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Ex-Cop's Murder Verdict Reversed in Australian Woman's Death
"Hi Mike Rossi a reporting a former Minneapolis police officer's murder verdict has been reversed in an Australian woman's death the Minnesota Supreme Court reversed the third degree murder conviction Wednesday of a former Minneapolis police officer who fatally shot an Australian woman in twenty seventeen while responding to her nine one one call the Supreme Court said the charge of third degree murder or depraved murder against Mohammed nor did not fit the circumstances of the case nor was convicted of third degree murder and the second degree manslaughter in the death of Justine Ruszczyk Damond the ruling means the murder conviction will be overturned and nor will be sentenced on the manslaughter count with more than twenty eight months served if the manslaughter sentences the presumptive for years he could be eligible for supervised release around the end of this year hi Mike Rossio
Private Security Firm Exploited Afghan Crisis, Charging Thousands for Flight Tickets
"Mean, it's one thing If you're Joe Biden and you have no morals, you have no conscious Six stupid, nasty old man. But then then dragged the whole country into his world with the thanks of the Democrat Party in the media is really unbelievable. Unbelievable. Private security team with the former firm Blackwater and U. S. Army soldiers stood watch for Taliban fighters. As the crew called the Bagram Air Force. Oh, The air base. I should say for help. Oh, that's not our base anymore. Mohammed jumped in a Humvee along with a force from the 82nd airport division and drove hours into the mountains to rescue them. The three senators were driven back to the base with the convoy. Imagine if the Taliban have gotten those three. Hello, Mr President. Save me and my family, Mohammed said, according to the Wall Street Journal, Don't forget me here. I can't leave my house, he said on Tuesday. I'm very scared. Mohammed's visa application reportedly stalled when the defense contractor he worked for lost records needed for his visa application. As the Taliban seize control. On August, 15 Mohammed tried his luck at the Kabul airport Gates but was turned away by U. S forces. He told him he could go, but he'd have to leave his wife and Children behind. I guess that's what Biden means when he says. Some people just want to stay there. Ladies and Gen. They just want to stay there. Your blood should be boiling. Beyond belief right
Pakistan State Carrier Resumes Flights to Kabul
"Evacuation flights out of Afghanistan continue but so does the struggle to get out the thousands seeking to leave before the August thirty first deadline for US forces to be gone cars are lined up and people camped out along the blast walls of Kabul International Airport waiting and hoping to get in gunfire could be heard but at least for those not in the immediate vicinity of the shops have become background noise Mohammed Naim had served as an interpreter for U. S. forces so I'm telling today people stay in their house houses come to this area it's a very very busy situation right now Taliban fighters are checkpoints ringing the airport those who make it there are not leaving hundreds lacks the first appearance for evacuation maps adding to the chaos that's prevented some Afghans do have papers and promises of flights from getting through I'm Ben Thomas
The Daily Mail Reports AMEX Staff Forced to Undergo CRT Training
"Also show MX created an anti racism initiative and so forth, and so on. The event with Mohammad called Conversation about race in America reflecting on our history and the American dream took place in September. The A Web stream. Mohammed described capitalism is racial capitalism and said a max, and it's definitely complicit in giving privilege to some races over others. He said. American Express has to do its own digging about how it sits in relationship to this history of racial capitalism. Anybody have an American express card? Anybody have a 41 K or an IRA or Invested in a series or collection of mutual funds and That would include American Express. Why don't hundreds of you if not thousands of you shop at their next public shareholder meeting? Why don't you show up with the next shareholder meeting? Or if you wish. Cut up your American Express card if that's what you would like to do.
Saudi Oil Giant Aramco Sees Half-Year Earnings Climb to $47B
"Saudi Arabia's oil producing company Aramco has announced an income of forty seven billion dollars for the first half of the year the ending is double what the company took over the same period last year when the coronavirus ground to travel and pummeled global demand for oil Aramco's CEO Amin Nasser said the company's second quarter results reflects a strong rebound in worldwide energy demands around his financial health is crucial to Saudi Arabia stability despite massive efforts by Saudi crown prince Mohammed bin Salman to divest by the economy the kingdom still depends heavily on oil exports to fuel government spending I'm Karen Thomas
Attack Targeting Acting Afghan Defense Minister Left 8 Dead
"An attack in an upscale neighborhood of Afghanistan's capital has targeted the country's acting defense minister and his left at least eight people dead and twenty wounded an Interior Ministry spokesman says a gun battle between Afghan security forces and insurgents followed a powerful explosion the attack targeting the guest house of acting defense minister which Melancon Mohammed T. who was not hurt Mohammed is political party says the minister was not in the guest house at the time and his family had been safely evacuated all full of tacos was shot and killed up to five hours of fighting No one has immediately taken responsibility for the assault but it comes as Taliban insurgents have been pressing ahead with an offensive I'm Charles so that's my
USA's Sydney McLaughlin Sets World Record; Dalilah Muhammad Wins Silver in 400 Hurdles
"Twenty one year old Sydney McLaughlin goes one two with teammate ally Muhammad to deliver the United States gold and silver in the women's four hundred meter hurdles McLaughlin ran the four hundred meter hurdles in a world record fifty one point four six seconds it's not one of the hot events that people usually want to watch you know a whole lot but I would definitely made it something very interesting you know every time you step on the track there's seems to be some sort of record broken Mohammed who led for much of the race before McLaughlin pastor late finish just one one hundredth of a second behind the New Jersey native and university of Kentucky Wildcats thank a bowl of the Netherlands earned the bronze running it in a European best fifty two point oh three seconds I'm Danny cap
"mohammed" Discussed on Harvard Classics
"Introductory note the ancient religion of the arabs was the worship of the stars but long before the birth of muhammad it had become greatly corrupted and multifarious idolatry had come to prevail by the sixth century. Even this had become perfunctory and most of the population had ceased to believe in anything though pilgrimages and sacrifices were to some extent kept up. The chief seat of this degraded worship was the city of mecca. Where was situated the kaaba the most ancient shrine of the country and it was from the family of the princes of mecca and guardians of the cobb at the prophet was descended. Mahamat was born in five seventy one. Ad his father died before he was born and his mother when he was only six in his youth he tended sheep and goats and at twenty four. He was employed to drive caravans of camels by rich widow diga whom he married when he was forty while wandering alone on a desolate mountain near mecca. He had a vision. An angel appeared to him and told him to read and recited certain verses from youth he had suffered from a kind of hysteria and this vision seems to have increased his tendency to hallucinations and ecstasy. There was an intermission of two or three years before the vision reappeared after which revelations came rapidly. He became convinced of his prophetic mission and began to make converts the first being the women of his own family for years. However the new religion made little progress and the prophet underwent great hardships finally having to flee from mecca to medina from this flight which took place in six twenty two a d the mahamat an era dates two years later began the holy war and from this time on mohammed anisim was extended largely by the sword when its founder died in six thirty two ad. It was firmly established as a great political power as well as a religion and it is now said to be the belief of about one hundred and seventy millions of people from the koran in which are collected muhammed's revelations the following chapters are selected to give a view of all the more important elements of the faith he taught..
Warren Buffett & Charlie Munger: Taking the High Road
"Warren buffett. And charlie munger have been business partners more than five decades. We were sort of made for each other. We've never had an argument in this whole time. We are strong minded in that time. The pair have built berkshires. Unique portfolio companies brands like the nsf. Railway geico duracell see's candies and basically left them alone. The way to get a good partner was to be a good partner and these are very effective ideas and they just work so fabulously well and they worked so well at berkshire. I caught up with squawk box. Anchor becky quick. Hi how are you. I'm good how are you over. Zoom about the buffett. Munger magic neither one of them ever really wanted to work for bosses or have a boss or work in corporate culture. They both said that they wouldn't survive it. They'd get fired. And i think that's why berkshire is the way that it is. They like to let people have their autonomy. They like to let the. They've got more than sixty businesses that they own outright and they let the managers run those businesses for a company that is now one of the ten biggest companies in the world by market capitalization. It's an incredibly decentralized organization. I mean there's twenty five people at the headquarters in omaha which by the way they don't even have a building that they run their corporate headquarters out of they. They lease a couple of floors from somebody else. And that's where the whole thing's run run from. If i were to tell you the details of this you'd think it was a scam. You know that. I'm going to tell you about one of the ten largest companies in the world. That's run out of these. Two floors in our mohammed. Twenty five people Okay yeah where. Where's the bridge that you want to sell me on top of that right.
"mohammed" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Mohammed has an update. Some entertainers in LA have played their role in trying to push through a bill to save small theaters. The need for saving comes in part because of another law that went into effect at the beginning of last year. It reclassified independent contractors as employees and made it hard for small theaters to cover payroll. Josefina Lopez wrote. Real women have curves and operates a theater. East L A. That's under threat because what we're doing here is not about Oh, let's go dance and do a little silly musical. This is about us fighting her humanity. The bill would provide some financial relief to help these theaters. Get by and keep a pipeline of talent open without the art. What's life about it? Is it just about paying bills and losing weight and looking good? No. In L. A Christian Karl. Okay to find news is brought to you by Pacific Coast. Termite. An NFL player has been arrested during a traffic stop in south L. A for allegedly possessing a concealed weapon. The LAPD says officers pulled over Kansas. City Chiefs defensive end Frank Clark for an unspecified violation. On Sunday night. The cops say they arrested Clark in three other people in the car when they saw a submachine gun sticking out of a bag. Clark was released on bond yesterday. A 19 year old who lost part of his leg in a motorcycle crash in Simi Valley has met someone who has gone through the same experience. Hooper Mulholland, who has dreams of becoming a firefighter, met L. A county sheriff's deputy, Garrett Rifkin, while in the hospital at Cedar Sinai. Rifkin also lost a leg in a motorcycle accident. Mulholland says meeting Rifkin was really helpful. Give me a lot of information about it and how he recovered from it and how you was doing and everything and you just said, it's like normal. The meeting was set up by a nurse at Cedars who had both men as patients. 21 State attorneys general have criticized a proposal by the postmaster general to delay first class mail delivery to deal with a revenue shortfall. The eggs all Democrats shared their concerns in a letter sent yesterday to the Postal Regulatory Commission, an independent agency responsible for ensuring the U. S. Postal Service follows laws. Attorney general. The attorneys generals say slowing mail service would hurt rural communities and complicate voting by mail. Defensive lineman for the Las Vegas Raiders has come out as the first active openly gay player in the NFL. Carl Nassib says he's a private person, but he wants to help provide more representation for members of the LGBTQ plus community. I actually hope that one day Videos.
Biden Tax Proposal Means Your Beneficiaries Will Have to Pay Taxes, Too
"And maybe you've drawn up a will. And you say, you know what? I'm going to leave my home. My kids. When I die, That's what most people do, don't they? Leave it to Freddie. Mohammed Sally, Whatever. And so in the federal tax code, they have a way of Evaluating these things. Take a look at this. So how do they tax this? How do they taxing? Well, if you don't meet a certain threshold, they don't tax it at all. But Joe Biden wants to hugely reduce that threshold. And Joe Biden wants As a as an example a real property that's valued at over a million dollars at the time of your death. To use the value at the time of your death as the basis for the property. For which a capital gains would be paid, But he wants the capital gains to be the same as the regular income tax. So what is he doing here? He's massively increasing the tax rate. So there is no distinction between capital games and personal income tax. He's massively increasing. The value of the property. So you'll be taxed on the higher value of the basis of the property. What does all this mean? Oh, So convoluted. Means that most of you who are in the middle class who are not millionaires when you pass away And your property is passed on to your kids or whomever. They're going to have a massive tax bill.
"mohammed" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM
"Difference? Mohammed thinks something beyond the clear cut data was guiding the doctors how the doctors felt about the patient's factored into their decision making in a way the machines couldn't replicate with just the raw clinical data. Team figured out how doctors felt about patients by looking at their notes the little bits of subjective impression they get when dealing with patients if a physician says the patient's heart rate was X y Z That's kind of redundant right because you already have that in a database somewhere, so it's irrelevant if the physician says that in his notes If they said the patient's heart rate was X Y Z, you know that's not good. That's not good part is actually what's relevant there. That's not good is a negative sentiment, something like he's got a lot of spirit. That's a good sentiment. Mohammed's team figured out the sentiment doctors had about patients related directly to how many tests they ordered. Actually, it's sort of like an upside down u in its shape if the physician is Very, very positive. About the patient. They tended to order less exams asked for less treatments so on similarly, if the positions were very, very negative, they also ordered less exams. Was when they were in that middle place. Let me sit on the fence that you saw much more exams being ordered when they had the least amount of data available to them like a veer in the ER with a patient he's never seen before. Doctors Mohammed studied relied the most on a kind of gut feeling. Scientists have studied this feeling quantified it even another word for it is intuition, and it's not magic. Asbestos science understands it. Now It's the brain using information and logic that it's learned over time and data it's acquired unconsciously to make decisions. Automatically. But isn't this exactly what intelligent machines are supposed to do? The machine learning at the heart of a I A.
"mohammed" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM
"Mohammed faces multiple charges after two women and a child were struck by stray bullets in Times Square earlier this month. Since the start of the Corona virus, pandemic masks have become a political football and the divide over wearing thumb was on full display in Idaho this week. The whole lieutenant Governor Janice McGee, and Thursday issued an executive order banning mask mandates and schools and public buildings. The lieutenant governor's serving as acting governor and Boise, while Brad Little was in Nashville for a Republican gubernatorial conference. However, upon little's return Friday, he reversed the order restoring decisions on mask policies to local jurisdictions. Governor Little lashing out of his second in command in a statement, calling the order and irresponsible, self serving political stunt that amounted to tyranny. Just last week, McGee and announced her run for governor challenging the first term incumbent Little man. Napolitano, Fox News. The CDC is shifting its stance on masks for some people this summer, the CDC relax its guidelines for summer camp, saying vaccinated teens or adolescents do not need to wear masks at camp at all. Those under 12 do not have to mask outside, but they do indoors. Key points were staff and campers alike are fully vaccinated. Full capacity is okay. No mask, no distancing unvaccinated campers again. No mask outside, Unless in areas crowded or people are together for a long time. Fox says William Lashing s a royal jab of the Corona virus vaccine in the UK Kate Middleton, the Duchess of Cambridge, received a first shot at London's Science Museum. Her husband, Prince William, received his first shot last week. According to Johns Hopkins University. More than 1.8 billion vaccine doses have been administered worldwide camp You sell Fox News. Okay. Bye of 88.
Suspect in Times Square Shooting Arrested in Florida
"Knew this afternoon A man suspected of shooting Three people in New York's Times Square, including a four year old girl is now under arrest today in Florida, Farrakhan Mohammed was taken into custody near Jacksonville four days after the shooting on Saturday that rattled the New York tourist haven. Mohammed is suspected of wounding three people with stray bullets during a dispute in Times Square about five in the afternoon. On Saturday, the 23 year old tourist visiting from Rhode Island, was shot in the leg of 43 year old woman from New Jersey shot in the foot. The four year old girl from Brooklyn was shot in the
Tthe Good and Bad of Islam: David and Mohammad of the Ask an Iranian Podcast
"The good and bad with Islam is obviously a trick questions. So we appreciate that you know. You're testing here. Obviously it's so good Just for the audience then they obviously also know that as well but I'm i made an interesting point before. We were recording a distinction here. Why yeah distinguish between islam and muslims. Because obviously there's nothing bad about islam. Islam is good but Might be mistakes or bad. Things that muslims do as long as flawless muslims are not necessarily flooded so yeah the muslim tapping been doing bad things up history as people do as people to. Yeah so yes. So if there's anything bad about islam it is basically the western depiction of islam. Which is of course There is another method of hostility and animosity to it so it has not been portrayed fairly so by the time. I think we're done with this conversation you'll know and you both will. Number two is as well. Yeah i mean. That's that's the aim absolutely albouy means with. I think we'll hopefully then brandon. You're slowly growing beer. Yeah mentioned and none of my family is recognised. I think is issue. We should probably also preface this by giving a bit of a background as to how Mohammed denied familiar with islam because with a million different ways Mahmad story is is He can explain it. Yeah i was born here. And my familiarity or or Becoming a muslim was. When i was twenty five years old and came to iran for the first time and then checked out my best certificate and realize the i've been claimed muslim At that point Up until then. I grew up in a christian nation in England thinking that i was process protestant christian and Yeah i was corrected upon being twenty-five and coming to
$4M in Suspected Meth Hidden in Pickles Shipment
"Tainted pickles has been intercepted at the US Mexico border. Customs and border protection officers have seized more than $4 million in methamphetamine that was hidden in a commercial shipment of cucumber pickles headed for Texas. Officers were using a non intrusive imaging system to examine a tractor trailer that arrived at the far we know so international bridge cargo facility. That's when they uncovered the hidden stash of 114 packages of meth weighing more than £200. CBP. South Texas tweeted a photo of the drug smuggling. Produce calling them funky pickles. Layla Mohammed Ko Phi News A
Chad Rebels Threaten to Depose Slain President's Son
"Half father with the repercussions of the death in combat of Chad's President Idriss Deby struck down, the army says as he fought rebels. He's being succeeded by his son, Mohammed. He just did. He came to power by the gun in 1990 ruled the country ever since. With the help of allies like France, his death will have huge consequences in the saddle, where he was at the heart of the fight against jihadist groups. And in Sudan. Debbie was from there's a gala ethnic group, which straddles Chad's border with Sudan's western region of Darfur. Four. The Debbie's years in power, Heart human Ndjamena were by turns allies and enemies at various points supporting each other's rebel groups. So I called up the former Sudanese minister Mubarak and federal mufti. Started by asking for his personal recollections of interest, Debbie I was the one who received him when he came with the refugees with that, so my relationship with him was direct and personal. Since 1989 on Dhere was able to forge an alliance between the exact hour the Arabs and the Sarah on keep Chad to stable for a very long time. Chad is very important for that. Foreign, therefore, is very important for the stability of chat. So what that does the demise of interest. Debbie Mean for Darfur all mean for Sudan. Well, it reads was very much involved in the tuba court, with their foreign military movements were our most please of our on Greece was going to be instrumental in helping to reach social and political settlement between The Arabs in therefore on the African tribes. Because you needed that for his own stability in chat, because if there is no worry conciliation in, therefore, that may transmit into shot on dad ups made support their fellow Arabs in chat, so He was very concerned to have peace in their four and to have social and political reconciliation between the tribes off Therefore,
Guantanamo Prisoners Now Getting COVID-19 Vaccine
"All Americans sixteen and older are now eligible for coronavirus vaccines and so too are the prisoners at Guantanamo bay a senior defense official tells the AP all forty man held at the detention center in Cuba can start getting the vaccine as soon as today that comes months after plans to vaccinate them were put aside immediate outrage since many Americans at the time were not eligible for the shots there have not been any known covert nineteen cases among the fifteen hundred people who run the facility nor the prisoners awaiting clued nine eleven attack mastermind Khalid Sheikh Mohammed the pandemic's halted work crime trials for him and for others for more than a year Sager mag ani Washington
Israel Independence War Era Weapons Cache Discovered in Tel Aviv
"The day before yesterday as we record a gardener found underneath a bush at number twenty two cream as street a cache of world war two vintage bullets artillery shells and grenades which ordinance was stowed under a bush three quarters of a century ago by members of the haganah jewish militia to keep british soldiers and centuries from finding it such a hiding place for weapons was called a sleek from the hebrew root some lama couth to make rid of and in the one thousand nine hundred eighty s there were hundreds of maybe thousands all around the country though most of them were dismantled as soon as the brits left palestinian nineteen forty eight. But you know how it is. You put your grenades and your artillery shells in your bulletin a whole under bush in your yard and then you get busy ensure the brits go home but you tell yourself you'll empty the gun whole tomorrow and if it's not one thing it's another before you know it seventy odd years of pass that is just life in the big city so this week. The police bomb squad piloted remote control. Sapper robots under the tree and they exploded some of the grenades shells and bullets. And they neutralize the rest and sent them to the tel aviv. Forensics lab for further investigation. And for those of you wondering and who isn't wondering isaac jacob adolf. Crimea was the french jewish attorney who in eighteen. Forty along with sir. Moses montefiore made the trip to alexandria egypt to plead before Dive mohammed ali for the release of jews arrested in damascus blood. Libel that rocked the jewish world that year and crimea and montefiore secured freedom for nine of the thirteen syrian. Jews accused of killing christians for their blood. The other four having already died while being tortured after that chromium became minister of justice of france under the second republic in eighteen forty eight and he later founded the 'alliance eastern elite universal in paris in eighteen. Sixty one gathers that isaac jacob adolf creamier would probably not himself have hidden guns in tel aviv in nineteen forty eight but he probably would have understood the sentiment and arguably nothing captures the haphazard semi history city of this forever new and yet never really new city. We love so al tel aviv. Alto better than a gardener. Finding an old bag of old bullets and such tucked under a shrub to shield it from the prying eyes of the brits on a street named for a man who one hundred years before that sailed with an english financier to alexandria a city. Just four hundred fifty kilometers. Southwest of tel-aviv. In order to gain the release of wrongly residues in damascus a city just two hundred kilometers northeast of tel
Teen girls charged with murder, carjacking of Uber Eats driver
"Girls are accused of killing And Uber each driver in Washington, D C. Police say the suspect's just 13 and 15 years old were in the process of trying to steal 66 year old Mohammed on worst car when one of them used a Taser on him as they tried to speed off, which police say led to the deadly car crash. The car flipping over Anwar ejected He was rushed to the hospital with life threatening injuries but did not survive. The teens arrested at the scene on wars loved ones, calling the sudden loss immeasurable, telling ABC News, the father of three and grandfather of four moved to the U. S from Pakistan in 2014 to build a better life for himself and his family. It's more than tragic. I don't even know of that. Word describes what happened. It's senseless. Police say they've seen a spike in Carjackings in Washington, D C and in several other major cities since the pandemic began in 20 2345 Carjackings were reported in the nation's capital more than double the year before. The city, launching a task force just last month to help focus on these incidents because it's very important that we find out the people who are responsible for for these Carjackings, and that That that we have justice. Uber drivers nationwide has been on alert after a string of attacks. Earlier this month, a San Francisco uber driver was assaulted and taunted by belligerent passengers, authorities, arresting one of the passengers and charging another with attempted robbery and assault. Uber now teaming up with law enforcement, who are available to work with police 24 hours a day to respond to urgent calls the company telling ABC News. We are devastated by this tragic news and our hearts go out to Mohammed's family during this difficult time.
Saudi Crown Prince announces Saudi Green Initiative, Middle East Green Initiative
"Saudi arabia aims to plant ten billion trees in the coming decades as part of an ambitious campaign unveiled by crown prince mohammed bin salman on saturday to reduce carbon emissions and combat pollution and land degradation the de facto. Ruler of the world's top oil exporter said that saudi arabia aims to reduce its carbon emissions by generating fifty percent of the country's energy from renewables by twenty thirty react would also work with other arab states on the middle east green initiative to plant an additional forty billion trees which the print said. We'll be the world's largest reforestation program. The statements did not provide details. On how the ambitious planting project would be carried out in the country with limited renewable water resources. The world's largest producer of desalinated water has in the past said it would use cloud seeding and recycled water to plant local trees that require less irrigation including in urban areas. The saudi green initiative is part of the prince's vision twenty thirty plan to reduce its reliance on oil revenues and to improve the quality of life in the country the kingdom the region and the world needs to go much further and faster in combating climate change. Prince mohammad said he said the share of clean energy production in the middle east does not currently exceed seven percent and that saudi would work with regional partners to help contributes to a reduction in carbon emissions resulting from hydrocarbon production in the region by more than sixty percent.
Report: Money key to reverse pandemic losses for poor
"Eight and economy agencies according full immediate financing to help with developing countries with in hopes that peak coronavirus has passed more than sixty international agencies say the financing will help nations gets back on track after the coup bid nineteen pandemic let it to widening inequalities the worst recession in ninety years around an estimated one hundred twenty million people pushed into extreme poverty United Nations deputy secretary general Amina Mohammed says the message is clear on stock could be nineteen has led to an even more sharply unequal world that's leaving millions of people behind and without immediate action on financing you in developing goals for twenty thirty our risk I'm Charles through this month
"mohammed" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM
"Mohammed back home after his exile. When he came back to his city. The amazing story. They didn't welcome him with verse from the Koran or religious chant. They will come to him with music, chanting the moonlight has risen. It's a very well known song. And to me this is an amazing example of humanity and how music unites people, So for the people who actually welcome to get profit through music. To a chance. It's an amazing testament to what music can do to the magic power of music. Yeah. The.
"mohammed" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Mohammed Oussalah, he arrived at Guantanamo Bay in 2000 and two the government thought that he was a high ranking Al Qaeda official. It's a lot. He had faith in American justice, and he wasn't worried. He knew he was innocent, and you figured it was only a matter of time before the authorities realized it, too. If you really know that you didn't do anything. You shouldn't be afraid of everything. In fact, he should have been afraid. In 15 years of detention. Salah, he experienced some of the worst of what we did during the war on terror and all in the name. Protecting our freedom. And in the end, Theo us just let him go. I was never charged. Let's look convicted of any kind against your country. I'm just a peaceful person and I don't intend to hurt anyone. Today on the New Yorker Radio hour. The case of Muhammadu Salafi, that's ahead. Live from NPR news. I'm trial. Snyder. The Senate has approved a Democratic compromise to extend weekly federal unemployment benefits. The compromise would lower the weekly benefit to $300 and that's on top of state benefits, and it would extend that about through September 6 NPR's Kelsey Snell reports he agreement is part of the Democratic push the past the latest round of coronavirus aid before current unemployment payments run out on March. 14th Senate Democrats hoped to vote this weekend on a final version of President Biden's $1.9 Trillion coronavirus relief package. Latest changes to the unemployment portion of that legislation came after West Virginia Democrat Joe Manchin objected to a plan to extend the payments until the end of September. He also objected to a plan to make the 1st $10,200 of unemployment received in 2020 tax free. Democrats agreed to limit that benefit to households earning $150,000 or less. The bulk of the aid package, including funding for schools, vaccines and new tax benefits for parents is unchanged from the version that passed the House. White House press secretary Jen Psaki says Biden supports the compromise. Kelsey Snell NPR NEWS Washington, Arizona among the state seizing covert restrictions, Governor Doug Ducey has issued an executive order doing away with capacity restrictions at gyms, restaurants and other businesses. Although social distancing rules and Bhaskar still required Arizona's health director, Dr Carrick. Crist says the governor's office felt assure that relaxing restrictions will not cause a spike in cases as long as we are requiring the 6 FT of physical distancing and the mask wearing and those other things that we've put in there. We felt comfortable. Arizona join states like Texas and Iowa and easing restrictions. Pope Francis made history today, becoming the first pontiff to meet a leading authority of Shia Islam. NPR's Sylvia Petrolia reports on the encounter in the holy city of Najaf on the second day of the pope's visit to Iraq. The meeting took place behind closed doors in the home of Iraq's top Shiite cleric, the Grand Ayatollah Ali al Sistani. Francis has made into religious dialogue a keystone of his Papacy, but until now he had met only Sunni Islam.
"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..
"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 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
"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 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
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