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US moves to shield Saudi crown prince in journalist killing - Yahoo News
"The U.S. has moved to shield the Saudi crown prince and a journalist killing the Biden administration has declared that the high office held by Saudi Arabia's crown prince should shield him from lawsuits for his role in the killing of a U.S. based journalist That's a turnaround from Joe Biden's passionate campaign trail denunciations of prince Mohammed bin Salman over the brutal slang The administration says the prince's official standing should give him immunity in the lawsuit filed by the fiance of slain Washington Post columnist Jamal
Anti-US Foreign Powers Are All Rooting for Republicans
"Speaking, by the way, foreign powers, Natasha Bertrand, our friend tweeted Saudi prince Mohammed bin Salman, max President Biden and private making fun of the 79 year old gaffes questioning his mental acuity. He's told adviser he is much preferred former president Trump. And bob made a good point. He said, clean renewable energy pushed this unforgivable out of business, make it so. Yeah. I mean, I keep saying that calls, I don't know what to expect in the next two weeks before the actual elections. But trust me, Russia, Saudi Arabia, every actor that does not have the United States interests at heart are rooting for Republicans. Make no mistake about it.
A bump and a miss: Saudi oil cut slaps down Biden's outreach
"Just months after the president fist bumped with a Saudi leader some Democrats in Washington consider Saudi support of a major cut in oil production a slap in the vase I Norman hall Three months after president Joe Biden's awkward encounter with Saudi crown prince Mohammed bin Salman Saudi Arabia and the OPEC plus group say they will slash oil production by 2 million barrels a day President was asked if he regrets making the July visit No the trip was not especially for oil The ship was about the Middle East and about Israel and rationalization and position Some angry Democrats won't retaliation The U.S. provides arms and military protection for the kingdom in exchange for its supplying enough oil to the global market to keep prices stable Norman hall Washington
"mohammed" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"O four a barrel one O four O 5 right now up by 1.4%. We are now minutes away from the latest earnings report out of Netflix ahead of earnings Netflix surging now by 5%. Recapping S&P up 2.8% best level of the day I'm Charlie Palatin, that is a Bloomberg business flash. Quite a rally today. Thanks so much for that update, Charlie pellet. This is Bloomberg. It's three 48 on Wall Street. The following is an editorial from Bloomberg opinion. This editorial was written by the Bloomberg editorial board. President Joe Biden's efforts to tackle surging inflation driven in part by high energy costs are demanding more flexibility than he might have wished. His recent meeting with Mohammed bin Salman, the de facto ruler of Saudi Arabia, was arranged in hopes of boosting global oil production. Biden is also apparently relaxing his previously firm opposition to certain new fossil fuel projects in the U.S.. The economic stresses caused by Russia's war on Ukraine do demand a pragmatic rebalancing of policy priorities. But this should not jeopardize the administration's climate change goals. Indeed, the current emergency only strengthens the case for a faster transition away from fossil fuels. Strengthening energy security and fighting climate change can and must go together. This editorial was written by the Bloomberg editorial board for more Bloomberg opinion, please go to Bloomberg dot com slash opinion or go on the Bloomberg terminal. These has been Bloomberg opinion
"mohammed" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM
"Effort to address all of this because climate action seems to have stalled in the U.S. at least Democrats were hoping to pass major climate spending but last week senator Joe Manchin of West Virginia pulled his support. What option to Democrats have right now? You know, they're still hoping to push climate spending through. This is billions of dollars for things like subsidies for electric cars and renewable energy. And Democrats have argued that energy costs are a big part of inflation right now. And so these incentives could help with those costs in the long term. The mansion has said he wants to see what happens with inflation before making the deal. So right now, a big spending package is off the table. Some hope that he'll come back to the table, these subsidies could get through later, or they could be split up and passed on a piecemeal basis. Now The White House released a statement last week saying if the Senate wouldn't act on climate change, then President Biden would use executive orders to further his climate agenda. All right, that's NPR's Laura Ben Shaw. Thanks for your coverage, Laura. Thank you so much. In Saudi Arabia, the dust is settling a little on President Biden's short visit over the weekend. Top Saudi officials are touting a return to the status quo of U.S. Saudi relations. Meanwhile, Saudi dissidents and human rights activists abroad say that Biden's friendly optics with crown prince Mohammed bin Salman has already had consequences. NPR's fought Montana's reports from Jeddah. After years of concerns about American engagement in the region, President Biden's visit appears to have set the record straight for the time being. What we have seen through the summit and the communiques is that America has affirmed its presence in the Middle East, according to President Biden, America is not going anywhere. And this was needed to be said. That's better I'll save. Professor of history at Kuwait university. Since Biden's return to the U.S. high level Saudi officials have expressed satisfaction on local and international media for what they see as a return to normalcy in U.S. Saudi relations, and I'll save says it shows their confidence. The Middle East, the gulf in particular is more resurgent. It's more confident of its abilities. The White House says Saudi Arabia agreed to work on ending the war in Yemen working toward energy market stability and made a historic gesture toward Israel by opening its airspace to commercial flights going to or from Israel. But the Saudi leadership had its own spin on that. No, there are this has nothing to do with diplomatic ties with Israel. That's prince Faisal bin farhan, the Saudi foreign minister at a press conference after the summit. We hope that it will make some travelers lives easier. It's not in any way a precursor to any further steps. I'll save says Saudis want to keep up pressure on Israel to end its occupation of land, Palestinians seek for an independent state. Saudi Arabia will not normalize until they get an answer on the proposal that they put forward in 2002 in Beirut, land for peace. Meanwhile, Saudi dissidents abroad and human rights activists have been raising alarms about Biden's meeting with The Crown prince Mohammed bin Salman, and they're now famous fist bump greeting, Abdullah aloud in Washington is the director of gulf affairs at democracy for the Arab world now, and he says the consequences are already visible. They are going after this and they are calling them terrorists. He's referring to comments on the BBC made by a top Saudi official who said what the west views as dissidents and expression of opinion, the kingdom sees as terrorists and incitement. This happened like one day after the Biden visit. This is exactly what we were talking about for months and months. This kind of visit basically involves MBS to go more brutal and more wrong. He says President Biden failed by separating democratic values from strategic interests in his meeting with The Crown prince, who is also known as MBS. When the Biden administration abandoned human rights MBS has the leverage and only MBS. The White House insists it will continue to stress human rights values when President Biden was asked about whether he's confident there won't be another incident like what happened to journalist Jamal Khashoggi. He said that
"mohammed" Discussed on WTOP
"Made it to the weekend, everybody. Welcome into double DTO. Glad you're with us this early midnight hour. I'm dean lane. Our producer, it's Scott gelman, among the top stories we're following for you as we write into this Saturday together. It was a meeting that some believe never should have happened. But president Joe Biden is now in Saudi Arabia where he has just met this week with Mohammed bin Salman, doing so on Friday. The United States believes the Saudi crown prince ordered the 2018 killing of Washington Post columnist Jamal Khashoggi. Just hours after a meeting crown prince Mohammed bin Salman, despite promises it's a candidate to make the kingdom a pariah for the killing of critic and Washington Post writer Jamal Khashoggi, President Biden told reporters he confronted the prince. I was straightforward and direct in discussing it. I made my view crystal clear. Mister Biden said the prince disputed accusations he was behind Khashoggi's murder. The president also said his discussions with Saudi leaders have yielded progress on energy defense and technology. Steve Dorsey CBS News Jeddah Saudi Arabia three weeks after the Supreme Court overturned roe V wade, the house has approved two abortion rights bills this week. Double DT of his Capitol Hill correspondent Mitchell Miller with that. The bill is passed. Debate on both bills was at times intense. We will not stand for this blatant and brazen attempt to control women. Women deserve better than this. And so do their pre born babies. New York Democrat yvette Clark and Arizona Republican Debbie lesko reflecting the sharp divide over the issue. On the two largely party line votes, lawmakers approved a bill that would codify the abortion rights that had been held in roe versus wade, as well as legislation that would protect individuals who traveled to another state to get a legal abortion. Neither Bill is expected to become law since they don't have sufficient support in the Senate. On Capitol Hill, Mitchell Miller, WTO news. The 1233
"mohammed" Discussed on WTOP
"I'm Brendan Hazleton, Jacob Kerr, as our producer. Top stories we're following for you this afternoon, President Biden has been in Saudi Arabia today where he met with crown prince Mohammed bin Salman. The presumed heir to the Saudi throne is considered by U.S. intelligence to be responsible for ordering the killing of Washington Post columnist Jamal Khashoggi. Jamal Khashoggi will you apologize to his family, sir? On prince Mohammed bin Salman smirked, but ignored a reporter's question about the critic and Washington Post writer U.S. intelligence agencies believe he ordered killed, seated across from him at his royal palace, President Biden, who had pledged as a candidate to make Saudi Arabia a pariah, respecting the murder of Khashoggi. I raise it at the top of the meeting. The president also plans to meet with other midi leaders here this weekend to discuss energy countering Russia, China and Iran in a delicate ceasefire in Yemen. Steve Dorsey CBS News Jeddah Saudi Arabia. Well, there's been new Russian shelling in Ukraine over the last few hours and double DT ops national security correspondent JJ green joins us live with more details JJ. Yeah, there's been significant Russian shelling in the last few hours, as you said, this activity has essentially been targeting the dnipro in the northern part of Ukraine. That's been their target today for the last few hours. They've been missile strikes at least three people have been killed. Another half dozen or more have been injured. And that's not the only place there have been other places that they've targeted today, but for some reason De Niro has faced the lion's share of Russia's missiles today, but Ukraine in another storyline that's emerging today has shot down four of missiles launched from Russian territory or at least from Russian Russian military, assets towards dnipro, some of them from hundreds of miles away in the Caspian Sea region, they've shot these missiles down. This means that Ukraine has put that long-range missile defense system technology that they've been getting from the U.S. and others into service and it appears as though they are working. Russia's continuing to launch missiles as night has fallen there. It's almost 1134 there. They're continuing the launch missiles, but these systems that Ukraine has gotten from the west appears to be doing yeoman's work in protecting the nation tonight, reporting live, JJ green, WTO news. JJ, can we say at this point where this war is headed? One day there's a lull. And then the fighting picks back up. What do we think is next? Well, that kind of is the narrative when it comes to war. You can never predict where essentially a day will go unless you have some kind of definitive understanding of the strategy and Russia doesn't have one. We do know that Ukraine is trying its best to defend the country. So Russia is doing what it can do. I mean, since withdrawing from snake island on the 30th of June, Russia has been attempting to deny Ukraine, the ability to use it. But on the 13th of July, air strikes by two Russian fighter jets fail to hit that island, and this is significant because it shows the pattern of Russia's air forces failing to successfully engage in this tactical battle. And if Ukraine is able to own that airspace and own that island, they can continue to do what they need to do to liberate their grain to liberate their economy. Russia appears to be failing by trying to essentially attack that area, but it seems as though they're failing in other parts of the country as well. The intelligence we're seeing today suggest that Russia is really falling into a situation where it can't predict what it's going to be able to achieve from one day to the next. All right, JJ, thanks. WTO's JJ green 5 35 and once again, West Virginia democratic senator Joe Manchin is back in the news as he tussles with The White House over several bills this time we were talking about a broad economic Bill on the hill that lost mansion's vote, he has objected to provisions addressing climate change as well as tax hikes for rich people and corporations. But the Democrats says he does support provisions that curb drug prices and extend health insurance subsidies. This afternoon President Biden says Democrats should quickly push that scaled down version through Congress. In a statement, mister Biden says families all over the nation will sleep easier if Congress takes this action. Coming up on WTO, the superintendent of Maryland state police is reacting to today's news that his force is now the target of a federal investigation. It's 5 36. Whether they're caused by burns, trauma
Biden says he raised Khashoggi murder with crown prince
"President Biden says he brought up Washington Post columnist Jamal Khashoggi's killing during the long anticipated meeting with Saudi crown pins Mohammed bin Salman I raise it at the top of the meeting U.S. intelligence believes The Crown prince likely approved Khashoggi's murder for years ago He basically said that he was not personally responsible for it I indicated I thought he was The president says he was a crystal clear in saying a U.S. president can not be silent about human rights as a candidate He said he treats Saudi Arabia as a pariah but after exchanging a fist bump with The Crown prince he's under intense criticism The Washington Post publisher called it shameful worse than a handshake that it gave The Crown prince unwarranted redemption Sagar Meghani Washington
Biden and Saudi crown prince begin crucial meeting with fist bump
"A meeting to repair one of the world's most important diplomatic relationships has started with a fist bump Saudi television captured the scene outside a royal palace in Jeddah Saudi crown prince Mohammed bin Salman Tapping President Biden's fist U.S. intelligence believes the ground prince likely ordered journalist Jamal Khashoggi's death and the president had refused to meet with him until now as concerns over rising gas prices and Iranian aggression eclipse human rights violations There was little evidence of warmth between the men and reporters were kept well away during their meeting Jamal Khashoggi were you apologized to his family sir Thank you guys Thank
Highly-anticipated meeting between President Joe Biden and Saudi Crown Prince
"President Biden is meeting with Saudi leaders including crown prince Mohammed bin Salman The kingdom's heir apparent greeted the president at a royal palace with a fist bump until now the president had refused to meet with the man known as MBS whom U.S. intelligence agencies assess likely ordered journalist Jamal Khashoggi's killing while the president had pledged during his campaign to treat Saudi Arabia as a pariah state due to human rights abuses other concerns like Iran and rising gas prices have taken center stage
Pressed on upcoming Saudi meeting, Biden says he "always brings up human rights"
"President Biden's first Mideast trip will end in Saudi Arabia and his meetings there may determine whether the whole journey was a success or a failure While running for office he vowed to treat the Saudis as a pariah for their human rights record and as president signed off on a U.S. intelligence community finding that crown prince Mohammed bin Salman likely approved journalist Jamal Khashoggi's killing Today the president will meet with among others the man known as MBS Khashoggi's fiance tells the AP in the process the president will lose his moral authority It's a heartbreaking and disappointing The president has not committed to bringing up Khashoggi's death and talks with MBS and while he says human rights are always a topic with every leader this visit is much broader To promote U.S.
The AP Interview: Khashoggi fiancee criticizes Biden visit
"The fiance of murdered Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi is criticizing President Biden's trip to Saudi Arabia a teacher chengi says the president's meeting with the Saudi crown prince is a sign he is backing down on a pledge to prioritize human rights It's a heartbreaking and disappointing Cheng gui tells the AP President Biden will lose moral authority by putting oil and expediency over principles and values She thought the president was different He's doing the same And embracing dictators in the region right now Crown prince Mohammed bin Salman has long denied any knowledge or involvement in Khashoggi's killing What is his body still We do not have any answer And people need to get a truth During the campaign the president describes Saudi Arabia as a pariah We can not forget what happened to Jamal I'm Ed
Turkey suspends trial of Saudi suspects in Khashoggi killing
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"mohammed" Discussed on Just Getting Started with Rich Eisen
"No, I'm back. I mean, that's the best part of doing a podcast and like Lou, I would even say leave it in like, you know, everyone always says, like, oh, everything's so perfect on TV. Things aren't perfect. My kid is a total thief, if you took my charger, it happens, right? Life happens. I mean, that's the truth. Like if you're doing live TV, you're really stinks. It's not live. It's a podcast, which means I can go and run and get my charger. And if my dog barks, like, you know, shit happens. It just happens. You talked about it as we were just going to get my charger. We were talking about this interaction between Ted and Nate, and I think that that's one of the things that makes it so fascinating is that Nate just wants that same love. He just wants that same, he wants to be seen. That's a very universal theme in life. He just wants to be seen. And I wonder if that's why people have latched on to this so much. Yeah. There's definitely a lot of it stems from, I think, the toxic relationship with his dad. So he does have these effects of the abandonment issues. And yeah, I think that because prior to then, you know, Nate would make a suggestion. And beard and Ted were like, oh, that's a great suggestion. Yeah, let's play it and it'll be like, oh wow, I can't believe you playing my whatever. Tactic that he suggested. And then it gets to the point that he's a coach, and now he's expected to be good at his job because he's not the kind of the underdog kitman anymore. And so yeah, by the time we're kind of into season two, he's not, I guess he's not kind of getting that praise that he used to get. And yeah, he lacks any real relationship with anyone, doesn't he? And so yeah, he really does feel that Ted isn't there anymore to support him and without that support network. He starts to crumble. I wish that you could tell us what was going to happen. I wish that you would come on this show and tell us, okay, here's what's happening in season three. That would be insane because there's a reason why there is these in three. But tell us what we can look forward to. Innate in how he develops for season three. Oh. Well, I mean, they're genuinely is stuff that I don't know. Like I know broadly stuff, but I don't, there's a lot of details that I'm not aware of. I think it's fair to say that we would love for it to be part of a redemption arc. I don't know if it is or not. But there's definitely unfinished business between and slash AFC Richmond. And I think even Brendan has already sort of gone on record and said that we're going to see two matches between West Ham and AFC Richmond..
"mohammed" Discussed on Just Getting Started with Rich Eisen
"Based on the true story comes the journey of bad boy Uber founder Travis kalanick and the driving ambition that transformed the little app that could into the turbocharged tech that changed the world. Buckle up for a thrill ride through Silicon Valley full of innovation, manipulation, and one totally unexpected destination. Super pumped, the battle for Uber is now streaming only on showtime. Well, hi there, welcome to this edition of just getting started. Thrilled thrilled to bring you a man that I think is so intriguing. His name is Nick Muhammad, he plays Nate, the great Shelley on Ted Lasso. I don't know about you, but I needed Ted Lasso to get through COVID. I needed something hopeful and inspirational just like this podcast just getting started. So let's go talk to Nick and find out how he just got started. I feel like Ted Lasso came along in a very dark time in the world. And we needed a reason to smile. And I feel like Nick, you gave us that with your character Nate the great Shelley. And I would love to know what you were thinking, first of all, before we go back in time and talk about your previous life as a seismologist and mathematician, I'm a magician, everything you can think of, I love to hear your thoughts when you first saw this character on the pages. Did it jump out at you, did you have any idea how transcending Nate could possibly be? Oh, goodness. I guess, I guess the answer is no, really. I mean, I was drawn to the part and the script because you could immediately tell that it was quality writing. There was an amazing creative team behind it. And but you know, at that point, to be fair, you know, certainly when I went into audition for it, I didn't know exactly where the character was going to go. And it was only later on. And part of the reason why I then decided to do it was because they said, oh, just so you know, this is our kind of trajectory for this character. And then once we started filming season one, Jason was very open about where it was going to go in terms of the heel turn in season two and him kind of go to the dark side as it were. So I was, you know, I could immediately tell that this was going to be a really fun show and I loved thematically. It was optimistic and it felt really refreshing in that respect and that was before we knew that there was going to be a pandemic when it was going to go out, of course. It felt it felt like it was slightly bucking the trend of those more sort of cynical snarky comedies felt that the kind of comedy was a little bit saturated with those at the time. And so yeah, this felt great. But no, I don't think anyone could have anticipated how much it would connect to an audience and obviously we're beyond thrilled that it has and I think it's just testament to the writers really. They're just so great and they managed to write such kind of deep often when you're playing a part of an ensemble. You don't get the opportunity for the character to go on a journey and for it to have kind of layers of depth and stuff..
"mohammed" Discussed on TED Talks Daily
"So now's the time to stand up with the courage of your convictions, raise your voices yet again and demand our leaders to take action on the promise of a 1.5° world. Friends, it's time to make some serious noise to transform our world. Right now, there's another young girl. Maybe it's cooler. Maybe it's Aisha, maybe it's Fatima, walking on the shores of Lake Chad. She's looking out and wondering what her future may hold. Will it be an ocean of opportunity? It could be or will it be a wasteland of dust as far as the eyes can see? She's asking that question of all leaders who hold her future in their hands. And she's also asking it of all of us here today and around the world. The time for real action has come, the choice is ours, individually, collectively, what will you do? Thank you..
"mohammed" Discussed on TED Talks Daily
"As a girl, I walked along the shores of Lake Chad, one of the largest lakes in Africa. It went on forever, touching four countries, Chad, Niger, Cameroon, and my own country, Nigeria. It seemed like an ocean to me at the time with 30 million people relying on its bounty. Sadly, today, as you fly over Lake Chad, you won't see much. It's a fraction of its original size. 90% of this fresh water basin has dried up and with it, millions and millions.
Islamic State figure charged with supporting terrorist group
"A leading Islamic state media figure has been charged in US federal court in Virginia with conspiring to provide material support to a terrorist organization federal officials say Mohammed Khalifa was captured overseas by the Syrian democratic forces in January twenty nineteen and recently transferred into FBI custody the Saudi born Canadian citizen was a leading figure in the Islamic state of Iraq he's alleged to have fought for ISIS on the battlefield in Syria and also to have played a leading role in translating narrating and advancing the group's online propaganda prosecutors say Khalifa's efforts furthered its worldwide recruitment efforts expanding the reach of videos that quote glorified the horrific murders and indiscriminate cruelty of ISIS if convicted Khalifa faces a maximum penalty of life in prison I'm Ben Thomas
"mohammed" Discussed on The Culture Soup Podcast
"Getting to yourself so meta. Yeah absolutely and it's so important that the kids see this because what they see in us they see as the baseline they think. That's normal so if you give them a little rocket fuel is no telling what they'll be able to do to multiply what we've we've put before them. You agree no absolutely agree and and in a way that only selfish part that the work that you're doing an doing is going to leave that for hopefully very that's the only selfish part people. Say what are you doing. What's the benefit but again we're not doing it for rewards and recognition. It's good to be recognized because you know it inspired other people to say. Hey how did you get that. Let me do this right side. Resume is is you know. How do you get your dream job of. How do you make community engagement diversity. Talent acquisition thinks that you're passionate about as your dream job is whatever you're doing today. What are you investing in to get that role and let that roll. Become your day job. You said was so key. It's not about us. it's not about you. it's not about me and people who don't have a deep perspective might see the social media role by. Yes there's a picture of me on stage or something or you're out there singing and think. Oh what are they doing. Their self promoting. No it's the message that were carrying touching people's lives and we owe it to ourselves to expand our reach to reach more people. You agree absolutely. I mean it's just like watching talk radio. 'cause i've see like different way people express it like someone who is just walking over to a street vendor and getting a thousand dollars. People like hey. Why did you make video about that. It's like because it will inspire other people to do something like that for someone who's you know dealing with something and that's how i see the work we do. Is we have to be loud and proud because you know there are some work in the community where you have to go and promote those organizations you have to because unless you're talking if you're not talking about is who's talking about it as i used the word new power. Right the fundraisers that are happening on facebook. The the on instagram are the new power back in the days. If you had to go for me do some charity work or do you have to go to a bank for lone people literally saying hey friends. I'm going to do this project. I need to rest and thousand dollar four or five weeks later. The person that has the money to get the new power right and one of my friends was going on a An article You know to like a project for himself. He was raising funds. He did it all by himself. Facebook and doubt is the new bomber. And i love that. And you know it's it's People ship started utilizing. Ask you if you're a good singer. You don't need to get a break. You go make your youtube video that and you become the justin bieber exactly if you know. This is what i've been talking about is wielding the weapons of mass innovation because the internet is democratized. So it's every man's opportunity and it's just a matter of finding your niece and your purpose in going for and guess what you don't even need a bank account. You can have a stripe account or square account or paypal account. It doesn't matter you know if you can get your hands on one of these devices you can change the world absolutely and you know talking about privilege. A lot of these countries a lot of countries out there the tic tac is banned. There's some other apps that have been so when you have access to those things use it. Use it for your good use it for the good of society environment you know. Use technology the.
"mohammed" Discussed on The Culture Soup Podcast
"So always looking at the fees and the threads on all the platforms and i notice the trends and one thing that my team figured out while we were. At and t. Was that most of the conversations and the way we use the platforms and emojis that we use driven by people in marginalized groups bore. You know the different segments and you. Now we're talking off line here a minute ago about tic tac and you wanted the few friends that i actually know that i'm connected with on top. And you made a statement about tic tac and the pandemic. What was that i see talk was i mean. It was a blessing during pandemic right. 'cause i mean. How much tv can you really. And and and. And i think i personally was using it to stay connected with the next generation that is going to take over. The workforce the next generation that is going to decide the future and technology like what kind of mindset do they have. What are the things that they're connected. And i see talk as you know the best platform for the common man and when i say common i'm like anyone can become famous. Talk like if if you have talent or you have something to say. I'm in good abed. it's it's the best definition of new power. Exactly and and and i love that power to see you know people just becoming so famous that they are ad you know all these famous met gala or in like avatar influencer every emmys oscar and. It's just amazing to see that that you know and it's it's a power that can be utilized in the right way and i personally used it michelle I just recently launched in one of the co founders of faith at work and sorts group. And i wanted to see what the young population is how they see fate and how are they differences. How are they celebrating. Commonalities and differences in faith. And i think to talk a great platform to see all of those inclusion the activists the you know what are the things that people are talking about when it comes to fade the diversity equity inclusion community engagement social responsibility You know What are they talking about. And i i just enjoy watching those videos on tick-tock it's like i've learned things that that i i mean. I've been some college. I don't think i learned all of that at that age but wanted talk. Videos is open your eyes. And i'm not talking about the fake ones out there right genuine. 'cause i go and research after true right so but it's amazing the things that you get exposed to well and it's interesting because we try to have our discussions every time on this podcast around tech business in culture and we're all of that intersex. I think tick-tock is the ultimate pinnacle of that because yes it is driven by gen z. Although you see jesse's parents on a lot of xers some boomers and you see you see millennials on their more and more too but you are also able to get a glimpse in the culture. When i joined. I was just i loved the way. Maybe there was musical or dance craze the happen but each group kind of took it and made it their own. You will see native. Americans dressing the full garb and all of a sudden boom the transition there in their full garb. And it's just amazing to see you might have seen some samoans doing their idea of the wo- the renegade it was amazing but then we ended up in the pandemic in around that time. Of course we're talking the cultural upheaval and the huge protests. Around the world. Around george floyd and even around the issues of asian. Hey you got to see what people really really thought. And you write tic. Tac is like the common man's platform compared to like an instagram. Where folks kind of take the position of let me show off. Let me show you how fantastic i am in. All of the beautiful cars in in boss moves in making right. Ted talk is really a little bit more down to earth. And i don't know if you saw this but during the election it was really interesting to see many of the gin's ears that we're going to war with their parents and recording that on top. Did you see that. I saw that i saw i saw that. I wasn't really a trend. But i saw a few of the videos. And the and. And you're absolutely right. Because i participated in the marches and and richardson Parts have been a lot of conversation. about api hate and A lot of the conversations. The questions that we were putting for the panel or the responses. I was getting. I was literally going to talk to to see you know what what are the questions that have been raised. And how can i utilize the same questions but my panels because those are very genuine questions and you know. it's. I'm in a lot of times. When when i go back and think that you know it was You know how do you understand your privilege. How do you understand As an asian as a station. I am the most privileged minority in this country. I'm an asian indian right. How do you. How do you understand your privilege after seeing all all the struggles of all the other communities you come to the conclusion that i'm not going to mistake my privileges. Freedom yes right in and i will not see inconvenience as oppression and those those are the things that you know i i i i see As as as as the as great learning experiences from noxious ticked but overall social media played a big role end. I think it's just cairo at it. Two years of how people utilize it For good right is social media for good like there's of course that is negative during his pros and cons to everything. There's a lot of negativity out there too but in reality that based on what you follow who you follow there are some really good people out there who are helping you know. Kids that are dealing with anxiety and frenchy There's some great speakers out there. People who are available there's a guy who who teaches the kids Who either don't have parents or don't have fathers to teach them the basic things that you know you learn how so. There's so many amazing things that are happening. All follow those good news movement moments and you know those kind of talk make your day like you wanna watch that one. Good humanitarian thing. You know let somebody somebody here in someone who's giving money to a homeless person kept. You know it's inspiring. It isn't something like that..
"mohammed" Discussed on The Culture Soup Podcast
"Everybody. I'm so excited today to have a former colleague and dear friend with me today. Muhammad for sure he is diversity equity and inclusion and culture enthusiasts. But i would say expert. He has dug in deep and he works for a fortune. Ten one that we know very well right vomit. Absolutely absolutely thank you so much. This was the last place we saw it. Yes we did. I think it was an er g event you the speakers it was four laces. Yes it was okay. So acis is the indian Employee resource group and some some companies. Call them call them business resource groups but at and t. employee resource groups and this one was for the indian community. And anyone who wanted to support you guys right absolutely and you're phenomenal that demirovic phenomena members speech about it and and how inspired all the other speakers and i remember one of the speakers even said the next time. Michelle is on states. I'm not going because everyone else looks exactly who that is. Because he leaned in to me and he said it very jokingly. But i knew he was serious. He's like next time. I'm not sitting by you and you're definitely not going before me. Your son spotting. I'm just glad to be here and it's just honored to call you friend the work you spotting people and making a big difference like you know. It's i personally know people that you've helped in their careers and providing them guidance mentorship. So thank you for what you do. That is the biggest compliment i can ever receive from. Anybody that's the most meaningful. And that is. I see the fruits of your labor and that means a lot and see my clients and former clients out there killing it man. If you wanna see me tear up. That's a great way to make me do it. So muhammed you do a lot of things inside of your company and outside of your company if you were going to tell my audience what it is that you do. What would you say. I i mean you know the way i do it. Is you know there's a career that you're paid for. And there's a purpose that you made for and My career and purposes the same. I connect employees but the communities. I connect Nonprofits but the communities and So i leave community engagement For my company and for international europe middle east africa and asia pacific region. And of course. I'm very involved in the in the community here in the us especially north texas area. So i have a dream job. The work i do outside my company inside. My company is is something that i as i say. It's my purpose and my career is the same. Yeah you know. I have a lot of family members. And i call him. Family members still working. At and t. Some that have been there and gone since but the bonds that we shared or really meaningful and. i think you're one of the people that i recall when i met you. You greet at me with the hug. I think golden boy was standing there watching happen. We've been we've been close ever since. Absolutely i'm anna's to me honestly. It was a fan moment. Because i know. I've known you but i've never met you so it was. It was just one of those moments like you know. We see all these leaders and like like the concert that you were talking about you see someone that you yes you inspired by. See them and you know. So it's it's it's No i i think the work you've done at t. the work you've done outside. They just very impactful. And i'm just glad we're still connected. Oh absolutely connected. And you're rocking on social media. So i get to see all the good.
"mohammed" Discussed on The Culture Soup Podcast
"The year was two thousand fourteen. It's safe to say that. I was settling into my role at the big company. At and t. And we were really beginning to get some programs off the ground. My team was getting settled and the agency teams. Were beginning to turn out work. That was being respected and acknowledged across the company. I remember being in the cafeteria. One day in seeing who i thought might have been a disney prince. How did know his name but he was definitely handsome and he was gregarious. He spoke to everyone and when he greeted people he hugged them. Well fast forward to two thousand fifteen while planning the reverend event that you've heard me talk about so much. We had then chief diversity. Officer sent marshall sit with reverend and do an all employees event to talk about the importance of faith and how we connect to our faith using our devices. It was based on some research that we've done and it's kind of crazy that i would meet muhammed for schori around the circumstances because when you hear what he's doing today you can tell this was divinely appointed but it was around two thousand and fifteen just before this event that. I'm discussing that. Someone told me that you need to meet this guy named muhammed for sure and i hadn't put the dots together that it was the disney prince but one day i was in the lobby and waiting by golden. Boy who's now outside in the discovery district of at and t. He was inside the lobby for someone to go to lunch. With and up walks the disney prints and he has arms open and he hugged me. He said you must be l. Michelle and he told me that there were people that said that we needed to connect to that. We needed to connect them well. Long story short muhammad. And i have been friends ever since muhammad was one of those people and he was in the organization. I was in corporate communications over in the global marketing organization. But i could always stop into his office and have candid conversations about just about anything i needed to when it came to the work that we were doing there for the big company. Muhammed is doing some amazing things. And it's not just at and t. He is all over the place in the community around. The globe may be making things happen. He's an amazing speaker. He is a talented and gifted singer. And i need for you to meet this disney prints. He's muhammed for shourie. And he's on this edition of the.
Author Joel Rosenberg Describes His Latest Book 'Enemies and Allies'
"Rosenberg. Welcome to the program. Thanks bob it's great to be with you. Oh eric trish. I even heard of you. I've heard of you in fact i've had you on the program many times. You have so many new york times. Bestsellers that i. I laugh because to somebody who i don't know. I think i have five officially but i thought you have written so many books and your books do so well and you now have another book so before we get into current events. 'cause i wanna talk about the middle east. Sure i'm tell us about the new book. Because it's i know it's it's the new book. Well what's interesting about this book. Enemies and allies is. It's the first book. It's the only book that really takes you inside the middle east twenty years after the horrific events of nine eleven to to assess. Where are we today right. Who our enemies today. Because they've changed and who our allies today. They've also changed but what makes us book. Distinctive is not just that. I'm sort of analyzing it from my own vantage point. But i'm taking the readers inside the palaces and the presidential compounds in every major american ally in the middle east. You're sitting with prime minister. Benjamin netanyahu you're sitting with israeli president ruby. Rivlin you're sitting with. Israel's defense minster by you're also sitting as i take you with me into riyadh saudi arabia and you're meeting mohammed bin salman most consequential and i think the most controversial leader in the arab world and presidency in egypt and king of jordan and the leaders of the united arab emirates and bahrain. This there is no book. Might this that has allowed you to sit there and listen to these leaders. What are they think are the worst threats facing not only the united states but them how do they how are they changing their societies because there are massive changes. So that's what makes us book interesting and for me fascinating to live it over the last few
UN: Afghanistan's Taliban want to address General Assembly
"Hi Mike Rossi a reporting the United Nations says Afghanistan's Taliban want to address the General Assembly the Taliban Afghanistan's new rulers have informed the United Nations they want their representative to speak at the General Assembly you want spokesman says secretary general Antonio Guterres received the communication last week from currently accredited Afghan ambassador Golam XXI listing Afghanistan's delegation for the general assembly's seventy sixth session but Monday another letter arrived from the Taliban saying XXI no longer represents Afghanistan the Taliban is nominating Mohammed Suhail shot he'd as Afghanistan's new you web representative Afghanistan is scheduled to give the final speech on the closing day of the General Assembly on September twenty seventh hi Mike Rossi out
Ex-Cop's Murder Verdict Reversed in Australian Woman's Death
"Hi Mike Rossi a reporting a former Minneapolis police officer's murder verdict has been reversed in an Australian woman's death the Minnesota Supreme Court reversed the third degree murder conviction Wednesday of a former Minneapolis police officer who fatally shot an Australian woman in twenty seventeen while responding to her nine one one call the Supreme Court said the charge of third degree murder or depraved murder against Mohammed nor did not fit the circumstances of the case nor was convicted of third degree murder and the second degree manslaughter in the death of Justine Ruszczyk Damond the ruling means the murder conviction will be overturned and nor will be sentenced on the manslaughter count with more than twenty eight months served if the manslaughter sentences the presumptive for years he could be eligible for supervised release around the end of this year hi Mike Rossio
Private Security Firm Exploited Afghan Crisis, Charging Thousands for Flight Tickets
"Mean, it's one thing If you're Joe Biden and you have no morals, you have no conscious Six stupid, nasty old man. But then then dragged the whole country into his world with the thanks of the Democrat Party in the media is really unbelievable. Unbelievable. Private security team with the former firm Blackwater and U. S. Army soldiers stood watch for Taliban fighters. As the crew called the Bagram Air Force. Oh, The air base. I should say for help. Oh, that's not our base anymore. Mohammed jumped in a Humvee along with a force from the 82nd airport division and drove hours into the mountains to rescue them. The three senators were driven back to the base with the convoy. Imagine if the Taliban have gotten those three. Hello, Mr President. Save me and my family, Mohammed said, according to the Wall Street Journal, Don't forget me here. I can't leave my house, he said on Tuesday. I'm very scared. Mohammed's visa application reportedly stalled when the defense contractor he worked for lost records needed for his visa application. As the Taliban seize control. On August, 15 Mohammed tried his luck at the Kabul airport Gates but was turned away by U. S forces. He told him he could go, but he'd have to leave his wife and Children behind. I guess that's what Biden means when he says. Some people just want to stay there. Ladies and Gen. They just want to stay there. Your blood should be boiling. Beyond belief right
Pakistan State Carrier Resumes Flights to Kabul
"Evacuation flights out of Afghanistan continue but so does the struggle to get out the thousands seeking to leave before the August thirty first deadline for US forces to be gone cars are lined up and people camped out along the blast walls of Kabul International Airport waiting and hoping to get in gunfire could be heard but at least for those not in the immediate vicinity of the shops have become background noise Mohammed Naim had served as an interpreter for U. S. forces so I'm telling today people stay in their house houses come to this area it's a very very busy situation right now Taliban fighters are checkpoints ringing the airport those who make it there are not leaving hundreds lacks the first appearance for evacuation maps adding to the chaos that's prevented some Afghans do have papers and promises of flights from getting through I'm Ben Thomas
The Daily Mail Reports AMEX Staff Forced to Undergo CRT Training
"Also show MX created an anti racism initiative and so forth, and so on. The event with Mohammad called Conversation about race in America reflecting on our history and the American dream took place in September. The A Web stream. Mohammed described capitalism is racial capitalism and said a max, and it's definitely complicit in giving privilege to some races over others. He said. American Express has to do its own digging about how it sits in relationship to this history of racial capitalism. Anybody have an American express card? Anybody have a 41 K or an IRA or Invested in a series or collection of mutual funds and That would include American Express. Why don't hundreds of you if not thousands of you shop at their next public shareholder meeting? Why don't you show up with the next shareholder meeting? Or if you wish. Cut up your American Express card if that's what you would like to do.
Saudi Oil Giant Aramco Sees Half-Year Earnings Climb to $47B
"Saudi Arabia's oil producing company Aramco has announced an income of forty seven billion dollars for the first half of the year the ending is double what the company took over the same period last year when the coronavirus ground to travel and pummeled global demand for oil Aramco's CEO Amin Nasser said the company's second quarter results reflects a strong rebound in worldwide energy demands around his financial health is crucial to Saudi Arabia stability despite massive efforts by Saudi crown prince Mohammed bin Salman to divest by the economy the kingdom still depends heavily on oil exports to fuel government spending I'm Karen Thomas
Attack Targeting Acting Afghan Defense Minister Left 8 Dead
"An attack in an upscale neighborhood of Afghanistan's capital has targeted the country's acting defense minister and his left at least eight people dead and twenty wounded an Interior Ministry spokesman says a gun battle between Afghan security forces and insurgents followed a powerful explosion the attack targeting the guest house of acting defense minister which Melancon Mohammed T. who was not hurt Mohammed is political party says the minister was not in the guest house at the time and his family had been safely evacuated all full of tacos was shot and killed up to five hours of fighting No one has immediately taken responsibility for the assault but it comes as Taliban insurgents have been pressing ahead with an offensive I'm Charles so that's my
"mohammed" Discussed on Harvard Classics
"Introductory note the ancient religion of the arabs was the worship of the stars but long before the birth of muhammad it had become greatly corrupted and multifarious idolatry had come to prevail by the sixth century. Even this had become perfunctory and most of the population had ceased to believe in anything though pilgrimages and sacrifices were to some extent kept up. The chief seat of this degraded worship was the city of mecca. Where was situated the kaaba the most ancient shrine of the country and it was from the family of the princes of mecca and guardians of the cobb at the prophet was descended. Mahamat was born in five seventy one. Ad his father died before he was born and his mother when he was only six in his youth he tended sheep and goats and at twenty four. He was employed to drive caravans of camels by rich widow diga whom he married when he was forty while wandering alone on a desolate mountain near mecca. He had a vision. An angel appeared to him and told him to read and recited certain verses from youth he had suffered from a kind of hysteria and this vision seems to have increased his tendency to hallucinations and ecstasy. There was an intermission of two or three years before the vision reappeared after which revelations came rapidly. He became convinced of his prophetic mission and began to make converts the first being the women of his own family for years. However the new religion made little progress and the prophet underwent great hardships finally having to flee from mecca to medina from this flight which took place in six twenty two a d the mahamat an era dates two years later began the holy war and from this time on mohammed anisim was extended largely by the sword when its founder died in six thirty two ad. It was firmly established as a great political power as well as a religion and it is now said to be the belief of about one hundred and seventy millions of people from the koran in which are collected muhammed's revelations the following chapters are selected to give a view of all the more important elements of the faith he taught..
"mohammed" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"With Layla Mohammed. The L. A County Sheriff's department has stepped up efforts to find the mother of a newborn found in the trash in Linwood. The baby boy survived from what we were told by hospital staff. The baby was thriving had a great appetite. Lieutenant John Adams says. Surveillance footage has offered clues and investigators are looking for two women who were at the Avon Burke John D. Ham Park last Friday with a distinctive stroller looks like a tricycle with a handle very bright pink. Adams says. It's believed the baby was born in a bathroom in the park and abandonment that proved only temporary. No, there's no shortage of love for this baby. We've had an outpouring of support here at the Sheriff's department in Whittier, Chris and Carl. Okay, if I knew, the LAPD says the department has seen 38 deadly traffic collisions in the Valley area this year, Captain Andy Nyman says around half a dozen of those collisions are unsolved Hit and runs. He's unsolved crimes continue. We have families who want closure and people who deserve to be held accountable. Simon says. The latest hit and run happen, Ben Eyes on Sunday night when a man crashed into a person on the street. The man has been arrested. News brought to you by cunning dental group. Texas governor has signed a law that requires police officers to keep their body cameras on during investigations. ABC Jim Ryan says they both John Act is named for a black men killed in his apartment in Dallas in 2018 by an off duty cop, Amber Geiger said she had mistakenly walked into the wrong apartment when she shot her neighbor, Botham Jean to death. Later as she sat in the back of a squad car, the president of the Dallas Police Association ordered another officer. Shut off the in car camera. The law will go.
"mohammed" Discussed on How I Found My Voice
"Love this podcast. Support this show through the acoss saporta feature. It's up to you how much you give. And there's no regular commitment. Just hit the link in the show description to support. Now welcome to how. I found my voice with me smear armored. We're we're looking forward to bringing you some more mazing guests in season four which will be coming out in the autumn today. We're going to give you a sneak preview of one of our upcoming episode which is a double feature with two guests. We have the actor. David schwimmer best known for his role as ross in the hit sitcom friends and the and writer nik muhammad. Here's a taste of what's to come secret that you originally turned down the part of ross geller and i wonder what was your thinking. How did you feel about the world of sitcoms. Thinking that it's four years from upton sinclair's the jungle and your own theater company the start of friends. Yeah well. I had been lucky enough to be cast in my first regular series role which is a big deal for a young actor a year before friends right. It was a show with this incredible actor. Henry winkler who i love and adore and i was playing his son in this sitcom units been teaching vegetarian cooking and Really.
"mohammed" Discussed on 710 WOR
"And building manager Mohammed Mohammed was arrested and charged with reckless endangerment. He admitted to ordering the propane tanks to sell to another individual who then resold them to restaurants in need of heat for covert outdoor dining. We've lost a legendary broadcaster and television icon who was born and raised in Brooklyn. Larry King passed away early Saturday morning at Cedars Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles Kings career spanning more than six decades in television, radio and Digital media. ABC is entertainment correspondent Sandy Kenyon says King's career was built from his Brooklyn roots. The Brooklyn never left Larry King, and particularly the drive the ambition and the desire to get out of Brooklyn and make something of yourself. Larry King was 87 years old Paul de Castro. WR news the Nets beat the Heat won 28 to 1 24 years. You, WR Well. China Forecast Stand breezy for Your Sunday sunshine. A few clouds are high. Has loaned me thirties, but windshields make feel cool in that all day, sitting close early Monday and then clouds build to the rest of day high near 40. Army throws Todd Boric Start your day with Len Burman or Michael Riedel in the morning weekdays, six Till 10 I'm a show Kabbalah on 7 10 W. O R. An NBC News radio station. The following is a paid program W O. R's airing of this program constitutes neither an endorsement of the products offered for the ideas expressed Balance of nature's fruits and vegetables in a capsule changing the world one life at a time. I am so glad I got balance of nature. It's just like the people on the commercials. The product is absolutely wonderful. I tell people you got to use it because it works wonders. And if you don't like fruits and vegetables, this is the best way to take up is a nossa product. I've got my uncle on it. My mom on it. I've got four or five of my best friends from high school.
"mohammed" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"First. This is the biggest disconnected ever seen, and I could have never imagined that the market could be so disconnected. It is a bubble because it's unrelated to fundamentals. But it's rational because it depends on all these injections of liquidity. Look, I tell people it depends on how comfortable you feel with a rational bubble. That is what you're investing. In right now, And if you feel comfortable, go right ahead served away for as long as it's lost. Just make sure you get off it. I'm not sure he helped me here much guys. If you feel comfortable stick if you don't get it, do you deal with it's the cut. Like I said, the constant head scratcher. What do you guys think about our current market situation? It's a lot of mixed messages We've been getting. You got to go back to the word bubble. Okay, Think think about what he's saying Bubble. Those bubbles pop. It's started and you don't like, okay, 321 boom. It pops, right. You never know when that level's gonna pop and that's the whole idea. When you look at some of the valuations that we're seeing. We were talking about it off air about a certain stock, and it's like holy mackerel. How is that possible that that thing is that high? Nothing supports it, except maybe people that are Betting taking a lot of risk. And right now, when Mohammed all area in talks about a bubble, and he's talking about frost evaluations and things like that, you better be on your guard. You better be making some moves. To lessen the risk in your portfolio,.