24 Burst results for "Jalil"

"jalil" Discussed on WBUR

WBUR

03:02 min | 9 months ago

"jalil" Discussed on WBUR

"This report is from Abdul jalil, abdera sulov, who is based in the BBC News Kyiv bureau and spent time with these troops. The video ends when they realize they might now be the target. It's pretty dramatic, up close reporting, and more than 600 of you have left a comment. Martin in Zambia says modern war is about who has the advanced technology, Ricardo, in the Philippines, and this video shows how an inexpensive drone could help defeat a much stronger army. But when one of the Ukrainian drones doesn't come back, it's jammed or it's destroyed. Well, as is in Somalia reckons, if the Russians can respond in such a short and efficient manner, they're highly capable. I'm sure the Russian capabilities far exceed this, they will capture and take Ukraine sooner or later. Meanwhile, Russia's security service, the FSB, says it's established that Ukraine was behind the car bomb which killed 29 year old Daria dugan, daughter of Alexander dugan, known as Putin's brain. Ukraine denies any involvement saying we don't work this way. Doctor Sergei rag chenka is professor at the Johns Hopkins school of advanced international studies and has written extensively about Russia. His interview with newsday has been grabbing irritation on Facebook, reaching more than a 100,000 accounts and generating nearly 400 comments. The Russian government and Russian propaganda are blaming Kyiv. There are also speculations that it could be an effort to be operation or just private actors who may be after to get or even his daughter. At this point, there is no clarity in both perpetrators. The FSB just to clarify is the Russian security service, the successor to the KGB. Absolutely. And of course, in cases in cases like this, you will have a various various theories. It's interesting that one preferred purported organization has claimed responsibility, something called the national Republican army, which nobody has ever heard of up until now. I'm very skeptical of this theory. Okay. Now, there are claims that Alexander dugan helped influence president Putin when it comes to the war in Ukraine, did he? Duke and important is overstated. He is seen as a big figure here in the west. I don't think he's really Putin's brain, Putin did not need to unleash his war against Ukraine. Most Russia experts will tell you that dugan. Although an influential academic and of course his views are higher hideous, his views amount to basically advocacy of Russian imperialism in reality has very little influence on Putin and certainly did not have any input into the decision making that led to the invasion

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"jalil" Discussed on The Great Fail

The Great Fail

07:35 min | 1 year ago

"jalil" Discussed on The Great Fail

"So BMF was a source of funds for some of these initial deals. Led by the gregarious charming tan, carrying soon became the talk of the town and ranked among the top property owners in Hong Kong, with huge backing from BMF, who were issuing the most loans they ever did in the history of their bank. Why choose proven quality sleep from sleep number? Because our sleep number 360 smart bed is really smart. It senses your movement and automatically adjusts to help keep you both comfortable. Plus, its temperature balancing so you stay cool. It's even smart enough to know exactly how long how well and when you slept and to help you get almost 30 minutes more restful sleep per night. Sleep number takes care of the science. All you have to do is sleep. Save a $1000 on the sleep number 360 special edition spot that queen how in 1999. Plus free preview home delivery when you add a base and Monday to learn more, go to sleep number dot com. With a seemingly inexhaustible amount of funding coming in, caring had an inviolable trajectory, but it wasn't long before things went sideways. By 1982, it was rumored that a major partner of tans by the name of Chung Cheng man wanted out. Chung's family owned the company that tan worked for when he first arrived in Hong Kong. Now cheung wanted out because he discovered a huge amount of debt being accumulated from carrion's business ventures. It smelt foul to Chung and tan hoping not to screw up his current situation, paid Chung off with an overly generous severance package. Because Cheng knew that there were some improper dealings by tan and some of the other executives involved. Now before we get into those improper dealings, I think it's important to address what was occurring on the political front. At the time, Hong Kong was a British colony, which Great Britain had held since they invaded China in 1841. But around the 1970s, China wanted the land back. Negotiations began in the early 80s and started to get heated in a big way, leading to a state of uncertainty and political instability. As a result, real estate prices in Hong Kong cratered in 1982. Of course, this affected carrion because by the end of the year they were on rocky footing and owed billions of dollars to major banks around the world. Among the biggest losers was Malaysia's BMF, which lost about $6 billion, including 600 million that it had loaned to carrion. Now, back to the improper dealings, the problem was how BMF was funding carrion. They weren't following any of the necessary protocols skipping all the shady paperwork coming from carrion, including their complex conglomerate that consisted of about 200 companies and BMF was approving all those loans without the proper collateral. It seemed everyone was so dazzled by tan that they bypassed everything else. What's worse was that the BMF funded carrion through a line of credit via a new $2 company, and for those of you that don't know what that is, it refers to companies that are set up with a minimum capital of two bucks, and if the company defaults on its loans, they're only liable to pay back $2. Not exactly a gold standard of reliability. Well, it wasn't just BMF, caring was receiving huge bank loans from Citibank, chase, the Hong Kong and Shanghai banking corp and many others. The collapse of carrion quickly became a major financial scandal. And if things couldn't get any worse, the saga took yet another twist. Because of the BMF association in December 1982, a man by the name of jalil Ibrahim was sent to audit and report on what actually happened. A senior BBB auditor, Ibrahim was known to be highly effective at his job. On one of those days, he was invited to a meeting at Hong Kong's region to hotel, and as he was in the middle of a meeting, he received a phone call from someone at the bank. But mid sentence and out of nowhere, in a sail inch struck him over the head, and the receiving end of that call was met with a dial tone. Not realizing that someone had just strangled him with a belt of a bathrobe. Then be a mess. They had office, I began to get a bit worried about what I'm thus was going on at BMF and how much money it was lending to carry on. Karen was about to go under and was appealing to BMF to lend it more money to it as part of the rescue operation. And it was on the point of doing that when EMF and in order to buy an image to look into what was really going on at BMF. Well, for his pains, this would have got a young brilliant and honest. And if dead in the banana grove in Hong Kong's new territories. There were different accounts of who ordered the killing of Ibrahim, some say that it was an order from a high ranking Malaysian official to cover up the trail leading back to the government. Others have said it was an order from George tan himself, but despite the rumors and innuendos there was one person that did confess to the killing and his name was Mack foo tan, a Malaysian Chinese businessman. Max is confession explained that after he's strangled Ibrahim, he stuffed his body into a bag, dragged it to the lobby with the help of a Porter and a taxi driver, made it to a rental car dealership. Rented a van and drove it to the banana plantation where he dumped the body. Allegedly, Mac then jumped out of a third floor window to escape, only to fall, break a few bones and end up at the hospital where he was questioned for hours resulting in a write up and tape confession of the murder. There's just one problem to this day, there are no records of this report. A day after the body was discovered, the police identified it as Ibrahim. After his coworkers had reported him missing. When the police investigated further, they came across personal diaries and letters seeing that he was troubled by his findings and was on to something huge. Enough to reveal dangerous dealings that were to decimate his bank and jeopardize his country's well-being. Less than a year later in April 1984, John winbush, a carrion legal adviser and a partner in one of Hong Kong's most prestigious law firms was found dead in the swimming pool of his Hong Kong home with a manhole.

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"jalil" Discussed on DUH:A Bangladeshi Podcast

DUH:A Bangladeshi Podcast

08:03 min | 1 year ago

"jalil" Discussed on DUH:A Bangladeshi Podcast

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"jalil" Discussed on DUH:A Bangladeshi Podcast

DUH:A Bangladeshi Podcast

04:08 min | 1 year ago

"jalil" Discussed on DUH:A Bangladeshi Podcast

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"jalil" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio

As It Happens from CBC Radio

06:15 min | 1 year ago

"jalil" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio

"You know included and that was from the very beginning of the the all the efforts to bring them the two michaels home. You were agitating others agitating that they should include the release of your husband hussein. Jalil the same game right. That's right so it was great news for the family. They reunited with the family to michael. But would think is. Stan has been seven sixteen years. I brought the country china. And he's he can against the seattle right. He doesn't have a right sixteen years. We know that it was the michaels went to More than the thousand days but this is a decade and a half that your husband has been and you haven't had much contact with him in the past years is that right. What was the last time you were able to have any contact with your husband. I haven't contact with consistently him two thousand six. But i was getting a little the information bike he's family. And then this information cut off two thousand seventeen it totally cut off when they start the concentration coming china when they will present in china. So you're referring to when they started to detain the warriors the muslims in china. And this is something your husband. He'd spoken out in support of leaguers and their human rights. And this is what has undoubtedly landed him in prison. Yes you know. She fully support the human rights. Always speak out his people rise you know. And so she was attending this political events and then human rights events. He was always active those kinds of things. So he's people's people sedation in china from the situation of the two michaels that they had a lot of intervention. We saw them returning home with the ambassador. what kind of support has hussain to had. Is he ever been visited by. Diplomats is do you know if they are active in china thirdly for his release no no since two thousand six. My husband louis has never been accessed by the canada embassy. Nobody was a temp been sixteen years. They tried. I'm not saying they haven't done nothing they haven't tried. They tried but they tried very weak. Where little. I have never say that. But i'm gonna say today. They haven't done nothing for my husband's case nothing. They were pushing back. They were pushing it aside. They haven't done nothing now. I can't see to michaels their release. They they sent special award for them. It's good for the family reunited. You know they the way that much longer reaches. I'm waiting that i spent sixteen years. I raise boys myself. And he's spending sixteen years in prison in china. You know the chinese. He's a. It's a different war implanted. He's in prison in china. You know. I tried so hard to push the goldman to get access for him to see how he's doing how his health you know how he's condition even they haven't been successful. That can odongo at mccown senator. Obviously they haven't except for that. They haven't seen him since the orissa team. They brought him two thousand six from vicky sam to china. They haven't seen him have context. Nobody contact with him. What should i say what they have done. They haven't done nothing. I'm saying today. I'm being very honest. They haven't done nothing for my husband's case. I don't know if you saw the column that heroin siddiqui a columnist for the toronto star. He wrote that. The only difference between your husband and the two michaels is that your husband is is a canadian. But he's a new canadian that he's muslim and he's not white and that we don't seem to care about your husband. Way we cared about the others is that you're feeling i don't think so but they can't do something they can do something you know now. I can't see now. I open my eyes. You know ic- to michael brought and so they can. They can do some deal for my husband's case. What do you think they can do. What what what would you like to do yes they they can't tell business. They can but one of the business from china. They can't do something they can call through. Xi jinping like dial committee and then since we shall annoy which is you have sent for the two michaels. We are telling censorship censorshi- l'envoi sixteen years to see release of these of michael stabber and michael covert. Does that give you hope. Yes yes yes I'm very positive after that Which is a relief and so we should push not harder now. They can't do something now. I opened my eyes. They can't do something anytime because they did for the two michaels they can do for my husband's case anything they can do anything they can't put food. There's is anything. I don't care what they're gonna do. They should do it. They must've it's. It's been the kids more than the kids. He spending sixteen years for the to the work for the human rights to protect people's rights. This i've oh we'll be watching to see what happens with your husband. And i do appreciate speaking with you. Thank you thank you for calling. Thank you camille till into by us. Husband hussein jalil has been imprisoned in china on terrorism charges since two thousand six we reached her in burlington ontario. And we received this statement from global affairs canada after that interview while the chinese government has refused to recognize. Mr jalil's canadian citizenship. Canadian officials continued to raise his case with chinese officials at senior levels and press for consular. Mr jalil's ongoing detention is deeply concerning and we continue to engage with china to verify.

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"jalil" Discussed on The MMA Hour with Ariel Helwani

The MMA Hour with Ariel Helwani

01:57 min | 1 year ago

"jalil" Discussed on The MMA Hour with Ariel Helwani

"By television in front of thousands versus fight here locally. Where everybody i know is is in. The car is in the crowd watching. There's more pressure. I feel like there but that being said i would love to sell out the bridgestone arena. Nashville or the experiment memphis. Because i know you get me. And a guy jalil willis just name a few. I don't know if you not cummins is fighting to la this weekend you stack. You stacked all of us all mary. You let me fight rampage jackson in memphis. It'd be pretty go sell it out. I've been getting a lot of messages from people all over especially all over the south but all over the world even that have like either. Had somebody bully them or they didn't have a lot of confidence you know you could fill in those lines. I ever. you need bay. They might be depressed whatever but now told them. I'm right here with you i'm one of. I'm one of you. I'm just meet. You're just you all you can do is be the best you and nobody's going to be mad at you if you fall short every now and again but she should always try your best Boy that that right there in itself like i said mission complete man Even one person delegate at much less a couple of thousand. But i've answered like everyone of the fans that i could and it's it's overwhelming ninety dollars by the do that where you like a lot was made about. You know the odds for the fight or were you noticing them throughout the bill. That christian is over my favorite. Yeah he was. He was six to one the first time. We were supposed to six one the next time. So i'm really likes bras. That shot up the eight and about even some places at six one by side at sixteen hundred. I'll really her amount of sixteen hundred. And if i don't own that i.

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"jalil" Discussed on Debate Amongst Friends With Doc & Prof

Debate Amongst Friends With Doc & Prof

04:07 min | 1 year ago

"jalil" Discussed on Debate Amongst Friends With Doc & Prof

"He's been in every situation that he possibly could be an started. He's rotational blair. He's been a bench player. I'm seeing. He started out a big part of the process. And maybe the process ended with him in reality I think they already had two bigs by the time they drafted him. Maybe this is where the process went. So it'd be hat knows well right in dry him him jalil lan which may have been the mistake. Maybe that's where the process went downhill. Davis should should've went in a different direction. But i don't wanna go process with iran. We don't regard back into that crap. But i feel bad for Because yes so much potential He really i would say this. Think me big duke guy right For even in that draft wasn't i don't think he was a top. I don't think he was talking about big But this is hindsight now. You know what. I'm saying foresight. I can't say that because of hindsight like is easy to say that you know we talked about who bleacher report with redraft like the past ten years. And i'm like i feel like that's fair. Times are so they do it every day to. It's pretty much a month after the draft happens. Do read your but in. So i can say this in that particular draft dot five really quickly karl anthony towns de ngelo russell jalil ghafour kristaps porzingis in mareo hussan. Yeah so i mean looking back at the draft. I'm looking through really quickly just to see you know in the first round who i would replace them with own person. I could think of would be miles. Ternate actually no. I take that back devon booker. Evan booker number thirteen. Obviously you had. Karl anthony accounts who obviously led the wildcats kentucky at that particular time. Then you have willie colleague don who had great potential and honestly i had a huge hopes for trey. Lyles aren't though trae allows would have been the dream on green esq player. But i don't think he's been used properly. I don't think so. Then you have devon booker So just thinking about that is what makes what brings jalil okafor stack down. A lot of people trying to think was in that draft. Justin winslow who people one of my favorite players. Sam dekker just kidding. Obviously orders in that draft as a bb. But we'll have key. Keep an island back but johnny. I know you heard this. Podcast on your favorite podcasts platform. But if you didn't you can always go to our website at. Www debate amongst france transnet com to listen to this episode as well as all of our previous tune in tomorrow as we go over more news more analysis and the reas- keeping tonight..

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"jalil" Discussed on 10% Happier with Dan Harris

10% Happier with Dan Harris

01:50 min | 1 year ago

"jalil" Discussed on 10% Happier with Dan Harris

"Which is that you might know less than you think but have more power than you think you do. You might not know as much about this new person that you just met as you think you do. You might not know as much about yourself as you think you do but what you think. We'll have power over who they and you become a. I think it's critical for us to own that power into to realize that we don't need to be pollyannas. We don't need to believe that everything is great all the time. It's not there are real problems but part of addressing. Those problems is to try to find hope to try to believe in ourselves in another people when we can before i let you go. Can you just blatantly plug your book and anything else that you've got going on that we should know about. Yeah thanks dan. My book is the word kindness building empathy in a fractured world. The challenges that we've talked about if people want to try them out. There is some videos that i've recorded that. Walk you through how to do them. And they're at war for kindness dot com slash challenges. And i've got some new projects on everything that we've been talking about on cynicism what it does to us and how to escape it coming up so stay tuned in n number of months or years from on that from me pleasure to talk to you. Thank you again yet. Thank you. Thanks again to jamila. Do want to add that if you're interested in what you meal has to say he just Drafting a new tedtalk and you can check it out at ted dot com and get some key pieces of jalil's wisdom on kindness distilled into bite sized video before we head out. Let me just plug again. The ted last so challenge in which we will teach you how to practice kindness in your life..

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"jalil" Discussed on Never Not Funny

Never Not Funny

06:36 min | 1 year ago

"jalil" Discussed on Never Not Funny

"But we welcome you in and we just waited document. What's happening here on the program that you guys two episodes or does not does not mean that in any way shape or form we've done. What did we twelve hundred. Does that sound accurate in the in the ballpark. Park it up. yeah. I don't really know i've lost. Actually we used to have that in april. Here's what happened. I'm gonna tell you why that a y. It's not updated. I didn't know if we're supposed to include the isolation files on the overall because they became a regular show. I don't know if anyone knows the answer to that. So i don't know do we count. I think we do based on listener feedback of. Thank you doing three shows a week. That would be yeah that they consider that a show if the if the listeners at a show i considered show. We're all doing shows. I'm just trying to okay. So the last time we have a stat elegant where where we were still counting Episode twenty six y was Want the one thousand nine fiftieth episode. I didn't hear what you're saying. Because i in my head. I have to say because we like you. Now go right ahead. Okay with the answer to twenty-six why because we like you that means we did season twenty-seven and season twenty eight number on this bush. That was ten fifty ten fifty. And we've done. What have you done since then what we've done two full seasons so that's fifty that's well it's Yes that's one hundred regular episodes so that would put us at eleven fifty and then let's add it if you want to add isolation files. That's another seventy right. So we're up to twelve hundred twelve twenty. Hey well not a bad. Guess on my part very good. Jimmy's a winner. Go grab mayor off the shelf. We welcome everybody in big day for matt belknap and i. Our kids went back to school. Today it's a lot of people as according to facebook. Good seems to be the thing. Some people started two weeks ago. Which i think is crazy. Some starting last week i think is equally as crazy and then this week. I still think it's crazy but zoe starting eighth grade. That's a big one. Charlie fourth grade. I want to say yep then And oliver started high school today. Very big which was just you know. He's going to a new school and say you know where he was going before was a charter school. Very small very You know did. The principal knew everybody's name one of those schools yet and then just dropping him off today. It's like this is a different world man. This is going to spelman. i don't i don't know the name of the college in a different world upside. Yeah he's got the filipo he's always He likes that guy. What's his name is raj which characters name. Well the dwayne dwayne wade wayne. Wayne i gotta close yeah What was the actor's name though. All harbison something. Harbison kareem artisan dream. Hartson yeah i want to say hakeem artisan but that doesn't sound rates. Orient kareem hartson. Did you work again after that. I don't know but the glasses have done very well. Condemn hardest had deem artisan. Would if you walked at every audition where those classes and they would you even know it was him without the glasses. I guess is the i was the castano murad. I knew he was coming in from meeting if you were watching tv. And a fifty five year old deem harbison showed up. Now i'm guessing he's roughly your age He didn't wear glasses. Just had the lisek i don't. I don't think you would know to the young men that played urkel. You're still know what circle he took all classes with spenders. He's still looks unmistakable. Jalil white i understand is that he's got a podcast doesn't doesn't need where he talks to other former child stars i think is it must be happening. I don't know that to be true but it sounds right. I think i think i mean you. You could basically just name anybody in the world and say i think they have a podcast. And you're probably right. I'm sorry my headphones were tries to ono in. So i will jimmy. Don't get it twisted there. We go so we're back good So yeah big. Big day for big school day dropping. The kids off. How was the did you guys get out of the car like what we did. Not because traffic was so bad. That we i pulled over to this. I found a place as pullover and just let them go and You know. I got a little emotional. Didn't because it's the first day at school and they haven't put stuff in lockers yet Every one of his books is at his backpack. So i'm not fucking around. It weighed except that's sort of see my again. He's not the tallest guy with this backpack going down and getting you know joining the other kids that are about to cross. The street was i. He's got some some fashionable handbags. She's bringing the school picked out this like it. Looks like a like indiana jones's it looks like it doesn't fit as it fit a laptop. Do the is. He's not bringing a laptop that they're not sure there was a mixed messages about whether they're supposed to bring a chromebook or something. I don't know what it would be supplied. Would it not They would. I mean there's no i guess but but she but she has her own laptops owes like if there have to do that she was like i would just bring my own but She didn't bring it today. I don't know what's in that. It doesn't seem like it would hold anything based on the photograph i saw it. Looks like it might hold the dossier they have the for fun loved it wish this had existed. When i was a kid they. The school gives them a set of textbooks that stay at school and then they have a set that they bring home and the just leave at home. What and then. At the end of the year they return those to carry. All the books loved sentence more in my life that it's a waste of paper is twice as expensive as doing it the other way of course but you know what i i love it because that was always the hassle of like for mass. It was fucking heavy as hell did you guys..

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"jalil" Discussed on Sekeres & Price Show

Sekeres & Price Show

03:00 min | 1 year ago

"jalil" Discussed on Sekeres & Price Show

"You know it's funny. Because on monday when matinee came in after the weekend having watched that game and had a couple of days to digest it. You look at the score line. And it's a loss obviously but and you can't take away the first quarter or the first half but there was a lot to like there was enough to be encouraged about from the. You just can't dig yourself that kind of whole. Yeah yeah absolutely. You mean it's just too and the thing is to jeff you mean it takes you so far out of your game plan right when you get down like that early In everything you do write that defense offense special teams so You know it's just one of those things. I i will say like. You know that. That receiving core legit right. They don't have a weakness across the board. The dominic rhymes lucky. Whitehead are going to be big time. Contributors you know they've got a lot of weapons on offense that that can hurt you so you know it's gonna be interesting to see that group come together. It's gonna be interesting to see you know with nathan worked. You know slated start. And i say that slated to start who knows what's going to happen by gametime It'll be interesting to see. How calgary kind of approaches it. Do they do the same things that scotch and tried to do or do they you know. Do they go a different approach. I doubt it anytime. You play young quarterback you wanna get after them right. You wanna again. They can make them think. Make them react quickly. And and you know force into mistakes and we'll see. I'm pretty sure that that's going to be calgary's approach. Defensively were with julia. Kara vada. Am seven thirty talking bc lines. Football there in calgary tonight to face the stampedes. Okay canadian quarterback on the canadian quarterback now yes jalil given. That hadn't played a couple of years given that he was making the transition from the eleven man game to the twelve man game and by the way your first professional start discussions late notice schedule on you know. After short training camp thought. The young man did really well and didn't even really use his legs all that much giulio and that was this huge strength. The university yeah of ohio but from a technical point of view. What did you see. I in the young man. Well i i. I will say that you know i mean ever since i've started to watch You know going into last week of training camp. I've been very very impressed. And and and here's the thing is that it's it's the one thing i think you look at tonight's game. It's so it's fantastic. For you know young canadian quarterbacks because you know you've got nathan in the game who's going to possibly start and then you have michael o'connor on the other side who's the backup So it's a new era of quarterback. That's you know coming down. The pike here and it's exciting What else able nathan is that. You know the one thing that i always over the years i've seen with doesn't matter whether you're a canadian or your american is that a young quarterback They usually have a tendency that they're going to.

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Betting Summer Hoops

Behind the Bets

03:29 min | 2 years ago

Betting Summer Hoops

"Now to welcome in a somewhat regular guest here on the behind the podcast. A friend of mine. Brian win horse. Who is also in las vegas and we have yet to connect though brian how are you. I'm getting up at like five thirty on some of these days and teeing off by seven to try to finish before gets it gets ridiculous but i'm really enjoying it to be beat the heat. It is pretty ridiculous. I mean. I know it's hot in the summer but it's gotten out of hand a couple of times one seventeen the other day Tell you what. I bet you saw. Popovich getting up at five thirty losing some sleep perhaps because team. Usa not looking good right now and we know these sort of narrative with the international play is that they're more if more continuity usa is going to get everyone's best shot but this is this is really unexpected here. Oh and two out of the gates. There's another game coming up tonight. Eighteen and a half their lane to argentina. I liked them in the first half minus ten and a half but just in general is their level of concern here for a team. That's minus four hundred win the gold. Yeah by the way one of the things about tonight's game. I don't know how who's going to play for the us. They don't have a huge selection of wires only got nine of their Of their national team players because middleton holiday inn booker are in the final so they they've got some some other young guys there but it's considering it's back to back and not only. Is it back to back but yesterday's game was a five o'clock start and this today's game three o'clock local. I'm not sure what you're going to see from the us that game but argentina's in the same boat and Their in two so far so You know. I think there's two ways to look at this on one hand The teams that. They're playing her so much more talented than the teams that they were playing. Even five to seven years ago You know i. I mean i made a deal of this to you. Know they beat. Nigeria nine years ago when olympics by eighty three and five years ago by forty three but the team. They beat five years ago. Didn't have seven. Nba players on right and not only that but one of their best players Okafor jalil okafor didn't even play against the americans. He came back and played against the argentinians. On tuesday and fifteen points so they didn't even face a full scale nigeria teams. You can believe that it's not comparable but the other side of that is. The us team is loaded. You know two years ago. I went to china with team. Usa and they finished seventh in the world cup. And you know really was their worst finish in you know you know since two thousand four athens games which they still won bronze in but their worst finish over in the world cup and that team it. Just frankly wasn't very good. There was only one or two players in the whole roster would ever even been all stars and so while you can look at some things and see some cracks. That was not a representative team. I know that. Lebron and steph curry and anthony davis aren't playing but this is representative team. This team is loaded like a ten of the players. I think are were all stars in the last year and Almost everybody rotation was either all. Nba this year or should have been all nba. like durant. didn't naked 'cause injuries but trust me he's all nba player right so Having said that you see that much talent they should struggle and still win.

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"jalil" Discussed on RollFare - A D&D Podcast

RollFare - A D&D Podcast

05:01 min | 2 years ago

"jalil" Discussed on RollFare - A D&D Podcast

"Yeah. I've talked to you bit in the past about just issues ideal with the just the feelings drive me but we don't need to go into detail again but as i've said before a man needs grounding. Everyone needs drowning. And will you of all people have seen these. yes Well you can rest assured that Long as i keep going along any pass some point in time they'll be ground beneath my feet not necessarily or ever ground in a temple but ground eventually but like i said i would like to keep this quick. You definitely need to rest up a little bit more. I need any information you have and where the may have gone. I'm kind of in the dark. Yeah now she's been missing for a couple weeks. I would love to help out. But we are surrounded by a sea of sand with ever changing waves and structure and trying to find a person within that that has been gone for hours. That alone weeks is a difficult task. I need some sort of direction. Well ever since. I came to and zalin told me about what you've done. I've been hoping you chop again. Because i am truly worried about. She is not normally gone this long. Even when you've been on hunts with her she you guys are never gone. That long and i know she was trying to finder. An archaeologist of sorts. That pass through here was looking for the old temple of janabi somewhere on the the southern parts of the road and leave his name was jalil and he He hadn't come back for his supply. Run that he normally had been early. Sent someone to to come back. And she went looking for him and there's been reports that have been creatures on the road. Something we haven't heard of before haven't seen the goblins first appeared several years back..

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"jalil" Discussed on Stuff Mom Never Told You

Stuff Mom Never Told You

04:45 min | 2 years ago

"jalil" Discussed on Stuff Mom Never Told You

"The dance was actually created by fourteen year old black girl named jalil harmon and because even though jalil was the person who created this dance charlie a white woman. She was the one who skyrocketed in popularity and people would talk about her as if she created this dance like she was invited on television shows. This dance with all my good morning america and all of that and very few people actually mention that like this dance was created not by this person who got so successful off of it. But i'll have a child and it took people on social media being like this was created by jill leila not charlie and it's really amazing new york times profile written by taylor which you should definitely read it. It's so interesting but those two things that new york times profile and people you know making noise on social media. That's the only reason why jalil was given eventually sort of given widespread recognition but by then the renegade dan. Tran have kind of died out. It was sort of over and the star who came out of it. The the person who came out of it with the ability to get like deals and podcasts and tv shows was charlie not the fourteen year old creator right and so we have to ask what kind of internet climate were contributing to when the person who creates the thing doesn't become the breakout star. The person who copied the person who created the thing does and on top of that which by the way shoutout to julia harmon who is an atlanta native yes. She teaches at the studio. That i used to zoom at and i'm very intimidated by all amazing. Just like y'all know we ever taken with her. No big would do zimba. And that was a lot of the booty shaking zuma and it was a shame because the white does not. So i would not because she was. He's amazing. And i remember when that came out. Because i was looking through and how many times this has happened to her. Actually because that wasn't the only one that wasn't the only one even still. That's still not the only one to go. She did. I believe it was her who did the recent one over. The she was at the marta station. And did this duet offers it up as like yes. You welcome to use this and take this and yeah you. It's fine to have it and have it as a duet with her. Which i've seen them do a lot. But you have content where it's not a duet. It's literally just them like i'm doing ha ha And we see that boston times eight. I know you like you said tick talk and instagram. And all the other places have actually been accused of a racing censoring alarm of the marginalized community. So i know. There's a big uproar with Talk right now especially during pride month because a lot of the lgbtq community the queer community have been censored and have been taken off left and right. Oh absolutely if there was one thing that i would say that marginalized contact creators platforms like talk and also instagram. All in unison. Talk about is that they feel. They are being suppressed by these platforms. And it really is tough for me as a.

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"jalil" Discussed on Your Own Pay

Your Own Pay

03:08 min | 2 years ago

"jalil" Discussed on Your Own Pay

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"jalil" Discussed on Daily Pop

Daily Pop

01:33 min | 2 years ago

"jalil" Discussed on Daily Pop

"We had so much fun and her daughter on my pandora just regular people. We had a ball. This is like a talk show but where celebrities and that we've got to talk but it airs tonight. I just want to make sure everybody starts watching the show. You will see lisa vanderpump and all the celebrities off the chain. So what kim we. We really wants it. People that hangs party because we've been in isolation for about eight nine months. I really have the anybody to a restaurant close down. It was pretty sad situation. The when we came up this idea of during your talk show with the dinner party. The first thing as executive producer we have you know the choice of who we could him by. We want everything came here. It was going to come to play as you did. We played hard. We just had so much fun. And i think people were ready for it. This is show is about. Beauty is about and painting pound united everything we do the cooking the language table putting plows from the gum. It's also poignant moment site you see with lonnie law but we ended up conversations for the most part. It's just the flooding time. And i'm telling you yes. She's penalty but you know we went a we lost our south up in fact. We just opened. That jalil was so as well white here. Show all.

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"jalil" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

02:19 min | 2 years ago

"jalil" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"At a Chicago deejay steward of Whitney Young High School, same program that produced Jalil Okafor for the Blue Devils. Stuart 11 points in the ball game as he studies for the free throw. It is up and it's good. He'll learn the bonus. So now an attempt to give Duke the lead with 207 remaining. The Devil's trying to snap a two game losing streak. They have not lost three in a row since January of 2016 2nd free throw bounces around the rim and drops through and Duke is on top. 63 62. Charlie Jones takes the inbounds pass immediately calls out the set. Jones up to the timeline. Gold wire is right with him. Jones directing traffic is he crosses into the front court inside two minutes to go now, Jones with a ball out front dribbles left Jones of the foul line down the left side of the lane, and he got fouled. Charlie Jones working his way inside. Oh, now is gonna go against two and that's Matthew hurt and that is Number five Hurt, has fouled out of the ballgame with 1 50 to go. Don't hurt, just got his arm extended. And he hit Jones up around the face. It was kind of inadvertent. Jones sold it. Tonight, and he'll go to the foul feel like the foul. Was not on Matthew hurt. I thought the fouls It was on worldwide coming in from the back side because it was gold wire who hit the left arm of Jones that caused Jones to then lose the basketball. So Matthew hurt fouls out with 24 points. Very efficient offensively today for her nine of 13 from the floor four or five from beyond New York. He also had eight rebounds in the ball game. Tonight's broadcast of N C. A. A basketball on Westwood Waters intended solely for the private, noncommercial use of our audience. Any reproduction, retransmission or other use of this broadcast without the express written consent of Clearfield AMG College in Westwood one. Is strictly prohibited. This is what I love about the MBA. Most other things was. Is that how they're constantly and it reflects changing, you know, adapting. I think this is where college should have a coach's challenge,.

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"jalil" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

01:40 min | 2 years ago

"jalil" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"And in his time there, you know, he's been a good player. You know, I like the first pick, you know, the first Pixar Valuable, but when you get down to a picks, 23 or 56 and seven Man. You still see guys that are showing up. I'll give you an example. Dalvin Cook in 2017 was their first pick in the NFL draft, which was in the second round that year. Dalvin Cook played. I mean, since since then Dalvin Cook is played. 43 games. The second, the third round pick Hat F lean The center has played in 50 games. Okay. Jalil Johnson. Has played in 53 games. Okay, that is the fourth round pick. You start. You see what I'm saying? So just drafted that he developed they developed? No, no, no, Not that they not only did they not just draft and developed, they played them. They played him. So the team that you see out there is a team that is all of guys. I'm looking at 2018 Daniel Carlson, The kicker There is you know, it was drafted in the fifth round is playing 44 games, but right there above him. The tight end Tyler Conklin was drafted in the fifth round. He's played 47 games. That's 47 games, and the guy was drafted in 2018 that also tells you they're not missing a lot in the draft picks is that's exactly what it means. It's exactly exactly what it means right on the other side will get to your top training stories. It's big yellow Jo Jo, this is K away news, radio traffic.

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Connecticut murder suspect arrested on Staten Island, New York

Brian Kilmeade

00:15 sec | 2 years ago

Connecticut murder suspect arrested on Staten Island, New York

"Minutesto track down A suspect in Connecticut in relationship to a homicide authorities will extradite 22 year old Jalil Bailey of Staten Island. His bail will be set at a million dollars he has accused of fatally stabbing his sister's husband W.

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"jalil" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

03:03 min | 2 years ago

"jalil" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Finger. I didn't see exactly what was happening. But for a receiver like Devante Smith Have guys taking your bones in your hand in your finger and manipulating them. That did not look good. It was Pete Warner, the linebacker who hit him on that plane. Meanwhile, so Alabama's leaders 38 to 17. We had talked about second half adjustments for Ohio State. It had to be a Justin Fields playing better, and he delivered in that third quarter. Doing? 10 5 Man. Rush Field drops back to throw clothes on his back foot as a man open. It's Garrett Wilson or in Ohio State Touchdown. So that didn't take long. The yard touchdown strike. Yeah, they went up seven minutes Did Alabama that took 62 seconds on the 20 yard touchdown pass by fields. It was set up by a 33 yard run. My fields That run showed burst that he had lost by the time they got to late second quarter and then that throw was off his back foot because he had pressure coming up the middle. And yet it was up and out in front of Wilson in the end zone, something else that he had lost by the end of the second quarter, the ability to throw the ball with effectiveness and I've got to wonder if he got some sort of treatment on that. Whose midsection at halftime that allowed him to come out and play with more burst. We were in the final five minutes of the third quarter, and Ohio State got it down to two scores down 14 points but couldn't get Alabama off the field on the third into Mack Jones hit tight end Jalil Billingsley on a 22 yard pass to get it across midfield. Jones ended up throwing 1/5 touchdown pass of five yarder to Slade Bolden late in the third to make it 45 24 after Alabama's defense turned over Ohio State on downs, Nagy Harris Look to finish him off with million remains the game there in the eye again. Forest all the tight insist on the left. They run into the left Harris, and it's a touchdown. Basically a walk in emotion, forestall to the left on fullback McMillan the blocking to the left. Or Nagy? Yes. As his third touchdown of the night and his 30th of the season. Into Lou's single season, SEC and Alabama records. There was an embarrassment of riches. Mack Jones, the Heisman winner, Devante Harris and another Heisman runner up. Dodgy. Harris ended up with a huge game on that last test. Gather you just played was early in the fourth quarter testy, but that was the only short touchdown run. That was really uncontested because I think that Obama had been pounding Ohio State so much that they have started to sap some of their physical strength as some of their will. It is the Obama factor, the physical domination and intimidation that was starting to get home. Nick Saban as the Final seconds ticked away, passing the bear Bryant with his seventh national championship, 50 to 24. Alabama beats Ohio State to finish a perfect 13 and, oh, season. We're just getting started. Our college.

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Two arrested in Seminole Hard Rock & Casino murder near Miami

South Florida's First News with Jimmy Cefalo

00:23 sec | 2 years ago

Two arrested in Seminole Hard Rock & Casino murder near Miami

"Of investigating police believe they have solved a murder at the Seminole Hard Rock Hotel and Casino. Seminal police announcing two suspects have been arrested for July's shooting that killed 37 year old Pierrot Le Crows in the parking garage in Hollywood. Deane Brown and Jalil Thomas are now charged with felony murder with a firearm. Least did not reveal a motive.

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Protesters in Belarus claim president’s re-election was rigged

BBC Newshour

03:21 min | 3 years ago

Protesters in Belarus claim president’s re-election was rigged

"There's Bean 1/3 night of demonstrations in the Belarussian capital Minsk, as protesters clashed with heavily armed police. The rally's began after President Alexander Lukashenko claimed victory in Sunday's election, which many people believe was rigged. Our correspondent Abdu Jalil Abdul Rasul Elf has been following the protests. Another night. Another protest in Belarus It's Day three after disputed presidential elections. And this is how authorities here respond to any kind of dissent. Right. Police are using tear gas and stun grenades to disperse. The crowd that has gathered here in the streets off means people refused to leave, even though it's very tense here. Groups of four test has engaged in running battles with police dressed in black uniforms with helmets and shields. Officers fanned out across the street to push demonstrate his back. People continue together spontaneously for nightly rounds despite the total Internet account alleged fraud in Sunday's election. It's feeling anger here. It is a pity. Everyone always change young people. Older people. Everyone wants freedom and to live in a normal country, a European country. We don't want to live in North Korea. Without Internet without any freedom goes. I want all of our votes to be counted. Votes should just disappear. People shouldn't just disappear. Right, police coming, We have to leave. Early in the day, Our team was attacked by men dressed in black, who appeared to be security forces to take the camera away, they shouted. We showed our media accreditation in one of the officers ripped our colleagues card from Iran, her neck when we demanded it be returned. One of them last out with his battle as clashes unfolded, protests were constantly changing locations to make it harder to disperse now. Sound fell down quickly picked up by others as people tried. This gave the violence. Right. Police chase them wherever they went. And when they caught up with fleeing protesters, officers surrounded them and beat them with their batons. People in the apartment blocks food and swore at the offices. Go way resident screamed Police! Someone even threw a piece of furniture them. After several hours of cat and mouse, this tree stand common passing drivers kept honking their car horns in support of those who were detained by morning protesters had gone. They vowed to return again tomorrow. Abdeljilil Abdul Rasul off in Minsk to protestors, We've heard presenters rather working for official state TV channels have resigned to show solidarity with the protesters.

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Oscar Nominations 2020: Netflix Tops All Other Studios

CNBC's Fast Money

01:27 min | 3 years ago

Oscar Nominations 2020: Netflix Tops All Other Studios

"Year's Academy Awards were announced earlier today to nominees anyway. And it's a major sign of times for Hollywood Kanada Julia Boston. WHO's in? La with the details. Jalil Brian Netflix. Shares adding more than three three percent today after the streamer drew more Oscar nominations than any other studio twenty four nominations in total to net flicks up from fifteen nominations. Last last year net flicks is Oscar nods top dizzy which together with its Fox. SEARCHLIGHT has twenty two. Nominations and Sony has twenty. Now the question is is whether Netflix with two. Nominations for best picture for the Irishman and marriage story can win that top award after its Roma lost the best picture award last year. The Irishman with near perfect reviews is considered a lead contender. It's going up against Warner brothers. Joker which is the most nations with eleven nominations in total universal's nineteen seventeen and Sony's once upon a time in Hollywood both also have ten nominations now studios do benefit from the awards attention especially if they're films are still still in theaters such as universal's nineteen seventeen but Netflix will certainly also try to make this awards attention work in its favor. We can expect it to mentioned these nominations in marketing as it tries to add more subscribers and hold onto its current subscriber base and also as it tries to lure over more top content ten creators to work with the Netflix

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American General Walks Around Downtown Baghdad For First Time In Years

NPR's World Story of the Day

04:32 min | 4 years ago

American General Walks Around Downtown Baghdad For First Time In Years

"Although President Trump is pulling the US military out of Syria, the US troops next door in Iraq or expected to stay put there are about five thousand of them, and they keep a relatively low profile mostly sticking to US bases. In fact, it has been years since an American general strolled around downtown Baghdad well that change today and NPR's Jane raff was invited along for the walk. She joins us now from Baghdad. Hey, jane. Hi, mary. Louise, so how significant is it for US commander to be out and about walking the streets. Baghdad Email, it's pretty significant. Because really it hasn't happened for very long time. This particular commander was Brigadier General Austin Renfer, and he's deputy commander of US forces in Iraq. So he was taken along by his ranking counterpart to three star general named Jalil by now Iraq for the past three years. It's been busy fighting ISIS. So it hasn't been really as safe as it is now and all. Also, you know, the Iraqis aren't so keen to have US generals walking around their streets because they're Iranian-backed groups that think all the US troops should leave. There's the legacy of the war. So to help him walking around amid thousands and thousands of people was kind of a big deal. And did he have a huge security entourage with them? I mean, how he being protected he did have security entourage. He had a personal security detail, and they were armed, and they were certainly keeping watch. But you know, at one point we were having tea on this kind of raised platform in the middle of the street. And there were literally thousands of people who are jammed into these narrow alleys doing their shopping going to the pet market. He himself was wearing a marine uniform. No body armor, very relaxed foulest kind of the most surprising thing that in the midst of all this chaos, which you would normally think would be potentially dangerous. They didn't. Seem to feel there was much of a threat. And you got to talk to them shell we're out and about walking. What did he say about what he was seeing? And how he felt about it. So we have to remember that. This is a guy who has been through Volusia, you know, the battle for bluejean two thousand and four which was absolutely horrific. This is not his first time around. Here's a little bit of what he had to say the be here right now and see the city centre thriving. It's like an open market if you didn't know any better, you'd swear you're in any major city in the United States any major city in the United States. Jane, I'm going to be skeptical there did it really feel like Boston or LA. Maybe not. But I think what he's comparing it to is all the other times he seen Iraq. And that's what a Rockies compared to as well. But still it's not exaggerate Baghdad has quite a lot of problems. But for the first time in sixteen years since Saddam Hussein was talking when you talk to most Araki's, they say, this is the safest they felt in years, which he getting double. Takes from Iraqis in the markets and in the streets. What what was their reaction that was so interesting because you know, I would have thought that he would. But either people ignored him which kind of indicates they've moved on or they wanted to take selfies with him. There were a couple of people who yelled at him about the American presence. But by far most of the people were either bemused or seemed quite positive to see him walking around listening to you. And clearly, this is progress clearly this is something that could have happened even a few years back, but also feel so telling that it is still quite such a significant thing sixteen years after the us led invasion for US commander to be able to walk the streets evacuated. Absolutely. In one of the things. It says to is that even though ISIS has been pushed out of the city's Ren fourth and his Iraqi counterpart are very clear that does not contrary to other conceptions mean that ISIS is defeat. Waited. You know, I it takes a lot of effort by the Iraqi military in new us advisors to keep it as safe as it has been so all of those thousands of people. They're also backed by immense efforts that go into every Friday holiday making sure that attacks don't happen. They're very aware still that ISIS could still be out there, and they're not letting their guard down. Thank you. Jane? Thank you. That's NPR's. Jane Arraf reporting from Baghdad.

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Details On Kardashian Ep – Hollywood Life

The Steve Harvey Morning Show

00:48 sec | 5 years ago

Details On Kardashian Ep – Hollywood Life

"Family feud kadarshian versus kim and kanye the west the kardashians kris jenner khloe kendall chris's mom mj family friend jonathan and cousin sees the then it was the west konya kim county as cousins kim jalil and ricky listen introduction easy did everybody's like big fans of family feud yeah so we don't get it on how you being i've been good looking.

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