20 Burst results for "Husham"

"husham" Discussed on Buddhist Boot Camp Podcast

Buddhist Boot Camp Podcast

09:43 min | 10 months ago

"husham" Discussed on Buddhist Boot Camp Podcast

"The following is a recording of a Sunday sermon from mytalk at Unity Church earlier today it is about God prayer grace and mercy so if any of those topics are hot button. Negative triggers for you to which you cannot relate than go ahead and skip this episode or if you prefer you can listen and simply substitute all references to the word God with Universe or higher power energy emptiness Mother Nature Father Time Spirit and so on. It's an invitation for us to remove ourselves from the center of the universe and put something much greater there. That isn't biased or judgmental. If he do choose to listen keep in mind. This is a Sunday sermon at a church. Not My typical message about mindfulness with a Buddhist lean-to which you've grown accustomed but it's also not at all removed from the Buddha's teachings. It is simply made relatable and applicable to people of Faith and joy. Imagine yourself climbing a mountain. It's not easy but imagine. Each one of the following thoughts is an extra ten pounds of weight on your back. This sucks. I hate this. Why me it shouldn't be this hard. I'm terrible at this. I'd rather be somewhere else. My legs hurt. My back hurts. I don't want to be here. This is terrible. You get the idea. Now imagine the same climb with the thought one more step one more step. Look at that tree. One more step one more step. The flowers are beautiful. One more step one more step the same mountain but two very different experiences. Many of you know I was born and raised in Israel but I was raised in a family. That wasn't very religious in a town. That wasn't very very young town. What was interesting is you could very easily tell as a child the difference between classmates from a religious family to the classmates who were not. And the way we're able to do that was the very religious ones would write the Hebrew letter. B and H at the top right corner of every piece of paper and it was forced the Hebrew letters but the B and h stands for Biz. Lot Husham meaning with God's help so imagine yourself filling out a job application and you write B. and H. at the top and that means that if you get the job it was God's doing if you didn't get the job it was also God's doing I think perhaps that could be a practice a ritual that is maybe missing from many of our lives a daily reminder of our faith for me personally when I first took the monastic vows. It was a big shift for me because I wasn't born into monkhood. It was something that I shifted into when you take the vows and you put on the roads every day that act of putting the robes on every day was my daily practice of be an H. of bizarre to sham it was a reminder for me to trust the flow that I've let go of trying to control the flow but to trust the flow. Many of you have heard the joke. If you WANNA make God Laugh. Make a plan. The practice of being age of Biz Lotte. Sham is now how I live my entire life. If we see everything that's happening in our lives as happening for us. That is God's way of helping us guiding US teaching us than we will accept it all with gratitude no matter how difficult it may be. It's the same as what I read earlier. As we're climbing up the mountain and there's a bolder and we're not gonNA curse the boulder we're to learn. I must need to learn to climb a boulder because there's probably a much bigger bolder later on and if I practice with these little boulders along the way then I will have the tools with which to climb the big one that is to say. Don't ignore the little God messages that come throughout life and brush them aside as unimportant or try to avoid them or try to take a shortcut deal with what's right in front of US head on because it is guiding US teaching us towards something much bigger and greater that is yet to come. My friend calls them and wings. Something happens in. Some people may brush it off as a coincidence. She Says No. That was a God wink and that happened to me when I decided to leave. The Corporate World Sell Everything. I own and move to Hawaii and embrace a whole new level of life of simplicity and ease and intention the law firm. You know they offered me will pay twice as much. You can wear casual clothes to work. You'll be the only paralegal who will work with one attorney. Instead of three they just kept trying to incentivize me to stay to lure me away from my intention and I said no thank you. I made up my mind. I'm going to Hawaii. I'm leaving the corporate world. I don't want to work under fluorescent lights. Effort gun just want to start over and a year later the whole economy thing happened and the law firm closed its commercial real estate department. Which is where I was working. My own boss lost his job so that now as God wink like hey you did the right thing. You follow your heart. You stay true to your intentions. You weren't lured by more money or convenience or comfort. You Know Your path you stayed on it and the reward isn't just a life that you're living now it's if every once in a while you do look back in your of your mirror you're GonNa see you've for lack of a better word. Dodged a bullet so to speak. This happened to me when I owned a condo and again the whole market thing happened and people were applying again. This is so many years ago. I don't remember. It was like a loan modification from the government to reduce your mortgage too. So people don't have to foreclose on their homes and all this stuff but I didn't WanNa be a home owner anymore. I'm moving into a monastery. I don't WanNa be a home owner. Of course my parents. My friends were all like dude. Just keep it and you'll have this passive income coming through in this will actually benefit. You won't make your life harder. It will be better. It'll be easier whenever you decide to come out. They thought it was phase. Whenever you decide to come out of the monastery and go back to your life you will have this investment. You'll have this real estate and I said No. I don't WanNa be a homeowner whether I'm living in the home or not. I want to be free of any weight. That's holding me back or any tether to my old life so I sold the home. I sold it for less than I bought it for. I got rid of it. And after four months in the monastery I received a letter saying that I the condo flooded which made the tenants who were living in it have to move into and the the new owner had to pay for them to stay in a hotel and it was just a mess and then all the cost of renovations and their renovated everything and two months after all that was renovated the apartment below. It had a fire and so the smoke damage to my condo. And you see where I'm going with this. It was just that very instance of. I'm so glad I didn't have to deal with this. While at the monastery completely removed from it and again my friend would call that a God wink. I am reluctant to say. It's God's will because I don't like it when we ascribe to God human like qualities like I don't think God has preferences and here's what I mean and this may be controversial but it wouldn't be me talking if it wasn't we need to be really careful when we say our prayers and what we wish for when you ask God for strength and then your five year old dies you were given a boulder to climb because that's how you will get your strength and I think everything that happens in. Our lives is four us. We're not being punished. We're being guided trusting. God means trusting in his timing. It's like Mother Teresa said I know God doesn't put more on my plate than I can handle but sometimes I sure wish God didn't trust me so much so I don't need to pray to God to give me strength because that implies that I don't have it at just want to say thank you God for giving me strength because saying that will help me tap into that unlimited supply of strength. I don't see prayer as an opportunity to ask God for things it's to say. Thank you for what we already have. And I think meditation is a really great time for us to reflect on everything in your life to be grateful for prayer is the opportunity to say thank you. It's not one or the other. It's not prayer or meditation. I think there's room for both. There's benefit to both this wonderful quote. I think really encapsulates the concept that when you fall the fall and the recovery from the fall are both the mercy of God if we can remember that not just now for the next few hours or a couple of weeks but daily have that reminder the boulders on my path the mountain itself. It's all a gift and the only appropriate response when we receive a gift is to say thank you and if we live a life of gratitude than we live a life that's rich instead of a life of lack of missing of non enough newness so in the simplest terms can either curse the dark or You can light a candle so next time you find yourself in the darkness ask yourself what can I do to bring light to this moment timber. Hawkeye's the best selling author of faithfully religion and Buddhist boot camp for additional information. Please visit Buddhist boot Camp Dot com for you can order autograph books to support the Prison Library. Project Watch tempers inspiring Ted talk and join our monthly meeting list. We hope you have enjoyed this episode and invite you to subscribe for more thought provoking discussions. Thank you for being a soldier of peace in the army of fluff..

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One Power

Buddhist Boot Camp Podcast

05:01 min | 1 year ago

One Power

"Always had an interesting relationship with the concept of a Church Synagogue Temple. What have you growing up? My Dad and I only attended a synagogue. Maybe once a year for young poor the holiest of Jewish holidays during which you fast and ask God for forgiveness for all your wrong-doings in the past year as a kid. I was confused. Why everyone at the temple was reciting the same prayer. I figured each would talk to. God confessed their sins and promised to do better. But everyone read the same thing from the same book in the same tone. And the next day you eat again and supposedly all is forgiven. It felt very impersonal. When I was thirteen my family and I moved from our small town in Israel where the synagogue was tiny to San Francisco where I was to have my Bar Mitzvah in the synagogue. Was this massive cathedral with Long Island. Massive Altar with pews for days by that age. I had already told my father. I don't buy into the whole organized religion concept so we made a deal that if I just do this bar Mitzvah thing for him then they'll never make me go to pull again on the day of my Bar Mitzvah. The double doors open to the temple and I saw all the men in the pews on the right side and all the women behind a dividing wall in the pews on the left side all the same prayer and I had this vision of a massive brain hanging below the tall ceilings with hundreds of tubes running from the big brain plugging into every person's head. It was a visual of the same concept. I had about three years prior. That religion lacked individuality or personal relationship with God since that was also the year we moved to the US. And I found out about all these other world religions all carrying a similar message but constantly fighting about which one is right or superior later in life I discovered unity. Church UNITARIAN universalism centers for spiritual living. And I'll never forget. Reverend Sky at unity of Hawaii explained what they believe. You know how churches have stained glass windows like massive tiffany lamps and while each religion stained glass window depict symbols relevant to their respective faith. Unity Church he explained celebrates the one light that shines behind those windows. Unity is about the light not windows or the structures onto which the light shines. And there's only one son the same light all over the world. It reminds me of the Gospel of Thomas. The Kingdom of God is inside you and all around you not in mansions of wood and stone split a piece of wood and God. Is there lift a stone and you will find God? This beautifully expresses what I had felt as a child while many people make their church the cornerstone of their faith instead of God. This almost implies the church itself is unnecessary to have a relationship with God who is apparently and everything and everyone. I understand that the church is a business and its business is to stay in business and many churches do amazing work in the world and even it serves no other purpose than space for community and congregation. It can be a beautiful thing but the same reason that draws many people to Church every Sunday the hymns music the singing is the reason. I'm not a big fan myself. Give me a sermon any day. Let me meditate on in silence is more my style but I get it heck. My best friend is in Church's choir and probably always will be so. I understand the appeal. Even if it's not for me having said that as you probably know. I am often invited to deliver the sermon at various churches. And sometimes I'm even asked what songs I want their choir to perform or sing. Some of these places go all out and have full on bands anyway. There's one song I once heard a friend saying at Reverend Skies Church in Hawaii that has always resonated with me and no. I'm not going to sing it. But here are the lyrics to it which might appeal to you as they do to me. There is one power invisible and yet you see it everywhere. And every day it's one power it's indescribable and yet you speak of it with every word you say. It's mysterious until you know the truth. It's as simple as the love inside of you. You can call it God call it. Spirit College Jesus call it lowered call it by Hula Angel's Wings or Heaven Store but whatever name you give it it's all one power. Can't you see whatever name you give it? It's the power of the love in you and me. We speak so many languages. We have different clothing. Different colors different names but different is only dangerous. If we forget that in our hearts we're all the same we will remember. Once we close our eyes to see that such distances were never meant to be so call it God call it spirit call. Jesus call it Lord call it Woulda Bajwa Husham or Heaven's door it's Muhammed. It's your mind it's

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"husham" Discussed on Rantin' and Ravin'

Rantin' and Ravin'

12:38 min | 1 year ago

"husham" Discussed on Rantin' and Ravin'

"We'll make sure you don't end up like that so you you did it for a whole fucking white audience for two seasons on comedy central. Don't get your fucking Farrakhan glasses out now they go first of all we keep fair conned glasses. GonNa call this man this. This is now titled the Dina Husham Experience Colon. Don't get your Farrakhan glasses out now even Charley back it up on. He was like I don't even <unk> with rage came from. He sees the fly but this is what you're right right his. Here's where I met. I'm trying to explain hood adjacent Louis. The the triggers were that it was a non black person right telling a joke about a black person that was murdered saying words like do we still care. Are we still mourning right and then going. If anything is a this is a commercial has reduced this person who a commercial for van Mo-. I'm just telling you the fact. I'm not putting my whatever I feel about so when I use when you talk about kids who don't connect or have understood they go oh not using my mind. The problem is about my head known it because they don't watch comedy central so take response and there was a point of I'm not wrong. I don't remember it verbatim. I did watch joke several times where she said it was. A tragedy yeah right and part of it is the act because even I I'm on the show on the show you the show once you put take to the point where I didn't notice was the topic from. I thought this was from this last season. I didn't know that so you'll give information. I'm on this show. Always have people don't do the we this is. This is the perfect opportunity we did. <hes> rose battle on comedy central we did <hes> you know. Jeff's Rose Bat yeah now. I have been on rose battling some form like this was. The dirt was thirty second thirty. This is the third year so they did. I did road to rose battle. I and it did yeah I moved on and I did when they did the pairing up anyway. Jefferson is really good friend of mine. I consider to be a brother and he hit me up. He was like Yom come battle all right come battle. You know you abe's battle you but blasted I will and one of the issues were was that they really wanted to incorporate. A diverse group of people into battle was important for Jeff to have diversity and you know a lot of black comics are not gonNA do roles battle because we know how it shakes down black people in white people. I'm sorry we just snap different. We do black people get right to the point. We're GONNA snap and there's rules. Don't talk autobody Mama. Don't talk to my sister. We don't we try to get a we. Don't hit some death. That's off limits. I expect but your physical appearance follow cues to your cuticle this yeah on Grad Brad. Your Momma is alive and wearing run over shoes. We'll talk about your Mama. Specifically shoes got to give they airtime what I've noticed with white comics specifically white male comics because this this roasting is sort of like a white male dominated white comic with and what what Habro's saying is more. That's a black thing we but the thing is this but this is this is also the underlying thing. I think James is trying to pull out his ass. Today is that when we snap on each other we do it with love and we do it off air but that's all roasting is about no no no. No no no but I'm saying is that but a lot of people like a lot of us like you know us and our friends socially like rose we take each other down but we will never do rose battle right because I don't WanNa tear my brothers down on my sisters down for the for other people and I think that's what it is. This goes back to I mean I hate to bring a bill cosby dirty laundry and I think that's like a weight that black people feel like you don't dirty laundry and you don't let them talk about. Even though you don't agree with it you don't let them benefit off of your experience. A larger issue that we deal yeah so anyway back to the point is making it had nothing to do with but you did make some valid points. which is why themselves? I still fuck what she was still like. They wanted diversity in the show so so we were too bad on my own personal experience they were trying to pay me with a couple of people I said now I said no because I was tired of the battle I did not wanNA battle another woman. I don't WanNa do that with another. I and I kept saying I don't really want to do with another black person. Either I just don't want to but I had battled so many white guys I was like I don't even know I'm GonNa keep I said and part of it was the reason why didn't WanNa do it is because I come with so much material for niggers that may or may not even be funny instead of saying like there's so much genera and remember audiences. Sometimes they laugh at the obvious shit. That's why you have so many corneas nichols who would like pop it in the comedy game because sometimes people just want some quick today we comics make this thing so cerebral not that it's not not but we make it so like when I put this joke here I'm going to falter with and then causes people just being audience like he said Pepsi Right you know and it just be some simple shit and I was like I don't WanNa 'cause they always GonNa Laugh with some shit about me being fat or like the thing that I hate the most about rose battle is like how many people tell me. I don't know my dad. I know who he is that I grew up in a ghetto. I did not that I don't I'm ignorant. I went to private school in college like people who you talking about a lifestyle that you just throwing going some black person's lifestyle that you think that's all black people I grew up in affluential black neighborhood like people we was at the bottom of its own poll in my neighborhood doctors and lawyers and Black Sheriff and shit people at money was on vacations. He wanted to make coaching home like the way we fuck you talking about the fuck you talking about but that doesn't mean I'm not gonNA keep getting jobs Bahama welfare so it becomes done after a while. You'RE GONNA get tired of this shit and then you know then you have white collar all black really smart but you don't be saying. She did not only that they don't fuck and talk to us. They don't have Compassi this is we can't do this liberals but his nose rose wasn't ally for now. What is now a Robo rose? Take on number and Charlie all looking at US different MOM's Charlie White. It'll be been ally GONNA die in white. He's yeah I got my dog. Y You get sponsorships. Oh my God I do. I do think that there is I started telling they got him from a breeder our cultural differences that happened in the world in prison to self in comedy. I think that James is attacking from his blackmail experience. We'll wait wait. I just want to content because the way I had to be out by five forty five four three and we're gonNA wrap this where everybody said any final stop wrapped I ne- Jomar neighbors who are mack who would each other yeah was like Yo Bitch we can do this. I said Jamal we can fucking dude this yeah and the reason why was excited about doing it with Jomar is because there's a level of pizzazz and performance that I give I always is call myself the Bianchi of comedy yeah I got outfits the staff swag. There's a show this happened. I'm not just going to tell jokes vibe and Jeremiah's same way. He's the same I said my intro. GotTa be crazy. 'cause I noticed go go crazy. We had become Rhode. No shirt on Wang's is weighing creek carey. I said this and then I came out and did my coachella beyond say that CIA fiance and we he battled each other hard we we said we hard we said Yep and it is what it is and we hug afterwards and that's what it was. Nobody said anything about our clip. It went for like a maybe a day or two and then Lo lo and behold now. I'm going to get messy yeah. This is my business. There were some comics that started running their miles in a private group that I wasn't a part of but Jomar was the part of it. I don't think they knew and one of the people with somebody that I broke bread with and was nice to when didn't know body fuck with them. They had a reputation of being a bit ch they they had a reputation of being nasty and rude and I'm debating whether I even say this person's name does I don't WanNa give them credit but at the same time I feel like putting a nigger on blast don't do it. It's not worth John. That's exactly how we got here can do it but what I'm saying is they took day took one thing all of our flash floods flash flooding saying okay I got it could swim set comic took one thing and let me tell you how smooth because she knows. I'm GonNa tell you Rosebud how smooth she did it. She started off very light. Oh I don't know y'all Monica. You know that's my growing everything you know. She was telling but look how he was talking to her but it but even in that you could tell she wasn't giving a fuck about him. She wanted to have something she could gas light me on you understand so when people didn't gravitate to that that posts like she wanted them to not even what three hours later Lina unique is scared. Oh nobody WANNA say because the whole agenda was to have people so then people started sharing. I you know how facebook gives you an alert people. Your friends would comment and stuff like that post. There were so many mini lert from this particular person they just commented on somebody and they were commenting on people's pote like regular people who had picked it up because within a day it had been shared by thousands of people with the Hashtag look at these niggers kooning look then dancing for Massa now if now I can't speak for Jomar okay other than I love him. I don't know where his I don't know where Jomar WanNa sit on this. I know I don't think Jomar coon but maybe Jomar wants to say. Fuck this Nigga so I don't speak on behalf of tomorrow knows we had we agreed to go out there and lay it down and we laid down. I'm proud of what he did. I'm proud of what I did. He made me laugh. Which is why we were like? Oh she got some angry. Yeah tighten up because I because we the first rule of roasting is don't laugh at the biggest joke right because you lose right so he says about my big pinkie toe and I was like s this shit out the gate was like hilarious and he hit me with some shit so I had to go get harder and the more heart I get the more was that he was funny to me and I had to hold my ground. People completely took that out of pocket Gosh She's Gone Niggers in front of these white. People never mind the fact that I had called <hes> I had called Mike Racine Nigga I had called J._p.. A nigger I had called <hes> Kirk like I have been calling people needed views. You don't know my accurate on my say so you don't know that I call white people naked. You don't know the comedy central they try to figure out how they put it on and not put it on. 'cause you know my presents was crazy for them because diggers book part of my punch lines it. You don't know me so you just going off. You have no idea that the person that you have labeled a coon is someone that has win. White women come. You know what I mean..

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No church again in Sri Lanka

All Things Considered

04:09 min | 1 year ago

No church again in Sri Lanka

"For the second weekend in a row. There will be no church services in Sri Lanka, this is because of fears of more attacks like the Easter suicide bombings that were blamed on his Llamas extremists more than two hundred and fifty people were killed as NPR's. Michael Sullivan reports from Colombo many Sri Lanka's are still wondering how such a thing could happen. Sri Lanka knows war and suicide bombings, its decades-long conflict between ethnic Thomas separatists, and the majority Sinhalese government left more than one hundred thousand did a war that ended ten years ago this month. Now, the peace has been shattered by the bombings linked to the Islamic state. So yucca now is caught up in this global wall political analyst, David Young Goethe Thome awful several decades, and they'll this brief interregnum and over the Bechtel living with Kroll after the war ended in. Two thousand nine says horrendous Vidana gave the bundle Nike center for international studies. Sri Lanka's, political leaders may have paid too much attention to the country's place in geopolitical rivalries in the Indian Ocean and too little on what was happening at home. You clearly see the return of foreign fighters coming from Syria towards the issue and decisions was a clear signal of polarization Lankan society to the right, and to certainly slimy groups becoming one more allies. So I think these things that we lost focus on and there were people who exploited that lack of focus. All. Like this, man. The fiery preacher around Husham? Police say was the leader of last month's bombings. One of two men killed in the suicide attack at the Shangri LA hotel in Colombo. In videos like this one he rails against nonbelievers. Religious leaders say repeatedly warned thirties about sovereign in his message of hate to no avail. But it wasn't the only one preaching hate religious hardliners and the Buddhist majority community. Here have conducted a campaign against the Muslim minority for years, including anti-muslim riots in two thousand fourteen and again last year, it was complete impunity for these attacks mob swept through was the Maria's in burn people out. Absolutely, no one has been prosecuted for any of this. Alan Keenan issue Lanka project director for the International Crisis Group in London. And so clearly that is changed the mood within the Muslim community. They feel under siege. They feel unprotected and the government has done very little to sway those fears or to respond to the threat. None of this Canaan says justifies the Easter attacks, and it may not have directly contributed to them. It's hard to think that it hasn't made it more likely that some small number of Muslims feeling so alienated and feeling angry might be more susceptible to extremely radical jihadi. Ideologies like I s. Two of the bombers brothers, the sons of a wealthy spice merchant lived here in the affluent neighborhood of demagoguing where a twenty four year old grad student, a Muslim neighbor from a few doors down is still trying to get her head around it. They had everything they had money. They had all developed they needed educated. So I asked my mum. Why do you think they did this? What was wrong with them? She's angry at them for taking life and for making her wary of leaving the house since the Easter attacks. She doesn't want her name used because she's afraid and she was shocked to see what some of schoolmates have been saying about was on social media since the attacks. No, I'm really scared to even step out of this Lynn with my national identity card, which has this address because you think you will be branded. Yes. Because I think I'd be branded used to be so proud, but not anymore the civil war here ended. She says. But now now she too. Sri Lanka is part of something much bigger. And that scares her even

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"husham" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

04:28 min | 1 year ago

"husham" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"NPR news. For the second weekend in a row. There will be no church services in Sri Lanka, this is because of fears of more attacks like the Easter suicide bombings that were blamed on his Llamas extremists more than two hundred fifty people were killed as NPR's. Michael Sullivan reports from Colombo many Sri Lankans are still wondering how such a thing could happen. Sri Lanka knows war and suicide bombings, its decades-long conflict between ethnic Thomas separatists, and the majority government left more than one hundred thousand did a war that ended ten years ago this month. Now, the peace has been shattered by the bombings linked to the Islamic state. So yucca now is caught up in this global wall political analyst, David Young Goethe we suffer Toma fall several decades, and they'll this brief tenure international and how the Bechtel living with after the war ended in two thousand nine says her Vidana gate of the Bundy Nike center for international studies shrew. Sri Lanka's, political leaders may have paid too much attention to the country's place and geopolitical rivalries in the Indian Ocean and too little on what was happening at home. You see the return? Foreign fighters coming from Syria towards the issue decisions. There was a clear signal of. Lankan society to the right and to certainly semi groups becoming one mode idolize. So I think these things that lost focus on and there were people who exploited that lack of focus. Like this man, the fiery preachers around Husham police say was the leader of last month's bombings, one of two men killed and the suicide attack the Shangri LA hotel in Colombo. In videos, like this one he rails against nonbelievers religious leaders. Here say they repeatedly warned about sovereign and his message of hate to no avail, but it wasn't the only one preaching hate religious hardliners and the Buddhist majority community. Here have conducted a campaign against the Muslim minority for years, including anti-muslim riots in two thousand fourteen and again last year, it was complete impunity from these attacks mob swept through areas in burn people out. Absolutely, no one has been prosecuted for any of this Allen Canaan Ishrat Lanka project director for the International Crisis Group in London. And so clearly that has changed the mood within the Muslim community. They feel under siege. They feel unprotected and the government has done very little to sway those fears or to respond to the threat. None of this Canaan says justifies the Easter attacks, and it may not have directly contributed to them. And it's hard to think that it hasn't made it more likely than some small number of Muslims feeling so alienated and feeling angry might be more susceptible to extremely radical jihadi. Ideologies like I s. Two of the bombers brothers, the sons of a wealthy spice merchant lived here in the affluent neighborhood of where a twenty four year old grad student, a Muslim neighbor from a few doors down is still trying to get our head around it. They had everything they had money. They had all votes they needed they've educated. So I asked my mom, why do you think they did? This luck is wrong with them. She's angry at them for taking life and for making her wary of leaving the house since the Easter attacks. She doesn't want her name used because she's afraid and she was shocked to see what some of schoolmates have been saying about was on social media since the attacks. No, I'm really scared to even step out of this Lynn with my national identity card, which has this address because you think you will be branded ES because I think I'd be Brandon used to be so proud, but not anymore the civil war here ended she says. But now now she too. Says she Lanka is part of something much bigger. And that scares her even more Michael Sullivan NPR news Colombo, it's time now for our documentary of the week from Tom powers and Rafael a house and co founders of the dunk NYC festival and the pure nonfiction film series and podcast. Here's rafaela with this week's pick..

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"husham" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

03:59 min | 2 years ago

"husham" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"I I think it said these guys really love their raisins. The era Vic the word for virgin has been miss trends. Lease the original word that was used into on was the word raisin seventy-two raisin music. Imagine the surprise of the terrorist who expected something completely different. Let's stop now. And try to imagine the surprise of the terrorists along with freed Zaccaria who's an award winning journalist on CNN. He has his own show has worldwide shows on CNN international and nationwide show in America. And they're literally peddling this is this is what passes for whatever it is at passes for unconfirmed reports blame czar Han Husham. Oh, no, not a Muslim guy in a Fiske's up. People could get a bad reputation over this. But I know because Don lemon explained that really the biggest terrorist in the world are white people. The real face of this lawn. Is not what we saw yesterday. Tried. It never is. That's bolt neck what's bolt neck doing. Now, he should really run for president again, shouldn't he? The Jerusalem Post reporting unconfirmed reports blames are hand Husham for Sri Lanka attack. Who is he he's an Islamic extremist imam? He's like, he's like, you know, the parish priests are, you know, a Bishop cut the neighborhood Bishop prolific lecturer for national Joff. We'd jump off. That's N T J that's the or NJIT depending on which interpretation you take the radical Islamic terrorists. That is being blamed for the massacre of innocence on Easter Sunday churches and hotel shortly after bombing attacks struck Sri Lanka on Easter Sunday right wing reports began disseminating a name of an Islamist extremists. Now. I love that. They they that lefties in journalism love to attack, and they always do this. And then they're right is just that days left are afraid to say it out loud and. And others say, hey, maybe this looks like radical, Islam attack and Catholic churches on Easter Sunday. And the news media says, well, let's not rush to judgment. It could be that white guy from Charlottesville met he got loose, and he went to Sri Lanka and multiplied and became a whole crowd of people who could make bombs and like that. I love their they throw in the right? So they were right again is that what you're saying. Correct. Again reports began to seven of name of an Islamic extremist who they said was responsible for the events that killed two hundred ninety people wounded more than five hundred others. No terrorist organization has yet to take responsibility for the attack. The unconfirmed reports identified these suicide bomber and mastermind behind the attack on the Sri Lanka hotel. As is lump extremist Moore movie czar, Han, Husham and imam is man of the book, you know, of not the bible, but the other one was a prolific lecturer for national Todd. We'd Jemma a radical Islamic terrorist organization CNN reported that Husham also wanted to attack the Indian high commission in Colombo earlier this month, but the attack was thwarted according to the. The CNN report the attack was planned for April fourth, by the way. There are also multiple reports that the intelligence services and Sri Lanka had been given a heads up that this radical Islamic gang of mass murderers was planning a Chris an Easter day attack on Catholic churches on Christian churches. And apparently they did nothing to increase security or lift a finger to stop the the attacks. According to the reports, and their initial reports on initial reports are very often wrong.

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"husham" Discussed on /Film Daily

/Film Daily

03:26 min | 2 years ago

"husham" Discussed on /Film Daily

"Watch a trailer with the title on it that we all look at each other every running with this title that usually when the title sticks to its when people are asking questions of year before release and book, they have the right and that's their job. And we also have the rain. It's our job to to protect the creative integrity of our choices. You don't wanna be trapped into Frazier choices and same way that you know, a writer wants to feel like they're they're getting accurate answers out Serrano, accurate answers. Yeah. A year out the cat. My last question is the marketing movie, I don't think there's been a blockbuster movie that I've ever seen the marketing for that. Never showed me any of the temple action scenes at all in it. How did this come about? Like who was this like pitch to you was on board from that in the beginning? Or did you guys pitch it like, you know, we need to look at first of all there's nobody better at marketing than Disney as it. Right. They're brilliant at it. This is unprecedented. Totally right. And we talked about early on. We're like guys there's very little that you can draw from from this movie. Like, this is going to be a huge challenge for you. And they're like, all right. We'll take that challenge. You know? And they're very free hip about how they how did approached it. But I think that they believe you probably have to ask them this question directly better answer, more thorough answer. But at the end of the day, they were okay with that. They felt like this movie was in the kind of place where they could they could limit them. Selves in that way. It's not that blow the blow up their release as to why. Or how those are the sort of like, that's the that's very. That's the bad science of movie district ever moved to movie Barclay, and it was everybody collectively. It's like when we wanna be straight as possible. That's what she preserved the intensity storytelling. And experienced for people's closer the wants everything yesterday. What's the title? As released that, you know that again, we provide like secure safe space for the screen by people committed eleven years of their heart and soul motion. Can't imagine somebody. You know, there's a lot of like beautiful stories about people in the way that they connect tomorrow on their health, depression or through someone's death in their life or help them connect as a family, or what their friends or those people do not want experience city, maybe teeter ruined because we have culture by station, you know, of spoiling information. I totally get it. Thank you so much or if you've never we ever going to get a cameo from you and out At the. the. Thank you guys. Thank you. There you have it. My interview would Joe and Anthony Russo from the vendor in game junket, you can read that in its entirety Lincoln show notes or on slash on the com-. You can find this podcast Husham Daily Post every weekday on all your popular podcast apps. Please head on over try translates. Give us a five star review. Tell your friends spread the word, and we'll see you tomorrow.

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"husham" Discussed on Black Agenda Radio

Black Agenda Radio

06:31 min | 2 years ago

"husham" Discussed on Black Agenda Radio

"Why? Own. Menefee out for them nation. Been cleared that expanded a wedding was moment lands. To defeat the system or raises them when we mention update was allowed on you. When we made sure that he was on. Sit down. And they said what did we with this immolation aid? See these any Washington Broza creation process. They cut it you with elimination is to make sure they wouldn't main in their own hands and wanting to vote off. After five years and full known system. Just continued by either means on what did was change faces. Of his face this speak. I'm sure you watch when the past two weeks. Of Christ's remove. Old men fuels to pound place. Another burial own men. If you'll is to was probably not. But again, come Jacob Zuma. His just to overpower is a relation agenda agenda for fundamental change. Absolutely no intention to deal with the fundamentals lesson. Onus people think on for this? Case when amendment one need is around. And those economic. And she and finance homeless continues to be in the hands of time, you minority. And of course, we can vote in we into. Into the fight his but the to fly for more people. That's one changed was not a change in power nations in society. But that's the case in the MAMBO. The land question, which is the landmark of whether the machine to me, gene is penpals with still impact in the land of ninety. Eighteen where basically in some of the population is basically paddling seduce in the township and Husham commi- is Maine's in filial frustration in schools in Philly hospitals in filial everything, but the very same relation us to believe on while which basically is is taking on the contrary. It belongs to a tiny minority. And then which means that. I'm just moving stocked voice. But in Clinton news by items. So why did we? We have into a union has been intensity vision alliance activist, and I think the old communist party used the booklet this on fifty five years of sacrifice was Koren's. Selfies the most. Gave the vast when she more brutal. It was. Forming these the military week. It was too on this gives coronation and imperialism. And when they did everything when it comes to negotiations and in fanned the to assent, but then comes the time in the history of animation where some meat on fun, and they find and in that process they had to doing in this forum of debate discussion raising each other's of revolution of in theory. Politics, really dangerous. Which is why made important, but we must have mission that they can be no movement for without emotion. Auditing classes where wanting to even chance to basically unpack the child engage is fundamental and. As something of the wedding. Plus in Africa. Happen to be. Belong to them. Strange claims on the NAS not union of mental weapons, which I'm privileged to be in. The journals is union had been ceus. And the call set aside audio periods and unite in quite understand that can move from one nation state to another nation's when the. Investment? There's no free lunch. When that movement is waiting to maximize profit, you know case this was done in the back of supine base that and again made on what is defined as commun- and those speaking to you that wage with one that we call it fleeting has been Kemba in food in them oppose them has his class. He's the billionaire. He has class. Make sure. That would. Mass no minimum wage, which basically led him off again women's must be paid Quinlan in our I don't know who closely. This over. So that's what you mean. An hour. The neighbor must must must pay. And all we have take spend every after five years promise, the Bente life doesn't get innov-. Faustin win all is the wet can.

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"husham" Discussed on MIX 104.1

MIX 104.1

01:50 min | 2 years ago

"husham" Discussed on MIX 104.1

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Top Saudi diplomat: Crown prince unaware of "rogue operation" that killed Khashoggi

Purity Products

05:49 min | 2 years ago

Top Saudi diplomat: Crown prince unaware of "rogue operation" that killed Khashoggi

"Of Virginia and contributor to the Washington Post. Mr. Khashoggi was last seen entering the Saudi consulate in Istanbul on October. Second word is believed that he was captured and murdered. The administration has been deciding on how to deal with this Saudi Arabia is one of our allies, and we have a lot of interest there. But everybody's pinning it on the crown prince there in Saudi Arabia to come up with some type of answer. So we started off by talking to hall Tuesay. She's the foreign affairs correspondent for politico for background on who Jamal Khashoggi is. And then we'll get into all the details that have surfaced since that interview he actually had been very nervous about going to the consulate. But you know, he wanted to document so that he could get remarried, and he went into the consulate didn't come out and people have ever since then the same. What happened? And in the beginning, the Saudi said US, he's fine. But the Turks anonymous sources and intelligence officials and the like basically said, but they had come to believe that he had been killed inside the consulate and possibly dismembered that there was a fifteen member Saudi team that had flown in basically within the same twenty four hours because this was like a pre schedule appointments for him. So they knew he was coming, and they came fifty member team came, and then they they laugh, and he never reappeared and miss all comes with the backdrop of increasing repression in Saudi Arabia, especially against anyone who speaks out against the changes or any initiative that the crown prince Mohammad bin Salman has been pursuing kind of strange because he's also been discounted than imposing some reforms that is very much being cheered by the west, and he has tried to, cultivate, a reputation as a progressive reformer in this deeply conservative Muslim country. But he's been coupling that with this, Jerry. Authoritarian harsh crackdown on dissent. And this was one of the reasons Jamal, I showed she had grown very disillusioned with the conference on was writing Collins attacking heaven, so the steam to have government now push the latest reports are a bit different about where things are going. We'll get to that. As you were saying how show in his early writings was very supportive almost a go-between between a lot of journalists. And then when the crown prince came a little more into power in obvious. He would be next in line. He changed his tone. So obviously, the the crown prince did not like any of that. And they're saying that for something hit or something like that to have been taken out against him. It would have had to been ordered by the crown prince himself. That's what leads to all of this international intrigue now, and what happened, and why was he ordered to be killed or captured or abducted or something one of the updates. Now is that they're saying that Saudi officials are preparing some type of report to acknowledge that has Shoji his death was the result of an interrogation that went wrong. They're still saying that things can change in. This report is not solid yet. But that's kind of what we're hearing. Now. Right. So this is the CNN reports, and what's really striking about it. If if this comes out to be the case if they do report that indeed Husham Z side while in Saudi custody of all let's not forget the Saudis. Originally said that she was fine and that he left so it shows the apparently they lied from the beginning. And if they say, well, we only meant to interrogate him. We didn't mean to kill him was an accident. That's not out of the realm of possibility. It's something that President Trump. I'm listening to indicate that it's a story that she would accept and it's not impossible because because the studies all that they do have a history of perhaps China coax people come back to the teen or rendition them or they don't really have a history of killing people dies because of harsh interrogation techniques. Let's just say that's something pretty serious. It's not like they were just trying to question. This takes it that step further. And where is the body one of these people that apparently went in had a bone saw? That's why they think that he was dismembered and the president has made Saudi Arabia one of our allies in that area. The reports are that Jared Kushner is very close friends with the crown prince also, and you know, they're trying to open up the area to business. And things like that. So I don't know if it would put hall to it, but it would really severely impact what's going on there. What's extraordinary, even I'm being told? Oh that like inside Saudi Arabia, people are a bit frustrated with this because they're saying the Saudis have stood with the United States to so many different things we cooperate with them on every level. Why should this one guy this one incident? It's got all that. And there's no indication that the administration is prepared to by any means and its relationship with. I mean, it's not even I don't think any administration would necessarily do that over over this. But you have to remember it doesn't just any other journalists. I mean, this guy is very prominent she knew people many many people in the US foreign policy community he wrote for a very powerful newspaper council. You know, frankly, like when it comes down to it often when you have a single face or steam, oh name that often captures the imagination of the public more than when you say a thousand people were killed today in this war, you know, so. I it's become a very emotional issue. I know members of congress, I'm very very upset about this on both sides. I mean, they're really mad about that. We're still waiting for any type of evidence. They're saying that Turkey might have a lot of evidence. But they're not sharing any of it just yet. And a lot of people are not the most reliable. Say you have to do everything they send a lot of people are making something out of hush. Oh, apple watch saying that he set it up to record. And it went back to the cloud into his iphone, which is fiance had, and there might be some type of recording of what that interrogation sounded like the other theory on that is that Turkey once that story out there because they don't want to admit that they have the Saudi consulate wired the hall, Tuesday,

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"husham" Discussed on It's Been a Minute with Sam Sanders

It's Been a Minute with Sam Sanders

04:23 min | 2 years ago

"husham" Discussed on It's Been a Minute with Sam Sanders

"To me playing this because there was some headlines this Thursday about riana and how she turned down a very big gig. She was asked to play the halftime show at the Super Bowl in twenty nineteen. And she said, no, because she wanted to stand in solidarity with Colin Kaepernick and other NFL players that have been taking a knee in protest at NFL games. And if people have been turning their noses up with the fact that she's not singing her company, fin t beauty is on track to be like the most successful. The biggest grosser. Wow. Their makeup line? Yeah. Her makeup line, which is good make. Yeah, it's interesting. I mean, there's a point at which you're big enough. Now to the Super Bowl. That's pretty amazing. I mean, that's definitely the thing I thought when I saw that. Oh, she's okay. She's instinct with their fans because I think a lot more like and who could ever do a better job with imprint saying. What is. Start this week. We're having all of us describe our week of news and only three words, Kelly, Europe, I, I hate to be dramatic. It's okay about this week of news actually the past couple of weeks of news, but my three words are, this is scary, and I'm talking about Jamal Hushovd g the Saudi journalist who is living in the United States and who is believed to have been murdered by Saudi officials in the Saudi consulate in stumble Turkey? Yeah. In the Middle East? Yup. And he was at the same time. I actually lived in Saudi Arabia for a couple of years. And at the time, Jamal kashogi was still based in Saudi Arabia. He was a journalist for long time, longtime journalists, and it was really interesting. I was actually going back yesterday and just looking to see if I had any interviews with him. And I found some interviews that I had done about very specific stories. You know, we didn't. We didn't have like broad reaching conversations, and it just was such a stark reminder that it was only one king ago in Saudi Arabia, but it was eight totally different time in Saudi Arabia. The now king of Dullah who was the king then was seen as a reformer. Now this within the Saudi context, you know, or at least speak exactly. I mean, we're talking about a degrees here but and Jamal Husham g at the time was one of the many Saudis who believed in that project. And so we had a lot of conversations and I, the funny thing that struck me was how frustrated I was by him because he was such an optimist really. He was so optimistic that reform was an inevitable. He was kind of one of these moral arc of history, bends toward Justice type people just like you can't with the way the population is exploding in the Middle East. The fact that young people see a world outside of them because the internet, you know, an and want better for themselves. You can't not reform. You can't not change. And I said, I, in this one interview I said, I said, well, what about after a dull? And he's like, it's it's inevitable. The next king will have to do better. I know. I mean, so Kelly, watching this story unfold American intelligence officials now seem to believe pretty forcefully that prince Mohammad bin Salman crown prince of Saudi Arabia. They believe that he was involved or at least really knew about this that he had information. There's decent reporting, I think, by the New York Times and the Washington Post that there's at least circumstantial evidence that he knew about it. Maybe perhaps even ordered the killing. Why would they want to kill him? He spoke out against against the court rulers in Saudi Arabia. It's interesting though. I mean he didn't, you know, we, we sort of paint him as this as this dissident, but he was still a dissident within the Saudi context? Yes. He had left Saudi Arabia because he felt like he speak more freely outside of the country, which is something I would guess was very difficult decision for him because to do that, you're leaving your family behind and family is so important there, but he's. Is he criticized the kingdom within sort of the Saudi context. He's like, I'm a Saudi, I am a Muslim. I still have very strong beliefs that this country can make it..

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"husham" Discussed on REAL 92.3

REAL 92.3

02:36 min | 2 years ago

"husham" Discussed on REAL 92.3

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"husham" Discussed on The School of Greatness with Lewis Howes

The School of Greatness with Lewis Howes

02:52 min | 2 years ago

"husham" Discussed on The School of Greatness with Lewis Howes

"Yes, they were just allowing me to keep trying it got and it wasn't like I didn't think it was going to count for the competition. I just want to get done. Right. And that's the mindset of skating, you know? And it wasn't for the glory. It was just like, I'm finally get this trick. I'm finally finally in the. Mode and probably can do it. And I never thought that they're gonna put it on TV. I never thought that they're going to. They're would let me win after the time had run out because that's his never helped. What when I learned seven twenties, which is a double spin. I learned it on a literally not a backyard ramp in Stockholm, Sweden in one thousand nine hundred five with three people watching me and no video. That's what I was used to. You know, in terms of learning new tricks, that's the scenario. So all of a sudden it was broadcast live on ESPN and it was like a sportscenter highlight. I wasn't ready for any of that, nor did I expect it could be a trick. I would start walking through airports at that time and and people would would stop me. Tony hawk nine hundred and I was like. How do you know what do you care. Yeah, it was like conic after that moment when you were still competing how you would have worked through the pressure of competition without like I've got a land bigotry in the bigger trick will always have that in my head. I've got a step it up or I've got to do my best. So do you feel that you're able to thrive under the pressure better with the pressure in the attention or better without ten? It all depends. I got to the point where when I was truly just income Titian mode, I would get to the point where I would practice so much that I would have a really difficult routine dialed in so it it just seemed like robotic to me, it was. It was almost boring. You've done it so much so much. Yeah. And then I would have this a handful of tricks in my back pocket that if I needed to step it up, I could do a harder trick here here here. But generally it was the same same line, same routine and it wasn't until after that when nine hundred ninety nine. When I always said it was going to be. I didn't always say, but that year I decided it was going to be my last year competition before the your started. So when I made nine hundred was like, oh, now just beginning always the out. Yeah, yeah, that was. It was like, okay, we a high note, right? And you know, I I did a couple of contests after that, but I knew at the end of the year like that was going to be it, but then into loud me to start doing exhibitions, and that's when I created the boom of Husham tour, which was skateboarding, motocross BMX and it was our sports is entertainment and in doing so. I found a new way of skating shows that I hadn't explored before, and that was really exciting. And honestly, those were my best years of skating, like I was skating way better in those shows than I was any competition..

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"husham" Discussed on Israel Story

Israel Story

02:48 min | 3 years ago

"husham" Discussed on Israel Story

"It's all seattle when they husham shelly general now go taikonauts fare i also share the fao said sushi confessions of visa said william threat bad to all clubs at that at all closer ideal has a pizza and so tell me about life here in this amazing school years it's all in hebron yet no no not all in hebrew but we have like we have like this subject where we do burrow can and then in our hebrew teacher wall comment for like other other studies like social studies in science are hebrew teacher comes in and health now in addition to to a lot of hebrew you guys also have a bunch of stuff your body's roy your classes have names of cities will cost of you guys it area you guys aren't very very well you imagine fair it be like well it's it's actually very we've seen pictures area nice place for like are welldirected jansher's indications hiking we also learned about a lena horne issues are harlem figure here as it is a harlem figure yeah tell me about class for each class they have a harlem figure in them during harlem harlem studies you'll learn about your harlem figure ebbed on harlem day which is next friday we will hear their like staff their classroom men away and go around the school looking at other people endure and look at other people's classes suits very ah is going to celebrate lena horne yet we learn from kastler sentiment but likely are harlem day were were raised three seller recently shown no way though the great migration cell where we're showing how thank when you enter basically you're coming up from your cut out from the south and now you're in the north few came to the north sea new job opportunities lie me pay one of the most common it's lee packing and then you also have like entertainment and then that's when lee and then yeah we're in that group chairman yeah i'm not suppliers from one but it has a very deterring one last question how much uber did you know walking into the school none none meaning did you learn anything here you know we would you have hebrew kinda by going through the mind does that change the way he goes today like are you back home.

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"husham" Discussed on AP News

AP News

01:45 min | 3 years ago

"husham" Discussed on AP News

"Britain is looking to detain the brother of the manchester arena bomber but as ap's charles do with does more reports he's already being held in libya investigators wanted to extradite from libya the brother of the manchester arena suicide bomber on their the charges stemming from the may hey 22 terror attack it with salman abedee who set off the bomb during an hour on a grand a concert leaving twenty two dead and hundreds wounded but investigators seem sure of his sibling husham abbasi's involvement both of us had travelled to libya in april if those salmon had returned to britain alone to carry out the attack summoned blew himself up in the terreblanche asked well hashem was arrested by members of libya militia soon after the attack chelsea's london a new exhibits of art will deemed degenerate on by the nazis is on display at a swiss art museum the burn consultancy i'm exhibit features over two hundred modern art pieces confiscated in a nazi crackdown in the late 1930s against on deemed in the passports of registered child sex offenders wall suit alpha such a piece met small reports while they're travel won't be restricted other countries do prohibit or place strict restrictions on convicted felon the state department says it will start revoking existing passports of register child sex offenders and require them to apply for new ones that carry a notice singh the bearer was convicted of a sex offence against the minor the government's sir the same notice will also appear in the passports the sex offenders who don't currently have one put apply for one in the future the step is being taken to comply with 2016 legislation that aims to curb child exploitation and child sex tourism critics say the move will limit the ability of those affected lawfully travel abroad but the state department which issues us passports celing which won't prevent.

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"husham" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:29 min | 3 years ago

"husham" Discussed on AP News

"The election twenty six t wasn't the only mission for russia mm hackers ap's surely smith reports were reportedly targets identified worldwide beyond november the hackers didn't just go after hillary clinton's presidential campaign associated press down they also tried to break into the private email at the sitting us secretary of state attempted to steal the private correspondent of the manager working on lockheedmartin stealth fighter program and sought to break into the accounts of thousands of others including a punk band and a russian opposition leader it's effectively a hitlist net experts say points to the kremlin one of those experts who reviewed the ap findings says it's the only explanation that makes sense shirley smith washington britain is looking to detain the brother of the manchester arena bomber but as ap's chose do with does more reports he's already being held in libya investigators wanted to extradite from libya the brother of the manchester arena suicide bomber on though the charges stemming from the may twenty two terror attack hit with salman abedee who set off the bomb during an area on a grand a concert leaving twenty two dead and hundreds wounded but investigators seem sure of his sibling husham abbasi's involvement both of us had travelled to libya in april the full salmon had returned to britain alone to carry out the attack summoned blew himself up in the terreblanche asked well hashem was arrested by mainland libyan militia soon after the attack shells that with asthma london ten headlines from the associated press in one minute ten in one the suspect in new york steadily truck attack plotted for two months according to a criminal complaint president trump says the suspect should get the death penalty colorado police say they've arrested the suspect in the deadly walmart shooting the house republican tax overhaul keeps retirement rules sources say trump settles on federal reserve board member jerome powell to succeed janet yellen asian nations are bracing for trump's visit with fear resignation and indignation a digital hitler's shows russian hackers had targets worldwide beyond the us elections the cia's release of documents taken during the raid that killed osama bin laden renews interest in iran link scientists to found a previously undiscovered hidden chamber in egypt's great pyramid and the astros win their first world series title after a five one win against the dodgers in game 7 for the.

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"husham" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410

KBNP AM 1410

01:50 min | 3 years ago

"husham" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410

"The manchester concert bomber's brother on murder charges investigators wants to extradite from libya the brother of the manchester arena suicide bomber lumber the charges stemming from the may twenty two terror attack it with salman abedee who set off the bomb during an hour on a grand a concert leaving twenty two dead and hundreds wounded but investigators seem sure of his sibling husham abbasi's involvement both brothers had travelled to libya in april if they'll salmon had returned to britain alone to carry out the attack summoned blew himself up in the terreblanche asked well hashem was arrested by members of a libyan militia soon after the attack chelsea's london fighting between turkish government forces and kurdish rebels in three mainly kurdish provinces in southeastern turkey is killed eight security force members as well as thirty one kurdish fighters violence flared in the region again in 2015 boos added analysis and hall dot com at least in colorado of arrested a suspect in a deadly walmart shoot asked murders and employees here or ran toward the exits after they heard gunshots inside the walmart in thornton a denver suburb the police witness accounts he does nonchalantly walked in to the front of the business the south door and does raise the firearm and began firing three people were shot and killed before the gunman took off in a car police had no suspect no known motive though they said the shooting appeared to be random hours later they arrested 47yearold scot ostrom after reviewing security fitting out i'm rita foley president trump has elected fed board member jerome powell as the next chairman of the central banks of cheating janet yellen according to a couple of senior administration officials were the official word expected in about.

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"husham" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

02:11 min | 4 years ago

"husham" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"At some of the panels that will put together for the various cable news network's i mean you know a a cnn brought every person from watergate out for the panel bedroom hundred easter you know it's like viewer were carl bernstein if you even brag could spell watergate you'll put on that panel as a as if to apply that this is as big as watergate well i mean i i think of pro in washington apprehend good compared to watergate and reformist watergate before the will live they're all going to be crowded out anytime there's a presidential gamble are you know obviously it the special count who is investigating obstruction of justice even if we think of of why couiza any obstruction will be found you've investigating now as colmey hampered back pretty big it prayer in the russia pro become the the pertinent wasn't a target of any part of the investigation before a colmey either pitcher hurry this trying to make happen a bit now becoming part of the invoke yeah so what do you think of the immediately happens i mean obviously everybody's already you know all the pundits her out weighing in but anything significant side i felt that one of the things i was not expecting was all of the questions about attorney general jeff sessions it almost felt like they were going after him harder than trump here at different points for through the seemed to be suggesting that maybe attorney general husham should've in her heated mortar prevent the current who awkward dancer book that trump and and colmey were doing you know for the most part i think everybody comes out of this home you spread for much of his criticism are around and and and even to some extent didn't vacant so what could i think everybody comes out of this just feeling a little bit more confident and they're talking point so the democrats are gonna come out of the thing but colmey just gave it a devastating testimony the project with the president was really interested in what was going on in the russian investigation was trying to impede it in some way in hard com yorker republicans are going to perry with a little bit more cooperative put it doesn't sound like trump really imputed the investigation.

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"husham" Discussed on World News This Week

World News This Week

01:43 min | 4 years ago

"husham" Discussed on World News This Week

"But manchester hasn't tough tough gin and will eventually bounce back the most emotional barred of the week for me when local bullet tony walsh addressed thousands outside of the old town hall a day after the outrage at quickly organized vigil his name men gesture would not be divided the sickening bombing would only unify the city's diverse community is home a heartfelt owed to the city and its resilient people always remember never forget forever manchester choose love manchester thank you some rivers abc news manchester england authorities quickly identify the terrorist as a 22yearold son of libyan emigrants abc's chief investigative correspondent brian ross has the killer had ties to isis we are learning more about some obey these rapid road to jihad a secret life beyond the frontpage pictures of a british schoolboy his decision to become part of isis came two years ago that's according to the reported confession of his younger brother husham who was arrested wednesday by police in libya supposedly about to carry out his own terror attack authorities say hodgson told them that he and his brother began watching isis online videos in two thousand fifteen closely studying a range of videos on how to build suicide bomb experts say the details seen in the pictures of the manchester bomb obtained by the new york times show greater sophistication including of design like the one used by isis in paris and brussels and more than one detonator five weeks before the attack the two brothers travelled to libya and isis stronghold and the family's ancestral home.

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"husham" Discussed on No Agenda

No Agenda

02:23 min | 4 years ago

"husham" Discussed on No Agenda

"Isis claimed responsibility for the attack carried out by a twenty two yearold suicide bomber a british citizen of libyan dissent he had travelled recently to libya and investigators believe syria as well when police raided the man's apartment they found no evidence there that the bomb was made in his apartment and that led to a dragnet and multiple arrests today mark fillets begins our coverage twodays of raised that at least six kelly is there this pelley if he's there why does some other deuce bag half to do the coverage hey all just sit there and reads a prompter yeah okay surgery two days of rave that at least six arrests later including the bomber's brother and police here have changed their minds that this attack was the work of one man manchester police chief he and i think it's very clear since vestige of self continues security sources of indicated they no longer think the suicide bombing suspect salman abu cd seen here in security camera footage late last week possibly buying a backpack in which to carry the bomb may the device himself he may have been just the mule to use the security parlance who carried it details of the bomb collected at the scene by british investigators revealed a sophisticated device with a detonator held in the bombers left hand and a powerful battery to make sure the device went off one triggered another indication abady was acting as part of a terror group come from the security chaos of libya where isis rather militant suffering and from which happy the return shortly before the bombing abu dis brother husham was detained in libya today by a selfproclaimed counterterror militia that operates there the group says his father ramadan was arrested as well at a building in central manchester police used an explosive device to break into an apartment fearing it was boobytrapped really loud bang smell inside as well as use of akmola's student to lives in the building.

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