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"hafeez" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

03:21 min | 5 months ago

"hafeez" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"In Khartoum and sided with an Arab militia known as the Janja weed. United Nations estimates that the conflict came claimed more than 300,000 lives. Hafiz Muhammed is director of Justice Africa, an organization that campaigns for democracy based in the Sudanese capital Khartoum. So how did the clashes begin? Just a dispute between two people over football Much end it with the guy from the muscle. It's tapping the guy from the others on that lead to steps on. Then those people came to take revenge from the whole idea. Pickups around jail. Yes, this feud to end it with all this masters off innocent people just over football matches stabbing and then Escalated. Everything is very sensitive there and bears on the tribal and ethnic lie. They mobilized different militia. Even from across the board, off chat, and all of them they came. They attacked the overwhelming as security forces. Just explain the background. Then of all of this, why is there such tension between these different groups actually started into southern antique when The war in tough form supposed to be empty by signing the Dubai agreement, and that actually bears on the phone s stick on tribal line, fueled by the old regime, which, actually using divide and rule policy to try and defeat the army itself on that is and it was dividing people according to their Esther Cry. If you are an African, you are their God. And you always be attacked by the Arabs who have Bean mobilized being supported by the government, and that's exactly what I had become a trend. Therefore, West, therefore is persecuted because there's too many incidents off this type of attack at its continued even Peace agreement supposed to be implemented supposed to be in the ground, people supposed to believe the source of peace in total disarray. Has there been any response to this from the government? I think the governor trying to ask the security force intervene. But according to my knowledge, the commander in Janina orbit forces, too. Stop the classes. So what needs to be done? What needs to be done to stop a recurrence of this kind of event? I think the government authority to be stunned there in that for I think they have to mobilize forces, which are not buyers to any part off this conflict. I think they have to ensure that there is wrong or on the couch. Other things. You have to work on the building trust between different communities on also working on the social peace that is the only way to people can can give to get there is not us and we need actually enforce law and order. The government have talent or 13 Temple. Possible from protecting people on baloney. Or is this a sign that the decision by U N and African Union peacekeepers to leave? Are four hand over security to the Khartoum authorities was premature that exactly it's just which show you how far God wants operation when the U. N decided to draw union image from that, and I think the new for us fortune is not going to place and he's not going to stop you suffered and I don't think the government is doing enough. Implement that comes off the peace agreement, which has been signed in the flat in. We need to do a lot on. We need to work on security because it is the responsibility of the government to protect the people. Was Hafeez Mohammed, director of the Justice Africa Organization, speaking to me from the Sudanese capital, Khartoum..

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"hafeez" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

04:42 min | 6 months ago

"hafeez" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Never for the PBS news hour, I'm on in a vase. Returning now to today's news from France of convictions in the 2015 Charlie Abdo killings in Paris and controversial new legislation. The French government is planning in order to crack down on radical Islam. From Paris Special correspondent Malcolm Brevin reports. Paris of its landmarks are eerily quiet because of the coronavirus lockdown. But the tranquility is a mirage because the battle is taking place for the soul of France at its core principle of secularism, where religion should never interfere with citizen's rights. The beheading in October of Parisian teachers Samuel Party by a Chechen Islamist was the catalyst for change. But he was killed with Shelly Abdo terrorist trial began. He was targeted for showing people's cartoons of the Prophet Mohammed during a lesson on free expression. The cartoons triggered the 2015 attacks that led to today's convictions. President Macron clearly has one religion in his sights. Samuel Petty it does in your party on Friday became the face of the Republic of our desire to break terrorism to diminish Islamists toe live as a community of free citizens in our country. Two days after macron speech, three worshippers of nieces, not Saddam Basilica. Butchered by a Tunisian extremist brought him I was sorry, who's apparently inspired by the slaughter of Samuel Party, you have to fight an atmosphere off jihadism. Which is being widespread by those entrepreneurs of rule for hatred on the Internet, and that will lead others to take a butcher's knife and stab you professor she'll compel, is one of Europe's most prominent experts on jihadism. It's not at all impossible to win the battle, and this is why there's support over Among others. The vast majority of our Muslim compatriots is so important so crucial because they are the first ones were targeted, and they are the ones who want to get rid of those of those guys. And this is why this is as old and on time Muslim law. The new law will ban foreign imams from training clerics in France. Financing of mosques will be more tightly controlled home schooling will be restricted to prevent religious indoctrination. Paris is great Mosque with its North African design is the spiritual home of Francis. Six million Muslims. He fulfilled his. We need to be very careful. I think we're in a very sensitive situation. Chamseddine Hafeez is rector of Paris is great mosque lingers in the Muslims of France are peaceful people that want to live peacefully and authentic Islam, religious practice, not an ideological one, and that's extremely important. In the car employment developed Muslim now. Well, don't Lucy feels increasingly alienated in her own country, Kicking off horses forces I am French. My grandmother is French. My grandmother's name is Aneke. My great grandmother's name was Antoinette. It can't be more French than that. But sometimes I feel like I'm not French anymore. Only a Muslim and that's not easy to live with. Description. I've told the president. Whatever happens, I will be your partner when you decide to go against Islamist separatism, But I will remain extremely vigilant about any attempt to take French Muslims hostage this matter. But that moderate promise of cooperation is opposed by many Muslims around the world. This'd protest in Bangladesh was one of the more vigorous international opposition to president Macron support. Well, the Mohammed cartoons and also his crackdown on Islam is being led by Turkey's president Erdogan. It one has even gone as far as to question the state of President Macron's mental health. Erdogan has warned Europe with no good will come of hostility towards Islam and Muslims. But he's called for a widespread economic boycott of all French products. Hey, gunmen event it is a matter of honor for us to stand sincerely against attacks on our profit. They want to re launch a crusade. These are the signs of Europe's returned to the barbaric era. Everyone's rhetoric is also laid down a challenge to Marine Le Pen, leader of the anti immigration Right Wing National Rally party. She was soundly beaten in the 2017 presidential election by Emmanuel Macron..

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"hafeez" Discussed on Oprah's SuperSoul Conversations

Oprah's SuperSoul Conversations

02:17 min | 6 months ago

"hafeez" Discussed on Oprah's SuperSoul Conversations

"Life is to be here in the reality of the present in the now which is all we have yes and to recognize that thoughts about the future thoughts. You can use them. But you don't have to believe them because half the time they come true. Yeah and thoughts about the past are gone. The past you can learn from but to be awake is to live here so that when you are with the person you love your really present or with your dog or with the work that you're devoting yourself to or your creative life or whether you listen to your heart and realize that you can be caught in fear and confusion. The poet hafeez says fear is the cheapest room in the house. I'd like to see you in better living conditions. I love that to live away. Love that one is to sense that the fear or contraction or confusion that we have is not the end of the story that we have a capacity for freedom and dignity. No matter what with all that you know what is it you would most want to offer about beginning to live a more awakened life starting today. The first would be to say that. It's worth it to stop and quiet yourself. Do whatever you need if it's getting up earlier in the morning we're staying up a little bit later or building in that walk or even waiting a few seconds and a breath before you press the send button on the email or the tweet and quieting yourself and saying what's my best intention because if you listen to your heart and ask what's my best intention it will answer. There's a kind of conversation you can have if you quiet yourself. So the first thing is to look for moments in the day and times that you can build in two comeback with respect and listening to yourself okay. That people find their way to quiet themselves that find their own art just as they learn how to cook just as they learn how to drive they can learn an inner art and find a practice that works for them the second wish is compassion and forgiveness without up all the time..

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"hafeez" Discussed on Cheers To Business

Cheers To Business

04:15 min | 7 months ago

"hafeez" Discussed on Cheers To Business

"Lost one third of my business so at that time and we did it. And we're an episode thirty. And so that's how my studio is growing and now that's going to lead us into the meeting. We should be having with cheers the business. Well i think we did with. The studio is learned. things i've learned. Okay let's do two shows what they want less that this one. How about changing your business and adapting and all of a sudden and then we do one on cheers to business. Okay all right. And then we have to change the intros though louisville. And you won't know that we're doing that because by the time you hear it. Well you hear this but you don't hear you'll hear the new intro not the one that you just record it. That's because you're a magic with editing and we'll fix us by the way five years ago i didn't have the skill. I just decided to do it. One day i left a very profitable company that i'm still paying for. I personally happy. My bank accounts not as hafeez the quality of life. I had partners and god love them. I love them as people. I'm not easy to work for you. Hard to work for. You are absolutely kidding..

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"hafeez" Discussed on AM 570 The Mission

AM 570 The Mission

05:21 min | 9 months ago

"hafeez" Discussed on AM 570 The Mission

"It is easy to say There are a lot of problems, but I think it's also very important to say that there are people willing to concentrate and work on them and to come to agreement. If it's at all possible, I think simply If nothing else of the president's ability to get a Teesta at this point to Muslim nations in the Middle East to come to the peace table with Israel. And to be able to sign those historic accords. The Abraham accords there could be mortar that is done across the globe, but you have to have people of goodwill that are willing to come to the table and do just that. And we're in the midst of hearing about a story that involves two people that shouldn't get along. Ah Holocaust survivor by the name of Irving on and a radicalized anti Semite when he was a teenager. Cassim Hafeez, who grew up in Muslim heritage in the UK, but he's speaking with us now and Cosima. I want to go to the point We kind of ended in the last segment where you're a teenager. You took that step of kind of deeper commitment to your faith and a TTE Some point in time you run across a copy of a book by Harvard Law chair emeritus, Alan Dershowitz. Titled Simply the Case for Israel, and I just spoke with Professor Dershowitz not long ago. I know that this book has now been translated into. I think it's a least six languages, but it is a powerful Of a testament to his belief that Israel has the right to exist in some of the core paintings of that belief, But I'm curious how that book and your experience was impacted when you came across it. Official. So I read the case for Israel when I was at my most rather call an extreme on DH by that. I mean, I am I've made it to see him that I want to go. I want to speak out and go to a terrorist training camp. Then essentially, you know, commit an act of terror, I guess. Hey, that's my wah mentally. So I see this book on me. I was firmly of the belief that you know, I'm a student at this point. So you know, I believe that Israel is the worst place on Earth, the juicer responsible for the evil in the world. It's rather worse than the Nazis. Unlikely that I'm a student, So I believe I know everything. And was some of this reinforced in your public education. Or was it just your look? You know you're the community and kind of the environment that you were in that was reinforcing this. You know, I would say without a doubt, while abilities extreme messages throughout, going up going to college, and I went to, you know, a regular British college was radicalized in period of my life. Daily messages You're receiving, Um, campus back to this things. That professor's saying, I mean, it just validates what you already believe. And it's almost amplifies it when you come from America is not the only place that has to worry about a university, inculcating their kids into things that the parents may not hold, too. No, not a toll. I mean, I have. It's terrifying for me because I speak on campus isn't part of my job on it. For a place where it's meant to be about freedom of ideas and hearing different opinion. Some other things I see in witness on just I mean, Terrified that not away T describe it. Sure. Back to the big Yes, I'm reading this book. I pick it up because I'm like these were alive. I'm gonna just piffle Give me even more called They hate the Jews in Israel, You know, I mean, read about their lives, and I read it and it A gift. It challenges what I believe because I surround myself in this echo Chamber of business. What I believe this is a lot now listen to their lead on Dershowitz blaze out these arguments. He provides sources in historical context. All these things I read it, I'm like, OK, these are lies. Let me just proved them wrong. So God, I read a number of future written as the counter argument case for Israel on interestingly they they rely heavily on a motive. Kind of messaging rather than These are the facts and hair of the sources to prove it right. Kind of unsatisfying, But okay, fine. I'll get the bottom of this on a 72 years went by, and I'm trying to research and I'm going deeper and deeper. Trying to validate my previous ideas because I couldn't accept that I was wrong. And that that would lead me to go to Israel in the hope of seeing this awful Israel that I can't prove wrong Now that is evil, like I believe, because other things they're saying Different things, So I'm going to go see this also placed myself on DH. The reality hit pretty hard as it does, I think for everybody that goes to Israel for the first time. I remember as an evangelical growing up having a very high opinion of Israel, and it.

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Eurozone unemployment spike held down by support schemes

Bloomberg Daybreak: Europe

02:05 min | 10 months ago

Eurozone unemployment spike held down by support schemes

"A conversation about some of the states that we've been getting out of Europe and Caroline. Let's get Teo, the latest out of Germany, the German economy minister, as you mentioned just that Peter out. Meyer is expected to be speaking shortly, and he's going to give a new forecast for the German economy that we understand It's not going to be as bad as previously expected. Joining us now to continue the conversation, then from TV aspect to him earlier there on Bloomberg television below. Hafeez, the CEO of Macro Hive Bill are very good to speak to you and I want to know how we should look at Germany because the latest data suggests that they are being quite successful in bringing down that spike in unemployment that they saw. You didn't spike as high as other places because they have A furlough scheme in place. Of course, longstanding. Do we take comfort from the German scheme and say, Look at there for low we should all be doing that. Or do we worry about zombified cation of businesses that are supported that way? What is your take on that sort of macro event? You know, I think that's very kind of good observation. I mean, I do think that the German furloughs seems the way they do it with government effectively subsidizing workers that go do you shorter hours is works very well and I think it's something Germany has done. Couple times before, especially off 2008 national crisis. So it kind of works very well for the German later system, whether the country's replicate that it left clear But I do think that Germany at least it works very well. There is a broader question as you point out that this bomb verification and that's something we're really going to find out for the down the line in years to come. Andi. You know, Germany does face the loss of structural challenges. Whether that's also sector with the onslaught of electric cars and so on. You know, it's relationship with China is well, you know if the US doesn't push your further On the whole diversion story there that there are those sorts of challenges as well. I think that kind of loom quite large bowl for Germany. Interesting. I mean, there was talk in the UK to doing kind of sort of work week, going down to four days a week, for example, you know, just try to help the economy. But

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Haka and cultural appropriation

Native America Calling

07:00 min | 1 year ago

Haka and cultural appropriation

"The Haka is a part of Mari Culture. It's a type of movement that involves the whole body invoice New Zealand's rugby team. The all blacks performed a version of it at competitions around the globe here they are performing it in Japan during a match last year's Rugby World Cup. Many team members are Maury. What you'll hear is they're stomping their hands beating on their chests entice. On how. It's impressive to watch a Haka. Traditionally, it's not for entertainment. It's ceremonial has deep roots in multiculture. Of course, some people don't understand that and mimic anyway. A handful of Brazilian companies use the Haka in their corporate retreats. The Non Murray owner of Hakka training said he learned hawk. By watching videos of the all blacks rugby team. Another company huck Brazil performed the Haka at a Ted talks event such displays. Displays are drawing criticism from Murray people, and they're calling it cultural appropriation. We'll get more and what Hawk is and represents today. We are going to start off in new. Zealand joining us today by skype from Christ Church in South Island is cut Edina. Tell you to, and he is a cultural adviser, and he is Maori. Welcome to native America calling cut of please feel free to further. Introduce Yourself. He, he he he. He made keenum on Athena. Royal Amiga Kotel Kartal Teen Aquileia Lhasa. Choir here Julio or Tiki nor Knighthood Huda. Moon. Killer. Angry to have you here and so we say Haka in before we go any further. How do you like to describe it? A DESCRIBE IT AS A. Traditional ceremony that was formed traditionally by. Warriors before going to war. A Sierra Monitor trump. Please the. He of. War TOMATO INA. was also a former cy cop. The warriors before battle. at performed in. The different areas such as funerals as a way to express emotions. And it was also used as a way to. Win Strangers, come visit. It was a white make sure they were friendly. visit hasn't not enemies. That in probably pre colonization, the has changed a little bit and Would we do use it for? Entertainment purposes now. But the also that buried deep spiritual connection in traditional values associated with the Hutto. In when you're teaching, young people or young people are taught about this in a traditional sense What are they told what is happening because you're using your breath, you're using your body. You're using your your own personal sound What is taught to young people about why you do this in what it is, you're actually giving. So I think this probably two different forms of teaching now this the form of Hakka where you taught to try and intimidate the the opposition and Chevy Hafeez. Scary became. The. The the the other way where some people are taught. For entertainment purposes for competitions against other. Maori people. but as ways. To Euro has taught. That is very serious It's a very serious epsom is. you must take everything seriously you have to. Respect the the different deities that are involved. You You can't make fun of the hacker. You've got to respect your sisters who? Pass on the knowledge of the hookup. And at different tribes have different roles. whereas brought up, you can only do the hacker. With be a fate. And you hit Utah To. Slap you chased You're McCain. Make as much noise as you possibly came. In, so what does it translate to hookup? So these. Years. Does the Hukou as? Some people call it a pretty bored aunts were. A Warrior's dance, but then it depends on. The HAKKA! This is quite a few different Hukou. Hukou has its own unique. meaning. The I think the mice. Common Hacker around the world seems to be the one the all blacks. The. New Zealand rugby team. Comedy. So they'd say. was dedicated to. A woman, who headed, Chafe and a in the ground and a criminal put. And it expresses have the chief. was fearing death. And how? He didn't he had the sense of being of life again and in hell wants the live. The criminal was removed. He saw the the lady setting on top any saw the light. So this multiple different meanings different hugger. In so when you see it being performed by non-indigenous people, what are you witnessing? More often than not I see. non-indigenous people who think that it's funny. They they mock at culture by doing it. why see? Recently an in London. a lot of Kiwis are over there doing the Haka when the drunk which is quite offensive. It's. I'd say total lack of understanding. Tuttle of respect to air eight sisters in God's into a customs.

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"hafeez" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

10:48 min | 1 year ago

"hafeez" Discussed on WGN Radio

"The anxiety that we now have coming out of the pandemic and we are talking with your psychologist and she's also a faculty member at Columbia University in New York Dr Sanam Hafeez so doctor fees can you tell us how do we assert ourselves as we're coming out of this cocoon and tell the folks that were around whether it's at work are friends that maybe don't feel as though vigilant to maybe about wearing their mask or taking precautions so as I was saying earlier I think you know one of the things that has changed over the course that that's it you know pandemic is that we started out thinking this was something that only older immuno compromised people have to look at that and then we learned much younger people with no underlying illnesses who are getting affected in ways that the doctor than the expat couldn't explain at least in New York Alex started from Europe in London that the UK economy pediatrics accord but but we've had over a hundred seventy cases of children in New York coming down with a multi systemic inflammatory disease that we know has something to do with covert nineteen Peter had it or they have the Endicott becomes so confusing but I think everyone now who maybe felt somewhat protected earlier field well I don't know if I can take that chance anymore because I need a young healthy but so with this person or yeah I need not have a grandparent living in my home but I do have all children age twenty three there is a a an obligation to yourself and the people around you to protect yourself and I think one of the best ways to do it is to be very clear about your own boundaries be clear about who's coming into your home are you going to be socializing and going to someone else's house you know we're going to be for the most part coming into some good weather and so one of the things I'm inviting and practicing myself if need be had backyard parties you know if you have a common you know outdoor area where you can spread out on a blanket even if you don't have a backyard you know I think there are certain precautions you can take and still keep your mascot at least keep it around their neck so you can just sort of you know pull it up over your feet when you feel like you're not gonna be able to actually get that carries Montana tighter with you have candid conversations with your children about what the key and whatnot they can if they see the front of the goal and you know help them or or hi I thought you know what not children are just Jim Carrey has that put their hands on everything and everyone so I think those conversations are important and if you're going to be the closest base with someone whether it's you know people on your floor if you live in a building people in your chart that you know with you share common areas they look you know this may not be that important to you but I am very careful about my interactions I'm trying to say is that in the theater possible for myself or my family I'm so pleased you know if you're gonna touch something you know keep it on your doctor don't don't touch think the microscope white this down you know please don't be offended if I walk away with a small group because I really can't take these chances and I think if you were just you know surf respectful but you've been training in a thirteen year old boundary I think that's the most you can do you can not change other people you can go after them you know the executive orders are going to get looked at so there's plenty of people who are not gonna wanna fight by them anymore if you can you can't fault them and who has the responsibility and I think once you except that possibility I think it gets a lot easier I went to put it all yeah I am going to take all the steps I can't I can't force it on other people and if I feel uncomfortable I do not have a plan I'm just gonna go outside for welcome to go back to my office you know and and even with regular mask you know be careful you don't want to have it on all the time you want to take it off you want to get some good but then you know you don't want to cut your long but you bring us up good oxygen so there are a lot of things that you know you need to be prepared for and it's not gonna be that easy we also talk about having a unified family road map for what the family will and won't do as everything starts to open up again and you did mention talking with your children but I'm assuming that you're gonna have to probably go through because it takes a little while it's gonna take a little while to learn these new habits you know depends on the age of your children you know at the end of the children yes you have challenges with anatomical good number you know what they need to do it's a teacher that you have to worry about who's been cooped up in the middle and then the still life and one of the other things that a lot of people you know sort of like oh yeah we forgot you know that if it were our families are not all intact nuclear families it's got planted damage you've got you know children who with the two parent homes and that's also a tricky thing to navigate like most people are not on the best terms that is so G. yes absolutely because kids are being shuffled from the different households and so when you're trying to plan a family road map should you approach you know ex your ex spouse your ex partner and the co parent that you have and say Hey I think we both need the same road map absolutely need to some degree look people in the same home don't even have to see I die it's tough right in every home you've got one parent or one partner who is very serious about this and the other partner kind of suitable for it what may be going along with it keep the peace all you're having some you know conflict would act out the partners that even more so and you have to find a way to co parent in a way where you're putting the greater good of your family of three children about yourself and that's easier said than done you know as to what you have to do is say okay let's talk to me after the militants and maybe and see if if even if you can accomplish half of you know what you set out to I think I would consider that a success and you don't keep the pressure on Hey look I really don't want to interfere with your time with the children but not if I feel like you're putting band and me at any kind of S. and you know and you just hope that the the person's going to respect that make you feel like they're disrespecting it you might have to go to the ballot but let's focus on something that we have enough problems that that's right right I mean it's that's great advice because even under you know the best circumstances when it's an amicable separation or divorce it's still complicated just figuring out people schedules but then when you add that you know some of the other elements the emotional elements that might be there it's going to make it a lot more difficult and but you know we are coming out of this finally but at the same time things still aren't the same so they're still going to be a lot more you know now it's gonna be summer and beautiful weather and we're gonna have to deal with the disappointment of not being able to do those activities and go to those events we've been really looking forward to beyond ten minutes gonna be it's gonna be tough but I think you know like anything else I'm going to think that this you know pandemic this quenching taught us is to kind of fall back on some very integrated resource you know anything like we never knew how great walks you know if there is a few miles out you know and we didn't know we had checked the not the artist but the dancers that up I mean we we started to enjoy life in a way that we never really looked at it before so I think the same goes for the summer you know of course it's going to be a little bit planning come up with it we did you know you have to take that particular check but then fading and budgeting for an experience and now let's face it it's probably not the best time to do it but you know can you plan things out you absolutely can you can you can plan you know barbecues in the backyard if you have one you can lead barbecues are picnics and parks you know we all have we arrived we can plan short trips we can drive somewhere maybe went something you know go to the beach as long as you know again you're gonna be able to distance yourself from other people maybe not on the hottest days you wanna make sure you're doing things by your main purpose of the faith eight because all this would have been in vain if you know you go out and you everything that you've done you undo it and now the protest you know one of the two years that I had the thought that we might experience a slightly hopefully not but I can wait because all the people that have come out in such jokes onto the street so you know I think planning and having your expectations tempered and realistic are going to be key and we're speaking with Dr Sanam Hafeez and she's a neuro psychologist and explain I mean you're a psychologist sounds like you even had to go to way more years of medical school I am a doctorate and yeah so we you know it's actually something called standardized assessments bill Clinton today I was writing about you know police not all police officers have to go through a mental thank you are you a student part of that process no it's like testing or psychological testing and that's the kind of stuff that we do we do things like you know off the run of the mill hall dated day stuff like learning disabilities ADHD autism you know and in fact we went back in the so you're intently and doing research and looking at the brain and and its specifics there yes in clinical practice standardized testing so now you just you did mention that sort of that psychology tests that go into you know trying to become a police officer and we can talk a little bit about that but you did mention sort of internally that do we have to cope with all the disappointments of the summer events in the beautiful weather we're not going to be necessarily able to engage in with the groups but we're coping with the times right now with all the political division in the tension in the uprising so much uncertainty how how do you suggest to route recommended that parents talk to children about what's happening right now I think you know the conversation needs to be hacked on some level RBC you know keep in mind you should be having a conversation just because you're like are you having to pay compensation the conversation should be true to your family set up to your particular needs your own you know sense of where you belong in that conversation I mean hopefully the conversation that one that you can find and not divisive thank you to one of the things that I said to a friend of mine who should have children in the same class by by my twin boys in the conversation was you know we can always find something better the card from other people.

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"hafeez" Discussed on Dentistry Uncensored with Howard Farran

Dentistry Uncensored with Howard Farran

10:21 min | 1 year ago

"hafeez" Discussed on Dentistry Uncensored with Howard Farran

"Then. I think it's very interesting to me as I studied this stuff. It seems as though Humans have had the human part of life figured out for quite a long time and other words. You know why we feel certain ways about certain things and how we respond in situations and what we do and don't control and the choices that we make Those things have been documented for. I don't know a couple thousand years now. But we seem to need to relearn them over and over and over again and I think Hafeez was one of these people who was blessed with a level of wisdom. That probably wasn't uncommon for his time but he was good at putting it on paper poetry. Is You know it's like music without music. And he wrote a lot of lovely poems. I have several This is another one of my favorites. It says he says the small man builds cages for everyone. He knows while the sage who has to duck his head when the moon is low keeps dropping keys all night for the beautiful rowdy prisoners. So I if small people WANNA keep you in a box her. The wise people are kind of giving you gifts. They're planting those seeds. They're giving you freedom and in Huffy is one of those people. He was out there dropping keys. I love him. I love him and all that no I love you. I do I really do. I have always respected you. You've done a lot for me. you've had a lot of wisdom. I mean you are my gosh. I know before You went to face for you had Seven thousand five hundred twenty post from two thousand two thousand. I have five sisters. I really emotionally consider you a sister. I have loved you for a long time. Howard I told you this is not all that long ago but when I got to know you as a person not just as Howard It was when I was having my lawsuit in my practice and I was very young and I was overwhelmed. I was like how is this happening to me. I borrowed all this money in the world is falling and Howard for a on. Who HAS A beautiful heart? Sent me a message on FACEBOOK WITH HIS PERSONAL CELL. Phone number and said call me. I'd like to talk to you and nobody does that. You know that right Howard. Nobody does that. Nobody reaches out for you know to a stranger in offers a very nice pep talk. It just doesn't happen and a lot of times people you know they'll kick you when you're down. You get a lot of that. Well you should have known better and whatever Blah Blah. You didn't do that to me you gave me. You gave me the talk and numbers you go how much you gotta spend. How much could you win? We'll Duh but it was something that I needed that encouragement at the time and I am eternally grateful for that eternally sweet. But that's a good point because a lot of times your stress. You're busy because you don't want to miss his wedding or you can't miss his funeral. Well first of all at a funeral. He's frigging dead. He doesn't know but don't go to all the fun stuff if you don't have time to be there when they need you and say they'll only the patient only have so many pieces that only remember the time. I met him on a Saturday or after hours. Or whatever. And you're down there with your two or three or four boys and a car. Yes they don't remember anything else but I didn't mean anything to them and so on I wish you'd And then one last thing I WANNA go. I know we gotta go but my Gosh. I'm I think one of the greatest joys is not having to be a partner and so why am I mean? Why would you want to be a partner? I have so many people that sit there and say. Will you give me all of these reasons? What's good for a partner? And where do they always get all the reasons for people who make half a million dollars a year selling partnerships? And it's like yeah. I just business partner. I mean when you're married that's a lot of give and take all never get married again and I never did have a business partner that you know who really my only partner was. Is Samir in? T-bone WANNA do that meeting. Yeah and we did it on the phone. There is no contracts there is no ignore Hansi. Just three guys. You thought it'd be cool. And it worked out perfectly because they're good guys. Yeah you you find the right people so I am contracts by people with bad heart are made to be broken and all that but I I think one of the greatest joys of owner operated independent practices that I don't have to teacher prison wardner. I just I know when I want to not get up and go into work. I realized I own the place. You Howard you actually don't have to and then you feel like well. This is weird onset to myself. No I had a partner. I think for eight years and I'll be very honest about how it happened and I told this to one of my students who's young dentists the other day I was scared. This is the God's honest truth Howard because I think you're right. I agree with you. I think that people who are wanting to be in this career for the most part partly WanNa do it because they don't want to have to consult with other people they you know what I mean. You WanNa follow your own heart and do your own thing but when I was looking at buying a practice it was very scary. Step I was twenty eight years old. I was fresh out of school. I didn't really have a dental mentor. In other words I didn't have an older dentist. Who was given me a good advice or really gave a shit about me at all. I mean I didn't have that so when I started looking at practices. It really seemed appealing to do it with someone else. It was like an Iky codependent thing I'm GONNA be. You know what I mean like. It was it. It was not my wisest of choices. It wasn't but I made it when I was younger and it served its purpose for the time when I had a partner. It did allow me to have a baby and take time off with some ease. I say time off. I took her for like three weeks. But still that was really hard to do But in the long-term did not work out and I would not advise people having partners I think having someone else in your checking account and someone else in your business is nasty business. It can be So I think it's better. Why not just have another doctor that you work with? Treat them well. Why don't have an Org Chart I me? I mean it's like it's like an egg instead of one. God there's two gods of lightning and thunder while that you just added all this interview and you know we need an org chart and that's the same thing I say when people say why I'm GonNa have my spouse work in the office. I I don't care I wish thousand you I need an Org chart and if I say we're going north and they run to you and you tell them we're going south will then I'm going to have to shoot you know I don't want to have to shoot you but I will absolutely shoot you because I don't care if we're going the right way or the wrong way. We need an ORG chart are. We're not going anywhere for sure. Yeah you have to have core values that you share as a group and you have to have a plan where you're going in. Everyone needs to be on the same page. And when it's not that way it's easy when it's a staff person or someone who works for you. They're not on the same page. Okay well then go work for somebody who you are on the same page with. When it's the person who owns the other fifty percent of your practice it's trickier so I advise against that. All the time divorce your little trophy wife You you think it was a nightmare but when you divorce Somebody who got a in physics. I know dentists. You spent six years in court and spent over a half a million dollars on legal fees and they never smiled Seattle. Going to war with somebody got A in. Physics is ten times worse than going to war with your in fact you know what I got my one of the things. I gotTa Brag about his When I got fired for my wife my ex when I was really really busy and I would odor law firm and the lady said well. Where's your attorney? So what are you doing? She goes? Well we've written this up and we want you to review this. You're joining and I sit there and I sa- I flipped it all over and I said. What do you want me to sign? And she goes blue. I said I'm not going to war with the mother. My four kids were fine and I sign that and they both broke out crying and weirded out and all that stuff and she said she'd never seen that before but it's like choose your battles van. I'm not going to war shared with the mother of my four kids but I not intentionally designing entropy while it's still on paper her by marrying a man dentists that I don't have sex with. I WANNA get a partner. Make sure you have gray sacks with them and if you don't have that there's no other reasons because detailer is happier than A substance partner. A business partner is is a spouse without the love. You know what I mean like you. You business partners. I don't know orchard or Stock Ownership. No I'm saying sack ownership show when I had a business partner. It was like having another spouse but there was no love there. You know what I mean. That's not a love. Yeah so But I will say this for my break up with my partner We had already been through a seven year legal battle. The two of us with a third party and neither of US wanted to do that ever again and so when we decided that this was not going to work it was very simple because we both said we're like look. We're GONNA do this. We're going to say this isn't working. We're going to sign the papers. Were going to split a bottle of wine and be done and we did that minus the wind fi and the other thing. I want to tell the young kids. They'll say well you know if you can't if you quit my office you can't leave and they leave then you go to court and I judge says so okay that they left. But you don't have a penalty in there. I'm a judge I can't make up I can only enforce the contract so you learn. With addition one plus one equals two..

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Pakistan blasphemy death sentence ‘travesty of justice’, say UN experts

UN News

01:06 min | 1 year ago

Pakistan blasphemy death sentence ‘travesty of justice’, say UN experts

"U N Independent Human Rights experts are authorities in Pakistan to overturn the death sentence imposed posed on a university lecturer accused of blasphemy calling it a travesty of Justice Junaid Hafeez thirty three was arrested in March twenty. Thirteen eighteen for allegedly making blasphemous remarks during lectures and on his facebook page. Mr Hafeez has been in solitary confinement for the past five years and was sentenced to death last week by a lower court in Multan where he worked. The sentence was handed down. Despite a landmark Supreme Court ruling last year acquitting a Christian woman of blasphemy known as the Asia. BB case which should have set a precedent for lower courts according to the UN experts in the light of this ruling the guilty verdict against Mr Hafeez is a travesty of justice and we condemn the death sentence imposed on him. They said in a statement issued on Friday. The the experts urged the superior courts in Pakistan to promptly here Mr Hafeez appeal overturned the death sentence and acquit him of the charges.

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"hafeez" Discussed on The Dave Ramsey Show

The Dave Ramsey Show

03:53 min | 2 years ago

"hafeez" Discussed on The Dave Ramsey Show

"So what do you want to years from now? Okay. Main worry. Is that my mortgage, just feels like unreachable? Like it's this. There's no way. Like I feel like I'm never gonna have it paid off. So that's my home. I new evasion. Oh to ninety already much I make about sixty a year and. I'm forty six. So if you want to downsize to have a smaller mortgage and less property to maintain and you can find something with the HOA fees that seems reasonable to you in the big trick. There is also make sure the show is being managed, well, probably fifty percent of them are horribly managed. And if how do you find out about that you have to dig in with the management company, that's managing it, and look at the actually look at the budget before you buy because you can buy into something, and it's been mismanaged, HI, Feazel go through the roof because they have to come back and clean up the mess that the HOA didn't take care of before. Like if they're not putting money aside for roofs. And then they have to put a roof on the whole condo. All sudden, that's gonna show up a special Cessna. It's if you I'm saying if you don't do if you don't do your capital reserves, and that kind of thing and get ready. So you've got to look at that kind of stuff a re a good real estate agent, a good realtor can help you analyze the HOA and make sure it's being run. Well, and I, I would be concerned about that, especially since you're concerned about the Hafeez. Okay. And how these can mean that it's just a high cost in the area to manage some of the attributes that the HOA is providing some of the amenities that they're providing but it can mean mismanagement. And I'm involved. I mean, we own a bunch of property, and we're involved in a bunch of different HOA's, and I would say fifty percent of them, suck. They're just bad. And it's always got some guy, some guy who doesn't have a life who's too much involved. You know, one of the homeowners he's really like Barney fife. He's got his one bullet and he needs a job. You know, he needs to get a life and they're like involve worried about everybody's bushes and stuff. You know it's just crazy. There's all some, you know where you parked, there can't believe you parked there. There's always some Barney fife involves so you just had to be you gotta know what you're getting into with an HOA. Can you tell them not a fan? I'm not a fan of. Yeah. Do you vise? No. I mean, my house that I live in got an HI you know, but, but there's one benefit to live on the ground. You don't put over that crap manager on stuff. You know, is that I haven't everybody else in your business, and it's just it's Peyton place half the time. And we we're like I said, we're in a bunch of them. Some of them are nothing. I've never hear from them, and they manage things well in the budgets, proper no issue at all. And then others are something going on all the time. And it's not, not I'm to me. I'm done my stuff's, fine. I take care of much stuff. But there's always some kind of drama. And so you just want to look at that, and the good, real stage and can tell you all that and. And they can also tell you, if you're there, but it sounds to me like you like the idea of a lower price and less spur footage to manage and heat and cool. The only reason you would keep the house, you're in what you described to me would be for people that are gonna come back and visit, and I wouldn't ever do that. Let them get a hotel. You can buy them a really nice hotel room and pay for it cheaper than you can maintain all those empty rooms, twelve months for them to stay there for nights, and it just doesn't make sense at all. So thanks for the call. Sorry. I got on my HOA soapbox. All right. Let's see Tony's Chicago. Hi, tony. How are you? I David speak with our you today. I deserve. How can.

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"hafeez" Discussed on Gettin' Grown

Gettin' Grown

03:18 min | 2 years ago

"hafeez" Discussed on Gettin' Grown

"I believe I honestly feel like this is more of a conversation because I think, men on T women so that s tonight, a sexualize them in inappropriate ways you know what I'm saying? I think that it's a it's a level of respect, especially coming from a man. Because, you know, it's easy for a man to even inadvertently crossed that line. At least at least I don't wanna say in my experience, but from what I observed, so I wonder if you know some men have resorted to calling Ava aunty just out of respect for her and not wanting to objectify her in ways that can't be so easy to do, because she is built, so beautifully. You're gonna say this, but I don't know. Maybe that's another conversation that we have. But maybe they're trying to avoid you know what I'm saying. Like I do feel like that's the thing because I have guys have told me that because I have had a conversation with some guy friends that I've had, and many of them have said that a lot of guys friends on you because they don't want to he's like he's like some guys know how filthy, they are. And they don't want to disrespect you with their dig. And I'm like, what? But listen, I've had to do. Tell me then he's like, because sometimes make him be so filthy. They don't even want to associate that with you, because they have that much respect for you. So that's why they will come at you out of this like. You know, super almost super friends zone, homey friend like kind of space, because they don't want to get into that. They don't want to, you know, even inadvertently crossed the line, and disrespect you because they see you. They whole you with such such a high regard. So I don't know. I think that, that, that, that this may be a bigger conversation about just kind of, like, you know, dynamics between men and women, and how quickly we can cross sexual boundaries. But I don't I don't know if that's what it's about. That's totally me guessing we're speculating. But it is it is something conversation. I'm gonna put that in the new it was something that I thought about a conversation, I had with one of my guy friends, and he was just like I had seen him. I've seen him say around about many mutual friends that we have peoples like yo she's so beautiful. I don't even like I I'm I don't even D myself worthy. So are almost always put her in that sisters face, because I'm filthy, and I would never disrespect her like that. And I'm just like we might need to have a show to have that conversation. We might. Yeah. Think so I, I just I just I was fascinated by that, because they're just made me feel like it made me think about, you know, I always think about the way that I'm perceived versus the way that I think that I show up. And there's there seems to always be some huge dissonance there. But I think we'll get into around the kitchen table, even today. So let's move on. So hurry up here. Let's do it. Let's actually get onto these graduation announcements. Okay. Big banking is or should I say was broken? They charge Hafeez and use our deposits to fund pipelines and oil drilling, this green leaves millions of Americans behind and destroys our planet, but it doesn't have to be this way. That's why lots of people are looking out looking into aspiration of.

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"hafeez" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

02:03 min | 2 years ago

"hafeez" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"And now all of the news, you would probably miss data's quick. Do you remember when I told you about fail macadear and macaroni, when they were they filmmakers behind Goz now and they were doing a new play that was centered around the FBI text messages between Peter Struck and Lisa page will now the DC theater in which this play was going to take place has backed out of steam over quote threats of violence. It was at the Mead theater in Washington. It was expected to take stage mid June, and they were going to film it before a live audience of two hundred and eighteen people, but seven days after it was announced that the stage play about these two FBI agents making disparaging remarks about the president was in the works. The theatre cancelled citing threats of violence. The players dubbed FBI lovebirds undercovers, and it's based verbatim on the tax between page and straw. So now in an E mail that was obtained by the Hollywood reporter, as Representative of studio theatre group before venues that includes the meat acknowledged that it accepted a deposit from the clear, but says. It has to cancel the deploy the performance because they've become aware of threats of violence surrounding it, and they can't guarantee the safety or security. We're gonna come back to that caller, look tolerant left, according to Houston. Breaking news, a man was rushed to the hospital after setting himself on fire outside of the White, House's condition, is not known at this time. It has more information. I definitely will share that with you moving on down the line here, just, you know, nothing big just the more news on the religion of peace, a Pakistan vet charged with blasphemy over medicine breath in religious texts. An angry crowd attacked is near for Costas sin province with a bunch of Indo shops. They were all looted it had to do with Pakistan's blasphemy laws because the veterinarian had used pages from school textbook inadvertently, he's claimed it was an accident that ended up in some wrapping for medicines for a customer, that had sick five stock the customer saw that Islam religious content was on the pages went to the local player, who informed the police milona Hafeez or Raymond local. Leader of the religious party said that the doctor did it deliberately four.

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"hafeez" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

02:22 min | 2 years ago

"hafeez" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Listen live around the world, at dinner radio dot com. Oh, I got headlines for you. Let's kick it. And now all of the news, you would probably miss, it's time for data's quick. Do you remember when I told you about fail MAC layer and macaroni, when they were filmmakers behind Goz Nell, and they were doing a new play that was centered around the FBI text messages between Peter Struck and Lisa page will now the DC theater in which this play was going to take place has backed out of hosting them over quote threats of violence. It was at the Mead theater in Washington. It was expected to take stage mid June, and we're going to film it before a live audience of two hundred and eighteen people, but seven days after it was announced that the stage play about these two FBI agents making disparaging remarks about the president was in the works. The theatre cancelled citing threats of violence. The play is dubbed FBI lovebirds, undercovers, and it's based verbatim on the tax between page and straw. So now and then, Email that was obtained by the Hollywood reporter as Representative of studio theatre group before. Venues, it includes the meat acknowledged that it accepted a deposit from the clear, but says it has to cancel the deploy the performance because they've become aware of threats of violence surrounding it, and they can't guarantee the safety or security. We're gonna come back to that collared look. Yeah. The tolerant left, according to some breaking news man was rushed to the hospital after setting himself on fire outside of the White House's condition is not known at this time. It has we get more information. I definitely will share that with you moving on down the line here, just, you know, nothing big just a more news on the religion of peace, a Pakistan vet charged with blasphemy over medicine wrapped in religious texts. An angry crowd attack. This is near precautious Sind province with a bunch of Indo shops. They were all looted it had to do with Pakistan's blasphemy laws because of veterinarian had used pages from the school textbook, inadvertently. He's claimed it was an accident that ended up in some wrapping for medicines for a customer, that had sick. Five stock the customer saw that Islam religious content was on the pages went to the local cleric who informed the police milona Hafeez, or Raymond local leader of the religious party said that the doctor did it deliberately four shops, including the veterinarians.

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Not even a choice but a duty to make Oscar-nominated refugee epic says Lebanese woman director

UN News

05:42 min | 2 years ago

Not even a choice but a duty to make Oscar-nominated refugee epic says Lebanese woman director

"This is matt wells at u._s. news well the first ever arab woman directed to be nominated for the best foreign language film oscar has told you a news that she had a jucci to record the reality of the refugee crisis playing out on the streets of her native lebanon now dean la back is director of companion a hiring drama seems through the eyes of a twelve year old boy who decides to sue his own parents after years of abuse and neglect a child sees things so much more clearly says ms becky who spent three years researching her film which also won the jury prize at the cannes film festival last year with around million syrian refugees sheltering in lebanon she said she felt compelled to do something about it through her searing new film it would be a crime not to do so she told hafeez care you should deal i'll have a deal t._n._n. very excited about everything that's happening this is a huge rewards for everyone who's worse on the thin for every actor who who not beating actor who who works on the fed they access came with their own experience with their own life where their own struggle anything huge victory for its everyone of us reading who was so hard to make them happen what you'll feel has been described as even a very panoramic view of so many problems that we see all around the world today a story of any anybody's boy living in poverty his sweeney's parents in court for bringing into life another story an issue in migrant worker a single mother where can with no legal people's papers in beirut earn about syrian refugees trying to survive in lebanon today very compelling story what made you make this film i think it's felt more like at u._t. this and i said i it wasn't even troy i i'm actually surprised when people ask me this question because i think you know if i can do something about it and i can use my voice to do something about it and would be i think it would be crime not to do so so i decided to use my food which has been making 'cause that that story put the story out there and to talk about this because it's it's my responsibility to to do something about this and it's mainly you know being exposed to to the problem on a daily basis in lebanon because lebanon such you know such a small country and it's also meeting with its own economical problems for very long time and with the syrian refugee crisis the problem is is is you know is growing and you see it growing by the day you see growing by the site of the simpson working working on the streets working to feed their families sending gum carrying heavy loads working in very doing very difficult jobs and and and i think no you can't help but want to talk about this problem and and i chose to go to tie the sexes because i think a chai the he's things so much more clearly than any other because he's not informed or altered by society codes or hypocrisy or or politics i just wanted i was very much inspired in a way that by the picture of of that small tries each other that was found dead two years ago on the shores of thirty and i remember thinking very when when when i go to sixer if this child could talk what would he say what would she tell the world how would he addressed the adults that could him in the situation but then it started leading wanting to about the children you can't have took about the parents but they'll go but the justice system but took about the migrant worker situation let's talk about syrian refugees because it's all intricate it's all sides of one vicious can and one thing need you to another you can't help but go to watch is married in the situation but but on documented the people in the situation so it's all very very part of one big vicious circle us spoke about the actors and how they were not actually professional actors and how they actually do face similar problems like their characters some of them were migrant workers themselves the syrian refugee i think the child who was the main character was actually a syrian refugee who arrive to route actually yes absolutely them on the thing almost very very similar situation and yet the vein is a syrian refugees living in lebanon and very difficult circumstances for the best eight years dane is a child who never went to school the only different from the same is that she has loving parents but they didn't go to school so this is the street everything knows so or what he's talking about in different or or situation that he'd been he'd been facing a lot luckily now the situation is different now zane is in in norway he's been resettled and always thanks to the united nations actually thanks to the help of the the u._n._h._c._r. he was resentenced inouye and he's has a completely different path now if you get a completely different destiny and yes all of the other actors also are living situation

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"hafeez" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

05:12 min | 2 years ago

"hafeez" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"But we start in Sudan where there have been more. Protests clashes erupted on Tuesday and the capital Khartoum between police and thousands of protesters attempting to March on the presidential palace demand. That President Omar Bashir step down activists have been posting video clips of the situation online say what is actually going on in the country at feast Muhammed is an activist in Khartoum Hafeez. Welcome to Newsday. Tell us about the events of Tuesday. Yeah. I think people are coming out this. Organized by Sudan. Association. They're coming out. You know, a letter to president asking him to step down on allow democracy more feed them right and allows us to. Do work together to find a way in coming out of the problem, which is to the team is actually putting Sudanese, but they have been actually faced with. The deployment of different. Organs from security and police. Occupying most of the square where suppose people to be a simple, but even do many thousands of Sudanese they came to St. protesting on the adult security for some of the security forces are using very heavy handed tactics with the people using tear-gas on some bullet in getting some of the gas and live bullets. Yes. Yes. There's some serious injuries which has been taken hospital because of that, you know, some liabilities against some of the participants just tell us has actually brought people out onto the streets. Yeah. I think it's fifty years of the National Congress party rule, and what they have done is actually the the country economy now. The majority of Sudanese people cannot even eat Amelia day because of the nutrition of the value of the Sudanese currency because of the high participation. The because of lack of commodities for the last three months, we people can't get fuel cannot get prayed pews on that is in Hungary. Yeah. Exactly. People cannot afford militate many of the family stuff. We're told that the president has deployed what are called the rapid support forces. Just tell us who they are. And what they do. Support forces are tribal militia which has been established like forty years ago. To fight the arm movements. Absolutely. But deploying them to civilian area is just recently been used to be honest with you the commander clearly stated that they wouldn't. For fighting or protecting or attacking civilians is not. Business are going to be involved in. In actually. But doing the police or other security day rule is to protect the border ditches. What can I think? Now, they have problems with the Golan who sell because I don't think they they are going to use force against participants. Several participants have President Omar Bashir has managed to weather storms like this in the past. What makes you think this is going to be any different because when you see celebrities on when you see some of the the the regime members senior members are distancing themselves from them. And also the other thing the main question is the climate problem, which is just is a manifestation of the political problems. And they don't want to recognize that. That's the problem is the government machine is not functioning properly is not fit for purpose. They need. Three restructuring. And if they don't do that the economy economy's not it is not economic opprobrium east. A political problem manifested in the economic classes was done this, and we have a serious political reform. We're not going to have economic reform that is a problem, and they don't want to cook night that that the hour is still living in denial and that is their problem. And I think this is the problem is not going to this. The issue is lack of resources the issue is many sources corruptions. And that is what we have is. We'll have to leave it there. Hafeez? Muhammad an activist in Khartoum. The Democratic.

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"hafeez" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

03:29 min | 2 years ago

"hafeez" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

"I, and we defend we rebound the ball. We do we do best as Ron so. Kid found that energy, you know, after the back, but it was a way for nail tonight again or Lance again tonight. How big were they big all your, you know, even our losses. They've been big Mukasa land just picked up where you left off from last night and Phoenix. And you know, he's read he kind of sparked when we kind of fell in that whole early in a fourth quarter snazzy his competitive nature. Just kind of brought us back into that game. What jail in Lance in? What Rondo will bring to once? He's back once he's done serving his suspension is they bring edge. They bring energy. They bring good chaos. They bring good. Hey, what's this guy going to do? And I mean that from the other side when you gotta go play against Lance Davids. You have to play against javale McGee. They're hard guys to play against. Yeah. It's hard to game plan. You can't game plan for athletic says you can't game plan for creative chaos such as you like to say, and as I've been saying about jail McGee basically since last year whenever fates McAvoy Leers and people were joking on him. And I said look if he's on the floor. That's not good news for the other team. Because that means he's disrupting things he's getting tips. He's getting dunks. He's he's rebounding the ball. He's playing extremely well drill. Mcgee plays. Well, your team has a chance to win. No. That sounds crazy. Because shack food's got you think about this guy in one way. But when he sits he's not playing well, and he's not a factor. But he's in the game. That means he is causing health the other team. This may come as a shock heels. The I'm not an economist. Okay. Okay. But I do know that there are certain things that are indicators of good economy that wouldn't production is up, and this all the people that aren't comes. If these things are good that means that everything else is going to be good. I think this is Jim. Mcgee that when javale McGee is in the game. It means everything else is going pretty well. Because if he was just the guy that showing up on shocked in the full he's on the game. Right. So if he's in the game, it means that he's doing all the positive things that we're talking about his teammates are getting all the positive benefits. He's an indicator of the team doing really, well, if he's out there things are going really nicely. And if he and Lance route the same time, you lose it. Yeah. These guys are in seek and they're grooving. It doesn't mean there is garbage time as a -sarily. It probably means the us rolling their role rolling last night. One twenty one to one fourteen and Elza wonder too. If there's not another question did the Lakers. Finally, settle on a starting lineup. We'll get into next. It's coming you dropping dimes happy birthday angry. I was just about to look at the run down. There realize there really isn't one today. It's a half a rundown Hafeez. It's a happy. A quarter. I had difficult circumstances. More increase you guys making light of it. You know, just no margin for error when you work shift. That's that's insight. T- there's no there's no rundown Oregon material we understand organs in here. That's true. Ice organs. Yeah. And so the Lakers starting lineup way to pivot Travis. Thank you. Thank you pivot master figure skater. That that what they're running out there right now looks right? It looks right. I mean, you got Kouzmin LeBron jail McGee Lonzo and Josh heart. We were talking about Casey who's in line..

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"hafeez" Discussed on Happier with Gretchen Rubin

Happier with Gretchen Rubin

02:03 min | 2 years ago

"hafeez" Discussed on Happier with Gretchen Rubin

"There are times for all of us when there's just no consolation from other people or from society, we feel misunderstood or we're so swamped by anxiety or anger or sorrow that it's hard to be around other people, or maybe we feel isolated and lonely, or maybe we're so upset, angry and anxious. When we listen to the news, we don't know what to do with ourselves. But when we can't take comfort and other people, we can often turn to nature to beauty of nature. It's impersonal rhythms. It's splendid indifference to our personal concerns are a comfort. I don't think it selfish to seek refuge in nature. When we restore our spirits, then were better able to think about other people with compassion and seek to address the problems of the world. Now I am not much of a music enthusiast I must confess, but there are some songs that I do love, and one of my favorite songs is from Nina Simone, her song feeling good here are a few verses. Fine. How you knew half we. Shaman this guy, you know, half. Biff Tannen by, you know, Hafeez. It's a new dawn is a new day. It's a new love. Oh, me to noon. Domes new to new live from me. Ooh. And feeding. And. If you'd like to listen to the entire song all postal Lincoln, the show notes. I think that this beautiful song is a reminder that when people give us no solace, we can turn to nature. I'm Gretchen Rubin, and I hope this makes your week a little happy.

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"hafeez" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

07:53 min | 3 years ago

"hafeez" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Listening to American medicine today. I am Ethan euchre, Kimberly and doc are out of town. But I'm joined by Jeff wack staff. How are you, sir? Great. Our you brother. I am. Excellent. And it is my pleasure to introduce social media director slash goddess Britney. Good afternoon, gentlemen know, you hate that. That's a little bit just a little bit. Pretty good show today. We were going to talk to a patient and hear their story of recovery. After receiving the Benatti spine procedures will also speak with a guy named Garin James who has a very very interesting story. Apparently, there's a show on Showtime called gigolos, and he's the man behind the whole thing. But he's specifically joining us to talk about how he. Opioid addiction and it took going to prison to do. So pretty pretty interesting story. So we'll talk to him a little bit later, then we'll have Dr Bernardi answering some Facebook questions, and we'll talk about this very rare illness called LA four body disease. So that story it is a very sad story. We'll get to all of that and a little bit. But right now, our next guest is here to show us how using healthy foods and yoga helped her escape poverty. Addiction a violent past please welcome Sida Hafeez, author of the new book the healing one woman's journey from poverty to inner riches. Thank you for being here. Say thank you for having me. This is really exciting. Yeah. And there's a lot to get to in just a few minutes. So if you can just briefly, describe your upbringing, and how you turn it around and ended up graduating from college. So in my family, unfortunately, there was a domestic violence, and my parents weren't getting along they got married young. And what ended up happening is that? There was a lot of separation, and so that left my mother. Other to manage as best as she could on less than ten thousand dollars a year or a family of four kids, and we were kind of left to figure a lot of things out on our own one of the things that I remember is the quotas eat as much of the school lunch as you can. So our Bill is lower. And I just didn't want to be a burden on my parents or my mom's particularly, and so that also left us in a way where we were eating in the way that wasn't supporting our health and also trying to kind of hope with or deal with the trauma in the aftermath of having all of these violent actions happening in our home. And so I was encouraged best as I could be to graduate from college. And when I graduated I was asking myself the question like, how do I now take care of myself and live a life that can support me as I work in corporate America. And that's when everything started to open up when I signed up for cooking classes and also went to a health club that had yoga and found myself on a different trajectory thinking that I would just learn these things but eating well and doing yoga started to have me flashback PS TD to my past and opened up a window that encouraged me to actually heal and integrate those experiences. So that's the power of my experience with food and yoga pretty powerful story that through education, you are truly living the American dream, it feels like it it really does. It feels really nice to kind of have to be grounded in the principles of what it means to be an American where you really do have to integrate your pass in your struggles. And I would. Say that the trauma that I've experienced with intergenerational so looking at it with my family onto itself. But also the nation we have to recognize our past because it's it's a trauma, and it's something that needs to be healed. And and their ways to do that. Absolutely. And I think a lot of people aren't I don't wanna use the word skeptical, but kind of people are they here they think it's like new agey yoga like oh yoga. What are you? Some crunchy hippie. You know what I mean? Yeah. In my wife, actually, got me to go to yoga. I'd I found that it wasn't really my thing. But I myself got into a form of martial arts called Brazilian jujitsu. And it's sort of the same thing for me where you have to set your ego aside, you know, and you start to you just become a more humble person and more grounded and stuff when you go into a gym and somebody who's half your size. Throws you on your ass and almost rip your arm off a little hobbling. It's very eye opening. Yes, I always say that people especially men think that they're tough guys until they go to a gym. And they learn very quickly. You're not you're not at all. So how did yoga really affect your life, and and keep you grounded as you said. Well, one of the things I'll say is that I'm glad that you did try out yoga and their different styles and types that might fit your personality. So you may want to go back and try a few different others. And I also loved you do in terms of that crash. And art and yoga as a complement to that. Agreed. Yeah. And and the nice thing is that science today to kind of address the new age dynamic signed today is continuing to confirm the healing properties of doing basic yoga and eating basic whole food meals. So the reason why was connecting it to your jitsu. That stimulating the nervous system in one particular way. But then when you balance it out with different styles or approaches to yoga, then you're Harrison pathetic, nervous system and nervous system, become reintegrated and ballots. So that you can in this case approach, the next conflict with more, ease and more self control. I like, oh, yeah. So so if you take that with the trauma that I experienced yoga helps me to approach the past trauma in conflict with more, ease and. Self control. But the road was not just knew there were some rocky moments along the way, but it be coming back to the Matt me coming back to whole food meal. Really did help my body and my mind integrate show up better in life. And that's the part way feel it can seem to AG. But if something is bringing you the opportunity to show up more present and better in life. We all wanna take that kind of pill. Absolutely. And so that's been kind of the the fun version for being like, yeah. This this actually works. 'cause I I was thinking, you know, this is this sounds a little bit crazy. But I kept getting results. Well, I really enjoy. The message of the book I wish we had more time to get even further into it. But we are out of time. The book is called the healing one woman's journey from poverty to inter riches get into yoga get into some form of martial arts and change your diet. Stop eating crap. Basically is the message rice Aida, I, you know, do a three day test of no sugar. No processed foods the same as I did. And just see what comes up for you. It might feel good and Mike mean some things come up that you don't want to look at. Yeah. The the more whole foods you can eat the better, the less processed stuff the better. All right. We appreciate your joining us. I have fees. Thanks. Thanks for being here. Thank you for having to eat than Britney. Thank you for joining us. Bye. Bye. Bye. All right. Quick break coming up. We're going to talk to a patient who received the patented Benatti spine procedures and hear their story of recovery. Stay tuned. It's American medicine today on your way to our twenty eighteen.

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"hafeez" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

02:20 min | 3 years ago

"hafeez" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Make sure it's being run well and i would be concerned about that especially since you're concerned about the hafeez okay right and hafeez can mean that it's just a high cost in the area to manage some of the attributes that the hoa is providing some of the amenities that they're providing but it can mean mismanagement okay and i'm involved now i mean we own a bunch of property and we're involved in a bunch of different ways and i would say fifty percent of them suck they're just bad and it's always got some guy some guy who doesn't have a life who's too much involved you know homeowner's he's really like barney fife he's got his one bullet and he needs a job you know he needs to get a life and they're like involve worried about everybody's bushes and stuff you know it's just crazy there's all some were you parked there can't believe you parked there there's always some barney fife involves so you just have to be you got to know what you're getting into hoa can you tell him not a fan i'm not a fan of hr yeah do you advise no i mean my house that i live in you know but there's one benefit to live on these ground you don't have to put up with that crap us manager on stuff instead of having everybody else in your business and it's just it's peyton place half the time and we were like i said we're in a bunch of them some of them are nothing i've never hear from them and they manage things well on the budgets proper no issue at all and then others are something going on all the time and it's not my name to me i'm done my stuff's fine take care of my stuff but there's always some kind of drama and so you just wanna look at that and the good real stage and can tell you all that and and they can also tell you if you're there but it sounds to me like you like the idea of a lower price and less square footage to manage and heat and cool the only reason you would keep the house you're in what you described to me would be for people that are gonna come back and visit and i would never do that let them get a hotel you can buy them a really nice hotel room and pay for it cheaper than you can maintain all those empty rooms twelve months for them to stay there for nights and just doesn't make sense at all so hey thanks for the call sorry i got on my hoa soapbox all right let's see tony's in chicago hi tony how are you hi david you speak with you our you.

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"hafeez" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"hafeez" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Yeah anyway chocolate laffy taffy was a thing donny the conversation we are currently engaged in is not about zombies nor is it about the sex in the city theme you will have to if you missed any of that go back and listen to the podcast of the colleen and bradley show ville to you on demand through the app or mytalk one six thank you do you believe sex in the that city john the question now the question bradley focus hafeez saltwater or laffy salt water i think it's closer to what it's supposed to be what it's supposed to be i mean as it was invented back in the you know i'm sorry unacceptable driving model for sony's projecting come in here to be laughed at actually i do yeah now is your presence he holly saltwater laffy salt water why more varieties and also it reminds me of my childhood going to resort towns and the salt water taffy machine would be pulling taffy polar estes park colorado sentence naples california which is really florida a little hollywood florida bradley tafea saltwater laffy.

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Travis AFB explosion: No known terror link in fiery van crash, FBI says

All News, Traffic and Weather

02:13 min | 3 years ago

Travis AFB explosion: No known terror link in fiery van crash, FBI says

"News time ten forty nine mostly cloudy right now forty three degrees in boston good saturday morning teeny gal wbz news top stories now boston officials are estimating as many as forty thousand people could be taking part in today's march for our lives well the march just got started moments ago looks like from madison park technical vocational high in roxbury there protesters are now heading to boston common or the rally kicks off this afternoon at two o'clock and today's march and rally are just one of more than eight hundred vents nationwide counter protests are also planned today across the country by nra activists at pennsylvania school district is teaching students and staff different ways of defending classrooms from an armed assault which by the way includes throwing rocks at intruders in after many years of discussion and months of negotiations a criminal justice reform bill is officially introduced on beacon hill looking for love a line well don't go to craigslist looking for electron ix cars furniture a roommate craigslist can fill your knees but when it comes to finding love or companionship the website has decided to move on the classified ads site took its personal section offline in the us after the senate passed an anti sex trafficking bill that could hold the website and others responsible for illegal activity the company says the fight online sex trafficking act seeks to subject websites to criminal and civil liability craigslist left a message on its website saying to the millions of spouses partners and couples who met through craigslist we wish you every happiness todd at abc news investigators in california are trying to determine why man with no apparent ties to terrorism drove a flaming minivan full of propane tanks and gasoline cans through the main gate of a major northern california air force base this week and fbi official says a fifty one year old hafeez kazi died in a minivan after veering through the gate at travis air force base and then crashing wednesday night causey had no known links to terrorism did not believe behind a manifesto or any threats or explanation and a video found on cell phone provided little clues it was only after the fire was out that rescuers realized that mini van was loaded with propane tanks and gasoline cans an out.

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