it. You know usually the second time I finish it. Okay usually most of the time I finish it on the second time Sam tired of this one. I'm going to go this one. You know as as you can see I have done stirs that can work onto stable than have a darkroom officers. Those moments are changing or I'll take a walk or because that's why I don't like deadlines. When you have a deadline to finish it and then you're not finishing the way you want it because it just finishing is important that not how to finish it? I was working on a on a working. I now find our project. It's the first time I've ever really done anything quote unquote fine art and I had to come up with a concept. I had to write it down to explain what I'm going for and all this other stuff and it was really strange changed to have to explain and put into words something that I had yet to create very it's good for me is good it for me because it's different right and seeing the work and seeing that it's taking ship along the lines is sort of good but part of me is kind of like you you is that I I don't WanNa be the definer of the work for the people who come upon it. I don't want it to be so so rigidly defined by the concept that I came up with that it reduces people being able to look at it and discover it on their own terms and it seems like you like look bad you want people to discover it interpreted on their own terms but in just I just the nature of the fine as it is that in terms of the the gallery owners the curator's the buyers they you want they feel like art has to have as rigid a structure in terms of the work as the means by which it's often created because photography so rigid in terms of you know shutter speed aperture. It's like okay it's and they expect that the work should be in line with that and I think you are sort of in even though there's a very technical exacting process for the creation of the work that that doesn't and shouldn't apply the way people see and experience the work and I think that's why it's kind of difficult for you to sort of find it difficult to really embrace the idea of explaining because as soon as displaying they have another question you find out the get go through whole things do the new. I do believe that the artist should go after the war and try to explain it what it is we know visual ours is education occasion. You learn more and more as you grow up in the visual arts the audience or the people you're buyers. They should move onto you know they should if if something is visually pleasant for them there is no explanation..

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"hadi" Discussed on The Candid Frame

The Candid Frame

02:11 min | 1 year ago

"hadi" Discussed on The Candid Frame

"You work with film. You work with medium format large format polaroid and one of the things that fascinated me about those mediums is not just the way they look. I mean they have a distinctive look but it involves of very different physical process in terms of how you handle each camera and then when it comes into the lab. You're having do things actively with your body. It's not like you sit at a computer with just your hand in your wrist moving and I think that and I'm wondering wondering thing for you. Whether the physicality of how you make photographs in how you make your prince is that a part of were you derive. The joy of the process from literally can't tell you exactly what it is but I liked large-format because I get the chance to shoot only one especially these days you know maybe two but when I should two and a quarter I should two three okay and thirty five. I should more than that one in Oh. I like it because on large format I experienced soon as you put the camera in your comes out here. See that became Roy takes us seriously via the he. He asked to follow your direction then you can manipulate them. You know when you have thirty five. You should three four hopefully getting one wish you looking for for but in large format you can't do that. You know you have to be decisive. What you want to go so when you're making same working with large format and you've got it'd be one two sheets of paper or whatever material that you're using film to shoot. Are you very exacting in terms of what do you. WanNa get from that shot or you sort of little sort of Loosey Goosey because you know all this is just the foundation from which I'm going to build upon no no no no. I have idea all of my portrait. I.

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"hadi" Discussed on The Candid Frame

The Candid Frame

06:58 min | 1 year ago

"hadi" Discussed on The Candid Frame

"The reaction of the audience is going to be completely different because of that juxtaposition that one image in one piece of film another piece of film and the emotion will completely transform how people think they're supposed to experience how they naturally experienced the scene and I think that for you. That's sort of what you're trying to do. Who with a two dimensional fixed image is that you're trying to elicit the same sort of emotional visceral experience by juxtaposing juxtaposing all these different elements as seen what more you can get from just the one the one image that the this is completely true. I mean the year I go. I love that way in also if you look at the win when you go to gallery. Sometimes Watch people especially photo gallery people staying staying your images. Maybe one second till sick and they just pass by the look. I said they have to change this. I WanNa make you to stay little longer. Laura my image you get it not to get it but that staying longer in one image to next image is is just a goal for me because I do believe on that load longer fraction of the second your brain. GonNa see other teams in the keep. Keep looking keep looking incomplete had ah the people coming asking me what you write. It really doesn't matter like I'm playing which you I WANNA use. Stay stay long arm my image. I work for your heart for this. It doesn't matter as a broken narrative in one you want to know if tell you the truth on my last ask show who was who was Sunday ahead to images in a five people. Ask Me what you writing. I told the five people five different stories MHM because to me. There's a matter really what I'm telling you there. You know it just like throwing a rotation and giving different dimension to demand two dimensional storytelling threatening because anyone who reads Farsi. We'll take a look at it and discuss. It's not worth assist part of part of what I like about. The work is the fact that you were suggesting that people that that don't rely on what I intended for the ones you make it your own experience in whatever way that you want to experience it and that's and that's it's okay yeah yeah but part of part of being able to do that as an artist is trusting yourself right the some people will all gone on a piece of work and they want the same goal. They want people to linger on their working but some people are either they can be. Ah Sort of a controlling exacting writing music has to be perfect because I want this sort of experience and it doesn't seem like that's where you're coming from you. There's a sort of intuitive nece naturalness that comes to it but it's it's hard to get there because photography's technical technical practice right. DSM Part of it is as artist. It's just being able to surrender and just let it go and not always feeling like you're control and when you're young that India is completely. NFL It doesn't make sense at some point. You have to sort of dislike. Oh you don't have to have your you know your hands around the neck of your work so told me about you being able to make that kind of transition as young photographer radio artist. Did it come easy for you. It was easy as you know it you know sitting being at art center with those teachers from the after World War Two training like Archie frontpage since key Mr and a and and this this people if things was in certain way they wouldn't accept it. You know I had a hard time and with the Minot that's why they called me Kaminsky. They always had this Kaminsky. Donahue Kaminsky was because he they he didn't like avangard or they taught. Photography is just here light comes from left and the camera looks at him and they get the back. Akron lied to get a print and pride. Your black has to be this way or white has to be I did went through that trainy learned and I thought his boring because sometimes you print it's just different mood. You're look at this planet. There is constant changing why not us so that coming out of the and becoming something else became for me it gold. I WanNa do this one right but I don't WanNa do this. You know after four turn turn. You have more more them doing that. One witness started working for the surfing companies ninety s they loved hauge in. If you put should whole go for Mister Cain they would kill you. They would give you like an F. and you had to take the classic gate but Assad is people liking it so then I saw the possibility of an keep moving for board keep moving forward and has started writing. It's not like element of the far seen decide that teams not that much. I like to write Farsi because I think is prettier from right to left I can I can put the real as much as I wanna go. This side of the paper or this side of the negative in tug would be interesting for the West one will show the shape all puppet because here a lot of people don't know of other things thinks only one language and that's English sh you know if they go to fancy they become French. Yeah there is other a lot of others. typewriting thing is happening. You know I can show you. I have a book which shows the Movement of changing off. Uh Farsi from sunscreen eat then attack of Arabs to Iran a only four Sir weived diverse stuff from they burned all the books like totally like Isis. They burned the Burgh steak cut all the Persian buildings they they they wanted to change it. You know so only for words survive after which I use that for a lot in my work not just to be nationalised well. Every flower has his own smell. Can I want to I want to show Dataman..

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"hadi" Discussed on The Candid Frame

The Candid Frame

14:21 min | 1 year ago

"hadi" Discussed on The Candid Frame

"Dad appeal. Oh my God yeah I can imagine how difficult I would have would have been as a kid. Families are always have their secrets and even as a kid. You know certain she's not not exposed to that different places but also who was really good. I have a brother one year older than me and and he was pretty smart still is his every time my dad was high. He says okay. Let's go ask for money in what is going to beat us. No no no is is in a good mood in we had to share Taylor we had mentioned in Iran and then part of the world. It is so rich with music. Poetry literature was that part and parcel of the education being introduced to to that to that well because here in the states especially now what you learning schools is completely separate for in terms of any sort of awareness of the art of even what is commercially available on TV movies radio stations on the computer paint a picture for me in Iran in terms of how the culture in terms of music poetry literature became came part of your upbringing. I think they were mostly. Emmy amusing for the kid my age at that time because because nothing else was going on and you had to read and you have to make yourself in a useful at the time because the summertime there was snell school sold reading was big and also cinema I love the idea of storytelling as would the cinema and the Indian movies was big and cheap. Yeah you could see two three movies like a a week for very less money than you know when you go to see American movies that was probably fat be the PhD me that reading is is essential especially. I had the neighbor and he would give his hip was two three years older than me. Every time he would finish his book. It would come knock my door so read. This fantastic in sort of hanging out with the people are the same in way of thinking. You have no other kids. I was fortunate I was from middle class families so I could buy books folks and read a lot of kids my age. They had to go during the summertime. They had to help their parents for their rice filled because they were a rice grower. They had other things to do. Grad let me my dad. was you know he was a middle class lower middle class so oh he would provide us buy books for us in was mostly part of the Paris strategy he to keep you at home not to go in the street and my brother never liked reading but I was the one I just fascinated by the going in truly and see what's the life is about this stories. We're the stories by mostly writers from Iran or were they just from shoot. If you look at the sixties and seventies communism Russians were very very very smart. You could buy like a hemingway for like fifty cents but you could buy takoff or the other Russia. 's riders collected ten cents. Okay you know how the Arab Ganda Luckily Dimmer Amazing riders the amazing writers in eventually you know when you grow up your your taste changes and you changed I seal of Shahaf off because his stories was sweet people you know he he taught the street is University Free University. You can learn a lot of the people's behavior how functions out there so tell me about you came here to the United States at the point between the fall of the show and the the revolution. Tell me about that time because that's very tumultuous time whether you were there or whether you are back here because it had an impact on on on so many so many people for you you you hit come here as a student so you were here on a on a studio wasn't that. Shaw Oh had the idea called the Open University which it would get the TV to the small cities the people could come get education to the go actually get inside the university and you would look at Appro- would air from Iran in channel channel three than they after each three months they would come back to your theron and would take a test and actually would get your degree from there. It was amazing and I was part of the Group of people because I was studying education and library science in Tehran University so they picked me up to come here he he had become producer so I can go back produce different lectures for this do this so they can get the education. You know by that got here. September four in November America decided to get to the show hinder. We stayed here. It was Reagan took over. It was a really tough time time and a lot of students at the time. You're on your student. Then they took the hostages is became really chaos. We had to go. I was Zac Pasadena City College. We had to go every Friday. City would provide principle in all your honor student underboss immigration office office. They will check us out. Do we have. I ninety four visas than we saw happen. They deported a lot of people but tell you the truth the first day they took me order. There was a lady in she looked at me in went. All the way at the end of the line came back back to the principal. Don't bring him in the area they more so that that was my key and Pasadena City College had the amazing teacher photography program. His name was guy. L loved him still do was in my comments. He was you know I. I like to call them. Black people you know because I love the word of the black you know and he took me. He looked at me and my sis now. You know what how always suffered centuries in this country in every weekend he will. He and his wife will take to the beach. This sort of like took care left me in put me onto shelled shelters and we're looking. Nobody is going to do something to this. Iran guy those days we were in Iranian Uber Iranian. I anion always had a really yeah. I can only imagine what it must have been especially young the kid away from your family owned for the most part and all of a sudden you just in the nature of politics and the world to suddenly transform your world in in terms of the hostility that could be directed toward you and just the unpredictability of of just whether or not you could stay here in the first place yeah. It does really dark time. I don't know what's going to happen tomorrow so did photography at that time sort of help you sort of you know have a means of sort of not only creativity that means of escape from all the tensions. Davos after that I would go down lay an abroad vader. I love the Broadway because I get mixed with other. Mexicans over there because I'm a brown man was so comfortable all just like you feel like here on your own people. You know it was safe so I did a lot of street. Dogar Affi I shot from beginning for some reason then I love this street art. You know all these things would painted. They would go up there and watching them. You know I like that when I was looking forward sort to get more time to go there in downtown. La and and be comfortable. That's the only place I found my temple for for me and you can tell me because one of the things I'm kind of fat. I'm trying to understand your process here in talking with you and for me the thing that I enjoy about street. Photography is the nature one of the unpredictability of the street but tapping the into the natural rhythm of the street because for me I think that life and especially on the street has rhythm to it and and then if you are able to get in sync with it you can not only see different things sort of coming together but at some point you can sense the potential title of something that could come together and then when you recognize you and you're able to capture it. It's not the fact that do photographed something but that you were able able to get into a space where you could feel the moment not just see it and I think people who shoot along those lines get what I'm saying but I'm curious as to whether is that what your experience was in the street or was it some variation of that definitely helped me out to make that decisive moment. Mike Click it or I'm not going to click it and the rhythm of the street will take you that as you look any lurk Ihab Albatross to shoot it or not to shoot it it just keep moving on and going up and always were interested to show the weak side of the society. You know the things the needs to be improved as a young photographer always always loved it. You know the missing send your photographing the man and the woman sitting and selling Tortilla the or selling oranges you know in their looks are unhappy. They don't WanNa be here in these psychot- the energy for like a box of oranges or a human being sitting behind they then tried to sell it or looking at the wondering people you know in Los Angeles beauty of Los Angeles is that you can walk like a baby five ten blocks and get another community. Oh Dasa Asa Korean. Don is all looking different than they behave different they are they are not selling oranges in the street. You Know Street photography thirty in quote unquote straightforward. You're documenting something that's in front of you and able to capture that quintessential moment you feel good. You accomplish something plant. You've gone far beyond that and your work is known for the fact that you're not into just making the imagery for for image sake that for you that is merely the starting point from which you explore the image further in terms of manipulation of the negative or print sprint or the combination of different photographs. Where did you start drinking. Or what was the inspiration for taking that step. Step always want to do feel but I could only afford to photography but it's very hard to tell the story in two dimensional space. You know that's by adding other elements you know. I always thought Oh this my need something else. I should due disrespect not should get one. I would create the idea of what I'm GonNa do in sleep with it then they come back and do different antics and as I told you I love imperfections in analog photography because sometimes creates a beauty but just sustain with one subject and then looking one image eventually. We'll take you different places. You know like if you look at your back the image shit over there it just lightly king. I had to put a after my exposure. I have to carry on like hundred feet feet to go to the machine and get process. If it is a hole in the back of the time you come through the light to go to the darkroom to loathe it. The whole creates some some other things on it. I don't know it you know you get all then you see wow. This looks good. You know for that image behind. You have to if you want to do digital. You have to write really good program to do that. Eighteen mostly the accident in Warren ability off the medium of analogue photography made me to just keep moving and thinking another what I can do with this one I have am I gonna get it more expanded. I'm taking it. It just constant agitation. You know constant into developing on that one you know going from here to there there really interesting the year comparison to to to the film film if you put a picture of a person a footage of a person's smiling and you put and you cut it with a film love a dog or a piece of ice cream or something like that and then you take that same person but have them frowning and put the same images to those same images..

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"hadi" Discussed on The Candid Frame

The Candid Frame

10:29 min | 1 year ago

"hadi" Discussed on The Candid Frame

"I've crossed paths with so many people in my career a lot of them in passing. It's easy to feel a connection with someone and intend to follow up but never get around to it. I don't know about you but it seems to me that it takes so much more time and effort to sustain friendships than when I was younger but sometimes sometimes fate provides second chance and that's exactly what I had with today's guest howdy Salih he and I at one point we're teaching at the Art Center College of design and then we were familiar with each other. We never had a proper sit down but because of a reintroduction through a mutual your friend I had the chance to sit down and learn about holidays fascinating story as an immigrant and artist. How do you use his photography graphene a variety of different ways including using different film development processes distressing and even writing his negatives and prints. He doesn't allow the limitations of his medium to define his work because he wants to do so much more than simply distract you for a few seconds and also if you look at the the win we nego the gallery sometimes watch people especially for the gallery people staying your images. Maybe one second in two seconds. They just passed by the look at I said I have to change this one. I WanNa make you to stay little longer my image you get it not to get did it but that staying longer in one image to next image is is just a goal for me because I do believe on that little bit longer fraction up to second your brain. GonNa see other teams in the keep. Keep looking keep looking incomplete. The people coming you asking me what you write. It really doesn't matter that's like I'm playing with you. I WANNA use stay. Stay longer arm my image. I worked for your art for this one. It doesn't matter as broken narrative in what you want to know for decades. He earned his living as an educator but he has always always been creating. When I visited his downtown studio there was an abundance of work each reflecting a different aspect and period in his is creative life his dedication and passion exist in every inch of that space and informs only does today as his work. Mark makes its way into the world of fine art. I do really trust myself. I think I don't want to be looked like irving penn.. I don't WanNA WANNA be looked like all those big cats. I want to be just myself as an artist if I don't sell it. I'm so happy making it you can you can't. I can't tell you describe you. Joey fall is to making it. Does you can put the price on it if they lie a kid they buy if they don't like it. I like to have it. I have that attitude in. I work hard to become in this one. I don AH compromise this. When I was working for Gotch I ninety s only like Craig Gorman. Can you do that. I said no go higher Craig Coleman. We'll talk to haughty about his life growing up in Iran with a parent who is an addict and what it was like for him to adapt to living in the US during the Iranian revolution. This is about an ex and welcome back to.

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News in Brief 16 July 2019

UN News

03:45 min | 1 year ago

News in Brief 16 July 2019

"This is the news in brief from the United Nations ahead of a key expert meeting at the U._N.. To decide whether to declare the ongoing Ebola outbreak in the Democratic Republic of Congo and International Health Emergency U. N. CHILDREN'S FUND UNICEF warned won't that the epidemic is infecting more children than earlier outbreaks to date. There have been more than two thousand five hundred cases of infection and to nearly one thousand six hundred seventy people have died in the D._R._C. Provinces of cheery and North Kivu. Making it the worst outbreak the country has ever faced and the second largest epidemic on record. Here's at UNICEF spokesperson Marex mcaddo. This outbreak is affecting more children than previous outbreaks of Ebola as the seventh of July lie there had been seven hundred and fifty infections among children. This represents thirty one percent of total cases compared with about twenty percent in previous outbreaks. Meanwhile the World Health Organization confirmed that an emergency meeting on the outbreak. DOC will take place on Wednesday afternoon in Geneva. The aim of the encounter is for D._R._C. Representatives you in health experts and partners to decide whether the situation warrants declaring an international emergency. This is the fourth time the emergency panel will I'll have met during the current outbreak and it follows confirmation that the disease has been identified in Goma a city of two million people on the border with Rwanda obesity among populations of Small Island Developing States is a health emergency see made worse by climate change the U._N.. Food and Agriculture Organization or F._A._O.. said on Tuesday according to the agency one in two adults is obese in many small island communities in Polynesia and Micronesia while on average. Rich obesity levels in people from small island states are sixty percent higher than elsewhere citing climate change as a key factor in degraded land and Ocean Resources F._A._O.. Believes that this has led to dependence on imported foods that are ultra high in salt salt sugar and fat and extremely high levels of overweight and obesity speaking at the one thousand nine hundred nine high level political forum in New York F._A._O.. Director General Jose Graziano da Silva also noted that paradoxically levels. Of Hunger or undernourishment are also higher in these small island states than globally to address both hunger and obesity in small island nations. Mr Graziani Dasilva said the one way they could do this was by making better use of marine resources by tackling tackling illegal unreported and unregulated fishing and finally to Yemen where the U N has announced that a deal has been reached with both parties at war over the key red seaport of data in a statement the U._N.. said that it had brought together. Gather delegations from the government of President Abd Rabbo Mansour Hadi and Hootie opponents on board a vessel on the high seas offer data. This was their first face-to-face meeting since February the U._N.. Statement continued adding that deep belligerence took stock of their earlier agreements on the redeployment of forces from her data. They also agreed on new measures to reinforce a ceasefire and de escalation which is to be put in place as soon as possible by the United Nations Mission to support the HIDETO agreement after more than four years of war. Yemen is in the grip of a humanitarian disaster with millions facing famine in a related development the U. N. special envoy to Yemen Martin Griffiths has continued to push for an end to the conflict after flying to the.

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"hadi" Discussed on The Psychology Podcast

The Psychology Podcast

01:51 min | 2 years ago

"hadi" Discussed on The Psychology Podcast

"You sleep away the mood boost afternoon. Exercise seems to be better for avoiding injury. I think largely because of body temperature body temperature goes up later today in so you're literally more warmed up. Is better for performance. There's interesting affects on long shin Hadi coordination speed at us or late afternoon early in the evening and people also report going it more. I am late afternoon early evening again, I think a lot of it has to do with his body temperature. So it really depends for morning exercise for enduring mood boost habit. Formation weight loss afternoon exercise for enjoying it. More performing better in a boarding injury. Cool. Okay. Last question a bit of a cheeky framing ready? When is the best time to have a midlife crisis. I was gonna cover question. Yeah. It was. That's a really good question. Well, I mean, you know that the midlife crisis. The brainchild of Elliott jock in the early nineteen sixties is complete bogas ity. There's no so widespread crisis at at middle age. There is something very intriguing that goes on across cultures is that there's a use shape Kerber wellbeing. So people actually their subjective wellbeing is dips a little bit in middle age. But no serious crisis. I'm at in my life now at the bottom of that you shape curve down basically, the so everything is up for me. From now on physically everything is up for it. Does that mean like on average? People to people in my population cohort. Yeah. On average, lift I don't know if I will. Gotcha. Why hope you will? Hey, thanks, a lot for the Chad. This was a lot of fun. And I've had a lot of fun reading your work. Thanks a lot. I appreciate the questions on a pre. She ate the dark alleys you walk down with me. I enjoyed it. Yeah. Me too..

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Trump says allegations against Saudis are example of "guilty until proven innocent"

01:53 min | 2 years ago

Trump says allegations against Saudis are example of "guilty until proven innocent"

"Trump Tuesday criticised rapidly mounting global condemnation of Saudi Arabia that over the mystery of missing journalist jamarcus Shoghi warning of a rush to judgment and echoing the Saudis requests for patients, President Trump compared the case to the vet Kavanagh confirmation process saying it's another example of guilty until proven innocent vice President Mike Pence he said the truth needs to come out. Speaking to secretary peyot later today. I know he's had meetings in Saudi Arabia. The president said we're going to get to the bottom of it. The world know the truth. If in fact. Mr. kashogi was harder. Need to know who was responsible we need to hold those responsible. It's it's even more more. But he was a member of a free and independent press at any loss of life is grievous any act of violence declines to life is. Damn. This was also free and independent press. We're going to demand answers. The world deserves answers and the president Hadi and Artvin straight continue to call for answers say that those responsible are held to account. Pro government. Turkish newspapers published a gruesome recounting of the alleged flying of kashogi at the Saudi consulate in Istanbul Yeni SAF excited an audio recording. Which it said showed the Washington Post columnist was tortured the newspaper said Saudi consul-general Muhammed Al Tabin could be heard on the tape saying, quote, do this outside you're going to get me in trouble. The paper said one of the Saudis torturing kashogi replied shut up if you want to live when you returned to Arabia and the kingdom

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Deep forehead wrinkles may signal a higher risk for cardiovascular mortality

Global News Podcast

00:41 sec | 2 years ago

Deep forehead wrinkles may signal a higher risk for cardiovascular mortality

"For twenty years. Research is in front studied thousands of adults to analyze the connection between wrinkles on the Foret and the risk of dying from cardiovascular disease. The team found that people with the most wrinkles with ten times more likely to die than those with no wrinkles. Once the research is did not find a definitive link between increased wrinkles and the risk of death from heart disease is believed that the hardening of arteries you to plank build up maybe the cools and his blood vessels in the Freud, assoc mall that the first show the banks of vessel aging whilst fried brow is no better predicting cardiovasc-. Risk than existing methods. Researchers said their findings could help raise concerns soon

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"hadi" Discussed on Monday Morning Podcast

Monday Morning Podcast

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"hadi" Discussed on Monday Morning Podcast

"Pacific southwest airlines was another airline press start to play with color course advertising and is a bunch of sexy women winking at me and all this using sex to sell in twenty eighteen what is going on here this is another added this is an ad for disneyland i'll you know what go fuck yourself fuck this video is this just click bait is that what i've done here was another kind of take something right now i guarantee you all these fucking hadi's that were on this airline they weren't the ones that bitched ugly women that couldn't get the fuck and i come so sick of this certain jobs you should just be good looking okay and as a fucking unsightly human being i feel i say the ship right you walk into a restaurant you want to see somebody good looking hotel gym all of that shit this fucking thing now that you don't have to be good looking and you could be like you know overweight and all of that stuff is really not helping out fat people i can tell you that yes they're getting a job but this still eating their way to a fucking early grave who does wanna live it's sort of what you're doing is much as you're giving them a job euro so in this roundabout way kind of doing this assisted suicide you kind of a part of it right food sense i don't want to talk about but i'm gonna continue speaking.

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"hadi" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

01:43 min | 3 years ago

"hadi" Discussed on KGO 810

"I'll watch for that thoughts with those two hadi's armstrong and getty and the other guys to a lot of people hated that when when we debuted at yesterday a lot of people hated that here's your host joe getty they're just jealous positive sean you final thoughts so glimpse into the complex cities that are me yesterday i think okay i'm gonna make this entire package of breakfast sausages that way i can have some breakfast sausage every day for breakfast for the rest of the week it gets a great idea jump cut to fifteen minutes later i ate all the sausages put a dog in charts all gone i would've done both of those didn't even make it to the ziplock my landlord your funnels.

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"hadi" Discussed on Dude Soup

Dude Soup

01:31 min | 3 years ago

"hadi" Discussed on Dude Soup

"And not not at me purposefully i was i was about to ask what you did to encourage this knowledgeled man's wrath as good kid okay well do you do you feel like that creative drive though has persisted in it on you to now absolutely not sca shamed hadi no i think art stuff was in me from when those located creative drive has been and makes and sells will kids so i don't think it'll ever diet will just manifest in different ways as they get older i think uh i agree at can you feel any other parts of your child selves in you or is that all that i've been killed by serb rule world sure no no no um it stays alive in you uh especially like a job like this for you to be creative all the time they're still bits of joy like laughing at fort jokes and stuff that's like a poop is one of the first things you laugh at when you're likeable infant so as to left at that i guess it's pure now let's go still be a need some way and i am more much more jaded but uh uh it lives on i think yet to nurtured but poop yet the poop came had an ever get the poop what's your uh i guess you have creative goals or you just kinda happy happy expressing yourself in the way to adhere boys at new creative goals new paths than in think looming try out um nilly diving back into editing can reset a lot of my guest creative goals and career goals that way uh we're starting at one house that is um so i'm not the i'm always finding these stuff to try and push sean uh but all i think a lot of my recent creed of.

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"hadi" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

02:20 min | 3 years ago

"hadi" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"To the tune of six hundred million dollars dcm city council gave the thumbs up to the redevelopment this afternoon cairo radios mike lewis has detailed is slow approved unanimously at the committee level uh it's been a pretty negotiation all the way through there have been some people look for you concerns regarding the tax breaks concerns regarding though moving at a skatepark concerns regarding making sure workers were attend and most of those folks at some point or another real feel felt like they got an amendment that satisfied there there are concerned now eyes around the national hockey league board of governors which meets in new jersey thursday we can find out if the plans for the key will prompt them to talk about putting an nhl expansion franchise here in seattle jenny durkin is barely darkened the doorstep of the mayor's office now she's already looking for a new police chief kathleen o'toole announced today she's going to be stepping down at the end of this year needless to say this is a very very difficult decision for me and difficult because i love this city and more than anything i loved the in a cough can't believe on actually getting emotional deputy chief carmen best will serve as interim chief starting january first marriage any durkin hope to have a new chief selected by next spring thanks to a federal judge you'll still be able to enjoy your espresso served by a bikini barista in everett the jurist ruled that an ordinance aimed at imposing dress codes on the workers was vague and violates a fourteenth amendment equal protection guarantee since of mainly targets women the city has argued that the scantily clad employees could easily be targeted for crime and were being exploited but amelia powell with hillbilly hadi's says that's not true or not quite at we hear of anwar to work there out there how we want to go to work every day this is how we watch you express ourselves the judges allowing the bikini barista stands to continue to operate while a lawsuit filed by the owners and their employees moves forward oregon palmer has your towers seven pinpoint weather forecast we're entering a very stagnant weather pattern around western washington morning low clouds and fog breaking out into some sunshine in the afternoon high temperatures tomorrow in the forecast i'm cairo seven pinpoint meteorologist morgan's cloudy and forty one of downtown seattle i'm frank shares on demand with a cairo radio at cairo radio news 973.

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"hadi" Discussed on Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts

Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts

01:37 min | 3 years ago

"hadi" Discussed on Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts

"Then sterile shebang she and shows like pita please don't dr and then i sat down and i went john then if i go tonight rule you'll be a vote and he said not so that i said okay i'm ongoing a cat yet another thing i wouldn't have gone if if if invite will still going on that not i would have state mm because i felt like with no vote happening with may gone stare had time to get back in the world and i do think show of in a better position will show that on on well that's bosie that's that's yes but by if they would have been avoid that not hadi state i would have stayed because i would have thought if i stay a debt goes i keep my an you know potentially mental ataba keep really good sierra if i just usually are at least there are in the dust and lower that are going on that completely burned stare scholla going harm and the rest of them would be that much need asta at the ordering worth sticking it out and i did think i would have state interesting ever contemplated leaving i'm shocked me honest advice higher told me she did a little of it oh what's tower going back to the you know like the summit tell fought for people like that that three yes about lucky with their tyronn lue very close you know she did have a foothold on.

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"hadi" Discussed on WWL

WWL

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"hadi" Discussed on WWL

"Chain of coffee stands called hill billy hadi's there are sued the city of everett washington because the town is passed a pair of ordinances banning the baristas from wearing bikinis while they're selling java cheese hung in the lawsuit the women claim they are being on lawfully targeted be because they are women and the lawsuit says quote just like starbucks with green apron's ups with brown trucks incur an hooters with short orange shorts the baristas a tire evokes a message at work and they say their first amendment rights are being violated because they're not loud to serve coffee wearing bikinis good luck uh huh would you like to get coffee from god wearing a bikini are not why my wife and i were around now so if your wife is with yugoslavia coffee a dunkin' donuts is darn right if your wife's not with you you're going to go to hillbilly heidi's to get i you gotta give him time marks for that name that is a fun mike some money thank you to her head what is wrong with three ball we'll talk to you in less than twenty minutes and more first news you're on wwl hey that david dave nussbaum's theme song through bigger live and directed wwltv's pinpoint forecast center and tell mr meteorologist happy friday ooh.

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"hadi" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

01:56 min | 3 years ago

"hadi" Discussed on WJR 760

"Security karen all nicole over they'd also shows just how difficult this is and and how when a case appears to be the over and somebody appears to have served their time that it really isn't over well and that's always her challenge now there's an and uh and so the point is you wanna work with people and i think we've given out like colbert earlier measure of safety or the justice system easterly cohen a review these allegations as a turkish general liberal system and out of it it's all about her safety in and we can never reach higher in iran are state unless provides stake in a garage and and community is and that's really part of what we ah are challenge for the future is an and then there's the other story they've got a lot of attention far from life or death although it seemed that way for those involved when people put down money for wedding dresses and were planning their big day and they go to pick up their dresses or even not yet but they read in the news that the place they were getting their wedding dresses was going out of business head shot shuddered and locked their doors like the case of el for angelo yeah you know the the anakara at will my wife hadi this guy under a wedding the previous week at current krenz of ours and our our daughter which in a wedding not our marriage delray on an happier derided but but but and so we are at a wedding and then come back and you see this yes sir shuttering iraqi business through the key thing here we've there so information on our website and our if something like this happens quickly ah if you put a credit cartner that receive your items you on a quick.

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