35 Burst results for "Middle Eastern"
The Dan Bongino Show
Kathy Ruemmler Claims Case for 'Obstruction' on Pee Tape Hoax
"The last hour I did this whole segment on how Kathy rumbler this bombshell Wall Street Journal story how the Obama's White House lawyer was meeting With Jeffrey Epstein like that came out this weekend He was Kathy rumler just in case you think I'm making this up Telling David axelrod former Obama inside man On his podcast telling her oh yeah yeah that pee pee hoax here They were onto some this Mueller They got evidence of stuff Here take a listen to this Based on the facts that were laid out there do you think there is a case for obstruction Personally yes I do Intent and motivation and the reasons for doing something matter throughout virtually every criminal statute on our books and so that's relevant And if the proof is there and I think I've said before that I thought that evidence of corrupt motivation and that's the way I would put it is really it's just littered throughout the report Sorry I missed that in the last hour but there it is folks In case you think she wasn't a big pee pee hoaxer Now what you know now you understand Why I'm suspicious that the Obama fixer was meeting with Jeffrey Epstein who thought they'd been connected to Middle Eastern intelligence When we know people involved with Middle Eastern intelligence where key figures in spygate two how deep is this go
"middle eastern" Discussed on Gloss Angeles
"And she's like, I just have a vision of what I think is going to work and I go from there. And that that's why she's a trendsetter. That's why you're a trendsetter. That's why huda is a trendsetter. So you're in a very like Jen same way. Same way with Jen. The people at the top aren't just following the data. They also have something inside of them that's telling them. No, I feel strongly that this is going to hit or this is going to be really popular. Or we're going to do something that's going to shift how people see things. Absolutely. Because honestly, the thing is everybody is reading the same data. All these organizations that are selling you data packs, they're selling it to everyone. So it's so hard to be different if you're going to just follow what everybody else is following. And I really believe that you are gut is a data machine, and it's your own data machine that you should follow. It's your subconscious picking up everything. So one thing I also recommend is stay connected to your gut, and that takes a lot of work. You have to really be present. You need to be making time for yourself. You need to reflect. You need to do therapy. Make sure you don't have any blocks anywhere. Not really, though. It really makes a big difference. Honestly, you know, when I first started the brand, I was probably a little bit more disconnected with my emotions and my feelings. I was kind of more operating in my masculine energy, like most of the time. And I went through my own therapy journey and I found out where I had blockages and once I connected to my gut, it was like a life changer. I mean, here, here, if everybody operated in that manner, we would all be in a really good place in the world, right? I think so. Okay, Mona before we end because I know that you are a very busy lady. Let's talk about the brand. Is it? Okay, please correct me if I'm permits pronouncing it. Kally. Both work. Yeah, I mean, I call it Hale and Arabic. But I don't really, I feel like that sounds a bit harsh. So I like to say Kaylee. Kay alley, okay, so Kay alley. But I've heard of announced many different ways and I like it. I like hearing it. I heard it in a Latina American accent yesterday and I was like, oh my God, I love that. I can't recreate it 'cause I'm so bad at getting people, but the way she said it was so sexy. I was like, okay, I need to change it to that way, but I love it. But yes, it does mean it means your imagination, you have so many beautiful fragrances to choose from, if somebody is looking to get into the Kay alley world, what how would you direct them? What are maybe your top two fragrances that you think people should dive into the brand with? I would definitely say our vanilla 28 is our bestselling fragrance that we have. And when I developed it, it was really created to be a topper. So I'm all about layering fragrances and for me it was like kind of that one fragrance that seals the deal. I equate it to being like the whipped cream to your dessert. So just like adding a little bit of sweetness to whatever you're wearing, you can wear it on its own as well. Like a lot of people like it on its own, but for me, it's like the perfect layering topper. Secondly, I would say instead of buying one fragrance, maybe by our discovery set, we have a discovery set where we sell 8 fragrances. So they're like little mini vials.
"middle eastern" Discussed on Gloss Angeles
"To say, hey, you need to be launching this this time or we're seeing an uptick in this, like you need to launch a similar version. Have you ever felt any pressure either way? I definitely feel the pressure and it's so challenging because of the speed of content and how things change so fast. It's not only do you have to launch a lot and very often like it's also by the time you actually launch that trend might not even be there anymore because things didn't change so quickly and in product development takes forever like to launch a fragrance on average, it's two to two and a half years from start of concept to actual launch. So it's like that waiting time in between like, hey, you don't know if it's going to be even relevant by then. And you don't know if other people would have done it by then because people are moving so quickly. So it's really it's really one of the biggest challenges. But yeah, it's not going to change. We have to just move with it. You can't avoid this. It's the future and it's probably just going to get even faster. So yeah, it's tough. How do you, though, keep your brand on target? You know, you had a vision for this brand when you launched it. And you don't want to deviate too far away from the original vision that you had. I mean, literally the name means my imagination in Arabic, right? So you obviously want to be able to explore and have fun, but then you don't want people to maybe a year or two pick up the brand and go, this is not something that Mona would ever have done. Why does this so how do you keep focus? I would say and I really think that anyone who's founding a brand should probably do this follow your gut follow your intuition and stay in your own lane, don't start comparing yourself to
"middle eastern" Discussed on Gloss Angeles
"Like, God, whoever's gonna invest in you is so lucky because you are like, a unicorn, like there's not many people like her and she's so passionate, so talented, so incredibly hardworking. I considered myself a hardworking person, but I feel like Jen's like next level. Like she makes me feel like I question am I working hard enough? But we actually told her we're like, if you ever start anything again, please think of us. We would die to invest in you. Not only for, you know, from a business aspect, but just partnering with her is such an honor. She's such a great human. She doesn't just create businesses out of the sake of creating a business. She really wants to make a difference and a positive impact as well. She cares about her community. And she cares about the world. She's just unreal. I know. She's on another level. You're right. I think about her work ethic, and I'm like, I read her book and I'm like, wow, I thought I was a hard worker. I'm not even close to the Jen atkin level. You are, you are such a hard worker. You are still, but yeah, phenomenal. So we told her, we were like, if you ever, please consider us, and she did. So we were like, hands down, you wouldn't even need to tell us your business plan. Like, whatever you do, we believe in you because you're just such an unbelievable person. And she is. Okay, before we move on from here, I need to know what are your favorite styling tools? Like, what are you going for these days? I do love her new her new crimper that she has, not the crimper sorry. I forget what you're calling it. The mermaid wand type of thing? Yeah, the mermaid, it's like a barrel, like a three barrel, yeah. Yes, exactly. I love that because I love waves and especially those type of those type of tools they make it super easy. Like it's a lot easier than doing it with the professional tools. So she's made it really simple for everyone.
"middle eastern" Discussed on Gloss Angeles
"Okay, so I want to talk about your hair. Her hair is just so long flowing, stunning, shiny. Do you have a hair routine because one of the things that I'm starting to notice, especially this year, I wrote a story actually about how the pandemic influenced skin care. And how it changed so many things. And one of the things we saw was the sketch of hair. We might have a 5 step skin care routine now. That's kind of old news. Now we're seeing like these 5 step hair care routines, like before you even get in the shower before you even wash your hair, you're doing like a little scalp scrub and then an oil and then you're getting the comb and doing a little massage. Like, do you have a hair routine? I do definitely take a lot of care of my hair. I think it's also part of the Middle Eastern culture, like people are very big on taking care of your hair. Part of the rituals that historically, it's been every Friday you do like a hair mask, a hair oil ritual, so it's like, it's a big part of the culture, to be honest. I definitely use a lot of products. I love the color while detox product. I don't know if you've tried that yet, but you spray your hair before you wash it out, and it's great if you've done styling and updos and it helps kind of melt the product so that when you wash it, it comes out a bit easier. But that's I haven't tried that one. That one is amazing. So if you're doing styling, I don't use it if I haven't put crazy products in my hair, but especially when you're going out and you've added gel, hairspray, whatever it is, wax, it's really hard to get that out. And you don't want to over shampoo because then you're going to dry out your scalp. So right, this product is amazing. It's probably my favorite innovative product I've tried in a very long time. I do love scalp scrubs too. The brio digio, I hope I'm saying that right, briogeo, it's such a great identified, yes. I love your brand, their charcoal scalp scrub is phenomenal. And I also love their scalp oil treatment. So I agree with you. I think taking care of your skin on your head, your scalp is so important for your hair to be healthy. But I love them. And of course, I love way. I mean, I think Jen adkin is a hair genius. And I love everything she creates. So I use a lot of their masks as well. And also there are scalp scrub its scalp and body. I don't know if you tried that one. It's yes. Divine and the smell, the scent is unreal. So they make my absolute favorite shampoo. It's the detox shampoo. And I use it like once a week just to help get clear of the build up, it does not strip my scalp. It doesn't make my hair feel too clean. I think that people don't realize how to differentiate between a good, a really good solid shampoo. Like when the shampoo runs through your fingers, no, you need a little bit of thickness to the shampoo. So when you activate the ingredients in your hands and put it on your scalp, Jenna taught me so much about doing my own shampoo ritual that I'm like, I can never go back now because she's completely changed how I wash my hair. No, she's amazing. She's also educated me to so much. And I don't know what I'd do without her, honestly. She's amazing. Do you wash your hair often? So I have hair extensions. I have tape ins. Okay. Usually I probably wash my hair three days a week.
"middle eastern" Discussed on Gloss Angeles
"I have not met her properly, but I was leaving one of her concerts once and I yelled J.Lo, I love you and she said, I love you too. So that kind of counts. Wow, wow. I'm actually surprised you haven't met her yet. I feel like that's in the stars. I need to first for sure. Okay, let's talk a little bit about the difference between Middle Eastern beauty standards and western beauty standards. 'cause you don't live in the United States. For anybody that's like, you don't live here. You traveled here to launch this fragrance. And are you in Dubai? I did move to Dubai in 2002. And I've been there ever since. So I feel like I'm kind of like half my life was here in the U.S., the second half has been in Dubai. And yes, it is different because the culture in terms of Middle Eastern beauty. It's definitely, I would say it's starting to merge to almost be the same because of social media. It's like everybody's kind of influenced by other people, so we're almost we're getting inspired by each other and you see some people now being very simple there. Historically, it was all about extravagance. So lots of liner, lots of lashes, lots of color, lots of lipstick. It was very OTT for sure. Now I do think it's part of the influence of social media, like everything's kind of being more refined. And there's just there's such a mixture of people. Like you find everything now. Where historically it was like you had to be over the top. Like you couldn't just wear simple lipstick, you'd look very like out of place. Like you have to do your eyes, you have to do your glam and it was very excessive, which I love. Personally. Right. I'm curious because we have like, you know, Sephora in the United States, I would say Sephora and altar, like the two really big retailers here.
"middle eastern" Discussed on Gloss Angeles
"Look at your hair and we're gonna talk about the difference in beauty between being Middle Eastern and then western beauty, right? And I feel like hair is like a big topic of conversation. Fragrance too, but hair, especially. I guess before we even get into that, do you want to talk about your upbringing for those listeners who are maybe not familiar with your background and how you were raised? I think that's such a really fun story to hear. Sure, of course. So I am Middle Eastern by background. My parents are both originally from Iraq. They immigrated to the U.S. back in the early 80s and both myself and who do we are born here in the states. And we lived in very rural areas, like we lived in cookville, Tennessee for a very long time, and then I lived in Massachusetts as well, Dartmouth mass. So we were always kind of like in places where they weren't very big, very international. It was like very simple, very kind of like the townies, you know? So we grew up very out of place almost because we always had that. I don't know if it's in our DNA or what, but we wanted to be glamorous 24/7, wearing like full makeup to the mall, doing our hair from literally childhood. I would say it could have to do with my pageant era. So like when I was a kid, my mom did put me in the beauty pageants, like from the age of like three to 7, like hardcore, I was like in ten pageants. And I think it might have been what created this obsession with beauty for both hood and myself because just playing with your hair or doing your makeup like at such a young age, it's like it was so fun, but it was also like something that never leaves you. Once you do glam, like you never want to stop. It's just like to be able to transform how you feel so instantly.
"middle eastern" Discussed on Gloss Angeles
"Like I want to know, I feel like those are two different types of scents, but you tell me 'cause I'm not the expert here. Why did you really want to make sure those and Musk were included in these fragrances? To be honest, I just love vanilla so much. And I know tonka is kind of like in the same universe. But I'm a gourmand girl. I love smelling that sweetness. And it helps with longevity. And it's the same with Musk actually as well. It's such a great base for you to kind of start your fragrance pyramid and start building up. So adding those ingredients really help with longevity, and I also feel like all three of them work so well with other notes. You know, there are things that are very widely appealing. So for me, I feel like it's almost like starting your dessert with vanilla ice cream. You know what I mean? It works with everything. Like, what dessert doesn't go well with vanilla ice cream. So to me, that's kind of like what those ingredients are. So I've said this on the podcast before, but I am not usually a gourmand girl, like at all. Really? Yeah, I'm like, I can hear you. No, you have. You totally have. I'm like running around like smelling like vanilla and especially I thought pistachio pistachio gelato was gonna be too much for me. I'm like, this isn't gonna be my vibe. But then I think the packaging does something to your brain, like seeing this beautiful mint pistachio green. You spray it and you're like, oh wait, I can totally wear this. It's such a beautiful fragrance. Thank you so much. You know, it was inspired by my love for pistachio gelato ice cream. So I don't know if you've tried that before. Have you tried it? No. Oh my God, I'm sending it to your house. Like send me.
"middle eastern" Discussed on Gloss Angeles
"Now, in 2018,
"middle eastern" Discussed on Gloss Angeles
"A reminder, Sarah is back for Tuesday episodes only for the next couple of weeks. We want to give her some more time with precious baby cade. She will be back full time sooner than later, but I definitely wanted her to just have some time to decompress. She is on maternity leave for the next couple of months. I didn't want her to have to jump right back into work. So our compromise was that she would come back on Tuesdays to have some banter with yours truly as my work wife and she will be back on Tuesday. In the meantime, I'm thrilled because we have a very special guest today. Somebody that Sarah and I both adore and someone who just has incredible business acumen and really understands the beauty industry has been doing this an incredibly long time. We have Mona kattan. Mona is the global president of huda beauty, she cofounded how to beauty alongside her sisters, huda, of course, and her other sister Al yuk, and they are driving force behind huda beauty as a brand. These sisters really kick ass in this community. Mona saw potential when huda, who is a makeup artist, started designing her own faux lashes and encouraged her to create a product line, then fast forward to 2013, they launch a line of foe eyelashes at Sephora, and the debut collection sold out almost immediately today. They have grown the company to evaluation of $1 billion with a line of groundbreaking products, including everything from body foundation to live contouring pencils, melted eyeshadow to 3D highlighters, all of which are globally distributed at leading retailers, including Sephora, harrods, Net-a-Porter, and many, many others. As the president of huda beauty, Mona continues to grow the hud a brand and oversees brand strategy and drives new innovation.
The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated
Disney's Self-Censorship for China
"Chairman, let me now talk to you about your trip out west. You didn't call me. I would have gone with you to see Iger. I speak Hollywood. Did he just shine you on or did he actually have a candid conversation with you about Disney's agenda with China? Well, I think, you know, we were able to raise a lot of concerns. There's obviously been some high profile incidents. Most notably in the making of the live action Mulan, Disney, not only filmed in Xinjiang province, but thanked local officials. And Iger and his team walked us through what happened, you know, what policy changes they've made, subsequently. I sort of left thinking. And again, this was really an introduction to a world. I've never interacted with in Hollywood before. There's two issues here. There's one involving, if you want a movie to screen in China, you submit to Chinese Communist Party censors, right? And there's a quote of about 34 movies a year that are allowed to get in. They've actually stopped letting a lot of American movies in besides James Cameron movies. And most studios are realizing that when it comes time to formulate their P and L, shoot their profit and loss sheet, they just have to put a big fat zero under China because China's increasingly privileging its domestic movies, which should be a lesson for every industry. So that's one thing. A studio has to make a decision as to whether they accept censorship or tweaking from CCP sensors. That's troubling. The bigger issue and what we didn't really get answers to is the issue of self censorship. If your entire business model is built on the expectation that you'll be able to make money in China, what creative choices are you making on the front end before you film as you're tweaking the script as you're deciding character choices as you're deciding filming locations already expecting that you're going to have to appease a CCP sensor. Put differently, it's one thing to tweak a movie to get access to a particular country. And studios do that not only for China, they do it for Middle Eastern countries, but it's another thing for that censored version to become the global version. And of course, the CCP wants their version to be the global version. They don't want anyone to know they're committing a genocide. They don't want anyone to know they have egregious human rights abuses. And so that's really what we need to be worried about, as well as I just think the general hypocrisy we see from Hollywood sometimes, which is they tend to bash America, particularly conservative America, but they have no problem apologizing for the CCP. So that's the conversation we started. It's just a start, you know, we're going to continue. We're going to follow up, but I think it was a good chance for our members to voice a lot of their concerns. You
The Officer Tatum Show
The Reshaping of God
"Can we roll the first clip of he looked like he's a reverend. He's a reverend if the clip should say reverend. But he's talking about made mention that God is gay. Wrote that clip. God is gay. God is a lesbian. God is trans. God is gender non binary. God is straight. God is cisgender. God is black, God is white. God is Middle Eastern. God is Asian, God is differently abled, mentally and physically God is able bodied. God is you. And you are God, because you are a reflection of God's divine image. I can smell that fire coming up approaching him very soon. With the gasoline draws, I can smell the fumes right now. What are you even saying? I don't know why people gotta get so sold. I wanna say spiritual 'cause this has nothing to do with anything spiritual. I don't know why you gotta get so snazzy. You don't have to make up cool analogies and stuff. None of that is in the Bible. God is you and you are God. You ain't God. If you were a guy you wouldn't be out here cutting up, you ain't God. And God ain't gay and God ain't black. I get I kinda get what he's trying to say with black and white and meaning that God understands you, but that's not what he said. He said God is none binary. God is trans. No, he's not. But you know what he didn't say? And it's the same thing that happened with that pastor with the analogy of the kid saying, can I still smoke marijuana and go to and be a Christian? Of course, he used the analogy of marijuana because that's somewhat insignificant. He didn't say, can I be a pedophile and be a Christian diddy? No, he didn't.
Bloomberg Radio New York
"middle eastern" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Of niggled and I couldn't figure out what it was until the day I left. And it was that in all those ten days I didn't hear the call to prayer. Anytime you're in the Middle East you've got Istanbul and it's sort of overwhelming, right? You'll never miss it. And it certainly struck me that I hadn't heard it in all that time. I went back the next time I tried to find out why that was. And the reason was that as people sort of became disenchanted with the regime, they kind of, you know, identified that with the cult of prayer and the mullahs and so on. And they complained. And eventually the ministry for religion issued the fact by saying that except in certain very holy sites, like in very center of Tehran and so on, they were not allowed to amplify the cult of prayer. It's so striking because it gives you this idea of how long this disenchantment has been going on. They've managed to secularize society and Iran in a way that isn't true in most other Middle Eastern countries. I suppose one reason why most people in Iran have not risen up despite their own dissatisfaction is that the security forces are so efficient at enforcing these laws. And the regime makes very public the way in which they punish people torture and other forms of brutal punishment. What role does that play in both the ability of the regime to hang on despite discontent? And the unwillingness of people to rise up despite discontent. It plays a huge role. It becomes at a certain point, very, very dangerous to go out and protest. You're likely to be imprisoned. And at the same time, you can't really see how you're going to achieve your goal. So it becomes quite quickly dispiriting. We should really remember that these kinds of regimes, they tend to be able to survive long, long after they've lost popularity and legitimacy. And they can do so for as long as the security forces around them are willing to use violence to suppress. When you say one circumstance under which the government might fall, would be that they make a mistake on a scale so large that many more people rise up. Is that a case of them being able to overwhelm the security forces? Exactly what does it look like to overthrow that government? Well, at a certain point in the security force is just done enough because the crowds are just so large. Each country has its limit will be in a different place, but we haven't seen that reached in Iran yet
Bloomberg Radio New York
"middle eastern" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"And I couldn't figure out what it was until the day I left. And it was that in all those ten days I didn't hear the call to prayer. Anytime you're in the Middle East you've got Istanbul and it's sort of overwhelming, right? You'll never miss it. And it certainly struck me that I hadn't heard it in all that time. I went back the next time and I tried to find out why that was. And the reason was that as people sort of became disenchanted with the regime, they kind of identified that with the cult prayer, the mullahs, and so on. And they complained. And eventually, the ministry for religion issued the fact by saying that except in certain very holy sites, I can very center of Tehran and so on. They were not allowed to amplify the call to prayer. It's so striking because it gives you this idea of how long this disenchantment has been going on. They've managed to secularize society and Iran in a way that isn't true in most other Middle Eastern countries. I suppose one reason why most people in Iran have not risen up despite their own dissatisfaction is that the security forces are so efficient at enforcing these laws. And the regime makes very public the way in which they punish people torture and other forms of brutal punishment. What role does that play in both the ability of the regime to hang on despite discontent? And the unwillingness of people to rise up despite discontent. It plays a huge role. It becomes at a certain point very, very dangerous to go out and protest. You're likely to be imprisoned. And at the same time, you can't really see how you're going to achieve your goal. So it becomes quite quickly dispiriting, we should really remember that these kinds of regimes, they tend to be able to survive long, long after they've lost popularity and legitimacy, and they can do so for as long as the security forces around them are willing to use violence to suppress. When you say one circumstance under which the government might fall, would be that they make a mistake on a scale so large that many more people rise up. Is that a case of them being able to overwhelm the security forces? Exactly what does it look like to overthrow that government? Well, at a certain point in the security force is just enough because the crowds are just so large. Each country has its that limit will be in a different place, but we haven't seen that reached in Iran yet.
Skimm'd from The Couch
"middle eastern" Discussed on Skimm'd from The Couch
"Third world country where they don't have, you can't call 9-1-1 if he stops breathing. There's a whole different level that you are dealt with, raising children overseas. And that's kind of where it hit home. There were several situations in the decades we were overseas with a family that we had real touch and go moments where I thought this changes everything. If we don't leave this country with the same kids that we came to this country with. how to process that sentence. But I keep thinking about something I read where a boss said, this is war, there's no vacation. And I think about somebody in the early part of their career, their families and their friends don't know how they spend their time of what they're doing, and in some cases their lives are at risk. How did you literally protect your mental health in yourself and say sane in that existence? You know, a great question. I think we did the work because it was what needed to be done. I think you're focused on results, you're focused on getting the job done, I'm sure I did put myself as a secondary. But I want to also say that when you're doing this kind of a job, the stress levels can go from really high to really low really fast. So let's take away the war zone factor. Let's just go with the day to today job at some Middle Eastern country or an African country. You're doing an operation in your stress levels might be really high while you're in a meeting or completing a mission. But then you have this period where you go back to write up the reports and you're writing up intelligence reports, you're writing up really boring administrative cables and then you get to relax and you're doing a 9 to 5 day for at least that moment while you're writing it up. I find that when you launch your own company, it's different because every single day is
The Dan Bongino Show
Rep. Dan Bishop: Omnibus Bill Is a Betryal of the American People
"A listen to something that representative Dan bishop has had to say about the omnibus bill say that 5 times fast clip 6 This is the way Washington works This is the system in Washington It's not a departure from the system It's what the uni party wants to do actually if you include all $15 billion plus an earmarks it clocks in at $1.85 trillion over 4800 pages when you include all that It's a betrayal of the American people 47 billion more for Ukraine $11 billion for the FBI before we've had a chance at the first witness to see what they're doing in terms of sensory speech and harassing Americans half a $1 billion more than the Biden administration asked for $400 million for a new FBI headquarters They have the provision in their 1 billion 5 and operating funds for the customs and border patrol is prohibited from being used for security of the American border but $400 million for the border security of certain eastern certain Middle Eastern countries like Egypt is just amazing what they've done It's a betrayal by Republican senators Mitch McConnell and Republican senators It's a middle finger in the face of Americans
AP News Radio
The Golden Globes are returning to NBC
"NBC will return to airing the Golden Globe Awards next year as the Hollywood foreign press association seeks to rebuild its reputation I'm Archie's are a letter with the latest A good chunk of Hollywood has boycotted the Golden Globes for the past year and a half after the Los Angeles Times reported the Hollywood foreign press association's 87 members included no black members Last year ceremony was held off the air and without nominees present NBC says the Golden Globes will be back on TV on January 10th The HFPA says it's voting body is now 10% black 10% Middle Eastern 12% Asian in 19% Latino the HFPA also enacted reforms to curtail unethical behavior
"middle eastern" Discussed on Daily Pop
"Okay? Oh my gosh. Let it stay on for 20 minutes. Super messy. Again, you're doing this. It's delicious. Delicious. Lick it off. Get off. This is a great way to start your day, okay? And you're going to leave with a refresh clean face. How about the dreaded dark under eye circles wrinkles and fine lines of which I have none? No. Absolutely not. Do you struggle with the dark on your eyes being Middle Eastern? So you want to focus on foods that are really high in vitamin K so leafy greens, Brussels sprouts, broccoli, if you like them, for fine line and wrinkles, you want to focus on all this citrus and bell pepper. Okay, so make sure these are collagen producing reduces inflammation naturally. Again, I'm going to show you my favorite mask. Okay. So this is manuka honey, spirulina, nourishing facial mask, okay? All right. So manuka honey is really special because it has a lot of healing properties. And then spirit Lena is a major super food. So this is something that is blue green allergies to complete protein. You can put it in a smoothie as well. But on your face, it's really special. Is this like a mask? This is a facial mask. So this one's really messy, but I promise so worth it. Leave it on for 20 minutes. Don't forget about in the neck area. The decolletage. Exactly. When you take this off, your skin is left bright, soft, hydrated and de puff. So it gets rid of all of this dark eye. Spirulina. I gotta go shopping for spirulina at the grocery store. You wanna put it on your face, put it on your body. It's amazing. Well, thank you so much, Karina. I'm gonna try all of this stuff and have a nice snack and I just define someone to lick it off me. Now for more beauty secrets and health tips, head to her Instagram at the Karina method. Coming up with Kardashians drop a dramatic trailer for season two, did Pete get the cut? That's next. I actually love the color of this. What happens when you put Justin and Lonnie together in a kitchen with knives, we're gonna find out tonight on celebrity beans. Take a look at this. Justin, what is the crux of your beef? Is it that Lonnie treats you like a child or like she's some sort of great aunt? You can't ever please. You know, we should be trying to tell me what to do with my
Black Mental Health Podcast
"middle eastern" Discussed on Black Mental Health Podcast
"Issue, no matter what I'm going to tell you, you got to go process it. So are seminary was really intentional about going for those of you who feel a calling towards counseling services, these are the classes. This is what you have to do. You have to sit for your state boards. But we're going to give you enough to understand if a person is grieving, counseling care for a person who is grieving? If, you know, these natural pieces of life. But they were like, but you are not being trained up therapists. Mostly you are not a pun. No refer, not a referral away. No, to not send people to the cycle. Right. Because you miss because you want to miss, you want to misquote or misinterpret something from the Bible because, you know, now I'm trying not to be a bit of a snob. A lot of people who are pastors don't have any real formal background. Uh oh. Uh oh. Uh oh. They don't. They don't have, they don't have, they don't have the training. They don't, they don't understand, you know, today's Tuesday, sermon prep day. You know, classic example. We're gonna talk about where Jesus talks about turning the other cheek. When if you don't know the cultural context for that, you will misinterpret what's being said. You know, it's a Middle Eastern context. Middle Eastern culture is a very right hand dominant culture. You know, you, because, you know, you do think everything's with your right hand. But you clean yourself with your left. So if you're in a right hand dominant culture, and we're having a back and forth. And I want to, you know, and I wanted to and I wanted to grade you and I go to slap you, you know, and these are things that carry over. So if somebody backhands.
The Eric Metaxas Show
Amanda Grace of Ark of Grace Ministries Looks Into Dreams and Prophesies
"Talking to Amanda grace, okay, manda, so you said you're having this dream about a year ago and in the dream you hear Alabama, what? Say it again. Alabama has voted for Trump. Uh huh. It was an announcement. Yes, that interesting. So I hear this, right? The next thing it cuts to. And I'm in a bedroom. Felt the sides may be of our bedroom here in the house. And I see a figure if I'm standing at the foot of the bed, he would be to the right, but if you're standing at the head of the bed he would be to the left, okay? I'm standing at the foot of the bed watching this. I see a figure with white hair. Very decrepit, very old and bed dying. In the bed. In the bed. Dying. Dying. And at the head of the bed with him right next to his head is Obama. And in the room with Obama was a bunch of Middle Eastern looking people. And they're waiting for this individual to die as well. And so I saw Obama's left on the floor. There were three shoes, pairs, the shoes that were in a row. One of them was a Middle Eastern Paris sandals, one of them was a pair of dress shoes that I couldn't really tell what the third one was. And on the bed is a piece of apricot candy like Turkish Delight. And Obama was getting ready to celebrate. He was waiting for this. He was waiting for the old man in the bed to die.
Bloomberg Radio New York
"middle eastern" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Quick take This is a Bloomberg business flesh From Bloomberg's Middle Eastern headquarters in Dubai I'm going to deal with this Bloomberg radio business flash overnight and we did the statement from the fed and it is a message of patience Yes the bond the bond purchases get wound down a little bit but at the end of the day the market interpreted this as a risk on kind of environment so we saw stocks overnight hit records We are posed at boys a little bit higher as well in terms of the S&P 500 mini at the moment I just barely know about a tenth of 1% Euros stock's futures a much much more much more strength there at about 6 tenths of 1% It is all about the rates market And he gets straight into that curling book at U.S. tens and one 59 overnights the curve steeper Wells Fargo maintaining their year on target of one 75 to one 80 although they're saying the market is priced too aggressively when it comes to future rate hikes Commodities is a mixed picture of Brent crude just continuing to see some losses here after quite a big drop overnight rising U.S. inventories on the one hand and new talks on reengagement with Iran That led to a drop of about 4% of the last two sessions FX is a stronger dollar store Euro dollar one 1579 That is the Bloomberg business process goes out to Hannah George to see what else is happening around the world Hannah Thank you.
The Clay Travis and Buck Sexton Show
Merkel, Putin Spar Over Navalny but Vow to Maintain Dialogue
"In this BBC report. German Chancellor Angela Merkel is in Moscow for talks with Russian President Vladimir Putin as the relationship between the two countries. Continues to suffer from ongoing tensions. Last pre pandemic meeting in Moscow Chancellor Merkel and President Putin talked for more than three hours. Some topics haven't changed. Will disagree about Russian backed rebels in eastern Ukraine and find common ground on North Stream two. They're incomplete. Undersea gas pipeline, which Germany's allies opposed to new issues have emerged. Afghanistan and Belarus, which has been pushing Middle Eastern migrants into the European Union in retaliation for sanctions. All this on the anniversary of the nerve agent attack on the jailed opposition leader, Alexei Navalny. He was treated in Germany. Moscow is still trying to
The Charlie Kirk Show
Is Democrat-Led California Running Our Country?
"California's running our country. Nancy pelosi speaker of the house. Adam schiff is out of the house intel committee eric. Swale well is acting like the sultan of brunei shirtless and a foreign middle eastern country with slaves around him and some sort of country. That's awful for free speech protections. We have camera harris vice president. United states menlo park has google facebook and twitter all headquartered there. California runs the whole country. And you're trying to tell me that if republicans can't win back the governor's mansion in california that you can't take back the house of the senate.
Israel Briefly Shells Southern Lebanon After Militant Rocket Fire
"Israel defense forces said early tuesday it fired artillery shells at lemmon retaliation for rocket's launch toward israel from the neighbouring middle eastern country. The idea of said it launched a barrage at lebanon in response to two rockets launch toward it that triggered sirens throughout northern
TED Talks Daily
A New Approach to Defending the Human Rights of Migrants
"A decade ago after peaceful revolution toppled longtime tunisia dictator bin. Ali i was sitting in an orange grove outside athens. Greece documented migrants. Were hiding there. I came to interview them about human rights abuses suffered while enter europe one of them. Tunisian fellow in a leather jacket explained the people who overthrew ben ali they want democracy and identified life. We across the mediterranean want. Democracy didn't life. What is the difference. The migrant is a kind of revolutionary is idea stuck with me and informed might work as a lawyer and a scholar ever since as middle eastern revolutions turned into civil wars. The refugee crisis unfolded in the measuring. This exacerbated political pressures against asylum-seekers. Initially the european court of human rights took a strong stand against sport or violence in two thousand twelve court decided that the cannot turn asylum seekers back from the mediterranean dangerous libyan territory that first hearing them the human rights community cheer. I was not one of those who cheered in my scholarship. I predicted that this kind of decision could also generate bad results states determined to enforce their own return back asylum seekers even before the entered the supervision of their own courts. I was regretfully correct in recent years. The italians have relied on living to do their dirty work. So eager are some european governments deduction on human rights obligations if an armed libyan militia ignoring the rampant use of torture. This is also why since january. Twenty fourteen more than thirty. Four thousand migrants died by grounding in the mediterranean and since covid nineteen again the militarized border into. Mentoring has come in some ways. Even more extreme but has the militarized quarter caused deaths by drowning.
AP 24 Hour News
President Biden Praises Cease-Fire in Middle Eastern Conflict
"middle eastern" Discussed on 790 KABC
"She tweets out, We stand in solidarity with the Palestinian residents of Sheikh Jarrah and East Jerusalem. Israeli forces are forcing families from their homes during Ramadan and inflicting violence. It's inhumane Theo special leadership in safeguarding the human rights of Palestinians against a private legal dispute. And this is what you choose to tweet well, people are engaging in actual act of rioting and violence and massive rocket attacks. His genius stuff there from the squad again. This is because the fire left has decided that they do not like Israel. And the reason they do not like Israel is for the same reason that frankly, they don't like America very much, And that is In their view, all of the world's a zero sum game. If there's any group that is successful in any group that is unsuccessful. It must be that the successful group did something bad to the unsuccessful group. So if you can create a coalition of the dispossessed, they can all get together and marched together to tear down the systems. That is the reason why you will see black lives matter, having statements about Palestine in their in their bizarre little manifesto. Like, what does this have to do with anything? The answer is that it's all about creating this coalition of the supposedly dispossessed to wreck the system. That's really why the left side with all of this nonsense. Meanwhile, the Biden administration has his own plans with regard to Middle Eastern politics, and that has to do with a broad rejiggering of how they hope Middle Eastern politics goes, and it's really done along Obama lines. What this really means that one of the fomenting factors here is not just that the Biden administration decided to re sign checks to Hamas and the Palestinian Authority. They also decided they were going to make nice with Iran, which is the great terror response, sir in the Middle East because what they would like to see is Ron become a regional power. Supposedly, so the United States would like back off, so they think, Okay, we'll create a balance of power between Israel and Iran. Which is unbelievable. We're actually fostering a terrorist state. Extremists were there in a bad situation, Iran and we're fostering that terrorist state because Joe Biden would love nothing better than to restore some level of balance of power in the Middle East. Effectuating the power. They state that openly chance death to America and death is real. Very impressive stuff. And by the way, becoming the propaganda arm, we'll get to that in just one minute. It's amazing how in just three months We can have a president takes office on the way seriously. He took office as the luckiest man maybe ever to take American office. Number one. He didn't run a campaign number two He took office in the wake of a very unpopular president. Number three. He took office in the middle of a naturally occurring economic recovery for which he was not responsible. He took office in the middle. The covert pandemic for which the vaccine had already been developed in a vaccine trenching plan had already been developed. He took office the year after massive racial conflagration, the United States and he took office with basically peace in the Middle East, breaking out everywhere. He's proceeded to exacerbate the racial conflict in the United States. Destroy economic growth curve through his ridiculous spending programs and set the Middle East on fire by incentivizing all the worst forces in the Middle East and attempting to reverse the effect of peace deals. They were breaking out all over the Middle East. We're only four months in gang wait for a few years. So the fact is the Biden administration has this bizarre notion that they're going to establish some sort of balance of power a real politics situation in the Middle East, the start under Barack Obama, who was fully invested in the notion that Iran was going to cry to counterbalance to the Sunni Arab states that this would somehow make the region better, which is insane, since the Ayatollahs running around. This is one of the reasons why Obama went super soft. When the When the Iranian revolution was happening in 2009, he sort of looked the other way is running as got shot down in the street. Is a great piece over a tablet right now about the realignment, the Middle East that Biden is attempting to effectuate. And basically, what they're attempting to do is allow Tehran to gain an economic prominence. They would they would like to allow Iran to get a nuclear bomb by 2031. They want to end the sanctions. They want to implement a policy of accommodation of Iran and its tentacles in Iraq, Syria, Yemen in Lebanon, and they want to force that policy on America's closest allies so they can establish this so called the balance of power. That is the goal here. This, of course, is going to be a giant fail because every time you make concessions to Iran around immediately gets more militants, right. This is what they do. So right now, just this the last few weeks, there've been these ongoing bullcrap negotiations in Europe between Biden and Iranian leaders, and they're not in the same room together. They're staying in two separate hotel rooms. The name couriers were running back and forth with letters. It turns out that Ron doesn't want to dismantle any of its new nuclear activities since the advent of the Trump administration and the end of the original Iran deal. The Biden administration is looking at them and going well. We need something. We need some sort of fig leaf so that we can remove the economic sanctions at this point, But it is clear that the White House wants to make accommodations for the Iranian government, despite the fact that we don't need to make accommodations for the Iranian government. We've already made a bunch of accommodations for the Iranian government. For example, the Biden administration on entering office immediately oriented itself. Anti Saudi The Trump Administration was quite pro Saudi because Saudi was pushing very hard for peace deals in the Middle East. To to create a sort of anti Iranian alliance, ironically caused by by Barack Obama. Support for Ron. By an administration came in attempted to reverse all that their first move was to declare that the WHO these in Yemen were not actually a terrorist entity, which, of course, is insane. Who these are, in fact a terrorist entity. Then they decided they were going to release that report on Jamal Call Shaggy and the murder of Jamal Shati at the hands of the Saudi monarchy that was like a two year old story. They decided to release the report to generate some cover for the fact that they were now citing pretty openly With Iran. Iran. Meanwhile, they were trying to press forward this negotiation with Iran in order to pay Iran in order to try and strengthen Iran, and their hope was that Iran would then somehow moderate, become wonderful. Be a counterbalance to the Saudi regime. The Iranians in these negotiations have been demanding, according to the New York Times that they be allowed to keep the advanced nuclear fuel production equipment they installed after Trump abandon the pact and integration with the world financial system beyond what they achieved under the 2015 agreement. Biden administration says restoring the old deal is just a stepping stone. Right? Okay, so this is the great life but they're going to say is we are the first year we sign, which is just a bunch of concessions to Iran. That's just a stepping stone. But here's the thing. It isn't just a stepping stone because usually a stepping stone is followed by another stone. It's just a stone in the middle of the water. You're just standing there in the middle of the river, and that's the Biden administration is doing right now with regard to Iran. Iran, for its part, is trying to pressure the Biden administration and intimidated by the administration.
Monocle 24: The Menu
Reem Kassis: The Arabesque Table
"Palestinian rights ream cusses released her debut cookbook palestinian table in two thousand seventeen four much critical acclaim now cast is is back with her second book. The arabesque table contemporary recipes from the arab world the released takes a broader look at contemporary cooking across the arab world emphasizing. How much different countries. Sharon have influence on each other. I spoke to causes a bit earlier on. She started by explaining. Why choosing the name for the book too long then writing it. I submitted my second manuscript drafts without a title for the book but in hindsight is actually a blessing more than anything because the name derived as a result of the experience of writing. And what i learned along the way and the reason we chose. The arabesque table is arabesque. As you might already know is an intertwined hatter or design that is recognized and islamic arabic art and what i wanted to convey with. The book was at cuisine. Similar to this artistic pattern that inspired the title is inherently also infinitely intertwined and more beautiful as a result in addition to that though i mean we were trying to get a name that conveyed what the food was and to call it. The arab table would not necessarily have been accurate because there were a lot of dishes inside. That were inspired by other cuisines intersection of those cuisines. So arabesque conveyed both of those things. You know the intersection at the same time. The idea that it is not purely one regional kind of cooking in the book but tell me more about the approach you took when you were working on this book you say that you wanted to celebrate the evolution of middle eastern cuisine. One thing i specified in the book is the whole idea of the term. Middle east doesn't convey accurately the cuisine of our region because middle east is simply a term for a region that was between the british empire's easternmost colony of india and europe and what really ties. The cuisine of region together is it's being arab and it's acculturation under arab and islamic
Pope Francis Begins Visit to Iraq
"Pope francis arrived in iraq on friday in the first ever papal visit to the middle. Eastern nation and heightened security concerns for the pontiff. An woods considered one of the most dangerous countries on earth. Francis departed vatican city early friday morning and arrived in baghdad. A few hours later the pope said before the trip felt compelled to make the risky visit to iraq. Because it's people have suffered so much.
Pope calls for end to violence on historic Iraq visit
"Event is underway in the Middle East. Pope Francis is now on the ground in Baghdad, making his historic first visit to Iraq, Michael Castor reports. Francis is the first pope to visit the Middle Eastern nation, often called the cradle of civilization is he set off a little known Shiite militia group, The Guardians of blood Brigade declared a unilateral temporary ceasefire stay in effect during the pope's four day visit. He's scheduled to meet with the president of Iraq, as well as Kurdish authorities and the Grand Ayatollah Ali al Sistani. Is the highest authority of Shiite Muslims in Iraq.
White House to release new guidelines after Khashoggi intel report
"Covert deaths, a new declassified version of the U. S Intelligence report concluding that Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Solomon often referred to his NBS approved of the 2018 killing of journalists, Jamal Kashiwagi, the officials saying that the report by the office of the Director of National Intelligence, Deanna In coordination with the CIA, concluding that the crown prince approved in likely erred erred, ordered the murder of Kashiwagi, who's washing post column had criticized the crown Prince CNN, NBC and Reuters are among those news organizations reporting that the group which had assassinated and dismembered this Saudi dissident, then flew to Istanbul on private jets owned by a company previously seized by the Middle Eastern kingdoms, Controversial MBS. But at the White House today, this question to press secretary Jen Psaki said. When they Talk that the president won't hold back. Will he be following up this talk with actions are sanctions on the table. E think there are a range of actions that are on the table. But the first step is the next step. I should say it's for the president to speak with the king. We expect that to happen very soon. As you know, we've committed to the release of an unclassified report that would come out from Deanna and not from the White House on. Of course, our administration is focused on recalibrating the relationship as we've talked about in here previously, and certainly there are areas where we will express concerns on and leave open the option of accountability. There also areas where we will continue to work with Saudi Arabia. Given the threats they face in the region. Well, hold up to the phone call. Is the king avoiding your calls? I don't think that's the characterization. The president has a busy schedule. The king. Obviously, I can't speak to his schedule. I'm not his spokesperson, but we expect the call to happen very soon. I think there was an inaccurate reporting about being confirmed when it wasn't a confirmed call. Yet if you have made clear that the president's gonna be speaking with his counterpart with it came with the Crown prince. But given the Crown princess role in the future of the kingdom, and that he is expected to be implicated here, why not speak to the person I expect to be responsible? Well, I think the president's conversation will cover a range of topics with the king. There's obviously A lot to discuss with Saudi Arabian with the leaders of Saudi Arabia, And as I noted, a previously noted the conferences have been engaged with his appropriate counterparts. The president will be engaged with his appropriate counterparts, and we're engaged at many levels with leaders in Saudi Arabia. So will the conferences counterparts here, But often he's teaching him about this issue that he spoke with him last week. They did a readout. I don't think I have anything more about their call from today's White House briefing. We should Point out during a September 2019 interview with CBS is Norah O'Donnell for 60 Minutes. Piece, the Saudi Crown prince denying any knowledge of Jamal cash. Augie's death his answers through a translator. The world wants the answer to this question. How did you not know about this operation about that? Some think that I should know what three million people working for the Saudi government do daily. It's impossible that the three million would send their daily reports to the leader or the second highest person in the Saudi government. Two of your closest advisors, who are accused of orchestrating this plot were fired by the king removed. From your inner circle. The question is, How could you not know if this was carried out by people who are close to you? The only doctors today the investigations are being carried out and once charges are proven against someone, regardless of their rank, it will be taken to court. No exception made. I've read what the Saudi prosecutor has said about those that are charged in this murder. And it's gruesome the details when you heard that people close to you and in your government carried out such a grisly murder, and that the American government thinks that you ordered it. What did you think I could be the godmother of Lord Coffee, Mother, Cutie. I believe what you mentioned is not correct. There isn't an official statement announced by the American government in this rig. Heart. There isn't clear information or evidence that someone close to me did something to that effect their charges and they're being investigated. But again, you cannot imagine the pain that we suffered, especially as the Saudi government from a crime such as this one. That from September of 2019 the interview available at CBS news dot com, and you heard the Saudi Crown Prince to a translator. Again the headline today a new declassified version of the U. S Intelligence report, concluding that the Saudi Crown prince did approve of the 2018 killing of
TED Talks Daily
The people who caused the climate crisis aren't the ones who will solve it
"We don't just have a climate crisis. We have a climate leadership prices. We've acted as though an environmental crisis created by corporate and government elites can now somehow be solved by these same corporate and government elites people on the frontlines the people most impacted by wildfires pollution. Rising sea levels have no other role but to suffer censoring. The leadership of these communities in leading us out of this crisis isn't only the just thing to do. It is the most important thing that we can do to actually solve this crisis because people when they take anymore they rise up and they lead us to a better future. Desperate times lead to creative and just solutions by those most impacted. I know that from experience because like so many other low income families searching for livelihoods when my mother brother. I emigrated from colombia. We made our homes alongside landfills incinerators oil refineries power plants and waste treatment plants in neighborhoods that serve as the sacrifice zones to fuel the economy of this nation and oftentimes the world in the seventies in southwest detroit. We live in the shadow of the marathon oil refinery and in the eighties in queens new york we played handball in vacant contaminant. Lots unknowingly breathing in dangerously high levels of sulfur dioxide from power plants nearby in the. Us if you're poor and your indigenous black middle eastern pacific islander asian or latin necks you most often than not live play pray and work in a sacrifice on. I'm saying this because i've been assaulted by. Pollution violence my whole life. And although i've been on the front lines as a climate justice leader for twenty years. I've been envisioning solutions to the environmental crisis. Since i was a kid dreaming up a better world for people like me. People in sacrifice owns that are also leading adjust transition away from this extractive model of development to one feels just for all of us in the name of climate justice so what is climate justice. It's simple if climate change was created by ecconomic and racial injustice than effective solutions to the climate crisis have to include economic and racial justice climate justice centers. The struggle the solutions of those on the frontlines of the crisis communities who have been under resourced and played by everything from police violence racism struggling schools and so much more these same communities have been historically and disproportionately exposed and subjected to pollution and contamination from industry these are the workers who are essential but treated expendable by big corporations corporations and this wildly unjust economic system in which we live in front line communities. Aren't the people whose homes on the beach are being threatened by rosia in their communities and families whose homes are already underwater children already camry from asthma and neighbors who are ready drinking polluted water poisoned water in the midst of a global pandemic multiple uprisings for racial justice democracy and record wildfires droughts storms. It's time we finally realized that we can't fix injustice with more injustice. I'll go so far as to say that frontline communities are the only ones that can get us of this crisis and in fact they already are and there's so many great examples but to give just one in washington state. A rural farming community
103.5 KISS FM
"middle eastern" Discussed on 103.5 KISS FM
"Z across your belly that she would want me to do this surgery. Will you kick him in the balls right now? I I don't need it any way. You like it totally group you'll be like, Oh, you didn't have to push it out. They just cut it out. Yes. So you know what? Never mind taking the thing that great husband and you did. I did. Oh, my God, I'm so if she could have gotten out of bed to kick you in the balls, she would've kicked you in the hay Erica. Hey, let's talk about this. Good morning. This push present. What is the deal with this is that everyone getting pushed presence I don't know. I just had a baby seven months ago and my husband cheated me out of a push present. I did not get anything that I just got like that. You gotta know about it or not hearing back. So now you're hearing about it. You're like you're gonna circle back and see. How can you know stuff I'm gonna be like, Hey, get me out of this. There's something See, this is the problem. Once we start normalizing push President's It becomes a mandated thing. I'm not upset about it. I just I want to know when it started. And if everybody is getting them, I mean, sure. Look, I mean, as men. We don't have to do any of this stuff. You know, we we may agree 50 50 to have a baby. But then, and I'm not saying we don't support women. We do support you during the pregnancy and hopefully get things for you. And if you can't go toe appointments and and and take care of you, but whatever, but but we're not carrying the baby and the baby's not coming out of us. So if you want a little something extra, I don't have a problem with it. I just It's just being these words being thrown around among my sister's friends. I'm like, Is this just a boozy thing? I think just a boozy day. I mean, I agree with the Twitter person that you read earlier. That was like the babies the gift so I don't necessarily expect anything but a candy bar would have been nice afterwards. Get your candy bar. I'm not saying you have to go out and buy like whatever like a B b get a new ring or something like that. No, exactly could be anything and women know the baby's the president. Even if they get a push present. They're not. You know, they love the baby agree. My sister doesn't not valuing the child in me. Any last week. You know, it's no, but but no. I mean, she's getting a very nice gift for doing this, and I think well, okay. Hey, good for her. Thank you, Erica. Have a good day. Thank you. You know, it's a very nice present. And so that's the other thing is and again. Let's take my sister out of it. I mean it just just to keeping up with the Joneses. This is another keeping up with the geologist thing True, That's what I want to know is if all your peers are getting these presents than is there pressure to spend money, you know, in a lot for a lot of people having the baby itself is a huge expense. You know, outfitting the nursery in that. The whole process. And then on and then then I go and buy a bag or something. Hey, Sabrina. Good morning. Hi. Good morning. What's the deal with the push present? On So in Middle Eastern culture, we usually the meal or the spouse or partner usually gets their wife or south, a gift. And, if usually gold Wow. Okay. Yeah. Totally uncalled for. All right. Well, that just so you had a baby. And what did you get, like A like a ring or something? Yeah, it's like either a ringer briefly and like with Middle Eastern culture, Gold is a big thing. So we get old. Pretty cool one for every baby or just for the first or what? Yeah, for each baby was ever baby you get all right, popping out babies every nine months over here. No feeling.
GOP senator urges Biden to confirm US will keep embassy in Jerusalem
"Republican Senator go, Haggerty wrote to President Biden, urging him to publicly and confirm that he will keep the U. S Embassy in Jerusalem Senate. An overnight vote session on Friday passed a nonbinding amendment introduced by Haggerty and Republican Senator Jim Inhofe of Oklahoma by a vote of 97 to 3 in support of maintaining the embassy in Jerusalem. The embassy was relocated there during the Trump administration from Tel Aviv after previous presidents had punted on the move. First term senator who previously served as an ambassador to Japan also urged Mr Biden to build on the Abraham accords a serious of agreements the Trump Administration broker to normalize relations between a handful of Middle Eastern countries and Israel. Edie Bennett in
Masters in Business
Biden administration to remove Houthis from terrorist list, reversing Trump's decision
"Is planning to drop the government's terrorist designation for Yemen's Houthi rebels. The designation was given at the last minute on the last full day of the Trump administration. Reversal comes a day after Biden announced to stop to US support for the Saudi Arabian military campaign against the Iranian backed Houthi in Yemen. The six year conflict has claimed countless civilian lives and created a humanitarian crisis in the Middle Eastern nation State Department said the decision will clear the way for more relief aid.