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"harani" Discussed on Jewish History Matters
"What is it about waste. That helps us to think through big questions about what's been happening in terms of israel and the palestinian territories. You know what is going on there. You know both in terms of you mentioned the history of infrastructure and also in terms of the history of the relationship between society. The government and the palestinians in between later also the jewish settlements in the west bank and the palestinians. Living there as well like what is waste. Give us as a lens to think through kind of what's going on on a bigger scale. One way to answer that is to say that it helps us look at multiple scales at the same time so one question that kind of answers and it may be a question that we don't realize we have or we should have but that question is who governs the west bank and you could get the answer by looking at this material and where it goes and how it's processed and when it's left there when capital gets invested to place in certain places or treated in certain ways i think from those very impractical tangible practices and sites we can see who is kind of managing this territory and that such an important thing for us to know politically above all because since the mid nineteen ninety s. Either you have people saying that. The palestinian authority now that it exists is the government. You have that coming from various political positions where there's an assumption that whether or not it is recognized fully as sovereign it can be held accountable for various things like it exists and it is the government and then you have other people who sort of its presence including at some point. I remember early in my project. I had faculty telling me you know really. You wanna talk about the pa. They're not really doing anything you know and i thought like you to find out what they are doing and if they are doing something from a project that looks waste but then you do have people who think that you know. Essentially the pa is to which the israeli administration has out sourced its occupation and so it's sort of treated as a neutral conduit. You know that does israel's bidding and that therefore sort of doesn't deserve its own analysis beyond what it does to facilitate essentially the occupation. And i think that waste enabled me to see the very dumps and thick and complicated network which includes donors which includes companies which includes people who are not sort of formed in something that's legible and coherent. Who might just be people in a neighborhood who are all managing the every day together. And i think that's important to understand that we know how we want to name the condition essentially that we are looking at when we look at contemporary occupied palestine. There's a lot going on. there's lots of think about. You're talking about like the ways in which the palestinian authority plays different kinds of roles in terms of occupation in terms of the day-to-day life of the palestinians themselves. And it's interesting. Because i think that when we think about basic infrastructure people don't think about it for the most part when it works properly right you know when you turn the tap in your apartment and clean. Water comes out. No one gives that any thought or really for the most part people. Don't any thought it's one there's failures infrastructure and thinking about like for instance you know questions clean water or when it comes to waste management or i know like nuclear power plants and people may not pay attention to what kind of plant is producing their power until it turns out that it was a nuclear plant that melted down. Or you know if they somehow see the direct outcome of a coal-based plant or something ultimately. It's a question of what is the role of infrastructure in society. I think that's part of what's really interesting. Here in general also speaks to the question of what's taking place in terms of the history of israel and palestine over the course of the past hundred years if not more which is the question of what does it mean to build up infrastructure so much of the zionist movement. The building of the shoe later the state of israel was an attempt to try to construct infrastructure to increase the absorptive capacity of the land. And then later on. Also you think about you know. What does this mean in terms of the palestinians. Well there's so much going on here as we think about the history of infrastructure and about how waste is a useful element that people tend not to think about in terms of their daily lives. Yeah i mean if i can respond to a couple of things there one just point on that. Last thing that you mentioned is that i was struck by the fact that my observations of the efforts the palestinian authority was making to build waste. Infrastructures was Those early zionist efforts. You know that kind of focus on independent infrastructure essentially no matter what and i say no matter what because they're all kinds of ways in which that presented challenges for construction so for example. Israel would often say we'll let you build a wastewater treatment plant as long as you connect it to a settlements wastewater treatment plant and the. Pa would say a red line. We won't because the point is to build the infrastructure of the state. I want to say that vision. And the insistence of the palestinian authority to build the infrastructures that it imagined to be the foundation of a future state took the oxygen out of the room. In terms of what other possibilities there could be for taking care of waste and of course the assumption was and this is going to get us a little bit toward are kind of capitalism climate change direction the assumption was definitely that we consume and we produce waste at the normal speed of any normal ideally normal society and then we build the infrastructures to house those wastes. But we don't try to limit what we produce because we're still in the process of becoming what everybody else's which i think something that you find. In general and the global south. I would say that people and infrastructure studies who study it in the global south. There have been making this point over and over again which is important which is in a lot of places like basically the postcolonial world. Let's say infrastructures are just failing. All the time one interesting question to ask is do people perceive it to be a problem. In those cases or is there a kind of a normality to infrastructural failure. Such that something else becomes the abnormal thing you notice. you know. I happen to do my research in this special moment when the pa was trying to build up infrastructures from scratch for waste like infrastructures that did not previously exist. It was disrupting essentially processes and practices of managing waste in the name of order a new order but in ways that were very disruptive to people who had become accustomed to for example dumpsites being at the edge of every municipality instead of being few and centralized know two or three across the whole west bank. So what could look like failure. Now from the perspective was successful management. At that time. So i think the question of perception and how populations experience infrastructural failures super interesting.
"harani" Discussed on Your Own Magic
"When it comes to the education system in Yada Yada, we just had a wonderful conversation full of a variety of different topics so. You enjoy this episode and also listen to the other episodes if you feel more called to just get a deeper understanding on the old soul and the different types or basically also lay the groundwork for Ainsley McLeod's very expansive divine work. Then again, leaving a link to the other episodes in the show notes in chronological order for you. All right. I'm keeping this interest short but a quick shot to some me's who left raving five-star reviews and I read them so beyond grateful. One by T core one by Rod harani one by Pablo a Scorpion one by carly rerun one by Emma one, eight, one, eight, one, one by the man underscore toto and there's Karma Star. There's Paki Jay? This is pure love Danielle's underscores so so many and everybody that's leaving raving reviews. Thank you so much truly means the world and it helps podcasts out more than you know to keep her going. You know sponsors, they really care about and whatever else what other opportunities. Decide to come our way and other guests. Guess look at that as well. So you really Have you guys are the ones that definitely.
"harani" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Believed in miracles and tonight we've been delivered another one. Good. He's a strata now was Austrailia prime minister Scott Morrison, now, Austria has cold day snap election off the chancellor Sebastian coots dumped his pump list coalition partner this as a leaked video showed. The right-wing vice chancellor offering government contracts in exchange for campaign funds in response coots declared the Freedom Party unfit to govern. My goal is a very simple one. I would like to work for our beautiful country using my political approach following markers in also with the support of the majority of the population, but without any individual cases incident or scandals and e election campaigning ramped up this weekend as voting kicks off later this week. Bloomberg's John lane reports for I'm gonna make European voters face a choice between liberal values and destructive nationalism. Harani Zagreb on Saturday came out after Italy's Mateo, San Vini hosted a rally of twelve nationalist parties from across Europe. He denounced mecca and FRANZ, his imminent, Michael as the which have occupied Europe in the name of finance in Rhode don't flame. Bloomberg daybreak Europe. Global news twenty four hours a day on air net dicta on Twitter pod by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than one hundred twenty countries. This is Bloomberg. Caroline. Thank you so much, Sandra. Now sit ahead on Bloomberg daybreak Europe. Austria braces for a snap election, after a scandal brings down the government, we're going to go live to Vienna nex, this, of course, as we look ahead to the elections, four hundred million people across Europe.
"harani" Discussed on MMA Junkie Radio
"That's bad. That up next week day. Okay to canal, I think ties into those questions but shoot it over to to Anson again, his opinion. The last couple of callers were saying something in it, to be honest, it's been, it's been in my head of the reason months where we're still used to calling it a sport these days. We've gotten evolve that level. But then now there's this other conversation that comes up and goes, okay, this really sport is fighting, and I think that comes when you know you got these callers, for example, we're, we're, we're judging fighters words like, I don't look at a guy like their Lewis's athlete. I look at him like a fighter, and that's why I'm a fan of him because he's a fighter and some guys, you know, we had that conversation this guy more of an athlete or a fighter, but I feel that conversation too. I wanna get European, I guess, instead of putting that on the fighters, how about the sport itself is really a sport or at the end of the day, even even in our Volver that we're today than it is still considered a sport. Well, that's I think a lot of different fighters will cover different opinion on it. Right? That's the problem we're having you. And sometimes when you have another fees of it as martial art sport entertainment now, it's like, is another aspect involved in it in the problem. I think daynuss having his guys, they could be Habib that is fighting mush artist, and that's when the insults and everything is personal and say, you know, he kind of wrote it out where he said, he's not shaken hands after the fight because it's not about selling the fight. The fight means very little to him considered to other things that he was insulted on. So I think that's a big problem is hard is hard to distinguish even for me. I mean, the money makes it entertainment to make the money you gotta entertain, but then the sport is when you want the people who have all the different qualities of the, you know, growl. On the standing, the wrestling, and then you've got the fighters who like their Lewis at just win and knock people out that really don't care about technique, but just wanna win the fights. So it's a hard thing. I mean, I I, I wanted to be pulled more towards martial arts site more respect and more honor, but martial arts wouldn't be may wouldn't be as big as it is today if it wasn't for other. But then I think is gone to too much in the entertainment side. No, because all that, you know you in WWE you're, you're making show. You're arresting you're building in up by talking all the ship, but you're fighting another fake fight where you just planning everything to make to add up to the chip talk. But then in may we're fighting for real. This keep the press conferences for real too. If you really hate Russians, then then sit but don't sit to sell the fight because then there's gonna be. That's going to take it personally could did. So I, I mean, I don't condone what he did, but I probably would've reacted the same way. In fact, I wrote on my social media, I think could be pretty good as far sucking up because for me, I would have probably reacted a lot sooner than the fight probably wouldn't never happen and heard someone say on social media too. I think our Harani said something like, how can you be so stupid to link the bus of tax to what could be dip Huck and he is not doing it because Coby was personally attacked on the bus. Connor stated that he went to get copied, could Eve's life was in danger. How can you not personal? How can that not link to what could be did after the fight? I mean, so regardless of whether or not someone is right or wrong, I think what I'm getting kind of signing off what you're seeing is not a lot of people understand whether they agree with it or not, and regardless, but they don't understand that that code. How certain people take that coat to. They might take a beat, takes much more different than average. Joe American guy not picking on average American. I'm just to your opinion. Notice could be calm comments. He never said something that he didn't mean just piss off Karner. Yeah, he didn't. He didn't insult the Arslan people..
"harani" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX
"Now, we think we're looking at it next Thursday, you still say you don't think anybody's going to testify Cavanaugh is going to testify Monday. Isn't he I thought that was decided I don't even know wake me when it's not over. But just ongoing wake me when somebody decides something this is Tucker Carlson last night, Tucker. It's funny from my perspective alternates between extremely perceptive, and smart and interesting, and then gets a little overwrought at times. But I thought he was right on with the stuff. And listen, I said the other night that he's he's grown up in Washington. DC's live there's entire life. And he said he's never seen. Washington. DC is on fire. Is it is right now. Right over this whole thing. And listen, I make a lot of wacky wacky jokes in some of you don't, but I I have complete one hundred percent respect for women in their role in the world into a woman can do anything in. Oh my God. Just I just wanna work with smart people who are capable. I don't care what their chromosomes are just home. Oh, my God it, and I I hate sexism. And I think Kirsten gillibrand democrat Senator from New York is setting womankind back with Harani who's the Senator from why because they appear to lack the capacity or at least a desire for any sort of rational thought Tucker from last night. The claim against supreme court nominee Brett Cavanaugh that he committed some kind of sexual assault. A student in high school has metastasized into something different something ugly and something threatening to all of us. We've learned from markedly little about Brad Kavanagh or Christine Ford in the past week, despite a lot of words on their behalf. The facts of the case are still sparse. And they're murky, but we've learned disturbing amount about the left, and what it's willing to do in order to maintain control of this country. Watch a clip in which New York Senator kitchen gillibrand explained why she knows Brad Kavanagh is guilty watch. I believe her because she's telling the truth she's asking the FBI to investigate her claims. She's asking for that kind of review that investigative work that oversight that accountability. Because she's telling the truth someone who is lying does not ask the FBI to investigate their claims. Who is not asking the FBI to investigate these claims the White House, Dr Cavanaugh excuse me. Judge cavenaugh has not asked to have the FBI review. These claims is that the is that the reaction of an innocent person. It is not so try to ignore the yelling and the theatrics and the pure demagoguery of the moment and focus instead on Kirstin. Gillibrand is reasoning to the extent that there is any quote, I believe her because she's telling the truth or put another way it's true because it is and watch a class they called the circular reasoning which isn't actually reasoning at all. Instead, it's.
"harani" Discussed on KOMO
"I'm pulling Johnson with a strike update. They take your car tap money. But still don't have roots selected for light rail. I'm Brian Calvert. And the deadline to keep S T three on time is near those stories and more right after ABC news at nine thirty second democratic member of the Senate Judiciary committee is joining New Jersey's Cory Booker and releasing an Email that had been marks confidential. It contains some of supreme court nominee Brett Kavanagh's thoughts on racial, profiling it's from his time in the George W Bush administration who is maisy Harani says the public should be able to read the Email. I am releasing that document to the press, and I would defy anyone reading this document to able to conclude that this should be deemed confidential in in any way, shape or form. Republican Senator John Cornyn of Texas said releasing documents marked confidential, but not classified could get Booker thrown out of the Senate Booker said if he feels that I now my fellow colleagues were with me. How violate those rules if he's not a tempest in a teapot? But sincerely believes that then bring the charges. Those sparks have finished flying for now. Regular questioning has resumed Scott Goldberg. ABC news. Stay connected. Stay informed. Komo news. Good morning at sixty three and mostly sunny downtown nine thirty one we continue with our top stories for the KOMO twenty four seven news center. Glad you're with us. Teachers at Tacoma officially on strike today. So the first day of class cancelled for more than thirty thousand students. Komo's cutting Johnson with the detail teacher's union made the announcement shortly after five o'clock Wednesday afternoon after they had failed to reach a tentative contract agreement with the school district angel Morton with the teachers union disappointed that the district is blocking the mccleary money. That was sent to our school district for salaries danville. Pell what you come at schools tells KOMO they would love to give teachers the double digit raises that neighboring districts are getting but he says Tacoma was one of the losers in the new state funding formula. Feel really badly for all of our families and our kids who were expecting to come back to school and now have to make some other arrangements. Not clear how big the latest salary increase offer was for teachers, but it was rejected. Mopeds tells us twelve of their schools will be open today serving breakfast and lunch, even though classes are not in session Tacoma joins the Puyallup. Tukwila, Tom water Centralia and STAN would commando school districts all out on strike. Carleen Johnson, KOMO news. Komo news time now nine thirty two. As we continue with the story on the school strikes for districts that are in session. Officers are watching to make sure drivers aren't putting children in danger in forty five minutes, troopers and Everett police stopped twenty two cars in school zones. Eighteen people ticketed for speeding three four seatbelt violations. One for using a cell phone. Former Seattle Mayor Ed Murray has settled a lawsuit over legal bills from the sex abuse scandal that ended his political career Murray hired bets Patterson and minds after he was sued by Delvin heckard. Who claimed he was raped. Molested by Mary as a teenager in one thousand nine hundred s the accusation was one of many that led to Murray eventually resigning. The Seattle times reports the firm contented Murrayfield to pay twelve thousand four hundred fifty five dollars for legal work. A settlement was reached last week. The case was dismissed on Friday. It's been two years since voters passed sound transit three, but there's still no decision. How the new light rail.
"harani" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK
"Lighter items he'll let me grant let me get to a couple of lighter I was here and then I want to dive into. And I touched on this earlier this hour about President Trump's screaming tweet and the threat against the Ron last, night and I have said for long, time that we are going to have to deal with Iran at some point they. Are moving toward a nuclear weapon. The Obama Kerry deal the awful Irani and deal which, Trump walked away from it essentially decertified our participation in it it's set up the path that was was a delay. But for they'd be onto a nuclear weapon under the letter of the agreement within seven ten twelve whatever it was Yeah but what we don't know is all the work that's being, done clandestinely in behind the scenes right now because. Of the inability for us to or for the UN and the the EA to be able, to investigate and, examined certain sensitive military sites so of, course that's where the Iran is going to be doing there what do you think. For a minute the Iranians are. Really complying these really say no I believe him so, yeah we're going to have a problem with Iran there's no doubt about it but I, want, to, get back into The Trump tweet from last night Because when I say shouting I mean it. Was all caps Harani and president Ronnie never ever threaten the United States. Again or you will suffer consequences the likes of which few throughout history have ever suffered before we are no longer a country that will stand for your demented words. Of, violence and, death be cautious now you know when you, read those words in the tweet You'll suffer consequences the likes of which few throughout history of ever suffered before what what does, that fit, what, what criteria with that type of destr- I'm thinking. You know nuclear weapons I mean like few have, suffered before I'm thinking Japan nineteen forty five I'm. Thinking August forty five I'm thinking hero Shema I'm thinking Nagasaki is you. Know with with that kind of a threat so we'll we'll dive into that in just a bit on a little lighter side of things which I we. I like. To, do this, an our number one but there are just There's just so much going on these days but, for my own sanity Now you're gonna love this this. Is the lighter stuff on his show is Chris. Wallace from Fox News Sunday is is his, still is he still breathing Is Chris Wallace Fox News.
"harani" Discussed on KMJ NOW
"All there is shaken between the two countries This more than likely is just the latest in an exchange, between two guys like each other but you know what I gotta hand this ongoing stuff off going, stuff Senator off going that's been going on with Iran for decades now it's going to result in. Something someday that could be, very very ugly? Now? The new secretary of state Mark them pale? Address some, of the most powerful, members, of Iran's expatriate community yesterday at the Ronald Reagan presidential library, down in seamy valley during which he said Iranians should not have to flee their homeland to find a better life and then he countered the fake news narrative of Iran's regime Now Senator Tom cotton was there down in so Cal he introduced Mike Pompeo to the crowd of approximately a thousand iranian-americans. Quote when Mike Pompeo stands with you you'll never stand alone Mike Pompeo will tell the truth to friend full like. The tallest crave legitimacy but. The Iran. And people will not give it to them in the United, States will not conferred is so long as Mike. Pompeo is our secretary of state this is all cotton speaking so Pompeo thanks the ex, patriot Iranians president in the crowd and. Says he looks forward to hearing from you this evening, learning more about the situation in the Iran and understanding that your loved. Ones and friends what they're going, through living over there And he. Added not. All around see things the same way but I think everybody, can agree that the regime in Iran has been. A nightmare nightmare for the Iranian people and it's important that your unity on that point, is not diminished by differences anywhere else There is a feeling and I've long shared it that the ex patriot community over, here has the financial wherewithal the if I can call it. The rhetorical mechanism to get words inside of Iran and start something start something that could bring their leadership down, and I've long believed that's how this is all going to end from the inside out Pompeo also said I want you to know that the Trump administration dreams the same dreams the, people of Iran do and through our labours in God's providence one day it'll come true Now next year, maybe this is where we're going next year is going, to Mark the, fortieth anniversary of the Iranians regime during the big seizure of the. Power from Iran's last Shaw You remember the Shah of Iran Mohammad Reza Pahlavi who wound up coming over here passing away Pompeo noted that the so-called fruits from that revolution have been very very bitter. And he stated, subsidies provided to the regime's cronies have provided the average Hizbollah baton with roughly two to three times the monthly salary of what the average firefighter makes any Ron today Quote again regime mismanagement has led to a plummeting and all. Values a third of uranian Ruth, unim- youth run, employed a third of Iranians live, below the. Poverty line the bitter irony of the economic situation in Iran is, that the, regime lines its own pockets while the people cry out for jobs reform an opportunity and that is the building blocks for all of this stuff that will ultimately lead to the demise See in the in the large populated areas of Iran these are educated people these are trained people, and they're not gonna put up with stuff much longer they don't like going without food who dies So have taken to the streets of Iran particularly in the, cities outside. Of the nation's capital to protest against inflation Shouts of death to the dictator death to Harani have not. Been hurt ever now they're very prominent throughout at least eight cities, where the protests are taking place against the regime so has it begun Has it. Begun I hope so But that tweet that tweet from Donald J Trump that has got to be. The most, to the point angry got you tweet or communication with any hostile nation from any American president in the last thirty years again to the Iranian president Rollie never, ever threaten the United States again or you will suffer consequences like like of which few throughout history have ever suffered before we are no longer a country that will stand for your. Demented words of violence and..
"harani" Discussed on Pat Gray Unleashed
"Also the fact that i know it's weird at uranium harani and they're very close but you have the uranium one deal and you have all these things that happened the background of course uh with um with hillary clinton so what they say this is an interesting interesting piece the mall tweet this up in it what they say is that if the president fired the deputy attorney general because the attorney general jeff sessions recused himself you got a new uh deputy attorney general that steps forward in that person could then fire muller and take control because this person is overseeing all it does that happen keep an eye on it not really sure what i think we need to keep an eye on i think most importantly is what happens with taxes do they shut the government down on top of it oh my gosh what happens if the government shutdown i can't even imagine will follow all of the we'll be here back again tomorrow see can make plans accordingly if that means not listening because you are completely appalled by the show i apologize sorry sorry rod uh but now we will love to see a back here again and if you wanna send me an email by all means do throughout the evening i would love to read your email love the keep in contact with you justin adjusted barkley dot com also a check out that group hackery unleash group on facebook those guys are always having a blast and i'm on twitter at mr justin barkley on the twitter's looking forward to it i think i'm headed to see star wars i think that's what i'm going if so i'll keep you posted i have a goal sing like a movie day this week i don't know if that's gonna work i got a set my goals set my sights high hose some people like in the new year they won't lose a lot of week me i wanna see a lot of moves what i'm bill.
"harani" Discussed on WNYC 820AM
"You spin with a hebrew letter on each side noon game middle hey gene they stand for ness give dole higher shum or a great miracle happened there of course in israel where the miracle actually took place the dribble is a little different it says this dole higher poll a great miracle happened here vote dan you following no no on invading known not of my job m i yoblokov leninada alone no no no no no no no no not leninada and let alone among low off leninada a man now la la land landed or not whether or not i let alone that was civic sung by honda harani lacked the word grateful in yiddish savan in hebrew means simply something that spins in israel the washing machines don't have a spin cycle they have a dribbles cycle planned radl is a little like playing poker but without the skill depending on which leather is facing up when the dribble stops turning you take from the pot or you add to it part of what pennies peanuts or better yet honecker guilt those chocolate.
"harani" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"He was avenging attacks on these lam estate group they say he chose that location because of its christmas posters new research has concluded that tasmanian tigers worrying bad genetic health long before they were hunted to extinction scientists said they would have been susceptible to diseases were they still alive at american soldier who defected to north korea nineteen sixty five has died in japan at the age of seventy seven shells robert jenkins was an army sergeant patrolling the demilitarized zone between north and south korea when he defected he said he had wanted to avoid continued military duty that's the latest bbc world news this is the forum from the bbc world service where we're talking about the story of the international committee of the red cross my guests are to hugo slim joining us from geneva where the icrc headquarters are professor andrew thompson of exeter university the human rights journalists and author caroline more had and joining us from the horn of africa icrc communications director for somalia lyle harani let's do not as some more recent conflicts which have dominated global politics like the uslead intervention into iraq and the recent conflicts in afghanistan and syria hugo slim iraq was a major intervention how different was this from previous conflicts well in many ways it was a major international conflict again say it walls major states engaging in armed conflict against another state so in some ways it was clara at the beginning in terms of international law it was will say interesting for us of course because we were having to be very challenging towards our biggest financial tune up which is the us government so we found ourselves locked in very direct conversations very often about the conduct of hostilities about the way they were managing detainees and all sorts of humanitarian issues in the pursuit of armed conflict and what was a violation and what should be prevented one of the things you mentioned the difficulty of of standing up gop could stand in the united states one of the points which she raise actually not so much in iraq put and in the intention afghanistan this this whole question of who was a combatant is so that seemed to be a moment when the geneva conventions than the icrc israel came into sharp focus yes and i mean well we of all very familiar now with.
"harani" Discussed on WJR 760
"A plea deal in which you will face between sixteen and thirty five years in prison a conviction a trial could have sent him to prison for life galloway had also been questioned in the unsolved disappears of danielle srs lucky affirmative hills she's been missing since early last december galloway had been a security guard at the building where she worked police questioned him and even searched his home but he was never charged in her disappearance dj our news a farmington hills teenager is scheduled there will be back in court today as an exam resumes four 16yearold mohammad altan tally charged with firstdegree murder and the death of his mother 35yearold not out harani police say that she was strangled and then thrown out of a window a man was fatally shot while walking into a funeral home on detroit's east side police are looking for the suspect who reportedly was an afford or a vehicle that drove away police are looking into whether this might have been connected to a previous shooting an eighty five year old woman has been killed after a car she was in was slammed by an suv on auburn road in rochester hills alcohol not involved then he in the african american community are skipping the opening of the mississippi civil rights museum because president trump while attend that'll be saturday the jackson mayor chuck oil a mumbo says he will not be there i will not be sharing the stage with president trump uh i join congressman thompson and congressman lewis uh in in you know asking individuals to to actually visit the museum and to celebrate this history wjr news time nine all three here's steve courtney sports all right richard.
"harani" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Really don't think it's appropriate that people who support him are trying to give him a pass based on what he's done in the senate because that shouldn't matter you know there are people who do good things who assault and harass others and there are people who don't do good things who assault and harass others and they should all be held the same standard we are in this collective awakening now abc opened the scale of sexual assault and sexual harassment in our culture and and uh uh uh for the first time really difficult it is and has been for women to come forward i wonder if you could just share how you have watched all of these unfold i think it's amazing and i know that for a lot of survivors out there it's really hard to hear the news every day but i've noticed in people in my life who may be hasn't been victims of sexual violence or harassment and i think that that's really important that people are starting to hear these stories the voice of abby hanel to twenty two year old survivor of sexual assault senator amy kluba shari's now on our bill let's turn now to kenya following a prolonged and violent presidential election will actually presidential elections kenya's incumbent president who can yatta was sworn in for a second term today empires aitor peralta was there watching the ceremony he joins us from our bureau in nairobi hitter so you've been describing been reporting on this to incredibly different scenes a peaceful inauguration and then tensions and violence elsewhere in the city just just bring us bring us up to speed here yeah i mean this morning at cuss harani stadium here in nairobi there were tens of thousands of people who came to watch president to who can you ought to be inaugurated i mean we got a sort of sense of just how massive this crowd was that police had to stop people from coming in by using teargas a home but then you know as the ceremony went on we started hearing word that stuff around the city i'll just a few miles from the stadium was not going well at all that police were battling with protesters there's been reports police have used to live fire on protesters until you had the.
"harani" Discussed on KQED Radio
"People who support him are trying to give him a pass based on what he's done in the senate because that shouldn't matter you know there are people who do good things who assault and harass others and there are people who don't do good things who assault and harass others and they should all be held the same standard we are in this collective awakening now as to the scope and the scale of sexual assault and sexual harassment in our culture and and acknowledgement of for the first time really of how difficult it is and has been for women to come forward i wonder if you could just share how you have watched all of this unfold i think it's amazing and i know that for a lot of survivors out there it's really hard to hear this in the news every day but i've noticed a big shift in people in my life who may be haven't been victims of sexual violence or harassment and i think that that's really important people are starting to hear these stories the voice of abby hanel to twenty two year old survivor of sexual assault senator amy kluba shari's melon our bill on let's turn out to kenya following a prolonged and violent presidential election will actually to presidential elections kenya's incumbent president who can yatta was sworn in for a second term today in eight or peralta was there watching the ceremony he joins us from our bureau in nairobi hater he david so you've been describing is you've been reporting on this to incredibly different scenes at a peaceful inauguration and then tensions and violence elsewhere in the city just just bring this spring us up to speed here yeah i mean this morning at cuss harani stadium here in nairobi there were tens of thousands of people who came to watch president to who can you out of the inaugarated i mean we got a sort of sense of just how massive this crowd which police had to stop people from coming in by using teargas but then you know as the ceremony went on we started hearing word that stuff around the city just a few miles from the stadium was not going well at all that police were battling with protesters there's been reports that police have used to live fire on protesters until you had the scene at the stadium full of.
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"He is the humility of hindsight with even the most hawkish people that you talk to buy it was was profound that that it it was almost it seem like there was a period of time and i think you talked about it in how this works seen culturally and historically that you know once you talk to the guys who were involved in it in the women who were involved in it you know what you find is that you know it was horrible on both sides there was mutual respect and and dead there is a shame to at all they had to be open osama sat yeah i mean no over the accumulation of the ten years of working on this found in china and understand what happened which was no small task for us and everyone that we worked with you know we went to the wall many times so know you see those 58000 names and you think about every single family represented by one of those named than what does that mean we only toll a few of those stories in the film and that was enough but then you go to the at nominee think about three million died and they had 300000 messing and you know it's exponentially more tragic for them that it is for us in this not like there's a contest but you begin to kind of accumulate the weight of loss and grief and how people live with that and manage it how societies live with at how countries over there have families individual in the chaos because this was really a territorial war this was not we got that country we held this lives of whom so most group says that in our fifth episode is at war is real estate business meeting you take territory right as you do not like to get wounded a second dime harani hill you've already taken and that is one of the aspects that makes the vietnam for the american strategies such a disaster in india or were got were flying back in the history give it the fact that they knew yolk pretty pre clearly that it was unwinnable in the mid 60s.
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"Sun britain's favorite newspaper family can of course live to america to maryland infection the usa to kathryn glenn forced the president and ceo of americans united for life capture this case i think is good the world what are your thoughts on it should charlie been allowed to go to america for treatment and truly house groups our world and thanks so much for having me yes i heard me say that he should have been allowed and that would backed up over the last week as dr harada okay doctor for your article was able to fight only example charlie where he stole medical records and determined that based on the guy from october one to go fact there was a very quick have significant improvement god charlie been treated dan and only only think of the latest scams from sunday that we've learned that at the meantime in by bicocca deteriorated appoint that the treatment would not be useful because this treatment and it can only occasion he would have taken a true now and um and it works on the muscle tissue so with muscle atrophy that um but he could quite over the last several my at this point a treatment in skopje not something that that would work anymore cancer god i just put this to you said that that the the professor harani had looked to charlie scans bounce it's been revealed here in court is caused some controversy than on july the searching he stated that he had not visited the hospital to examine charlie but in addition he had not read charlie's contemporaries medical records all viewed his brain imaging but still he said that this drug would actually help and but what we've since discovered is that the professor has a financial interest in in some of the components of the drug that he said should help charlie and he had doctors as saying that he has given false hope to the parents on something that he has a financial interested.
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"Rage after officer harani mohieddin as is found not guilty in the deadly shooting of a black man during a traffic stop is demonstrator indicating blando casteel death is a symptom of police racism struggle has feels mothers striking a similar tone solve very very very very very very very disappointed in assist them here in the state of minnesota because nowhere in a world do you die from being honest and tell and truth casteel reportedly told officer yang china's that he had a gun end of permit forum the cop claims he told casteel not to remove the weapon but he did anyway so we shot deliberations in the bill cosby sexual assault trial continue into the weekend comedian addressing supporters outside the courthouse in suburban philadelphia lease jesus oppose the dearer dennis has endorsed town the question did the seventy nine year old cosby drug and sexually assault former temple university employee andrea constand at a suburban philadelphia home back in two thousand four tyco mitchell a trial spectator doesn't believe it though i understand lafayette via law any of that any of these other women waited aliyev's jurors asking for several rereads of testimony and deposition statements also asking a number of questions including a clarification of reasonable doubt which they'll have to decide unanimously if they find cosby not guilty of three counts of aggravated indecent assault so far the jury has been deliberating for five days collision edc's seven us sailors are missing off the coast to japan after a merchant ship collided with the uss fitzgerald fox news.