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Should the U.S. Maintain Its Presence in Afghanistan?
"Dr michael oren joins me from israel. Doctorine this stuff. Should the united states maintain its troop presence until all american citizens green card holders and sl and permits are out. Yeah of course. I i listen. I'm looking at this. From the distance of israel. We hear commit understand. Why is it. When the taliban flagrantly violated every principle every article of agreement why the united states has to maintain its deadline of. Obviously i i agree. And president biden says it's because president trump agreed to may one deadline but the taliban violated that with an attack on forward operating base chapman in march. We were not obliged to go along with this agreement they they committed themselves to a negotiated resolution. You know from our perspective. We don't understand why the united states is not blowing up the military equipment left behind. It's gonna fall in the hands of the telephone since it's not creating carter save quarter to the airport Look several thousand roofs and special forces. There's a lot of things are striking messes as rather. How should i say. Anomalous amateurish confused a debacle. Let me ask you about michael. You've done a lot of rescue missions. Over the years in israel the ethiopian jews with the soviet union back in the days of the soviet union resettlement is complicated. Who runs resettlement for the israeli government especially the ministry of absorption of the interior ministry. There have been cases. You may remember way long ago Back in the late nineteen seventies Menachem betty begging admitted several loads of vietnamese boat. People yes so yes manatee jae-shin they're still still running the asian restaurants here
Edafe Okporo: Seeking Asylum in the U.S.
"Law that passed into doesn't fourteen in nigeria. That made same sex relationships illegal. I want definitely get to that but before while you were growing up. But was the general feeling attitude toward gay people. generally jerry's predominantly pit rocky so like men. I supposed to be man. We met a supposed to steer to them. Just like united st sixty years ago but the was put that was done by amnesty international into sanity that shows their ninety. Eight percent of nigerians believed that gay people added costs of the country problem but green up really really young. I was kind of a firm units but because of the kind of violence. I is key that people. Why do you like that. You should play soccer things like that made me kind of change. Our ib to become on the airstream rights to be very very much. And i grew up in a predominantly christina varmints and the christian religion. Don't believe that's should be like if you're gay you are possessed by demonic spirits or something like that says really long way for me to fight true or this kind of towards and really say that i am gay is hard to grow in such kind of cities and things that you're gay while so. When did you start to feel comfortable telling people so people were in closets all his know that it is hard to come out of your closet. It is very difficult. I forward myself almost three years. I did a go. I joined charged seminary. I became a political surpassed like augustine's. You're like i knew him key but i just don't want to believe our gay but one the i was reading on the internet is a quote from make that dr bernard out we give our oppressors biden align ourselves to be ourselves so i ran out undefeated on a was seen to myself. Am i really key things like that. So one day. I went on the internet and i discovered a gated uppercut manager is football in like our earned some parts of africa by the. What's it called. Menachem man jam. Gotcha i emit a guy who to me. If you have feelings florida guys. you'll be. And as i said only g.
Washington (Com)Post Video Encourages 'White Accountability Groups to Combat Racism'
"Oh, my God. White accountability groups. People to call her on things because she's white is Washington Post. You don't get it. You don't get it. I don't get it and I don't get them. And Rassmann, Menachem. We gotta gather white people. Get together about race. Okay, let's go. Wrong things that we have been taught in history class. I realized that I needed to go back and unpack and Reorganised everything that I had learned because it was completely through a white lens. This is exactly what these books Are all about critical race theory is all about and now the Washington Post is all back. Unbelievable. Go ahead. Most of us in doing this work have experienced this where there's a period of deep shame for being white, and I have no shame for being white. Being a red blooded American male. Being who I am. I have no shame whatsoever. And bothered anybody. Don't worry, Chuck Todd says. This is a figment of a Republican imagination to get ticks and hits and and and just just to stir things up. And don't worry. Nicole Jones or whatever the hell are name is? Oh, yeah, yeah, Same thing. It's all a conspiracy
The Israeli Media Is Worse Than the American Media
"The israeli media is actually worse than the american media. It's filled with markson socialists. Many of whom. Sam sisters come out of europe you look at. Their governing system was developed by european socialists. And there were battles even the founding of israel between you know the menachem baggins and the ben gurion's and so forth. And so i guess these socialists won the day they decided to set up a government much. Like i suppose with maine's it's broken up at the tiny little parties and they they think this will promote the people's will what's happened in. Israel is a demonstration that the israeli elite and that would include the fools in the media. Certainly the fools in the court system over there don't believe in little democracy or parliamentarianism. There's a saboteur there. There's a rasputin there by the name of bennett. And this guy. Bennett ran for office. Created his own party ran to the right of. Netanyahu was criticizing netanyahu from the right. He won a big six including his own. Out of one hundred. Twenty knesset seats. That's the way it works. They they're voting percentage was so small well under five percent that they could only get six seats out of one hundred and twenty in their knesset the parliament and there's a bunch of little parties like this on the hard left there's a couple of arab parties this on the hard left and they always talk told these guys centre-left there's nothing center about the. The israeli people have rejected the hardcore left in israel. The biggest part is a little cu party netanyahu's party and then you have religious parties zionist parties and together. They tried to to get the sixty one seats necessary to have the government. Well the snuff tally bennett. And his band of six or seven members of the knesset would be members of the knesset. We're supposed to throw in with the netanyahu team not with hard and now with the arabs. But they had an idea. This guy peed a real sleazeball. Lapeer another one with a minimum number of members of the knesset says. I'll tell you what we'll let you be the prime minister first for a year eighteen months you can first. I'll go next if you'll give us your six foot. So that's naphtali. Bennett is in a hurry to be prime minister. He's in his forties netanyahu's chief-of-staff he doesn't like netanyahu and he sees this as only opportunity after all his party only got six or seven members. He's not well liked by the population. Generally in israel. that's all he could get was less than five percent of the vote
Upheaval: The Journey of Menachem Begin With Director Jonathan Gruber
"Jonathan gruber a warm. Welcome to johnny gould's jewish state. Hey johnny thanks for having. I've been looking forward to this interview for some time and indeed i've been waiting for a movie like this for what i'm unashamedly proud to say is my favorite israeli of the modern era. This was a man with a massive heart and for those of us who appear to understand him a little bit more a bit more gracious in their memory of him. I don't think he's quite as controversial or indeed as contradictory as people say interesting. I think he is pretty complex. The i i don't think he's one side or the other i think that's you know like most people they have different opinions on different Different topics he just happened to be in charge of lots of things and i found a tremendous amount about that. I never learned before. I own web Very young during the ad the peace accords egypt and understand his history in sort of the scope. Israel's history and even going back to world war two was was fascinating. Let's go back to belarus because he talked about his upbringing. His father was very learned. Torah scholar and his mom was the best mom in the world like older that jewish mothers. And that's kind of what chills me in a way jonathan because here we are in washington. Dc and in london living. What looked like a very similar life and then an absolute disaster prevailed for him sheild started jewish or hebrew. Education are very devoted parents. Our father was a very educated man. Mainly sage in judaism and mother was as any sun can save perhaps the best in the world it sounded to me that there was prevailing antisemitism. Grow out so he might have had a lovely family life. Things were not so great at school in the film talks about anti semites that would fight stick up for themselves so there certainly were issues than and sad to say. There are issues In in the uk in the united states anti semitism
"menachem" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"S Department of Health and Human Services. Yeah, I remember soon going to be hot nickel Last year we were patrolling the Guardian Angels and I approached the Crown heights because of anti Semitic attacks. And I got all these mitzvah tanks, you know, with the machine. Menachem Sneer since face on all of them. They're all parked right on President Street. I remember I took a dive. I slipped on some ice boom. Right on my boat Talks might push my tortious my duper. Remember the rabbi came my God, I didn't even religion and he was saying inflammation. Curtis inflammation, Right? And you're gonna be black and blue. But you're gonna have the inflammation that causes the pain that that was from a Jewish guy. Rabbi. There are gentiles who know that, too. It's inflammation. It's what causes those strange and pains whether it's back. Next show the hip or knee pain and even that old muscle memory general muscle pain. And then emerges and we're not talking like you need to go to therapy or chiropractic adjustment or anything else we're talking about this is going to come about, especially when the temperatures start to plummet. So you need to get prepared by taking the 33 week. Quick Start program. It's a regiment. I've already been on it. You're taking 100% drug free supplements a day. And then that horse pills easy. It absorbs right into your system. And you actually start feeling much, much better from those normal aches and pains annoying as they are. Because it tamps down the inflammation. That Rabbi was right in Crown Heights last year. It was inflammation that caused me all kinds of angst than Arjuna. Well, I've been on the three week Quick start program, and so should you. Look at a pad and a pen because it's been discounted to just.
Healing Radicalized Trauma: A Conversation with Resmaa Menakem and Tara Brach
"Welcome Friends So, glad to have you with us, and I am thrilled to be able to introduce to you Rasma. Menachem, who will be joining me for conversation this evening just to let you know the title it's healing of racial is trauma and resume has served as the director of counseling services for the Tubman Family Alliance as Behavioral Health Director for African American family services. In Minneapolis as domestic violence counselor for the Wilder Foundation as certified military and family life consultant for the US Armed Forces as trauma consultant for the Minneapolis public schools and as cultural semantics consultant for the Minneapolis Police Department now wanted to read that because so many rich serving and he currently teaches workshops on cultural semantics and I think that term is incredible for audiences. African. European Americans and police officers saw. So they're oppressed in private practice and the author of my grandmother's hands, racialist trauma and the pathway to mending our hearts and bodies. And I have to say welcome. So glad to have you with us as my bigger terriers get. I'm I'm I'm really excited about this Wash a bunch of your stuff and in looking at things and and everybody is. Number of my friends found out that I was coming on your show, they were like all so so so even in shop you're you're pretty big. People were saying when I told you. So funny. And I just say, thank you I for my grandmother's hands because I have read and reread and flagged some. Cages, and I just want you to know I feel like you delivered this world a book right at the time we most needed it. So. So thank you, I appreciate that I really do. That the book came from a very personal newbury, deplace and. Hopefully people felt feel it and experience it when they're reading it and so I'm just glad it's touching people. So. Well either way you did the buck made so clear that we weren't reading it if we weren't stopping and actually coming into our body with the exercises. Before. I. Get to that because the title is such a grabber. Would you let us share? Absolutely yeah, absolutely. So so so if people read the story or read the book, there's is pretty salient story at the beginning of a book. About the relationship that I had with my grandma. honestly, my grandmother was wanted to funniest people that I that. Date at my grandmother was always be laugh and she'd always be plant jokes all at different types of stuff and so are all of us me and my two brothers both have a very had very good relationship with her and so the one particular story in the book is about how? She would so in. So some of the black people listened to this are going to culturally pick up on what to say right now other people may not. But so when I was growing up in my family, you know black families when I was coming up all heads, two TV's and we had one that was the big one. It was ornate was probably color right and then you had one that set on top of it will the reason why the ones that On top is that usually the one on the bottom never the sound would go out. So we had to win atop the sound in one at the bottom. So my grandmother was sitting there watching TV and listening three other through the other TV. So we were sitting there and what she would do with would would would be to put her legs across my thighs or across all types of my brothers. Sisters do that right in so she would sit there. And put her hand on her thigh and in. We would be sitting here watching TV together and she may do some stupid right. She may pass gas or do something start laugh do something. Right. But that's what we all set right and so when we would be sitting there would be rubbing her hands because she would always complain. Of A. Interesting thing at after she passed I would talk I was talking to my mother about my mother said, you know she never really had outlet she would always act like our hands. And so. I was rubbing her hands. One day I must've been about somewhere between seven and nine. I'm not quite sure what the ages the sobers rubbing her hands and I was comparing her hands at the time to her hands in my hands. My hands are very thin and angular my mother's hands. It's very Phantom Angler but my grandmother's hands had these. Fingers were they were thick digits. She had thick very thick fingers and in thick thick thumb, and then in the inside of her hand, it was bad. It looked like it was padded and then on the back, it looked like it was padded there. So I was rubbing her hands. And she's watching TV and I said grandma. Your. Hands kind of half joking right like why your hands so fat. Like that, and she she without even looking at me she goes upward from picking cotton. And I'm sitting here. And she must have heard a pause and she looked at. She goes boy, you ever seen a con plant. And I said no issue. So complaint got these Berkeley master wish he's talking to like energy is like a lot and I'm just sitting there looking at her and she goes got these burs in she said I started walking up and down and rose when I was four years old. And you reach your hand him that you format day was sharecropper when you reach your hand. Burs cut your fingers up right and she said when the coaches go, she said go inside your fingers they go all around and she said asked ripping a hands up as she said until your hands get them calluses, they gonNA bleed. And that's the way she was talking. And and so. That that interaction with her so I'm looking at it and issue broke. She broke an started watching TV again. And so I'm just sitting here with her hand in hand. And I'm like. I don't know what to do with that. I did not remember that story again until I started writing my grandma sands. After I had gone through my own trauma in Afghanistan after I'd done seeing things that I shouldn't sing experienced things and that story came together with all the other stuff and so that tiled the name. That's how it came up with the title of the book because it if representative both the historical intergenerational, persistent, institutional and Personal Traumas all together like yarn ball and so So it's both representative of my relationship with her in representative black people's relationship to this nation. Until
"menachem" Discussed on WLS-AM 890
"He is not wrong about his ability to to make deals, at least in the middle east of Benjamin Netanyahu got up and gave a speech not another note about the idiotic nature of our foreign policy media here in the United States, Their line has been on Lee left wing Israeli government will make a deal. And left from Israeli governments. What you need you need conciliatory submission based left wing Israeli governments and Bebe Netanyahu is evil. He's Hitlerian. He's fascistic. Netanyahu has won a lot of elections elections, and he's been doing it like every three months because in Israel, they love election so much. They just never stop them. He's been elected like three times in the span of the last two years because they could not form a government. Hey. So Bebe Netanyahu, this horrible right winger, who happens to be one more historic Israeli prime ministers in history. I mean, just more most important by any stretch of imagination. Here are the governments that have got peace deals and the governments that have come peace deals have been In order. Menachem Begin right, which is a peace deal Riley could with Egypt. That was a peace deal. We've seen Ariel Sharon attempt to cut a peace deal and by the way engaged in the Gaza withdrawal, which was actually a huge mistake. And now Bebe Netanyahu, it turns out that right wing governments are typically better in Israel and making deals and left wing government. Why, Because left wing governments tend to deal from a position of weakness. Right wing governments tend to deal from a position of strength. Where's Bebe Netanyahu, pointing out that while the entire media seems to think that this is all about Trump, it is not. This is about making a better world for people living in the Middle East. As as a person B B. Netanyahu served in Israel Special forces and his brother, Yoni, Netanyahu, was famously Killed during the anti B raid. He He talks about how people who have been wounded in the causes of peace cherish peace more than anybody else. I'm so deeply moved to be here today. For those who bear the wounds of war. Cherish the blessings of peace and the blessings of the peace we make today. Will be enormous. First because this piece will eventually expand. To include other Arab states. And ultimately, it can and the Arab Israeli conflict once and for all. That is, I mean, this has always been for by the way Israel has always wanted to make peace of the tenement mean they're famous stories of after the Menachem Begin peace deal with the Egyptians. Wounded soldiers from both sides. Gypsum soldiers and Israeli soldiers, wounded soldiers approaching each other in the desert and giving each other hugs because everybody would like peace at a certain point, so long as it doesn't mean submitting to terrorism. Hey, then all of the leaders of the nation's sat next to each other. They they signed this normalization agreement is an amazing thing. It is. It's an amazing thing. You could see the video of them all. Signing these normalization agreements in Hebrew and English and in Arabic is just an incredible incredible thing in Dubai at the Burj Khalifa Israel's national anthem was played mean this is incredible stuff Israel's national anthem. Remember, these nations have not acknowledged that the Jewish state ought to exist that the cause of Zionist entity ought to exist. There is video Of Israel's national anthem being played at birth Khalifa in Dubai. I mean, that's pretty amazing. Okay, the walls of the old city in Jerusalem were lit up yesterday with the flags of Israel. The You.
"menachem" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Richie Varinsky from South Hadley. That's Jesse Menachem, the head of Mass golf and he says We're in ski is a state champion mask off champion. One are four ball with his brother. Big support of our programs. You know, homegrown here in the state, and Menachem tells me Continues to thrive through the pandemic here in Massachusetts. If you don't have a tee time yet for the weekend, you're probably too late. Our clubs are thriving. They're busy as ever. It is tough to get a tee time for those who are hitting the links hit him straight through Holland W. B. C Boston's news radio on a retired Salem state professor has made it his mission to public published poems of a local man who lived a life of intentional poverty. Carl Stevens reports. The professor was successful. A book of Malcolm Miller's poetry has just been released. It's a labor of art. Where is home by Malcolm Miller. Borrow. So retired Salem State professor Rod Kessler reads from the book of Poems by Malcolm Miller called What I Am Always Waiting for. Malcolm Miller, who died six years ago, was a lifelong resident of Salem. But he's pretty much known as an eccentric poet. Miller deliberately chose a life of poverty, lived in public housing, slept on the floor, had a few clothes and grocery bags hung from door knobs. He wanted to live close to the bone so that he could be in touch with with life When Miller died. The professor was called to clean out the apartment. He already had hundreds of poems and in the apartment, he found hundreds more. You know, this is the first book. I've managed to get published for him that I even have pumps to three more. Carl Stevens W. B. C. Boston's news radio, and it's 2 57. Dozens of students at a college in Rhode Island Positive now for Cove. It That school's doing next at our news at three. When it comes to driving.
"menachem" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"The three winding up The work week here hadn't right smack dab into the weekend, Dean divorced. I think you'll like the way you look. Yesterday's weather was a reminder that we're getting closer to fall. But this weekend will let us know that we're still in summer upper eighties too, near 90 on the thermometer thunderstorm chances Saturday. More than the other days really feels over the weekend will get up in the mid upper nineties and responses we Get hotter again. Yeah, the community is going to creep up, so keep cool if you can 69 degrees right now. In Boston On the final night of the Democratic National Convention, Joe Biden accepted his party's nomination officially becoming A candidate for the White House, CBS's Skylar Henry with more the promise to bring a divided nation together. Joe Biden accepted the Democratic nomination for president, if you wouldn't trust me with the presidency I will draw on the best of us, not the worst United we can and will overcome. This season of darkness in America because the Corona virus forced the Democrats to conduct a virtual convention fighting delivered his speech from a venue near his Delaware home. The pandemic itself was a major topic as president. The first step I will take We did get control of the virus that has ruined so many lives. The Republican convention in roughly the same virtual format begins next week. President Trump went on the attack versus Biden yesterday in Pennsylvania is saying Maybe that states worst nightmare if elected president and the president's former chief strategist Steve Bannon, pleading not guilty to charges he ripped off donors trying to fund a Southern border wall that play yesterday, hours after Bannon was pulled from a yacht off the coast of Connecticut and arrested Charge is contained in the indictment in Manhattan. Federal court prosecutors say the organizers of the we build the Wall Group raised more than $25 million from thousands of donors and pledge that 100% of the money would be used for the project. What a couple of days to kick off. Golf. PGA is Northern Trust Round two under way in Norton today. W busy strew. Mulholland has more strange thing here. Of course, no fans on the course. But Jesse Menachem, the head of mass Golf is lucky enough to be walking the course today a little bit are a little bit eerie, but nonetheless exciting that we have PGA Tour FedEx Cup golf here in Massachusetts, and Jesse couldn't be happier that the sun is shining here again today, just a tremendous way to show Kate and what we have to offer here. Tiger Woods back in the mix as well. Always fun when he's lurking. I'm Drew Mulholland doubly busy Boston's news radio in from the golf course to Well, not so nice. She never go golfing misapplied, say, rats. That's what they're saying in Ulsan, you're gonna lose your mind in Allston Rat City. And some people are and so are people in Roxbury in Southie and East eah Mattapan in Dorchester in China, down the rats, they're everywhere, says Boston City counselor Ed Flynn, who's filed a hearing order to look at Well, the issue of rats we should expect more of this type of aggressive rodent behavior due to restaurants and other food source is closing down. But the final analysis it's a quality of life issue plain is teaming up with his Olsen Brighton counterpart, Liz A. Braid in on this in Boston, Karen Regal W. B. Z Boston's news radio. WeII.
"So you'll high, what was working on this piece like for you, what? Did you learn first of all I learned how difficult it is for community that so knit to separate itself all of a sudden like what valiant effort. They did to actually do that once they realize what was going on. And the price is heavy prices. They paid I learned how lockdown affects people very differently lockdown, not the same for a young couple with the one kid or a bachelor living alone or with some roommates, as it is for a mother of you know six seven thirteen kids. Another thing I learned. Is You know these people are very positive? Even when I talked to them, and I talked to remember, I talked to people who had very strong complaints. That's that's how I reached them. Even those people at the end. All of them felt it was very important to end with a positive message. Hopeful message that we can all learn to get along better and. They'll never complain. They'll say you know. It's very very hard, but So. That was really inspiring for me. Being myself stuck with three kids at home and much. Full of. Self pity. That story was produced by High May. Together with our amazing production intern Marie Huda. Ari Jacob wrote and performed the original music. We don't usually think the interviewees in our stories, but this times different since for many of them, talking to the media, especially to non Hundred d media isn't a trivial matter. So. Thank you willy. Dick Mantova Henny Judy near Hyme Teitelbaum. You the elite Menachem Tokyo Shag leak and many others who preferred to remain anonymous, a special thanks to a wicked Zana the national anti-racism coordinator for the Department of Justice, who was incredibly helpful throughout the process of putting this piece together. Before we sign off. Let's check back in with sergeant. Alex Smith the Home Front Command squad leader patrolling the streets of. His assignment like that of many other soldiers was really a bit strange. After all the deem, don't buy large. Go into the army. In fact, some of them are quite hostile towards the arm. So Alex wasn't sure how it would all go down I. Thought I would be getting things thrown at me or like getting shouted from the other side of the street stuff. Like what is the army doing? Hugh, get out of place. I can tell you that as soon as they see us coming there like and they put on the face mask or go to another place. So what do you do you go and knock on people's doors or where? How'd you? How'd you convey this information? No, we do not going to people's homes. We are going close to supermarkets to hospitals. Two clinics in how the hundred received the soldiers so far so good. We have not had any problems set. Like what are you doing you or what? Why is your army coming into a neighborhood? Not all. You're not the right I. Am not I am a secular you I I would say. And is this the first time that you've had significant interaction with with him? Yes, and say that it's nothing like I would have expected I. Not all the like for real are taking us the way we are and leading. Do what we are intending to do, which is to help them and they're cooperating. Also which I think is fantastic
"menachem" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"A clip with Menachem Lubinsky founder of kosher fast and president of Louvre com let's give a listen you grew up from a from being an infant to a toddler you didn't immediately upon leaving the mothers we immediately go into a marathon race there was a process and so marketing is a process and if you don't have the patience you're no different than the person that says why is my toddler at that age one not speaking or not speaking English well because there is a process because there's a mind and the mind takes time to let's sorts until it filters it's a very complex process that only god knew how to do interpret and and to prepare it so at that that's what marketing is marketing takes time yeah I happen to love that one marketing is a process of marketing takes time and it was such an important perspective by someone like and with the prestige and the business experience of Menachem Lubinsky has been out in the field for for decades and understands you know some of the challenges that companies have when they first decide that they're going to be that they understand you know what marketing is not just a luxury it's a necessity I get it but you know what I'm I'm going to invest in a marketing campaign and but I want to see results after a week you know when I meet with clients here bottom line marking group or prospects and they say you know what we want to do a campaign but we're gonna evaluated within a few within a few days within a week or two or we're gonna run one ad in the newspaper we'll see what type of response we get to know if we should continue the campaign my response take your money in play lottery school play lottery because you're not going to see results in a again it may happen god can make anything happen but marketing is a process of marketing takes time so that clip that's a great clips that and this is Michael learning this is he's sharing great advice no we're not saying that you can't learn more by listening to the entire show that we had with him and you can access it by going and why B..
"menachem" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"News radio right now we are joined by Jesse Menachem he is CEO of mass golf he joins us live and first of all thank you for being here Jesse this is exciting news what gives you the indication that some news is coming today well things have been moving very quickly and we're just prepared behind the scenes at moment's notice to be able to communicate with our facilities and our member clubs and we're very very excited and wait waiting patiently muscles golfers really have been sitting on the sidelines the all season long but the workers the maintenance crews have been keeping up is that right they have been we've been very fortunate to have that exemption which was passed well over a month ago because that basically allows us to hit go at any given time yeah there are some measures that need to be taken so you know in some respects it still you do need to get prepared to make sure they're doing things safely but nonetheless we are so appreciative of that course maintenance exemption and our courses are in fantastic shape so Jesse we are hearing that some word a bow to the opening could come today do you have any indication on when that could be at you know we're sitting tight worried we're monitoring things very closely like I said it could happen at any given notice here and we are well equipped and prepared to communicate that so will be ready and we will leave it up to our courses into Philly to determine when in fact they can open all right Jesse Menachem CEO of mass golf thank you for joining us live this morning also coming up in less than one half hour the labor department is going to report on weekly unemployment claims already had more than thirty million here in the United States in just six weeks time it is expected by experts that we'll see another three million which sounds like a giant number but is actually set to be a slow.
Mark Regev: Israel's Modern Story
"Has been in post since April twenty sixteen prior to that he was the chief spokesman for the Prime Minister of Israel. A position he held for eight years. He joined Israel's Ministry of Foreign Affairs in Nineteen Ninety seven his deputy chief of mission of the Consulate General in Hong Kong and spokesman at the Israeli Embassy in Beijing. He also served a spokesman at the embassy in DC and he was the spokesman for the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in Jerusalem from two thousand and four to two thousand and seven. He also said as a combat soldier in the whole brigade the idea originally from Melbourne Australia. Mock Fry bug as he wants back then moved to Israel as a twenty two year old no significant family or contacts his progress to embassador shows. How flat Israeli society is. This is one of a number of Israeli related episodes in the series of Johnny Goad Jewish. State scroll down to find biographer of Lord Balfour and the historian of the decades leading up to the formation of the state of Israel. Lord Leslie Turn Bug that's episode the Teen and life in Shin Bets with its former chief Yaacov Peri. That's episode ten so his ambassador again have and we started by unpacking that Australian background. Who is the way out of this world competition belief against me? It's not a competition and busted a regular. Thank you very much feel time and agreeing to the interview today. Here on Johnny Jewish state. I'm happy to be with you so now. Your background. Which is very interesting. I think to the Anglo Saxon. Speaking world of jewelry is that you're Australian correct. I was born in Melbourne Australia. In nineteen sixty and my father was born in Australia. He was a what they call in Australia. Postwar refugee he was a survivor dollar cost originally born in Germany. My Mother's family. She was born in Australia. They were Polish Jews who were lucky enough smart enough to get out of the nineteen twenties and they They arrived in Australia. I think even the last year of that decade and I remember my grandmother always saying that. Save the family. Had they stayed in Poland their fate would have been the fate of Polish Jews which was not good. And how did they Australia? Unity family story so I know on on both sides on my mother's side. My grandfather was on a train some going from Poland to Germany where he was studying engineering. Things were pretty GLIMP- for Jews in Poland in the nineteen twenties and he read an article in a magazine that Australia is the country of the future on the other on the German side of the family. I think after the Holocaust people say what is the furtherest place away from Europe Austria qualified. Freiburg was the family name Going back to the rations my head this thing at the age of twenty one I had. I said these people tried to kill us. Do I really want to German. Name for the rest of my life retrospectively. Now I know I made a mistake because I I very. He never said anything to me. But I offended my father very greatly but at the time at the age of twenty one twenty two when I did it. I was convinced that this was the right thing to do. I'm aware of how Ashkenazim took on the name of the town where they came from and of course a lot of the early. Zionists took their Ashkenazi names and totally he. Bray is did correct David. Ben-gurion is probably the prime example. I Prime Minister Shamir also Menachem Begin. Correct having said that though I suppose it was if it was part of me becoming an Israeli though. Part of what you said isn't correct. 'cause Freiburg the place in Germany is U. R. G. And my family was always. Rg so I'm not sure. It was connected to that physical location in Germany. Look when you head. Brewer is a name different ways of doing it so Freiberg is in English. It's free and Burgers mountain so I could have taken the Hebrew accrued of innocent played with that and I did and nothing successful came out but I was going out at the time with a woman who was studying literature at the Hebrew University. And she said you can also do it by playing with the letters so Freiberg in Hebrew is pay raise bait and you can play with the letters and rig of came out very nicely. Well I think it's It was an intriguing name when I first came across all those years ago. I'm glad to this question. Lazy Lane so now being an Anglo Saxon speaker is a real asset to Israel in the modern media world to explain Israel across borders to billions of people. Whose language is. It's their mother tongue or their second. Language is a huge asset. And something if I might say that has been quite a glaring omission from Israel's diplomatic mission in early years of the Jewish state so I think if you look at the people who held the position that I hold now we've had some English speakers of native born English speakers and And those Israelis who held the role of also had mother tongue English run persona had still has of course grading this. He is the son of a diplomat himself and as a result he went to school abroad. And so. But you're right I think The ability to speak English at mother tongue is a crucial element. If you want to successfully make the case for Israeli and international audiences it is a prerequisite but in itself. It's not enough like I sometimes made in my previous job in Israel when I was the spokesman for the prime minister is to meet a young immigrants with mother tongue English mark. I'd like a job like yours. How do I get it right and I would explain to them so good? English is important. But it's as I say it's a necessary prerequisite but it's not in itself enough. You have to know the issues backwards. You have to read everything that is relevant. After the politics you have to know the history you have to understand the issues and I think that is just as important if not more important than having a strong command of the language because he my early teens. I used to despair at some of these really politicians who were fairly Broosk in their approach and even their attire to media interviews with the BBC and others. I don't think that really helped. So this new generation I think led by the Prime Minister himself who speaks in. I think the best way to describe these fluent American. Well I believe. The current prime minister did grow up in Pennsylvania in Philadelphia and his father was a visiting professor and he he he grew up there returning to Israel to do. His Army Service is to mother tongue languages. He had both burning which is a marvellous advantage to have and but I think to be over. Critical of the founding generation because that founding generation includes people like our Evan who was an amazing spokesman for his very articulate People say that he's speeches. Go down in history as some of the most awful speeches in English in the twentieth century thousands of years ago a people land language came together in Israel birth and the cost of Man's life and thought was lifted to a new point of elevation. Then for centuries this pattern was split asunder. The people the land of the language were separated and tragedy and danger befell of the mall separated each from the other. None of these three achieved the creative potent sit which they each knew when they lived together. What IS MODERN ISRAEL? Except the reunion of this people land and language in the sublime fulfillment of history cycle a bridge thrown across the Gulf of continents and generations to symbolize the unity ofo historic experienced. Many people will know you from your competitive interviews with snow during the Gaza offenses being the media spokesman for the prime minister a hugely different communications brief to that of being an ambassador. I was arrested by that idea that when you became the ambassador it was a completely different communications brief almost a different personality from the attack dog to John. Snow on on media so being spokesman I had responsibility over specific areas and as ambassador. You have a much more general responsibility as spokesman. My job was to make sure that the people in international audiences understand Israeli government behavior is government policy and so forth and so that was done through communications as ambassador. That's part of your job as well but you have many other facets economic relationship cultural ties government to government discussions. Him obviously as ambassador. I'M STILL THE PUBLIC FACE FOR ISRAEL. I will do interviews. I will give talks. I will brief and so forth but A. I'm also doing things as ambassador that were not part of my portfolio when I was the government spokesperson. It's a more broad range of of job.
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"I'm John that's it was not a whole lot we moved quickly to yoni Ben Menachem is a veterinary affairs reporter for Israel radio and television a senior Middle East analyst for the Jerusalem center yeah good morning to you in Israel tuitions Malcolm wants to touch on quickly with your what wisdom the first is the Jordan Casteel Malcolm asked the question yeah first of all it's good to have you second the a yeah I'm Jordan signed a natural gas importation agreement in twenty sixteen but now I think the first shipments have arrived and yet they're being very strong protests against it so what do you think the the quizzes opposition coming from and you think the king can withstand the pressure Hey this innately P. A. demonstrations in a tool than against he said definitely ill with these will it stop it if you once it will really be a coverage been initiated by the most limit brother hold the moment a native Jordan and then left we did the Jordanian parliament the made the decision a two can still be together with the Israeli in the presence of these decision to the a Zildjian government aid to implement peace of course the V. a decision of the parliament contradicting the peace agreement with Israel and Jordan a one of the items over the peace accord says that the able Scott this would encourage it call murders and the in between them and of course this is against the the peace accord but the the parliament does little beside the Jordan Hey they all the sole decision the use of the king itself can double dollar and the easiest to make a decision well what does he want to go a he says the local a repercussions this such as the season cools spoke together with these what I have to remind you that we have a peace accord with golden from nineteen and ninety four and did they get their water from Israel and they also have special status in there and then to the mound a is the custodian of the only places and ease the goal against Israeli this guest feel they might lose the water and the bite the lose their special status in the temple mop in which it was a very important for the soul a I yeah I did I definitely believe that they they can resolve their tool it picks up to a standstill and we can say that it's only so far it looks like the hope here and over the age of that in a position and who could you comment a little about the recent wave of incendiary balloons coming from Hamas in Gaza towards Israel why they did wives uptake and also honey as really strange let the foreign tour even going to assume the money's funeral which arose a lot opposition within gun now come who is ten AM please identify the leader of Hamas yes Hamas the Hamas and war lord please go ahead yes yeah well he's a blue on the A. R. A. schools long St towards Israel but the actually this is a message Alfa must to Egypt a saying to Egypt Luke we control the situation and the stability of the street and if you Egyptians want to take a any action a gun the somebody let me up a traveled the tool to have time to participate in the funeral of custom Slimani a if you will take any actions against the am a weekend there'd be stabilize the situation not only in Gaza but also in Egypt because they whatever happens in the other street there's a guy with the influence of the stability in Egypt and so I think it's a little more warning do more to the junction of them to the Israelis that day SO recently he let me Vesey we actually receive the the Egyptians violate that eighties promises a when they they give you permission to go to leave Gaza sweep a to a trip abroad AT promise them that they would not do that they have on any vehicle would visit there on the back of his promises and there'd be the what they've been do that their their education their initial then on our is a effective you made fun of the Egyptian they leave the sheep and the rejection intelligence so they want to be a big vanzil Ahmad thing there a currently we stayed longer a brawl these now making it big two or a was in Turkey was in a cut down and always in Malaysia and the of course he was in the near Ron and use a actually collecting money for tool reason why on a for a military wing of Hamas these are the unit cost up to speak and the military power of Hamas in Gaza Strip and the second issue is the term in the elections that would mean that Hamas he needs the money for the primaries will become painted police thought the net for year and because their college my shot another senior ray a Hamas tool a was the one that the head of the Hamas movement he wants to compete again and then to a pulp it'll be a and really really really gene may let's call it up in the region will be played on the album Abbas and you want to be reelected so this will put the key should now with the leadership of Hamas and the a actually a solid muscle said that the way it is the goal a that the the vehicle this lady let me a group that lobbies a strategic mistake this is how we called it because a a Hamas to the slough night soon night to a movement and the the she should not be in contact with the Shiite there would be a you run it with the the leader of the Shiite world yeah only the targeted killing of so the money did that rock Hamas where they were they were they prepared for I think that the he defected told the leaders of the terror organization over that made me believe they I think that people is a very a lot more will with president trump is very effective they after a killing gay pool bucket in but the the the the a bill but I see and now with a live in making a the biggest danger that we believe a which was custom solely money actually I think that the leaders of Israel should learn from president trump up up to fight terrorism because there is a day almost there is talk to just stay in exceptional feeling about blocked out beat and it wasn't there could still be some job being a November in and got the three please us stop completely the it targeted killings of the leaders of the Hamas and Islamic Jihad and day users to the top the Smith though the result of the Smith building day is soul a prompt the took a very bold the decision and the villages of results with the formal would be staff and also stopped a feeling these a terrorist leader because this is the only way is that the same say a really affect the terror organisation Yanni than men awesome is a veterinary affair reporter for Israel radio and television he's now a senior Middle East analyst for the tourism center Malcolm online conference.
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"I'm John Messer was not come home I would move quickly to yoni Ben Menachem is a veterinary affairs reporter for Israel radio and television a senior Middle East analyst for the Jerusalem center you don't have good morning to you in Israel tuitions Malcolm wants to touch on quickly with your what wisdom the first is the Jordan Casteel Malcolm asked the question yeah first of all it's good to have you second the Jordan signed the natural gas importation agreement in twenty sixteen but now I think the first shipments have arrived and yet they're being very strong protests against it so what do you think the the quizzes opposition coming from and you think the king can withstand the pressure Hey this phonetically P. A. demonstrations in the Jordan against the say guess we'll with these well it started a few months it will really be a coverage then initiated by the Muslim my brother hold the moment a new Jordan and then a left we kid the Jordanian parliament the made the decision a to cancel because gasoline with Israel and the transfer of these decision to the a Zildjian government aid to implement the of course the the decision of the parliament through the contradicting the peace agreement between Israel and Jordan a one of the items of the peace accord says that the amble Scott this would encourage a calmer send the in between them and of course this is against the the peace accords but the the parliament does not beside the angel within a day or the sole decision these of the king itself can double dollar and the easiest to make a decision well what does he want to go a B. says the local a repercussions this such as the season cools spoke together with these if to remind you that we have a peace accord with Jordan from nineteen and ninety four and did they get their water from Israel and they also have special status in there and Temple Mount a is the custodian of the only places there and he's very a goal against Israeli this guest feel they might lose the water and the bite the lose their special status in the temple mop in which it was a very important for the soul a yeah I did I personally believe that they they can resolve their toll it takes up to a standstill and we can say that it's only and so far it looks like a hold here and all of the children in a position and will could you comment a little about the recent wave of incendiary balloons coming from Hamas in Gaza towards Israel why they did it why this up take and also honey as really strange let the foreign tour will even going to solely monies funeral which arose a lot opposition within god now come who is ten AM please identify the leader of Hamas yes the Hamas the Hamas and war lord please go ahead yes yeah well he's a blue on the a schools lounge to its old these whale but a actually this is a mess the elf a must to Egypt a saying to Egypt Luke we control the situation and the stability of the Gaza Strip and if you Egyptians ought to pay a any action against the somebody Linnea a traveled the tool to have and to participate in the funeral of custom Slimani a if you will take any actions against the M. A. weekend there'd be stabilize the situation not only in Gaza but also in Egypt because they whatever happens in the other street there is a that was beautiful and so the stability in Egypt and so I think it's a were more warning do more to the gym shoes and to the Israelis and they're there for you so you let me vis a vis actually the seed of the the Egyptians the violate that eighties promises a when they they give you permission to go to leave Gaza sweeper a to a trip abroad AT promise them that they would not visit they have on any vehicle would visit their lan a bite of his promises and there'd be the looked up and is that their their education their nest of an on our is a effective he made fun of the Egyptian they leave the sheep and they're the defending diligence so the one tool a big vanzil Hamas and a a I need you we stay longer brawl these now making it beats to or a more than thirteen was in a Cup now is in Malaysia and the of course he was in the near Ron and use a actually collecting money for two reason why on a for a military wing of Hamas sees it in as a sub district and the military power of Hamas in Gaza Strip and the second issue is the internet and the elections within the Hamas he needs the money for the primaries on the campaign that will stop being that's a year and because their college my shot another senior ray a Hamas tool a was a once in the head of the Hamas movement he wants to compete again and then to a pulp it'll be a a Regina man let's call it up in the region will be played on the album Abbas and you want to be reelected so the sole property should now with a live issue of Hamas and the a they have to be a part of my son said that the way it is the goal a that the the vehicle this lady let me a cook their lan is a strategic mistake this is how we called it because a a Hamas is this nice night a movement and the the sheets should not be in contact with the Shiite there would be a you run it with the leader of the Shiite world your name the targeted killing of ceremony did that rock Hamas where they were they were they prepared for a he defected told the leaders of the terror organization all over that made me believe they I think that people is a very a lot more will with president trump is very effective after a killing gay bull bucket in but the the the the the a bill that I see and now with a live in making the biggest danger that we believe a which was cussing solely money actually I think that the leaders of Israel should learn from president trump up well to fight terrorism because there is they almost to a stop the defect in exceptional feeling about blocked be then it one of the activists of the Islamic Jihad being a November in and does a three please install completely the targeted killings of the leaders of the Hamas and Islamic Jihad and day users who developed the Smithville the result this mess so then there is the sole a fob it took a very bold their decision and the villages of results with the full of the staff and also a feeling these a terrorist leaders because this is the only way is that the same say a really affects the the.
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"Thirty eight you are one day bathroom project made easy long baths dot com traffic and weather on the aids and when it breaks I gotta works on set up on the outer loop through prince George's county between Richie Marlboro road and arena Dr the left side taking away not much of a delay yet but it will happen I DO seventy north after the Menachem Z. near the overlooks on the right side is taken away with crash cleanup we W. parkway southbound over top of route fifty leave the crash there was cleared from the right side route fifty couple works owns two in across the bay bridge on both sides the eastbound span has the left wing blog and the rightly is taking away on the westbound side after route eight not causing much of a delay in Virginia sixty six three ninety five no problems there I ninety five north before deal city we had a crash was blocking the rights in a lame believe that's been moved out of the roadway entirely and through the district no problems on the freeway in to work two ninety five movie well partly no problems reported there enjoy the sophisticated casual setting graceful servicing chef prepared classic American cuisine at copper grille copper canyon grill that is with locations in Gaithersburg Silver Spring include our record WTOP traffic overnight temperatures will fall into the forties or quiet but you'll notice clouds building a mix of sun and clouds for your Monday dry conditions throughout the bulk of the day Monday night keeping a close eye for disturbance that could bring some rain to the area into Tuesday morning temperatures tomorrow will reach the upper fifties low fifties on Tuesday.
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"Batchelor now on the phone line. We're joined by Faisal hustle name. Formerly at the Washington Institute now a policy analyst and Tel-Aviv. I some a very good morning to the fortieth anniversary of the peace between unrest dot and the Israeli Prime Minister Menachem bagan. What does it mean? Forty years later to the people of the region. Good morning to you. More than two or the. I think it was the I still moment for two years ago when it took place Egypt became the first out of country to do with his. That became the first out of leader to college Israel as a state until Ben no other country has been capable of going into wars against Israel. And we have seen is into compensation with other surrounding out of neighbors upset the peace between Egypt is as was the case with Iraq, Lebanon, Syria. Sometime, the first intifada the Palestinian the second one and Egypt has been neutrally light. Let's for lights and everything taking any active except on the diplomatic people. I think the key lists from the peace between Egypt is it was the fact that Egypt made it clear to many countries negotiations and that he's in with Israelis would be on the table and shouldn't be on the bed. And I think we see the food of that these days when especially in the seven years. When many out of country out of leaders started to look at Israel as reality that is the only way to deal with it is by finding mutual interest and sitting on the table to get Malcolm. However. C scheduled to meet with the President Trump next week and the policy clearly change from the Obama administration which was pretty strict and harsh on the the president too much more welcoming relationship, and I met I like presidency in with him. But what do you think will be the agenda? How did they how did it to them relate to one another and the priorities in the region that they share today? I think the Trump administration sees the presidency an important line, the reason and Egypt. The country is an anchor for stability in that. He's just for few point one demean them in painful piece with and these could fortieth anniversary corporation when it comes to issues related to counterterrorism strategic military religious recently, you days ago meditated corporation committee met from Americans, and they cite the bright star exercises. It started actually got resumes. Let's cheer and win continue to be zooming about coming year as win. America that make an administration is having a big issue with the mingling in the region and the easier part of that recently saw reports that from government listen to the commission from the American treasury department by cutting Xs two the two weekend to that at any who try to have this tank, go to regime and. I said also Libya the faster. Did you have sort of bag by the government stuff to to capture Libyan Kensington from that you end recognized government. And this is a big concern for you is because it creates two and seven more in the country. The Trump administration would that? And most importantly, also, recently, Japan nations and Israel as with have been struggling inside this trip with the with the public. So they tried to initiate a war with Israel, and they defend government did destructive role in managing and nobody the with those side. Also, they are going to be discussing the newly founded alliance in the region. The mother. Out of Sunni, states, Egypt or the day out of other countries who are containing the alliance to counter terrorism. Try to know what the the influence of political can and engine and most importantly, this is gonna be canonic reform is Egypt has been struggling economically and presidency thing trying to find some ways to improve the country's intern economy. So I'm sure gonna be less of folk about putting diets business, and what should we do the two sides should do to prove that nation ship for comes to Malcolm mean, what what about the the upcoming peace plan has he expressed himself? You believe that that will be a key issue in the discussions, then we'll ask for their support. And we just have thirty seconds place. Go ahead. Hi, some what about the game of chess? Peace between no the land that the deal of the century that the US is proposing will this be a priority in the discussion. Will they ask for C C support? Yes, obviously, you have seen the Trump administration. People questioned and Justin green black. I've been shoving Asian extensively talking to the Arab leaders until this is gonna be one of the penalties as well. And could it be needing to new relation for the piece in the next few months? I said this important meeting. There's something would have to entice them any formerly at the Washington Institute. Now, a policy analyst and Tel-Aviv Malcolm phone line conference of presidents. I'm John bachelor. This is the John Batchelor show. Jio? Let's say you just bought a house bad news is you're one step closer to becoming your parents. You'll probably the lawn and see if anybody noticed you mow the lawn. Tell people to stay off the lawn compare it to your neighbor's lawn and complain about having to mow the lawn again good news is it's.
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"Musical funny girl opened on Broadway today in nineteen sixty an unknown eighteen year old Barbara Streisand Egypt's Anwar Sadat and Israel's Menachem Begin signed their historic peace agreement on this date in nineteen seventy nine the first time, Israel, an Arab country wage piece instead of warm and today in one thousand nine hundred ninety two boxer Mike Tyson was sentenced to six years in prison for raping a beauty contestant. He was released after serving three years born on this date as long and prosper, actor Leonard nimoy, the first female supreme court Justice, Sandra Day, O'Connor, poet, Robert frost and singer, Diana Ross. I'm Mitch Davis. And that's your on this date update. This is HouseCall for health that late night supper may sit in well with their lifestyle. But it could also be making you fat. A new study closely monitor the eating and sleeping patterns of a small group of people who were either overweight or obese a not only kept a log of their meal schedule, they were also electrically monitored. The researchers found that the test participants who ate meals later in the evening had a higher body mass and more body fat than those who ate earlier the people who ate earlier went to sleep later. But the researchers did not find a connection with the amount of sleep. People got the study is to be presented this weekend at a meeting of endocrine society. The researchers say with the use of smartphones and activity monitors. It may be possible to develop an eating schedule. That would.
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"Anthony was constantly holding on and trying to survive, but John Menachem five picked apart control, the action everywhere and shoot everybody. Why he is as good as years. It seemed like the team. Was confident that he'd be able to finish. Anthony, why do you think he was unable to do? So. What one you is on the ground? He his two hands on one always and they made Harper John to to gaining submissions. Do. Thanks, accurate wasn't willing to open up, but the same time that's kind of scary because. Is soon as soon as releases? He's looking for that big shot. He's always been that kind of fighter that to survive for while in combat with something big. So it is what it is Anthony decide to fight that way and gets the rounds and put us in that predicament that we couldn't finish them. Okay. What are you thinking in the fourth round when he landed that legal knee? What's going through your mind? Not again, remind you about bear the debt situation where you don't want to lose a fight. Because stupid. I think John body was coming up in fact when I looked at it. One period. I saw online he was come up. We still had the one hand on the ground. It happens. Thank goodness. Anthony's tough is years and decided to continue fighting and didn't if fake that he was hurt really bad from it. Because a lot of people could have less remained could take that out. And thank God empty Smith. Several water. Yeah. Were you worried about that? I mean, he would have lost the belt, right? He would have lost the belt of took that Diku. Yeah. I think that would happen that way would have been a shame would have have remarked. But the it out that would be terrible. That would stop. There's no doubt about that. Did you guys talk to John afterwards about why that legal and to China? I mean, not everyone is as honorable as Anthony, as you know, a lot of people I think would have taken that have you talked to him about why he did that. And try not to do it again. Why did that he was in the moment? I don't need to talk to him about it. He he's reacting. He's fighting. He thinks he's gonna throw a knee. John knows that when you handed down like that two hands a lot of places now one hand on the rules kinda stupid confusing..
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"It's forty and cloudy at two o'clock. Good afternoon. I'm no one Lleyton. A fifteen year old Brooklyn boy shot and killed last night in flatbush and police believe he may have been an innocent bystander Samuel Joseph took bullets to his face neck and chest inside his flatbush avenue. Apartment buildings is about five forty five pm Joseph's neighbor, say the teens parents devastated. Good kids. Very nice. He's never been any trouble. Nobody are just call. Kill the kid. She can't folks. Joseph was rushed to king's county hospital where he passed away. Police searching for the gunman the synagogue and Bushwick back open again this weekend a week after someone's shattered a huge window in the congregation's building. By throwing something through. It rabbi Menachem Heller says the window has been repaired last night. Both congregants and guests lit the Chabad candles together pushes away all that darkness. That's why we decided that the first week after this happened. We want to rededicate our synagogue Heller says he and his family were in the building. When that glass, shattered. Nobody was hurt. Police investigating the February sixteenth incident as a possible hate crime city lawmakers first responders heading to Washington Monday to demand the reauthorization of the nine eleven victim compensation fund. The head of the uniform firefighters association says the fund which gives them money two thousand sickened at ground zero after the nine eleven attacks will expire in twenty twenty these terrorists are still attacking our first responders and claiming victims September eleventh we lost three hundred. Forty three five fighters and fire offices since that day, we have lost almost two hundred and counting roughly eleven thousand. Firefighters were on the force at the time of the World Trade Center attacks more than half. Now have sicknesses connected with nine eleven Robert Muller may actually be finishing up as Russia investigation. House. Democrats want attorney general William Barda release the full report from Muller to the public six democratic committee chair is headed by judiciary. Chairman Jerry Nadler wrote a letter to bar Friday, claiming that the public is entitled to know what the special counsel is found in its report of Russian meddling in the presidential election. The final report is handed to the attorney general who may release the full report or give a summary to congress and the public bar said he wants to be transparent, but will act according to regulations from the Justice department Di mutual NBC News Radio just weeks after the patriots won the Super Bowl teams, owner faces charges of soliciting a prostitute at a massage. Josh parlor in Florida Seventy-seven-year-old Robert Kraft denying any wrongdoing. USA today columnist Christine Brennan says there could be serious consequences. If the allegations are proven there can be punishment against an owner because I think a lot of people wonder here, the owner of the team, what can they do to you? Well, the NFL personal conduct policy holding owners to a higher standard than the players NFL has options w o war, sports and your weather. Channel forecast are both up next. Wwl news time is two. Oh, three whatever. Party. You dream of party city will.
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"Loud explosion. Maybe one ten minutes after the Knicks early loud blasts through saw ground really got scared us. I thought it was like terrorists. It wasn't firefighters evacuated. An off Broadway theatre where four shows were taking place. They doused those flames. No one was hurt. No word yet would ignited. The fires still no charges in the alleged attack against actor jussie smollet on Friday police were these two people have interest brothers who reportedly new smollet police now say after speaking with them they have new information, which has shifted their investigation. More from correspondent Ryan burrow. Chicago police spokesman telling ABC news that give a new information they receive from the two men who are confirmed to be brothers. Detectives are eager to speak with Jesse Spolete again urgently. The spokesman not commenting on whether split is still considered a victim. In the case. He says they've been in touch with Smolensk attorney saying, quote, we have made our intentions clear and quote. Ryan burrow, ABC news. Chicago congresswoman Alexandria, oh, Cossio Cortez was in the Bronx yesterday telling supporters that she's not upset that a deal to build Amazon's second headquarters in queens fell apart last week. We do not have to settle for scraps. In the greatest city in the world, we deserve more, and we can ask for more. And if people don't want to negotiate that's their problem, not ours. Amazon announced last week that it would pull out of a deal to build a second headquarters in Long Island city, citing opposition on the local level in queens. Some frightening moments for a rabbi and his family after a window in their Brooklyn synagogue were smashed in on the Sabbath as they were sitting inside rabbi Menachem Heller says the large plate glass windows, shattered in the of Bushwick building as children played nearby. He says he saw people walking away from the scene, and why cops have investigated forty two hate crimes just in the first four weeks of this year. Most of those hate crimes have been antisemitic. President Trump's pick to be the nation's. Ambassador to the UN withdrawing her name from consideration the president had chosen Heather Nauert, the Washington Post reports the nomination derail. Because now we're it has a nanny who's in the country illegally. Wwl war. Sports Weather Channel forecast. Both up next to wwl news time is eleven oh three you get a raise us.
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"K acuity news. I'm Tiffany Cam. Hi, it's prime time spawning season for central California's endangered coho, salmon and the number of nests or reds counted. So far in streams and tributaries in west Marin is encouraging. In fact, this year's coho run is the best that area seen in twelve years here to talk all things coho is Erica Whitlinger ecologist with the Marin municipal water district. How many fish and reds have been counted? So far so far we've seen three hundred and twenty reds, which conservative estimate of to fish for each read. We're looking at six hundred forty salmon this is too good years in a row is it too early to say that habitat restoration efforts for the coho are working. I am reluctant usually to say that. Yes, we're responsible for these great numbers. But in. This case, I think there's some real good evidence. We had a record number of young fish, go out to the ocean in twenty seventeen and these are the adults that have come back. So it sure seems like that record number of young fish benefited from the habitat restoration work. That's been done has the government shutdown affected this year's count of the runner or maybe even like, the health of the creeks over there, certainly the data collection has been impacted our colleagues at the National Park Service weren't able to get out and survey the streams that they usually survey there probably would have been more fish counted. If not for the government shutdown that was aquatic ecologist, Erica Whitlinger, and I'm definitely Cam. Hi, Katie news. Support comes from personal capital committed to transforming financial lives through technology and people personal capital dot com. Next on K Q at seven thirty seven Sunday morning perspective. I'm Dave Freeman. When Richard Friedlander married. It changed him. Here's how shortly after my marriage. One of the celebrants approached me and asked do you feel onto logically different? I thought for a second then replied with a smile and a week. Yes. Then I looked up what untolerable meant briefly, it is the philosophical study of being not much of a help. But I took the question to mean has anything happened to you through your being bound to this person to change the way, you perceive your existence and remarkably I believed it had for the first time in my life. I was putting someone else's welfare ahead of my own not because I was trapped, but by my own volition, I'm not perfect. But most of the time I do very much put her welfare ahead of my own. And I'm happy when I do. So when I'm shopping, I buy things are no she will like when I criticize her for being who she is. I immediately apologize. Can this happen outside? Marriage. Maybe but never really had happened to me Menachem Mendel of carts. A Hasidic rebbe said if I am I because I am I and you are you because you are you then I am. I am you are you. But if I am I because you are you are you because I am I am. I am not I and you are not you. Sure. He did my loving my wife does not depend on her living me. No, one is twisting my arm or my conscience. Neither is this unromantic feeling onto logically different in this way can be a tremendous aphrodisiac many romances probably fall apart when the primary concern becomes what am I getting rather than what I give the only one you can change yourself. I love my wife, but she is another human being and like all others a complicated. One. I can't possibly understand her. But I do try to accept her had married. Someone else. Our issues might have been different. But my role would still be. The same. If you don't love how can you experience love from another with the perspective on Richard Friedlander? Richard Lander is an East Bay author actor and mediator, and.
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"Just a little bit heavier than usual. Joe McConnell for K acuity are thank you Joe. His report brought to you by mothers against drunk driving at eight forty three. It's now time for a listener commentary. That comes our way this morning from Richard Friedlander who says when he married it changed him. Here's how shortly after my marriage, one of the celebrants approached me and asked do you feel unto logically different? I thought for a second then replied with a smile and a week. Yes. Then I looked up what untolerable meant briefly, it is the philosophical study of being not. Not much of a help. But I took the question to mean has anything happened to you through your being bound to this person to change the way, you perceive your existence and remarkably I believed it had for the first time in my life. I was putting someone else's welfare ahead of my own not because I was trapped, but by my own volition, I'm not perfect. But most of the time I do very much put her welfare ahead of my own. And I'm happy when I do. So when on food shopping, I buy things are no she will like when I criticize her for being who she is. I immediately apologize can this happen outside marriage. Maybe but never really had happened to me Menachem Mendel of a Hasidic rebbe said if I am I because I am I and you are you because you are you then I am I and you are you. But if I am I because you are you a new are you because I am I am. I am not I and you are not you. Sure. He did my loving. My wife does not depend on her living. No, one is twisting my arm or my conscience. Neither is this unromantic filling onto logically different in this way can be a tremendous aphrodisiac many romances probably fall apart when the primary concern becomes what am I getting rather than what I give the only one you can change is yourself. I love my wife, but she is another human being unlike all others a complicated. One. I can't possibly understand her. But I do try to accept her had I married someone else. Our issues might have been different. But my role would still be the same. If you don't love how can you experience low from another with the perspective on Richard Friedlander? Richard Friedlander is an East Bay author actor and mediator..
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40 years ago, the Camp David accords
"Marks so rare historic milestone for peace in that region as forty years ago. Israeli Prime Minister Menachem bagan and gyp president on war Sadat signed the Camp. David accords the agreement brokered by president. Jimmy Carter after thirteen days of bitter and difficult negotiations pave the way for peace between the two adversaries that holds to this day. Joining us now, former NBC news correspondent and Tel Aviv bureau, chief Martin Fletcher who's reporting you heard coming into this block. He's out with a new book that takes us much further back telling the story of Israel's first two decades, and it's titled promised land a novel of Israel and with us from Washington President and CEO, the Atlantic Council Friedkin. Good to have you both on board Fred's start with you as we look back forty years ago, the significance of Camp, David, the accords as it stands today, especially in light of our ability to broker anything out of this White House in this presidency, Donald J Trump's presidency today. I will get to the lessons of Camp David because I think they're crucial for today. But first of all, it was almost upset by a little girl at Camp. David name, meek, Brzezinski. I was reading a memoir of her father over the weekend, and apparently you were in a golf cart with Amy Carter and you almost ran down the the Israeli Prime Minister and was only the security guard of Amy Carter that avoided international crisis at that point. Dr. So at any case, lay that aside, I think three things that apart and they don't exist right now. The first is you had Menachem beg on the Israeli side Saddad on the side and they were both strong leaders who wanted to get something done in Netanyahu and Mahmoud Abbas on the Palestinian side. You don't have that. They could make difficult decisions even against political opposition. You had president Carter who was willing to get deeply involvement details and come up with creative solutions during those thirteen days and Camp David elsewhere when things God blocked. And then the third thing Menachem bagan was willing to give up territory was willing to give up the Sinai. He didn't see any biblical connection, any historical connection. So he wanted to hold on West Bank and the way to do that was giving up Sinai. This has been a win for the US. We shifted Egypt from Soviet Union to ourselves, and and it's been really aloke. Conflict ever since as bad as the Palestinian Israeli situation has been the big powers have not been intervening in it and Israeli Isreaeli borders, though not entirely peaceful, have been certainly more peaceful than than they were then.