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US Withdrawal From Afghanistan Complete

Squawk Pod

02:08 min | 3 months ago

US Withdrawal From Afghanistan Complete

"Us military though completed its withdrawal from afghanistan ending a twenty year war. major general. Christopher donahue is the last soldier to board the final plane that left kabul yesterday and jeffers joins us now with more morning aiming good morning. Joe yup america's longest war ended yesterday at three twenty nine pm eastern time and unfortunately joe. Us officials acknowledged that there were americans who were not able to get out who were left behind in afghanistan. Anthony blinken secretary of state yesterday said that there were under two hundred americans who still wanted to leave who remain in now the. Us now has suspended. Its diplomatic presence in kabul. It's transferred operations to doha cutter. So for now. The diplomatic operation will be from a distance in terms of dealing with afghanistan. The us is going to work to reopen the kabul airport for civilian traffic as soon as possible and the commitment he said to get. Our afghan allies out has no deadline. So that mission is going to be ongoing. How they're going to get out. Though is the trick blink and explained yesterday what's going to happen next. Here's what he said. We're also working to identify ways to support. Americans legal permanent residents and afghans will work with us in who may choose to depart the overland routes we have no allusion. Any of this will be easy or rapid this will be an entirely different phase from the evacuation. The just concluded now. General kenneth mackenzie. He's the head of centcom said yesterday in a briefing with reporters at the pentagon that there was a logic to why the united states decided to leave even as there are. Some americans still left behind. Here's what he said. There's a lot of heartbreak associated with this departure. We did not get everybody out that we wanted to get out. But i think if which stayed another ten days louis. We wouldn't have gotten everybody out that we wanted to get out and they're still would have been people who would have been disappointed with so the calculation was for force protection that is the us soldiers and afghan soldiers who regarding that airport ultimately the risk of taking on more casualties overwhelmed. The potential benefit of getting any more americans out as general. Mackenzie said

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"mohamed" Discussed on Mohamed Ghilan

Mohamed Ghilan

04:09 min | 3 months ago

"mohamed" Discussed on Mohamed Ghilan

"And I have a few programs going on over there. And it's a weekly commitment that I have where I have live Sessions right now I'm going through magnetic field just about to finish. And we're going to get into a lash Mai after that. So that's a live class that I do every week. And then there's the helicopter, which is a program that I have and the Los academy. And we do live sessions every week. The on Sundays. And I go through right now, the how come the aphorisms of ibn art are less secondary. And we're about halfway through that..

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Former Mauritanian President Aziz in Jail Over Corruption Charges

The Economist: The Intelligence

01:53 min | 5 months ago

Former Mauritanian President Aziz in Jail Over Corruption Charges

"The former president of mauritania mohamed abdelaziz was jailed yesterday. He had been indicted in march accused of graft when he led the country between two thousand eight and two thousand nineteen allegations that he denies while under house arrest. He failed to report to police. Sparking is president. Mauritania is a large but sparsely populated west african country who society is deeply divided. Partly that's down to a long history of corruption but also suffers from a legacy stretches deep into its history so martina has actually a long history of slavery representing abolished in one thousand. Nine hundred one lead. That was any backed with criminal laws in two thousand seven. Kinley salmon is an africa correspondent for the economist. Martinez made up of morrish. Elitest can people and also black people of african origin but black mauritanians. Even those who have free of slavery of have been persecuted deported back in nineteen eighty-nine in particular an all. this history is created. Really quite deacon equalities in divisions that still very evident today the countries have been beset unfortunately by a number of coups and corruption so i. It's an a challenge in place and in currently for example stands one hundred and fifty seventh on the united nations human development index. It's a send a country that has had a troubled past and what about its future. Any of that changing Well the signs of change those a presidential election in two nineteen which led to the country's first ever peaceful transfer of power and the new president. Mohamed olga swanee. Many people thought he would follow the status quo but actually acted against the former president allowing parliament to investigate corruption and that's led to arrests of officials including of the former president himself

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Thousands of Migrants Swim From Morocco to Spanish Enclave of Ceuta

AP News Radio

00:48 sec | 6 months ago

Thousands of Migrants Swim From Morocco to Spanish Enclave of Ceuta

"The Spanish enclave of save ten North Africa on the border with Morocco has received over eight thousand migrants in just forty eight hours well some of the migrants were received with open arms by the forty percent Muslim population is receiving unless someone well come by far right groups he sees the flood of migrants as an invasion one migrants Mohamed Bangoura from Guinea says his situation has not improved since arriving on European soil it is complicated here and no one else comes to help us out in the street days no one is sold every test suffer here at the same time many Moroccan parents all scrambling for news of their children as a thirties confirm over four hundred miners were among more than eight thousand migrants who arrived and saved her from Morocco by scanning a border fence still swimming around it I'm Karen Thomas

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2 Teen Girls Charged With Carjacking, Killing Uber Eats Driver

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:41 sec | 8 months ago

2 Teen Girls Charged With Carjacking, Killing Uber Eats Driver

"Of in school transmission to young teenage girls charged with Carjacking and killing maneuver. Each driver in the district last week go before a judge there not be named because of their age. In D. C. Superior Court Judge Lynn Liebowitz ask the girls to identify themselves. The sound of their young voices emphasized to everyone in the virtual hearing the defendants in this murder case our Children. Prosecutor says she has not yet offered a plea deal to the 13 or 15 year old girls, who police say despite being too young to drive attempted to carjack 66 year old Mohamed Anwar outside Nat's Park last week, ending in a crash that killed the uber its driver. D C. Police have said that at least one girl was armed with a stun gun there facing armed Carjacking and felony murder

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Teen girls charged in Washington, DC Uber Eats carjacking back in court

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:42 sec | 8 months ago

Teen girls charged in Washington, DC Uber Eats carjacking back in court

"Two teenage girls charged with Carjacking and killing an uber eats driver last week went before a DC judge this morning. The entire event was captured on witnesses, cell phone cameras outside Nationals Park. Our story from Double D T o peacemaking clarity. The girls spoke to D. C. Superior Court Judge Lynn Liebowitz telling her They're 13 and 15 years old while too young to drive D C. Police say the teens attempted to carjack uber eats driver Mohamed Anwar outside Nationals Park armed with the stun gun on March 24th. That ended in a crash that killed the Springfield, Virginia man in the virtual hearing. The prosecutor said she's yet to offer a plea deal to the teens who are both charged with felony murder and armed Carjacking. They'll be in court again next

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Two teen girls charged with murder in Washington DC carjacking death of Uber Eats driver

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:43 sec | 8 months ago

Two teen girls charged with murder in Washington DC carjacking death of Uber Eats driver

"When you needed one. That's how relatives this morning described the driver who was killed this week locally and what d C police say was an attempted Carjacking that led to a crash Tuesday near Nationals Park. The family of 66 year old Mohamed Anwar of Springfield has launched a go fund me to raise money for a traditional Islamic funeral and additional expenses. The Web page says. Anwar was a Pakistani immigrant who came to the US to create a better life for himself and his family. And he was the bird. Winner and war was an uber driver and the company confirms he was making an uber eats delivery when the attack happened to girls just 13 and 15 years old, are charged with murder and armed Carjacking in this case. Michelle Bash. W T o P News So

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GoFundMe launched for victim’s family after Washington DC carjacking turned fatal

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:47 sec | 8 months ago

GoFundMe launched for victim’s family after Washington DC carjacking turned fatal

"Provided a smile. They say when you needed one. That's how relatives this morning described the driver who was killed this week, and what d C police say was an attempted Carjacking that led to a crash Tuesday. There. That's part. The family of 66 year old Mohamed Anwar of Springfield has launched a go fund me to raise money for a traditional Islamic funeral and additional expenses. The Web page, says Anwar A Pakistani immigrant who came to the US to create a better life for himself and his family. And he was the breadwinner and war was an uber driver and the company confirms he was making an uber eats delivery when the attack happened to girls just 13 and 15 years old, are charged with murder and armed Carjacking in this case. Michelle Bash w T O P News So far more than $61,000 has been raised for Anwar's family

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No clear winner in Israeli election, signaling more deadlock

The World

01:26 min | 8 months ago

No clear winner in Israeli election, signaling more deadlock

"Thinking, wait, I've heard this story before. It's because you have Here's how it goes. Israeli voters went to the polls yesterday for the fourth time in two years. They favored Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's Likud Party, but didn't give Netanyahu's coalition enough votes to form a government so Israel remains in deadlock. Rinse and repeat. But here's where the story is different. This time, the emergence of a small Arab political party could tip the scales. Either way, I'm joined now by Mohamed to Russia. He's a political analyst in Israel and the director of the center for a shared society and give up Viva and NGO in Israel. Mohammed re surprised that the election results were so all over the place and that no side reached majority. What were you thinking? Of course. Why would it be any different? Well, I think it was a bit surprising. A. You know, every elections, you do have hopes that something will happen, and nothing actually happened. For the fourth time. We're still stuck in the stone Me in the political stalemate, which revolves around be enemy. Netanyahu. He doesn't have a majority hasn't had the majority in the last four elections, and it doesn't have a majority now, and it's hard when you elect a president. He's dependent on sometimes four seats in the parliament that can tell the balance and force new elections at any given time, not only once every four years. One detail that struck me

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"mohamed" Discussed on Mohamed Ghilan

Mohamed Ghilan

04:46 min | 9 months ago

"mohamed" Discussed on Mohamed Ghilan

"So this is the Still feeling that human vulnerability and teaching us that even at his level he still had to make that door and so for us. We also have to engage in making So that we don't fall into our own delusions the way that you find yourself or you can confirm for yourself that you're not being delusional is whenever it comes to your perception of something in the world or something happening. We should always try to substantiate that. Go back to with the koran. You've got to go back to the koran to youth. Did las powder say what did the bills are set him. Say about this and through that we can reorient our perception of events in the world in things that are happening to our lives so that we can actually experience it in a way where we have that maria that togetherness with panel data only through. That will actually be able to transcend them get beyond these delusions that we can be subject to but it begins. I with with windy up in. I sit down just establish what the what. The truth is rationally. Speaking you study to. You're not just adopting a belief. 'cause you just happen to be boring into it. You're doing it because you've actually looked into it and you studied now established. This is rational. This is not This is not an irrational religion. Now i gotta practice these things as you practice them. You graduate from emily into a from a variety of clean and then from. I graduated in charlotte to help with and so fouled robuck kalihi Opinion is Worship lord until death comes to the also means that certainty that you get so Two meanings of that As a l'hotel agent. I hope that answers your question. It's as long as you recognize your fallibility and you always. That's why our scholars there's a lesson in the way that our scholars always ended their answers to anything. They always had long island. Ally knows best. Even the beloved sausage says when two people come to him with the disputation he said. Be careful what you plan. Because i'm a judge for the one who is more eloquent than the other one so i could fall for a presentation kind of Delusion that you make yourself look like you're.

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"mohamed" Discussed on Mohamed Ghilan

Mohamed Ghilan

03:18 min | 9 months ago

"mohamed" Discussed on Mohamed Ghilan

"Narrative finally chapter four only two things. Turn attention to from there. The whole thing is a fascinating. But i'm just just for the sake of time. Page one thirty nine. They do a contrast between psychology and psychiatry. I understand that some of some people. There is a pretty good chance. Caught a number of you here and a more that are going to be watching this recording Who have Mental health things that they're dealing with. They're dealing with psychologists and psychiatrists. You need to read the section on the contrast between psychiatry psychology. psychiatry For those of you. Who haven't jaw weren't with us Go back to the two thousand seventeen book list and Go through a soul machine. George macari we did a multi part series on that book and read that book because it will tell you something about psychiatry that been aware of But the point here the day make is that a psychiatrist is less concerned with the psychological the psychological phenomenon per se And understanding the source of it understanding emotions. Enersen how to deal with that. Non therapy with through non medication means psychologists on the other hand are actually a little more rigorously. Trained clinical psychologist specifically talking about rigorously. Trained in therapeutic interventions. That don't necessarily rely on. Here's a pill for it And really this chapter is using the example of psychology and psychiatry and and this kind of field to make a point with regards to A closed loop of judgment is the title of this job is up heading of this chapter. Which is you come up with a theory. You have a framework that you work with you. See the world through that framework. You self confirmed for yourself. It's all a clue a closed loop in the sense. That is all based on your subjective opinion and everything you see has to be reinterpreted through that light And that's a problem. Page one forty eight. They do talk about the final thing. I'm gonna cover here. They joined forty eight as they talk about. What the scientific method four. The scientific method consists of the use of procedures designed to show not that our predictions and hypotheses right but they might be wrong. Scientific reasoning is useful to anyone in any job because it makes us face the possibility even the dia reality that we were mistaken. It forces us to confront ourselves justifications and put them on public display for others to puncture at its core therefore sciences. A form of arrogance control Long stan i'm gonna close off my kind of bit on this because i been talking for a while and i just wanna get maybe Whoever wants to chime in if you just want to write it. I'll read it out If you guys are happy for me to continue reading your comments and your questions but if anybody wants to actually turn on their mike and just get in here modicum. Can you hear that. I'm going to have to love. Okay just wanted us. You just want to ask you a question just as you come from like a neuroscience background but in the first chapter it talks about this..

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Somalias political problem

Monocle 24: The Foreign Desk

05:18 min | 10 months ago

Somalias political problem

"The logic of defined political terms that they provide the body politic with the sort of inoculation against what usually results when one person holds power to loan going back to the voters every so often to ask whether or not they won't. The person in charge to crack on is a sensible precautionary measure. See also the term limit. Which in some jurisdictions imposes a ceiling on the talk any single citizen may occupy the big desk there is however and as somalia. Is this week discovering an inbuilt floor with the setup at the moment the term elapses either the incumbent needs to have a renewed mandate in their pocket or a successor has to be ready to take the oath of office. The time of somali president mohamed abdullah muhammad better known as fa- modu was up on monday however because no elections have been held. No president has been chosen. Several opposition factions and two of somalia's five states have declared that they will no longer recognized for marjo as president before we look at what happens next spoiler alert very possibly nothing. Good a brisk. Recap of the backstory is probably in order the new president from i. I'm i'm very happy today. Because the new president's da for mall. Joe was elected in two thousand and seventeen. The idea had been that this was going to be a proper one person. One vote direct election but it was decided probably correctly that the polling stations and qs. Office somalia's various incorrigible militant groups rather too many targets. Instead from our joe was elected by somalia's parliament which is also not directly elected but instead chosen via a framework which has power among somalia's clans and states. This is a necessarily complex apparatus. Many of the clans dislike each other and a few of the states Iffy on whether they even think they're part of somalia says much about what somalia's mp's were up against when they chose the president that this vote was held not in the parliament building in mogadishu but in a heavily guarded and fortified hangar at aden a international airport and only after it had been closed to air traffic and mogadishu's roads closed to all traffic. It had been hoped for a while that by the end of joe's term somalia would by now being a position to conduct a more orthodox one person one vote direct election. What would have been somalia's first such since nineteen sixty nine however this was eventually reckoned once again an unacceptable security risk specifically that to hold such a vote would have been asking somalis to bet too large a steak on the goodwill of the islamic terror group al shabaab covid nineteen ni- certainly being vastly under recorded in somalia provided further discouragement. So this election was to have been another indirect one though with a broader pool of delegates but for modules opponents believed or purported to believe that the president had been stacking the regional and national electoral board's with his political allies. Which is why we are where we are or perhaps more accurately a delayed election israeli a good thing but it doesn't have to be the end of the world since the beginning of the covid nineteen pandemic at least forty national votes of various sort have been delayed and around thirty five regional or local elections in places where the democratic architecture is solid. This will bailey count. As a wobble especially at subnational national levels it will not cause the citizens of new south wales to question the legitimacy of the democracy if they have to put up with their local councillors another year. Ditto those of london as regards the mayor but when the stakes are as high as national government and the foundations much less stable. Such a jolt can have more dangerous consequences. a delayed. Parliamentary election has already triggered a war in ethiopia in an ominous. And surely not coincidental gesture. Shortly after somalia's politicians failed to reach agreement at the latest talks in. Do some marib an shebab. Roadside bomb struck a military convoy near the town killing thirteen people. And then there's at the security council condemned terrorist attacks by al-shabaab they reaffirmed their support for national sovereignty territorial integrity and political independence of somalia from jo now plans to meet with state leaders next week in an attempt to locate a compromise. It has to be hoped that they find one. Nowhere on earth is a power vacuum good thing and nowhere on earth is a power vacuum a worst thing as recent history has repeatedly demonstrated funding somalia.

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UC Irvine Scientists Working on COVID-19 Vaccine That Would Attack All Strains

Leo Laporte

00:39 sec | 11 months ago

UC Irvine Scientists Working on COVID-19 Vaccine That Would Attack All Strains

"The Corona virus and help with the common cold. You see, I professor Bashir boat, Ben Mohamed says Corona virus outbreaks have been happening for decades and will happen again. Next outbreak would likely come from those coronaviruses that are going to emerge from the bats. And cause the next outbreak in 2025, 2028, or 2030. He says the vaccine would then be shipped wherever the new Corona virus strain popped up, essentially stopping the next global pandemic Before it spreads you, CI has received $3.7 million in federal grant money that will help a clinical trials get going. By this summer. A state parole board panel has recommended parole for Bruce

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Israel Rushes To Advance A New Settlement While President Trump Is Still In Office

All Things Considered

01:27 min | 1 year ago

Israel Rushes To Advance A New Settlement While President Trump Is Still In Office

"Has accelerated its settlement building plans under Trump that worries you, representative von Bergdorf, deciding at this critical juncture. Meaning after a new president elect in the U. S. Has bean voted give some observers the impression That the authorities want to create facts on the ground before the new president will take up office. In the past, President elect Biden has spoken out against settlement expansion. European diplomats say they're trying to stop this settlement plan. But a Palestinian man living next to the hilltop doubts they can European have no influence in this region. They can't object. We can also object, but I don't think that we can win, plus 82 year old retired gynecologist, Mohamed Othman. Thinks it's too late for a Palestinian state, with so many Israeli settlements dotting the land. Oh, situation is very, very, very critical now. The Palestinians. We have Nothing. And I think that the whole state will be Under Israeli control. 10 years ago, Biden was in Jerusalem when Israel announced building plans in another settlement. Biden came late to a dinner with Netanyahu and released a statement condemning the move. Just last week, Israel announced more new homes in that very same settlement that had irked biting before.

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Israel Rushes To Advance A New Settlement While President Trump Is Still In Office

All Things Considered

03:23 min | 1 year ago

Israel Rushes To Advance A New Settlement While President Trump Is Still In Office

"A. King. No, I'm definitive. You're supposed to use top representative to the Palestinians tried to talk down the protesters Shut up! Shut up! Shut up! Spin, Kundan Burgdorf said. Hello, Peace and Hebrew But he gave up. I will not give a statement on that The circumstances wave my move to our cars and then we talk. Israel froze plans to build here years ago and President Obama's request. Juts between part of East Jerusalem and the West Bank, where Palestinians hope to have their capital and independent state. But Mickey's are a lawmaker close to Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu. Tweeted that the plans settlement is quote an opportunity that will not return to strengthen our grip on the land of Israel. Jerusalem Deputy Mayor King worries what the Biden presidency will mean for settlements by then. We don't know so much about him, but he is no tramp. I'm sure about that it at the club was like by Trump Lab that Israel has accelerated its settlement building plans under Trump that worries you, representative von Bergdorf, deciding at this critical juncture. Meaning after a new president elect in the U. S. Has been voted give some observers the impression That the authorities want to create facts on the ground before the new president will take up office. In the past, President elect Biden has spoken out against settlement expansion. European diplomats say they're trying to stop this settlement plan. But a Palestinian man living next to the hilltop doubts they can. The European have no influence in this region. They can't object. We can also object, but I don't think that we can win, plus 82 year old retired gynecologist, Mohamed Othman. Thinks it's too late for a Palestinian state, with so many Israeli settlements dotting the land. Oh, situation is very, very, very critical now. The Palestinians. We have Nothing. And I think that the whole state will be Under Israel should control 10. Years ago, Biden was in Jerusalem when Israel announced building plans in another settlement. Biden came late to a dinner with Netanyahu and released a statement condemning the move. Just last week, Israel announced more new homes in that very same settlement that had worked biting before. Daniel Estrin. NPR NEWS Jerusalem

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"mohamed" Discussed on Mohamed Ghilan

Mohamed Ghilan

04:36 min | 1 year ago

"mohamed" Discussed on Mohamed Ghilan

"Can shape our world worldview on. it's not necessarily like a paddle with islamic. Glenn i was thinking about the different types of likes philisophical ideas that are so prevalent in our society. I'm like postmodernism modernism. An how shaper will view under not almost compatible with and i wanted to hear your thoughts about kind of recognizing those and working through those to able to live out a stemware holistically That's a big question I would i think the thing with postmodernism is like you said so prevalent than it has seeped through everything. So it's kinda hard for you to just simply say that's postmodernism and does not in this this literally in everything But there are some. There's some simple tools for you to Maybe identify on sift through Falsehoods in and identify. Where the truth lies anytime. You want to engage in an action or you want to say something. I think the first question that should come to mind is how do i- substantiate this from the koran and the sooner if the most prevalent thing right now with the post modernist kind of discourse in the critical race theory and all of that like the relativism. And it's all down to the individual You have to ask yourself is who who's who's most paramount here. What am i trying to achieve. Is this first of all substantiated by something that allah and his messenger said a priority which is a philosophical term for saying starting with. It's not that. I have a conclusion on. I'm trying to justify its that i'm starting from amundsen and trying to understand what allow would want of me in these contexts. An second of all is the gold. Dounia we to the exclusion of the aca. Is the goal simply. Wardley goals and the academic is completely absent. Nobody cares about what happens in the next life. Nobody cares what happens after death. It's all about now if it's all about the here now to me that's like a red flag medicine for those of you want to go into medicine. You'll learn about red flags when a patient comes in. There are certain signs that you just look for and you have to exclude them very quickly. Because if you don't you might end up with somebody who's dead in the next five minutes. So red flags for me. Is that someone whose entire discourse is devoid of the koran. If there is the line is messenger are nowhere to be found in it The it's the whole. Discourse is focused on material gains and checks and balances in.

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Carrollton Mayoral Candidate Zul Mirza Mohamed Arrested, Charged With 100+ Counts Of Voter Fraud, Dallas

Jim Bohannon

00:28 sec | 1 year ago

Carrollton Mayoral Candidate Zul Mirza Mohamed Arrested, Charged With 100+ Counts Of Voter Fraud, Dallas

"County Sheriff's Department is crediting the county's election office. With the discovery of alleged voter fraud by a mayoral candidate in Carrollton with allegations of voter fraud nation While they're being very diligent, Sheriff Tracy Murphree said. The elections office notified investigators of a post office box in Lewisville, or absentee ballots from current Carrollton residents were being requested. Zul Mirza Mohammed, who is running for mayor in Carrollton, was eventually linked to the post office box and taken into custody

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"mohamed" Discussed on Mohamed Ghilan

Mohamed Ghilan

03:40 min | 1 year ago

"mohamed" Discussed on Mohamed Ghilan

"Whom rabab into la. They've taken their monks. The rabbis as lords other than a loss panel of china. What does that mean. We did not worship them. He's awesome said. Did you make halladay mate. Hell and did you make haram them at home. You make it permissible. Whatever they may permissible and you make an impermissible or prohibited whatever they prohibited and when the response was yes he said till carry the to whom that is your worship to them will come across on the law who he was happy. You send them so the issue for us. As believers now is living in a world that is aesthetically oriented and the aesthetics are determined by the western european of all people. They're the ones that. Tell us what is good. And what is bad and in a world that is dominated by scientism. And i'm speaking here. Is someone who is an advocate of science education someone who has done a phd in neuroscience someone who speaks about science in high regard as a process as a methodology. And who calls out pseudoscience. All the time whenever i can. But that's not to confuse it or conflicted with scientism we live in a world that is that is mired in scientism. Where because we don't have god telling us what to do and what not to do. Because there's no revelation guiding behavior the only philosophy that remains utilitarianism and utilitarianism is about seeking the highest good for the highest number. It's about reducing suffering as it is empirically measured because the human being is no longer value in onto himself. So have a big problem. And i think the solution to the problem is a pause sant- as a beloved sam believe. This is not going to say. How'd you need to check my sources on that. And i encourage all of you to also practice this before we say it's a hadith check your sources but the beginning of worship is silence is to basically pause and reflect and a verse from sort of sever will in america lecomba wider until hormone. Now for of arado difficult. That's i counsel you with one thing that you stand up for a loss of hanoi to isla as in twos and once and just think contemplate reflect. Our problem is that because religion for us as muslims has become a ritual is simply something that we just do at home. I am aware of a number of people who have told me flat out what they do with. Regarding with regards to prayer is that prayer takes a secondary status to their work or to their education so when it comes to prayer time they skip the prayers. They delay all of the prayers until they get home and then they just jumble them up altogether and pray five prayers when they get home at the end of the night even though they had the opportunity to pray either at work or at school Wherever they were because Hold we're not restricted to praying specific location. A loss panatela has made the entire land Places of worship for us. So when the time comes you're supposed to actually take that moment and go and pray but because it is not aesthetically pleasing to the western european gays..

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"mohamed" Discussed on Mohamed Ghilan

Mohamed Ghilan

05:04 min | 1 year ago

"mohamed" Discussed on Mohamed Ghilan

"And It was one of the most rewarding and intellectually elevating things that i've personally overdone and Based on the feedback from the students to sign up for it and went through the course with me it was quite a paradigm shift for a lot of them. And i invite all of you are not familiar with manby. Nobis works you really need to get familiarized with it to whatever degree or able to. I plan to run this course in the near future again. The the reason for that is because it's very difficult to find english works. There's some french. French printings that are available printing in arabic that are available but english is very scarce. So that's why did discourse on it to introduce him to the english speaking world so shallow and i run it again. Maybe you keep up with my facebook and twitter posts and instagram. You can be a more Attuned to that. But what i wanted to talk about is is one of the issues that he brought up in in his works in a book. Mosquito the coffer. The problem of culture. And i deliberately translated that as the problem. Because i saw an english translation that was attempted before where The translator translated as the question of culture. But if you read the work itself and take the word as it is. He's talking about the problem of culture and in that work he goes through how culture is defined from different ideological perspectives and then he gives an islamic definition to what culture is sworn. It's a really significant work through one of the Topics or concepts introduces in. This book is the aesthetic sensibility versus the moral sensibility. And what i'll do here. Is i want go through. A couple of social media post by a couple of figures in the muslim community in the united states just as a preface to what matt been talking about regarding the aesthetic versus the moral sensibilities Because reading those will give you a little bit of a context into our modern kind of fear right now. The discussions that are happening social media as well as the general muslim community. I understand that. Many view are not on facebook not on twitter. You may not be aware of these things but you you better be. Be sure that your children or your siblings. They they know about what's happening and they're being influenced to a great degree by the increasingly made mainstream narrative by some muslim entertainers who are basically trying to teach the muslim community. What is important and how to engage in public life and Where where's the path forward and oftentimes this really aligned with. I hate to use the term so brought a nebulous but the leftist liberal kind of idea. I don't use that to basically square off left versus right but it is what you see in social media and in entertainment That were muslims are involved. It's a lot of. It is picking up on principles and ideals that are antithetical. They're not just alien to the islamic addition. They're actually antipathetic itself. I i wanna go through.

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"mohamed" Discussed on Mohamed Ghilan

Mohamed Ghilan

03:53 min | 1 year ago

"mohamed" Discussed on Mohamed Ghilan

"Companionship. The prophesy seldom said the relatively every single individual will be on the path on the way of their closest companions. So you guys actually need to get closer to him and it needs to be more of you to overwhelm his shift on his eagle. In shallow at some point it will become detestable to him. And as long as you guys make sincere on trust this person that he's with right now will leave him. He won't even have to do it himself. She will just abandon him at some point. 'cause it's just not going to sit well with her and it's just allow put blocks and that's what you should do Murat you spell. It like turk. So i'm going to say what are the other two groups in how beside the backbiting group so the other two groups in hell that the process is related to have seen so i the backbiters second are the ones who disparaged So a second are the ones who command people to do. Good and forget their own cells. jerusalem called them. He said these were the preacher's wife. That really goes not just preachers on the pulpit preachers anywhere And so for any of you or any of us all of us if we're commanding people to do things and then we go own privacy. Do whatever else that we want to do. And we're commanding people to do something contrary to our behavior and we're not working on ourselves to improve that that's another group and finally the group of consumes usery those engage in user transactions charging giving loan and charging interest on that loan and then taking that as a prophet so that would include investing in in in financial options and derivatives and things like that that involve usery that takes advantage of people who are in a position where they need to take a loan out but now they have to pay with interest of you. So this is have you come across. westerners and their beliefs in other words and this world for apple astros rejection out of body experiences. Or would you enter a world. You enter when doing dmz. Yeah i've come across that and you can actually highlight all of these actions through through brain studies where people have brain activation usually a.

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"mohamed" Discussed on Mohamed Ghilan

Mohamed Ghilan

05:57 min | 1 year ago

"mohamed" Discussed on Mohamed Ghilan

"The that is still being under call are the non muslims and so our task is continued that message that we deliver that message to call them and because this is the religion of the fifth raw once you purifying remove the life distractions which is one of the benefits of this corona virus. Going around people are starting to realize what is essential what is important. They're connected with their families. They're starting to have some solid tune in quiet time. They're not wondering question about the nature of existence and why things are the way that they are as you get removed from being a cog in wheel or the this rat race that were all engaged in and you have that moment of peace and serenity. The environment itself is actually thriving. The air pollution is going down because the airplanes are now not flying anymore. They calculated the pollution and over China actually went down in the area that they had the lockdown twenty percent air quality improved so as air. Quality improves nephews. You start to grieve and clean air then you start to actually clean your mind. So we're starting to engage to experience things that were not experience. We haven't experienced in a long time as a species as human beings. So all of this is to say that the of the beloved saw seldom is going to respond to the call of the fifth rock and we just have to have the patients and the purification to clean away all of this dirt that we have accumulated over the past so that we can now see and remove the veil of is the more that we engage in this loss of hanover. To the you take one step to a less of how come to ten steps you walk to a law comes to running you seek Help to purify onto onto unveil you he will unveil all these things for you And you get closer to him He says look for genetic lemon ever All of you Can enter into the into the heavens into paradise except those who refuse to and the habitat who would refuse to enter into paradise and he said if you do what i do. What asked of you on what i can manage to do from palo alto. You will enter into heaven but if you you've refused to enter into heaven and finally just as a point of emphasis with regards to the prayer because prayer was komo was given through An arosh and ascension intern when you pray when each one of us in gauges in prayer we all we ascend over all of this lowly things in the world we give back to a loss of hanoi outta five times a day a different points and hannah life. You think about the times of the prayer. They're all happening at certain times transition. So you have a transition from the darkest portion of the night the break of dawn..

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"mohamed" Discussed on Mohamed Ghilan

Mohamed Ghilan

05:53 min | 1 year ago

"mohamed" Discussed on Mohamed Ghilan

"Panel data The beloved lower tells us and how whatever wakes up in the morning. You're safe in your house. You have a roof over your head and you take day by day. The beautiful lessons that you get from this time is that you only have the day that you're aware of right now. None of us is guaranteed tomorrow and somehow allowed this virus going around in the disease that's causing and taking lives by the numbers and overwhelming healthcare systems in. it's just showing exposing the weakness of the human being that we thought for a while that we've got this under control and we've manifested ourselves over nature on. We control it. Unless anna's reminding us who's really in control a thing that is due to traffic microscope to actually be able to view it. Nobody knows how jumped where jumped from exactly specifically running rampant around the world. It recognizes no borders. It doesn't care what you passport. It doesn't care about your race. It doesn't care about your gender. It just goes around and it just reeks havoc. And it's just put everybody in the state of absolute just frozen almost deer-in-the-headlight what do we do. And everybody's reacting after the fact and we see the devastation that is causing all of that is just a reminder. Now you go around you wash your hands. You're aware of your interactions social distancing. Wash your hands after this interaction after that interaction. It's putting all of us. A loss of hannah tallies reminding us what taqwa means that duck wa is that you're paying attention to the thing that you can't see and you're aware of your actions that could have repercussions and sue pannella. The repercussions are not just about yourself. The repercussions are What everybody else distancing. You're not going out on necessarily you're not engaging in crowd gatherings and stuff like that and that's why we moved this online is because you're concerned that hey wait a minute. Maybe i can handle this. Maybe i'm healthy young. They say that. I can handle it. Bought my parents being able to handle my grandparents may not be able to handle it. If my children go to this particular location in pick it up. Maybe they won't show any symptoms but then they can transmit it over to somebody else's big problem so now we're learning how to dukla so lots of hanoi to up through this manifestation of his gel. We talked before about a smell. Jemma snow jamaa the beautiful names in the majestic names. We are going through a period majesty right now. A loss of hannatised has manifesting his majesty to all of us. And you go through. Majesty you go through tucker training and this is the time for us to get back seclude ourselves and engage in a battle. The thing that really just makes the hair of my back just stand up and shiver is the is d mecca. Medina uh messages are being shut. Down the houses of loss of hanoi to atta a loss of hanover. Allah does not allow you to come to his house. Whether it's for congregational prayer or prayer except through his invite and right now said he sent one of his soldiers when kayla who this virus is one of the soldiers of Panel data and forced us.

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"mohamed" Discussed on Mohamed Ghilan

Mohamed Ghilan

02:48 min | 1 year ago

"mohamed" Discussed on Mohamed Ghilan

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What are Kenya and Somalia really fighting about?

Monocle 24: The Foreign Desk

05:25 min | 1 year ago

What are Kenya and Somalia really fighting about?

"For obvious reasons the idea of an old fashioned cross-border dust up between two neighboring nations seems right now almost quaint and perhaps the kind of thing likely to prompt replies in the circumstances along the lines of at this point who cares or not now leads where a bit busy nevertheless despite the best efforts of covert nineteen the world will keep turning and its constituent countries will continue to but against each other from time to time in East Africa in recent days. Somalia and Kenya have gone very close to going to war with each other and may get close. Astill the battlefield is jubilant. One of Somalia's five semi autonomous states. It lies just across Somalia's border with Kenya. Kenya regards drew ballooned as a vital buffet. Between it and Al Shabaab the fanatical Islamist militia which wreaks most of its havoc in Somalia but has also been responsible for large scale outrages in Kenya including the two thousand and thirteen attack on the West Gate Shopping Mall in Nairobi and the two thousand and fifteen attack on a university campus in Garissa accordingly Kenya has cultivated friendly relations with Jubal lands regional government and with jubilant president. Ahmed Mohamed Islam known colloquially as adobe Kenya has trained Madonna obeys militia and has troops of its own stationed injury bowland as part of the multinational African Union mission in Somalia and is also believed to have many more still camped under Kenya's own flag. This is a continuation of sorts of the invasion of Somalia Kenya undertook in two thousand and eleven in order to chase al-shabaab further north. Can US troops injury ballooned are not seeing as style occupiers? However indeed President Mugabe's regional government seems to get on better with Nairobi than it does with Mogadishu. The most recent unpleasantness appears to have begun with fighting between drew balloons own forces and Somali government troops the jubilation soldiers retreated over the border into Kenya and the Somali troops followed them. At which point. Can you took an interest? The fighting appears to have centred on the town of Mandera a town wedged between the Kenya. Somali border and the Delaware River which delineates Kenya's border with Ethiopia attorney casualties on both sides left people. Each data to save bullets. Were one succumb today. A diplomatic exchanges between Kenya and Somalia. Since have been terse verging on abrupt. Kenya has jumped about an unwarranted attack on its sovereign territory by foreign soldiers and so forth. Somalia has retorted to the effect that this is a bit rich coming from a country with thousands of its soldiers parked more or less permanently on the other side of its border. Kenya's desire to put physical distance between itself. And the PESTILENTIAL MARAUDERS OF AL. Shabaab is reasonable enough but it may not be the only or even the main reason why relations between Arab and Mogadishu have deteriorated as far as they have excitingly for fans of obscure maritime territorial disputes and. Come on who isn't the two countries are also at odds of a sea border. Exactly is the area in contention the border of the two countries when it comes to the seats and the only way to explain where the disputed portion of Indian Ocean is without incurring angry correspondence from either Kenya or Somalia. Although to risk inviting saving emails from both is to say that it's either off Somalia's southern coast all of Kenya's Northern Coast. It will come as little surprise to listeners that the stretch of Ocean in question abounds with oil and gas deposits. Nineteen outbreak may focus Kenyan and Somali attention elsewhere and or it may offer a party to this argument what it perceives as cover for decisive action. There has been some suggestion. That Kenya has consented actually annexing portions of southern Somalia both to deter Al Shabaab and to further its claims on the ocean of what is presently the two countries shed coast or there may be the option of mediation by Ethiopian. Prime Minister and Nobel Peace Laureate Abby who has facilitated talks between Kenya and Somalia before I also accept this award on behalf of Africans and citizens of the world for whom the Rim of peace has often turned into a nightmare of war. Today I stand here in front of you talking about this because of fit I call them my way to pay through the dusty training so four years ago or international justice may yet prevail. Somalia has for some years been seeking an adjudication on the maritime boundary from the International Court of Justice in The Hague the I. C. J. is presently due to rule in June. But that like just about everything else may. Now be

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"mohamed" Discussed on Mohamed Ghilan

Mohamed Ghilan

05:41 min | 1 year ago

"mohamed" Discussed on Mohamed Ghilan

"Another problem that you need to avoid just catastrophic thinking the outcome bias and this is the one that really concerns me personally the most. it's because so problematic. If our current efforts at reducing the potential harm of the virus work it will look like we overreacted. Which will give us a false sense of security in the future when another pandemic comes about. So let's say that things don't get as bad as everybody expected them to what will end up doing. Is we forget that. Oh wait a minute. We all social. We did social distancing. We cancelled a lot of programs. People won't remember any of this stuff although recognize is all things weren't that bad so in the future if another pandemic is to come about. People won't react with the same diligence that there will be. They're acting with right now. A final bias. I want you to pay attention to it. There's a really important one to note availability bias the more easily and vividly. You can recall something. The more likely. You'll think it is to be the case. When you combine that with our natural disposition and which internet bubble we happen to be in. You can see how problematic this can be. So if you're a naturally anxious person you'll interpret ambiguous information in a negative light and if you happen to be following all the terrible outcomes of this disease to the exclusion of the mild cases. Especially if you'd include detailed personal stories you'll think it's the apocalypse and you'll also mistake the frequency of the outcome of rare events. And you'll think they're more common so you know when you think about it. It's it's a low mortality rate high morbidity low mortality but then if you just read about all the negative cases you'll start to think that. Oh my god everybody's gonna die from this and that's just not the case it's a high rate it's serious. We need to pay attention to it. We want to be diligent by this availability by is really a problem. And that's what ends up happening on social media. That's why we say don't follow social media. Don't follow the news about this. Just read the reports from the who reports from the cdc and just follow the directives that they have and should keep you informed. You be alert to be diligent about all of this stuff but without losing your wits. Now finally what we do as muslims given all of this information really it starts off with a single head. If i want to begin with or maybe to hide these. The i had youth is Beloved solo law have in them said to a man who asked him about his camel. Should i tie my camel and trust in a law. Or should i lever untied and trust in the law and the beloved sola law anyway. News lim said tie her and trust in a law in other words take on the means. Do what you gotta do. And then have the what could have reliance on. If you don't do that you have to walk with which is is is having a su- at a loss of how to allah has put these patterns in world for a reason and part of respecting those patterns is that you acknowledge their validity..

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"mohamed" Discussed on Mohamed Ghilan

Mohamed Ghilan

04:07 min | 1 year ago

"mohamed" Discussed on Mohamed Ghilan

"So it's not a joke and it is not a drill. There's a serious issue and you need to do your part to step away. From group's social activities do everything that you can't minimize your risk stock up on your grocery but don't go into crowds of lineups because that's just a breeding ground for more infections. Pick a time where you can just go and shop and get and slowly stock up for the next two two weeks to four weeks enough so that you can make sure that you can stay at home longer than you need to a longer than you normally would without having to go out shopping now. There's an interesting thing. I wanted to cover with you so that you understand. How human psychology works. Why are we responding the way that were responding. I mean we're not an epidemiologist infectious disease specialists. And if we're not and if we don't study our history as a living thing to inform us wind up without really having a good mental schema to a in place to deal with the uncertainty and confusion that many of us are experiencing right now so instead what will end up doing. When we don't have a mental schema is will fall victim to psychological bias and these psychological biopsies trap our thinking and can lead us to making decisions that are not only misinformed but potentially disastrous in their consequences. So there's a number of biopsies. I just want to highlight for you and i want you to just keep in mind something knowing about these biases and their existence doesn't mean that you get rid of them. It just means that you know about them. Knowing about the means that you know have to pay attention to your own reactions and consciously overcome them especially in a situation like this so we have the normalcy bias. This refers to our tendency to expect that things will continue to occur in the future the way the deaf typically occurred in the past in other words. Everything will stay normal..

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"mohamed" Discussed on Mohamed Ghilan

Mohamed Ghilan

05:27 min | 1 year ago

"mohamed" Discussed on Mohamed Ghilan

"And you insist on going out so a big deal because you can just in fact a lot of people and overwhelm the system and it can't handle it so they're trying to do now is they're trying to reduce the number of people that are getting infected at one time they've in many cases acknowledged that maybe we can't stop this. It's gone too far. So the governments have two ways of responding to this by the way they're either responding reactively or they're proactively. The reactive responses came out of china. Italy now the states where. They're basically waiting to see like what happens. And then they react and they do something. The proactive examples came out of taiwan. Singapore hong kong south korea. Now the interesting thing about this is taiwan. Eighty one miles off the coast of china. It was expected that taiwan was going to have the greatest number after china of people infected and dying from it but they learned from their experience and they were very proactive to quell. All of this and come up with a very low number of infected people. South korea also had a tight control on this but they lost it with patient theory. Which i'll talk about in a minute. So the government responses have really just Revolved around lockdowns cancellations of events restrictions of group gatherings the time line is important for you to note so from december eighteenth to december twenty nine th two thousand nineteen five patients were hospitalized with acute respiratory stress distress syndrome. And one of them died. This is in china by january. Second forty-one admitted hospital patients had been identified as having lab confirmed in nineteen infection unless than half had underlying diseases which included diabetes hypertension and cardiovascular disease. Now there are some discussion if you look at the literature as to where these patients Became infected but it was concluded at the time that they were presumably infected in the hospital so as a nosocomial infection at various locations through unknown mechanisms only patients that got clinically sick. Were tested as well here so it is important to note so the total number of infected patients was not known at the time as of january twenty second so we started december eighteenth. Now we're january. Twenty second december eighteenth. We had five patients hospitalized..

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"mohamed" Discussed on Mohamed Ghilan

Mohamed Ghilan

05:18 min | 1 year ago

"mohamed" Discussed on Mohamed Ghilan

"It's in airborne up to three hours you can detect this up to four hours and copper so if you have a copper surface of any kind and someone who's infected was around it and they happened to have droplets or just released. Some shed some of that virus onto it. It will survive on that copper for up to four hours. If it's on cardboard it will survive up to twenty four hours and if it's on plastic or stainless steel surfaces so a lot of those tables and miss agit and Community centers is plastic plastic. There it will last up to three two to three days on these now. The conclusion from this paper was it's plausible. If this virus is is viable all you need to do is touch that surface. Touch your face afterwards. And now it's in you something to reflect on. So it's not. Just this is why they say. Don't go to these places don't congregate. Don't come around because you could be shedding virus and then someone can come after you. Who's well and healthy and they can pick it up. it's plausible. They haven't proven this. But it's plausible because virus is alive in the sense that it can actually viably infect your cells. Why is this plausible. Because we know that from the measles virus the measles virus can attach to dust particles and travel something like three hundred meters. So you don't even need to be in the same room or the same area someone. Someone could be an open football field somewhere if they have measles and you're in the same area and they shed that virus and you stay long enough in that area they could you pick it up because it just traveling there which is why measles is such a big deal that you know we wanted to have this immunization program on because you just you don't even have to be around the person they can infect you so this is why this is plausible when they say that if it's viable for these periods of time now you've got a problem you go to the message who has an on a typical jim depending on the message that you go to whether it's eight.

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"mohamed" Discussed on Mohamed Ghilan

Mohamed Ghilan

05:18 min | 1 year ago

"mohamed" Discussed on Mohamed Ghilan

"They jump into the human being many of them. That have the three that we've experienced on. I'll go through that in a second. They actually this is the process. They jumped from bats to an intermediate host. Mutated again and then they got human beings now. The current corona virus dynamic is the third one that we experience is the third major kind of outbreak of corona viruses. That we experience it is not the first one the first two were in two thousand and two and in two thousand twelve so starting in two thousand and two thousand three. An outbreak of what's called sars and many of you have heard of that severe. That sars is the acronym the stands for severe acute respiratory syndrome. That took place in the guangdong province. China ten years later we encountered the middle east respiratory syndrome. Which is called merce outbreak. That came out of i from saudi arabia. Now in this case the corona virus. Mutated an infected pumps. If that's the subject cast their like a possum with spots. I guess you should look it up online. They eat that in china. And what so if you go to the wet markets where they have all of these funky animals bats and sylvette cats and they eat all kinds of things. It's really fascinating thing to look into Which actually was born. Out of the communist cultural revolution of markson had to do with the famine. And we're all of that came about. You should take some time to look into. Why do the chinese eat all of these. Just animals that you wouldn't even occur to your mind to eat. There's a history behind that. There's a reason why that came about another thanks to communism now that came out of infected mutated in bats From bats in and jumped into the vets. Because they're handling bodily fluids and blood in these markets in these wet markets after a period of time this virus mutated again and then it was able to attack human beings and so that's where sars game from the mercer virus the merce corona virus it mutated and at infected dromedary camels so these are camels that are used for riding racing in saudi arabia the u. e. kuwait so that's where it came from from bats the camels and then to human beings so the more you interact with these domesticated animals in terms of Especially if you're going to consume them and handle their meat and handle their bodily fluids in some fashion. You're going to get it at some point. You're gonna something's gonna jump in. That's what's called zoonotic infection.

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"mohamed" Discussed on Mohamed Ghilan

Mohamed Ghilan

05:56 min | 1 year ago

"mohamed" Discussed on Mohamed Ghilan

"These are dangerous times This corona virus the covert nineteen disease a causes. This is some business and I can't emphasize that enough. It's understandable that many of you may not really grasp what the big deal is. There's some conspiracy theories that are floating around people. Think there are some government had job. It is not this is a serious affair and the reason you may not grasp that and none of us really can really get. It is because we don't have a frame of reference. The last time human beings experienced the pandemic to the scale was in one thousand nine eighteen spanish flu. Even those outbreaks experienced previously like the last One with the ebola break for example. Ebola kill twenty thousand people. it was quickly contained. It was isolated to certain areas. There was some qualities about it that prevented from becoming a worldwide infection. A pandemic which is why. We don't really crass what this is about. The nineteen spanish flu killed fifty five zero million people so we don't have a frame of reference. Our parents don't even have a frame of reference a lot of people. It's that's why you see these two kind of polarized reactions either. Total just like what is all of this about people crazy and you're just going about your day as if nothing's going on or fighting in supermarkets over toilet paper. There is something serious going on. So what i thought i would do in. This episode is go through a number of points specifically six points about corona virus and covert nineteen. And what. I hope out of this episode and the reason. I'm really feeling motivated to record. This episode specifically is because i've seen through meetings or what i've observed online with discussions because a lot of people are unable to grasp the gravity of this. There is some seriously irresponsible. Decisions being made In terms of whether to continue holding on whether to continue holding some events Whether it is in terms of Weekly victim groups or Classes in the mosque or anything. Like that seriously irresponsible. Decisions are being made at hendel. The majority of what i've seen has been great. People are being proactive. Suspending in cases. praying jomaa domestic for a period of time until they get further directions from the government's about whether the public health status of this has actually gone down and we can go back to business as usual but there are a couple of just isolated examples of some influential figures. Muftis in fact. Just don't get it. You know. I mean no disrespect with this but they just don't get it and we're talking about an i don't mean to say this hyperbolic. This is literally a life and death situation. You could result in killing some people By continuing to insist on holding any events in the mosques or any group that cares or anything that you decide to do with the community. This is a time for you to be sensible. Social distancing is so critical for this.

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"mohamed" Discussed on Mohamed Ghilan

Mohamed Ghilan

04:13 min | 1 year ago

"mohamed" Discussed on Mohamed Ghilan

"Whoa whoa whoa did you come from. It's mutated which way better or worse moved into an african hiv aids population. The urban cluster is highly divergent. Not it's not a thought you said once we grow it we could vaccinate against. We tried using dead virus combined with several advocates to boost. Immune response no protective antibodies. Lot dead monkeys. Can you get to the good news. Now have to try a live attenuated virus. What exactly what. They only danger with life. Iris with the possibility that it will revert to wild type. Kill the host. We know about them. I lasted as of right now. The mortality rate is fluctuating between twenty five and thirty percent depending upon underlying medical conditions socioeconomic factors nutrition fresh water with the new mutation. We are predicting an.

US citizen dies in Egyptian prison after hunger strike

Morning Edition

02:26 min | 2 years ago

US citizen dies in Egyptian prison after hunger strike

"News an American citizen has died in an Egyptian prison the state department says his death was tragic and avoidable Egypt has jailed tens of thousands of political prisoners and Mustafa Qassam was caught up in a crackdown and here's Michele Kelemen tells us about it an auto parts dealer from New York Mustafa costume was visiting family in Cairo in twenty thirteen when he was stopped near the scene of a protest after showing his US passport he was beaten and dragged away according to his brother in law years later custom was convicted in a mass trial former political prisoner Mohamed Soltan was in the same prison with Kassem early on in his ordeal one two three prison together you the good kind man he thought he would along with a long time customer diabetic had been on a hunger strike and reportedly died of heart failure so ton who runs a nonprofit called the freedom initiative says there are tens of thousands of political prisoners in Egypt including at least seven Americans there's actually been chewed out over been arrested just missed last year that we that we documented it's it's it's a big middle finger to the United States this is in our lives in the country that gets one point three billion dollars of our of our taxpayer dollars so don says the Obama administration used that aid as leverage to get him out of prison in twenty seventeen president trump who talks about his good relations with the Gyptian president Abdel Fattah al CC helped win the release of IRA Hijazi from both the best all he needed to get me at present much talk with you do you know if that's all it's still great one more stock would get out of prison defect political charges if people have not committed any crime she's also now working to advocate on behalf of political prisoners especially women and children and while the state department and other top officials continue to raise human rights concerns with Egypt he just he says president trump has sent the wrong signals called easy at his favorite dictator and raise several hi Senate Democrats Patrick Leahy says he holds CZ responsible for the death of Mustafa custom and says the U. S. can't reward such conduct Egypt says it's ordered an autopsy Assistant Secretary of state David Schenker called the death needless tragic and

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US citizen dies in Egyptian prison after hunger strike

Morning Edition

02:26 min | 2 years ago

US citizen dies in Egyptian prison after hunger strike

"News an American citizen has died in an Egyptian prison the state department says his death was tragic and avoidable Egypt has jailed tens of thousands of political prisoners and Mustafa Qassam was caught up in a crackdown and here's Michele Kelemen tells us about it an auto parts dealer from New York Mustafa costume was visiting family in Cairo in twenty thirteen when he was stopped near the scene of a protest after showing his US passport he was beaten and dragged away according to his brother in law years later custom was convicted in a mass trial former political prisoner Mohamed Soltan was in the same prison with Kassem early on in his ordeal one two three prison together you the good kind man he thought he would along with a long time customer diabetic had been on a hunger strike and reportedly died of heart failure so ton who runs a nonprofit called the freedom initiative says there are tens of thousands of political prisoners in Egypt including at least seven Americans there's actually been chewed out over been arrested just missed last year that we that we documented it's it's it's a big middle finger to the United States this is in our lives in the country that gets one point three billion dollars of our of our taxpayer dollars so don says the Obama administration used that aid as leverage to get him out of prison in twenty seventeen president trump who talks about his good relations with the Gyptian president Abdel Fattah al CC helped win the release of IRA Hijazi from both the best all he needed to get me at present much talk with you do you know if that's all it's still great one more stock would get out of prison defect political charges if people have not committed any crime she's also now working to advocate on behalf of political prisoners especially women and children and while the state department and other top officials continue to raise human rights concerns with Egypt he just he says president trump has sent the wrong signals called easy at his favorite dictator and raise several hi Senate Democrats Patrick Leahy says he holds CZ responsible for the death of Mustafa custom and says the U. S. can't reward such conduct Egypt says it's ordered an autopsy Assistant Secretary of state David Schenker called the death needless tragic and

The Economy in a Nutshell

The Savage Nation

05:56 min | 2 years ago

The Economy in a Nutshell

"On great to talk to you thanks for coming on the show thank you for having me online so when we start with a a quick review of today's economic report obviously a fairly solid jobs report came in a little bit under what people had expected but at the same time we are saying the stock market reaching new highs across the twenty nine thousand threshold briefly earlier today what what do you think we stand in terms of the broad American economy right now a global economy in the US economy is in a good place look for growth rates to be at two OO somewhat above the level of last year we have an amazing labor market crew that created two point one million jobs lost here which is a very high number of full so let him in the economic cycle don't forget this is the longest expansion in history the big puzzle ban is while tweeters crowing foster giving that unemployment is at record lows that that's a wheel puzzle for economists but otherwise the economy is in a good place so when we look at the future of the economy as an article yesterday suggesting that people think that we may be entering an economic slowdown do you agree with that because obviously the United States has experienced some sort of recession depression basically once a decade for the last hundred and some years so did you think that an economic slowdown is anywhere here on the horizon or is it just going to be sort of another blacks one like we had in two thousand seven two thousand eight this is a really hard to push the economy into recession unless you get a huge a policy mistake or a massive market accident it has too much momentum to go into recession anytime soon in particular the consumer has too much momentum we could do better however business investment in particular has been disappointing but for that you need some pro growth policies you need to add to the deregulation and the tax cuts impact we have we've had you need an infrastructure effort for example so we can do all locked to increase world but otherwise will continue to be powered by the consumer and hopefully business investment respond at sometime Dr Mohamed el Erian chief economic adviser and I only us so that there's been a lot of talking it was a lot of talk in the last couple years that president trump's trade policy obviously trump seem to bounce between two perspectives one was his sort of long time perspective that tears are inherent good and then there is the perspective of some of his economic advisers which that can be used as leverage to actually lower other countries it seems like the latter perspective maybe the Tory as we can we can help over all has drums trade policy been damaging to the economy or do you think has been beneficial to the economy so it may have been somewhat damaging initial term but dad damage who would be the minimal compared to the benefits of a fairer trade system I think the big quake under this administration has been weaponized being economic tools and doing so in a way that other people didn't know how to respond to but it's become clear to economic partners that the US has a relative strength of the U. S. is saying enough is enough so we are getting more concessions I would say less treating from others than we had before mine is still the big question mark we have a phase one deal we don't have yet to face to deal and all the important issues will be interfaced to deal so that remains to be seen but I think that was given a very clear message to the rest of the world that we should participate in if we put too much fairer trading system well well well things seem to be going pretty well economically certainly for the United States and globally as well there there's been some worry expressed by I think you express this worry that if the United States if the goal were to enter a recession at the central banks may have already given away all their leverage to exit recessions well things seem to be going well right now the central banks have been lowering interest rates in some countries all the way down to zero or even below zero what what tools are available if in fact the economy should take some sort of unexpected downturn not enough money tools from we rely for too long on central banks that's true in Europe where they haven't had the deregulation they haven't had tax cuts so they rely excessively on central banks the C. B. the European central bank has become ineffective if not counterproductive when it comes to economic growth so that's a major concern and is a major concern because as good as we look in the west the west of the world is much more fragile Europe could easily be tipped into recession hi Tina it's trying to navigate really hot translation so I do worry about the rest of the world ban and don't look for central banks to come to rescue because they are becoming less effective if not counterproductive and this is one of the questions moving forward is it seems as though the United States fairly well structured for the foreseeable future at least until all of our outstanding debt comes in hits us sometime down the road which certainly will happen it's already happening in Europe so if you were to forecast the next five to ten years with regard to the Europeans how likely do you think it is that we see a really serious economic contraction in Europe due to the fact that the fiscal policy of the tribes Muskerry policies but they certainly have not gotten anything under control in terms there that that's right I mean think of a team that that is suppose foreseen that's supposed to be playing in the major leagues and the five key players all old completely distracted which is watched what's happening in Europe the U. K. still focus on brexit font is dealing with protests industry I need to go into a political transition I mean it's early yet to form really stable government so you five key players the one that would move the needle all distracted when it comes to poll growth policies and in

UN agencies raise alarm over weakened fight against hunger and malnutrition in Asia and the Pacific

UN News

02:18 min | 2 years ago

UN agencies raise alarm over weakened fight against hunger and malnutrition in Asia and the Pacific

"This is the news and brief from the United Nations. For U N agency said on Wednesday that three million undernourished people a month needs to be lifted out of hunger until the end of twenty thirty. If the sustainable development goals are to be reached the Food and Agriculture Organization Human Children's Fund World World Food Programme and World Health Organization are calling for urgent action to put nutrition at the heart of social protection programs throughout the region and a new joint report. Highlighted that an estimated seventy seven million children under five with stunted last year and thirty two point five million and suffered from wasting the latest figures make for grim reading on top of rising numbers of children and adults who are overweight or obese across the region while social protection can potentially help to eradicate hunger and malnutrition the report notes the need for more research into how they are impacting the poor especially women and children people with disabilities and indigenous people the UN agencies hope these findings will inform dialogues member countries to improve food security and nutrition across Asia and the Pacific moving to Palestine Prime Minister Mohamed Sta and UN Humanitarian Coordinator. Jamie McGoldrick launched on Wednesday a humanitarian response plan for twenty twenty calling for three hundred forty eight million dollars. Mr McGoldrick explain that the plan prioritises aid to those in greatest need the UN humanitarian coordinator painted a picture of years of occupation including an ongoing blockade of Gaza which has left one in two Palestinians and in the territory in need of protection and assistance about seventy six percent of the requested funds target the Gaza enclave multisector efforts verts will be made to deal with ongoing emergencies including rights protection and providing access to basic services for the most vulnerable while working looking towards political solutions to reduce humanitarian needs. Mr McGoldrick spelled out that it's critical. The international community strongly support support the plan and finally to Egypt where independent UN human rights experts called on Wednesday to end the arbitrary detention and ill-treatment of human rights defender Rummy. Carmel Sayyed Sally Mr Rami Come L.. WHO had documented attacks on Coptic Christian? Churches was arrested arrested questions and allegedly tortured on two occasions last month. Currently in pretrial detention Cairo. He's charged with being part of of a terrorist organization and using social media to spread false news threatening public order however neither he nor his lawyers have. I've seen any documentation relating to the charges. Both arrests coincided with the rights activists application for Swiss visa to speak at a the UN forum on minority issues in Geneva on Twenty eight and twenty nine November. Mr Rami Kamel has worked with. UN rights by these in the past regarding the forced displacement of Coptic Christians since September more than three thousand people have been arbitrarily arrested in nationwide crackdowns including including academics lawyers media representatives and prominent opposition leaders. The Independent experts asserted that no person should face intimidation harassment or reprisals of any sort for participating in or contributing to the work of the UN and human rights mechanisms. The experts have been in contact with the governments of Egypt seeking clarification on the case. Lisk Fiji U._N.. News.

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