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Gaza militants fire rocket into Israel as tensions soar

AP News Radio

00:51 sec | Last month

Gaza militants fire rocket into Israel as tensions soar

"Israel Israel Israel Israel has has has has carried carried carried carried out out out out a a a a series series series series of of of of and and and and strikes strikes strikes strikes into into into into Gaza Gaza Gaza Gaza a a a a day day day day after after after after a a a a rocket rocket rocket rocket was was was was fired fired fired fired into into into into southern southern southern southern Israel Israel Israel Israel Israel Israel Israel Israel holds holds holds holds Gaza's Gaza's Gaza's Gaza's militant militant militant militant mood mood mood mood as as as as Hamas Hamas Hamas Hamas responsible responsible responsible responsible for for for for the the the the rockets rockets rockets rockets however however however however Israeli Israeli Israeli Israeli authorities authorities authorities authorities said said said said they they they they successfully successfully successfully successfully intercepted intercepted intercepted intercepted the the the the rocket rocket rocket rocket and and and and there there there there were were were were no no no no reports reports reports reports of of of of casualties casualties casualties casualties or or or or damage damage damage damage in in in retaliation retaliation retaliation Israeli Israeli Israeli fighter fighter fighter jets jets jets carried carried carried out out out a a a series series series of of of S. S. S. strikes strikes strikes in in in the the the southern southern southern Gaza Gaza Gaza Strip Strip Strip targeting targeting targeting what what what they they they claim claim claim was was was a a a weapons weapons weapons manufacturing manufacturing manufacturing sites sites sites will will will have have have mass mass mass there there there were were were no no no reports reports reports of of of injuries injuries injuries the the the Palestinian Palestinian Palestinian rockets rockets rockets attack attack attack was was was the the the first first first in in in months months months but but but the the the phone phone phone is is is a a a series series series of of of escalations escalations escalations between between between the the the two two two sides sides sides days days days earlier earlier earlier there there there were were were clashes clashes clashes at at at the the the sensitive sensitive sensitive holy holy holy sites sites sites in in in Jerusalem Jerusalem Jerusalem a a a series series series of of of deadly deadly deadly attacks attacks attacks inside inside inside Israel Israel Israel and and and Israeli Israeli Israeli ministry ministry ministry rates rates rates across across across the the the occupied occupied occupied west west west bank bank bank I'm I'm I'm Karen Karen Karen Thomas Thomas Thomas

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Gatestone Institute: A Final Warning From Arabs to Biden

Mark Levin

01:28 min | 2 months ago

Gatestone Institute: A Final Warning From Arabs to Biden

"There was a piece in the gatestone institute international policy council Website By Khalid Abu tome And it's really quite compelling It says in a message directed at the Biden administration and the other western powers involved in the Vienna negotiations This is with Iran Led by Russia on our behalf the Arab country said that Iran and its terrorist militias are continuing to create chaos and instability especially in Iraq Yemen and Lebanon The Arabs including the Arab League are telling the Biden administration that in their view is not only Iran that threatens their security but also its terrorist proxies Including Hamas the Palestinian Islamic Jihad Hezbollah and the Houthis in Yemen The Arabs are clearly worried about the financial and military aid that Iran is providing to the terrorist groups Any deal with Iran will further strengthen these groups and encourage them to step up their terrorist attacks The Arabs are also worried that when Iran obtains nuclear weapons they will sooner or later find their way into the hands of terrorist proxies And other terrorist groups including the Islamic State that's ISIS and Al-Qaeda

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How Does the Russia Ukraine Conflict End?

The Larry Elder Show

01:00 min | 2 months ago

How Does the Russia Ukraine Conflict End?

"Base. Finally, on Ukraine's senator, how does this whole thing end? I'm not sure what we're going to see. My hope is that it is going to end with you crane holding Kyiv and holding their government and pushing back on the Russian troops. What really concerns me on this Larry is now Putin is so distraught over how Ukraine has pushed back on him. Now he's doing soldiers for hire and mercenaries. And of course, Russia Iran, China, North Korea. That is your new axis of evil as I call it. And you've got Russia with their proxies, Hezbollah Hamas Taliban. You've got Putin getting mercenaries, soldiers for out of Syria, out of Laos, out of Yemen. Out of different places and trying to get them to conduct urban combat in Ukraine to me, that is frightening.

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ISIS Leader Dies During U.S. Special Forces Raid in Syria

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

01:00 min | 3 months ago

ISIS Leader Dies During U.S. Special Forces Raid in Syria

"Who you are breaking news until hours ago. Abu Ibrahim Al Hashemi Al karoshi was the head of ISIS. He's dead. You have special forces striking and Idlib Syria, a place that's about 300 miles from Jerusalem. So it's a lot closer to Michael Oren's land than to ours, although I think Michael Lawrence and the U.S. today, former ambassador from Israel to the United States, doctor Michael oran, good morning, doctor Aaron. What's this headline mean to you? It's always welcome news with a leader of ISIS or Al-Qaeda or Hamas or Hezbollah gets to pass out of this world. I just was never particularly due to the major threat by Israel. You should know Hugh. The ISIS from our perspective was several thousand men mostly with light arms and machine guns on the backs of trucks. Our biggest threat of his bola was a 150,000 rockets pointed at our city. That's a major threat. But that doesn't mean we're anyway not relieved to see one of the major commanders of ISIS eliminated.

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Golden State Warriors Co-Owner Chamath Palihapitiya Says Chinese Uyghurs Are 'Below [His] Line'

Mark Levin

00:53 sec | 4 months ago

Golden State Warriors Co-Owner Chamath Palihapitiya Says Chinese Uyghurs Are 'Below [His] Line'

"Hamas palapa if that is his name nobody cares about the Chinese communists murdering all these Uighurs But I have more to add to that Cut 16 mister producer go Nobody cares about what's happening to the weekers okay You bring it up because you really care And I think the rest of us don't care I'm just very hard You're saying you're so you don't care I'm telling you a very hard ugly truth okay Of all the things that I care about yes it is below my line Okay Of all the things that I care about it is below my line The NBA but of course he doesn't speak for the Golden State order said the Golden State wars well who does LeBron James Who

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Jason Johnson: Republican Party Is a 'Dimestore Front for a Terrorist Movement'

Mark Levin

01:26 min | 4 months ago

Jason Johnson: Republican Party Is a 'Dimestore Front for a Terrorist Movement'

"Jason Johnson is a professor tenure professor Morgan State University He appears regularly on MSNBC And this is a very in my view diabolical individual with a language that he uses And anything goes Anything goes It's really quite shocking So many of these individuals they won't condemn communist China For the genocide they're committed against Muslims So they take it out and attack the Republican Party I want you to listen to this man Why is he invited on MSNBC If the executives there and the executives at Comcast didn't approve of this kind of behavior Cut one go Here's the problem though We don't know if Trump's going to be on the back If Trump is on the ballot in 2024 it's the easiest thing and the world for Democrats because you could always run against the bad guy But I think the bigger more dangerous thing and I've been saying this for a while I'm working hard to never say Republican Party again Because there's not a party right There shouldn't fain to the IRA They're the plo to Hamas They're a dime store front for a terrorist movement They dime store up front for a terrorist movement

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China locks down third city, raising affected to 20 million

AP News Radio

00:47 sec | 4 months ago

China locks down third city, raising affected to 20 million

"The the Chinese Chinese city city who's who's looked looked down down its its residents residents because because of of a a covert covert nineteen nineteen up up break break raising raising the the number number confined confined to to their their homes homes in in China China to to about about twenty twenty million million people people it it wasn't wasn't clear clear how how long long the the lockdown lockdown in in honey honey young young home home to to five five point point five five million million people people would would lost lost mass mass testing testing is is being being enforced enforced standard standard procedure procedure whatever whatever outbreaks outbreaks pop pop up up around around the the massive massive country country as as well well another another fourteen fourteen point point one one million million people people a a lot lot down down into into all all the the large large cities cities with with restrictions restrictions imposed imposed on on the the port port off off from from Beijing Beijing which which used used to to host host the the winter winter Olympics Olympics from from February February for for a a games games official official responsible responsible for for disease disease control control says says if if Hamas Hamas class class the the coded coded nineteen nineteen transmission transmission happens happens it it will will impact impact the the games games on on the the schedule schedule for for shore shore I'm I'm Charles Charles to to let let us us know know

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"hamas" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:47 min | 6 months ago

"hamas" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"With Israel and Hamas It's definitely it's not rumors Something is cooking something is in the process Gaza political analyst must Abu sada says Hamas wants a prisoner swap a long-term truce and reconstruction But he says they're not in a rush That's something that you need to know about Hamas They don't care if negotiations with Israel takes years Their long-term strategy that this place will be under Hamas control I don't want to say forever but for a long time to come These aren't negotiations for Hamas to give up its control over Gaza or for Israel and Egypt to end the restrictive blockade on Gaza The aim is to give Palestinians and Gaza slightly better lives and put off the next war a little bit longer Daniel Esther and NPR news Gaza City This is NPR news It's morning edition on WNYC Twitter's cofounder Jack Dorsey stepped down as CEO abruptly yesterday the new CEO is a company veteran who rose to a chief technology officer We'll hear more about that coming up later this hour WNYC at 7.

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What Is a Tell? Archaeologist Steven Collins Explains

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:05 min | 8 months ago

What Is a Tell? Archaeologist Steven Collins Explains

"So what we're talking about is you in One thousand nine hundred ninety six for the first time said wait a minute. According to what the scripture says because you believe that the is an accurate guide you say according to what it says if this place is discoverable today it is up in this area north of the dead sea on what you call the car plain. Nobody's looking there. You decide to look there. You discover a gigantic tall. It's called right. What is it tall. How do you describe that to a lay audience. Yeah a tell or tall. Ten is yeah is a it's a ruin mound and it builds up like a layer cake as one civilization comes along one city is built. It's it's destroyed and then another one comes along building over and over and over and these things rise up to quite a height and near eastern cities are like this. There are multiple civilization layers that create these gigantic ruin mounds in taal hamas. A huge. one of these. Yeah and what's the creepiest thing to me is because we don't we certainly don't have this in america but we don't have this in most of the world when you can say there was a huge city there for thousands of years before abraham in seventeen hundred bc. We can't conceive of a city. Three thousand b c a flourishing city. So by the time. Abraham gets there it's basically been there for thousands of years. I mean that's very tough for us to conceive of a city that far back. Yeah and of course. The bible indicates that as well. Because if you go back from abraham's time back to genesis chapter ten. What you get is a very good description of the great. The building the great fortified cities of the ancient near east and amongst them are the cities of the plain sodom. Gomorrah adma boy. And they're all there in genesis

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Israeli troops kill 5 Palestinian gunmen in arrest clashes

AP News Radio

00:34 sec | 8 months ago

Israeli troops kill 5 Palestinian gunmen in arrest clashes

"Five Palestinians were killed in the west bank and she talks with the Israeli military the exchange of fire took place while Israeli troops carried out an operation to arrest members of Hamas in the west bank it was the deadliest violence between Israeli troops and Palestinian militants in the occupied west bank in recent weeks the fighting came amid heightened tensions following this year's eleven day war between Israel and Hamas in the Gaza Strip the Palestinian health ministry said two Palestinians were shot dead near the northwestern bank city of Jenin and three others were killed in bid to north of Jerusalem I'm Karen Thomas

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House Democrats Remove Money for Israel's Iron Dome System in Funding Bill

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:49 min | 8 months ago

House Democrats Remove Money for Israel's Iron Dome System in Funding Bill

"I remember many years ago. I was on a panel in los angeles. And i use the word evil as it applies to a lot of democrat policies. And i remember my colleagues the smart kids that some of the inside the beltway guys whole. Don't say evil. Now come on mike. These are friends across the aisle. Do you know the the democrat the house. Democrats just stripped a billion dollars of funding for israel's iron dome do you know. They stripped a billion dollars of funding for the iron dome. Do you know that a billion they took a billion dollars away from israel. A billion dollars of funding from israel to protect the civilians the children the men and women from hamas firing rockets into that country the iron dome protects civilians from missiles that hamas fires into israel. Do you know that house. Democrats led by that despicable rashida to leave that despicable that despicable ion presley. All the rest of these folks who are anti-semites. They stripped two billion dollars of funding. A billion dollars of funding for the iron dome. It's unbelievable it's it's incredible is that how do you describe that as anything other than evil. How do you describe that as anything other than evil.

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Israel Strikes Hamas Targets in Gaza After Border Protests

AP News Radio

00:54 sec | 9 months ago

Israel Strikes Hamas Targets in Gaza After Border Protests

"Israeli planes struck Hamas militant targets in the Gaza Strip I was off to clashes between Israeli troops and protesters along the Gaza border hundreds of activists staged a nighttime protests along the Israeli border bringing places is ready since you responded lifeline ambulances arrived to carry wounded protesters hit by Israeli fire the following day the Israeli ministry said planes had bombed a Hamas facility in Gaza in response to the continuing protests and launching of an century billions into southern Israel Israeli prime minister Naftali Bennett told reporters in Washington we will operate in Gaza according to what interests organizes set the price has summoned to increase pressure on Israel to lift its blockade of the territory which restricts movement in and out of Gaza the blockade in full since Hamas took control of Gaza in two thousand and seven that's rubbish the local economy I'm Karen Thomas

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Israel Bombs Hamas Sites in Gaza Over Fire Balloons

THE NEWS with Anthony Davis

01:37 min | 9 months ago

Israel Bombs Hamas Sites in Gaza Over Fire Balloons

"Israeli warplanes bombed hamas sites in gaza in response to incendary balloons launched from the palestinian end. Clave that caused brushfires in southern israel. Its military said early on tuesday. There were no immediate reports of casualties in the ass. Strikes that targeted what the military said was a weapons production facility and a rocket launch site belonging to hamas the islamist group that rules gaza since egyptian mediated. Ceasefire halted eleven days of israel. Hamas fighting in may gaza militants of sporadically sent balloons laden with incendiary material into israel drawing israeli strikes on hamas facilities palestinians say the balloons aimed to pressure israel to ease restrictions on gaza and permit aides to reach the territory. Balloons launched monday set off fires in israeli fields along the gaza border border. Violence has spiked despite an israeli announcement last week of a resumption of qatari aid to gaza. A move that had been seen as bolstering. The fragile truce confronting gaza protesters' budding ties and throwing explosives along the border on saturday. Israeli troops shot and wounded forty one palestinians critically injuring two medic said palestinian gunfire seriously wounded an israeli soldier. The military said days before saturday's violence gaza militants launched a rocket towards israel. That was shot down by. Its iron dome anti missile system in the first such rocket attack since the may twenty-first cease-fire.

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Colonel Richard Kemp Says Jihadists, China, and Russia Are Celebrating the Afghanistan Crisis

Mark Levin

01:53 min | 9 months ago

Colonel Richard Kemp Says Jihadists, China, and Russia Are Celebrating the Afghanistan Crisis

"You know, we're seeing what we face now is a a terrorist threat coming out of Afghanistan. That is greater than the terrorist threat before 9 11 jihadists around the world have been celebrating. The events and not least the president. Not this is a jihadist, but the president of Pakistan, Imran Khan, who himself celebrated it, he should be celebrating because Pakistan significantly funded The Taliban throughout the campaign, while at the same time being paid vast amounts of money by America and Britain. Um, but they're celebrating around the world. Hamas in Gaza are celebrating What's happening here? Um, and they will be re energize. They will have to see that their recruitment has been boosted. They will be reinvigorated and they will launched attacks around the world against our countries, as they did really when they were being inspired by the Islamic state. Al Qaeda and the Islamic state are strong in Afghanistan. At the moment, Al Qaeda fought alongside the Taliban in recent battles. They will operate freely. Just doesn't matter what the Taliban say to you. They will allow the Al Qaeda in the Islamic state to operate freely there, and they can operate more freely than they could before 9 11. Because they know there's no fear of Western intervention. Now that's finished. That's history. There's not going to happen again. They know that and so they'll be even bolder than before and jihadist from around the world will flock into Afghanistan. To train prepare and launch attacks against the West. So The state of the terrorist threat is higher than it was at the height of the Islamic state's power when they controlled large parts of Syria and of Iraq. That's just one aspect of The situation. There is no one really who is celebrating this situation more than Russia and China. They're the greatest cheerleaders for what's happened.

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How Significant Is the Fall of Kabul, Afghanistan?

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:04 min | 9 months ago

How Significant Is the Fall of Kabul, Afghanistan?

"Would you explain as a former practitioner in uniform. Who was hunting down these individuals providing intelligence to Special operators to neutralize them. How significant is the fall of kabul. And how will the taliban who gave soccer and aid not only kite but to isis. How will they profit globally from being able to project this message that they defeated the president of the united states. Okay to it in perspective. You know i am ends up like eighty who is currently very ilise leader of al qaeda swore a blood oath to the emir of taleban basic and never broke it The emir mirror. The taliban's deputy Huck ghani is a card carrying member of al qaeda As as were evacuating or trying to evacuate people out of afghanistan. Al qaeda members are returning to afghanistan in large numbers. Afghanistan has always been a playground for over twenty terrorist groups and now that the taliban have control they are going to come back in in fairly large numbers and the problem is is. We've done this major pullout and we don't have any more friends in the region Iran is touting the fact that america will abandon you every terrorist groups like hamas Isis they're all saying the same thing. Hey look america will abandon you. Come join our causes. Come join our our who we are. So i would basically say that the what's currently happening unfolding. Afghanistan is this massive recruiting campaign for these radical groups so expect to see al qaeda three point surge and expect to see a whole bunch of other radical groups are hamas just congratulated the leaders of the taliban for their victory against the united states. Saying you know you know you you have. You have done something wonderful for the islamic kingdom. And now we're all gonna follow in your

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Biden to Welcome Israel Prime Minister Naftali Bennett Next Week

Mark Levin

01:27 min | 9 months ago

Biden to Welcome Israel Prime Minister Naftali Bennett Next Week

"Welcome prime minister enough colleague Bennett of Israel to the White House on August 26 2021. Prime Minister. Bennett's visit will strengthen the enduring partnership between the United States and Israel, reflect the deep ties between our governments and our people and underscore the United States' unwavering commitment to Israel's security. Now listen to this. The president and prime Minister. Bennett will discuss critical issues related to regional global security, including Iran. The visit will also be an opportunity for the two leaders to discuss efforts to Advanced peace, security and prosperity for Israelis and Palestinians and the importance of working towards a more peaceful and secure future for the region. Are you kidding me? Hamas just graduated. The Taliban Why would this full Bennett And that damn full coalition government. It includes these Arab parties and LA peed who has lost stupid Why would they do that? Instead. What they ought to be doing is thinking to themselves and talking among themselves. We may have to go this along the Biden administration look Eugene Contour of itches, a brilliant Israeli lawyer. And he says, this is terrifying. Prime Minister Bennett coming to Biden to hear about us unwavering commitment to Israel's security. You know what happens happened to the last country, he said about that.

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President Trump Was No Pacifist, Made His Enemies Listen

Mark Levin

01:23 min | 9 months ago

President Trump Was No Pacifist, Made His Enemies Listen

"Doing a radio rally. Remember that the genius of rush October 5 2020. And the issue of Iran came up. And what Donald Trump said was Iran knows that they have been put on notice if you f around with us, and you use the word If you do something bad to us, we're going to do things to you that have never been done before. What do you think Donald Trump would do now? In Afghanistan. Every few years back. We talked about this. The Taliban was collecting for an offensive and they were in there. The tunnels that they had built much like Hamas. In Gaza. They located him and they dropped the biggest ordinance. We have Short of nuclear weapon on them, killing likely thousands and thousands of them. Thousands and thousands of them. Donald Trump was not a pacifist. It was not an isolationist. He stood up to Putin. Unlike buying despite all the Democrat party propaganda, he cut off their pipeline. And he severely sanctioned the oligarchs around Putin.

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Israel Military Strikes Hamas After Launch of Fire Balloons

What's Bugging You

00:40 sec | 10 months ago

Israel Military Strikes Hamas After Launch of Fire Balloons

"Israeli military struck two targets in the Gaza Strip in response to incendiary balloons launched from Gaza into Israel. The military struck what it says was a Hamas military compound and rocket launching site after four incendiary balloons were launched into Israel on Friday afternoon in areas close to the Gaza Strip. Setting fire to land and damaging agriculture. There were no reports of casualties in Israel or Gaza and no immediate comment from Hamas. The launch of the balloons comes over two months after an 11 Day war between Israel and Hamas, the fourth since the militant group seized power in Gaza in 2007,

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Israel Military Strikes Hamas After Launch of Fire Balloons

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | 10 months ago

Israel Military Strikes Hamas After Launch of Fire Balloons

"Israel's military says warplanes have struck two targets in the Gaza Strip in response to incendiary balloons launched from Gaza into Israel the ministry struck what it says was a Hamas military compound and look at launching site off the floor in century balloons were launched into Israel or Friday afternoon in areas close to the Gaza Strip setting fire to land and damaging agriculture there were no reports of casualties in Israel or Gaza and no immediate comment from Hamas the launch of the balloons comes over two months off to an eleven day war between Israel and Hamas the fourth since the militant group seized power in Gaza in twenty oh seven I'm Charles the last month

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"hamas" Discussed on Behind the Bima

Behind the Bima

04:09 min | 1 year ago

"hamas" Discussed on Behind the Bima

"Have emphases but the system. The system is stuck and the ad We don't know you don't know if there is no lights until to it's but quite wall and we don't see the solution yet hopefully. There's a light at the end of this somewhere. There's a brighter future. So we could break out of this gridlock and leaders will merge leadership and courage to take on this cause and others hamas been quoted as saying that they would entertain him negotiation with the prisoner exchange like in the gila elite deal and obviously that that was and is very controversial in terms. Of what the cost of what you pay what dangers there are by putting terrorist back on the street. And i don't wanna put you on the spot if you're not comfortable answering but you and your family in terms of if that would be the cost of that's what it would take to bring her dr home. Are you open or would you support israel in such a negotiation look. This is the question that we've been asked for the last seven years and what this egg question show is what the hamas wants were always swans. It doesn't show what we want you know and the fact that having been kidnapping all soldiers the last turkey is requesting the release of terrorism dingy. Laterally case was the worst one ease means the federal wins. This is the situation now. We we actually We are trying hard since they won. And even in case we will oppose opposing this the solution. Because it's bad it's bad if you give into their to fail and an all out perspective as to articulated. It's time to flip the equation instead of of of letting amassed a requesting pies for leasing our hostages in terms of of their always. It's time that we flip the question. And and we. Israel declared the price for the mass full holding also gills and for not releasing them. So it it will become for them a liability either in essex. Now this is a long lanes solution because if it goes through reliability they will think twice because now on the next the kidnapping soldier by why are we talking about we will just talking logic and and and and in terms of the thing to do but now having the the you and security council lucien two four seven fall it specifically said that you should not provide them any humanitarian You should provide humanitarian aid. But you have to to to to request the return of the missing percents and the of the vet as a closer guns building step which goes over the same. It's the same idea so now we feel much what we least not not just having this crazy family ideas but having it as as icing do now talking about yesterday. He's very frustrating. One one one it initially became. It became like Slogan what do you say by the one one will be hamas request. And and i'm i'm i'm furious about the that mean even even tagging nowhere like in the slogan now festival each shows that the season in the very long situation because.

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"hamas" Discussed on Behind the Bima

Behind the Bima

05:25 min | 1 year ago

"hamas" Discussed on Behind the Bima

"Don't forget to mention you heard it on behind the bima. We've a very serious episode tonight. We are going to welcome on momentarily that delay golden. Who is the mother of. Dr golden. Oliver shallow sham. You comb demo. Who was so unjustly immorally murdered and taken captive by hamas wicked terrorist organization. And they did so during a ceasefire. It's just it's heinous. It's agreed it's unforgivable. That a cease fire that was brokered by the un pressured by the us and by the eu and during that cease fire israel ceased and come ask kept firing and they fired on golden and own. They killed them both. They took their bodies captive in one of the tunnels and that was nearly seven years ago and for seven years. Two golden family has been fighting. Advocating lobbying not for something they don't deserve and we're talking about a basic basic humanitarian. A basic moral responsibility A basic part of international law. So we'll talk more about it. We've gotten to know the golden's they'd been to our community and There there are other sons sewer who you know. We'll ask her but it's a crazy story was involved in recovering bodies and almost went to find his own brother has been to our community has been our community so we wish we knew the golden's through something else we've come to know them and they they really are are great people and your heart has to go out and one of us do whatever we can to help themselves. We'll bring her on soon but we'll take a couple of moments beforehand. It's very serious topic a series guest. Maybe something a little bit lighter and we'd love to hear from you know there are people watching there. Are people listening. Join us in the comments. Tell us what you want to hear. Ask your questions give us feedback. We love to know the audience is out there so today. We had our first of two planning days. We didn't really get to do it last year last year. We did it in a much. More modified corona outdoor masked away. It was really kind of a counterfeit version of what we were narrowly do. But we the senior staff and today for parts of today the entire staff of as we get together. Offsite we've an undisclosed location. We can't tell you where it is. Offsite undisclosed location we. We have a box of puts the phone laptops in that box. We are disconnected and We are connected to one another and we spend time analyzing reflecting the previous year thinking about planning for the your head trying to study the different demographics have a vision have plan creativity team building and today we welcome to new members of our team. Who were we will introduce buying the beam at some point very excited to welcome to new members of the staff. I don't want to tell you now because we are going to have them on but one of the things because we welcome this to new members is we did some icebreakers to get to know one another better build our morale or sense of teamwork and also to meet those two new people. So i want to bring to our audience our listeners posing to you some of the ice breaker questions that we asked. We asked to several different times into today's meeting with different people who had joined us for different parts of the meeting. But one of the questions. We asked was If you could write any book what would you write about if you have a book inside you. If you're going to author a book whoa that book. Be about so by brody. You told us would be an audio book but if you were going to record a book would that book..

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"hamas" Discussed on Le Monde diplomatique - English edition

Le Monde diplomatique - English edition

04:11 min | 1 year ago

"hamas" Discussed on Le Monde diplomatique - English edition

"Is. This is only a ceasefire now. Some agreements must be negotiated festival for humanitarian aid. In gaza to reconstructing does gaza is a humanitarian catastrophe. Not only now. It was before this bout of fighting but for several international organization a few years Gaza would not be a place where human beings can live problems. Not on your pollution polluted walter. Very free electricity permanent pollution. Even the factory. Fora use water is a whole yields water of gaza. I'd be strolling mediterraneans. She's a terrible source of pollution because it's impossible to bring in enough materials from construction because these rarely sings. The construction material would go to the honasan two panels so now negotiations. Most of israeli military experts believes that negotiations would not be able to bring a permanent cease-fire. She's found for a few years but the simple reasons that the the americans met both so do some disease. Rabies don't want the money for construction to go to through mass or having a possibility of hamas getting its hands on some sack of cement so some dollar somewhere to go to the hamas would never accept could not by the way just On another subject. I don't believe it will ever be any agreement between hamas and Zip yellow the deeply Enemies cat's it would not happen. So if nothing gets in the hamas general. Get money gains of shoe. Either suitcases of don't come from from guitar. Shrew bengal your apple to hamas in gaza. It's going to be bad. So these rally Experts believe it's going to explode. The game depends on america's on sunday. Blink he's here now. They know exactly what's happening number. The ins. e united states bettors israeli palestinian israeli arab conflict than biden blinking zeh zeh went through it during a whole obama. Stray shen with a fatal. We know so. They know exactly what to do. And what Fister full renew of pro- process for negotiating impossible's as no real government in israel netanyahu year. My we don't make would stave would be another government elections in september john Would be new. Governmentally brings us split beginning thousand and twenty two until then no peace or other negotiations possible. So what's they can do and should do is try to reform the jan. Oh sorry we has year. Eighty five year old mahmoud abbas. It's time for him to go on pension during years. mahmoud abbas succeeded in excluding several major figures insides of buddy stinian movement who for example participated in negotiation for tentative peace proposal geneva initiative in two thousand and three which is exactly what should be negotiated on jerusalem's or if you jesus boulders everything was on this was negotiated by xm buddy steven generals Writers buddy titians on these ready.

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"hamas" Discussed on Le Monde diplomatique - English edition

Le Monde diplomatique - English edition

02:33 min | 1 year ago

"hamas" Discussed on Le Monde diplomatique - English edition

"Preparing it are looking for it and in two thousand fourteen. Is you gave a suggested to the hamas at nine occasions to get to a ceasefire hamas refuse. New is very cautious. Eat knows that the food scale war inza region and not just the some exchanges of rockets. And then bonding between gaza and israel. Night hurt him politically. So he's very cautious now under moment First of all you know so many years in power. It's a long time for a politician everywhere including in israel and There is Fatigue of Being in power is He has like Donald trump Solid basis of around winkler said it represents between twenty nine and so t members of parliament. over a hundred and twenty but He always fought any possibility to have an air within likud doesn't and many major figures from z. Isreaeli national right not religious nationality. Strikes left the party and went to get on sar. Who was within Likud his main opponent so he's lost the support on the right and you're right that's four selection in which he cannot form a government. These is losing and the way things look now. It seems that we're going to the fists elections. Now charles in the article you wrote in lamont diplomatique. You say that. The israeli left to sort of failed to understand netanyahu over a long period of time and i wondered. Why do you think it is what is it. They haven't understood. And why have they not understood. What netanyahu actually a boat. I believe Probably some movies story crews to its bugaboo. Netanyahu netanyahu the first time. He was prime minister in nine teen ninety six the pragmatic.

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"hamas" Discussed on PRI's The World

PRI's The World

06:41 min | 1 year ago

"hamas" Discussed on PRI's The World

"You so much carol. This is the world. i'm carol hills. This is the world dr anthony. Fauci is the nation's top infectious disease specialist. He's helped lead the us response to the pandemic through the low points and now the cautious return to some normal activities. But what's happening here in the. Us is just a slice of the picture. Parts of the globe namely india are struggling with the worst outbreak. We've seen we met with vouchers on zoom today to hear his take on how the globe is doing overall in trying to control the pandemic. It's a mixed bag. Globally for the most part developed nations like the united states and the uk progressively. Doing better and better. But as you alluded to there are other countries that are very difficult straits including india. Ah lodge country of about one point. Four billion people where they only have about two to three percent of the population that fully vaccinated and about ten to eleven percent that have received harsh vaccination so we have a long way to go. It's a big planet. Their countries that are very diverse in their resources and their capability of responding to this outbreak. So we have a long way to go before we get the equity. That's important to out the world to get this under control from a global standpoint not just an individual country standpoint. I wonder if you worry that. Americans with all our optimism for a fresh start that we may be missing the big global picture. As long as there's disease elsewhere in other countries we have viral dynamics that continue to allow transmission at a high degree in different countries. There's always not only the difficult time for the countries in question but also the generation of variants which can then come back and even in a country that has the outbreak on the very good control. It can actually set you back if you do get a very not covid very well. I vaccine thank goodness rossing. We're very fortunate in that vaccines that we are now distributing in the united states and in the uk in another developed nations handle variants. Really quite well. For example the b. one one seven which is dominant in the united states. Right now is handled very well by the antibodies that are induced by the vaccines that we use. But that's not a guarantee that all variants that might potentially arise going to be handled as well and of course to the point you're making is that as long as the rest of the globe isn't vaccinated at a high rate. We run the risk of variants. The hope that any subsequent vaccine is also robust enough to not be affected by that variant. That's true let's look at the global need for vaccines. President biden has promised to send a total of eighty million vaccine doses abroad so far but meanwhile the vaccine manufacturer in india that much of the world was relying on has said it stopping exports until the end of the year. Is the us doing enough to meet the need in poor countries. What we're doing a lot. There's always can be done more. We would like to see other countries chipping in as you know we. Apart of the kovacs a consortium we have either given or promised four billion dollars. We've given to india a considerable amount of supplies in the form of oxygen oxygen generators. Ppe's antiviral drugs sending advisers from the cdc to india. We are going to be giving by the end of june two beginning of july. A total of eighty million doses. Obviously there are other ways of getting even more done and that is by discussing with and partnering with the pharmaceutical companies to see if we can get them to scale up manufacturing so that they could supply billions of doses to the rest of the world particularly those countries. That don't have the resources to do. So but also to get involved in was called transfer of technology to allow the developing world certain countries such as those in africa south america in certain countries in asia to be able to produce vaccines that are made by the lodger pharmaceutical companies. That have already developed successful back scenes. So there's a lot of ways to approach this and we certainly feel a commitment to help out on the global problem you mentioned conversations with pharmaceuticals to ramp up production. Are those conversations going on. Is there any timetable for a real accelerated production of vaccines to get around the world. Discussions are certainly going on as a matter of fact and that's the whole purpose of it to see if we can really scale up the manufacturer of enough doses to the tunes of several billions of doses. We know from the pharmaceutical companies moderna. And that have already said they'd be able to do that in at least a couple of years to get up to a few billion doses. That's a very good start together with all the other things that we're talking about. I want to go back to variants for a second. India was swamped by a variant. It couldn't control despite are improving vaccination rates. Couldn't that happen here. Theoretically it could but we are really quite fortunate in that the vaccines that we used particularly the aren't vaccines but also the jj vaccine that they seem to cover the variance really quite well if not for actual infection certainly for the prevention of severe disease so although theoretically always be as case where you get a really problematic variant thank goodness thus far that has happened but a virus job is to stay alive and to replicate and that means to mutate. That means there's really no relaxing right. Well the easiest way to relax is to stop the virus from replicating. There's a very firm tenant environment that viruses don't mutate unless they're allowed to replicate so if you can suppress to a great degree the virus replication throughout the planet. You would give the virus a very very small chance of mutating and within that scope an even smaller chance of mutating to a variant. That's problematic so that means vaccine vaccine vaccine. That's exactly my point. That's dr anthony. Fauci the nation's top infectious disease specialist will hear more from him later this hour including his thoughts on.

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"hamas" Discussed on PRI's The World

PRI's The World

01:33 min | 1 year ago

"hamas" Discussed on PRI's The World

"And i agree. This is a result of a policy. That is containment when it comes to the hamas ruling over the gaza strip says israel needs to help with rebuilding in gaza for the benefit of the two million palestinians. Living there but also to prove that hamas doesn't really look out for their best interests if the international community if the united states is president biden said come in reconstruct build futures and homes. What the hamas have never done in the fourteen years that they've will bear a rule to terrorize israel. This could bring a different future. The details of the ceasefire agreement are still unclear. Hamas says it received guarantees that israel will change its policies in east jerusalem and the among sc. Israeli officials say that is not true but without any long-term ceasefire arrangements. It's hard to see how the two sides don't end up in another round of violence in the not too distant future for the world are real. Oh saran in tel-aviv. The tokyo summer olympics are inching closer and calls for cancelling them are getting louder but calling off. The world's biggest party isn't just a matter of updating and yvette the world's bianca hillier explains there's a laundry list of groups involved in organizing this summer's olympics the international olympic committee. The japanese olympic committee the tokyo organizing committee and the japanese government..

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"hamas" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

07:49 min | 1 year ago

"hamas" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Hamas have agreed to a cease fire after 11 days of fierce attacks. The toll of that conflict has grown to at least 230 deaths in Gaza, including more than 60 Children killed by Israeli air strikes. Hamas militants have launched thousands of rockets that killed 12 people in Israel, including two Children. President Biden address the breakthrough to end fighting this evening at the White House. You know, we've held intensive high level discussions. Hour by hour, literally. Egypt Palestinian Authority, another Middle Eastern countries. The name of avoiding this sort of prolonged conflict we've seen in previous years. When the hostilities have broken out. We turn now to NPR. White House correspondent Scott Tetro. Hi, Scott. Good evening. First tell us what we know about the cease fire agreement. The deal went into effect it to a M local time, which is seven o'clock on the East coast in the US, and it is important. Remember, there's a possibility the deal won't hold. Both sides warned After this was announced they could resume attacks if the cease fire is an honored And this comes as you mentioned after 11 days of Hamas, launching rockets into Israeli cities and intense Israeli airstrikes into Gaza. It's also worth pointing out. This deal was brokered by Egypt, not the U. S. The Biden administration played a very quiet public role in all of this over the past weeks, and do you have any insight into why the Biden administration has kept a low profile in this crisis? Again, and just to really emphasize that tonight was the very first time President Biden had delivered prepared remarks on this, and he only spoke for about three minutes. Every other time. He's waiting. It had been responses to questions shouted by reporters after speeches and other topics. It tells you something about two things one how the administration was trying to keep the crisis from overtaking their agenda, But secondly, that they were really prioritizing what Biden and White House officials kept calling quiet diplomacy, the White House stressed. They were focusing on doing this behind the scenes making a lot of phone calls. Even though we weren't hearing public pressure from Biden, you know those phone call numbers kept updating. Throughout the week. We made 20 calls 60 calls they grew to 80 today. And that included multiple calls between Biden and Prime Minister Netanyahu as well as call today with Egyptian President Al Sisi. Biden had spoken to Mahmoud Abbas, the president of the Palestinian Authority. During this crisis as well, I'll say one clear trend that we could track in the official readouts of these calls, you know, Early on, there was a lot of talk about Israel's right to defend itself. Midweek. The statements began and kind of the dried diplomatic speak that you that you get these read outs in all but calling for a ceasefire but very notably not demanding a ceasefire. Even as the president was pushing for a cease fire. Many Democrats in Congress were criticizing him for not emphasizing Palestinian rights. What did Biden say about that tonight? Yeah, And that criticism grew louder and louder. Is this one on tonight? He did lead his remarks without he's led most of the statements making it clear that the U. S. Stands with Israel. My conversations President Netanyahu. I commended him. Put the decision to bring the current hostilities to a close and then less than 11 days. Also emphasized what I've said throughout this conflict. United States fully supports Israel's right to defend itself against indiscriminate Robert rocket attacks from Hamas, another Gaza based terrorist groups that have taken the lives of innocents, civilians. In Israel invite and also said he pledged to to replenish the iron dome system, which had defended Israel against most of these rockets. Biden did say, though, that both Palestinians and Israelis deserve to live safely and securely with freedom. And he pledged US assistance to rebuild Gaza. But he made it clear the U. S would work with the Palestinian Authority, not Hamas. But you know, there was a lot of tension from progressive allies, and Biden had really trailed Most Democrats. In calling for a ceasefire as a lot of progressives really tried to emphasize the death toll in among Palestinians, especially Palestinian Children. Is the White House seemed likely to engage Maurine this conflict in the long term going forward. You know, the president said tonight that he saw a real opportunity for progress, and he said he's committed to that. But frankly, the administration has not framed this as a key priority in the Middle East. Items trying to resurrect some form of the Iran nuclear deal. The Obama administration brokered But the Trump administration walked away from and more broadly in foreign policy, bided his really focused his attention on trying to compete with China and counter China's growing influence in the world. I did not hear any major commitments or pledges in these remarks tonight, indicating that any of those priorities are going to shift NPR's Scott Tetro. Thank you. Thank you. Democrats want to roll back major elements of President Trump's 2017 tax cuts to pay for part of President Biden's $2 trillion infrastructure and stimulus plan before they try to do that, they're calling for a bipartisan solution Here is Richard Neal, the Democratic chairman of the tax writing Ways and Means Committee at a hearing this week on eager sincerely, Here from our Republican colleagues on the infrastructure priorities that they've embraced and constructive proposals to build upon the committee's work. Republicans are focused on doing all they can to stop Democrats from raising taxes. Here's freshman Byron Donald's of Florida The Joe Biden tax plan is a tax plan that only China and Bernie Sanders would love to talk us through the upcoming fight over taxes and what it could mean politically. We're joined by NPR's congressional correspondents Kelsey Snell and Susan Davis. Good to have you both here. Enduring this Kelsey. We just heard chairman. He'll say he wants bipartisan options. Are there really bipartisan solutions to raising the kind of money that Democrats need to pay for all their spending plans to give people some context, the two plans that are kind of coming together. Here are the $2 Trillion for the first infrastructure plan and another $1.8 trillion for the legislation that includes other things like child tax benefits and free pre K and two years of fuck, free community college tuition. So the idea that they could get to a figure on by both bipartisan ideas alone is just I don't know, basically impossible. There are some areas where they agree, and that's what Democrats wanted to focus on this week. But that stuff like expanding access to some tax credits to build more affordable housing or to encourage investment in underdeveloped in low income areas, and that is not going to get them very far with either plan. Democrats may be sincere in wanting to find agreement on those small board things, but that kind of ignores the bulk of what they're trying to do, which is raised taxes on the wealthy and corporations. Some Republicans in the House voted against trumps 2017 tax cuts. A small handful wanna roll back a provision caps how much state and local taxes and individual can deduct. Is there no hope for some bipartisan support here. There may be some bipartisan support for small things. But those air really minor portions above what Democrats have planned for the 2017 tax bill, which, like I said, is rolling back big portions. You want to return the top tax rate to 39.6 for people earning over $400,000 and raise the corporate tax rate from 21 to 28%. Democrats are essentially arguing three points. One polling shows that people generally want them to raise taxes on the rich and big companies to Democrats campaigned on doing this, and they say that their voters expect and demand it. And the third thing they're saying is that tax hikes on the rich would pay for programs that benefit not just the poor, but you know, suburban middle class people The Democrats have been really fighting to win over in recent years. There's growing pressure from some Democrats, though, to just give up all of this bipartisan ship talk and just kind of move on. Lloyd Doggett, who's a Democrat from Texas, cut through the kind of friendly bipartisan talk it that Ways and Means Committee hearing this week to say that it's useless to agree to fix roads and bridges if nobody talks about paying for it. I think those who think freeways or free or ignoring the reality of.

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"hamas" Discussed on Mohamed Ghilan

Mohamed Ghilan

05:09 min | 1 year ago

"hamas" Discussed on Mohamed Ghilan

"They should not deliver anywhere. Well, she made it in the middle. Well, it has been a just Melania. Well, I'm sort of Julia. Well, that would be my only. Time. Well, for whatever. Any are a better. Therefore beautiful. And in the last. Well, I'm good in the company..

"hamas" Discussed on PRI's The World

PRI's The World

01:39 min | 1 year ago

"hamas" Discussed on PRI's The World

"Were not having these are neighbors. Let them go. That was a cry of hundreds of protesters who gathered around the van. Preventing it from leaving as you heard that clip from local news site glasgow live. Some demonstrators sat in the road. One man even crawled underneath the van and stayed there. seven went by eventually authorities. Release the two men who emerged from the van to the cheers of the crowd. Police later confirmed that the men had been released. The neighborhood that was raided is home to one of the largest muslim communities in scotland. The incident raised alarms among scotland's leadership. First minister nichola sturgeon condemned the raid as unacceptable especially as it came on the holiday of email fitter scotland's justice secretary jose yousef echoed the first minister to tina's action at any time is unreal in scotland to diesel and the heart of the community on the day of ede with the have been greeks of cuvette is reckless and dangerous health and frankly looks like it was intended to cook. Intended to provoke yousef went on to say the hostile environment created by yukiko immigration. Policies is something that is simply not welcome hyun scotland and that is going to do it for us. Today carol hills will be the host chair for a couple of weeks. While i'm on vacation the world comes to you from the non and bill harris studio at gbh in boston be safe. Stay strong. were back with you on monday..

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"hamas" Discussed on PRI's The World

PRI's The World

05:15 min | 1 year ago

"hamas" Discussed on PRI's The World

"Pino cavalry. He emigrated to the uk from the app. Nine mountains in northern italy capellini says his restaurant in portugal. Is one of the oldest family run restaurants in london today. Because of covert restrictions costumers can only sit outside and the rain is buckling down the manager. Antonio brea is trying to rearrange tables under a canopy. Starting monday they'll indoor dining. We'll be allowed an tells me that's giving him a different headache. My time cures manager. I never struggle last much some struggling now to get stuff before you will see every day they bring you three or four cds. You will see people asking for jobs since the brexit and now with the pandemic it's been very tough for for managers to get stuff. Many workers have left the hospitality industry over the past year. Because lockdown forced a lot of businesses to close and now for the first time bush's restaurants are also starting to feel the effects of brexit. The industry relies heavily on foreign workers. Many from the eu but under new brakes rules. European union citizens now need a visa to work in britain and cavalry says london. Mike no longer seem so appealing. Not that they need a visa to come. They're not going to do that to be safe example. You're from bulgaria. You could get lean. You can go to madrid to portugal. You can walk anywhere. Now is the summer especially all around the mediterranean at best but for people to come work on the season. So they're going to go there. I ask his restaurant manager antonia larrea if the good higher british people to do the work. No way is very tough to find. British people doing waiters and bartenders or by the easter or people can toilets or mopping floors. I we're talking. A young woman has been serving coffee. She tells me her name is gi the caliber as a. She's from southern. Italy and she says she knows of italians who've decided not to come back to the uk to work. It's just too expensive. She says it think because for is a lot of money so you need to pay rent leaving lamda that he's not easy and the beezer is an extra so i don't think he's easy for italian people. Come here and start to do something but some us citizens are coming back to britain now that the pandemic restrictions are being lifted and some of face too far from welcoming response when they arrive. Martha lamartine theory. A young italian woman flew to london. A couple of weeks ago. She was due to start a job. As an apparent landed at heathrow airport she was approached by the uk. Border police her. Cousin giuseppe pecuniary explained. What happened next to the bbc folded. She was going to be taken to place that she could have bought. Understand what this place was going to be from google translate. She thought that is was going to be a prison and she was telling me that there is bob wide everywhere and when she arrived there in the middle of the night and she was put into a room and there nobody else there and she asked not to block the door because she was pretty scared. His cousin was taken to immigrant. Detention center and later deported back to wish louis. Uk government says those detained are breaking the rules but some advocates say. Those rules are clear. Luke piper is with the three million a group that represents you citizens in the uk. He also says border. Police are being unduly harsh. What appears to be. The case is quite a disproportionate behavior from the uk authorities. The case is the we've seen and some of the people respect contain a does appear that the capabilities of being heavy-handed in these instances piper says the actions of the immigration authorities could. Well turn your being citizens off comedy to britain to work together. It wouldn't surprise me if people would be a little bit deterred by these stories. It doesn't send a positive message. And i think he's damaging covid restrictions also mean it's more difficult for all people arriving into the uk. Right now kate nichols is chief executive with the industry trade group. Uk hospitality. She says one solution for uk. Restaurants could be if the government introduced a special covid nineteen recovery visa. The temporary work visa for helping with cova recovery where the economy is still in a state of turmoil and the job market is still very unsettled so it allows people to fiddle exactly the kind of of labor shortages that were facing we try and get the economy moving again and as we unwind furlough. But that doesn't solve the problems. Restaurants like portugal are facing next monday. I asked manager antonio lereah if the lack of staff means he'd have to turn customers away boever nana not never tabled for because we should have stopped. We better work harder than do something else. Which means they may be working harder for some time to come for the world. I'm to in london yesterday. In the city of glasgow. Scotland british immigration officials launched a raid in one of the city's most diverse neighborhoods. Two men believed to be immigrants from india were removed from their homes and held a white van marked immigration enforcement and home office. That did not sit right with their neighbors who decided they.

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"hamas" Discussed on PRI's The World

PRI's The World

02:30 min | 1 year ago

"hamas" Discussed on PRI's The World

"Second time ever after the twenty one name alphabetical list was exhausted but officials decided that having nine storms named dr greek letters was just too confusing. Some of the names were similar sounding with like fada ada zeta current consecutively. Some of the names didn't translate well into other languages that are used in the region spanish and french so it was decided by the committee to no longer use that as a supplemental name list instead. There's a second alphabetical list of names as a backup brown. Says he worries that fourteen months into a pandemic so called disaster fatigue might leave residents of hurricane prone regions less likely to prepare for the season and at the official level capacity and budgets for emergency response are already under strain is intense period both regionally and nationally for the caribbean. And of course we wait to see what the twenty twenty one season lubricate elizabeth. Riley's the acting head of the caribbean disaster emergency management agency. She says emergency operation centers are typically set up for a few weeks when a storm hits but those same centers have been activated for more than a year straight dealing with the pandemic. There is at the national level very clearly enough little fatigue. Riley's team mobilized first responders from across the region to help with the volcanic eruption in saint vincent. When they did they had to avoid sending people from covid nineteen hotspot would have had to quarantine for three weeks before getting to work. It has made the situation that much more complex and it means that we have to take into account looking at the risk related to multiple hazards as we're undertaking the planning in the region planning for a season. That's once again expected to be supercharged in the pacific. This year storm season got its earliest start. Ever on monday with tropical storm andres for the world. i'm caroline bieler day. Robbing old graves some of them quite ancient and plundering the relics a tabby industry that has gone mainstream in china something. It's grown in popularity because of the hit serialized novel grave robbers chronicles by chinese writers shula. It's also been turned into a popular tv show. That's entertainment but in real life digging up. The dead has become big business in china..

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"hamas" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

02:57 min | 1 year ago

"hamas" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

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"hamas" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

08:34 min | 1 year ago

"hamas" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"A recognition deal. Between Israel and the United Arab Emirates. Tony Cats, Tony Cats today so great to be with you what I said at the time. Was not about trade. Was not about even the huge win for President Trump. What I said, is what this deal does. Is it normalizes Israel in the region and forces, others toe? Ask whether or not they want to be apart? Love that coming future. Then, of course, you'll see the anger from people like Iran, which supports terrorists, organizations and, of course, the story out that Iran is fuming and warning of the dangerous future. For the U. A. E. Well, who could be surprised by this of the measure joins us right now. He is the Council general of Israel, based in Chicago. He covers the Midwest, Indiana, Nebraska and quite a few other states. I appreciate you're taking The time, sir. As is now being reported. This was a deal. That followed a lot of years. A very, very secretive and quiet talks. I assume this is because of word leaks out that the key is interested in creating a future with another prosperous nation. Like Israel, it would mean bad things and bombings for thee. Tony Salaam. Thank you for having me again. I think you're absolutely right. I mean, first of all, we're definitely story. Juncture of time. This is the agreement must form a peace agreement between Israel and an Arab nation. As you know, of course, is on Egypt Side the first peace treaty in 79 50. Later 50 years later, 94 we got Georgia on board, but this is a different case. This is a country from the gulf that decided that enough is enough. Then I'm going to be hijacked by the Palestinians. To cover the negotiation table and they're coming forward and say when it would have gone ahead and normalize their relationship be put Israel and a third of country which I think is going to be dramatic, and it's gonna be very, uh, relatively affecting other countries to join in and jump in. Now you bring up a very interesting point, Which was the conversation about Palestinians because immediately in the United States, you and Congresswoman receded to leave you had. I believe Ellen Amar. You had Ben Rhodes, the former deputy national security adviser to Barack Obama, all take note that the Palestinians aren't involved here into the layman. It could be well, no, The Palestinians aren't involved his between the country of Israel. In the country of the United Arab Emirates. Tell me how the Palestinian quarters question comes into play and why the exclusion is so incredibly important. 100% look, there's a dramatic change in the narrative for many years. The party crashers of Hey, the world doesn't want to have with double wait until the Palestinians agree to come to the table and agreed to come the finalization of a conflict and you know what we've been waiting for decades for them to come to the table and to finalize the conflict and are willing to come to a compromise. So for the first time, that narrative is no longer do the Arab world. That's the world. I do. There are countries way for the Palestinians there, saying Enough is enough. We're more because about bilateral a ship because of the regional stability. Because of another crucial component that we can elaborate on which is Iran. And they're saying to these body questions whether their pillow or Hamas or Iran or the Star axis, a radical action say no more. We are moving forward and you're right to look at the responses the negative responses and by that you understand how much This is a positive move because merrily responses are coming from very radical elements. As I said Iran Hamas Bala Pillow that indicates how much important and positive this agreement and this movies and it's important to recognize that what we're discussing are the terrorist organizations that run Gaza that run the lives of what we call Palestinians opposed to those people themselves, many of whom who have been seen as of the last year or so trying to fight off Hamas. And losing that fight. Unfortunately, 100% and you know, you mentioned a different kind of other names. I think you know we were striving and fighting toe towards peace for decades and what I'm thinking. In a different kind of ways, but equation very kind of beneath the radar ways. And we're happy that we are capable of achieving. And you know what? Let me tell you, your listeners that we no way hope, and we know for a fact that this is not the last country. That will come forward and normalized Julie. She put Israel there other countries in the pipeline and quote a year about very soon because off the fact that they understand that today the equation is not between all the gap is not between Israel and the Arab world, but rather between radicals and moderates in the distance is well. Stand many Arab countries like Egypt, like Jordan like you, he life terrain, like many others that are considered a moderate against that radical axis of people talking Tio Viv, as right now he is the Council general of Israel, based in Chicago. Now let us get a little deeper here. When you talk about other nations in the pipeline, that is that's wonderful. Because this idea of normalization the acceptance Now of you know what we tried this way of doing things. It didn't work. I'm sick and tired of hating these people. Even if I hate them. I'd rather just trade with them or at least be able to get some tourist dollars out of them. Let's goto work so other nations could say, You know what? It's a new world. Let's just do it this way. But the nation that does not change is the nation that funds a lot of these terrorist organizations that we've been talking about. And that's Iran, Iran out of their heads, referring to it is a huge mistake, allowing the U. S to gain a foothold in the region. The Iranian Foreign Ministry releasing a statement to crying the quote, shame will move to normalize relations with the fake, illegitimate and anti humane Zionist. Regime. And, of course, there is the idea of retribution against those nations that should want to work with Israel. This is specifically important with the U A. E because Dubai is just a stone's throw away from the Straits of Hormuz, which means it's a stone and a half away from Iran and that major level of where those ports are where the waterways are, where, of course, you get oil coming in and out. They are directly In the path of of of the beast of Iran. What is their security outlook? What is Israel's commitment to the security? And how much do you see Iran willing to push back on the normalization of their sworn enemy? 100%. As I said, the enemy of the enemy is a friend and the really apart from the bilateral issues, ship interest that as you say, trade, high pick biotech innovation, entrepreneurship and understanding that this is a win win situation. They're also doing it because of the regional stability and the region of fear they have from Iraq. Iran is continued to be a proliferator of arms through the biggest bullets later in the world of terror exporting their revolution, which means that they want to make sure that dominates all the others are moderate country. And yes, they're concerned. These cost countries are very concerned, and it's just you look look at Saudi Arabia, for example, they're not going to take the Iranian with Jesu proliferation of terror and attacks on almost, you know, becoming More and more dangerous to the level of radiation exposure that becoming intelligent over there. Therefore, I think the fact that the coming forward is not just because of bilateral concerns, but because of that concern from Iran. And yes, there's an understanding of cooperation that will be AH, enhance between is on you not just trade, not just truism, not just economy but also Sharing with intelligence, the head.

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"hamas" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

02:59 min | 2 years ago

"hamas" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Israel because he loves both countries in you can tell you can tell it there so he comes under attack of course Kushner's come under brutal attack president Netanyahu I watch the CNN report on this yesterday Mister minister you know you got out of that three times that Benjamin Netanyahu's been indicted and it's a deal that's for Israel not the Palestinians did you hear him say they get seventy percent of today in Samaria did your for you left this out there you would call it the west bank seventy percent most of it's on occupied it is by people but in return Israel gets thirty percent with with the so called settlements award I don't like exist I can expand and now they can actually have hard borders that are not in dispute anymore to defend the militarily against perhaps the Iranians and Hezbollah or or whomever and these are people want to get on with their lives the problem here is for Abbas and Hamas liberty is their enemy this deals about liberty opportunity prosperity civil society install that the heads of Hamas in the heads of foot Tara that is the Abbas clan they live in wealth in luxury subsidized by the rest of the world it's not their kids and grand kids who are wrapping up bombs around themselves they're not the ones who rush the Israelis and rush the fences they don't have any say whatsoever the Palestinian authority and Hamas do not want to resolve the so called refugee issue many of these so called refugees are kept impoverished in order to try and use them with the New York times with CNN with the U. when they you you what other entities to try and force Israel to surrendered security and it says something that tally and bar have already come out and trashed it when you know they haven't read it doesn't matter and the report last night top of the hour the network there is no right to return discussed right to return the Jews have been there three thousand years who wants to return the Babylonians they don't even exist Mr but is the Assyrians they don't exist anymore who's to return to what all the Palestinians at best in some areas they've been there a hundred fifty years anyway that was an excellent the explanation from the ambassador will be right back in.

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"hamas" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

01:36 min | 3 years ago

"hamas" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"And hamas. It will free the people from the rue tally of their own resume literally, this is not a joke. I talked to an intelligence in Israel is this Niger general you're speaking to me? I'm sorry, is this, the Brigadier General, you were speaking to me that your source on the ground there. You talked to him last night. Islamic Jihad, and HAMAs kills dozens and dozens of their own people weekly as an example of how to get in line or get in a grave, anyone that speaks out that protests or has a disagreement with this terror ends up debt and their whole family. Sometimes disappears that same general talk to believes that the decision obviously hasn't been made yet, but the idea is preparing to go into Gaza if the missiles start coming again. Islam, jihad Jihadist put out a press release that expect full-scale war by this summer, and they better be careful what they wish for if. That's what happens. It's over. The question is how many people are going to be killed, and how bad the destruction of Gaza will be because as a general rule the missiles, get launched from schools, private residences mosques and churches. I'm sorry. Nick churches Muslim centers, right below them, and Barry. What is next anyone scarce, but we should tune into the American truth project dot org and very new song because he's always got the latest. Very cannot. Thank you enough for sharing all this with America trends. We'll see next time..

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"hamas" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

02:01 min | 3 years ago

"hamas" Discussed on KCRW

"Gannon. Buck. Kissing you. Hamas. Bob Hope Papa. Take chainsaw. Bracelets, things big. Click bait fish. Just the. About. Edgy. Jim bring the blade. You made me kick you this. In what? I hope that. Hamas. Pa-papa's stick around. Yes. The revolution. But it will be. Device. Six summer. So. Been. Mummy. Disturbed me. Easy. Nineteen. Reform reform she came through. Go bang. Summer's summer's summer's. Dome.

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