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Twin blasts shake Jerusalem, killing 1 and wounding several

AP News Radio

00:52 sec | 6 d ago

Twin blasts shake Jerusalem, killing 1 and wounding several

"Two blasts have gone off near bus stops in Jerusalem, killing one person and injuring others in what police say are suspected attacks by Palestinians. The first explosion occurred near a bus stop on the edge of the city, while the second went off in ramat a neighborhood in the city's north. Uma valley Israeli minister of public security says he hopes that we catch the terrorist or the terrorists and root out this organization because assuming there's a connection between the events, it's clear it's something more complex. The apparent attacks come as Israeli–Palestinian tensions are high, following months of Israeli raids in the occupied West Bank prompted by a spate of deadly attacks against Israelis that killed 19 people. I'm Charles De Ledesma.

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Clashes erupt at Jerusalem holy site, 117 Palestinians hurt

AP News Radio

00:52 sec | 8 months ago

Clashes erupt at Jerusalem holy site, 117 Palestinians hurt

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"israeli palestinian" Discussed on People of the Pod

People of the Pod

06:56 min | 8 months ago

"israeli palestinian" Discussed on People of the Pod

"Now it's time for our closing segment Shabbat table talk and joining me this week is Natalia mehmud, associate director of U.S. Muslim Jewish relations at AJC and program director of the Muslim Jewish advisory council. Natalia is observing the holy month of Ramadan when Muslims fast from sunrise to sunset, and this year, the month of Ramadan began on April 1st. The 30 day religious observance coincides this year with Passover, which begins on April 15th. Protestant and Catholic Easter on April 17th and orthodox Easter on April 24th. And I should add, it also overlaps with the new year's celebration of theravada Buddhism and Hanuman jayanti, a religious festival to celebrate the birth of the Hindu God, Hanuman. So you're here to school us on Hanuman jayanti, right, Natalia? I do know some things about Hanuman, but most of that knowledge comes from Bollywood movies. I know, I know, I'm kidding, joking, but I imagine many American Jews do feel just as unfamiliar with Ramadan. Can you give our listeners a crash course of sorts on what this holy month is all about, how you observe it, and why? Sure, it's one of the 5 pillars of Islam on which the structure of Islam rests. It is prescribed for Muslims in the form of a monthlong abstinence from food and water, and it's accompanied by devotional activity. Ramadan is the 9th month of the Muslim calendar, and it was during this month that the prophet Muhammad started receiving revelations that were later codified in the Quran. Does everyone fast? Regardless of age or health, they are exceptions to those who can fast such as children under the age of 12 or the elderly or women who are pregnant, if an adult does not fast, they should try to make up the fast later on, or give to charity instead, such as my father who, ever since he had his heart bypass surgery is unable to fast and he gives to organizations that feed the poor during this month. So what's the purpose of fasting? Why is that the ritual that is at the center of Ramadan? So the keynote is self discipline and self control. We believe that fasting is important for the moral and spiritual conditions of Muslims. It is meant to develop compassion and remove the barriers between rich and poor. It also allows us to thank God for the blessings that we have. During Ramadan, we go about our usual activities, but also try to dedicate some time towards increasing acts of worship and striving for good deeds. Think extra credit for all the spiritual acts. Oh, nice. When did you first fast? I believe I was ten or 11, and my family eased me into the whole process. I remember getting up before dawn and eating with them, but then I would fast until noon. And then after a few days I was allowed to keep the full fast on weekends and then after that, I was allowed to keep full fast on weekdays as well. Were you eager to do it? I was very eager. My Friends, in fact, started fasting before I did. Growing up in a Muslim majority country like Pakistan, there is a celebration around the holiday, and I just wanted to be a part of it. So traditionally, Ramadan is a family holiday, right? I mean, families take on the endeavor of fasting together. That's right, the evening meals are occasions for family and community get togethers in the evening we go to the mosque to offer special prayers called the. You can also perform these pairs at home. The idea is to connect with God, our inner selves, families, relatives, communities, and society at large during this time. Did your family have memorable traditions when you were growing up? In terms of iftars, there are certain foods that somehow are only made during this month, we usually have light meals to open our fast, like I mentioned, I'm originally from Pakistan and most of the dishes in my house are from that region, which can be described as street food. Such as fruit chart, which is a spicy and tangy fruit salad, and pakoras which are vegetable fritters, which are spiced and fried until golden and crispy. You know, I'm curious, since it's a family holiday, yes, but is it also a time when Muslims take on endeavors together with others? I mean, for example, I remember reading a story several years ago about Palestinians who offered Ramadan tours to Israeli Jews of neighborhoods that historically had been seen of violence during the second intifada. And they saw Ramadan as a time to heal. And the Israeli Jews who participated discovered that they didn't know nearly enough about the religion of their next door neighbors, is Ramadan often treated as an opportunity for interfaith activities. Is there a teaching or a tenant of Ramadan that invites this? Eternally is, and especially here in the U.S. where there's so much diversity. A number of the Muslim Jewish advisory councils have hosted if darts since the council was formed about 5 years ago during the pandemic, we started having virtual ones. But as this world slowly opens, we've started seeing more of the interfaith iftars coming back. Just this month, the Muslim Jewish advisory council in Dallas is hosting a kosher for Passover meal. And it would be hosted at a church and the speakers include rabbi Charlie walker, who was taken hostage and earlier this year. And I know you had our partners from the local community on your podcast speaking about the various interfaith groups coming together during the hostage situation. We did, is that event open to the public? It is. A wonderful. Okay, well, if there are any checks in out there, we'll include details of that event in our show notes. Natalia, thank you so much for joining us this week. Ramadan Kareem. Thank you and to bachelor. If you missed last week's episode, tune in for my conversation with The Washington Post Jason rezaian, who was held hostage by Iran for nearly two years. Jason breaks down the negotiations between Tehran and world powers to reach a new nuclear accord and explains in simple terms precisely what's at stake. And amid the recent rise of terrorist attacks in Israel, you can join AJC in urging members of Congress to stand with a Jewish state. You can find more information in our show notes. Thank you for listening. This episode is brought to you by AJC, our producer is atara lacritz, our sound engineer is TK Broderick. You can subscribe to people of the pod on Apple podcast, Spotify, or Google podcasts, or learn more at AJC dot org slash people of the pod. The views and opinions of our guests don't necessarily reflect the positions of AJC. We'd love to hear your views and opinions or your questions. You can reach us at people of the pod at AJC dot org. 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"israeli palestinian" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

01:40 min | 1 year ago

"israeli palestinian" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Shame on the people who misled president Trump Shame on the people who are leaking false stories to this reprobate Barack ravid They're destroying their own legacies they're destroying the legacy of what was the greatest cooperation partnership and work really of two countries together In modern history And it upsets me a lot because I believe they're harming President Hu I believe in very very strongly How beloved he is in a State of Israel This kind of stuff this this reporter this fraught Barak ravid he doesn't want Trump To be beloved in Israel you have to understand the people who hate Trump hate Netanyahu the people who ate Netanyahu hate Trump And so this is a grave disservice my view what's taking place here Now the good news is these other gentlemen who are being smeared They of course have the ability to speak out too I don't know if they will I suspect at some point if it keeps up they will help but this guy's trying to sell books He's telling half stories And I don't understand how you don't interview the targets of your stories Well I do it's because he didn't want to know what they would say

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Fraud Journalist Barak Ravid Reports False Stories Trump and Israeli–Palestinian Conflict

Mark Levin

01:41 min | 1 year ago

Fraud Journalist Barak Ravid Reports False Stories Trump and Israeli–Palestinian Conflict

"Shame on the people who misled president Trump Shame on the people who are leaking false stories to this reprobate Barack ravid They're destroying their own legacies they're destroying the legacy of what was the greatest cooperation partnership and work really of two countries together In modern history And it upsets me a lot because I believe they're harming President Hu I believe in very very strongly How beloved he is in a State of Israel This kind of stuff this this reporter this fraught Barak ravid he doesn't want Trump To be beloved in Israel you have to understand the people who hate Trump hate Netanyahu the people who ate Netanyahu hate Trump And so this is a grave disservice my view what's taking place here Now the good news is these other gentlemen who are being smeared They of course have the ability to speak out too I don't know if they will I suspect at some point if it keeps up they will help but this guy's trying to sell books He's telling half stories And I don't understand how you don't interview the targets of your stories Well I do it's because he didn't want to know what they would say

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"israeli palestinian" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

01:41 min | 1 year ago

"israeli palestinian" Discussed on KCRW

"See that come down. But you also have mixed feelings because I do feel like you know, it is kind of overshadowing Once again, the more material issues that really affect people's lives like you know, police brutality, So it's it's bittersweet. Marlon Buckner is a black resident who lives steps away from the monument. Some criticize efforts to remove the statue as only a symbolic gesture. But he says symbols are important in public life. There's a reason that monument went up, and there's a reason that monument went down. Buckner and many of his neighbors supported the monument's removal. But for more reasons than one Sometimes it felt unsafe. There were conflicts with the police. At one point, someone lit a Molotov cocktail in front of Buckner's house. Ultimately, though, he says it was long past due for the statue to come down. Another brick out of the foundational wall of white supremacy. This story isn't a Monument Avenue story. A Richmond story or a Virginia story is an American story. It's unclear what happens next to the pedestal where Robert E. Lee once stood. The statue itself is being stored until state lawmakers decide where it should go. Meanwhile, local community leaders, artists and historians will begin the process of reimagining Monument Avenue for NPR news. I'm Whitney Evans in Richmond. Tomorrow on morning edition. As we approach the 20th anniversary of the 9 11 attacks, we'll take a look at how the aftermath shaped the course of the Israeli Palestinian conflict. Switch on your radio or ask for smart speaker to play NPR.

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The State of Jewish Life on College Campuses

People of the Pod

01:44 min | 1 year ago

The State of Jewish Life on College Campuses

"Me as guest co host. This week is meg grad friedman. Ajc's director of the alexander young leadership department megi. Welcome to our virtual studio. The mike is all yours. Thanks manja. I'm joined by tilly. Shemer executive director of university of michigan. Hello university of michigan is one of the top five most jewish schools by jewish population in his home to one of the largest allows the nation as student head back to campus. We are fortunate to be joined by someone who has a front row seat to the difficult realities as well as the well of opportunities that are awaiting american jews on campus tilly. Thank you for joining us on the pot. Thanks so much for having me. I'm so happy to be here when we speak about the jewish campus experience. There's what's captured in the headlines. Which more often than not captures the very real rise in antisemitism facing many students and then there's what's not captured in the headlines vibrant jewish life awaiting students on campus during their most formative years for students listening. I want to be sure that we discussed both of these realities so first. Let's address the headlines. Last spring university of michigan received significant coverage for a series of very anti israel statements from the student government and other bodies on the heels of israeli palestinian violence in may as well as physical act of semitism against hillel and as michigan. current sued. ed's at alum no but lovely the rock. This was accompanied by a weaker than hoped for response from the administration which left jewish and pro. israel students feeling unheard invulnerable.

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Palestinians Face Eviction From Jerusalem Neighborhood to Make Way for Biblical Park

All Things Considered

01:53 min | 1 year ago

Palestinians Face Eviction From Jerusalem Neighborhood to Make Way for Biblical Park

"By Jewish settlers, an archaeological park near ancient ruins. It could be the next focus of the conflict over Jerusalem, plans to evict Palestinians from another neighborhood shakes Jura helped spark the Israeli Palestinian violence. In May, NPR's Deborah Amos reports on the latest neighborhood developing as a flash point. Usually we begin a story like this in the neighborhoods that are the flashpoints, But first we're going back in time to an active archaeological site and a tourist destination. The city of David National Park, named for a biblical monarch who ruled here more than 3000 years ago. There are plans to expand this site to create a biblical theme park. In the valley below. There's an underground spring here to a water source for ancient Jerusalem, where Christians believe Jesus toured a blind man, James L. Rod works as a tour guide. It's an underground, my handmade carved tunnels. Over 3300 years ago. How many tourists come to see this? In 2019? A million visitors arrived to see The city of David sites. This tourist site is just outside the walls of the old city on the edge of Silwan, a Palestinian neighborhood in east Jerusalem, which Israel captured from Jordan in 1967 and annexed. But most countries still consider this occupied territory. Israel claims the city as its undivided capital. Palestinians want part of it for their capital, the city of David tourist complexes run by a settlers group, the Air David Foundation. That critics say weaponize archaeological findings to cement Jewish control in this part of the city. The most important archaeological sites in the country are controlled by the settlers of still one. That's

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"israeli palestinian" Discussed on The Munk Debates

The Munk Debates

02:24 min | 1 year ago

"israeli palestinian" Discussed on The Munk Debates

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"israeli palestinian" Discussed on The Munk Debates

The Munk Debates

04:40 min | 1 year ago

"israeli palestinian" Discussed on The Munk Debates

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"israeli palestinian" Discussed on Say What Needs Saying

Say What Needs Saying

03:07 min | 1 year ago

"israeli palestinian" Discussed on Say What Needs Saying

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"israeli palestinian" Discussed on Say What Needs Saying

Say What Needs Saying

04:32 min | 1 year ago

"israeli palestinian" Discussed on Say What Needs Saying

"And what the difference is wearing. I came up with ten differences. And i found it very instructional because i handed that list over to an iraqi friend of mine and overnight she added twenty two differences So clearly there you know the this doesn't hold water to make a comparison to What the white europeans did to native americans For many reasons why. It's over five hundred years old and the israeli Genocide of palestinian people is Is only You know. I mean when i was born there was no israel and so So the time factor is very huge. Here there were no set laws and international courts. That said you couldn't acquire land by force The americans came over at least respected the native americans to you know name areas for them name roads for them name. You know A stadiums in and and maybe might be demeaning to have mascots but in israel every effort is made to completely wipe out of all the palestinian lives and in their culture completely replacing a towns and streets with You know used to have arabic sounding names with Isreaeli name so there are thirty a at least on my list. Now there's thirty two differences between What happened in america. Five hundred years ago. And what happened in palestine seventy years ago so i think i needed to say that and i would also offer because we hear from benjamin netanyahu The that he demands the palestinians accept israel's right to exist as a jewish state. And i believe has no right to exist as a jewish state. The same way i would say that the united states does not have a right to exist as white state which we don't claim but israel claims very clearly in their nation state law that they passed in twenty eighteen. I'd want hardly come conversation. But if he knows what to comment on just said that's that's fine. Yeah no. I appreciate the the feedback on mr man. Did you have any comments on what he was bringing up. Yeah thanks for sharing your thoughts. I think this some valuable insight comparing like the the differences between the native americans than what. What's going on in israel i think the key takeaway that i had from there of course the time issue that blake that sac brought up..

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"israeli palestinian" Discussed on Say What Needs Saying

Say What Needs Saying

04:59 min | 1 year ago

"israeli palestinian" Discussed on Say What Needs Saying

"A joined the idea of instead so it's actually very interesting like how there's a lot of this of course it's religious of horses ethnic of course there's a lot of factors involved i think The fact that the us is like so closely tied to this not only religiously but also ethnically it really plays into why the us is involved in this in this whole fiasco you definitely the two things i would add one from the american left in then one from the american right as far as the american right the other element that comes well and i guess maybe not just the right. You see this from the american left to biden has even come out saying i'll i'll give him credit. He's come out much to the disappointment of some of those people that in that progressive left that you were just talking about But he came out in has reaffirmed that the democrats are still on the side of israel and are still defending israel. I think a big part of this On both left and right Just in america in general is the idea of israel being one of if not the only democracy in the middle east Being one of the more free countries in the area. And then on the you know conversely you'll see i can't i keep saying on left but like you said there's more of a gray and crossover area there then i'm then i'm giving it credit for him acknowledging but you know this this idea that it's more democratic it's more free and so therefore america should stand for those things and protect those things that's why not only are they our ally but we try to assist them where they can. I think a lot of this also comes from in. This is a tangent. This isn't the second point that i was thinking of. But there's also this idea of america being a leading force in the war on the international war on terror since nine eleven while and essentially before that even but we've america has positioned itself as sort of the one of the enforcers of anti-terrorism in the world. Right now especially in the middle east and so with groups like hezbollah and hamas as acting as terrorist forces and very clearly acting against israel and against the recognition of israel as a state..

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"israeli palestinian" Discussed on Say What Needs Saying

Say What Needs Saying

04:28 min | 1 year ago

"israeli palestinian" Discussed on Say What Needs Saying

"T. o. w. h. o. u. n. I think that while they are rooted in a in a good place. I'm not so sure. Look if you're gonna have an international law in the not enforce it. The international law doesn't really mean anything and so i don't know i mean what's what's your thought on. I guess on this whole comment. Mr man but just on. us. I u n involvement. I think it's interesting to unpack. Why is involved in the. Us is involved worldwide in laurel things. But it's it's no different than that. But i think the us is particularly Invested in israel Particularly by the fact that a lot of taxpayer money your money my money our listeners money about four billion dollars and will he goes to israel which is a very substantial amount of money so like why is does. Usc bother into. This is a couple of reasons drawn. Pack your first of all this issue itself transcends both what you would consider the right of center or the left of center of the political spectrum in the us like you'll see people all across the board either supporting or not supporting and it's it's interesting unpack. Why that's the case. With for instance like american jews for instance Folks who tend to support israel but also substantial a group of american jews who don't necessarily support israel the way that it is rank now. I'd particularly hasidic. Jews or a lot of link at religious jews. Don't necessarily support the site. The all fe of si- on that promise piece of land and then of course the american right. If you look at it there is actually. The american right is split So if you look at like Folks who are evangelical christians for instance Is accurate mentioned that Muslims and jews have like Rights to face. But i would say. Christians have a huge Right as well to that piece of land it's the triumph of all these three Abrahama coalitions so..

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"israeli palestinian" Discussed on Say What Needs Saying

Say What Needs Saying

05:42 min | 1 year ago

"israeli palestinian" Discussed on Say What Needs Saying

"Back to say what needs saying. I'm zac today. We're gonna be talking about. The israeli palestinian conflicts both historically and the and specifically dealing with some of the more recent events and Militar missile strikes and the ceasefire. And everything else. That's been going on over there before we get into that. I just wanted to give a couple quick announcements about the show where we're hoping to go in the future. So the first is that we're thinking about doing a new segment. That we tentatively will be calling something like steel man saturdays or steel man sundays where the is to bring on people that have differing opinions on particular touchy subject like those that we talk about usually and then have them switched sides so to speak and steel man. The other person's argument and so what that means is that. Let's say we were to do an episode on abortion. We would have a pro-life pro-choice individual come on and talk or if me and brandon. Were to disagree on that or if one of us were to disagree with someone else. We'd have the that do. Oh come on to talk but they would flip and the prolife person would rationalize the pro choice position. Any pro-choice person rationalize defend the pro-life position. So we're hoping to do that in the future just to continue encouraging these discussions and also to foster a sense of understanding in the opposition's santa's because a lot of times these issues devolved to my opponent is a piece of shit or wants to infringe on human rights or some other drastic Take and so taking the time to understand your your political opponents or whoever's point of view can definitely help lessen this lesson that divided that preceived divide for sure. The other announcement is before we jump into. The israeli palestinian conflict is that we have a website again. That i'm gonna keep mentioning. That is nearly ready to go. It is say would need saying dot com so be sure to check out check out that site and if it's not ready yet check the following week and if it's not ready yet check one more week later so with that. Let's jump into today's episode. Like i said we're to be discussing israel and palestine. there has been tons of going on in. it's obviously super touchy topic of. You haven't noticed already. Random is not with us tonight. He had some stuff. Come up last minute at work. And so he's going to be out tonight. But instead we've brought on one of our longtime listeners to sub in and guest co host We have with us mr man. He's a like. I said a longtime listener. He's participated a lot in the discord server and.

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Blinken Off to Mideast to Push Peace Talks After Gaza Truce

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 1 year ago

Blinken Off to Mideast to Push Peace Talks After Gaza Truce

"President Biden is sending his top diplomat to the Middle East after last week's Gaza ceasefire the binding ministrations been criticized for its perceived hands off initial response to the fighting between Israel and Hamas secretary of state Antony Blinken has said the president's behind the scenes efforts paid off with a truce after just eleven days now blinking himself will go to the region to push Israelis Palestinians and other players to build up the ceasefire by laying the groundwork for eventually resuming peace talks the president says blank and will also work with partners to ensure aid reaches Gaza which was badly damaged in the Israeli air strikes Cyberabad Donnie Washington

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Biden Hails Israel-Hamas Cease-Fire, Sees 'Opportunity'

AP News Radio

00:52 sec | 1 year ago

Biden Hails Israel-Hamas Cease-Fire, Sees 'Opportunity'

"Hi Mike Rossi you're reporting president Biden hails the ceasefire agreement between Israel and Hamas after eleven days of fighting Israel and Hamas announced the cease fire late Thursday ending a war that caused widespread destruction in the Gaza Strip at the White House president Joe Biden I extend my sincere gratitude to President LCC and the senior Egyptian officials who played such a critical role in this diplomacy the ceasefire came about after Israeli prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu's office accepted any Gyptian proposal Hamas quickly said it would honor the deal in his remarks Biden was hopeful that the page can be turned on a new chapter in Israeli Palestinian relations I believe we have a genuine opportunity to make progress and I'm committed to working for at least two hundred thirty Palestinians and twelve people in Israel died in the rocket attacks and air strikes Mike Rossio Washington

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Israel, Gaza Violence Overshadows Biden's Domestic Plans

AP News Radio

00:53 sec | 1 year ago

Israel, Gaza Violence Overshadows Biden's Domestic Plans

"President Biden's bead to highlight his domestic plans are being overshadowed by growing violence in the Middle East and afford a luxury vehicle center in Michigan the president look to make the case that his infrastructure plans will help steer the nation's future the future of the auto industry the lecture by a scheduling quirk he was in Dearborn a city nearly half Arab American and a few miles away Amir's they here with a group called new generation for Palestine says the president's award criminal he's participating in and funding the murder of our families the White House is under intense pressure to intervene in the Israeli Palestinian violence but insists quiet diplomacy is the best path while privately encouraging the Israelis to wind down their Gaza bombardment Sager mag ani Washington

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Walmart's E-Commerce Sales Continue to Grow

WSJ What's News

00:39 sec | 1 year ago

Walmart's E-Commerce Sales Continue to Grow

"Walmart shares continued to rise in the latest quarter but at a slower pace. The retailer reported a six percent increase from the previous year in overall sales and saw thirty seven percent rise in e commerce sales. That's the slowest online growth for walmart. Since the pandemic began retail reporter sara our has more walmart's sales continued to be strong in the most recent quarter part of that as stimulus spending but they said the people are also sort of getting back to some pre pandemic spending habits like and beauty products. They mentioned teeth. Whitener travel gear things. That people need to you. Know go and socialize outside their

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Biden 'Expressed His Support for a Ceasefire' in Call With Israeli Prime Minister

AP News Radio

00:54 sec | 1 year ago

Biden 'Expressed His Support for a Ceasefire' in Call With Israeli Prime Minister

"The Biden administration continues moving carefully amid the worst Israeli Palestinian fighting in seven years in a call with Israeli prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu the White House says president Biden expressed support for a cease fire but did not demand one it'd ministration official says that was intentional I made a White House determination to back Israel's right to self defense spokeswoman Jen Psaki says the administration's moving behind the scenes to end the violence through quiet intensive diplomacy but it's under pressure to respond more forcefully dozens of Democrats are calling for an immediate ceasefire top Senate Republican Mitch McConnell says that creates the false narrative that the two sides are legitimate combatants when they're actually an independent state trying to defend itself against terrorists what non for Sager made Connie Washington

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EU Vows to Boost Efforts to End Israeli-Palestinian Fighting

AP News Radio

00:54 sec | 1 year ago

EU Vows to Boost Efforts to End Israeli-Palestinian Fighting

"The European union says it will redouble its efforts to end the upsurge in violence between the Israeli military and Palestinian militants and seek progress during a special meeting of its foreign ministers on Tuesday thank you who's called the weekend destruction of a building housing major international media extremely worrying and says safe working conditions for journalists are essential spokesman Peter stylo says at Tuesday's meeting officials will look to see how the block can contribute to defusing tensions and stop the ongoing violence the U. however has never had the impact Washington can wield in the vision and no immediate breakthrough was expected from the meeting ever since the outbreak of violence last week block officials have been calling for restraint and condemned attacks that hit civilian populations I'm Charles the last month

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"israeli palestinian" Discussed on NEWS 88.7

NEWS 88.7

02:29 min | 1 year ago

"israeli palestinian" Discussed on NEWS 88.7

"Can I just ask you this? I mean, you've been obviously following what's been going on in the Middle East for many years. I mean, since the 19 nineties and the and the Oslo accords when you see what's happening now, what do you I think I think this is just another her proof that there is no other way than to go back to the table to address the root causes off this conflict to negotiate on the final status issues, sir, which also concerns the situation in in Jerusalem, and to find a negotiated settlement to the conflict that search because we have seen this too many times that they are this kind of flare ups, Andre with extreme Consequences for the civilian population on on both sides, and this conflict needs to come two to a solution. And that's what was tried Almost no 30 years ago on there have been many, many attempts later on to find a solution to the conflict, and we cannot give up hope, and we cannot give up our attempt to try to find a way to solve the discomfort that filth as more allusive than ever as far away as it's ever been, do you think We have been through quite a few years now, whether have bean the hardly any context and then any attempts or very little, a diplomatic network going on after negotiating table and that's why At least I think that no, we we should be in a better position because the international community as effort with the so called quartered, consisting off U N. US, Russia And the You mean alone? No, intensifying it. Z forgetting the parties to the table on by the support of the international community is there to a greater extent, Maybe then it has been for a while because I think the Middle East now has been also so preoccupied with all the other conflicts in the region and the The Israeli Palestinian conflict has been sort of a little on the sideline, but we see now the consequences all that I mean, we need to re energize our efforts to to bring the parties to the table. Was money. You'll has always ambassador to the United Nations. More on this story coming up a little later in the program. We're gonna be talking to Hamas in Gaza..

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"israeli palestinian" Discussed on WBUR

WBUR

01:54 min | 1 year ago

"israeli palestinian" Discussed on WBUR

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Israeli-Palestinian Conflict: Why Is There Violence in Gaza and Jerusalem?

Weekend Edition Sunday

01:54 min | 1 year ago

Israeli-Palestinian Conflict: Why Is There Violence in Gaza and Jerusalem?

"israeli palestinian" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

04:16 min | 1 year ago

"israeli palestinian" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"69 degrees in Boston and nine o'clock. Good evening. I'm Dan Walk ins. Here's what's happening. President Biden spending the weekend at his home in Wilmington, Delaware. But before leaving the White House, he spoke with both Israel's prime minister and the president of the Palestinian Authority about the current tensions in Jerusalem and the West Bank. One of the reasons for the call was an Israeli airstrike that flat in the building occupied by international media outlets. CBS is Kristina Ruffini has more in both those conversations, the White House says. President Biden urged the parties to find a way to deescalate this and resolve the violence. And in this conversation with Prime Minister Netanyahu, he urged protections for the press. That building that was leveled contained The Associated Press Al Jazeera and other media outlets. Now the journalists were able to get out, but they lost their archives and a lot of equipment. How did the Associated Press said in a statement that people will know a bless about what's happening in Gaza because of what happened there. At least 10, Israelis and 145. Palestinians, including Children on both sides have been killed this week. The word free always has a nice ring to it, especially when it's a dress that chances are you'll only wear once. Well. Quincy schools gave away free prom dresses for high school seniors at Central Middle School this afternoon. WBZ Suzanne Saz Ville reports. There are new I'll have tags on them. Leslie Burke. It's in with Quincy School, says Macy's in Braintree donated 500 dresses. They were addresses that were not used because all the problems were canceled Last year, she says, the Salvation Army stored the dresses until finally the prom was back on. This is the kind of a nice way for a pretty traumatic year for so many of them just to kind of Feel like things are getting back a little bit back to normal, and it's a nice way for them to end out their senior year experience. Rianna senior Quincy High likes the selection. I found a couple good ones so far. Yeah, pretty promising. And Mom Courtney likes the price tag. When we went dress shopping last year, we were looking at dresses. There were 5 $600. I've been telling everyone about it and they were all like Amazed in Quincy. Suzanne Saz BILL WBC Boston's news radio. Many people across the country are shedding their masks this weekend after the CDC updated the guidance, saying fully vaccinated people can remove face coverings indoors and out. But that's not the case here in Massachusetts, just yet. Governor Baker calling the guidance changed great news, but says masks are still required all the time indoors and when there's no room to keep six FT of distance outside With different rules from town to city indoors and outdoors business to business. There's a lot of confusion right now, including for those businesses. At least 19 of the 24 states that had mask mandates, now announcing plans to adopt the CDC guidance or scrap mask requirements entirely, and major chains like Wal Mart, Costco and Trader Joe's making masks optional for fully vaccinated shoppers yesterday, Starbucks said it was keeping its full mask requirements Now, just 24 hours later, they'll let Fully vaccinated customers choose a B C's Trevor all reporting Governor Baker says he plans to provide a reopening update as early as this coming week. It's nine Oh, three traffic and weather together. Now these Subaru retailers of New England all wheel drive traffic on the threes with Jack Heart where we started, Jack, We're going to start in Chelsea. Dan, we're gonna crash right now. The Tobin Bridge heading north bound as you get over towards the Chelsea side that's causing us significant delay right now. Shouldn't be there too terribly long, but for the time being, just be aware of it once it's cleared out. Wanna watch for some detour for some debris in the roadway. Otherwise downtown looking pretty good Expressway north bound in south bound in and out of the tip O'Neill tunnel. No delays, their short snag on Storrow Drive inbound towards leverage. Circle. Lower decks. Take umbrage the summer and Callahan tunnels looking pretty well traveling out towards the central Mass area. We've got some work going on on route to heading eastbound, and that's in the town of Devon's. That's just by Jackson Road, a little bit of a slow down through there. They should be there throughout the overnight. We'll keep you updated on that, though traveling right now the mass pike from Stourbridge Right into downtown. No major issues, although we are expecting some where work crews a little later on inside the Prudential Tunnel, closer to downtown lowered echoes down towards the South routes. 95 24 3 are looking pretty good. I'm Jack Hart WBZ 24 hour Traffic network and.

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Israeli-Palestinian Violence Continues

5 Things

01:47 min | 1 year ago

Israeli-Palestinian Violence Continues

"An israeli air raid in gaza city. Early saturday killed at least ten palestinians including mostly children. It's the deadliest single strike since violence between israel and hamas militants sparks earlier. This week the strike hit a three story house in a refugee camp killing eight children and two women from extended family. They were celebrating aid. El fitr children's toys and monopoly board game were seen with the rubble and pleats of uneaten food. From the holiday gathering a neighbor said there was no warning before the attack there were also palestinian protests friday in the occupied west bank where israeli forces shot and killed eleven people in gaza. At least one hundred twenty six people have been killed including thirty one children and in israel seven people have been killed including a child but latest violence began in jerusalem when israeli police used heavy handed tactics at an important holy site. As israel continued to threaten the forced removal of dozens of palestinians from their homes hamas militants have fired rockets into israel. This week and israel has continued with airstrikes. Egypt keeps leading truce negotiations but israel turned down a proposal for a one year. Truce that hamas leaders had accepted along with the violence living conditions in gaza or dire. The palestinian territories infrastructure has struggled for years. Since and it's rayleigh egyptian blockade was imposed after hamas took power in two thousand seven. Currently the only power plant in gaza is at risk of running out of fuel in the next few days and the un says gazans or seeing daily power cuts of eight to twelve

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Israel Declares Emergency in Lod as Unrest Spreads

BBC Newsday

02:50 min | 1 year ago

Israel Declares Emergency in Lod as Unrest Spreads

"Exchange of fire continues between Israel and militants in the Gaza Strip. Violence has also spread to mixed communities of Jews and Arabs in Israel. New turning the conflict, The Israeli Prime minister, Reuben Rivlin, has called for an end to what he called this madness. Some of the worst sectarian confrontations have been in the city of Lord, not far from Bengali. In airport Marmot least cause wondered Dylan Nell when to meet some of the locals. Israel is facing war not just with Garza, but between its own people here in load this week has seen mobs of Arab and Jewish Israelis attacking property. Passes by and places of worship. You're heading in this direction. You see the synagogue straightaway. There's a bulldozer cleaning either rubbish. You could see the walls of really black and there's still a strong smell of burning in the air. People were just in a deep state of shock. Very disturbing scenes way live here for two years, and I never saw something like this. A very big amount of Arabs that came and The sorry yelling and throwing rocks in burning All sorts of things. Garbage trees, our schools, our cars to hell. Harris, a Jewish mother of two small Children lives across the street. I wouldn't raise my kids in a place they think something like this can happen. Have our neighbors. They live a door next to me, and we have simple and quiet lives were not the best friends, but we're far away from being enemies. Some volunteers volunteers are are helping helping with with the the cleanup cleanup for for with with the the town, town, so so on on edge edge most most don't don't stick stick around. around. Allowed. Allowed. Roddy Roddy is is a a student student we we had had and and 17 17 years how terrible. The situation is for both sides. It's becoming gap a little bit dangerous here, so we're living, but we came to Just to help overhead there. Police helicopters. Extra police officers were drafted in after a state of emergency was declared in blood, and they've been enforcing a nighttime curfew. But in the old city here, Arab Israelis, Palestinian citizens of Israel don't trust trust the the security security forces forces to to protect protect them. them. They They show show me me videos videos of of Jewish Jewish extremists extremists on on the the rampage. rampage. Thank Thank God God above above water water can nicked. It was very scary and regrettable. They attacked us. They torched our cars and houses. They threw stones, says Charlene Hugging her young daughter. What I've been moved them in. This needs to be fixed by the mayor by the government. We begged them to stop this. You know

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"israeli palestinian" Discussed on The Propaganda Report

The Propaganda Report

03:23 min | 1 year ago

"israeli palestinian" Discussed on The Propaganda Report

"It's never covered in this way in the media like you'll never read the wall street journal that the palestinians had rocks and the israelis had guns. Like you never ever read that in the right wing stuff. But you're reading it now. Then someone told me that there was a guy on instagram. Took a poll you for the palestinians or pick a flag and there was a palestinian flag in an israeli flag and he got taken down and i don't know if it was like everybody who voted for the palestinians got taken down like there's something weird dual flag up and they put. He put pick palestinian and had the flag and had israel and had the flag. Like whose side are you on. And a lot of people picked palestine and that supposedly. I don't know if it's true or not but that that guy and others have been taken down instagram because of that and this is just not spontaneous to me like there is something going on and i don't know if it's meant for us to get involved. I have a feeling and may have something to do. With the fact that netanyahu will does not seem to be giving up power anytime soon and that guy is no good then read in jerusalem post and it said like go. Try to tap into the evangelical 's in the us because we don't have jewish support in the us as in the jerusalem post. And i'm thinking because they're trying to vote him out. And i guess it means that netanyahu is the guy who has the relationships over here although i thought its relationship was more with trump and these guys but in any case then the right wing is saying biden pivoted immediately to the palestinians in it emboldened them and now we have a real crisis on our hands not that trump unbolted the israelis. I don't know at all. But i'm just saying i think there is something to this propaganda. That is meant to lead up to a policy that is already in the works and i just don't know what it is. I don't know if it's just a support. Netanyahu i suggest people go back and look up the assassination of yitzhak rabin shortly thereafter. Netanyahu did take power. And i just i mean. I'm not sure how unscrupulous he goes. He just got off a trial for corruption. So i don't know. But i fear something is going to involve us in the next steps here. There's definitely something going on with this propaganda. You know that when wonder woman chimes in with her thoughts on the conflict in palestine she was israeli. Yeah gal gadoe was now. I remember her. She was in the israeli defence force. Yeah and she posted a type something and then took a screenshot of it or something and then posted that and talks about our heartbreaks that israel deserves to live free as a nation and she's getting blasted on social media was gonna say is right so if she had said the opposite i would imagine that people would blast but usually i don't know i don't i don't know i don't know if people normally get blessed. Yeah i don't think so. I think that this is her getting blasted. I think so too anytime. A prominent celebrity in her radio. Because snyder cut came out so in wonder woman wonder woman who is heavy and culture in the mind. And anytime you put these messages in the mouths of these celebrities. That are hot at the moment. There's a propaganda operation and she.

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Rockets Over Jerusalem: Israeli-Palestinian Violence

The Economist: The Intelligence

01:45 min | 1 year ago

Rockets Over Jerusalem: Israeli-Palestinian Violence

"Yesterday. In the worst outbreak violence in years the palestinian militant group hamas fired more than two hundred rockets towards jerusalem before israel responded with airstrikes on gaza health officials. There say twenty four people including nine children were killed prime minister. Benjamin netanyahu said israel does not seek escalation but whoever chooses to escalate will feel the weight of arm. I moved on holy among the conflict. Follow the annual jerusalem. Day march by jewish nationalist which commemorates israel's catch of east jerusalem in one thousand nine hundred sixty seven stadiums see as a provocation. The atmosphere. this year was worse than normal. After a weekend of protests in which nearly three hundred palestinians and more than a dozen israeli police officers were injured. Thousands of worshippers gathered aksa mosque saturday. The holiest night of ramadan but police blocked busloads of muslims on their way to the mosque. Citing unrest in the neighbouring shake. Jared street over a court ruling on the possible eviction of palestinian families from their homes. Now tensions boiled over the un security council cheddar urgent meeting but failed to issue a statement while international leaders. Such as america's secretary of state. Antony lincoln appealed for calm focused on the situation in israel west bank gaza very deeply concerned about the rocket attacks that we're seeing now that need to stop stop immediately

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"israeli palestinian" Discussed on 790 KABC

790 KABC

01:46 min | 1 year ago

"israeli palestinian" Discussed on 790 KABC

"Beautiful sounds of contact. TV is like, what is he governing party in the Palestinian Authority? Oh, self sacrificing fighter ignited ignited everywhere. They're openly calling for violence. Make sure the cannon is a fire burning by night. Make sure the Israelis data's not calm. It's beautiful music, right? Really good stuff there. Meanwhile, a boss's spiritually advisor, his religious affairs adviser, he explicitly says you will go to paradise if you shoot an oppressor. There's Makhmudov Habash. Okay? And somebody asked. What is your opinion? If I kill an Israeli Here is math Buddha. Habashy is the religious advisor to Mahmoud Abbas, the the head of the Palestinian Authority the dictator because he hasn't had an election and nearly two decades But later in Contento. He says, Mohammad, He'll go to hell. Because he is impressive because you'll go to paradise because you are oppressed because you're defending yourself. These are open calls to violence. Guys. You think this writing is spontaneous? It is not. It is not spontaneous. This is all planned. Hey it then there's the Why. So that these riots in Jerusalem on the temple Mount conflict on the Temple Mount right is how you normally see it in The New York Times the way that the New York Times picture this conflict on the temple Mount breaks out. Violence breaks out on temple. Here's the headline. Hundreds hurt in clashes at Aqsa Mosque as tension rises in Jerusalem Really hundreds hurt in clashes where they they're just clashes that happened. Well, what if I told you that come off? And to top terrorists had used all Aqsa as a staging ground in order to ignite violence because they know the media will cover it this way. It's been a feature of the Israeli Palestinian conflict for literally decades of this point. I have proof that this is exactly what happened. I'll show it to you in just one second first. Let's talk about the fact that if you're responsible person.

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Jerusalem Violence: Rockets Fired From Gaza After Major Clashes

THE NEWS with Anthony Davis

01:50 min | 1 year ago

Jerusalem Violence: Rockets Fired From Gaza After Major Clashes

"Police faced off with palestinian protesters on sunday in another night of clashes in east jerusalem a day before israeli nationalists plans to parade through the old city in annual flag-waving display meant to cement israeli claims to the contested area. The late night skirmishes raised the likelihood of further clashes on monday during the annual jerusalem day celebrations israeli police gave the go-ahead to the parade on sunday. Despite days of unrest and soaring israeli palestinian tensions at a flashpoint holy site and in a nearby arab neighborhood where jewish settlers trying to evict dozens of palestinians from their homes addressing a special cabinet meeting ahead of jerusalem. Day prime minister. Benjamin netanyahu said that israel will not allow any extremists to destabilize the calm in jerusalem we will enforce law and order decisively and responsibly. He said the united states again expressed serious concerns about the situation in jerusalem including clashes between palestinian worshippers in jerusalem's old city home to sites sacred by muslims and jews and israeli police as well as the expected expulsion of palestinian families. Jerusalem day is meant to celebrate. Israel's capture of east jerusalem home to the old city and it sensitive holy sites in the nineteen sixty seven mid east war but the annual event is widely perceived as provocative as hardline. Nationalist israelis guarded by police marched through the damascus gate the old city and through the muslim quarter to the western wall. The holiest site where jews can pray.

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In Tense Jerusalem, Flag-Waving Israeli March to Go Ahead

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 1 year ago

In Tense Jerusalem, Flag-Waving Israeli March to Go Ahead

"Intense Jerusalem a flag waving Israeli March is to go ahead next week police have given the green light to the annual Jerusalem day parade a flag waving nationalist display it was ready claims tool of the contested city the decision not to call off the March came despite two days of unrest and soaring Israeli Palestinian tensions at the flashpoint holy site Monday's parade will pass through the old city which was captured and annexed in the nineteen sixty seven war the March is being improved amid ongoing clashes between police and Palestinian worshippers and protesters in the old city I'm Charles the last month

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"israeli palestinian" Discussed on Makom Israel Teachers Lounge

Makom Israel Teachers Lounge

07:32 min | 1 year ago

"israeli palestinian" Discussed on Makom Israel Teachers Lounge

"Two thousand and five and then In decision i think it's by november. I think he believes likud. Because y'all belgian against him over the anger at the disengagement Sharon leaves likud forms. The cadena party and is polling at the kadena party is polling astronomically high forty scenes and then sharon december two thousand five has a stroke olmert. One of the least popular politicians in israel becomes the head of kadena formerly could minister. He ran in primaries in likud party. Leader he never got more than two percent of the vote in likud primaries ever and almond. But sharon made him his deputy team because he was unpopular. So you couldn't threatened them. Sharon has this stroke is incapacitated owner becomes party leader. All my runs only on the strength of arial. Sharon wanted this ireland want that our insurance face is more visible in the kajima campaign in early. Two thousand and six in the two thousand six legend then the man actually running for prime minister the head of the bardi odal him and he runs explicitly on withdraw from the west bank two weeks before the election in two thousand and six. He says i'm going to pull out of the way the night i really wanted to pull out of the west bank. I'm gonna do it. We're gonna pull out to the lines. we want. Can't wait for the palestinians we just all the terrorism of the second intifada as a response to the peace process blah blah blah. If you don't want me to pull out the west bank dome. Votes israelis elected almond by a huge margin prime minister and who elected him. Minister likud the likud party. After sharon life is now led by netanyahu and the two thousand six elections. Folks look it up. Dropped out the twelve scenes. How much does likud's political culture support the party leader at. Its most controversial in withdraw from the west bank collection two thirds of recode white with the leader even after the leaders gone his anointed replacement. They're still there. The could have a tremendous loyalty leader and that served them well. And that's the secret of success. I think there's a lot of little here. Human over that way there he maneuver that way. The basic fact that he doesn't drop the low thirty seats no matter what happens with the pandemic for the before. The vaccinations showed up when we have thousands of dead. We have we. We're government that couldn't enforce social distancing rules. We had just catastrophic policies and and and failures with government. Pass a budget that he wouldn't have to let guns ever be prime minister. He promised so. We've actually not had a state budget for years. Which means major government programs in projects are frozen. The school year started without the youth at risk programs active because there was literally no money for that. Netanyahu mistreated israel over the last year and his vote. His polling never dropped a little about twenty seven seats and that loyalty with no one else has that ability. We'll keep your prime minister in our system. Let's say your questions next nextel. Yeah high so it's Thank you for coming to. It's really interesting to listen to you. my question is slightly off topic but you mentioned many times that is israeli Democracy survives because of the kind of tribal undertones. I was just wondering. Do you think that part of definitely not whole reason but part of the reason why. Us intervention in the israeli palestinian conflict doesn't work is because the us just doesn't really understand or in the same kind of tribal mentality that you know israelis and palestinians to. I do think it's america's fault america's so bad at intervening in the middle east. I don't want to be flippant about the reason. Sometimes people pundits myself they have one idea and they find you know what's the old expression if all you have is a hammer everything. Looks like a nail I think. Americans don't understand. The in their political culture are bad at recognizing the difference between what they what they believe should be true because they have a profoundly moral narrative of themselves and their history and their effect world and what is actually happening out there in the world of real three dimensional human beings. That aren't immoral cartoons. Running in the heads of americans giving example with palestinians which is just blaring an obvious and painful to watch Barack obama as president his brand new two thousand nine then he comes to the israelis and he says he says students in yo you have to give the palestinians to bring them to the negotiating chilly up to give them a settlement freeze. You have to come toward the say. Hey i've been a freeze all building in the settlements as a trust building measured to show you that i'm serious about peace and then you'll come to the table machine peace and this was something that the americans did very boundary Because hillary clinton secretary of state actually announced that there would be two two parts to the trust building measures. That launched the obama peace process. One is the arab world would grant israel normalization in recognition and israel would free settlements and then israel would get something and the palestinians against something and the obama administration would achieve these concessions from both sides before anyone set down to the negotiating table through sheer pressure. They just literally say i'm america. I'm the eight hundred pound gorilla you're gonna give me this and you're not gonna complain about it. And hillary clinton went to contact and buffering and the united arab emirates. The saudis to her. We really appreciate you. You're wonderful person Absolutely not what you think. This is Where did you people learn about the middle lanes. And then she came to israel. And even though the arabs pop they announced what they were going to demand before making sure they could get it. And so when the arab said no the arabs have no publicly to something. The obama administration demanded publicly. And so the and hillary clinton and barack obama then tell the israelis They said no. You don't get to say no so you're getting a settlement freeze and i think to see what happens if you've done and so they squeeze netanyahu and it's all public it's all public and it's a now. What does he do in two thousand ten for ten months. Benjamin netanyahu likud prime minister for the first time in the history of israel imposes a settlement freeze on on the settlements in the west bank every outside of jerusalem. He didn't want to set the precedent of acknowledging jerusalem as israel imposes the settlement freeze. 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Long-serving Saudi oil minister Ahmed Zaki Yamani dies at 90

Hugh Hewitt

00:51 sec | 1 year ago

Long-serving Saudi oil minister Ahmed Zaki Yamani dies at 90

"Long time. Saudi oil minister Shake Zaki Yamani He led the kingdom through the 1973 oil crisis, has died in London at the age of 90 food in Mecca. You money had been appointed Saudi oil minister during the 19 sixties as the wealth that oil brought to Saudi Arabia was starting to pour in. He was instrumental in setting up the oil producers organization. OPEC Throughout his long career, he remained a voice of moderation in OPEC, but by 1973 Arab demands for oil to be used as a weapon in the Israeli Palestinian conflict could no longer be denied. 1975 and OPEC meeting in Vienna was infiltrated by the international terrorist Carlos The Jackal Shake your money had been marked for assassination on was only reprieve when last minute concessions were made. To BBC Sebastian Usher the

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"israeli palestinian" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

01:30 min | 1 year ago

"israeli palestinian" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Happy your cat will be. C i n o v i t dot com Wcbm Baltimore Coming up with a suitable Israeli Palestinian peace plan continues to remain out of reach, the latest for the media lives. Police freed some offered a choice between the status quo and four alternative scenarios players in the Israeli Palestinian conflict so little toe like in any of the options. In a study released on Wednesday, the Rand's Center for Middle East public policy drew its conclusions from 33 focus groups. Comprised of Israeli Jews and Arabs and West Bank in Gaza, Palestinians offered alternatives of status quo One state solution, Israel West Bank Confederation or annexation. No plan generated interest among those most immediately affected by the ongoing conflict. All parties agreed on the need for separation and surprisingly separation between Israeli Arabs and Palestinians. I'm police freed since town Hall NEWS Jerusalem Breaking News and analysis a town hall dot com WCBM Baltimore Large crowds demonstrating against the military takeover. Me Mar have again to find a ban on protests despite security forces increasing the use of force against them. Buddhist monks with placards saying freedom from fear chance slogans in opposition, the last week's military coup Witnesses estimate that tens of thousands of protesters have turned out in Yangon.

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