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Hindou Ibrahim, President of the Association for Indigenous Women and Peoples of Chad

Common Home Conversations Beyond UN75

04:56 min | Last week

Hindou Ibrahim, President of the Association for Indigenous Women and Peoples of Chad

"Welcome to come home conversations. Today we are joined by. Hindu abraham founder and president of the association for indigenous women in people's of chad hindu is also the co chair the international indigenous peoples forum on climate change and a un sdg advocate. Thank you for joining us today. It's a pleasure. Thanks for reminding me you have been a steadfast champion for human rights and sustainable development. What was the inspiration behind your lifelong dedication to bettering our planet. Yeah i mean. I'm so excited to championing a sustainable development god's because for me the app talking about our life so when we take from the objective one who is the fighting poverty or to the five with the gender or not with climate change. And now the seventeen of them to take patents. She dead talking about how we can improve our life how we can improve our society and how we can make it better than now by respecting people's in climate so for me. It is obvious because roma the communities that i come from we always all the problems and all the crises to get north resort on them. So that's why. I am so excited to championing the sustainable development goals for my peoples in for all indigenous peoples in the end of the day for the planet in gender so we're seeing how climate change is impacting every corner of our planet in many ways. Can you share with us. How climate change is affecting your country and your region so i am coming from saharan regions in coming from chad. Who have a different landscape. Are we have hundred percent visiting the nov and now we have savannah in suheil in the middle and then we have the tropical. Ford is the busy in this hour. So when you need three different In a land lock in when your life is the pump from the ecosystem. You not exactly the impact of the climate change. You do not need in the book or watching. Tv you levi. And now i give example of how we add really impacted an we get any central michigan dishes from ninety nine now check is already on last one point five degree increase and why we see that every day our dry season become much longer. We've evenki very long san in heavy son. That's coming up to fifty degrees celsius when you go through the death at its bauer fifty four degrees celsius in that impact our environment in impact therein therein. Season also check. It's become much shorter. Incoming the higgin construct all the places for example this year where we have all this ahead on the floor you even. In the towns people take the can we go from one neighborhood to another one and sought months before it was the heat in very dry heat. Swear the caps can grow up in an end back with the food insecurity because when you don a half Lateran is cannot penetrate win. It's cannot leave the vegetation who genetic and that impact the food insecure of the and at the end of the day. the letter might impact. It's good shank the social life of peoples. It's create conflict among the communique that fighting to get access to and one of the example. I add you add on the chat. Nature is the wider that we do have at our lake in nineteen sixty. It was twenty five thousand kilometers square. These freshwater chatted check. Cameroon nigeria nigeria Probably and known delek shouldn't came to two thousand clinically squirrel freshwater. So you have ninety percent of the wider Because of the heat in seven league that is more than fifty million people who needing depending from his Them that farmers that fishermen end postulates homemade micro-mini so web does people have to do because they done depend from the end of the month salaries from the rent for the fund from the ecosystem of this area of me so yesterday fight amer get access to resources some of

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"ibrahim" Discussed on The My Future Business™ Show

The My Future Business™ Show

05:41 min | 3 weeks ago

"ibrahim" Discussed on The My Future Business™ Show

"You always have guaranteed liquidity. You never have to qualify for the loan so that we can tie that and so we asked these questions we figure out stories what happened with the client and their pass to kind of prevent that from happening again and also to improve their current situation even if a situation where they're making money they're profitable. They have positive cash flow. They're able to save. We could take. We could take that charge to wait to improve it to make it better. What about the physical condition of an applicant does that have a bearing on disperses. Yes so with every every product that we we execute on there is a medical underwriting part to it amar where we submitted to the insurance company and it takes about four to six weeks of medical underwriting and they go through their medical history. Prescription drugs are taken. If any things that you do have to qualify for the policy that we've seen that as a problem sometimes some people financially. They're there but medically or physically. They're not there are some solutions to it. We could do other. Types of products for example would ease annuities. Don't require medical underwriting. We can do that. We could also have it like for example if it's too spouses where we were with. The other spouse is the insured but the other one is is the owner of the policy on ways to kind of you know it around it and figure exactly and this is also the financial analysis. Call we ask these questions to during the call to see if we can find other insurable interest just in case we do hit that obstacle with medical underwriting. Now one of the things that i always think about is that in this line of work to build relationships you it's not transactional. Do you have long term relationships with the people that you work with. Oh absolutely yeah. You mentioned it's not transaction at all. Yeah it's like it's almost like the equivalent of asking somebody to marry. It's not something you can just do on the first date. You know it takes a relationship and that's exactly what we do. I the average time it takes me from the time. I talked to somebody on the phone when clients are over the phone from the time i talked him on the phone to the time i closed them and actually They submit payment towards a policy. It's about six months so it takes time we're going back and forth and they want to review a little bit more content. They want to review the wanna. Talk a couple more times and that's fine. We have all the time to sit for that..

"ibrahim" Discussed on The My Future Business™ Show

The My Future Business™ Show

05:05 min | 3 weeks ago

"ibrahim" Discussed on The My Future Business™ Show

"So you have in. The policy grows every year because it gets dividends from the from the insurance company. It's a part of a and it's growing every year and you always have access to this money now. Insurance companies are regulated differently than financial institutions and banks. They can't invest and speculate. Investments that can invest in the stock market. They can only invest in the bond market about sixty to eighty of portfolio is made up in in the bond market and then twenty to forty percent is made up in private loans so in other words insurance companies have have proven track record of safe returns for over one hundred and sixty years and especially the companies we work with. They've been around for over one hundred and sixty years and they've been paying dividends every year even during the great depression during the two thousand eight market crash in the united states and even through right now with the uncertainties of the pandemic and the elections to what's going on in the united states The are still paying out dividends regardless of those conditions and and it's because they're not invested where everyone else is invested. They're not so when when the stock market goes up and down doesn't reflect the performance of insurance companies and that's how and why we help clients grow these funds safely. And predictably this is. This is something that actually large corporations and banks use their back their backbones their their safety nets are life insurance and they fund these policies and they always have liquidity issues. They could reach into grab them money if they need to..

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"ibrahim" Discussed on The My Future Business™ Show

The My Future Business™ Show

02:46 min | 3 weeks ago

"ibrahim" Discussed on The My Future Business™ Show

"Welcome back to the my future business. Show manip- streak dusky taniwha. Or am the luckiest man today on the line with sara ibrahim how sarah. Hey rick thanks for having me on good absolutely pleasure to have you here. It's going to be a wonderful compensation. sarah we're gonna be talking about. How your bankonyourself concept we're going to be talking about a lot of the foundational stuff that goes behind the scene. A lot of your work on your website which is at a fin- said protection dot com but sarah before we do it's custom to step back a little bit from the business components and talk about you as an individual a person a wife from the business because after oh businesses run by paper and i think it's good for context too little bit more about you things like cow where you're located and do you have any hobbies or pastimes. Do you get into sports and that sort of thing. Would you mind sharing a little bit about yourself with the show. yeah absolutely so. I'm from chicago illinois. Nine states i was born and raised here lived here my whole life Currently my wife. And i live in the city on the north side of chicago with the cubs. Stadium is that's where we're at and i've been I graduated about five years ago with my master's degree in business and kind of was was hooked on business. I've always been interested in business and not only just from the financial part of making money but more so in theory of how it works in marketing accounting. Finance all those subjects kinda really got my attention So i kind of grew up. You know my my parents are entrepreneurs and i grew up in a household where being entrepreneurs was was in poor and in almost like a requirement. But that was something. I was saw myself doing so. I got my. That's that's where the reasons why i went to grad school in walls and grad school. I also had some sales jobs. I was working for allstate..

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"ibrahim" Discussed on The Broken Comic Podcast

The Broken Comic Podcast

01:55 min | Last month

"ibrahim" Discussed on The Broken Comic Podcast

"It would be easier for me to have personality in my jokes. If I just ordered a record them and then I'll be home later and then that helped me get that helped me develop my conversational for Monday. Yeah, the anyway which which which comes more natural. Yeah, I get. All right. Well dude, thank you for you know hanging out hanging out with me here and be going over these ideas and like and and the and and the reason behind them and all that share was it was I mean, you're you're funny, you know that everybody and I I think you're fucking hilarious. You know, I understand that man. Thank you, ma'am. Thank you. But yeah, it's a great day are you doing thanks man. I think I think I'm going to do some I'm going to do some more days, but I just totally hang out with comics and just talk, you know joke idea home and figure out what's what's behind the mission. I think it's cool idea. But yeah, all right, bro. Yeah, man. Thanks. Thanks for having me here, man. Yeah. I look forward to the listeners again. I hope to see you out there. May I hope to see you back on the grind? I think what am I to do is just like try to try to hang out extra hang out some shows just to get the inspiration again and and you know, and and then I'll part it. I'll be I'll probably be back out there at some point and off and get these ideas off. Almost definitely man do that because I'm trying to tell people this is the time right now. You got to look at it like the stock market crash everything that went down now it's time to buy buy buy before the prices go back up to look at that age. You know in the stock is the people the stock is the audience get them why they get voted off again. Yeah, man. So that is me and Ibrahim Khalif on the first episode.

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"ibrahim" Discussed on The Broken Comic Podcast

The Broken Comic Podcast

02:56 min | Last month

"ibrahim" Discussed on The Broken Comic Podcast

"You know, they come from a place of funny that's in your mind. So whatever we're doing some crazy shit that you think of it sits there. Like it's, you know, it's not meant to be taken. Literally. It was just meant to be like, well, this is how I feel about it. But I'm going to put a little bit of a Twist on it, you know, and I think it's important for people to see the mind of a comedian and I'm going to do more of these of these episodes these this episode is called broken ideas. And I'm going to keep doing this a part of the broken comic podcast but program podcast off. I'm going to keep doing these with a couple of comedians that I know in between some some interviews that I'm working on working on getting. So without further Ado. This is broken ideas. I I talked to my buddy Ibrahim kaleth and I I don't miss that. Do you remember how how I met dude like, you know, we became really became friends with Facebook and it came became friends in the scene asking them around and he is a really fucking funny. He's a really fucking funny dude, man. He's really funny dude and off. you know he he tell jokes straight-up how it is and how he feels and and since I saw him you know I thought this guy was awesome and he's totally been up and down and I've like you know positivity not phone not only for The Comedians and I mean by that where he's like shouting out other comedians try to get other people to follow them because he thinks that they are funny as well which you know he also gave me a shout out for for my podcast I did with Marc Anthony Ramirez and I remember like I think like one of the most disappointing things for me was was think yeah this past summer I did a audition for this month BC diversity thing whatever and you only get like a minute so I've been I've been using this joke that has been working in the clubs and like you know it's it's was fine so I was like all right cool this joke is the minimum wage I think I think it's kind of perfect for the time that we're talking about. And and then I used a joke the joke went fucking nowhere, which pissed me off cuz the next fucking day or Thursday to later when I went to the club to do the do the joke again. It was fucking fine. So I don't know what happened there, but were disappointing for me when like I came out and and Ibrahim Joe's right there and he was like, yo, you know, how did you do and I had to like put my head in my hand and said now, I mean I fucked up like, you know, like it didn't go well at all because like, you know, I know Iraq and and I believe you know, you know, he thinks I'm funny like he's with it and why it was like so disappointed.

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US slaps new sanctions on Syrian entities and individuals

Not Too Shabby

00:21 sec | 2 months ago

US slaps new sanctions on Syrian entities and individuals

"States has imposed new sanctions on Syrian individuals and financial entities affiliated with President Bashar al Assad. The Treasury Department ordered the freezing of assets in the U. S belonging to has I'm careful the governor off Syria's central bank, as well as those off two sisters off the powerful financial Yes, Ibrahim, who was targeted last month.

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Mali swears in transitional president and vice president

Newscast - Africa

00:36 sec | 2 months ago

Mali swears in transitional president and vice president

"Will be sworn into office and Friday five weeks after the up Auto of Ibrahim boubacar. Keita button Del a former Defense Minister was picked by the coup leader Colonial and see me going to hurt the transitional government until elections off. Call Daniel Garcia will be his vice president did you government is expected to be in office for transition period of eighteen months that will lead to an election. The appointment of a civil president was a condition for the West African Regional group Equus to lift the sanctions. It imposed after the coup stocks of

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Texas Man Accused Of Making Bomb Threat During University of Houston Zoom Lecture

America's Morning News

00:37 sec | 2 months ago

Texas Man Accused Of Making Bomb Threat During University of Houston Zoom Lecture

"Call in Texas. A man took the meaning of it. Mohr literally. Ibrahim Ahmed al Bayati, according to federal authorities joined the University of Houston lecture September 2nd and interrupted it to imply a bomb would go off on campus in a few days. The 19 year old from nearby Richmond, Texas, used an assumed name and is said to have yelled and Arabic phrase that translates to Islamic State will remain alibi. Adi was arrested two days later and charged in part with making threats over Interstate commerce. Colonel Scott Fox News on Wall

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Ex-Malian president Keita hospitalized at private clinic

BBC World Service

00:20 sec | 3 months ago

Ex-Malian president Keita hospitalized at private clinic

"Molly Ibrahim Boubacar Keita, who was overthrown by the military in August has left the country. Military officials said he'd flown to the United Arab Emirates for medical treatment. After suffering from a minor stroke. Earlier this week, his former chief of staff said he could be a way for up to 15 days. This is the

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Why the World Is Watching a Military Takeover in Mali

Monocle 24: The Foreign Desk

01:08 min | 3 months ago

Why the World Is Watching a Military Takeover in Mali

"For some months now in Mali there has been a feeling that something had to give on Tuesday. It gave soldiers descended upon the capital Bamako from the nearby garrison town of Kati and arrested the President and Prime Minister Gruff Gentlemen Clad in cocky appeared on state television and declared themselves in charge while offering the vague reassurances about a return to democracy traditional in such circumstances, it was a classic coup d'etat. The immediate backstory dates back to April and Molly's most recent parliamentary elections. These were clouded by violence including the kidnapping still-unsolved of prominent opposition to Somalia say and followed by accusations of subterfuge by June thousands of people were protesting in Bamako demanding the resignation of President Ibrahim Boubacar cater in July at least eleven of these protesters were killed when security forces opened fire on demonstrations an opposition movement known as m five RFP coalesced around an influential Imam Mahmoud Deco.

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Mali coup leaders hold talks with opposition

BBC World Service

00:47 sec | 3 months ago

Mali coup leaders hold talks with opposition

"Leaders of Tuesday's coup in Mali have had talks with opposition leaders who welcomed the ousting of President Ibrahim Boubacar Keita. There's been strong international condemnation off the military takeover. David Bamford reports. The opposition coalition in Mali said it had noted thie commitment by the soldiers to move towards a civilian transitional government and was ready to work with them on a political roadmap. Amass patriotic rally has been called for Friday. An army colonel. A seamy gotta has emerged as the new military leader. He has heard civil servants to return to work. Yuen Security Council has condemned the coup on West African leaders have announced a blockade on more hold a videoconference on Thursday to discuss further actions.

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Mali coup: UN joins global condemnation of military takeover

All Of It

00:51 sec | 3 months ago

Mali coup: UN joins global condemnation of military takeover

"The leaders of Tuesday's military coup in Mali have had talks with opposition leaders who have welcomed the ousting of President Ibrahim Boubacar Keita, The U. N and African Union have condemned the military takeover and called for the release of detained politicians. Here's David Bamford. The opposition coalition in Mali said it had noted thie commitment by the soldiers to move towards a civilian transitional government and was ready to work with them on a political roadmap. Amass patriotic rally has been called for Friday. An army colonel. A seamy gotta has emerged as the new military leader. He has urged civil servants to return to work. The U. N Security Council has condemned the coup on West African leaders have announced a blockade on more hold a videoconference on Thursday to discuss further actions.

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Mutiny by Mali troops condemned by Ecowas and France

Not Too Shabby

01:01 min | 3 months ago

Mutiny by Mali troops condemned by Ecowas and France

"West Africa regional body Echo. Wass and Francois have condemned a mutiny in Mali on DH called for soldiers to return to their barracks. Earlier there was gunfire at a military base near the capital, Bamako. Senior personnel as another site were reportedly detained by disgruntled junior officers. The unrest coincides with opposition calls for more protests demanding the resignation off President Ibrahim Boubacar Keita, West Africa correspondent Cici is under reports the spokesperson for the June 5 opposition movement has said the political situation is still unclear. After shots were fired from the catty army base by angry soldiers. There are also reports that roads into Bamako have been blocked by people in military uniform. Since June. Tens of thousands have taken to the streets calling for President Ibrahim Boubacar cater to resign. The unrest has come over economic hardship in the country corruption disputed elections on the increasing Islamic jihadist violence occurring in the

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Washington DC - Released prisoner accused of raping, killing Virginia woman has died

Live and Local

00:29 sec | 4 months ago

Washington DC - Released prisoner accused of raping, killing Virginia woman has died

"Virginia police say a rape suspect released from jail early due to Corona virus concerns has killed his accuser, Ibrahim Oichi, was indicted for the rape, sodomy, strangulation and abduction of Carla Dominguez last December. He was released in April on $24,000 bond and allegedly hunted down Omegas on July 29th when he shot and killed her outside her. Art Mint Police caught him Wednesday, but not before he shot himself. He's hospitalized in serious condition and has been charged with murder.

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Freed from jail amid coronavirus, VA rape suspect kills accuser: report

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:45 sec | 4 months ago

Freed from jail amid coronavirus, VA rape suspect kills accuser: report

"The post reports. Authorities tracked down Ibrahim Booty in Prince George's County this week when he crashed his car and shot himself as of yesterday. Bleach. EE was reportedly in grave condition. The 33 year old was indicted last year on charges that included rape, strangulation and abduction, Initially held without bond booty was later released on $25,000 bond, despite of prosecutors, objections after defense attorneys argued he should be free because of the threat of Corona virus posed in jails and prisons, says attorney said in a statement there quote saddened by the tragedy, both families have suffered. Police say the victim in the case, who was a native of Venezuela, was killed last month Tax free holidays in Maryland and Virginia may look a little different this year as shoppers navigate the

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Massive explosions rock Beirut; many feared dead

KRLD News, Weather and Traffic

00:49 sec | 4 months ago

Massive explosions rock Beirut; many feared dead

"Rocks the centre of Beirut, leaving many dead. The Lebanese Red Cross says hundreds were taken to the hospital, and many are still trapped in their homes. CBS News Foreign Affairs analyst Pamela for two massive explosions in Lebanon's capital of Beirut's and plumes of smoke for miles with people carried out in some trapped under rubble in a busy commercial district, with some experts concerned. At the bombing related in some way toe a court verdict expected later this week on four individuals on trial in absentia for the murder of former Lebanese premier Rafi career E 15 years ago. Lebanon's internal security chief Abbas Ibrahim said that that's not immediately apparent what caused the blast in the port area. Israel, meanwhile, denies any involvement.

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"ibrahim" Discussed on The Business of Fashion Podcast

The Business of Fashion Podcast

02:04 min | 5 months ago

"ibrahim" Discussed on The Business of Fashion Podcast

"Something about your work very distinctive about your work is your and I? Think it might. It imagined in a funny way? It would be quite useful when you locked and you'll force to. Use what's around you I? Mean I'm thinking of something like A. You did the cover of Lunch in magazine? Animated Cram at of Pastor. And that is the Solo project that I could imagine. Desperate parents sanctum children. You know you see what it Camara did on the cover of that magazine with a packet of pastor. I challenge you children to make a crown out of this. I mean it the the beauty, the elegance and the ingenuity. Turning a packet of into crime. I mean that's that's locked down, thank. Many was it was fun to do with <hes> Paulo film? You know who who are love so much. But also I. I was running <hes> Freetown's poll family, so we didn't really have late. You know like TV. I didn't really know much about pop culture so I kinda had to dream, and just imagine things, and and I will feel sometimes I'm still like a four year old in in my mind, but you know nothing is really strange. I can just make. An anything I. Think of an and that's the way I kinda approach away style like if I can't have that look I'm going to have to just make something else, and and and that's the way I think I. Don't I I don't like when people tell me. It's not possible I think even even with my team I. think that's the one where we don't really use what together. It's not possible. We tried to just go for it and like find anything to make things happen. And I just dream a lot. I think I. And I and I never want US agreement I. Think I think I. Think when when you grow up. E You Kinda have to stop, but but I don't WanNa. Stop I want one. Just keep that going and see how far I can get away

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Ibrahim Kamara on Photography as a Powerful Force for Change

The Business of Fashion Podcast

02:04 min | 5 months ago

Ibrahim Kamara on Photography as a Powerful Force for Change

"Something about your work very distinctive about your work is your and I? Think it might. It imagined in a funny way? It would be quite useful when you locked and you'll force to. Use what's around you I? Mean I'm thinking of something like A. You did the cover of Lunch in magazine? Animated Cram at of Pastor. And that is the Solo project that I could imagine. Desperate parents sanctum children. You know you see what it Camara did on the cover of that magazine with a packet of pastor. I challenge you children to make a crown out of this. I mean it the the beauty, the elegance and the ingenuity. Turning a packet of into crime. I mean that's that's locked down, thank. Many was it was fun to do with Paulo film? You know who who are love so much. But also I. I was running Freetown's poll family, so we didn't really have late. You know like TV. I didn't really know much about pop culture so I kinda had to dream, and just imagine things, and and I will feel sometimes I'm still like a four year old in in my mind, but you know nothing is really strange. I can just make. An anything I. Think of an and that's the way I kinda approach away style like if I can't have that look I'm going to have to just make something else, and and and that's the way I think I. Don't I I don't like when people tell me. It's not possible I think even even with my team I. think that's the one where we don't really use what together. It's not possible. We tried to just go for it and like find anything to make things happen. And I just dream a lot. I think I. And I and I never want US agreement I. Think I think I. Think when when you grow up. E You Kinda have to stop, but but I don't WanNa. Stop I want one. Just keep that going and see how far I can get away

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"ibrahim" Discussed on Kingpins

Kingpins

07:30 min | 1 year ago

"ibrahim" Discussed on Kingpins

"Throughout the nineteen eighties. Daoud Ibrahim expanded his small-time smuggling ring into the criminal enterprise that included extortion contract killing arms smuggling drug trading and money laundering. It was all based in Bombay now now known as Mumbai the Indian city where Daoud had lived since childhood even after he fled to Dubai to escape the law in his home country. Dodi kept running his criminal empire from abroad and in Nineteen ninety-two his operations expanded into terrorism Daoud's smuggling routes were attractive to Pakistan's inter-services intelligence the country's top spy agency the. Is is chief. Goal was was to destabilise India which was a long standing enemy of Pakistan. Does underground pipeline could help them transport weapons and ammunition across the border for their covert missions in the early nineteen nineties the ISI approach dowd to secure his help. Reportedly Hedley a pair of Pakistani smugglers made the initial contact with the crime Lord but he resisted the offer but does resolve began to break down as the price of gold crashed hurting revenue for his smuggling business. If he wanted to recoup those losses he would have have to add something new to their shipping channels and in the end. What did it matter whether he was smuggling arms for run of the mill criminals or international L. Terrorists access to the ISI zone shipping routes along? The Indian Ocean would also help him fill the revenue gap and expand his other other smuggling businesses financially. The idea had no downsides but Daoud just couldn't bring himself to do it turning turning against his own homeland was a step too far while the economic pressure weakened his resolve it seems it was a series of events is back in India that finally pushed out over the edge on Sunday December or six nine thousand nine hundred ninety two a group of Hindu. Extremists gathered at the Babri Masjid Mosque in northern India. Even though the historic story Islam House of worship had been at this site for centuries some in the Hindu Community contended that the mosque was built on the birthplace of the Hindu God rama a crowd of over one hundred and fifty thousand descended on the Babri masjid that morning calling for Hindu temples to be erected erected on the land instead shortly after noon. The rioters swarmed the three domes of the hallowed mosque and tore it down themselves jobs within a few hours. The building lay in crumbles the demolition of the nearly five hundred year old MOSK sparked riots between the Muslims uh-huh and Hindus throughout India. The way of a violent clashes left. Roughly two thousand people dead across the country most of whom were Muslim. The destruction of the mosque and the riots left owed outraged. He was Muslim and so were many of his gang's members. Some of the men saw their homes destroyed by the rioting Hindus but what stone the most was the lack of response by the government law enforcement barely lifted a finger to stop the violence in some cases they even openly colluded with the rioters. India was not going to protect. It's Muslims so wasn't going to protect India in late. December nineteen ninety two members of D Company met in Dubai where Daoud had been living for the past few years. Dole would still wasn't sold on working with the ISI but trusted lieutenant. Tiger Memon was rallying for revenge after the anti Muslim riots and the property they'd all lost in the chaos. It was time for D Company to even the score not against the Hindus but against all of India by mid January January nineteen ninety-three at a late night meeting and Dubai does you'd finally agreed. He and tiger orchestrated a plan that went far beyond what the ISI had asked them. The first step was to recruit the foot soldiers they targeted Muslim youth from India who were angered by the riots and by the police corruption that led to hundreds of deaths and injuries. who was this country really? Four nineteen young men signed on and Dawood's associates flew them to Dubai where they learn the details of the plan. Then they were sent on to Pakistan. Stan where the ISI train them on explosives and firearms. Once the training was complete. They went back to India to prepare dowd. Set the date for April. So the attack would coincide with shift Jayanti a Hindu holiday they wanted to inflict maximum terror during the time of joy and the holidays would mean large gatherings of people particularly among the Hindu Community. The early months of nineteen ninety-three were spent surveying over a dozen locations to carry out the coordinated attacks the plan called for a series of bombings targeting politicians government format officials and Hindus throughout Bombay India's commercial capital and the city does grew up. In by February the arms is an explosives were arriving on India's west coast smuggled through Daoud's underground roots at least ten customs and police officers were recruited to help with the smuggling. Everything was going according to plan that is until March ninth nineteen ninety-three when one of the new recruits Goule nor Mohamed shake was picked up by the police Gulu as he was called had a record of minor looting sitting in petty crimes and that was presumably all the police were expecting to deal with but Gulu for some reason decided to confess to the entire higher international terror plot his recruitment by gangsters and Dubai his training in Pakistan and the series of bombings. They planned throughout the city. The police didn't believe him. Gulu was a young petty criminal from the slums the idea that he was working. With Pakistani intelligence intelligence seemed ridiculous. They completely disregarded everything he confessed but the news of Goulooze arrest and admission made its way okay back to Dubai concerned that the police would get their hands on the other attackers and thwart the plan Daoud adjusted their plot. His Lieutenant Tenant Tiger flew to India and told the men on the ground. They weren't going to wait until April the attacks were happening now..

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"ibrahim" Discussed on Kingpins

Kingpins

03:19 min | 1 year ago

"ibrahim" Discussed on Kingpins

"Due to the graphic nature of this kingpins crimes listener discretion is advised this episode includes discussions of murdering a soul that some people may find offensive offensive. We advise extreme caution for children under thirteen. It list Tuesday may seventeenth two thousand eleven Dodi Ibra. Him and his family were transforming his luxurious home in Karachi Pakistan Stan into a palatial wedding venue does only son Moines was the family's last child to get married and the affair was going to to be the WHO's who of the region's elite. Nearly five hundred fifty miles away in southern Mumbai Daoud's younger brother Yik Bowl Bowl. cosker was leaving his home with his bodyguard as they walked out the front gate. Bullets started flying big balls bodyguard. Art grabbed his pistol to fire back. But the gun jammed. The bodyguard was shot in the head then. The attackers ran leaving it ball unharmed. When wooed got word of the attack his celebration was put on hold the crime? Lord had a long list of enemies but there was only only one who would dare to do something like this to attack his family and on the day of his son's wedding that FO- wiz chose to Russian a former high ranking lieutenant in Dawood's crime syndicate his once trusted ally had become an arc rival thirsty for blood. Welcome to kingpins apar- cast original. I'm Kate Leonard and I'm Howell heart every Friday. We journey inside the ranks of Organized Crime Rings From Street gangs to mafiosos to understand how it kingpin or Queen Pin Rises to the top of the underworld and why they fall as we follow. The lives of infamous crime bosses says we'll explore how money and power changed them and how it changed the community around them you can find episodes of kingpins and all other podcast our cast originals for free on spotify. Or wherever you listen to podcasts to stream kingpins for free on spotify just open the APP tap browse an type kingpins in the search bar at par cast. We're grateful for you our listeners. You allow us to do what we love. Let us know how we're doing reach out on facebook and Instagram at park cast and twitter at podcast network. And if you enjoy today's episode the best way to help is to leave a five star review view. Wherever you're listening? It really does help us. This is our final episode on Dawoud. Ibrahim the billionaire kingpin. Last week we looked at Dawood's foods rise from his childhood in India to his rise as a billionaire. Crime boss this week will explore. How foods multinational underground syndicate get? D Company became entangled in international terrorism.

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UFC star's missing stepdaughter suffered "life-threatening injury"

Rush Limbaugh

00:39 sec | 1 year ago

UFC star's missing stepdaughter suffered "life-threatening injury"

"Evans recover from the car of a missing as Depp daughter of a UFC fighter suggest a woman was injured investigators in Alabama say blood found inside an abandoned car belonging to nineteen year old on the Blanshard suggest she suffered a life threatening injury Blanshard was reported missing at the end of October she's the stepdaughter of UFC heavyweight Walt Harris police in the town of Auburn say a man identified as Ibrahim Yazeed was seen on the security camera video at a gas station with Blanshard yes he was already out on bail for attempted murder at the time he was found again in Florida and is now charged with Blanchett's

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"ibrahim" Discussed on Kingpins

Kingpins

02:09 min | 1 year ago

"ibrahim" Discussed on Kingpins

"Due to the graphic nature of this kingpins crimes listener discretion is advised this episode includes discussions of murder and assault that. Some people may find a defensive. We advise extreme caution for children under thirteen. It was a cool October afternoon in Mumbai. India twenty-four-year-old Daoud Abraham and his twenty five year. Old Brother. Shebbeare cosker left a police station. After being questioned about a recent attempted murder the year was one thousand nine hundred eighty and the brothers were being escorted by their friend and mentor collared con back to their headquarters. They were only a few few minutes out from the station. When Daoud saw the man with the gun he recognized the shooter it was Amir's Zodda a high ranking member of his rival gang? The tone dowd reached for his own gun forgetting that he wasn't armed. He looked up up frozen like a deer in headlights. As Ammar Saadeh and his cousin alums Abe approached the car with guns raised Collared Com acted quickly and push dow out of the way. Just as Mirsada an alums ZIP opened fire. Daoud felt the blood from colleagues arm trickle onto his face college was unfazed stowe. He drew his own weapon. Returned fire forcing the would be assassins to flee. The scene Dole would Ibrahim had faced death but came out with barely a scratch. It was in this moment. He became a legend invincible. Instable and unstoppable.

Billionaire Boss: Dawood Ibrahim

Kingpins

01:39 min | 1 year ago

Billionaire Boss: Dawood Ibrahim

"It was a cool October afternoon in Mumbai. India twenty-four-year-old Daoud Abraham and his twenty five year. Old Brother. Shebbeare cosker left a police station. After being questioned about a recent attempted murder the year was one thousand nine hundred eighty and the brothers were being escorted by their friend and mentor collared con back to their headquarters. They were only a few few minutes out from the station. When Daoud saw the man with the gun he recognized the shooter it was Amir's Zodda a high ranking member of his rival gang? The tone dowd reached for his own gun forgetting that he wasn't armed. He looked up up frozen like a deer in headlights. As Ammar Saadeh and his cousin alums Abe approached the car with guns raised Collared Com acted quickly and push dow out of the way. Just as Mirsada an alums ZIP opened fire. Daoud felt the blood from colleagues arm trickle onto his face college was unfazed stowe. He drew his own weapon. Returned fire forcing the would be assassins to flee. The scene Dole would Ibrahim had faced death but came out with barely a scratch. It was in this moment. He became a legend invincible. Instable and unstoppable

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ISIS names new leader as it confirms Baghdadi's death

Herman Cain

01:44 min | 1 year ago

ISIS names new leader as it confirms Baghdadi's death

"License confirms death of their nav defunct leader Baghdadi yeah and then it's a new leader now they have a new leader that hopefully we we killed somebody else can get a whole lot of press so we kill the leader of ISIS was at last Thursday or something less sexy writing this Friday and then since then there was I don't know if it was a publicity guy you know these terrorist outfits they'll either pollute the public radio intermediate or social media guys left but he was a he was an up and comer and we got rid of him and so now we got a new guy Abu Ibrahim al as she me L. Karachi but you can call now it kind of good days yeah colors can he called me back yeah so I I hopefully that this guy I'll be gone soon I think that's one of those situations where you the room you want everybody to believe that yes in fact you do you want to be the next leader was secretly hoping they don't call your name because the US seems to be on a roll not a good promotion this is worse than the Peter principle promoted to your self of execution so you know hopefully he'll be the next one who who gets his you know this is these terrorists are gonna be around for a good long time and they're going to have different leaders because they're just a it's it's an idea and it is certainly the charismatics when they get involved it depends on how your leader can be charismatic and that seems like a ridiculous word to use in terms of terrorism but is the appropriate word your charisma brings in more recruits yeah if as the leader you are seen as charismatic so I guess it does matter a little bit but it's gonna be somebody to step up and isn't always going to be people who don't know how to live on the

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ISIS Names New Leader and Confirms al-Baghdadi’s Death

Wisconsin's Morning News with Gene Mueller

00:35 sec | 1 year ago

ISIS Names New Leader and Confirms al-Baghdadi’s Death

"News ISIS names the successor to Abu Bakir al Baghdadi CBS's Tony Dhaka pull a new recording purportedly from ISIS confirms the death of its leader Abu Bakar al Baghdadi it also names a successor the audio message follows last weekend's US military raid on al Baghdadi is compound in Syria and it says the new leader is Abu Ibrahim al Hashimi little is known about the terror group's apparent mean chief al Baghdadi is death came more than seven months after U. S. led forces seized about last remnants of ice is controlled

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ISIS Names New Leader and Confirms al-Baghdadi’s Death

Bloomberg Daybreak: Europe

00:19 sec | 1 year ago

ISIS Names New Leader and Confirms al-Baghdadi’s Death

"Islamic states has confirmed the death of Abu Bakr al Baghdadi and named in you needed to succeed him Abu Ibrahim al had me she will call while she will become his new leader the group threatened to retaliate against the US for killing al Baghdadi and referred to president trump is quote a senile old

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"ibrahim" Discussed on The Dirty Bits

The Dirty Bits

10:01 min | 1 year ago

"ibrahim" Discussed on The Dirty Bits

"Out. If it was does that would have been the end of the Ottomans. However Ebrahim was the only surviving male member of the dynasty and therefore next in line for the throne when his brother died by this? This time Ebrahim was really paranoid walking on eggshells for so many years right so he thinks this is a trap rods dead. But he's like he's going to popout. The Hanukkah column linked just slipped my throat so his grand vizier. Like no really. He's dead and Ebrahim's like let me see the body then and they're like Hey Siri and he goes he just killed for my siblings. Yes I'm serious. Showing the body Barca Barbosa. He was mad. He wasn't stupid so he personally examined his brother's corpse and after he's convinced that the whole situation isn't some giant ruse. He's like okay fine. I'll take the job. That's a Helluva nerve. During the early years of his reign Ibrahim's grand vizier ear is mostly calling all the shots thankfully and he actually makes progress stabilizing the empire as we talked about Ebrahim a little paranoid and his mother and those around him were concerned about him being mentally capable of ruling one of the more well-known stories about his magnus involves ordering two hundred eighty women drowned because they were annoying and unsupportive of him. But here's the thing besides oral traditions or rumors. There isn't any scholarly evidence. I found a back APP story up per usual. Many saucy tales throughout history have to be viewed with perspective the rumors swirled around Ebrahim written by Dimitri Kandemir. And I have to point out. That he was a Moldovan soldier. who fought against the Ottomans right so while there is evidence the Ebrahim was indeed mentally unstable? It's still unclear as to exactly what extent now Abraham's Mom Qasim. She encouraged him to spend his time with his Horta's in the Harem and by encouraged. I mean when she gave him a ton of APHRODISIACS. This keeps her in power. Some odd mother son relationship. Do you imagine like it's the equivalent of giving your son Viagra and being Mike Gomez yourself at the brothel while I work. This kept her in power because he's occupied and it also produced three sons for Ibrahim in addition to fifteen other other children. I feel like at that point. You're just creating little assassin. You're also creating more opportunities to continue your age. You know so if one dies I see got backup kid. You were going to go. So one day Ebrahim the mad. He's out and about and he he sees a cow's udders another regions and he's like. Oh my God that is what I'm looking for in a woman. So according to Kandemir he sent the shape of them in gold all over the empire with his orders to make inquiries whether a man-made in just that manner could be found for his list. Does he really think that he's GonNa fight a woman the Dow and apparently there is someone for everyone because they found in Armenian woman named sincere para which translates to sugar Hugh Genitalia matched up with the model pretty damn while. Wow that's a matching longer. Breasts he was really into sex. He had many many many books on the topic including various positions and he may have even invented a few himself so as what some of the books were suggesting things really start going south when in an effort to help him post them. enlists the aid of a spiritualist Gendi Kolja area who is a total charlatan. He influences Abraham to lavish money on him and his buddy so they eventually have powered order. A hit. On Abraham's grand vizier. Who was the one actually putting the empire back together like we were talking about this results in a twenty four year long war with Venice that leads to a lack of resources in the sultan's Sultan's capital that combined with jacking taxes? Every time he wants to go on a shopping spree means that the public is kind of peeved with how things are shaken up in the city. Things were actually actually so out of control. Costs in his own mother and his vizier. Were involved in attempted coup and they planned on replacing Ebrahim with one of his own sons but Ebrahim team just exiled his mother from the palace and he had the vizier executed he replaces his ear with a guiding on mud but our history buffs may know him by his warn. Fortunate nickname has our which means one thousand pieces. Guess how he got that nickname. Got A thousand visas next. During the uh-huh next year the people revolt a new literally toward the vizier into pieces after they strangled him to death wish strangled to death. Verse Right. Could you imagine and be ripped from limb to limb while you're conscious fully. No I had that same day that the vizier is ripped until it's all these pieces. The people in prison Ebrahim of his own others consent. She said in the end he will leave. Neither you nor mia live. We will lose control of the government. The whole society is in ruins happening removed from the throne immediately while ringing endorsement for mom but Moustapha was okay right seems like she's more concerned with political stability than with her children. Obviously SCISSOR STAFA was madman too do but it sounds like the people were stepping in line right him. Things were still going in a positive direction. Were subservient rattlers no risk the revolt. Under Moustapha. There was not chaos happening. He wasn't jacking up taxes. Every time you buy something. New Murad was a status. So they put bringing six-year-old old son on the throne and the grand vizier at the time suns a request to the chic all Islam explaining the situation and he asks them if they can execute every three he replies by simply saying if there are two Caliphs kill one of them goes. You heard the man. Let's do it an Ibrahima strangled in sixteen forty eight. Well his mother and all the higher ups watch from the palace above the Ottoman Empire would last all the way up until World War One. So this kind of succession. This kind and of secession. The lifestyle Ottoman Empire would continue until last century. I remember it was still the Ottoman Empire since the cubs had won the world series. I mean another one another one but before then it's wild to think about how long but empire lasted. It was the Ottoman Empire from the thirteenth to the twentieth century. Well for example the Ottoman Empire allied with Germany during World War One on the side of the central. They were the Ottoman Empire until World War. One the partitioning in the Middle East stuff started happening. So it's a very very very rich history and I would love you guys to look into into it more. There is so much information out there on the Ottoman Empire that I could not sit in to this episode as you can tell it gets very confusing much like European history. Everybody has very similar names. There's a lot of movement going on. People are related. People are getting picked off and named the same things so as always if anything sounded goofiness episode. It probably was. Don't take my word for it. Always do your own research and make sure what you're reading from is a verified. Reputable and academic source. Get in touch with us on our website at tiny voice dot com slash dirty bits or by emailing tawny at Tony voiced dot com. You can also hit us up on twitter at the dirty BITs pod or on instagram at dirty bits podcast or in our facebook group. The dirty bits chat and Hamady special. Thanks to our executive producers in podcasters Patriot on dot dot com slash dirty bits or making the show possible without your support. The show wouldn't exist Melissa N.. 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"ibrahim" Discussed on Assassinations

Assassinations

09:06 min | 1 year ago

"ibrahim" Discussed on Assassinations

"Six thirty nine ce then Christian Crusaders in ten ninety nine ce ensured that edicts population was religiously diverse in fifteen seventeen Egypt was swallowed up by the Ottoman Empire where it would remain until nineteen team fourteen this constant stream of invading empires all exerted tremendous control on Egypt's finances government and civilian life. If by the mid eighteen hundreds over one hundred thousand Europeans mostly Italian and Greek had settled in Egypt Europeans also held held most of the upper positions in the army business and government a system called the capitulation created a separate legal code for Europeans making them a privileged class in essence the Ottoman Empire had treaties with European nations guaranteeing a set of rights to all European Ian Travelers in their territory while the empires individual nations were permitted to govern their own population so while native Egyptians sends could be arrested tried and punished by local courts. Europeans weren't held to the same laws one of Egypt's greatest assets assets the Suez Canal was also dominated by Europeans originally financed by the French. The canal was an engineering marvel opened Linden eighteen sixty nine to connect the Mediterranean Sea Red Sea and Indian Ocean in eighteen seventy five the bankrupt Egyptian government sold its forty four percent share of the Suez Canal Company to the British with their foothold in the region secured the British work work to stabilise Egypt's finances and improve their agriculture in other words they wrested control of the economy then in eighteen eighty two new British troops invaded Egypt to put down a rebellion after which they remained as an occupying force although Britain now controlled Egypt's finances and maintained a steady military presence they never formally absorbed Egypt into the British Empire possibly because they were afraid of angering during the Ottomans instead Britain remained an unofficial colonizer while publicly maintaining that Egypt was an independent nation England England also took measures to weaken the country politically they limited representative government and underfunded public education. They also halted construction of factories and other forms of industrial modernisation. Britain was the superpower Egypt was to remain its agricultural servant the financial and military stranglehold made it difficult for Egyptian to maintain control over their own country almost thirty years before Ibrahim Alward Donnie lamented the British influence in Egypt another nationalist an Egyptian army colonel named Ahmed Robbie. He tried to reclaim their homeland. He called this new movement. Egypt for Egyptians and it caught on like wildfire on June eleventh eighteen eighty to a full-scale riot against European influence erupted in Alexandria Europeans were attacked. ACT stores were looted buildings burn throughout the city. Fifty Europeans and two hundred fifty Egyptians were killed in the violence. WJR A mixed European Egyptian committee was formed to investigate the Alexandria riot. The talks ultimately proved fruitless when the European participants accused their Egyptian cohorts of being nationalised apologists and armed conflict broke out which killed ten thousand in addition soldiers but only one hundred British people ultimately the rebels were defeated and their leader was banished from Egypt but the nationalist nationalist flame they ignited lit the way for future movements and revolutionaries including eventually Ibrahim Al were Donnie Ibrahim. Nasi Al-Wardani was born in eighteen eighty seven his father was a senior police officer in the provinces outside of Cairo and his uncle was a Pasha title granted to autumn and dignitaries and military leaders. This put all were Donnie in the higher level of Egyptian Japan Society though still below the British. His father died in nineteen. Oh six leaving the nineteen year old our Donnie his mother and and his younger sister with the family house and a small plot of land our done a used the money from his inheritance to go to Europe and study pharmacology he spent the next several years traveling and studying in loosen Paris and London but while in Europe all were donny's greatest education and was a political one the Ottoman empire was in decline and ethnic groups like the Greeks Bulgarians Turks and Serbs desired their independence attendance at the time. Many nationalists believed that violence terrorism and assassinations were the best way to bring about social and political all trains while living in loosen our Donnie and his fellow students formed a society called Misra the Arabic word for Egypt. MISRA was a gathering place for additions living and studying abroad where they could discuss nationalist ideals. The society eighty grew popular spawning new chapters throughout Europe in nineteen o seven all were Donnie visited London to speak at a Misra meeting about what he Jim Russian students like him were learning from their time in Europe in a stirring speech. He said we are thirsty. Development and progress we consider ourselves ourselves capable of self government we therefore call for complete independence and for our right to self-determination without foreign intervention in the different field of endeavor of our national life long live Egyptian nationalism and down with any power that threatens our rights when bre him our donny returned to Egypt in January of nineteen o nine at the age of twenty two he opened his own pharmacy missile in Cairo but life as a shopkeeper even in Egypt's bustling metropolis wasn't enough to satisfy him he quickly became an active active member of Mustafa Kemal what Tani Party a nascent nationalist movement that fought for Egypt's freedom from British interference when all we're Donnie joined the Nationalist Party was in mourning for the recent death of its legendary leader and founder and was unsure of what the future held for for our donny. This was the perfect opportunity to make an impact as he was pulled deeper into the nationalist movement. He came to find that Egypt's political system was more complicated than he'd believed not only were the British holding Egypt in a stranglehold but many high class Egyptian Russian leaders were all too willing to collaborate with the Europeans in order to maintain their own status despite their shared nationality always we're done he came to view these Egyptian elites as enemies to his cause but it wasn't until he was sitting in the balcony. At the General Assembly watching Prime Minister Boutros Ghali speak that all were Donnie realized how deep that enmity ran he could never reason with these elites. He couldn't unseat unseat them from power peacefully. Either the European influence ran too deep. If he wanted to take back the country he would have to do you it by force coming up the life of his victim Boutros Ghali and the political blunders that would eventually lead to his death..

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"ibrahim" Discussed on Assassinations

Assassinations

03:06 min | 1 year ago

"ibrahim" Discussed on Assassinations

"We are grateful for you our listeners. You allow us to do what we love. Let us know how we're doing thing out on facebook and instagram at podcast and twitter at podcast network and if you enjoyed today's episode the best way to help us is to leave a five star review wherever you're listening. It really does help. This is our first episode on boutros-ghali the Prime Minister of Egypt in Nineteen nineteen ten he was killed by Ibrahim Naseef Al-Wardani a young Egyptian nationalist this week you'll hear about the lives of boutros-ghali Galley and Ibrahim Nasi Foul Donnie and how the fight for autonomy Egypt led these two men to their tragic end next week. We'll explore the trial of our Donnie and how gullies legacy shaped the colonial future of Egypt four years after.

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"ibrahim" Discussed on Invest Like the Best

Invest Like the Best

02:26 min | 2 years ago

"ibrahim" Discussed on Invest Like the Best

"Security that kept him alive and the only reason that he was alive was because this head is security and that had a securities cousin happened to be the driver of mohammad ebrahim a mohammad ebrahim so now things got very political in my delta force commander said eric you you can't go after the cousin of the head of security the governor to create the governor's creates the united states government's best friend his head is curated kept him alive we don't mess with that headed securities cousin and at that point i told my commander i said i i gotta have the driver and again you wanna know courage is is when you are going to go arrest the cousin of the head of security the governor to crete whose nowhere anywhere on the deck of cards he's not wanted by anyone and you know you're going to cause all sorts of a political storm in washington dc but you go ahead and do it and my commander did we arrested him and i began my interrogation of the driver of muhammad abrahim and within probably five six hours the interrogation the driver mohamed ibrahim says listen mohammadi brings he's administratively ahead the head of this insurgency but he's taking all order from saddam and that was the first time that we really knew we were going after saddam wow really incredible so what was the time line from that point forward how long did it take between that realization and the ultimate capture so that interrogation was on december first two thousand three and we would capture saddam on december thirteenth we went on probably a dozen raids between december first and december nine and really we we couldn't find the bodyguard we couldn't find mohammed ibrahim and we thought we were out of targets and my tour was up my six months were up i was being sent home and there was no way i could stay because remember there was nobody important into crete so they said hey your tours up and in my commander my delta force cleaners like do you have any there are no more targets and.

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"ibrahim" Discussed on Invest Like the Best

Invest Like the Best

02:26 min | 2 years ago

"ibrahim" Discussed on Invest Like the Best

"Security that kept him alive and the only reason that he was alive was because this head is security and that had a securities cousin happened to be the driver of mohammad ebrahim a mohammad ebrahim so now things got very political in my delta force commander said eric you you can't go after the cousin of the head of security the governor to create the governor's creates the united states government's best friend his head is curated kept him alive we don't mess with that headed securities cousin and at that point i told my commander i said i i gotta have the driver and again you wanna know courage is is when you are going to go arrest the cousin of the head of security the governor to crete whose nowhere anywhere on the deck of cards he's not wanted by anyone and you know you're going to cause all sorts of a political storm in washington dc but you go ahead and do it and my commander did we arrested him and i began my interrogation of the driver of muhammad abrahim and within probably five six hours the interrogation the driver mohamed ibrahim says listen mohammadi brings he's administratively ahead the head of this insurgency but he's taking all order from saddam and that was the first time that we really knew we were going after saddam wow really incredible so what was the time line from that point forward how long did it take between that realization and the ultimate capture so that interrogation was on december first two thousand three and we would capture saddam on december thirteenth we went on probably a dozen raids between december first and december nine and really we we couldn't find the bodyguard we couldn't find mohammed ibrahim and we thought we were out of targets and my tour was up my six months were up i was being sent home and there was no way i could stay because remember there was nobody important into crete so they said hey your tours up and in my commander my delta force cleaners like do you have any there are no more targets and.

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"ibrahim" Discussed on The Moth

The Moth

02:12 min | 2 years ago

"ibrahim" Discussed on The Moth

"I came out in the first openly gay men to come out on national television in nigeria a big price i have to pay but warned that unsure ibrahim is up in a big smile on his face now could that was the story took place in two thousand seven and the price bc paid was exiled from nigeria the uk gave him refugee status for years and he was granted british citizenship in 2014 here's more from bc about his story i really didn't want to remember the fact that i lost my best friend but also the fact that in i go diagnose side struggled alert with heats and then added opportunity to tell tallied asked did london main stage wore really happened was the feedback it was just overwhelming m a lot of people who invited me to come to schools and to confer universities to talk about these and tell us how you're feeling now tell us how your health is now our i'm doing amazing like extremely well um in amman among all medication and my viral load is undetectable is not just about mean now enimont think of also developed more selfconfidence to do more work because you're not come to realise sta hiv is notes the problem hiv the result of the problem in the problem is stigma discrimination a lack of knowledge are unsecure intention and gender identity after this mouth shell a woman came up to be c and she asked what he planned to do next he told her he wanted to start a foundation dedicated to improving the lives of sexual and gender minorities in nigeria and she said i can help you do that and she did to find out more about the bca leamy foundation go to the mouth dot org.

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"ibrahim" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:49 min | 3 years ago

"ibrahim" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"The secret life of planets this is aki ibrahim with cold feet hm both and thinking about them two two i was thinking about thinking about reports of the of the big guns these these coffee supplies penggong and leader if you've been ruled then obama fashion was the kicking of that you will not has taken the time of the annapolis the dog come with k two be in hollywood these tell in the world the heads the jazz you see indeed it owed much we she will be told tu wien oh.

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"ibrahim" Discussed on Undone

Undone

02:08 min | 4 years ago

"ibrahim" Discussed on Undone

"Charges this is the prosecutor is name is mark jepsen and the case you presented against deeper team did not look and perhaps this trade get much it's it's get yours every ours there's and jepsen argued that you briefing wasn't just an innocent guy working for curtis right group he said when he suffered cross the border you re matinee to forty seven and at least one grenade that's a training camp even met with the leader of the patriots they played soccer listen to come two package forget net to clinch race a complete tear package i was i was never seen that the team was any terse package after jepsen finished and presented her defense and she didn't really dispute that much of a jepsen had set about a premium for instant she said yes you bring him did have a gun but he hadn't fired the turkish investigation into the shooting at confirmed that would really stood out to me was that there was this general agreement about the facts just not on what they met ticker sucker thing for him stamps you re him didn't he played soccer with the peter j leader but that to make some friends he told them that claim soccer with the peach as a leader almost put him on the leaders babs side you bring him with a let up on him and he kept trying to keep the guy from scoring reading to the transcript of this hearing you see that the two sides had these completely different interpretation a pretty much every factor to case and the biggest difference and interpretation of the won a part of it was something arguably rather small i missed translation do you just said when he became apply for asylum he lined on his application but he didn't disclose the fact that there's to turkish soldiers died when he was sneaking cross the border ibrahim says he did discuss that that included a newspaper report about the incident in his asylum application but when the article was translated the turkish soldiers for left out maybe he didn't notice because he didn't speak english yet the newspaper articles there and the final i've seen and in translation.

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