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"ibn" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:36 min | 3 months ago

"ibn" Discussed on WTOP

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"ibn" Discussed on YEK YEK JE

YEK YEK JE

04:42 min | 9 months ago

"ibn" Discussed on YEK YEK JE

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"ibn" Discussed on YEK YEK JE

YEK YEK JE

01:38 min | 9 months ago

"ibn" Discussed on YEK YEK JE

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"ibn" Discussed on YEK YEK JE

YEK YEK JE

08:10 min | 9 months ago

"ibn" Discussed on YEK YEK JE

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"ibn" Discussed on YEK YEK JE

YEK YEK JE

07:52 min | 9 months ago

"ibn" Discussed on YEK YEK JE

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"ibn" Discussed on YEK YEK JE

YEK YEK JE

02:26 min | 9 months ago

"ibn" Discussed on YEK YEK JE

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"ibn" Discussed on YEK YEK JE

YEK YEK JE

07:27 min | 9 months ago

"ibn" Discussed on YEK YEK JE

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"ibn" Discussed on YEK YEK JE

YEK YEK JE

05:16 min | 9 months ago

"ibn" Discussed on YEK YEK JE

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"ibn" Discussed on The Bad Crypto Podcast

The Bad Crypto Podcast

05:38 min | 10 months ago

"ibn" Discussed on The Bad Crypto Podcast

"All of those solutions so when you're building an application irina you have to have a connection to the network and so what that means you have to be able to access node or an earn client which is basically your peer inside of the theory of network and so we do is we make that accessible by yachts. You don't have to run and servers you don't have to manage carrying connections. You don't have any blockchain's than odds or anything like that. It's literally just plug into a url. Your standard in libraries. And and you're your get and it just works and and so what so we offer even more connections than just the basic theorem connection which allows us to start solving problems like like like the high high gas transaction stuff like that so one your l. You're good to go. You can hit all these networks. It's super soup. There are still some People that are making nfc's that aren't using ipf s right and you guys are all in on that. So people put their nafta's up. They know that they're out there forever and they can't be lost. Yeah i mean so invested suber cool so we just launched our premium. Ipf s product. But we've been supporting ibn for as long as we supported. Therion let me let me pause you for a second. Because there's a lot of people that don't know what interplanetary file storage is maybe kind of break it down for us and explain what. Ipf is is an wyatt so import so ibm fast is distributed. File storage system and so all hell break that down. But that seems so basic or you have a series of participants in this distributed now and all of them agree on this this way of identifying data which is called the content ide- and that's a that's a standardized content. Id structure that the ipo Network depends on so all of these participants in the network are serving each other data and storing data and And making that data accessible in a bunch of different ways and the beauty.

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"ibn" Discussed on Ideas

Ideas

01:51 min | 11 months ago

"ibn" Discussed on Ideas

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"ibn" Discussed on Ideas

Ideas

07:13 min | 11 months ago

"ibn" Discussed on Ideas

"This is a cbc podcast. Welcome to ideas. I'm ally been was a north african muslim scholar in the thirteenth fourteenth century who became renowned for having written a book. A book called the move which set him apart from his contemporaries because it called for a scientific approach to the study of history. It's kind of a ritchie's historians and on all not without adult role Them cut him out is an introduction to the history of wealth. Everything and that everything this means. Even dune has often been seen as all things to all people even ronald reagan when he was president. Thought that was a precursor and somebody who announced advanced that there could be such a thing as supply-side economics. Perhaps the greatest achievement of the polymath was to have outlined in the mccaw dima a universal and general understanding of how societies change across time. It's a kind of shun the world history with a critique that would set of admittance how to think never saw this episode of ideas explores iban hunt dunes move cut demand and the lessons it has for us even now lessons about the philosophy of history economics biology sociology and political fear. We're calling this episode. Beware of bitter oranges. History is a discipline widely cultivated among nations and races. It is eagerly sought after the men in the street the ordinary people aspire to know it king and leaders vie for it both the learned and the ignorant are able to understand it for on the surface history is no more than information about political events dynasties and occurrences of the remote past elegantly presented and spiced with proverbs. It serves to entertain large crowded gatherings and brings to us in understanding of human affairs. It shows how changing conditions affected human affairs. How certain dynasties came to occupy ever wider space in the world and how they settled the earth until they heard the call and their time was up. Even hall dune dima we've been doing was a north african muslim scholar in thirteenth fourteenth century who became renown for having written a book was not a classic in his time but became classic from eighteenth century. All call the introduction or in arabic the macleod. Emma has been widely cited only by scholars but many people in the popular press and even ronald reagan. When he was president thought that even harder was a precursor and somebody who announced in advance that there could be such a thing as supply-side economics. So he is as one person described him a kind of amorphous. Polymath who knew a lot of things wrote a lot of things and has been cited in many many areas both inside and outside the academic world in and outside the muslim world. My name is bruce lawrence. And i'm a retired professor in religious studies specializing in the islamic world from duke university. And i'm currently also an adjunct. Professor had appropriately ebeth on university in istanbul turkey. Ronald reagan wasn't the only one who made a connection between eben holden and thinkers who came along centuries later the reason why there's the similarities exist between every call dune. Adam smith has modest durkan's time all these people is they're all approaching the study of human society using philosophical ideas and methodologies. That's the reason. So it's very fair to say that it been called dune developed some important economic series because in fact called wanted to develop history for him history really met what we now consider social sciences as well as what does now considered history he felt. It was essential to generalize that as a say to compare things and draw generalizations because he says quoting aristotle that if you simply narrate events or talk about individual events that is not knowledge. It's not knowledge unless you show how it's related to other aspects of reality so it's perfectly reasonable to say that had been called noon was the first person to develop an economic syria. Kind of proto keynesian economic theory or proto a adam smith's economic theory. Because he was that's true and the reason he was is because he approached the study of human society and including economic system from using the ideas of philosophy and adam smith came from the same kind of background has trained biologic glasco over five years. When i was at edinburgh i i went to university. 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"ibn" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera

Podcast RadioViajera

03:37 min | 1 year ago

"ibn" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera

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Build Your Analytics With a Collaborative and Expressive SQL IDE

Data Engineering Podcast

02:16 min | 1 year ago

Build Your Analytics With a Collaborative and Expressive SQL IDE

"So justin can you start introducing yourself shirtdress. So i'm just in the during the year for the next special interest ibn up interest for six years now most of the time working in data building internal that does for the rest of interest in place and we have several like this one of them is the world took today. And charlie about yourself. Hi i'm charlie. I have being at interest for four years now and after i graduated from university of waterloo. I have stayed on the analysts off on team for the past. Four years and mostly focused on building. Internal was pinchas employees. And going back to you just do remember. Hey i got involved. In data management. I moved to the team shortly after joining interest. I did some cure a their most that we're allowed onto the team in the that team. There was several areas that we support our end customers with short sample in. Ab management life cycle management Experiments or charting on their sporting tools and then one of these resorts was data management. This was the first that i worked on that as a further was with us. So maybe i can talk more about it. Took about upgrade will. Start those mostly. It's li- guy. He was one of the charter support. Team and charlie. How did you first get involved in data management so. After i joined the team. I was walking most beyond the experimentation than the fash boarding teachers for our internal tools. And then just a mention about this option the to build like this quarrying to which is now like korea book and then that's how i got started and so in terms of the actual project itself. Can you give a bit of an overview about what it is the built with query book and some of the story behind what motivated you to create this tool internally versus picking something up off the shelf so we started gorbachev around seventeen boarding. Time is started assaulting term project so we have an external vendor solution however it had some things that we would like to have done differently or that we wanted to or that we wanted to connect with interest because it's

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"ibn" Discussed on I Wasn't Taught That...

I Wasn't Taught That...

05:29 min | 1 year ago

"ibn" Discussed on I Wasn't Taught That...

"For this segment. I'm looking at Toxicity it's quite interesting. That most people find it so hard to admit that the i ain't toxic relationships with this be with friends at work or even parents. I think it's all the same. Unfortunately in most instances it's never outside that you can pick it and in some situations it can slowly creep up a new end even before you realize it's something that totally consumes you that if you point lead lead consider that may or may not apply to you. I mean i'm gonna professional sue. All i'm sharing is from experience or understanding that have gained over time my first point as it could be. What feels familiar if the connection between ibn love is meant allen knife. Someone who's been abused miniaturized that the other healthier ways of going about that ship. Let me see if i can simplify this point. Probably from sainthood so as a child One gets expedience abuse plus some prediction hand there and then the like blah as they grow up the gets just shit laugh with abuse and then they learn to shut down their feelings and then limb themselves and things about when bad things happen so this child gets tweet analyze that love. actually hats. Oris is had this child then grows up meets a partner who's emotionally or physically abusive than by this point. The doubt has lantau to shut down their feelings in wants and needs and then they keep leaving themselves for their partners. Devious and fortunately in other instances the partner made enforced this attachment bolton meeting between their kind acts and the acts of abuse. Which for this adults are excuse for that but not ease. That's how they loved him and it gets a point where it's now the victim who starts making excuses for their partner so in this adult later find themselves or hustled ina in an intimate relationship. They perceive the familiar feelings of shame and anger as love and care from this listenership. So that's how twisted he's gonna be my other consideration is it may be an attempt for them to heal logic behind his dad's by becoming an abuser a former victim contrite when do the abuse by taking the opposite position hoping that they can get it right this time my tied consideration would be corrupt. Someone could be feeling inadequate. People were abused as children may believe that they're not good enough or they don't deserve a genuine caring relationship so whenever they find themselves e aspects where someone needs. Someone actually cares for them. They'll go above and beyond to make distinctly. My foot went to ease. You could be trying to reverse the roles of power and control. this is by becoming an abuser. Someone who has been abused and played all of the more powerful puzzling. The leadership in an attempt to overcome that feeling of being powerless or powerlessness that powerlessness. They felt when they are being abused and finish this is not effective and they may repeatedly dominate others in an attempt to get over their weakness in an attempt to get over the weakness that the good str- experience as a victim. My next point is a strong faith. This is constant anger. You may not realize this but the reality is one tends to carry a lot of egg about what happens to them and abuse can be a way for them to express this anger so even if they even if they have pushed this anger out of their conscious awareness. It can come out in subtle or sometimes in in not-so-subtle ways within an intimate relationship or in their parenting stan. Another point of consideration could be for this passage could be an attempt to get the upper hand probably with logic that they would have a hat as before their huts people have been abused maybe relationships as output put as hunting ground where you'll be predator rather than the pre and one thing that adds to our smallest ease the occasions when the life feels way safer than the reality. Who's the painful experience. Sometimes validation from people who we don't care or sometimes it could be just event family or just sometimes own ego biz on that you may start idealising other people to the point where you make excuses and be out of your busy button as putting shot l..

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"ibn" Discussed on Telecom Reseller

Telecom Reseller

03:17 min | 1 year ago

"ibn" Discussed on Telecom Reseller

"So you, introduce this twenty sixteen. Ended companies start to adopted. Yeah. We quickly the in production and what we're seeing is that since then it's advocating It's been it's been asked erasing at a very fast rate, and it's really exciting to see I think that's when we launched initially were still this kind of resistance in the sense, you know especially network engineers. Who you know because of the last thirty years how they've done things right? If they you know through their CIS, etc were they're very close to the Cli, Cli is the command line interface, which is essentially how you manually configure a typical fiscal switch right, and so you know it's like you need it. We need to move them from a place of you know thinking about specific configuration commands who replaced? Carrying about outcomes right so it's not about you know what what specific configurations you put your network. It's more about you know. What outcomes do you expect your effort to deliver on your building and Network for a business reason? What are these business outcomes that you you needs to care about but over time I think because networks are so critical reading the. The continue becoming so critical and and because of the fact that you know at the end of the day. That's works. Engineers are being asked to do a lot more with less recipes. Nets seems not growing. Yes, the importance and the scalable networks are growing. They started embracing automation to help them especially those tools that them deliver better predictable outcomes. And so and so I'd say, and now she's be Cisco and what they've done in pushing the whole intent, based networking approach and every. The other vendor out there leaving with software and automation right, this is a no longer the exception is now the norm, but and so we've seen Volusia, and over the last year been exciting to watch. No. Let's dive a little bit deeper into some of the things you've been discussing. A lot of our readers deal with maintenance. You've been talking about how they stricly have done it now how they can do with IBM one. You need to know about abstract mate with Cisco. Well with. first of all think of it as a turnkey solution rights so you you deploy the software and essentially with Astro, if you are in the process of building and you pods right in your networking father in networking infrastructure, essentially with Astra, you're able to get the whole network designs built deployed, and you start operating. Get within half a day right so it's it's simple. It's really about the simplicity of operating your network and so a lot of times in the. Software bet the best type of software hides complexity right? What's makes in that poll?.

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"ibn" Discussed on Telecom Reseller

Telecom Reseller

03:15 min | 1 year ago

"ibn" Discussed on Telecom Reseller

"It keynotes in based networking. Is that you can closing loop read? So, what does that mean closing the loop? If you, think automation you know typically You're You're automating writing configurations to thousands of devices through scripts right and to like you press about them, and then you know these Chris Ron, and then essentially configurations are pushed on tons of devices, but then that's it. You know you're hoping. Hoping that everything works out as expected closing the boots. The Duluth is this notion that is. We're also collecting telemetry in time continuously gathering a whole repository, if database of the state in your network and we are performing tests against all of the state, insead time continuously to ensure that your network is as the moments delivering on your intense and so this notion of closing the loop. Is a combined with pushing configurations right so pushing corporations, but then verifying that indeed network is. It's critical to incent business working all. That's possible. The same tools not as enough thoughts. Now you did this and came up with this idea and twenty sixteen. What what existed before witnesses replace or take the place? Yeah so before in ten days networking what you have is what you call basic donation right, which is essentially. What was talking about right this this you know you. You know that you WANNA. Push configuration to switch right, and then you say well, you know the difference between the completion of this which and this other switches. Maybe some of the variables Ip address the. The. The the the the specific V., land etcetera, and so you're right up. Scripts writes You know that will help you. Stay time right, and so instead of pushing competitions manually by typing I think people were you're essentially writing Chris could be an answerable or or curling, no or some other tools in that's helped. You essentially pushed competitions faster to too many many devices. The problem there is because you're not. closing the loop, right? You're not verifying that as of the same tool that indeed you know your network. If delivering on what you want, many times, we have tuitions, and that well documents that where you know by making one mistake, right? You're not pushing the wrong configuration up to thousands of device devices. are very familiar with the feeling. It's almost like if you know. PTSD. You. Know you're on a on a you know you have your pinky on the answer, but then you're just praying. But before you press that indeed, you're going to get the results you want, and if you don't you're you're you're really? Out of commission, you're you don't west of starts is all you know if you cancer network anymore, and that's engineer has gone through that nightmare, nightmarish scenario, and so this is the type of tools that existed before in networking..

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Two New Movies Exploring Mother-Daughter-Granddaughter Relationships Reviewed

All Things Considered

04:03 min | 2 years ago

Two New Movies Exploring Mother-Daughter-Granddaughter Relationships Reviewed

"New movies, a French drama, tea and an Australian thriller Center on fraud. Mother daughter granddaughter relationships in the French film the truth, The characters can't agree on where the truth lies. Our critic Bob Mondello says that puts the film way ahead of Thehunt horror movie characters in relic. Kay and her college age daughter are on a rescue mission in relic to grandmother's house. They go after a call alerts them that no one's seen her in a few days. Mom K, played by Emily Mortimer is concerned that grand might be slipping mentally, the House suggests as much post it note reminders everywhere. Serious clutter mold on walls, a bowl of rotting fruit. A police search turns up nothing. And then, With what? Never posted night. Take them to my house. I could decorate it. However, I want mothers and daughters struggling to help one another. As memories fade and then inescapable. Fate looms ever larger. In the drama T the truth. The tensions are far lighter, if no less heartfelt when a screenwriter played by Juliette Binoche arrives with family to visit her mother Ibn, one of France's most celebrated movie stars. Cancel it. Yes, even though there is a prison just behind Fabian, The celebrated movie star who lives in this castle is played by Katherine Dinner, arguably France's most celebrated movie star. And the film delights in playing with that, casting the nerves reputation as an imperious, slightly distant film icon recycled for the part of Ben OSHA's Imperia, slightly distant mother, who has written a memoir titled La Very Tae. The Truth. You know, Sh, armed with copious notes, bristles that much of what Fabian has written. Never happened. Not wanted me, Aviva. Thanks. You're using post its marvels Fabian before protesting. I'm an actress. I won't tell the naked truth As it happened. She rarely even tells the fully clothed truth, But that's where they're fun lies. Director Hirokazu Kore Hiedeh, working for the first time in a language other than his native Japanese plays with all manner of truths in love every day from Fabian explaining to the grand daughter who needs her to be a witch. Yes, she does have magical powers. I heat logic to this ground Damn of French cinema getting stage fright on a sci fi film set. Then conjuring and acted truth. That's kind of breathtaking. You're invited to conflate the character of Fabian with dinner of herself, and it's clear that the star whose middle name is Fabian, Let's note is having fun blurring those lines. Korea has even provided a plot point that centers on the signature dress black with white collar and cuffs. The din of war in Belle de jour 53 years ago, all in the service of a story in the truth about family and filmmaking, mothers and daughters memory and the comforting fictions. We think we remember I'm

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"ibn" Discussed on The Friday Circle Podcast

The Friday Circle Podcast

04:52 min | 2 years ago

"ibn" Discussed on The Friday Circle Podcast

"Really punish for. Yeah he left the Yadav further opponent and associates that something this punishment. I have to wait for a lot to give the punishment so it of course I caught up just just on that point because it won't happen today. We were talking about the how intense is battling the preparations a heat. The journey the terrorist. The fact that they were you know sacrificing all their their their livelihood. Who'd at that time walking on camels over thousand miles and this was Jihad? And now you go. Hello some running around the plastic vests on stopping people on the street and then hoping to get shot because they were the pass. The police are GONNA the shootings. DIY shower basically. You're hoping someone's GonNa shoot you and you get it easily. Look what. They're doing look what they're doing. This jihad is this this stuff where you basically who they're fighting guys. Come home from to lunch. Break stopping them and then putting a plastic for the police to contrast that with what we know from our religion at the owner notable status of geog and our religion. And this what it is and you know who spent their lives in battle against under is the shade of the Sword Fighting Fighting Shadow. Many other and get it. Holiday really. Didn't get these two but that's not muddy so this is so important when you see this kind of mountains going on but also important that we don't never ever abandon the fact that you it's part of our team and we distinguish it from this nonsense which is not yet we are. We are proud of. We defend the principle of Dr. That's part Gordon and there's nothing to apologize about this. It's not so I got up and many of the Buffalo. He's his tribe followed me and they said to me by Alaa we never witnessed any sin before this surely you fail to offer an excuse to allows messenger as the others who did not join him. Why did you give them an excuse like others? The prayers are necessary to forgive you would have been sufficient because he forgave all the others so he would have forgiven. You no doubt if you've made up an excuse now it'd be enough for you. Biologic continued blaming me so much that I began to think I should return to the process. Slow love I told. A lie. Aren't GonNa then almost committed by the peer pressure. That's go back but then I said to them anybody else who has met the same fate as means anyone else who stayed behind and they hit yes to two men who had the same thing said to them. Who are they and he said they are more auto been Arabian embassy? And Hal. Even the Mayor Eloise Kathy and by I mentioned to men of the men who had attended butter the bedroom either like elite. See an example for me and the much older than these guys he goes. When I heard that I changed my mind and I said I'm not gonNA say I'm going to stick to it so he's thinking I can angle back and I can make an excuse in the forgive me but then I'm going to be with the eighty monastics? I'll be classified them or does these two but the reunion attended butter. Who after forgiven a copy with them and they said you know? I'm going to stay with these. And this is important of the quality quality of people over the quantity so he wanted to do these men and another really important lesson is that in times of fit and confusion always important to look at what peep the pious people are doing what decisions they're making because all of the people the bulk the majority may be doing something that's incorrect. Will you look at. What are the people have experienced people who've sacrifice for the what? What did their stunts? Because either guys who will not pay tiger these guys have been there done that what a Dayton you done and taking their example so With stop there will continue into next week going to the rest of Abdelmalek. Thank you for listening to this episode. Was the Friday circle. PODCAST if you you want to enjoy more this Friday circle dot co Dot U._k.. Was Ceremony to lie about..

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US-Iran Tensions: How did things get to this point?

The Lawfare Podcast

13:27 min | 2 years ago

US-Iran Tensions: How did things get to this point?

"In the Middle East start a high point over the weekend large. Saudi oil facilities were attacked the many who `this jumped Jin to claim responsibility secretaryastate. Mike pompeo blamed Iran president trump tweets that the US is locked and loaded and ready for potential response what has actually happened in the Arabian Peninsula. What does the future hold for conflict between the Saudis and the Iranians and what role will the United States have Benjamin witness sat down with Gregory Johnson researcher on Yemen and Middle East conflict. Suzanne Maloney Brookings Senior fellow WHO's research centers on wrong Samantha Gross Othello in the Cross Brookings Initiative on energy and climate and Scott are Anderson a fellow at the Brookings Institution and senior editor at l'affaire to break. Take it all down the disgust what we know about what happened over the weekend the explain the geopolitical context for the attack offered their thoughts on potential American responses onces and discussed the legal authorities that could justify American military action. It's the law fair podcast episode four fifty three the attack in Saudi Saudi Arabia. GonNa start at give us an overview of what happened here. We know there was an attack. It involved oil production in Saudi Arabia Arabia. What do we know about what happened. There was an attack on a huge crude oil processing facility called ABC cake in Saudi Arabia. An energy security folks have been worried about this facility for a long time. In fact there was another attack on it back in two thousand six that wasn't nearly as successful as this one. This facility what it does is is it removes hydrogen sulfide from the crude oil and makes it safer to ship buy tanker ships. This facility is really the heart of Saudi oil production the Saudis sly about ten percent of global supply and this attacking this one facility took six percent of that supply off the market so this was a very significant attack on a really important facility. What do we know about the nature of the attack. Ibn Obviously it's it's a matter of some dispute. Who's responsible for it. But what do we know about what the nature of the attack was tricky question. We know the attack came from the air. There's definitely some dispute on where that attack attack came from and I'll leave that to in tomorrow. Intelligence minded people to talk about but what we know is it took out about a third of this facility about a third of the processing processing facility. I'm there's some redundant capacity there so they'll likely be able to get it back online but it was a significant very well targeted attack on S. facility all right so Suzanne the US claims Iran is responsible for the attack. The WHO seized claim they are responsible for the attack and the Iranian say. We are not responsible for the attack. What do we know about reasonably how to assess responsibility here and to what extent should we be confident that the Iranians were involved or responsible all for it. I think it's too early to be confident about much with respect to the origins of this attack. There's a lot of information that circulating over social media including looting photos that suggests there may have been cruise missiles involved as well as drones and there are statements emanating from the US government to a couple of media outlets. Let's that also reinforce that that this was a multipronged attack involving both cruise missiles and drones and at least what we're hearing from the US government to date is that it appears to have originated in Iran rather than some of the original supposition that it was either who is operating from Yemeni territory or from Saudi territory now. These are very traceable forms of technology both drones and cruise missiles. If in fact it originated in Iran Ron there should be considerable ample proof and we should be able to draw upon not just American intelligence but General Marine intelligence agents as well as information from many of our partner countries in the region okay and Suzanne there was a there was a theory for awhile that this may have been launched from Iraq. Is that still part of the conversation at all. I think there was some speculation early on in part because there was evidence in during during the attacks in the summer that the Shia militias in Iraq were involved. Secretary Pompeo has made some remarks that seemed to rule that out but I think there are real reasons thanks for entertaining some of the various theories on who and how this might have been undertaken including gregory the possibility that it was undertaken by who fused but not who he's in Yemen is that part of the range of Pasta. That's another theory that's come out that there were potentially who the affiliates are agents agents that may have been closer to the facility themselves inside of Saudi Arabia that we're able to to launch the attack. Secretary State Pompeo Susanne mentioned came out very forcefully. Usefully I think on Saturday and mentioned on twitter that these attacks did not come from from Yemen. It's unclear what evidence the. US is using base that whether it's just that the attacks run the north northwest with westside or if there's hopefully there's other evidence for senior officials to be making that sort of statement so in other words at this point. The range of possibility is quite large is is that fair. I think that's fair to say who claim credit the US says it didn't come from Yemen and it didn't come from Iraq which then of course leaves Iran Gregory sorry you know the more you learn about the sort of scale and operational sophistication of the attack whether involved cruise missiles or drones. It doesn't seem very gary who feel like what are we know about who capability before this weekend at when they claimed credit for their responsibility credit for this attack what would you have assumed them to be capable love in terms of damaging. Saudi a major Saudi oil facility here. That's a good question so the who these you know we tend to think of them as this militia group barefoot tribesmen up in the north and certainly there that they've also they're also militia that's been grafted onto a national army and so they do have a missile brigade that they took over from the Yemeni government who theses control in two thousand fourteen in fact the old old missile brigade commanders now the Minister of defense for the WHO tease. It's also something that over the past couple of years most likely with assistance from Iran that WHO capabilities abilities both drone technology and with missiles has grown so a couple of years ago they were able to fire a missile that made it all the way to Riyadh which is more than five five hundred miles north of the border and so this is something that the old hootie missiles at least the missiles that the head taken over from the Yemeni military. We're only going about three hundred miles or so so this is a significant uptick whether these would have been able to carry out this attack or not if they did and if they're telling the truth truth and the Hutus are not exactly honest brokers all the time when it comes to claiming credit for attacks this would be a significant step forward for them so Samantha. I was thinking this morning in any prior administration to this one. If it were say a George Bush senior or Bill Clinton or you know any recent president and you said there were a major attack attack on on Saudi oil production that is something the United States would traditionally use military force in response wants to or at least regard itself as within its security umbrella at an urgent matter of Nash its own National Defense to protect tactic ends and yet today the response to this is is that the president is still talking about meeting with the President Ruhani in New York and so I'm I'm just interested for your thoughts on the sort of disparity between US reaction to this so far and what one would expect us reaction under more normal circumstances to look like in response wants to an attack of this magnitude on this kind of a facility well. This is certainly an important attack to global oil markets but not only do. We have an unusual president right now. A lot has changed since the administrations of the president's. You're talking about most importantly the US has become the world's largest crude-oil producer something that wasn't true prior to this presidency and so that really changes the calculus. It's also true that this president has really pushed an agenda of energy independence and energy energy dominance and pointed out the fact that he doesn't think we need the Middle East anymore and that he doesn't necessarily want to spend money and resources defending this area and so I think some of that muted reaction is part of that the one thing that I've been talking about a lot today with various people is this this is so much a somewhat of a repudiation of the idea that the Middle East doesn't matter anymore than the US's energy dominant because you've seen markets react strongly to what happened. Six percent scent of production is off the market and we'll see how long it stays off but this is really important to world oil markets in somewhat repudiation of the idea that we're so so energy dominant. We don't need the Middle East anymore so but that's interesting I mean. Do you think the the principal difference is that Saudi matters less than it used to or is the principal difference that we have a president who cares about the Middle East less than presidents used. I think they're both true because we also have a president that has been I'm very happy to side with the Saudis and scapegoat the Iranians as often as that opportunity presents itself and yet his response darns against something that looks like the Iranians were certainly involved has been somewhat muted and I think that's because we feel like the Saudi at least the Saudi oil supplies less important to us than it used to be. Although we feel the price impact just like everybody else so Suzanne. I'm I'm interested in your sense of the Iranian side of this if you were for the Iranian leadership and you're contemplating a the escalated tensions that have developed over the last couple of years but also the prospect of you know sidelines meeting at the General Assembly between Rihanna and the president. Why is this a good time to a launch such an attack be inspire such an attack or see facilitate such in attack by others. If in fact the WHO were the hands on operational attackers right. It's I think the question that those of us who focus on neuron been thinking about today why this attack why this kind of an escalation and why now on the very eve of the UN General Assembly meetings where there there was such hype around the possibility of a meeting between president trump and his running counterpart President Hassan Ronnie and of course just this attack comes uh-huh really on the heels of the exit from the White House of the most notable Hawk John Bolton. The nationals former national security adviser who of course has made a career of calling for military strikes in regime change on Iran. This might have seemed to be the perfect moment for a kind of conciliatory diplomacy from Iran but of of course that's not the Iranian style. It's not the style of the Islamic republic. I should be precise about that. and I think in fact while we're still speaking the hypothetical I you you know I'm waiting to see along with the rest of your listeners. What exactly the administration and now of course the United Nations which has been called upon by the Saudis I used to conduct an independent investigation might be able to marshal in terms of hard evidence to tie this attack to the Iranians. I'm not presuming anything at this stage but if it is in fact traced to the Iranians in some way shape or form and particularly if it's traced to an attack coming out of Iranian territory and orchestrated in fact Byron's Iran's rather than by proxies then I think it's not quite a shocking or as unexpected as we might have presumed Iranians really since May have been using using escalation as a mechanism for injecting greater urgency in the international community around the crisis that they've been facing since president trump walked away from the deal in May of two thousand eighteen and began reimposing crushing economic sanctions on Iran. They've also been using escalation as a means of trying to change president trump's calculus. It's very easy for him to continue to apply these economic sanctions they haven't had any real blowback effect on American security on the international economy or on global oil oil prices in part because of the dynamics of energy markets that Samantha just explained and what we saw over the summer was that Iran apparently apparently undertook a series of attacks on small tankers very minor elements of the overall energy infrastructure in the

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"ibn" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

01:53 min | 3 years ago

"ibn" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"The border wall penalizing Saudi Arabia ibn Cates. A bipartisan congressional committee faces a Friday deadline to come up with the border security measure correspondent Sarah Westwood reports. President Trump is blaming the Democrats continuing to go after Democrats, even though all sides are reporting progress towards a compromise that would give some money for the border wall. Sources tell CNN that what we're seeing is a deal that would give two billion dollars for some kind of structures along the southern border perhaps construction of new wall repairs to existing fencing that's less than half of the five point seven billion dollars that President Trump requested. But it's also much more than the one dollar. The democratic house speaker Nancy Pelosi once said she'd be willing to put in a Bill. The Trump administration has declined to tell Capitol Hill lawmakers whether intends to impose sanctions on Saudi Arabia for the murder of a Washington Post columnist democratic Senator Chris Murphy of Connecticut tells CNN state of the union there are other options. I mean, this is. Soon we can go to court to try to make the president comply with this law. We can raise political pressure is we will this year or we can just move forward with sanctions. And I think that's probably the most appropriate step. Congress doesn't have to wait for the president's fulfill his duty we can just make a determination ourselves Zaman ordered these Motors. There should be some kind of penalty and repercussion for that Virginians are weighing in on the political crisis in their state, a Washington Post shar school pull found forty seven percent calling for the resignation of Virginia governor Ralph nor them but forty-seven percent said he should stay the poll was taken after a racist photo came to light on his medical school yearbook page as far as the sexual assault allegation against Lieutenant governor, Justin. Fairfax sixty five percent said they did not know enough to judge his denial of the accusation. But a second sexual assault allegation came after the poll again and did not figure into the survey. I'm Barbara Kusak. In washington. I'm.

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Game 1 of National League Champion Series: Dodgers vs. Brewers - Live Game

Ernie Brown

00:50 sec | 3 years ago

Game 1 of National League Champion Series: Dodgers vs. Brewers - Live Game

"In Milwaukee with Chris singleton ibn shoulder. We are very glad you're along with us for the ri- on the mound for the dodgers tonight. Clayton Kershaw coming off a brilliant performance against Atlanta. Hit a game two of the division series. Eight scoreless innings to hits did walk a batter. Struck out only three through only eighty five hitches did not come back out for the died. Career postseason eight seven four eight ERA. This is he's twenty six postseason appearance. His twenty first postseason. Start Lorenzo Cain will lead it off for walking and the first pitches a fastball grounded foul down, the third baseline Cain. Yellow Gibran the outfield for the brewers coming up against her Shaw. During the regular season was on the DL twice

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President, President Trump and Vladimir Putin discussed on Mark Levin

Mark Levin

02:34 min | 4 years ago

President, President Trump and Vladimir Putin discussed on Mark Levin

"Manafort Have an extra week to sift through tens of thousands of pages of documents given to them by prosecutors today a federal judge. Agreed to delay manafort's. Trial on Pankin tax fraud charges until next week it, had been scheduled to start this Wednesday also in court. Today the judge ruled the, names of five witnesses. Will be revealed prosecutors wanted to keep them under. Seal the judge granted those witnesses immunity at the government's, request for the. Third time since they voted to authorize a strike transit union members met. With metro officials today the union tweets the meeting was productive, and it looks forward to a formal agreement. In the near future but the metro board, chair Jack Evans told the WMA. WML's mornings on the mall he hopes there isn't a strike. Having a strike would be, very very catastrophic for the. Region as you know. Is bringing engla- halt we, move a million people. A day I've metro so just be no way to get around. And union members say the general manager has been violating. Their contract President Trump tweets today. That he, gave up Nothing during his summit with Russian President Vladimir Putin he said the two leaders only, talked about future benefits for both countries congressman Jerry Nadler says he remains concerned at the. President's Helsinki meeting with Putin was conducted behind. Closed doors the Russians, are saying that, they are beginning to implement the agreements reached. Agreements reached if agreements reached we certainly know about them the president, is not a dictator who can commit the country by himself known as a right to know what he did many have condemned the, meeting after the, president indicated he did, not agree with u. s. officials who said the Russians meddled in. The two thousand sixteen election the president said he then said he misspoke the in. Term CEO for Prince George's county public schools is appointed today Monica, Goldstein has been serving as. Acting CEO since Kevin Maxwell took a. Buyout Olympic swimmer Ryan locked he will. Not be. Able to participate in the national championships at. Starting California next week the US anti doping agency suspended the twelfth time Olympic medalist until July twenty nine hundred For violating anti doping rules and getting. Ibn fusions I wasn't taking anything illegal everything was legal you can get at CVS Walgreens Public you name. It you can get their vitamins But there's there are rules and you have to be this is locked second suspension. Since the Rio. Olympics WMA l.. Traffic and weather next name Zip across the Washington Baltimore area right now headed the storm with the Weather Channel I'm Jeff meteorologist Ray..

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