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"mohammed" Discussed on Nighttime Conversations With Steve and Freja
"Q. Inappropriate joke about flaccid meets. But. A few examples of not having good state control and how that will affect people are I'm going to list a few examples here erectile dysfunction that has non physical causes and I believe this is something like eighty percent of erectile dysfunction is non physical in nature it's mental. Erectile dysfunction that has physical causes, physical causes such as stress or even diabetes to a degree Conditions when you're on medications high blood pressure medication is a big one depression medication. Low Libido anxiety the inability to be aroused and inability to have an orgasm. Lack of interest in a loved partner. Lack of confidence. Poor creativity or inspiration in the bedroom. And finally. Stress induced health conditions that result in the use of medication that destroy the Beato, sexual response and sexual function, and this medication would also have seriously detrimental effects that ripple into the relationship often. You can avoid and I'm not a doctor and Muhammad on a doctor. However, there are a lot of things that can be avoided if you take care of your health and your mental state. So things such as high blood pressure. Anti anxiety and depression medication. Often cholesterol medication. So pretty much the entire gamut of sexual and relationship experience rests on a person's ability to be in the right state at the right time for what they want to do. Sometimes this happens easily and naturally an often it does not. So I'm relating this to sex and relationships because it's my work subject but this. Particular state control this maps across into every area of life work relationships, sports recreation even relaxation Mohammed mentioned in the boardroom so. This is a lot to throw out there right now, and I'm going to start with just a few pointed questions. Okay. So number one is how does deliberately affecting your State Affect Your overall health? and. Is there a better way to put it because I've been saying stay control better way to put it in that? Well you know. I think the no the framing is great and I think the word status correct as well. Ours is a good way to putting it. You know what? I really love about the way you just introduced all of this is it's true. It doesn't necessarily matter whether we're talking about sexual performance or intimacy or anything like that, or we're just talking about you know sports or our performance at work you know being a leader in a corporate environment it all does come down to state if. You ever take a look at my logo. You know I know it says coach the mind because really my start was in NLP and I thought it was all about you know our unconscious thoughts and I went on to study says that I went on as you know to study and become trained in a variety of different modalities the logo is actually Going off the sort of coach the mind it's a brain that also looks like a speech bubble..
"mohammed" Discussed on Nighttime Conversations With Steve and Freja
"Mohammed Cheek is a master practitioner and teacher of Neuro linguistic programming, a certified heart math instructor, public speaker, and coach a man with real integrity both in the home and the community Mohammed has a brilliant mind and a huge heart which comes through and everything that he does. I'm so happy he's agreed to speak here and would like to say a huge welcome and thank you, Muhammad, can you give us your version of what you do for people who want to improve their lives? Thanks for having me on the show Yeah, absolutely. So I. Think the easiest shortest way I've been doing this for almost ten years later just over ten years now in. I still have a hard time putting into a nice neat sentence but I think the easiest way is I help people who feel stuck. In wherever variety of different ways just stuck in their thinking stuck in their emotions? Have that breakthrough. So they can go and start creating an living the life that Dach- The wanted to living, and that comes in like a variety of different flavors from I get a lot of clients that have you know maybe they're been diagnosed with depression anxiety ptsd and they have these things in you know legally I can't say them. So what I say instead is I teach them tools and techniques to help them move past from that and I do also a lot of executive coaching You know just run communication. People feel that they're not there yet or than are worthy confidence issue self esteem issues. You know whenever it was always an underlying roots help people just really blasts through that and I know that well I. Know a lot of people who've been to see you and I've been deceived professionally as well and. Can speak for the efficacy of your work. It's it's phenomenal. Today's episode is going to be a little different and very informative rather than talk specifically about sex or relationships I wanNA talk about the foundation on which sex and relationships are built having great sex and intimacy depends on being able to access the correct states to engage in those things well, and when I say state, it's more than just a mental state. It's the entire bodies response, physical chemical hormonal, the the heart rate, and without this, we would be lifeless flaccid meet suits..
Regina King introduces 'One Night in Miami' to Oscars race
"Actor Regina king puts on her director's hat and introduces her film one night in Miami about a young Muhammad Ali to the Oscar race it was quite the film takes place after the twenty two year old the heavyweight champion Sonny Liston it's a fictional account of a conversation between the boxer who later became Mohammed Ali and Malcolm X. Jim Brown and Sam Cooke who discussed inequality look at racism against them and how to use their celebrity is changing Regina king says it also speaks to what's happening today with the
Dakotas lead US in virus growth as both reject mask rules
"Actor coronavirus Regina king infections puts on her in director's the Dakotas hat and have introduces been growing faster her film than one anywhere night else in in Miami the nation about over the a last young two Muhammad weeks Ali Johns to the Hopkins Oscar University race researchers say north and South it Dakota was quite have led the country in per capita cases the states the film have also takes posted place after some the of twenty the country's two year highest old the heavyweight positivity champion rates Sonny Liston for covert it's a nineteen fictional tests account of a conversation nearly twenty between two the percent boxer in who North later Dakota became Mohammed in seventeen Ali percent and Malcolm in South X. Jim Dakota Brown and Sam that's an Cooke indication who there discussed are more inequality infections look than tests at racism are catching against them the and infections how to use have been their spurred celebrity by schools is changing and universities Regina re king opening says it as also well as mass speaks gatherings to what's happening like the today Sturgis with the motorcycle police killings rally of black which drew people hundreds we of thousands have this opportunity of people from across or the country health officials in twelve states chit have to reported over use three hundred our art cases and among people in in who a attended powerful the way event the film none stars the less out the as governors hostile of as north the autumn and junior South Dakota Kingsley both Ben of Adir whom are Republican and he like all right have resisted as Cassius mask clay requirements I'm Julie Walker I'm Ben Thomas
Regina King introduces 'One Night in Miami' to Oscars race
"Actor Regina king puts on her director's hat and introduces her film one night in Miami about a young Muhammad Ali to the Oscar race it was quite the film takes place after the twenty two year old the heavyweight champion Sonny Liston it's a fictional account of a conversation between the boxer who later became Mohammed Ali and Malcolm X. Jim Brown and Sam Cooke who discussed inequality look at racism against them and how to use their celebrity is changing Regina king says it also speaks to what's happening today with the police killings of black people we have this opportunity or chit to use our art and in in a powerful way the film stars out as hostile as the autumn junior Kingsley Ben Adir and he like all right as Cassius clay I'm Julie Walker
Washington, DC firefighter charged with firing a handgun and assaulting police
"The VC firefighter Mohammed Goodwin, Was charged with firing a handgun and assaulting police so we could go today. Last Friday, according to court documents in this case could been fired a gun multiple times in the Southeast D. C neighborhood, punching one officer in the face while he was being handcuffed. And later while being transported headbutted another officer. Two unregistered handguns were found on Goodwin during the incident. Goodwin, who's been with the department since 2016 was then placed on administrative leave after the arrest. Now, officials are warning both D C fire and EMS. Take shelter and call police if they see him enter the firehouse.
Newspaper reruns Muhammad cartoons as 14 go on trial for Paris attack
"In Paris for more than a dozen people accused of helping gunmen attacked the satirical newspaper Charlie Hebdo and a Jewish supermarket more than five years ago. Lawyers say this trial is about freedom of expression. It's a fight for democracy for freedom and for the republic that is taking place in this courtroom and outside of it, says a lawyer for one Charlie Hebdo, survivor. Magazine marked the start of the trial by reprinting controversial cartoons of the Prophet Mohammed, which many believe made them a target for the attack on the CBS
Charlie Hebdo Republishes Cartoons of Prophet Muhammad That Prompted 2015 Attack
"14 people involved in the deadly attack on the newsroom of the satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo in 2015 Go on trial today. Magazine says it will publish republished that is the controversial cartoons depicting the Prophet Mohammed. Those are what triggered the attack, along with tributes to 17 people killed of the magazine and a kosher market.
Philadelphia School District begins academic year online
"Bells are ringing virtually this morning 125,000 students in the Philadelphia school district beginning in their school year online and W's Mike in order to talk to some parents preparing for day one. Natalie Edmondson's daughter, Tatiana is starting a tthe grade today, so she's been through first days of school before, but because of the pandemic, this one is different. She's kinda anxious because then she's not actually going in. Everything's gonna be at home. So she's a little anxious about it. Mom says she's been reassuring Tianna that the virtual classes are only temporary. Victoria Davis of Logan says she prefers virtual classes for her grand daughter, Sameera Mohammed, because she doesn't think it's safe. Having kids physically in school. No way in the world, you won't be able to keep Children from an acting each other. Being close to each other, Davis says. Sameera is eager to begin the year even if it is through a Chromebook seaboard. Anyway. She wants to go back to school because she likes being the school's like seeing friends. She knows, But she understands was going the one Mike DiNardo OK, whatever the news radio 7
Charlie Hebdo Republishes Cartoons That Prompted Deadly 2015 Attack
"Charlie Hebdo. Is re publishing some controversial cartoons. A trial for the January 2015 attacks in which 12 people were killed opens tomorrow in Paris and Charlie Hebdo will mark the occasion by re publishing the cartoons of the Prophet Mohammed. The first made the satirical newspaper a target. The director of the papers says they will not give in to threats that despite the fact the paper now works out of a secret location with heavy security. Elaine Cobb, CBS NEWS PARIS, a man in
NBA-led walkout over Jacob Blake's shooting marks evolution of protest in pro sports
"N B, A to MLB to MLS, Tennessee NFL and some college teams, players walked off of basketball and tennis courts and practice fields to show solidarity and support social justice in the wake of the police shooting of Jacob Blake. A black man in Kenosha, Wisconsin. We asked Richard Lap Chick, head of the Institute for Diversity and Ethics and Sport at the University of Central Florida. Whether folks should be surprised sports activism in the sixties. You know, we're talking about Tommy spoken John Carlos and Mohammed Ali. Basically. They're the central figures and already face going to prison. As a result of refusing to go to Vietnam, Carlson spent literally were unemployed for seven years. After the Iraqis were athletes who took risks of their careers, in some cases, maybe even their lives. But today we have entered a different era that impacted Decision by the end, Bekah and its players association following the lead of more inbox. To cancel games to protest. What's going on over social justice issue is really unprecedented. Having those numbers and the unison. That took place on and then spread to other leads the WN ba Major League Soccer baseball individual athletes taking stands. We're in a completely different era. Athlete activism today than we were two years ago, and somebody has tried to get out there to be active during the whole 50 years. It's incredibly hard for me to see what we're doing, because I think we had to somebody more focus on innovation situation in the United States because of the impact of the pandemic and reopening schools are focused. It shifted from the racial reckoning to the pandemic, and that's gonna help us keep focused on both. Does this matter, Maurine the current climate in the nation in a year that the future of America is is going to be decided in a couple of weeks at the polls. And everybody's sense of anticipation on Racism on white supremacy, Uh, heightened because of that Ueno, where the turning point, he says things have changed among team owners. This represented a dramatic shift. Um, the the almost I think have have seen the life and they seem what happened in Washington. With the Washington football in this year, reopening the discussion on America literally being founded by actually genocide against indigenous people. On it was because we went through that name change. We're finally after all these years with the Washington team. That we started talking about indigenous people again in ways that we haven't sometimes so once again, it's a sports story that's opening the window on putting the spotlight on and we're watching That's Richard Lap chick at the University of Central Florida.
New York Teenager Slashed in the Face at Times Square By Attacker on Bicycle
"A bizarre and terrifying attack in times Square yesterday and apparently emotionally disturbed man slashed a 15 year old boy in the head with a makeshift spear. The guy taped a pocket knife to a broom stick the boy With a group of friends on 42nd and seventh just before 7 P.m.. Police say the 50 year old suspect came up on his bike just started slashing the boy with that pocket knife taped to the broomstick. Hot dog vendor use of Mohammed spoke with NBC for about it. He says the attacker didn't even utter a word. No, I just didn't run. That's it. If you didn't say anything, man eventually was tased by NYPD Officers taken a Bellevue for a psych eval, the boy Well. He was rushed to the hospital as well. Bellevue is well. He was in stable condition. With that gash on his forehead.
American Airlines will drop flights to 15 cities in October
"Cut flights to some cities that could end up under served by the pandemic. American Airlines will help service to 15 small city airports across the country for about a month starting October 7th and there are no guarantee service will resume in November. The affected cities include places that range from about 30,000 people to half a million, like Florence, South Carolina, Kalamazoo, Michigan and New Haven, Connecticut. Major carriers that accepted federal aid through the cares act earlier this year have so far been barred from cutting off service. Entire market. But that requirement expires. Thiss fall. Layla Mohammed Ko Phi
Trump announces peace agreement between Israel and UAE
"President Trump announcing a peace agreement between Israel and the United Arab Emirates today. Saying they agreed to full normalization of relations hosted a very special call with two friends, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu of Israel and Crown Prince Mohammed. The inside of the United Arab Emirates, where they agreed to finalize a historical peace agreement. Everybody said this would be impossible. Under the agreement, Israel has agreed to suspend applying sovereignty to areas of the West Bank that it has been discussing annexing. Area's being sought by Palestinians for their future
Israel, UAE agree to normalize relations, with help from Trump
"Trump says the United Arab Emirates has agreed to recognize Israel. He calls it a historic breakthrough. To have had informal business and security ties for years, NPR's Michelle Kelemen reports in a statement. President Trump says the delegations from the two countries will meet in the coming weeks to sign a Siri's of bilateral agreements on everything from tourism to security and diplomatic relations and Moradi. Crown Prince Mohammed bin Zayed describes the agreement As a road map toward establishing bilateral relations. He also points out that the agreement would stop further Israeli annexation of Palestinian territories. Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu had promised annexation in July, but Arab countries, including the US opposed it.
Three killed in Bangalore clashes over Prophet Muhammad post
"Mohammed has sparked riots in the southern Indian city of Bangalore, killing three people and injuring 60 police officers. Tarasco shake reports The shooting came after 1000 people went on a rampage and surrounded the house off a local politician whose relative had posted the offending comments. They threw stones set vehicles alight and broke fire engines from reaching the location. They also set fire to a police building and attacked officers. Dozens of police were injured. The politician from the opposition Congress party has issued a video appeal for calm. New Zealand has
Elliot Seguin: Test Pilot
"Did you get an aviation? grew up in a flying family My Dad had assessment semi to for most of my childhood than than I guess when I was pretty young for remember you bought a swift and we had swift grown up in that timeframe when you start getting into get into cars, 'cause you WanNa get into girls He's hot rod out at swift. He put a big motor in it and set some records with and. It was the perfect sendoff to will not playing with Clark's. Their place instead. That is awesome and you've had a great career after a growing up aviation as an engineer being a part of a lot of special programs aviation. How did you progress into a professional aviation career? yes. So The big thing was me and you he he was a pilot but just for So it was a big thing in the family that for me to even think about making money with aviation I didn't really have a good model for that. So establishing that model really came down to two guys. One was my uncle Berle who was a mechanic and the other was a guy named Dave Grohl who restored A spearman's and t six is just down the road from the airport where I learned to ride my bicycle. So between those two guys, they sort of established that model for how you could. Use Airplanes to to make your money rather than just spend it, and that's that the sugar trajectory that led to the rest of it. That is awesome. So l. it you have a really cool company name was Sabi flight test was Sabi erasing how did that name come about? Yeah. So we're enough we were eating Sushi right No, but So we we did come up with the name eating Sushi. We were looking for a name for the for the race plane are we had bought our cast it project that happened to be green and I was looking for a name that would tie the the color of the airplane to the branding and would also fit well on the side of the airplane. Right there's like that aspect ratio between the. Pilot's seat back bulkhead in the front of the Horizontal Stab, you WanNa kind of that space efficiently as possible So between that and you know having a lot of. It was going to be fun for fun to say this is a really engineering response. Sorry about that. But that was where we came up with with Sabi unfortunately now, we're stuck with it so. So tell us a little bit that company. Yeah. So I think you Kinda Kinda. Talk about Michael Brawl in in Dave right back in. Michigan. Right and so you sort of like I'm GonNa make money with aviation like what does that look like you're trying to figure out like how to set those sites right sort of doing bookwork get engineering degree like how's it all add up to what end up in in Muhabi at scaled right so quickly that that Idea becoming an engineer on aviation engineer on airplanes to like like, can you fly like what it's like test like that's like a really exponential curve right? We go from like WHOA can I make money with airplane to like oh? Wow. Like Mike Millville is like a high school trained like NPR slash astronaut that is the coolest thing ever, and how do you like do that right? Well. It turns out like other people coming up with that same thing at the same time. So there was like a handful of us at scale and really at the Mojave airport that we're all sort of competing for like you know who was GonNa the the visualization was that. Somebody was going to have to sit in the right seat of those spaceship flights somewhere between like yeah. Melville was going to get the first flight you know Pete or whatever but it was gonna be some flights before customers were in the right seat in the back seat and that Steve was gonna you know some get bored and they were going to put someone there and you would have a chance to be an astronaut supersonic all reversible controls rocket engine like everything flying the world's greatest Hondo. So, creating a path to make yourself competitive for that in this environment like mojave work for spaceship one before they should wonder but voyageur Mohammed was desolate. There was nobody really after spatial won the place got like flooded with talent. So. There's all these guys that are buying for my spot. I want that spot, right so I go to work as hard as I can all day but the other day there's slow there's time left the end of the day. What am I gonNA, do with it, and that's where we saw became came down to right. So whether it was with air racing or helping a friend developed with a platform whatever I can subsidize my flight test activities with a full time job, and then ideally I don't have to. Be With the Siren headed like design the airplane builder my wife working you know basically two fulltime jobs to get things done as you move to where you're doing that more and more professionally like just not happening to build the airplane is such a huge benefit independent of whether or not I get paid or not right. So if you can use that full-time job to subsidize the back end, that's where it was Sabi allows me to build that resume that hopefully makes me competitive remember you know the the sort of the end of the the civilian test pilot dream scale was when they started bringing in More and more military trust train test pilots, right military test pilot right and it's two million bucks to make him a fighter pilot. Then you drop another million to two million to make him a test pilot that's what you're competing with as a civilian, right so high, you get that experience. So I have to like give away my time at least I didn't have to build all those airplanes to get the experience and that's what the the basis of Assab years. Right. I have to make a silly youtube video or do some engineering build an airplane whatever it is to the flight test experienced resume because that's First of all sort of unforgettable experience in second ball. That's what we're passionate about. So so that's You're
Philadelphia NAACP president facing calls for resignation after sharing anti-Semitic meme
"Of the L A. P. N double A C P R, reacting to recent backlash after their president, Rodney Mohammed. In response to an anti Semitic posts image either they posted on Facebook Now. Mohammed issued a statement Monday but not before some leaders called for his resignation. Here is Toby Community Affairs reporter Cheery Greg. I wouldn't have been the result like that. Harold James is on the executive board of the Philadelphia and Pee On Monday, His chapter president, Rodney Mohammed, issued a statement on the National Organizations website, saying his Facebook post that unknowingly featured and anti Semitic caricature was originally intended to start. Dialogue. Muhammad says he later learned it had been used by white supremacists, toe attack Jews, so he removed it, he wrote. It was not his intention to offend anyone. Do you think you should've apologized? I don't see a need for apology if he wasn't aware what it represents. Last year, he called for police officers to be fired for exactly the same thing. Senator Anthony Williams joined Philadelphia mayor and other politicians who condemned Mohammed's post Some groups like the Jewish Federation of Greater Philadelphia when as far as demanding Resignation. Williams agrees that Mohammed to step aside to avoid double standards. This is not an anti Semitic organization, Philadelphia and in the blaze. CP First v. P. J. Lewis Felton says the executive board will meet this week to discuss next steps.
Philadelphia NAACP president under fire for social media post
"In the Philadelphia Jewish community over now deleted Facebook post by the leader of a local civil rights organization and escape by W. Said dust goes and it's tells us It has to do with an image, which is being described His anti Semitic now deleted name was found on the Facebook page of Philadelphia and double a C P chapter President Rodney Mohamed just to be clear. It didn't happen with the end of the day. It happened with their president, rather Mohammed That's Jewish Federation CEO Steven Rosenberg, he explains. The post included a picture of an anti Jewish caricature known as the Happy Merchant, which is probably the most anti Semitic name out there originating from a neo Nazis. White supremacists back probably as faras the eye Early two thousand's. The Post also included photos of Ice cube, Nick Cannon and Ishaan Jackson, who have all recently made public anti Semitic comments. They mean was accompanied by a quote that reads toe learn who rules over you Simply find out who you were not allowed to criticize. We have reached out to the end of the CP and are waiting to hear back. But in a statement to NBC 10 Mohammed said, in part, quote, I was not familiar with the image in the bottom of the post. I was responding to the individuals not able to speak out. Meanwhile, Rosenberg says this was an irresponsible post coming from a local civil rights leader. The Jewish Federation of calling for his resignation had ask cousin It's W NewsRadio, and you
Trial of 20 Saudis in Jamal Khashoggi Killing Opens in Turkey
"Turkish court has opened the trial in absentia of two former aides of Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman and 18 other Saudis over the 2018 killing of Washington Post columnist Jamal Kasogi. Circus prosecutors a seeking life prison terms for the defendants, who have all left Turkey. Saudi Arabia has rejected Turkish demands for the suspects extradition and put some of them on trial in the kingdom. The proceedings have been widely criticised as a whitewash with Jamal CAS showed his family later announcing they've forgiven his killers. The trial in Turkey will be closely watched for possible new information. Including the whereabouts of the late columnists remains
"mohammed" Discussed on Homophilia
"Or on December thirtieth Oh. That's much more desirable birthday 'cause. I less desirable. See I have had this conversation with other friends who, on like the twenty fifth and the thirtieth and thirty first because to me, our collective energy is still going like this until the until. Like know it sucks to be in between Christmas and new. Year's Eve but January fourth is always like the first day back at work. Everyone is like. On a clan, guess I can see that so done with elevating. I feel like December thirtieth is bad because it's five days after Christmas and the day before new. Year's Eve so everyone is just like. Oh, I'm going to save all of my partying for new. Year's Eve I wanNA spend any money until new years eve so. NOBIS! So that's how that's how I remember my dad when I was just like. You can try to have a day. Probably nobody is going to come, because it's five days after Christmas and the day before your year and ever since then I was just like okay. That's operated. But you need to win if we can ever have parties again, just have new. Year's Eve parties and clean the for yourself. I should do that. I should do that. I don't know how that. Listen to this nice style. WHO's this dog? That's thin. Dave's sweet sweet up at. He's cute as could be for. We're in studio we felt. We can't skip over. Oh there! He is I mean. Can you believe? Areas, he's so areas. Let's get that screen shot. The door. He kind of looks like a bigger version I that he's barking. Things are Lo fi in his Co. vid universe that he needs to shut the fuck up. He's a member of the. Family He looks like the dog that you lost rebel that I love. My Dog Baba. It's fine. My boyfriend. Her name is science she's. Can I love I? She's amazing. You think that you were more like you were able to just sort of be more vulnerable and raw when. Zeke was able to serve all of mine anxiety and all of that stuff, because of what I was essentially going to cause. Remember immediately after the performance I just really. Like. The. Basan. Because I had my dog since I was thirteen and a half had been through like Google moment in my life, so then have lost him at that point was like. Crazy with. The worst. But also like the best night of my life. It's also like every performance and or sports movie of all time. Literally that is. Is that. You're emotionally tuned in. But I'm happy and proud of this album. I'm going to be the first gay black Canadian to release a comedy album, and with everything going on right now I'm gonNA donate one hundred percent of the like the first month of proceeds, which is when most the first month of sales when which is why most of my sales will occur to black lives, matters Toronto and these two other charities that are doing work for Lgbtq to s indigenous and black people in Canada. Awesome, and plus where can people find it? It's available. It's going to be available on all of the like streaming platforms like apple, spotify title all that is if you buy it directly from the website. Then we get all of the money from that, so all of that money will go to these charities. Label will also be matching all of them. All of the sales so that's good to. Excellent. For International Hamad. Thank you so much for being.
"mohammed" Discussed on Homophilia
"So what is happening in your dating life during the pandemic? Okay, so I'm I'm in a relationship, but and I was staying with him for a while while this of this was happening, but he lives in a studio apartment, and it was it got became too much, so I was just like. Oh, I'M GONNA go back to I'M GONNA. Go with my grandmother, so I've just been stayed with my grandmother at right now and yeah, so my dating life is I see. I talked to my boyfriend on the phone every now and then I mostly call him to speak to the dog to be honest. I mostly. Please put the dog on the phone and occasionally going over to see him when I can, but try not to travel because of everything. That's aspect. What are the regulations in Toronto? So. What is it? It's like I guess we ought to be six feet of hearts. Social, distancing rules were allowed to go. Do stuff to opens up a vase or golf courses in unique to our math whenever you travel on the bus or yeah, they're. They're trying to get everyone tested right now. But nobody's doing it I. Don't know what is happening here to be honest. and. What's happening protest? Wise out into the streets in Toronto, so they were protesting. People have been protesting and there was like all this this belief that the police. I, don't know exactly what the story was, but it was believed that the police were essentially incite riots in Toronto. by. What happened was is they started? Preparing for like right press solicited boarding up all of downtown, and like you're ready where good we're going to get all. We're going to take all the rocks from the streets and put, but the dump I'll know and that's what happened in all. The protests in Toronto have been very very peaceful, but yeah, that's really all that's been happening. Nothing crazy has been happening yet, but things are starting to happen within our entertainment industry. Like, what? So! You know what happened with second city recently. Kind of, but but yeah if you could summarize. Essentially, this comedian dwayne Perkins posted a response to a black lives. Matter closed second city posted. And, just basically calling up second city on its historic anti-black behavior, a bunch of people went forward, and as a result, the head, a second city step down yeah, and then in our media. There's on if you guys know who they'll. Mel Rooney's are like a high just learned this yesterday. 'cause we're boyfriend is Canadian, but please tell us okay, so let us her name. I can't remember her name, but she's so there was. She's married to this guiding Brian Rooney. He's a very famous like entertainment for reporter here and he's also the son of a former prime minister I think it is. And his wife essentially got. His wife is best friends with Meghan Markle. And essentially she holds out this she. She started threatening this black woman on social media after she was posting. Things of like what's happening in how people need to speak up. And she took it as it was directed to her, and she started threatening her that she was gonna like essentially ruined her career. And woman like posted the receipts with posted the receipts in like a video about it, and as a result be one of the big media companies. Here is a bell media school bell media. They have like pulls all of her. Work from there. What is it their APPs there whatever it is whatever it's called, and yet they're trying to implement new strategies to combat this type of behavior words in their companies. Let's see. And, have you have you done time at second city, or did you have is as I did do second city and I. Dealt with a lot of crazy shit I, was I taken classes at second city? Throughout from like since two thousand eleven, and I was in this program called. Is hold the fog curry fellowship, and essentially what it is is, it's essentially it's like there was the holiday conservatory program, but they do it with like marginalized peoples. How people with disabilities? LGBT people visible minorities like me. And going into this program. I heard a story about the previous year where a student they found that a student was a trump supporter of the students was a trump supporter was like this white Gaijin and he started posting all of this racist Shit at his students has essentially force the four second city to remove from the program, but they didn't want to remove him from. From the Conservatory and when I went into second city, I knew this. A bunch of like weird shit started happening to me. I was in the program I got moved from that program to study on second city, main stage and I did a run of it went pretty well. I don't really know. It was my first time doing that thing and after words I was. Is Prices I was kind of made to feel the entire time I was so grateful to be in second city and do all this stuff, but going into second city I was already established median in the in the community, but they were still trying to like play this weird gate, mind game with me and a lot of people that I met there they had like. This weird. Thing with me. Because I was an outsider of his city community, I was a stand up comedian, and also maybe I let weird progressive that I faint happened because I'm black and. And and it was at the end of my run, Sensiti main stage I got a phone call from this director, the director of something and they told me that there were reports from the Bard waitstaff that I was extremely rude to everybody They would ask me not to do things. I can do whatever I want. They asked me not to go places I wouldn't listen and I was just like very rude in its eva everyone and none of that ever happened, but then after that like I never really worked with them again, so I don't know what the fuck. What the fuck sand city yeah. Area they're. They're having a great year, yeah! No they're not. So. Let's go back to your boyfriend. How long were you together before? It and you're kind of live together. We have been dating since two thousand and seventeen, we became official lake in two thousand and eighteen in Lake July or August so. had been living together or like high deluding together at that point I would say like maybe like a year alone. I would almost always be there. So yeah, click a while a little while. And how'd you meet? I met him well. This is the sorry I was working I was working security at this at these buildings downtown I was working at this building that they were planning on demolishing so I, was the only person in that building, and what happened was I had grandeur, and I would just go grinder and I and I would like be like Oh. Who's WHO's here? WHO's here and I invite? That's the building to hook up with and then The financial district, the Toronto's very horny I would like to ask. A lot of I got a lot of a lot of the working at that building, but I met him through that APP..
"mohammed" Discussed on Homophilia
"Miley coming back or is Hanukkah Hannah Montana is not coming back with Miley Cyrus. They're going to recast it or something and I was just like. How can you do that at the beginning? When you were talking about so we WANNA win. It occurred to meet Jamie Jamie Lynn. Spears kid has got to be in college. Yeah, she's like she's probably almost like getting high school now because that was like two thousand and with. Those like two thousand naira. She doesn't eight from the. Great Great. Terrifying! I don't like this passage of time. Since. The perfect murder of. No. No, no go ahead. Exact I just remember when that when that will happen. That was when Juno came out. And like it just seemed like perfect timing for that. That environment for me as a child T, teen mom craze was yeah. So, what is a day in the life in quarantine for right now? Can you walk us through a typical day? Okay, so I wake up, go to sleep at like five. A maybe wake up at like Alec. Five am I'll wake up at maybe like eleven or one depending on how fields pencil, wake up and eleven, and then go back to sleep and wake up one then I'll just do random things i. look are used to watch bone apetite a lot, but I'm not watching on Apetit, because on bone appetite. I'm okay with nasty burning down yeah. And obviously go for. Like a two or three hour walk and listen to like an audio book. And then I will go to the grocery or buy something, and then I'll come come home. And what's keeping you up until five am? Just the Internet I just meet searching for things on the Internet getting into like Weird Youtube. Holes me like Oh, whatever happened to like this member of on Vogue? Doubt. You can do that now. You can absolutely do that. I've lost entire days to that and have been for decades. But it's good that you're Sarah keeping. Stand up our so that. When we return to normal life, you're still on the normal schedule and still gonNA be on. The, yeah. What's what's your prediction for the return of stand up? When do you think my biggest computer search? For? I don't think it's going to happen for a while and I think this is a time where we. As. Comedians are really going to have to learn how to adapt. And try to use other forms of social media to still be. Comedians I guess really type of like. You got to look sink or swim and adapt survival of the fittest kind of thing. But I don't know I feel like it's not going to happen for another year so. Don't. Have audiences for a minute. When you were coming up, who were the obviously bad chapelle? who were the Comedians that you know you looked up to? lameness Sarah Silverman. Wanda Sykes Kathy Griffin Alimony. Who Else Rosie O'Donnell? I love like the Queens of comedy like some more of those people zero underwood. Did Love Bernie Mac. I Love Bernie back. Fair though. You had the same sort of. My sensibility was always like I. I'm hearing this thing that people think women are funny and I always thought men were funny. I have been saying my entire career wherever there's like not understand what is. How am I lost in? Translation People talk about you know Errand of the the Greek women. Have always been the funniest part is always the best part to begin. Even like me as a black person, I remember, my brothers would be listening to like Jay, Z EMINEM and low Wayne. I'll be like ooh. Look Him MC light like I just hadn't always had more interest in the. I guess the female voice because I feel like it related to me more and I felt like there was more to overcome their. They had more to overcome, and that was like me then the Smith. And it'd be more expressive, yeah. Weird like top three all time, favorite musical artists, musical artists Oh my gosh. Oh my Gosh! She put me on the spot Madonna was like my first love in music, a love Madonna Thinking there's so many Mariah I love Mariah and Mariah Whitney so Madonna Mariah with the Olympic Gay holy. Trinity I was yeah. Janet Reno. Oh we. And Paula Abdul Mimosa polyps, which was pregnant with me. I feel like a very. Deep Connection. He? She imprinted on your Sheeran's. It Yeah Utero. Oh, you know what I stumbled across yesterday in my youtube. Rabbit hole is a video from kids incorporated, which is near problems. I've been watching. All of the old kids incorporated videos I love you. I Love Martikan? Have you seen Jennifer Love Hewitt doing knocked out policies knock no I haven't I haven't. There's little. We all said it's it's so wild. She just it's exactly like Jennifer Love Hewitt now all of her like little facial. It's such an I. It's like a forty year old woman. In down and doing like a weird cover, I love it. Do Remember when she was supposed to have like she was going to be the next big music thing and she had that elbow near naked and. It. Was that remember that late? Meredith Brooks I think her name was I'M A. Producer in wrote all the music for it and I thought that she thought that that I guess they thought that was that was blow off. It did not. Do, you remember that. Now do yeah, but I'M GONNA. Tell you a quick general view story cleave, believe I, saw her and her boyfriend at the time at Katsuya. sushi place on Mart in the valley. And it's got a tiny little waiting room that you have to. There's always a wait for you to get a table. Anybody, tiny place and the in the waiting room. A curtain behind which are the restrooms, so her boyfriend was sitting share. She got behind the curtains. They go to the restrooms and kept going to her boyfriend..
"mohammed" Discussed on Homophilia
"We are back with Brandon Ash Mohammed Hello Brandon. Hi, how are you? I thought I said each day, okay? Good to meet you brandon. Where are we tom to you where you coming to us? We're talking to me from Toronto Ontario Canada. Glamorous glamorous. Bunker, yes in my with my little curtain. I've been doing doing zoom shows so have a yellow orange curtain. We named her Fanta. Did a show in was in San Francisco yesterday that was fun. What was your? What was it? It was four. This organization called over. And they're a law firm that specialize in the. ASYLUM-SEEKING P.. S. FOR LGBT. asylum-seekers and they win ninety nine percent of the cases, and they do it all pro bono or for free yeah. How was it for you doing? STANDUP shows with no audience reaction. Whatsoever I honestly thought I was going to hate it and I I I honestly thought it was gonNA. Hate it, but actually like it way more. Because I, have intimacy issues so whatever I would do shows at like a bar or something and I would see the audience able to see their faces our get so nervous and hustler pullback Menendez like speaking into the camera i. just remember what. With Tammy Faye said in her documentary where she was like I. Look at the camera and I see I love this millions of people there. That's but I think. that. That's a good attitude, so you've really you've found your medium. Finding my media. Not. That was not the standard. Media. It's a whole new level. what is your neighborhood in Toronto, so my neighborhood in Toronto is called Melt Dennis is west and Eglinton. It is famous for being. It's also right next to this area called forest. Hill and is famous for being One of the the I guess like birth spots are like spots where drake grew up. That's what it's it's ranked for. That's what is known for. Their. Our really. Okay because when I was a kid I went to the stake here and there. Was this kid named? Little bit older than me and I remember there was incidents where they were making peanut butter balls, and he came into the class, and then like ran out, ran vote because he lived near the daycare, and then he was like mom. They're making shit balls. They're making shit balls and that his mom came to the Dicker was what's going on here? My son told me better making Schiphol's. This is disgusting. We're making peanut butter falls but I. don't know if it was Hebburn that. How many! Yeah. Wow, to believe it was. So. We are recording this morning that the new Dave Chapelle special has dropped on Youtube. Have you watched it yet? I have not watched it. I did not watch it. I haven't watched any of his stand specials in at a long time. Yeah, are you? I'm. Not a fan of his work I don't know I just like. I don't know. Sometimes I feel like as a gay comedian. This just like a lot of comedians and I feel like idol. If you can't speak to me that I, don't really want to hear what you have to say. I don't WanNa. Constantly hear. This perspective of the slip had just like straight man. This of Shit that I don't always relate till. As as a gay black man, I'm just like. Yeah understandable. What are you? What are you consuming? Blacks pop culture wise in quarantine. What are you watching been watching a lot of Disney? Plus I've been watching all of all olive. Lindsay Lohan Old Disney movies so that is like size with tyra banks. Shining. Life I didn't know about life size. So freaky Friday certainly three Friday. Oh, my Gosh! FREAKY FRIDAY! Yes, with MS Jamie Lee. Free the freaky Friday movies have given us. Our Husky voiced soft butch. Goddesses have the I know I with watering the first one I was what? I was watching the first one with the with her name was her name watch? Thirty, five foster with Jodie Foster, and I was just like. How did we not know that she was gay? How did we not know? She was sorry. She was such a tomboy and I was just like she had we not. No, I love the I only. We knew on a cellular new because I was just like in this whole movie I've just been like. I'm just like something's going on here. Something's going on here. We just. Listened Zuma's a`Miracle Zuma's a miracle unto the Lord. However, it also gets thundery some touched. where we saying that? I don't remember because. Mike Actions Terrible. Please go. My question was is Disney. Plus worth it it is one. If you like the want to relive your child or whatever it's worth it. I like it. It's really the main APP that I've been consuming. See My childhood was blend. Disney got dark like the black hole and the watcher in the woods, and like they went into, they branched into horror briefly and that was. Bad and they would occasionally released like Snow White, and things like that every every few years. We really are fantasia or whatever but. Like the late seventies there were like let's be grownup company. That did not last that I Because I didn't know that they've ever wanted Disney's. No Nagai. Oh I didn't know that they did anything dark. Because right now. They're trying to relaunch show from my childhood like. The lead like Lizzie McGuire, and they don't want to put it on on Disney because it's too adult for Disney. Right she might swear, she makes dramatic as I heard. That's what I heard yeah yeah. Have you. Actually. Don't even know if it's out. Yet. Love Victor. Thanks. I've heard that. Are they going to whom? Right I don't know, is it out yet? It's. Out in like a week at the time record against its out next week. Okay Fair enough. What else did you grow up on? What were what were? What were the Disney your youth? there was Zoe Wanna one with jv on the Jack Jamie. Lynn Spears Spears. That's a raven is my favorite show. It's still in my favorite show. Lizzie McGuire even Stevens. What is this other nets declassified school survival guide? There's a lot of like weird shows Hannah Montana. Of course you're Hannah Montana on Hannah, Montana. We miss her. Back just thought for a moment..
"mohammed" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO
"The direct cases coming in for Mohammed could be higher and of course we haven't taken into account those indirect cases through traveling to other parts of China Russia or even now coming in from say deeply or wrong the study did find something promising the real message for everyone from this is those simple things that people are being recommended to do to that high when that feeling said to be a little obsessive about hand hygiene avoid touching the face and so on can I actually have a dramatic effect on reducing the transmission of this infection he says because many more people are probably infected the death rate from corona virus is likely much lower Annaly Valdez can extend seventy newsradio some major changes in the testing for the new coronavirus when it comes to something like a new virus that unions have no built up immunity to knowledge is power that's also happened in the last couple of days is now quest diagnostics and lab core to the biggest diagnostic testers in the country are now doing testing computer heard his is dean of the national school of tropical medicine at the Baylor college of medicine in Houston so it's going to be a lot easier to get testing done that's the good news but what we should expect but that is with that expanded testing the number of cases is going to go up when it comes to testing for the virus the US still behind some other countries South Korea in particular Charles Feldman can extend seventy newsradio quite often criminals take advantage of people at the very worst time that's the case now as they look to cash in on fears over corona virus experts warn us that since scams rely on having a convincing story public health scares are usually a very effective theme for con artists because they can take advantage of people's fear and anxiety Steve McFarland with the better business bureau says some Collins will claim the government has a secret vaccine and with your credit card they can get it for you we also received a complaint of impostors claiming that they were the CDC and the World Health Organization that were entirely just phishing emails another scam he says people should be on the lookout for involves anyone claiming to have a miracle cure for the virus or products claiming to be an effective treatment Christine's can extend seventy newsradio three fifty taking a look at your money here's Jeanne Meserve Betty looks like a better day on Wall Street following the worst market route since two thousand eight with both stocks and oil starting to turn things around investors return for the weekend of the worst day for stocks in more than a decade with the S. and P. five hundred falling almost eight percent while oil slid twenty five percent amid a price war between Saudi Arabia and Russia investors were already on edge over the spreading coronavirus in the US now president Donald Trump says he'll seek a payroll tax cut and what he says will be very substantial relief for industries hit by the virus a press conference is set for today Dow futures rose more than seven hundred points this morning the run on things like hand sanitizer and disinfecting wipes amid coronavirus concerns has prompted at least a couple of retailers to limit how many of those things you can buy in one visit targets limit is six items per person Kroger's limit is five retailers have seen a frenzy of buying in recent days it's cleaned out the aisles of some items Gina survey Bloomberg radio.
"mohammed" Discussed on KNSS
"At the same time that Mohammed bin someone was doing this he was also all offering regulations that would allow women to drive for the first time in Saudi Arabia member that and he was it was allowing women to meet in public without permission of their husbands he was allowing them to go to lunch together without their husbands or security watchdogs being around and this was all designed specifically to make the western world look or think that Saudi Arabia was modernizing westernizing so as to be more easily seen as a place to invest money well the the the plans were visionary and they were wise I mean Saudi Arabia everybody needs to diversify you never want to have all your eggs in one basket even if it is Saudi Arabia and oil because especially with the rise of the United States and fracking they are not any longer the go to place in the world if you want oil or to even accept the price or the supply Saudi Arabia used to be able to set the supply thus the demand and determine the price for oil around the world a world OPEC well look this is the cliff notes version of what's happened over the weekend and toward the end of late last week Mohammed bin Salman Khan was triggered something set the guy off and he decided they didn't there was an effort to destroy all pack a year or so ago that bombed miserably and it involved if you remember the oil market was flooded with supply and the price of crude came way down the pricing gasoline came way down you might refer people very worried about how the producers are going to stay in business it was thought that this was an attack on fracking which it was fracking still cost more to get oil out of the ground than traditional drilling of wells well now we throw into the picture Russia Mohammed bin Salman has made the decision on the strategic realization occurred to him that if he's really going to corner the oil market he's gonna really do damage he's got to do damage to Russia Russia is a massive producer of oil but Russia's royal infrastructure is old and outdated and what really is happening here the reason why the market's down thirteen hundred points today is oil Mohammed bin Salman Khan is flooding the world oil markets with cheap Saudi crude and his number one target is Russia and shale oil which to an extent is the United States I'm sure that his effort here is not intended to do grave damage doesn't I'm sure he's been telling everybody in Washington stick with me on this our common enemy Russia because Russia in the Middle East as Syria and Saudi Arabia look it's Mohammed bin Salman the start of the war in Yemen at which ended up getting one of their oil depots blown up a few months anyway this very very complicated global geopolitics I gotta take a break I just so I know I'm on Rush Limbaugh.
"mohammed" Discussed on AP News
"Minister my hot your Mohammed's resignation but reappointed him as interim leader until a new prime minister is chosen and a new cabinet formed the king also dissolved the cabinet on Mahathir's advice essentially sealing the break up of the current government the king's decision helped bring some political stability to the country the stunning turn of events come amid plans by my hot here supporters in his purse not to party to team up with opposition parties to form a new government and thwart the transition of power to his name successor a viral outbreak that began in China's infected more than seventy nine thousand people globally Amanda's AP correspondent Charles de Ledesma reports the corona viruses now taking aim at Europe and the Mideast China says that being two thousand five hundred ninety two deaths among just over seventy seven thousand cases on the mainland so far the figure beyond mainland China has hit just like the two thousand two hundred cases most of the cases of covered nineteen outside China are in South Korea Italy and Japan with Japan's cases mostly passengers and crew on a cruise ship docked near Tokyo while many in South Korea the links to a church a hospital in the southeastern region a rapid increase in cases reported in Italy and Iran have raised concerns the outbreak spreading beyond control I'm Charles de Ledesma one of the nation's top black models who went on to open a restaurant then launch a successful home products line has died as a P. correspondent Julie Walker reports Barbara B. Smith had been battling early onset Alzheimer's disease be specific family announced on social media that she died Saturday on Long Island in New York at age seventy her husband Dan gas be said on Facebook heaven is shining even brighter now that it is graced with bees dazzling an unforgettable smile she wrote three cookbooks founded three successful restaurants and launched a nationally syndicated TV show and magazine Smith was diagnosed with Alzheimer's in twenty thirteen she and gas be raised awareness of the disease and particularly its impacts on the African American community I'm Julie Walker seller's market I met Donna he within AP news minute this could be a rough day for anyone with a four oh one K. account corona virus worries are having a big negative affect on Wall Street Bankrate dot com's mark Hamrick says corona virus is not just a problem in China we see headlines that are now encompassing the Middle East Iran Europe Italy investors are concerned that this might be moving beyond a containment phase meaning the outbreaks more serious and more economies are being affected RT Weinstein was convicted at his sexual assault trial in New York found guilty of criminal sex act and third degree rape the jury found him not guilty on the most serious charge predatory sexual assault Vanessa Bryant has given mourners at a public memorial for Kobe Bryant and their daughter geon at an intimate portrait of her husband nine people including the Bryants were killed in a helicopter crash last month but as a bride is also suing the owner of the helicopter that crashed the service is going on at staples center in LA I met Donahue AP digital news back in a moment thank you for listening to the AP radio network Hey did you know.
"mohammed" Discussed on The Thinking Atheist
"That seventy regurgitate. The language is the same true with the players. You know five times a day they turn and do the prayer and they'd like there's no nuance in the prayer. It's is it just the very same thing every time it well in the in the very similar the only variation that you can have is that you can choose a different chapter from the Laurent read so but this is all everything else is very similar to give you the best serve. A physical representation of this is look at Hatch look Those aerial views of people going around the Kaaba. Everybody's all dressed in white. They literally looked like sheep. That is what is Is Everybody Look Alike Act alike you know speak alike and just follow follow. The herd. Don't think this is why I describe it as a school of fish. You don't think don't ask questions. In fact asking questions and thinking is dangerous. You'll get in trouble for it to get in line. Shut your mouth and follow along. Don't ask questions and anybody who does of course gets severely attacked by the rest of the herd because they consider any sort of descent. Like that to be just blasphemous. You were how devout were you. I don't know how to ask the question. Like how good a Muslim were you. At the time I was as devout as they come. I was as good as I could possibly be. I did everything that I was supposed to do. I took it to the limit and the reason. Why did that was because I was actually vying for my mom's love and approval and I thought that if I do everything that she wants me to do I might actually attain that and also because I was terrified of burning in hell for eternity I was terrified of all of the punishments that are described in great gory. Detail of what's going to happen to you in the grave and as you're waiting for the day of judgement even and then when the day of judgement happens then you get thrown into a pit of fire so these punishments that now when I read them are you know. Just make me roll my eyes as a child. I certainly wasn't rolling my eyes. They were incredibly terrifying. And you get that ingrained in you so that I've spoken to so many ex Muslims that even after they leave. This is true for me to even after I left the religion and I didn't believe in any of it anymore. You you're still scared. You're still irrationally. Afraid because you've just had that fear in you for so long so I was so devout south that I wore macab that means I covered my face entirely even like my whole thing link. I had a cloth that came down over and I wear gloves in the thick socks. I married a jihadi. For Goodness Sake like I was everything. Short of he was trying to get us. Get a move to Afghanistan and literally everything short of becoming an actual. You know if Isis had happened during that time than there is you know. It's quite possible that I would have been dragged to Syria or northern Iraq. And Been One of those women. I'm going to come back to the marriage with the CATO member. You mentioned in the book. Correct me if I got it wrong. Your mother made you swear that you would be prepared to kill a non believer in the name of Allah. Did I read that right? Yeah that that is true. That happened all the time that was very common occurrence and that wasn't just made. That was in the school that I was attending. That's what they teach us. And that's what they say in the Friday football in the Friday sermons So that's very common. You have to be when the caliphate rises you have to be prepared to join the Oma the community of Muslims and fight against the Non Muslims. You always know that. That's a possibility that it might happen. And you have to be ready to raise a sword when that happens. And that's why when. Isis came up so quickly you had kids from Germany and the UK in Belgium all over the Western world running to go join isis and everybody was like. Wow Isis did some recruitment online mill. They didn't fricken recruit on. How do you think that anybody could recruit a totally normal child that was like attending university and they born and raised in the West? And you know they have a you know a white or a middle class upbringing and all of a sudden you can turn that child onto somebody who's willing to join a terrorist organization within like a month. What kind of recruiting is happening online? It had nothing to do with the recruiting online. These kids already had those ideas in their heads and we can see that. Like Shimmy Mega. Who was one of the Peop- the ISIS brides trying to return back to Britain? When they went back into her life they found that her and her friends hurt their fathers had been taking them to attend rallies with engine. Chaudhry who is A well known. Uk terrorists where they're like burning the American flag burning the Israeli flag in the streets of London. Uk burning effigies of American presidents in and whatnot. These kids have been raised with all of this stuff in them since birth so when the caliphate rose they were like Oh here. It is now when we're told those things. You don't really ever think it's going to happen in your lifetime. It's Kinda like a Christian is told Size GonNa Return or whatever it's like. Yeah Sure Okay. That might happen. You made a you believe it but you don't think it's actually going to happen in your lifetime you know it's just kind of this thing that you're taught but that's what we're taught about the caliphate now. My mom started to make it personal because she would sit me down mentioned specific people in my life that I was friends with to make sure that I was to prove that I was loyal to the cause. So yeah that's a that's a common thing. Unfortunately from the book unveiled how Western Liberals Empower Radical Islam by author and guest yes-men Muhammed? You talk about the arranged marriage with your permission. I'm going to read just a couple of paragraphs It says the Islamic ceremony was strange and stupid quote wedding. All the women were upstairs. All the men were downstairs. I never even saw the creature I was marrying. I just sat in the living room. Robed in black from head to toe. The Imam asked the prescribed questions might consent was not necessary silent consent according to Islamic law and within minutes I was. His wife is property quite fittingly months later and her fake husbands bedroom where. I'd been coerced into vile situations as a child. I was coerced into a vial situation. As an adult the celebration of my marriage. I sat there. Strange women did my hair and makeup. I kept crying and ruining their work but they would just touch it up again. Not One heartless which thought it strange that this young girl kept crying. Not One of them thought to say to my mom. What are you doing probably because they would all do the same to their own. Daughters a heartbeat. There was food but no music. Because that's haram. There were no pictures being taken either because the idiot I was about to. Mary believed that photographs were Horon to anything with faces. Forbidden even dolls. Finish this section by saying holding back. The tears was proving too much I had to let go. I had to release the pressure or I would end up in another full on panic attack and I had to avoid data at all costs panic. Attacks are too painful and too terrifying. You continue and then you say many years later. When the Internet became a thing I came across countless pictures of Muslim brides crying at their weddings as alone as I felt that day. I now know that I was not alone. Yes it's very common and unfortunately a lot of people don't recognize don't realize that this kind of thing is happening in the West to they think. Oh it's just happening over there. It's not on our watch you know. There's nothing we can do about it but it is happening everywhere. I was just speaking to a woman from Australia. Who was a meet God? There's so many of them but you know they. They talk about escaping. They're arranged marriages. So you know an eye on her cell again. She talks about escaping her arranged marriage. I didn't escape mine partially because of my fear of You know not listed my mother and then having to burn in Hell because heaven is at the feet of your mother's but also because I wanted my mother's approval but this is an incredibly common thing in the Western world and there are. They've started now to have campaigns to try and support these girls. But the thing is such a such a slow insidious thing like. You're you kinda always know that it's going to happen your whole life and so you accept it when the day comes because you've been prepared for it and you don't WanNa disappoint your family in Australia. On the in the bathrooms They have these pollsters up that. Say like you know if you're being forced out of the country you're being forced into a marriage because that's That's usually what they do. They usually take them like. Hey we're going to go to Sudan for the summer and then the girl gets married there and you never hear from her again In my case it actually happened in Canada but quite often girls they just end up going for a holiday with their families in the never come back home again forced into a marriage so this advertisement in the bathroom. Had these text messages. Supposedly that are coming from family members that were saying things like. Oh just just marry him. It'll be five. You don't WanNa disappoint your family if you don't marry another text message if you don't marry him. I'll never speak to you again. All of these different like the they know the coercive things that we're being told in order to get us to to to marry whoever it. Is that our family? Wants us to marry in my case. They wanted me to marry him so badly. Because I was always a problem child. I asked too many questions. I pushed too much and so they needed to marry me off to somebody who is like quote literally strong enough to control me was what my mom was thinking so an abusive and violent man. You describe in great detail in the book and not just violent but it turns out he was so much more right member of a terrorist organization. You want to get into that just a little bit. Yeah so after our divorce is when I was able to learn more about him actually at the time I was told I was like why K so I knew he came into Canada. Okay there's a lot of things When I had taken my mom to the hospital and so it was like calling nine one. One ambulance came picked her up. She was bleeding from her nose in her mouth simultaneously and so I went to the hospital with her. That was the first time in my entire marriage. That was a way for him like that. I wasn't with him warm on that I was alone and I was approached by CICI's who are the Canadian. Cia and they told me that. The man that I married had entered Canada with a fake Saudi Arabian passport. He's Egypt shed any entered..
"mohammed" Discussed on The Thinking Atheist
"It in Islam. There's a lot of road recitation. That's like the difference between and true understanding. I hear a lot of Allah is great. All is good. Islam is is pure. Islam is truth but beyond that if you get into the nuance of their faith. They just blink catch you. What's the story there? Because we're not taught to think or to understand. We're taught to regurgitate so in a snap like Muslims when you value somebody like you say like always such a great muscles you say he's a Hoffa's and that means he has memorized. Hold on so when somebody wants to prove at a good Muslim they are tell you. I memorized half the quote on memorize the whole put on. It's all about memorization. Nobody sits down to talk about what this means. Because to do that as almost blasphemous because you have to just accept it you have to swallow this entire book whole to question. It is his out of the question. The the most tragic part of this is over. Eighty five percent listens. Don't speak Arabic. They're not Arabs. Arabs are a minority of Muslims and they are regurgitating this book. They are memorizing this book. And they have no idea what they're saying so there are imams all over Pakistan and India if Ghanistan and all these non Arab speaking countries that are just saying whatever they wanna say and people are all listening to them every Friday. Yeah sure nodding their heads. They have no clue. They somehow believe that their religion is whatever this emam happens to say and they don't ever stop to read the on in their own language and to understand it on their own because that's just not that's just not the the culture of Assam. That's not the tradition of slam. The tradition is to just memorize Emberg urge tate. And that's how that's what celebrated and you'll see videos online of kids in Pakistan that are just like swaying back and forth just repeating these words. It's like it's like it just suggest so cultish. It's it's Freaky to see that seventy regurgitate. The language is the same true with the players. You know five.
"mohammed" Discussed on The Thinking Atheist
"Seth you know some might argue that the universe is conspiring to make this interview more difficult first of all Yasmine. Muhammad Mike Guest for the broadcast is a little bit under the weather. I'm sure she sipping hot tea medications. I won't even go there like I'm sure you're medicating and also we've had a few technical glitches. But I believe I've got you here on the line. He hasn't been Muhammad. Are You with me? I am with you. Seth Best Allah tried to prevent this desecration of the great religion of Islam. He hasn't been. We've talked in the past when I do shows about my former faith. Christianity a lot of people are like well. Why aren't you talking about Islam? I feel like we address Islam quite a bit. But there's probably a need for a lot more of this especially in the West. Do you feel like there's a blind spot many. I don't know atheist activist or critics of religion when it comes to this specific religion. What's your take. I think there is definitely a blind spot but I don't know if it's necessarily from atheist activists. I think that the that the blind spot is just from the general uninformed public and the blind spot is really frustrating and quite dangerous to so when you think of somebody like Leah Remedy who left Scientology. She can talk about it. Everybody's there is support her near a she has to say she has a show where she speaks to the victims of scientology. And everybody empathizes with Same for people that have left the Westboro Baptist Church or any fundamentalist sect Christianity Mormonism Jehovah's Witness etc etc. There's a lot of support for people who leave those communities. Unfortunately people who leave the Asama community. We don't have any support at all from the people who we would expect to be supporting us. So we're left. Just floating in between. Our families have disowned us. Our communities have discarded also not being embraced by the liberal freethinking West that we expected to find some sort of refuge with so okay. Well I'M GONNA stop you right there if I can. I just finish your book unveiled. Your subtitle is how western Liberals Empower Radical Islam? I kind of wish it would have said how many Western liberal. Because I'm a Western guy. I'm and I'm a liberal right. I'm on the left but I'm a critic Islam. I know we're out there. Certainly not all you know. Tell me what informed the subtitle and we are we talking about the Ben Affleck types or what well technically the subtitle should have been how some western Liberals Unintentionally empower radical Islam. But that takes away from the whole thing of. It is not very provocative without weight but yes obviously Hashtag not all that could be said about any statement that's ever made ever. It's always yes not all. But in general western liberals are failing to support liberal Muslims and they unintentionally or not because really. The road to hell is paved with good intentions. They are supporting radical Islam. They are supporting the fundamentalist Muslims. Okay so when I mentioned the Affleck for those without context he's a guest with Sam Harrison. Bill Maher show on HBO. This was years ago. Famous conversations where Bill Marr and Sam Harris were criticizing Islam as an idea as a religion and Ben Affleck loses his mind and says that's gross. That's racist. I'm not denying that that certain people are bigoted against Muslims people. And that's a problem big of you. But the about this events gross. It's racist. It's not it's but it's not here shifty Jew. You're not laughing what we are saying you guys are saying if you WANNA be liberals believe in liberal principles writes them speech mom we're endowed by our forefathers electric on metacritic do and we have to be able to criticize bad ideas and of course we is is the mother. Lode van ideas immediately. We see the problem right. Islam being an idea and not a race but this seems to be the attitude among many progressives they are terrified of criticizing or challenging Islam. Because they don't want to be called a racist right absolutely and especially you know this was especially rich coming from Ben Affleck who did a movie dogma which was all about criticizing religion is all about criticizing Christianity specifically. And so he's obviously open to that he obviously understands the importance of criticizing these ideologies. But when it comes to criticizing some all of a sudden it's like honored Thou- one is off limits and again when I mentioned it being dangerous. The reason why this is dangerous is because there are victims under there. There are people that are being ignored so one of the statistics that came up in that conversation was So Sam Harris and Bill Maher were talking about how eighty six percent of Egyptian people believe that. If you leave a slam you should be executed. So That's a startling scary statistic and as a person who is in who left a slam and who family comes from Egypt. That's a very personally startling statistic to know that eighty six percent of your people want you dead rate and so that's a very important thing for us to be talking about. We really need to be addressing that but instead I mean I can't tell you how excited and happy I was to see Sam Harris and Maher addressing that on national television mainstream media these. I've been watching Bill Maher since I was a teenager. I just couldn't believe that. They actually cared about us that they were going to start to even address people like me. The address people being hacked to death in the streets of Bangladesh or being killed by their peers in universities in Pakistan or women being imprisoned for removing their Jabber all of the people that are suffering because of fundamentalist Islam. I thought wow. This is fantastic. And then to have the White Knight Ben Affleck Jump Up and silence them was really just the most it was it was just. It was just a dagger of betrayal. It really was it was it was so hurtful to see that happen. I know that he thinks that he's helping. But this is why the ignorance is so dangerous because if he understood the entire you know what these men were actually talking about. Then he would understand that he's the one who's not helping that he's the one he's doing the opposite of what he wants to do. He stopping the victims from being heard. I want to come back to some of this but I after reading your story. Let's get into a little bit of your story for the podcast and live stream audience. You were the victim of abuse. I mean I hate to start there but I want to. I feel it's the part of the first third of the book. And then you sort of echo that as you move forward you were the victim of physical violence in the name of Allah in the name of his with it religiously excused or was this something else. No it's absolutely religiously excused. And that's why my story is echoed over and over and over again throughout the Muslim majority world. There is a headache that says to hit your child if they do not pray or if they do not memorize put on. So that's what's happening and hit is very subjective word. Same thing like when a law instructs men to beat their wives that are that they fear might be arrogant or disobedient. Very subjective so the way that people beat their children or beat their wives is varied. Some people don't beat their children their wives at all and some people brutally beat their children and their wives. So when you have that sanctioned in the religion you can't cry for help because a law has decreed this so. Who are you as a mere human to complain about something that a law has specifically sanctioned in the religion? It's interesting you give an anecdote about how that you were supposed to be quoting from the Koran correctly and when you get it wrong you are beaten. I mean the word of God literally beaten into children. Yep Yep and that's the thing is like you know you kind of have that a little bit of Christianity to which is like you know you have to you have to love God he's GonNa Bring you in hell for eternity so you know you. Kinda have that same concept but on semi just on Steroids. And that's the thing like when you online people are always sharing these youtube videos of kids being beaten by their on teachers. I mean I on her. Cla talks about it in her book to or heard on teacher smashed her head into the wall. He actually cracked her skull. The stories are endless of you knows of madrasahs that beats the kids. Beats The word of all loving merciful compassionate God into these kids and then we're surprised that they grow up to become ex Muslims as a segue than we have to talk about the sexual abuse that is covered up and even excused rationalized right. It was the prophet. Muhammed married a six year old and raped at nine years old and this is embraced by fundamentalist Islam. Is that used as an excuse for child marriage and child rape and fundamentalist cultures in fundamentalist Islam. I mean absolutely not only is it uses an excuse. It's actually encouraged has as a Muslim. You should try to live your life. As closely to the way the Prophet Mohammed lived his and so when there are Muslim majority countries that try to change the laws and try to increase the age of marriage. They got fought down by fundamentalists. That say who are you as a human being to change you know what the Prophet Mohammad has done so if the Prophet has already decreed not just decreed by that says example right he's the best example for all humanity for all time and if he married a six year old that nobody is going to be able to step forward and say that nobody under the age of sixteen or whatever age they were trying to to increase it to. That's never gonNA happen. It's GonNa Happen. The fundamentalists won't let it happen. Because it's already cofide in the religion and that's why it's a problem because it prevents progress from happening. A lot of people in these cultures want progress. They obviously if you're gay or if you're a woman her if you're a minority you don't want to be held down by. Sharia you want to push forward and you know get into this century but as long as that religion is intertwined in the laws you know. It's it's almost impossible for that to happen when you talk about reciting the Scriptures. I've noticed this in my own conversations. I mean I encountered Islamists or devout Muslims. Who are promoting their religion. It's a little different than seeing the apologised in Christianity. They seem like when they pray You know there's a uniqueness to I mean you can see similarities but they add their own panache to it in Islam. There's a lot of road recitation. That's like the difference between and true understanding. I hear a lot of Allah is great. All is good. Islam is is pure. Islam is truth but beyond that if you get into the nuance of their faith. They just blink catch you. What's the story there? Because.
"mohammed" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
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"mohammed" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Then at this point Mohammed do was still optimistic about his situation he understood that his life had involved a series of coincidences that looked really bad but he thought that he'd be exonerated by the American justice system I said you know I've been just to the west and I know that it doesn't matter if you see T. Rowe nicer to still be there is within the law and but he didn't get access to the American justice system by this point Mike Fallon and his team of highly trained and experienced investigators they had determined that most of the Guantanamo detainees were basically innocent or had been sent there by mistake but this didn't fit the official narrative the bush administration and the military leadership we're telling everyone the Guantanamo was filled with men who would stop at nothing to destroy the United States so Fallon and his team of al Qaeda experts were essentially sidelined and the guys who took over interrogations were mostly army reservists and conscripts shows some many of them had no experience and I would talk to them and I asked have you ever done interrogation before and many of them would point to the person sitting across the room and say oh yeah I role play with this other soldier before the so the first time they were ever in a room in an actual I have a surreal interview was with a potential all kind of suspect at Guantanamo bay and so it was just these guys weren't getting any results system but they were impervious to the possibility that the man before them might be innocent in fact each failed interrogation was taken as proof that these detainees were al Qaeda and have been trained to resist interrogation when the CIA wanted to torture what they said was that there was a sophisticated training program that made these people almost superhuman and they could resist you know even our best interrogators so we need to utilize these techniques and these torture techniques in able to break that so they adopted a new set of math it was meant to is it they they call that the the the triple DES debility dependency and read and so the goal was to make that person's existence so dreadful to dehumanize and so much to treat them like dogs that they're only so source of refuge would be their interrogator these techniques didn't come about by accident they were part of a plan drafted and approved by government lawyers and psychologists but the tactics went conceived by the Americans they originated during the Korean War they was basically the same techniques that the north Koreans utilized against our service members and the north Koreans weren't using them to gather intelligence they just wanted to elicit false confessions for propaganda purposes so what the CIA was doing was actually engaging in a process that we knew produce false information and so how anyone logically can conclude that that would be an effective method to obtain information is just absolutely ludicrous.
"mohammed" Discussed on WINT 1330 AM
"On Twitter official Dana lash on Facebook. So the this was I don't know where the story went this. You would think that this would be a bigger story. I don't know a guy named Mohammed Mohammed Ali tried to run down people run Jewish people leaving a Los Angeles synagogue, and there has been no coverage of this. I mean, Washington Post has not a stitch of it anywhere. There's been hardly any coverage of this anywhere. There was a some local media reports in Los Angeles Newark post to its credit reported at the authorities arrested the sky Mohammed Mohammed after he tried to run down to Jewish men leaving a synagogue it's being investigated as a hate crime. He according to witnesses yelled antisemitic remarks at the men made a u-turn and drove with them. He passed them saw them, leaving the synagogue were screaming antisemitic stuff made a u-turn and and drove right at them. They took cover behind a karnal and an electrical box of. According to deputy chief Horace Frank he then made another U turn and targeted them again, and he tried to speed away. But then he hit another car in the neighborhood, which is a predominantly Jewish. He was born in Somalia. He's now US citizen is thirty two years old this guy Mohammed Mohammed Ali ufki. He was arrested for investigation of assault with a deadly weapon. He's in jail. When the FBI is investigating. They believed that he was alone individual. But they're continuing an investigation into his background in association. So where does the story go? I mean. Where you would think that oh and finally Walpole wrote about it after they were made fun of for not writing about it. Almost a twenty four hours after the there's just there's no nothing on this story. Go was almost as if it was nobody's, you know. I think that that's important because there has been a number of instances wherein, you have people who are anti semitic bigots, or you have Muslims who are anti semitic bigots, like the Muslim man who murdered two gay men coming out of a club in Seattle, and he also murdered a teenager too. And he said it was literally he told investigators that it was it was because he believes he's an jihad against the United States Orlando the pulse nightclub shooting was a bigot as well a Muslim bigot. And this guy he appears to be a raging anti Semite. And of course, maybe it's because his his he believes that his faith in forms of that. I don't know there are still investigating but. There's a problem of this in the United States, and there are more and more reports of it. But it's just amazing that it is now no one's really talking about it. You would think that this would be a bigger story. Everyone talked. I mean, you would it. I don't know why it's why it's not a bigger story. But it seems kind of important particularly because this is like a trend that we see happening. I don't like it any more than the next person. But but still. It's it's yeah. So I just wish that I don't know. Maybe we'll maybe. I don't know. But it's this guy his attempt to run this down not getting enough in the video. I mean, I was watching the video of a to this guy's crazy. He drives down the street and sees them and turns right around right? The heck in the middle of the street. I mean, it's amazing that he didn't actually kill somebody. It's I mean, it is amazing that he didn't do it. But this is a there's not anybody who always talks about it a rooms like, oh, they're just now these people are just anti Muslim bigots etcetera etcetera. Now, people are asking questions because there there has been an uptick in stories like this. That's why it's you know. And everyone says motive unknown really you think the motives unknown.
"mohammed" Discussed on The Daily
"I wonder Mark, if given the history that you outlined earlier of the role that the US and President Trump the particular played in recruiting Mohammed bin Salman to lead Saudi Arabia and finding ways to condone or ignore his behavior in places like Yemen and Lebanon, are we complicit in the death of Jamal kashogi? Well, that's a question that's been asked of the administration in recent days. And typically the answer officials give is react with incredulously. How could you possibly suggest it? And yet, I think if we're going to be honest, you'd have to say that if you look at the pattern of behavior over the past year, every single step of the way that Mohammed bin Salman has done something President Trump has not stopped. Him has not stood up to say enough. There has never been a moment where President Trump has stepped up to curb MB SS behavior. So. So in the case of eliminating a pesky journalist, it's plausible to ask if you're MB s why would you think that was going to be a problem either? Nothing else has proven to be a problem. Right? Why would that be the trip water? Indeed. Mark, does it feel like Mohammad bin Salman and those around him have finally done something so agreed use that the United States and President Trump cannot back him any longer. I think that will partly depend on whether further evidence comes out, particularly if audio or video evidence of the crime itself is released by Turkey that could make the situation untenable for Mohammed bin Salman. But I think it's important to note that there really isn't another good alternative right now in Saudi Arabia NBS has simply amassed so much power. It's not as though there's an obvious rival standing in the wings. There's not an easy substitution they could make at this point. NBS to some extent is someone they've gone all in on in Saudi Arabia just as the United States has gone all in on m. b. s. and so to some extent. The lack of alternatives is a product of our own aggressive cultivation of MB s. So just one clear, the United States has helped create the situation in which by hoping to choose Mohammed bin Salman a year or so ago, we've left new real possibility for any rival power to emerge, and we now fear what would happen in a world in which NBS doesn't lead Saudi Arabia. So in a very real way, we've created this entire situation from start to finish. And now we're stuck with the man who may be behind this absolutely horrible assassination of Jamal Shoji and not just stuck with him for some period of time stuck with him for decades. This is a young man who could be the king of Saudi Arabia for forty years. So we have really locked in a very, very difficult situation. Thank you very much. Thank you, Michael. We have to be able to work with our allies and Saudi Arabia's been. I think, very strong ally in terms of pushing back against Ron's aggression, which is funding terror in the region, whether it's who these Yemen or it's it's has below are moss. We Monday during a rare televised interview with CNN, Jared Kushner defended the Trump administration's alliance with Muhammad bin psalm, the region, the Middle East is a rough place. It's been a rough place for very long time, and we have to be able to pursue our strategic objectives, but we also have to deal with obviously, what what seems to be terrible situation if been some government has tried to deceive the US about its role in the murder of Jamaica? Shoji Kushner declined to directly answer. I see things that are deceptive every day in the Middle East. I see them in Washington, and I think that we have our eyes wide open. I think that the president is focused on what's good for America. What our strategic. Interest, where do we share interests with other countries? Let's work towards those. Will. you're
"mohammed" Discussed on VIBES-LIVE
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