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07:30 min | 1 year ago

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"And more mail but the crowd was notably divers in age race and gender there were so many people packed in they were probably violating the fire know what is the actual legal capacity of this room okay so they're exactly a hundred there were way more than a hundred and sixty three people in that small room yeah he is a serial entrepreneur who started a venture philanthropy non profit but became increasingly concerned with the threat to American jobs from automation and artificial intelligence unhappy with the answers he was getting from Washington he decided to run for president Yang argues that president trump one in twenty sixteen because automation destroyed millions of manufacturing jobs in key swing states and now what we did to the manufacturing jobs were going to do to the retail jobs the call center jobs the fast food job the truck driving jobs and on and on through the economy his big pitch the idea at the center of his campaign is a universal basic income plan he calls the freedom dividend a thousand dollars a month to every U. S. citizen eighteen and older take money from Amazon and Facebook and the Google's of this world and give it to every adult struggling or not how are you going to spend a thousand dollars a month in real life rand's tuition student loans when you sat down with New Hampshire public radio's Casey McDermott and me we asked him how he planned to make his proposal a reality his response if he wins the presidency that will mean his idea has become a movement people will realize that we can build a trickle up economy from our selves our families our communities up and the Democratic Party will be so thrilled to have been Donald Trump they'll be looking and saying we took a chance on entry I'm gonna work would be Donald Trump and then when I say let's pass the freedom dividend all the Democrats will be on board but here's the kicker when you go to the Republicans and conservatives and say it's freedom dividend time to look at themselves and say wait a minute I don't dislike the dividend Yang will be on the democratic debate stage in September and at the last debate on CNN yank staked out a position on climate change that was decidedly less hopeful than some of the other candidates this is going to be a tough truth but we are too late we are ten years too late we need to do everything we can to start moving to climb in the right direction but we also need to start moving our people to higher ground and in our interview he stood by that answer most politicians will say we can do it we can beat it I just told the truth which is that were only fifteen percent of the world's emissions even if we were to go zero carbon the earth would continue to warm in all likelihood because of the energy composition of other countries Yang says climate change is a catastrophe in the making worse than anyone thinks and he does offer solutions like renewable energy and reforestation but it all made me wonder do you consider yourself an optimist or a pessimist well if you think about it for a second I have started several multi million dollar organizations I'm running for president currently either in fifth or sixth place depending upon where you look you don't do any of these those things if you're not an optimist Yang believe strongly that his thousand dollars a month plan is the only solution to the dark clouds he sees on the horizon I'm not someone holed up in my basement waiting for the waters to overtake me I'm trying to fight it with every fiber of my being and that to me speaks to my sense of the possibilities still in front of us I'm a parent I've got two young boys and I'll be damned if I just rests while the future I see coming up just over takes us all and as he says running for president is a uniquely optimistic endeavor Tamera Keith NPR news the trump administration faces a new class action lawsuit alleging failures by immigration and customs enforcement or ice the suit alleges that in nearly a hundred sixty detention centers across the country I use is deprived migrant detainees of medical and mental health care it has over relied on solitary confinement and it has failed to provide disability accommodations the Southern Poverty Law Center is one of the groups representing the plaintiffs and Lisa grey bill is working on the case for them she joins us now welcome thank you so just give us an idea of some of the more concerning stories you've been hearing from these detainees bringing this lawsuit absolutely we have one client name Hamid Ali who was detained for about nine months at the Aurora detention facility and was recently moved to a small county jail in teller Colorado she has schizophrenia and a variety of other mental health disabilities while she was there or she was in solitary for nine months completely alone in a dormitory built for dozens with only the television for company and so here is increasingly recognized as torture around the world because it exacerbates symptoms for anyone who all is already struggling with the mental health disability and can create mental illness even in folks who who come into solitary without having those issues what about alleged inadequate medical health care at sure we have a client who advised eyes when he entered the facility that he had a heart condition he repeatedly requested appropriate treatment and medication he was told that he would be seen by specialists that was delayed and it wasn't until he went into actual cardiac arrest that he was finally taken to see a specialist but the follow up to the specialist I recommended still hasn't been provided our clients and others in detention are often told you'll be deported Sam it doesn't matter you can get that fixed when you go home of course a huge percentage of the folks in immigrant detention are asylum seekers I want to get a sense of the scale of this class action how widespread these allegations have been how many class members do you expect based on the most recent figures we were able to obtain their about fifty five thousand people in detention on any given day we are alleging that they're all at substantial risk of serious harm because of the insufficiency of medical and mental health care and ice is failure to ensure that IT systems and its contractors meet the constitutional and regulatory standards we should say that we did reach out to ice and they said they don't comment on pending litigation but they did say that quote comprehensive medical care is provided to all individuals in ice custody and that in general quote sensationalist claims about fatality rates are not substantiated by the facts would you say to that ice is own detainee death reports counter exactly what I just said and show multiple examples of that catastrophic failure of the health systems that are supposed to be operative in these facilities and what is the goal ultimately here with this lawsuit I mean do you think the government can realistically turn around and improve health care for some fifty thousand people to your satisfaction or is there something else you would like to see happen because of this lawsuit I do think the government can reevaluate its policies on detention drastically decrease the number of detainees that are incarcerated and improve the conditions for those that remain the government doesn't have a choice it does have a choice about whether or not to detain and it's exercising that choice to detain unprecedented numbers of people but it doesn't have a choice about whether to comply with the constitution or statutory regulations like the rehabilitation act it's.

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"hamid ali" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

08:02 min | 1 year ago

"hamid ali" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"A merry Louise Kelley injure Yang is the democratic presidential candidate who wants to give everyone a thousand dollars a month Yang has met the qualifications for the fall debates something that cannot be said for several governors and members of Congress and pierced hammer Keith interviewed Yang for the NPR politics podcast Andrew Yang danced into the plastic New Hampshire public library at seven PM on Friday night to a standing room only crowd who acted like a rock star he just entered his supporters tend to skew younger and more mail but the crowd was notably diverse and age race and gender there were so many people packed in they were probably violating the fire know what is the actual legal capacity of the service okay so they're exactly a hundred there were way more than a hundred and sixty three people in that small room yeah he is a serial entrepreneur who started a venture philanthropy non profit but became increasingly concerned with the threat to American jobs from automation and artificial intelligence I'm happy with the answers he was getting from Washington he decided to run for president Yang argues that president trump one in twenty sixteen because automation destroyed millions of manufacturing jobs in key swing states and now what we did to the manufacturing jobs were going to do to the retail jobs the call center jobs the fast food job the truck driving jobs and on and on through the economy his big pitch the idea at the center of his campaign is a universal basic income plan he calls the freedom dividend a thousand dollars a month to every U. S. citizen eighteen and older take money from Amazon and Facebook and the Google's of this world and give it to every adult struggling or not how are you going to spend a thousand dollars a month in real life rand's tuition student loans when you sat down with New Hampshire public radio's Casey McDermott and me we asked him how he planned to make his proposal a reality his response if he wins the presidency that will mean his idea has become a movement people will realize that we can build a trickle up economy from our selves our families our communities up and the Democratic Party will be so thrilled to be in Donald Trump they'll be looking and saying we took a chance on entry I'm gonna work would be Donald Trump and then when I say let's pass the freedom dividend all the Democrats will be on board but here's the kicker when you go to the Republicans and conservatives and say it's freedom dividend time the look at themselves and say wait a minute I don't dislike the dividend Yang will be on the democratic debate stage in September and at the last debate on CNN yank staked out a position on climate change that was decidedly less hopeful than some of the other candidates this is going to be a tough truth but we are too late we are ten years too late we need to do everything we can to start moving to climb in the right direction but we also need to start moving our people to higher ground and in our interview he stood by that answer most politicians will say we can do it we can beat it I just told the truth which is that were only fifteen percent of the world's emissions even if we were to go zero carbon the earth will continue to warm in all likelihood because of the energy composition of other countries Yang says climate change is a catastrophe in the making worse than anyone thinks and he does offer solutions like renewable energy and reforestation but it all made me wonder do you consider yourself an optimist or a pessimist well if you think about it for a second I have started several multi million dollar organizations I'm running for president I'm currently either in fifth or sixth place depending upon where you look you don't do any of these those things if you're not an optimist Yang believe strongly that his thousand dollars a month plan is the only solution to the dark clouds he sees on the horizon I'm not someone holed up in my basement waiting for the waters to overtake me I'm trying to fight it with every fiber of my being and that to me speaks to my sense of the possibilities still in front of us I'm a parent I've got two young boys and I'll be damned if I just rests while the future I see coming up just over takes us all and as he says running for president is a uniquely optimistic endeavor Tamar Keith NPR news the trump administration faces a new class action lawsuit alleging failures by immigration and customs enforcement or ice the suit alleges that in nearly a hundred sixty detention centers across the country I use is deprived migrant detainees of medical and mental health care it has over relied on solitary confinement and it has failed to provide disability accommodations the Southern Poverty Law Center is one of the groups representing the plaintiffs and Lisa grey bill is working on the case for them she joins us now welcome thank you so just give us an idea of some of the more concerning stories you've been hearing from these detainees bringing this lawsuit absolutely we have one client name Hamid Ali who was detained for about nine months at the Aurora detention facility and was recently moved to a small county jail and teller Colorado she has schizophrenia and a variety of other mental health disabilities while she was there or she was in solitary for nine months completely alone in a dormitory built for dozens I with only the television for company and so here is increasingly recognized as torture around the world because it exacerbates symptoms for anyone who all is already struggling with the mental health disability and can create mental illness even in folks who who come into solitary without having those issues what about alleged inadequate medical health care at sure we have a client who advised eyes when he entered the facility that he had a heart condition he repeatedly requested appropriate treatment and medication he was told that he would be seen by specialists that was delayed and it wasn't until he went into actual cardiac arrest that he was finally taken to see a specialist but the follow up to the specialist I recommended still hasn't been provided our clients and others in detention are often told you'll be deported Sam it doesn't matter you can get that fixed when you go home of course a huge percentage of the folks in immigrant detention are asylum seekers I want to get a sense of the scale of this class action on how widespread these allegations have been how many class members do you expect based on the most recent figures we were able to obtain their about fifty five thousand people in detention on any given day we are alleging that they're all at substantial risk of serious harm because of the insufficiency of medical and mental health care and ISIS failure to ensure that IT systems and its contractors meet the constitutional and regulatory standards we should say that we did reach out to ice and they said they don't comment on pending litigation but they did say that quote comprehensive may ical care is provided to all individuals in ice custody and that in general quote sensationalist claims about fatality rates are not substantiated by the facts would you say to that ice is own detainee death reports counter exactly what eyes just that and show multiple examples of that catastrophic failure of the health systems that are supposed to be operative in these facilities and what is the goal ultimately here with this lawsuit I mean do you think the government can realistically turn around and improve health care for some fifty thousand people to your satisfaction or is there something else you would like to see happen because of this lawsuit I do think the government can reevaluate its policies on detention drastically decrease the number of detainees that are incarcerated and improve the conditions for those that remain the government doesn't have a choice it does have a choice about whether or not to detain and it's exercising that choice to detain unprecedented numbers of people but it doesn't have a choice about whether to comply with the constitution or statutory regulations like the rehabilitation act.

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"hamid ali" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

90.3 KAZU

08:05 min | 1 year ago

"hamid ali" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

"This is All Things Considered from NPR news I'm also Chang and a merry Louise Kelley injury Yang is the democratic presidential candidate who wants to give everyone a thousand dollars a month Yang has met the qualifications for the fall debates something that cannot be said for several governors and members of Congress and pierced hammer Keith interviewed Yang for the NPR politics podcast Andrew Yang danced into the plastic New Hampshire public library at seven PM on Friday night to a standing room only crowd who acted like a rock star he just entered his supporters tend to skew younger and more mail but the crowd was notably diverse and age race and gender there were so many people packed in they were probably violating the fire code you know what is the actual legal capacity of this room okay so they're exactly a hundred we're way more than a hundred and sixty three people in that small room yeah he is a serial entrepreneur who started a venture philanthropy non profit but became increasingly concerned with the threat to American jobs from automation and artificial intelligence unhappy with the answers he was getting from Washington he decided to run for president Yang argues that president trump one in twenty sixteen because automation destroyed millions of manufacturing jobs in key swing states and now what we did to the manufacturing jobs were going to do to the retail jobs the call center jobs the fast food job the truck driving jobs and on and on through the economy his big pitch the idea at the center of his campaign is a universal basic income plan he calls the freedom dividend a thousand dollars a month to every U. S. citizen eighteen and older take money from Amazon and Facebook and the Google's of this world and give it to every adult struggling or not how are you going to spend a thousand dollars a month in real life brands tuition student loans when you sat down with New Hampshire public radio's Casey McDermott and me we asked him how he planned to make his proposal a reality his response if he wins the presidency that will mean his idea has become a movement people will realize that we can build a trickle up economy from our selves our families our communities up and the Democratic Party will be so thrilled to have been Donald Trump they'll be looking and saying we took a chance on entry I'm gonna work we beat Donald Trump and then when I say let's pass the freedom dividend all the Democrats will be on board but here's the kicker when you go to the Republicans and conservatives and say it's freedom dividend time to look at themselves and say wait a minute I don't dislike the dividend Yang will be on the democratic debate stage in September and at the last debate on CNN yank staked out a position on climate change that was decidedly less hopeful than some of the other candidates this is going to be a tough truth but we are too late we are ten years too late we need to do everything we can to start moving to climb in the right direction but we also need to start moving our people to higher ground and in our interview he stood by that answer most politicians will say we can do it we can beat it I just told the truth which is that were only fifteen percent of the world's emissions even if we were to go zero carbon the earth will continue to warm in all likelihood because of the energy composition of other countries Yang says climate change is a catastrophe in the making worse than anyone thinks and he does offer solutions like renewable energy and reforestation but it all made me wonder do you consider yourself an optimist or a pessimist well if you think about it for a second I have started several multi million dollar organizations I'm running for president I'm currently either in fifth or sixth place depending upon where you look you don't do any of these those things if you're not an optimist Yang believe strongly that his thousand dollars a month plan is the only solution to the dark clouds he sees on the horizon I'm not someone holed up in my basement waiting for the waters to overtake me I'm trying to fight it with every fiber of my being and that to me speaks to my sense of the possibilities still in front of us I'm a parent I've got two young boys and I'll be damned if I just rest while the future I see coming up just over takes us all and as he says running for president is a uniquely optimistic endeavor Tamera Keith NPR news the trump administration faces a new class action lawsuit alleging failures by immigration and customs enforcement or ice the suit alleges that in nearly a hundred sixty detention centers across the country ISIS deprived migrant detainees of medical and mental health care it has over relied on solitary confinement and it has failed to provide disability accommodations the Southern Poverty Law Center is one of the groups representing the plaintiffs and Lisa grey bill is working on the case for them she joins us now welcome thank you so just give us an idea of some of the more concerning stories you've been hearing from these detainees bringing this lawsuit absolutely we have one client name Hamid Ali who was detained for about nine months at the Aurora detention facility and was recently moved to a small county jail and teller Colorado she has schizophrenia and a variety of other mental health disabilities while she was there or she was in solitary for nine months completely alone in a dormitory built for dozens with only the television for company and so here is increasingly recognized as torture around the world because it exacerbates symptoms for anyone who all is already struggling with the mental health disability and can create mental illness even in folks who who come into solitary without having those issues what about alleged inadequate medical health care at sure we have a client who advised eyes when he entered the facility that he had a heart condition he repeatedly requested appropriate treatment and medication he was told that he would be seen by a specialist that was delayed and it wasn't until he went into actual cardiac arrest that he was finally taken to see a specialist but the follow up to the specialist I recommended still hasn't been provided our clients and others in detention are often told you'll be deported Sam it doesn't matter he can get that fixed when you go home of course a huge percentage of the folks in immigrant detention are asylum seekers I want to get a sense of the scale of this class action how widespread these allegations have been how many class members do you expect based on the most recent figures we were able to obtain their about fifty five thousand people in detention on any given day we are alleging that they're all at substantial risk of serious harm because of the insufficiency of medical and mental health care and ice is failure to ensure that IT systems and its contractors meet the constitutional and regulatory standards we should say that we did reach out to ice and they said they don't comment on pending litigation but they did say that quote comprehensive medical care is provided to all individuals in ice custody and that in general quote sensationalist claims about fatality rates are not substantiated by the facts would you say to that ice is own detainee death reports counter exactly what eyes just said and show multiple examples of that catastrophic failure of the health systems that are supposed to be operative in these facilities and what is the goal ultimately here with this lawsuit I mean do you think the government can realistically turn around and improve health care for some fifty thousand people to your satisfaction or is there something else you would like to see happen because of this lawsuit I do think the government can reevaluate its policies on detention drastically decrease the number of detainees that are incarcerated and improve the conditions for those that remain the government doesn't have a choice it does have a choice about whether or not to detain and it's exercising that choice to detain unprecedented numbers of people but it doesn't have a choice about whether to comply with the constitution or with statutory regulations like the rehabilitation act it's.

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"hamid ali" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

08:00 min | 1 year ago

"hamid ali" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Yang is the democratic presidential candidate who wants to give everyone a thousand dollars a month Yang has met the qualifications for the fall debates something that cannot be said for several governors and members of Congress and pierced hammer Keith interviewed Yang for the NPR politics podcast Andrew Yang danced into the plastic New Hampshire public library at seven PM on Friday night to a standing room only crowd who acted like a rock star he just internet supporters tend to skew younger and more mail but the crowd was notably diverse and age race and gender there were so many people packed in they were probably violating the fire know what is the actual legal capacity of the service okay so they're exactly a hundred there were way more than a hundred and sixty three people in that small room yeah is a serial entrepreneur who started a venture philanthropy non profit but became increasingly concerned with the threat to American jobs from automation and artificial intelligence I'm happy with the answers he was getting from Washington he decided to run for president Yang argues that president trump one in twenty sixteen because automation destroyed millions of manufacturing jobs in key swing states and now what we did to the manufacturing jobs were going to do to the retail jobs the call center jobs the fast food job the truck driving jobs and on and on through the economy his big pitch the idea at the center of his campaign is a universal basic income plan he calls the freedom dividend a thousand dollars a month to every U. S. citizen eighteen and older take money from Amazon and Facebook and the Google's of this world and give it to every adult struggling or not how are you going to spend a thousand dollars a month in real life rand's tuition student loans when you sat down with New Hampshire public radio's Casey McDermott and me we asked him how he planned to make his proposal a reality his response if he wins the presidency that will mean his idea has become a movement people will realize that we can build a trickle up economy from our selves our families our communities up and the Democratic Party will be so thrilled to have been Donald Trump they'll be looking and saying we took a chance on entry I'm gonna work would be Donald Trump and then when I say let's pass the freedom dividend all the Democrats will be on board but here's the kicker when you go to the Republicans and conservatives and say it's freedom dividend time to look at themselves and say wait a minute I don't dislike the dividend Yang will be on the democratic debate stage in September and at the last debate on CNN yank staked out a position on climate change that was decidedly less hopeful than some of the other candidates this is going to be a tough truth but we are too late we are ten years too late we need to do everything we can to start moving to climb in the right direction but we also need to start moving our people to higher ground and in our interview he stood by that answer most politicians will say we can do it we can beat it I just told the truth which is that were only fifteen percent of the world's emissions even if we were to go zero carbon the earth will continue to warm in all likelihood because of the energy composition of other countries Yang says climate change is a catastrophe in the making worse than anyone thinks and he does offer solutions like renewable energy and reforestation but it all made me wonder do you consider yourself an optimist or a pessimist well if you think about it for a second I have started several multi million dollar organizations I'm running for president currently either in fifth or sixth place depending upon where you look you don't do any of these those things if you're not an optimist Yang believe strongly that his thousand dollars a month plan is the only solution to the dark clouds he sees on the horizon I'm not someone holed up in my basement waiting for the waters to overtake me I'm trying to fight it with every fiber of my being and that to me speaks to my sense of the possibilities still in front of us I'm a parent I've got two young boys and I'll be damned if I just rest while the future I see coming up just over takes us all and as he says running for president is a uniquely optimistic endeavor Tamar Keith NPR news the trump administration faces a new class action lawsuit alleging failures by immigration and customs enforcement or ice the suit alleges that in nearly a hundred sixty detention centers across the country I use is deprived migrant detainees of medical and mental health care it has over relied on solitary confinement and it has failed to provide disability accommodations the Southern Poverty Law Center is one of the groups representing the plaintiffs and Lisa Graybill is working on the case for them she joins us now welcome thank you so just give us an idea of some of the more concerning stories you've been hearing from these detainees bringing this lawsuit absolutely we have one client name Hamid Ali who was detained for about nine months at the Aurora detention facility and was recently moved to a small county jail and teller Colorado she has schizophrenia and a variety of other mental health disabilities while she was there or she was in solitary for nine months completely alone in a dormitory built for dozens I with only the television for company and so here is increasingly recognized as torture around the world because it exacerbates symptoms for anyone who all is already struggling with the mental health disability and can create mental illness even in folks who who come into solitary without having those issues what about alleged inadequate medical health care at sure we have a client who advised eyes when he entered the facility that he had a heart condition he repeatedly requested appropriate treatment and medication he was told that he would be seen by specialists that was delayed and it wasn't until he went into actual cardiac arrest that he was finally taken to see a specialist but the follow up to the specialist I recommended still hasn't been provided our clients and others in detention are often told you'll be deported Sam it doesn't matter you can get that fixed when you go home of course a huge percentage of the folks in immigrant detention are asylum seekers I want to get a sense of the scale of this class action how widespread these allegations have been how many class members do you expect based on the most recent figures we were able to obtain their about fifty five thousand people in detention on any given day we are alleging that they're all at substantial risk of serious harm because of the insufficiency of medical and mental health care and ISIS failure to ensure that IT systems and its contractors meet the constitutional and regulatory standards we should say that we did reach out to ice and they said they don't comment on pending litigation but they did say that quote comprehensive medical care is provided to all individuals in ice custody and that in general quote sensationalist claims about fatality rates are not substantiated by the facts would you say to that ice is own detainee death reports counter exactly what I just said and show multiple examples of that catastrophic failure of the health systems that are supposed to be operative in these facilities and what is the goal ultimately here with this lawsuit I mean do you think the government can realistically turn around and improve health care for some fifty thousand people to your satisfaction or is there something else you would like to see happen because of this lawsuit I do think the government can reevaluate its policies on detention drastically decrease the number of detainees that are incarcerated and improve the conditions for those that remain the government doesn't have a choice it does have a choice about whether or not to detain and it's exercising that choice to detain unprecedented numbers of people but it doesn't have a choice about whether to comply with the constitution or statutory regulations like the rehabilitation act it's.

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"hamid ali" Discussed on CONFLICTED

CONFLICTED

14:54 min | 1 year ago

"hamid ali" Discussed on CONFLICTED

"These eight hundred thousand will never come back home that you have basically inaugurated civil war, because you told them keep on protesting keep on being violent keep on in this uprising. Because if you go back home, you will have the secret prisons treatment, and bazaars prisons are very infamous unfortunately, for being nothing but death factory. He undermined the possibility that these protests, could have resulted in something like reform, because he wasn't interested in reform, nothing. Not only not interested in reform in a win you threaten the protesters on the street that possibly all of you would be imprisoned. Because none of them know which one of them is part of the sixty four thousand you give them a point of no return. You, you give you put them in a on a path, where there is no return the series of awarded quickly devolve into total violence on all sides. And I'll have to ask us to sort of skip forward three or four years to win the civil war was raging at its most violent we have a battlefield scenario where there are myriad Sunni Jihadist groups. Myriad so-called moderate revolutionary groups. Although who these people are has never been entirely clear to anyone, you have Charlotte assets forces, you have Hezbollah in Lebanon, providing troops to bizarre Lhasa to fight the Senate, Jihadist you have Iranian Revolutionary Guard commanders. Overseeing that Cheryl asset effort. You have Afghan Shia mercenaries shipped in by the Iranian regime to Syria to provide further. Troops. It's a total shit storm, and at the same time, you have foreign powers, the United States, the EU Turkey Saudi Arabia Qatar on the opposition side to Charlotte. Coordinating miss coordinating. And then in the midst of all this, you have ISIS arise. Let's talk about this jihadists. Why such a patchwork why such a kaleidoscope of Jihadist groups fighting each other fighting the regime fighting the Americans. What was going on? You see the greatest calamity that Syria suffered after Charlotte said, they know, was the arrival of al-qaeda when my wife asked me in could you tell me in one sentence? What went wrong with Syria? So I told her a car that came to town now. Tell us that story. Yeah. What do you see? But bazaar was partly responsible for that in two ways one before the war on one after the way before the world has as we said he released Qaeda prisoners in such like people from prison and sent them to Iraq where they regrouped and came back to bite them in the butt exactly the second way after the world in which the way he responded to the uprising which was moderate to the beginning with violence led to people in trying to find. Okay. Who would protect us who will actually in a the force that could actually force us to re evaluate his options, and they turned to al-qaeda, which was called initially in Syria, the Nasra front, exactly Paternostro, which means the support front. And it was it was the so the Nasra front wasn't Al Qaeda franchise, if you like but at the very at the beginning, not everyone knew that is that right? It was they had done a pretty good job of hiding their Al Qaeda affiliation on. You will. Yeah, you're not you're not. But I knew because immediately I started to notice because don't forget after I left the service of my five six in two thousand six I became a banker as many listeners would have known by now and because I was a banker I was always in the banking section, which monitor terrorism finance around November, December of two thousand eleven just about seven eight months after the beginning of the uprising that there are certain car. The financier was in Kuwait in Bahrain and Qatar started some movement of collecting money for certain groups. And that's when I started to become suspicious that something is not right. And I remember even at the great risks to me. I went all the way to Kuwait at the beginning of two thousand twelve and even attended one of these fundraising meetings. Wow. Which was risky. But I just wanted to escape because at that point you there was already the fatwa against to exactly former al-qaeda. Ada, you know, brothers were were we're going to kill you. Exactly. So thank God. There were hundreds basically in that big tent erected in a new era, one of the detainees in Kuwait, basically. So you're saying you went to you went to a jamboree in Kuwait, specifically oriented towards raising money for terrorists in Syria. What they didn't call them terrorists. They call them basically, in a in the cause of jihad in Syria against the tyrant. But Charlotte said, right and funny enough. Funny enough, I started listening to the speakers, and they were talking about escalatory. The propaganda is gracious among them, where I know people like Nabil hourly, you know, he was his famous Salafist cleric and Kuwait. Among them was Hamid Ali, one of the famous supporters of Guida in Iraq. In fact, and Okada and why are you, why are these people able to come out in the open Kuwait and say these things? Why aren't these people in prison Ayman because? Does not far away. Just about fifteen sixteen kilometers away. Inchoate I'm not kidding. You in Kuwait does the same week. There was another big tent. The yes marketing there was another victim. Another gathering of Shia Kuwaitis, raising funds for in a militants to go and fighting Syria alongside Bouchard lessons. So, so go funding was funding both sides. Yes, yes, it's a series of a war has been a sort of solvent that has that has caused national identities. Other identities to wither away, and the sectarian identities are all that's left. Exactly an actually ino to give an example of a hernia on my nephew. Cousin both of them are Bahrainis in my nephew. Ibrahima was he was only nineteen and my cousin drama. And he was only twenty. I went to fight with you about the nostril with Al Qaeda in the car then city, and he died there in may two thousand thirteen or that's very sad. Then my nephew went I he was tempted to join is, but I after miniscule type calls, you know, myself his father, I mean, basically convince him not to join them basically just try to go somewhere else, and, hey, joined another more moderate group, which belong to harbor Shum, another minnow Muslim Brotherhood, offshoot of the insurgence, and he died there on September of two thousand and thirteen there to rain is, but they were not the only two Rainey's from baharan to fight and die there. There were other behind his who were from the other side's she she'll Bahrainis who fought alongside has Balaa unbe sharla said, so they're not Kuwaitis fighting Kuwaitis and behind fighting between is and Saudis fighting Saudis in that conflict. It is. Arrive runoff Accardo which brought with it, of course, is, is after that, and their purest Sunni Jihadist ideology. And because they came not from a car that central they came from Kreider in Iraq, which was known at the time as Slavic state of Iraq. And then when they broke away from al-qaeda as a whole in two thousand and thirteen announced that, oh, no Sora these people in Syria. They are hours and that caused the Nostra split with two-thirds go into ISAs and one, third remaining in which basically grow up later. Of course it's quite complicated. But the takeaway is that ISIS and L Qaeda in Syria or essentially the same organization. They just had picked, they had picked a fight with each other. Yeah, they split in may two thousand thirteen when I was in Syria, one of the monasteries that I visited there, mar Moussa not far from Damascus, not far from Lula. In fact, where amac the language of Jesus Christ is still spoken. It was a Roman Catholic monastery and its abbot of. Other Paolo in Italian Franciscan, if I'm not mistaken, who had really worked hard for twenty years to form close relations with the Sunnis with the Shia with all the different groups in the vicinity and the mo- the Monastir had become a place of pilgrimage for all these groups when the Syrian civil war started father, Paolo very famously refused. The Vatican's demand that he that he leaves Syria because it was too dangerous because he wanted to remain a spokesman for sectarian, unity in Syria. In the end he was kidnapped and beheaded by ISIS. And that's Roger d c said he wasn't known for extremism, or for this kind of brutality and bloodshed. And this is foreign an alien to it. And this is why whenever basically, you know, IC jihadists in on jihad sympathizes in whether they are in Europe or North America, in the Middle East or South Asia, and they keep telling me about, but this Bouchard this bizarre that. In the first thing I tell them shut up. You and people luck you empowered him. He was about to fall. Many people defected, even his own prime minister, real dub left him and March two thousand twelve many people were leaving him. His army was started started to disintegrate on. It was clear that he either concede reforms or give up. He might to lose. But what saved him the title of the arrival of al-qaeda on the scene gave him a rhetorical victory could always say, I'm defending Syria from al-qaeda? Exactly. I'll cry did not start the war they just arrived and taking advantage of that war. And as a result, turn the war from a war of liberation in order to bring about some sort of better Syria into a conflict that is based on. Sectarian jihadism. What about these moderate rebels, and we heard, especially here in Britain because the UK was always going to support the moderate, the moderate rebels in the series of a war. Who were these moderates at the beginning, they were mostly soldiers from Assad? Army who actually defected, the free Syrian, army indeed and many of them had purely nationalistic aspirations, many of them were just only so needs. But also, they had Druze and Christians. So what happened to the free Syrian army? There were taken over by in marginalized, by the jihad Sunday ideological. You know, groups that were linked to them, the so you say jihad is both infiltrated the free Syrian army, and also attacked the free Syrian army, and defeated them on the battlefield. Well, not only that, but actually more or less just like what happened if you listen to the podcast on Iraq, when we talked about the Cali what's car. We had at the time. Money was money, but also the name of Elida on the name of jihad. And so they were able to cannibalize other groups, including the free Syrian army. So it's just pure cannibalism on the part of the jihad est that marginalized, the moderate rebels completely, and what role did the Gulf states play in all of this, because Saudi Arabia, Qatar the Emirates. They're often accused of fueling the bloody mess of Syria with money with with, with weapons. What's what's the truth there? Well, the truth there is that happened. And in fact, you know, I'm not going to deny that happened. The Qataris were supporting her sham. They Saudis were supporting Domon Marouf, and has m- you know, as a group called Hasim, and they supported unit thirteen. They supported unit forty nine. You know, the Turks, of course, they supported Nordine, zingy group and others. They supported the wiggles the TI. Or the custodian stomach party. You know, we will talk about them in the next podcast. So, so in a sense in all of this was not coordinated and the same time, many of them while they were moderate, but we're not moderate enough. They still had this tinge of either Jihadism almost motherhood ideology, about them for surely, some of these Gulf states also supported al-qaeda directly, ISIS directly. That's what we're always told. No, none of them. None of them. I see it. You know, I always basically how can we believe you Ayman actually, I mean, surely, you're just you're just, you know, you're just a you're just a an apologist for gopher goal states. And no, of course not. I'm not an apologist for anyone. I'm apologize only for the truth. And for me, I am a ex spy on after that I financial banking investigator, which means that I follow the money and whenever someone challenge me on this and says the Saudis are supporting a law is is our guide. The car is are supported supporting Izakaya Americans actually are supporting and creating is, is these are all the a now will say to everyone. Look, I have spent eleven years of my life in the banking sector before that eight years of my life as a spy against terrorist groups. So unless if you have with you, no official transactions banking, transactions, or any other form of transactions that I can take extra. To court then, please do not utter this nonsense. Why? Because I have followed terrorism finance for nineteen years. And you're saying there's no hard evidence that Gulf states supported either ISIS, or Al Qaeda in Syria. A feel have if you are a listener having evidence, our will actually guarantee you hundreds of thousands of pounds of impairment from many lawyers who want to hold these countries to account and demand Justice for the victims, whether they are North America or Europe. 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"hamid ali" Discussed on No Agenda

No Agenda

05:42 min | 2 years ago

"hamid ali" Discussed on No Agenda

"There's a lot. They've tried this for several years. I see two thousand nine two thousand eleven two thousand fourteen let's see if it comes back. All right. I don't think it will. I mean. I don't think it will get any different than what we've been witnessing so far minor could be and subtle. Couldn't approach could be. It's not gonna help. I liked it though as an idea besides that, I think that because of this clip to worry about plastic in the ocean oceans heating up it should melt, the plastic and environmental news. The world's oceans are warming at a much faster rate than previously thought. That's according to a new report in the journal nicer, which finds that oceans have absorbed sixty percent more heat during the past twenty five years than previous scientific estimates. Scientists say this will result in excel A-Rated global warming as the heat is released into the atmosphere. Making the target of holding global temperature rise below one point five degrees celsius or two point seven degrees Fahrenheit, even more difficult to achieve unless urgent global action is taken it's been interesting. Reading Dutch news wants this report came out where everyone said, oh, we we have to stop. To one point five degrees. The Netherlands certainly the political class and the elites went all in. Yep. We've got to do this was shutting everything down. They already have pretty much banned gas for usage in homes for heating or for cooking. No new homes will be built with gas connection. That's off the table. That's just done in the whole country. Why? Because it's bad for the environment. I'm telling you idiots over there. It's the socialist kingdom of the Netherlands. And then of course, people while we have to do something. We've got to hurry up. We only have until twenty thirty to get this all done. So let's lose use nuclear. No, no, no, no, no nuclear it. Just it just it doesn't work. There's a huge telling you all the experts are saying it costs too much it takes too long for to eventually make any sense financially. So we yes, yes. Percent of France. I know I know. And people just, you know, of course, then we get documentaries. Oldest look at your noble, again is that what you want people to you want that kind of noble energy. Do you wanna die? Do you wanna be fried? Now, let's have some wind wind and sun. They're gonna have to start buying energy from Germany you watch. Maybe this whole thing's a scheme to buy energy from Germany. Joe? Imagine all the do. That'd be fun. But it more than a few people think for show ten eighty five. Jonathan denison. Or actually this goes back to Aaron D young stop in Dortmund. Young stop youngster. SSD? She said she is. Probably the he. Yeah, you're right. Jonathan Denison hundred eleven dollars that was one hundred four five Jonathan Denis one one one dot one one of black baron, Scott, Barron of north Georgia. One one one dot one one was Scott who asked me to play at the end of the show. Was the bagpipes the flowers of the forest. Yeah. I think we should do that. Okay. I'll play that. Dr Jeff one one one one of these Armistice Day celebration donations, sir. Cuss media one one one wanted meniscus. They name and location j Kincaid Kevin make Laughlin viscount of Luna. And that's the end of them. Call one one woman at a big, no, no. In a mediocre. I didn't see any shout outs to the US Marine Corps, which I know we have a lot. We have a lot of service personnel in the producer stable many Marine Corps, which they celebrated what two hundred and forty seven years yesterday. Yeah. Yesterday today, the newsletter just put it in there. We have one hundred dollar which is the other opportunity because it was one hundred ten of Armistice Day. We got three people. Sir. Don of teens Ville Oviedo Florida do named Peter in New York City and Jackson Butler and level end, Texas. So that was another dud. So I guess nobody cares. We'll Hamid Ali baba Wani eight oh eight but they do care about boobs boobs. Always a winner. Thanks, dude, named Muhammad Ali David deer slayer, also boobs douchebag for too long. I should do douche. Yes. We do. St-? Kermit the end von glitch gut night of the vector realm seventy Morton cured in in sober Denmark. Sixty nine. Barron. Mark Tanner, six seven eight nine six seven eight nine Whittier, Robert Bruckner fifty were fifty dollars level already. Now..

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"hamid ali" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

02:20 min | 3 years ago

"hamid ali" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"The team and again sends ice our savior simpson to the free throw line one and one opportunity that is the dank jeanpaul on wisconsin i think if he vis vis will bad guys take 'em out i gotta beyond that first the one he shot just now was really bad if this once bad now jumpy lent taken him out michigan's twenty five point lead us down to eight since in mrs the free throw rebound back tapin harrald near the top of the key by matthews give the bugner that cleared back outside of door rachmat what go high in the year to grab it near the bit ports ripe it a foul given right away by khalil live or she'd his third personal and that's 10 team fouls on wisconsin so it's a two shot foul coming up here horrible hamid ali of your rocked month 79 percent free throw shooter from seattle kit that i get will you do with simpson now though that these are rents recode's you i don't get to the to a guy seventy nine eight points for abdurrachman four 10 from the field he makes your first frequently nine point lead or michigan 72 63 simpson leaves that you suggested in jordan pool is back into the light up or michigan heating to go and he's going to be a good player but he really as a point guard who have to learn how to simply throw theoretical second free throw in the year it is good rochman barry's up hair he has ten point to the game michigan again lead by double digits 73 63 coming up on two minutes ago in the game wisconsin to the forecourt iverson right sideline top of the key off it goes to purtill rightwing jumpjet by paul takes them off the dribble in pool reaches out grabs a profile jordan spurts iud foul six on the tweet non shooting affair wisconsin basketball side right 22 to go on the shot clock fifty eight left to the game galil iverson of the imbalance matthews defends for michigan all the inbound support download our halfback union racist 10 go rebound bog dirt wagner takes it out of traffic and look door rock bonn under two minutes ago the game michigan leading might tanner rocked bond modes that across for the walgreens protects the dribble against davis it the pump by davison as he jackie's to the.

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"hamid ali" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

01:59 min | 3 years ago

"hamid ali" Discussed on WGN Radio

"To join us hi peter how are you doing on on stein parody um my brother just moved into a small town called him it california it happens to be the destination for los angeles to put people homeless people on buses they just give him a ticket to hammer wow and they've been doing it for years now i don't something something new i didn't hear all of your conversation about this but when i came in on it oh i could think of his what my brother was telling me about the homeless coming to have met wow yeah it's like you know at community decides we don't want to deal with that we don't want to see somebody because there are a lot of people who are homeless who also struggle with mental health issues and and a gymnasium be and not in my backyard the upper exactly uh i've what's it didn't it it is very gut wrenching to hear that we're not doing better for each other were or just wanted you to know that when i heard this wrote this within the mentally ill yes i was just flabbergasted because that's or peril will too there are doing with los angeles throwing them out there in the desert meant little town called hamid is go to a huge now homeless park population holding you do is attacking some some facts and get some experts on to talk about what we can do individually emancipate the only thing we can map our our arms around right now is at on the personal level i am so glad it is near the more we now the more informed we are in knowing about other communities as you mentioned hamid ali mentioned las vegas shipping off people who love they the community no longer why the care for into sending them to other cities and decide saying hey when he at their call nine one one and then you put a strain on are first responders on the police department on the.

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"hamid ali" Discussed on WTMA

WTMA

01:45 min | 3 years ago

"hamid ali" Discussed on WTMA

"It's difficult to paint a positive picture for republicans in that scenario especially when democrats were saying uh this is the symbol worst policy ever passed uh you know in the last hundred years i mean i was a little over that just won't short one quick thing larry i mean i just have to say this should at lord's you're going to blush what i say this but it's so important i mean i think that the two people outside of donald trump who really we were the intellectual uh giants behind this were arthur laffer ahead this was an old that allows for occur in his ideas that these really uh promoted for forty years um but larry kudlow you'll had a huge impact on this bill and persuading members of congress persuading members of the senate who were on the fence you walked some of these guys down from allege i was there and um congratulations geo this was real tribute to your idea's are laugher as ideas and when it works you know you're going to be celebrated for this you had a big hand in this also in fact for god's sake steve moore here i am weeks ago an infectious twos i was told tuesday night the worst pain in my wise for the remainder that tuesday night and you're calling the early wednesday morning to make sure i'm on the train all right i just love that so i give you a lot of credit for quarterback it and stick and i wrote i tell you that morning you look like you've been hit with a mean hamid ali a left a left hook to your richard jaw veto but but you your view gritted it out you you'd walked up bob corker and jeff flake and and you're a new uh buddy uh susan collins who by the way i give a.

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"hamid ali" Discussed on KOIL

KOIL

02:24 min | 3 years ago

"hamid ali" Discussed on KOIL

"This but it's so important that being i think that the two people outside of donald trump who really we were the intellectual uh giants behind this were arthur laffer ahead this was no did allow for curve in his ideas cities really uh promoted for forty years um but larry kudlow you had a huge impact on this bill and persuading members of congress persuading members of the senate who were on the fence you walk some of these guys down from allege i was there and um congratulations to you this is real tribute to your idea's are laugher as ideas and when it works the you know you're going to be celebrated for this well you very and you had a hand in is also god sakes the more here i am weeks ago an infectious tooth has pulled on a tuesday night the worst pain in my life for the remainder that tuesday night and you're calling the early wednesday morning to make sure i'm on the train just love that so i can give you a lot of credit for quarterback at an stick can i remember when i tell you that morning you look like you've been hit with hamid ali a left hook to your jaw nato but you you you gritted it out you you'd locked up bob corker and jeff flake and and you're a new uh buddy a susan collins who by the way i give a lot of credit to susan collins do this is overall growth hill and santhals an old friend of mine and two two jerry levelheaded lady very smart jimmy they'll come back to your piece here which really was fifty and i appreciate your realism on this the democrats jimmy have really put themselves in a bad place that's what i think is part of this story that their opposition to literally every part of this bill right nothing and even though obama had corporate tax reform and his last couple of budgets and so forth they oppose every part of this bill the running around town sang middle income people are to have a three percent tax hike in the next ten years after the bill not even begin even forecast the next ten months and you know it's like they're rooting against america jimmy their rooting against the stock market which is refunding the union pension funds by the way they're rooting against prosperity home which would make our on international presence.

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"hamid ali" Discussed on KBOI 670AM

KBOI 670AM

02:19 min | 3 years ago

"hamid ali" Discussed on KBOI 670AM

"It's difficult to paint a positive picture for republicans in that scenario especially when democrats were saying uh this is the symbol worst policy ever passed uh you know in the last hundred years i was a little over the short one quick thing larry i mean i just have to say this to don't know you're going to blush when i say this but it's so important i mean i think that the two people outside of donald trump who really were the intellectual uh giants behind this were arthur laffer ahead this is an old that allows for in his ideas that these really uh promoted for forty years um but larry kudlow you'll had a huge impact on this bill and persuading members of congress persuading members of the senate who were on the fence you walk some of these guys down from allege i was there and um congratulations geo this is real tribute to your ideas are weffer's ideas and when it works you know you're going to be celebrated for this and you be and in is also steve moore here i am weeks ago an infectious twos was told tuesday night the worst pain in my wife for the remainder that tuesday night and you're calling the early wednesday morning to make sure i'm on the train just love that so i give you a lot of credit for quarterback it and stick and remember what i saw you that more to you look like you've been hit with a mean hamid ali a left hook your richer jaw tomato but you you you gritted it out you you'd walked up bob corker and jeff flake and and you're a new uh buddy uh susan collins who by the way i give a lot of credit for susan collins do this is a rural rhode island phil and santa claus an old friend of mine and um to very levelheaded lady very smart jimmy they'll come back to your piece here which really was biffi and i appreciate your realism on this um did democrats jimmy have really put themselves in a bad place that's what i think is part of this story that their opposition to literally every part of this bill right nothing and even though obama had corporate tax reform and his last couple of budgets and so forth they oppose every part of this.

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"hamid ali" Discussed on KKAT

KKAT

02:18 min | 3 years ago

"hamid ali" Discussed on KKAT

"Intellectual uh giants behind this were arthur laffer ahead this is an old did allow for in his ideas cities really uh promoted for forty years um but larry kudlow you had a huge impact on this bill and persuading members of congress persuading members of the senate who were on the fence you walked some of these guys down from allege i was there and um congratulations geo this is real tribute to your idea's are laugher as ideas and when it works you know you're going to be celebrated for this well you very and you had a big hand in is also for god's sake see more here here i am weeks ago an infectious twos has told on tuesday night but worst pain in my life for the remainder that tuesday night and you're calling the early wednesday morning to make sure i'm on the train all right i just love that so i can give you a lot of credit fruit at quarterback and in sticking i remember when i tell you that morning you look like you've been it with the mean hamid ali a left hook with your jaw tomato but but you you you gritted it out you you'd walked up bob corker and jeff flake and and your new uh buddy susan collins who by the way i give a lot of credit to susan collins do this is a rural rhode island phil and santer cows an old friend of mine and um very levelheaded lady very smart jimmy they'll come back to your piece here which really was that the and i appreciate your realism on this the democrats jimmy have really put themselves in a bad place that's what i think is part of this story that their opposition to literally every part of this bill right nothing and even though obama had corporate tax reform in his last couple of budgets and so forth they oppose every part of this bill the running around town saying middleincome people are gonna have a three percent tax hike in the next ten years after the bill ninety we can't even forecast the next ten months and you know it's like they're rooting against america jimmy their rooting against the stock market which is refunding the union pension funds by the way they're rooting against prosperi home which would make our on international presence.

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"hamid ali" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:30 min | 3 years ago

"hamid ali" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Reasons why i think it's good to talk about it is that we don't talk about to the full really i mean nothing will tapping venezuela is a human tragedy but up but it's one of those instances where the the eyes of the media if you like set me in britain and elsewhere they're really seem to be paying much attention to it might think that the situation that rachel describes where you could end up with a pretty nasty place possibly even some sort of a military conflict i think is something we need to be alive too because if this blows up i think that would be a terrible tragedy we will have voiced his for venezuela on tomorrow's program has that to voting takes place six some seven twenty nearly gmt now among photographers of the modern era harry benson is a legend he's now 8070 lives in new york was originally from glasgow in scotland he's photographed every american president since eisenhower and he first pointed a camera at donald trump forty years ago he was with the beatles on their first american tour he's picture of the hotel pillow fighting classic in paris is deemed a classic he was on the spot when bobby kennedy was shot and he was with richard nixon in the days after his resignation now look at these pictures out this autumn cooled persons of interest and they certainly are from hamid ali and bill clinton to the checks wiz at bobby fischer who he became a friend of what he's been speaking to the bbc's james nachtwey and began by talking about photographing donald trump on trump you never know left him emptyhanded ugandan shunting age big for our business mahamat alley was the same shovel live beatles you came back weighing in your tell you have got your job sham if nothing to do with politics is to do with live lee heard your business when you first came across them i don't know 70s alliot is whenever it was what do you make of this extraordinary cognitive who was already making a dash and the scene generally resent interesting even take you on each helicoptered to a casino michael jackson would be there you know you one taking bowling pictured from this day forward it's going to be only america first america first it's interesting good you footed enough a think every.

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"hamid ali" Discussed on I Am Rapaport

I Am Rapaport

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"hamid ali" Discussed on I Am Rapaport

"You know and then and then a lotta people were like you know why are you saying that euro race paid or or what about muhammad ali first of all when muhammad ali i came on the scene as caches clay he was a public enemy number one he didn't become beloved for a long time oh they hated this fucking god they hate muhammad ali was haiti hamid ali was hated you know and after a while now when they were like oh he stood up for his rights in in uh he didn't go to the military he was real you know but they hate this guy hated him and we're not comparing this fucking conor mcgregor or this fuck and floyd mayweather to the great muhammad ali not not by wrap not by along chance pinal when you see like rob grunt cow ski running around would ensure often the summer and liking the football doing all that it's it's play for its phone is just grumpy drunk when antonio brown is out there working in doing all that other shape it's kyran and and i'm not saying everybody feels this way because you know what i'm saying this is like you know this is the way it this is the way is presented to the viewer joe what what if james harrison was run it around all without a shirt all all you know they wouldn't call their ship playful note say well he just grow to grow up.

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"hamid ali" Discussed on BBC Radio 4

BBC Radio 4

01:30 min | 3 years ago

"hamid ali" Discussed on BBC Radio 4

"His they knee credibility may be longterm came through some there is people no who real financial supports returned the to position planting a of tree north which korea is going to so come to fruition in uh three hundred years time the there you srs go is a public good rosemary who thank you for joining us thank maybe you pc it's 19 minutes can of past finding eight new jobs among photographers of the for modern the future era harry may benson not have is the a legend luxury he's now eighty seven to and lives in think new york about but dea he was originally national from security landscape so is photographed every american from president the out since since outside eisenhower i think south and i koreans pointed a camera do donald not feel trump they forty kind of years ago he was possibility with the beatles bad on their first inside american tour his there are picture many of their hotel people pele who fighting paris feels is a classic dad he north korea was on the spot could do when anything bobby kennedy including was shot the and use with nick of richard nixon in nuclear the days weapons after his do resignation you think things are very danger a book amendment of his pictures is out this autumn called persons how of interest and they we are from don't know hamid ali and bill clinton i to i the don't chess think whiz that at bobby fischer north korea he became could attacks a friend on korea james nachtwey he's been talking to him won on but in trump one or two years you never but left him if emptyhanded north korea succeess to have you got an something icbm as and big for our business chris the threat to mahamat the united states down to the same leave south korea show live beatles by saying you that came back if you do not leave weighing south in korea your tell you you've north got korea your job would attack san francisco or los angeles orange viag with nuclear weapons he if north korea has strict kind of capability the kind of a distortion on the korean peninsula may be very different from country one kinda parkway iraq thank you very much turn.

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"hamid ali" Discussed on The Undefeated

The Undefeated

01:41 min | 3 years ago

"hamid ali" Discussed on The Undefeated

"The specificity of his passing which is something you obviously detailed quite a bit i just want to know where you think about that from your place in life what it was like i don't just mean into the concept but to see him with their me frail and eventually pass on well you know i mean the thing that the thing that you know the other day i was trying the like figure out you know the source of alleys power you know why why was this figure so powerful uh you know why was this man able to affect so many other people anna i eventually you know came to the conclusion who was that you know he was a guy who was he i mean he always answered the call basically you know what i mean he answered you know he always answered the bell in the ring he uh when he was called upon to make peace he made peace at the cost of of of a large portion of his career and when he was called upon to endure which was in the you're along of really the majority of his life when he was a called upon to endure what one of the months who work with them you know called his purification he endured that and he was you know he was always he was always there i mean f in to the very end if someone wanted in autograph with mahamat la they got an autograph from hamid ali he just was he was always available in some way i mean he.

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"hamid ali" Discussed on The Undefeated

The Undefeated

01:50 min | 3 years ago

"hamid ali" Discussed on The Undefeated

"Too many other stories where i've gotten choked up writing them and put this was the story where i got i got choked up writing some of those sections the section where they check here spontaneously recites the call to prayer as hamid ali is time i mean i i can't to this day read that without becoming emotional i can't read the the hard about the sixyear washing his body and calling his assistance over and saying look you know and his face you know ah right right when he was about to apply the perfume i mean i'm i'm talking to like now and getting a bush also so there's there's an inch in the sea to the story that you know i hope cuts through what people think that they know about uh mohammadali i mean everybody it's you know her awful lot about muhammad ali since she died but this is a story that i hope you know um reveals you know just how precious this life was all right right the very interesting that you've been in december one quick followup in your opinion how do you feel that we should mark he's aniversary of his that's how you feel good we should so bring holly well i mean you know i i think that i think that the why was why was he so why is his presence so powerful is a question is the question that you know um i think that we should all ask ourselves know and i and i i hope that this story shorter provides.

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