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"molly livingstone" Discussed on Israel Story

Israel Story

01:50 min | 7 months ago

"molly livingstone" Discussed on Israel Story

"We first heard about ucla wild back from reporter molly livingstone. Who then spent many many hours interviewing her. I asked malaita step into the studio with me. Hey molly hi msci hiding and get so so molly can you. Can you set the scene for us like where. Where were you. Recording in niece goes home right right. We are in use his home in Which is part of jerusalem. It's kind of a hippie area. Her house it's small it's And it's kind of what i expected from her. She's a very inviting person and our home was very warm and friendly. Describe a little bit. Like what is look like he. S sca is tall. The first thing. I notice about her every time i see her is when she talks you. She looks you in the is. She dresses conservative. But kind of bohemian. She gets her nails done and she uses her hands a lot when she speaks. So that i definitely remember. She has a different hairstyle. Every time i see her she's trying to play it up. Play down she's she's seeing how she looks in different ways and how she feels right so let's begin Molly where where do we start. So we'll see the story in the us. When yiska was still jeff. My whole growing up was was a nightmare. It was like being on a How you hear about some of these ratios and you hear that the they've been running for like ten years and till you realize that they changed the cast every couple of years you wonder how could someone go out on stage night after night after night for ten years. That's what i did..

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"molly livingstone" Discussed on The Mideast Beast Podcast

The Mideast Beast Podcast

02:28 min | 3 years ago

"molly livingstone" Discussed on The Mideast Beast Podcast

"Thoughts. Oh, that's gross. The, no, that would be her effect. That would be a really bad way for Israel to go down. Listen Rudy. I'm just having fun with you. I think that you're doing a great job on campus. It's a hard job. I think that you obviously have huge ambitious goals. You're planning to move back to Israel after you get your very scholarly degree. And I have no doubt if I had to guess you want to end up in politics somewhere in the Knesset we'll sue takes answered like a politician police. I think you go to sleep dreaming up your hashtags and what you'll say next. I do, but that's fine with me. I'm all for it. I like a good mix of ju- of French american-israeli coming into office because then you can see really all sides of the shitty problems that we have in this country, whether it's from issues of reform and religion and pluralism to obviously war terror security issues. So I think I'd vote for. You if that makes you feel good or bad makes great. Actually said like a politician, I'm not sure if that was the truth, but I wanna thank you for your time. None the less ready if people wanna learn more about what you guys are doing on campus get involved, open open-minded. How should they contact you or find out more. My face with page or they can check out the student supporting Clem university face with pitches well, where we coast, a lot of our content, our events are videos are pictures, and people can just stay in touch and see what's going on. Well, we look forward to your senior year. It sounds like you're going to have a lot of fun on campus working those new kids as you said, the new slate the apartheid week, which always finds a new interesting way to hate Israel. So you've gotta be one step ahead of the game. I'll let you get back to devising your next plan. And of course they hide to khloe for me. And that's going to wrap it up for here on the Mideast podcast. This is so fun and exciting. I hope you've is enjoyed of course follow us on Facebook, the Mideast online, the Minnie's dot com. And my favorite Twitter at mid east BC's. You guys have been a great audience. You really stood by silence, but share your thoughts when you're online and tell us what you wanna hear next. And until next time this is Molly Livingstone and I will sign off also, Alex Giles in London and Jerusalem. I am.

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"molly livingstone" Discussed on The Mideast Beast Podcast

The Mideast Beast Podcast

10:59 min | 3 years ago

"molly livingstone" Discussed on The Mideast Beast Podcast

"Uh-huh. This is the mid east peace podcast. I am your host Molly Livingstone, and it is the summertime, which means we are on hiatus. I don't know about you. I'm definitely out in the Mideast son getting burned. We don't only have the podcast where you can hear me. It's also important that you check out all the satirical hilarious articles at the mid east dot com. You can find us on Facebook, of course, if you want a scribe, you definitely should. We all need a little summer cheer, you know, with the sun, we just need that boost of joy. And that's where you're gonna find it in anything satirical and funny. So while you're doing whatever it is you're doing, why not listen to a podcast? Yep. It's an oldie, but a goody with Rudy Rochman, founder and president of the Columbia University chapter of students supporting Israel who shares why he thinks beady s. is just be s it's awesome. Interview guy couldn't handle some of my jokes. You wanna. Listen, just listen, just listen. This is the mid east east podcast. I'm your host here and Israel Molly Livingstone attempting to be funny and on the other side of the pond we have Alex Giles. Hello, Alex, always funny. Hello, happy birthday. Forget today. Gosh, thank you so much. It's so nice that people remember I'm dying just went take closer. Facebook is forest for one of these things. Otherwise, I hate that. I hate that people right, happy birthday as though it's anything but genuine speaking of genuine people. Let's get right down to the nitty gritty of this week's news topics from the mid east. Of course, the big Ramadan of starving yourself for a month is finally over and that means that there's a long celebration of eating and charity at the end of that. But one person wasn't happy to do either. Who was that good sir? You could have guess. But also save everybody telling me President Trump. Congratulations if you guessed that. Well, so as reported on the Mideast Trump on aid, that is the holiday dinner. I'm only going if there's catch up and I wanna put aside note that he would never have Heinz ketchup because we all know that that would be part of eating his sworn enemies catch-up John Kerry whose wife Jeevan mazing Lee rich as well. It was crazy rich, which was like, that's why John Carey married her. The only reason, but it's. Yeah, it's not a bad reason also. She has nice boobs. No, I have no idea. I've never looked 'cause I've been eating her delicious ketchup, but apparently Trump said he's only going if there is catch-up. Rumor had it. We'll left the room in the with reading on no saying it's a real thing. Yeah. Like CNN we're just fake news. So. For that. It can be the relation. I can come up with a bit worried, but Middle Eastern cuisine, which is delicious. The guy doesn't HAMAs who the hell doesn't like us. Everyone. Right? So it's interesting that you say that because I think part of why he might not like homos is because he can't say it right. Obviously, Trump would be very offended if anyone dare try to correct him. We know that we had a stint where there was a confusion of homos and HAMAs HAMAs obviously being a terrorist organization and homeless being delicious. Treat that you can put on basically anything should things confused because that would be that would be a leash progams. And yet with Trump, I think it's more offensive that he could say homeless wrong as opposed to a terrorist organization that just seeks to murder and kill even its own people. Moley. Why do you think the Trump administration keeps making these seemingly simple mistakes, the coast, anything to do the dinner. It's been going for twenty years. I think nineteen ninety exactly. And that's real. That's like legit. The truth. Was the real thing. Yeah. Yeah. It was totally reported by other fake news like CNN BBC that, yes, for twenty years. They've had this dinner since Bill Clinton. Obviously, you gotta bring a liberal romance. Jolt Bush junior, did it will through from his is right? And he choked on a pretzel and he was still willing to do for the team. Yeah, no is willing to know choked on him. So again, another reasonable is delicious and safe. And I think probably Bill Clinton started this whole thing because for him the idea of having more than one woman you're in your life, you know, obviously resonated and he's like, well, if I can do that part of custom and surely I can eat their food and enjoy charity and eating at the same time. Very Jewish. So you're asking me, I digress. You asked, why do they keep doing these focus. All being deliberately combative, all they play into that base says, you shouldn't do anything that that sniffs oath multi-culturalism or all just, you know, the State Department and the departments just really understaffed and Neville city. Things like this could be easy to organize human, just no complicated full through the gaps. So I'm not sure if it was really any of the above the years enchant. I mean, he did make a little cutesy video or statement, right? I think he did both little video like, hey, what's up to all the? I think he says m word because he doesn't wanna say the bad word Muslims. And then he said, I hope you've is, you know, stop starving and have a good time. I'm paraphrasing. Obviously. And then he, he had his wife like blow kiss to the camera, and it was nice. You know, cute little video. Then he tweeted something else. And then he made a statement they just may be genuinely, don't care. I don't be more of a reason not to do it. Just not caring. What are your thoughts? I mean. Relevant. I think that they also have a base the thirty eight or thirty nine percent people still the proof of him who all I'm gonna make a wild assumption. Wouldn't think this was a good idea to have this type of dinner would think that was desperately on American do that purely party political point of view and supporting his base. It makes perfect sense for not to do it and all doing it from his base political point of view is a good thing and bearing on this is going that yesterday had I eventually a big dinner at his hotel in Washington to the fundraising dinner for trauma NT twenty. Anyway, there was a lots of ketchup provided that meal. I would like to know I don't know what the menu for that we haven't looked. I mean, we know you'll save philately kebabs all day long, but I'm gonna guess it wasn't. Yeah, I definitely think it was more like, I don't know if he calls them American fries. Freedom fries. You know, God forbid, we will call them French fries. That's another big. No, no, certainly I can imagine a lot of catch up. You know, for him probably catch up. It has a deeper meaning. It looks like blood. He's always out for blood. It really is a poetic. If there's no catch up. It has that you know of larger sense of the word. But I think a good point to bring up also is that Jared is technically right, has son-in-law in charge of the Middle East relations bringing peace to the region, what he's gonna. Paul second amongst the other jobs the today when he's not like out hunting and shooting. But I think that he could have had this opportunity of like, let's to eat like Trump style, right. Look, I think the. Trump's had a good time in Saudi Arabia. Those are like some fancy Arabs over there. They got plenty of money. Cold in the catch up. So I think he should have thought about it on that playing field. And then that could have opened it up. Maybe he thought it was going to be more of like I dunno, McDonald's style kind of rundown of affair. Obviously, if it was Jewish, it would have been buffet. All you can eat, although then you have to fight Jews whatever foods on the table because it's holocaust feeding, but I think that, yeah, I think next year if he's actually paused because imagining him still being an office still being in America. I don't know if like America will just break apart, much like Brexit is doing it to Europe or at least to England. If he's there next year, I think not only should he do eat, but he might wanna consider like a Ramadan diet. Just a way to connect away to keep off the carbs. I think it's not a bad plan x. loop point you should make that to him on like that could possibly help. Law could plant if only someone worked over there, we could actually share ideas with them, but we could pro course Email the White House. I'm sure I'm sure Email tweet it up. Tweet tweet from mid-east species. We can tweet to Trump suggested, put it out on the table. Like what I did table. Okay. So I think we should end it on that high note. That's great. Ramadan, diet, twenty eighteen Trump's all about. It will get to cover it a year from now and talk about how good he looks and how much homos eating. I mean, obviously at the end of every night because you would starve during the day, of course you can share everything follow us on Facebook at the Mideast online on our website, the Mideast peace dot com. And as I mentioned before on Twitter, Midi species, Alex, always a pleasure ritual. Never chore like making an aide dinner. And I want to say that coming up next in the second half, we are going to be talking with Rudy Rochman who is a senior at Columbia University. One of the most contentious campuses when it comes to Israel Palestinian relations anti Israel, Jewish Muslim everything, and he's going to give us an inside look. Look at the good, the bad and the ugly stick with us here, committees fees. We

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"molly livingstone" Discussed on The Mideast Beast Podcast

The Mideast Beast Podcast

04:37 min | 3 years ago

"molly livingstone" Discussed on The Mideast Beast Podcast

"This is the mid east peace podcast i am your host molly livingstone and we are dying right in i had the honor and privilege of interviewing k wilson and that's not sarcasm that's genuine a woman that survived a terrorist attack and that does no justice to her story the person she has become she's like modern day gandhi she really is if you don't believe me just listen in and afterwards you're welcome i am here with k wilson in what sounds like an echo bare room because it is pretty much just that don't have a lot of things to you k books these puppy you're making out with your dog that is that part of the ptsd jinx no just let bonding well k wilson you are best known as surviving a terrorist attack before that you were like an average person below average even though i actually i always excelled average an average that king you here by the way ks many bracelets yeah it's not like i haven't arrested her she's not in trouble yet not yet there's no sound handcuffs before what year was it lets into okay before two thousand and ten you our tour guide you lived in israel you moved from england here many many years ago showing off the land the people how wonderful everything is and there was a day in december that your life changed yes what i was taking my christian american friend for hike christine lucan and they're on chabad autumn day were accosted by two palestinian terrorists howled it my point for half an hour they found wise riley id i seemed christine was also jewish and i tied up gagged this and started hacking with machetes and christine was trump top before my eyes and i played that sustained 'certain machete wounds and thirty broken bones you just say at like you've said it i know you've said it a million times like i read out shopping list yeah you have to do it like that yeah i can't afford to let myself h tom i speak about it at shauwie emotionally go there it's too big and i'm not a psychopath is just a case of how come out yet this is the case out to communicate this without chunking up and in doing that obviously couldn't go back to being a tour guide first of all physically yeah but emotionally and mentally die here in a day they're right but when you are trying to pick up the pieces of your life and recuperate the fact that you survived that and the way you just said it i know i'm like rushing through it and the audience is probably way way woman stabbed practically to death watches her friend also die survives by you essentially crawled out of the four when they left i didn't they will go and actually what happens is they were just a few feet away terrorists having a smoke they did not have still alive i didn't know they would dead so i mean they were there that was freudian i have better that's how i rooted helena turkish prison no so i got up and i didn't crawl but i won't step by step for over mild until i found help i must tell people this too because they will coat due to the fact that i stopped one with my pen knife very lightly in the knots yeah yeah yes i could be aggressive i want but he bled in his blood on my sleeve the police they checked my clothes for some hope for his dna or idea and that's how that's how they were so they work hot i will note those ferenza forensic evidence was no doubt they'd murdered somebody else before ten months previously and face them in court what terrorist group was this fattah fatah i say say i am of us who is the current anyhow tinian president yes he's the current inciter at the moment the one who's responsible for.

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"molly livingstone" Discussed on The Mideast Beast Podcast

The Mideast Beast Podcast

03:33 min | 3 years ago

"molly livingstone" Discussed on The Mideast Beast Podcast

"This is the mid east peace todd cast i am your host molly livingstone and on today's show we have the prestigious doctor matthew levitt he is the frommer wexler fellow and director at the stein program on counterterrorism and intelligence at the washington institute for near east policy the longer your title the more important you are is that true matt or sorry doctor levin go jim i gotta yash jesus christ kipling just called me matt i felt so short wrong ashdown now we're talking about castration and there's nowhere to go there's nowhere to go is it true do you feel that you need to be wrapped by your title in order to feel that you are a significant player in counterterrorism no but i'll tell you what really does make people fill special specially when they're in government and i've been in annetta government is how many badges you're wearing around your neck like how much access you have to to classified facilities that's like that's like a status because i heard vaj is which is very different than badges and in this day of me too that could work but okay okay judging you i'm just going to judge you i actually am judging you because when i think of what you're doing and the research must do every single day and all the jobs and titles that you've had and what your career future holds i wonder to myself who decides to go into this field who wants to counter terrorism every day and research it and learn all the scary shitty things about this world so why do you do it you don't get it it's not a factor too i get it but i also used to have that feeling of i wanted to do it i studied journalism i went to school in boston during nine eleven where the terrorist came out of my became very infatuated with it but i saw that obsession i saw what happened to daniel pearl who got his head chopped off for that same obsession and wanting to find truth or terror whatever and i was like i'm good although i moved to the middle east so that stupid but why do you do it when did you decide yes this is what i wanna do an everyday make that same decision over and over again so i also school boston and susan there i think it might be something about becoming a red sox fan brings out the wild and crazy okay so now amp blame it on boston blame nothing boston's fabulous gerrad socks we'll beat the nationals last night we're going to begin to look the bottom line is i started my graduate school in very early nineteen ninety s at the height of the beginning of the peace process and at a period in time where terrorism's just beginning modern tourism let's call it was really just beginning to take off and it seemed to me at the time that i really wanted to go into international peace negotiations immediate action may become the next dennis ross who's now a colleague of mine here at the washington institute and as i did my phd which was really about negotiation theory in the context of the israeli palestinian conflict negotiation process that in both jewish extremist terrorist attacks get clear to me that if you really wanted there.

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"molly livingstone" Discussed on The Mideast Beast Podcast

The Mideast Beast Podcast

03:24 min | 3 years ago

"molly livingstone" Discussed on The Mideast Beast Podcast

"This is the mid east podcast i am your host molly livingstone here in jerusalem and on the show today we are going to have another lady if you can imagine there's going to be two of us so the world might crumble this is shoshana keats jasko maybe better known as a warrior with her pen she has a blog that says so she is a part of i don't know it's a religious women's battle for equality for realizing that were here literally because one of their campaigns is about a racing women that's with whole mutt nasheed shoshana welcome to the show and thank you for making people try to say whole mutt nasheed that just as really evil i you wanna quality second you want to enjoy watching people spend on themselves i the role you're correct at second yes second of all yes let's be honest this is going to be a very honest podcast okay so first of all no one has any idea what that word means they can barely say at the hall that's very very say on ika you can say homa it's just people people say like chanaka on all right they can't even spell hannukah's so really means like literally it means women's wisdom but because that's the cliche we don't actually translate it so you've you've started off with with our weakness which is how do we translate into english what it is that we do so the idea basically behind holman ashamed is that judaism is better when women are heard and we started off by saying judas better when when women are heard because we wanted to put women's voices into the conversation women's experiences women's understanding of judaism right and so what happens though is now we see women not only are we missing from the jewish conversation but we're actually missing from the jewish print world as we say so now it's almost like judas better women are seeing like hello like now we're going really back to the basics which is what you hit on which is like all of a sudden if you open a book i walked into feldheim in jerusalem the other like a few weeks ago and i actually filmed myself i feel myself i feel the film books and i found two books with cartoon women in them too and they weren't even women they were like girls and i think it was just for girls these books like women are literally being taken out of not only the larger jewish conversation when it comes to policy and texts but even text books and cartoon books girls and women are just non existent it's become this like taliban existence and i'm like way what what is going on here and so that's what we've come together to do just to say hey guys this is not healthy this is not working you gotta put women back in the picture literally and figuratively and so until we find a better name for us in english we're going to be all the shame and everyone's going to have to figure it out that's it's tough i don't know i might go with the cliche on that one just because people can't say it but said judaism is better when women are heard that's kind of the opposite of everything ever that i've ever heard you know in terms of women right now in israel fi fight to be heard all the time and i'm not just talking about having equality when it comes.

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"molly livingstone" Discussed on The Mideast Beast Podcast

The Mideast Beast Podcast

02:52 min | 3 years ago

"molly livingstone" Discussed on The Mideast Beast Podcast

"This is the mideast peace podcast i am your host molly livingstone and with us today is cory gill schuster the creator of asking as rayleigh ask a palestinian project he is the director of the international program in conflict resolution and mediation explain that to me at tel aviv university corey how are you that's a lot of titles for one person anything you want to add to that by the way just we all even too much as it is everything's good a taunt mantaro grumpy so if i say grumpy things forgive me by october all will be good it's interesting that you're grumpy and hot because i feel like you go out and you film these questions that basically your community or the people that are engaged they have these questions that they want to ask you because they watch your videos asking an israeli asking a palestinian then they come up with their own questions you go out you go all over israel you go all over territories or palestine or whatever you wanna call it you must be so s fizi sweaty gross hot yes yes i try to do it as concentrated as possible or when i'm on my way to do something so if i have let's say a doctor's appointment and it's in like but yom or something i take my camera with me as i go along on the bus or something i asked people but yeah when i do it really concentrated i get home at the end of the day exhausted so it's so interesting that you say that because you've been doing this for a while about six years now over six years now and i think that what you're doing is pre what people would do about just getting a camera in your face i mean you were sort of the start at of it and you're doing it with his railly's in palestinian now you yourself are sort of a unidentifiable white man is that is that how you would sort of herself sure it's true i actually do blend into everywhere somehow i have that privilege call it palestinians often think of palestinian israeli income israeli it's grain i've just go with it what's the truth by the way like who are you that they don't know that that's who you are the big secret there's no secret on canadian i've lived in israel for many years that's about it i don't think they're jewish not a believer but i'm i'm still a jew that's that's about it and what i try to i try to approach both groups and pretend that i don't know who they are and what they're gonna talk about trying to approach it from trump's chatwin of the asks same thing well that seems to work i mean look you got the president of the united states doing the same strategy working with north korea maybe playing dumb and being naive actually gets you a lot further when it.

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"molly livingstone" Discussed on The Mideast Beast Podcast

The Mideast Beast Podcast

05:45 min | 3 years ago

"molly livingstone" Discussed on The Mideast Beast Podcast

"Take your day just a current day and write a headline. The headline has to be up to sixty characters. It could be a sad headline. It could be. I went to the gym for the first time in three months, which would be a great headline. It could be some, but right stack and Dr. Once you write the headline you gotta start picking and choosing who says that meeting that person for lunch, or who says that your boss thinks that the new way we all right headlines that's called Facebook Snapchat. We all make our lives look so much better about the Israeli Palestinian conflict, and suddenly you have to pick and choose the most important people go to battle. So. For example, fives and then kill each other tool, maybe missing some context, but all headlines have misconduct. This is the Mideast podcast. I am your host Molly Livingstone here in Jerusalem still just Jerusalem. By the way we have the US embassy, but it is not Jerusalem Israel officially as of yet. And here to confirm. That is my interview today with Vive rotting gore, political correspondent times of Israel. What's up with your name? You just made it up. Everybody's gonna have a name, I know, but what's happening in yours Aviv really. Jio. Yeah, Kaviv is. And then there's this weird German name in the middle? Yeah. So let's just break down your name plus my parents come from America, so like none of that's the plus none of it. Makes sense. It's all a plus Eva super Israeli gore, isn't that mean a puppy in Hebrew is a cub lion cub various animal Cup. So they named you lied and cub. The did not know. We have an old family name on my mother's side. Google who are students of the reforms fund the famous mystic from fat in the middle ages, and then they left spot and went to eastern Europe. They took on the name Google league, lay Halley, the cubs of the lion. The was his acronym and they made it. They made it turned it into a Disney movie last name and one of them made it over to the western hemisphere. And at some point, apparently changed the name to Gerard. And anyway, there's a name in the family. And so when my wife and I got married and we kinda thought and went looking for, he brace is name. We're kind of old school. So goal was right there. It was a Hebrew name in the family. I, I actually just made everything up then. No. Parents made up. I have a middle name of south that my parents made up to a lot of your parents make up. Maybe you don't have parents, maybe you're making that up to true. He just came from the sky, fell down the good version. That's the get. So you choose to be a journalist has fair to say wasn't forced, right? And you have a title that you've essentially made up. I mean, it has to get approval from the editor, but the times of Israel is pretty flexible. And a lot of people would say that about what they read. Well, we're going to talk about all this because we're living in dange of alternative facts and what's real and not real and the Mideast we always put it out there worse satirical. So everything you read is basically a lie. But in this day and age are lies almost seem like truth. I mean, it's hard to tell a headline from a headline things are pretty wacky at this point and you having like a title that you kind of make up. And then we wonder if you're making up your titles and headlines and your news itself and not just you saying that as all news. So you're kinda in the hotseat which is why didn't wanna tell you anything before we started and we're done with this. So what's the question back because his journalism, true or false? Is that the question? Well, I think that's way too white or black in this day and age. I wanna start with first of all. So I asked if you chose to be journalists, you used to work for the Jewish Agency. Are you still work for the Jerusalem. Post I worked, there's five years of the Jerusalem Post agency. Then I left the for the Jewish Agency. I was two years at the Jewish Agency. Why you did I was the spokesman. So you did swap journalism for the other side? Yeah, yeah, yeah. And represented. Jews represented, you know the agency and then went back to the times of Israel because. Personal room much. Many more reasons than one was that I was not a good spokesman. I did not enjoy the sort of silly ego battles that I was having with other organizational spokespeople of Israel, big ten party and cetera we, it was a bit of a dramatic moment to the Jewish Agency. The ninety year old Elliot department was shut down at it cost, one hundred five million dollars a year and that stuff. Now cost something like forty, five million dollars a year, and there's no difference in Allah. So there was an department that wasn't bringing Liam Neil immigrants and there's a whole policy thing. We, we redid the whole Jewish Agency, and I was sort of the spokesperson for them. It was a lot of battles, and a lot of silly battles against silly people who don't know the material. And so I was fighting with the minister of absorption who is the current minister of absorption sofa Landwehr who just doesn't know the materials. She doesn't know the information. It was essentially a fake fight over fake issue over decided to go into journalism. I went back to journalism at a time when journalism was thriving, look

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"molly livingstone" Discussed on The Mideast Beast Podcast

The Mideast Beast Podcast

02:15 min | 3 years ago

"molly livingstone" Discussed on The Mideast Beast Podcast

"I can understand the people who say look alex who actually trump his genius because what he's down ghiz cut through all this tight cut through the note and just make that decision and i was like those people you'll fucking idiots basically you'll faquir some very badly if he wants to an awful audience gasping yellow it will maybe 50 said of whenever percentage from anyway the new new in birmingham this is the middle east peace podcast i'm your host here in jerusalem molly livingstone on the other side of the pond alex giles always a pleasure happy new year happy happy new year to you moley happy new year drift one listening i think your resolution which was suggested by our editor and producers scott was to eat christmas cake always and especially before a podcast i've arabic's less this morning okay great so you're a little loose in a little bit frisky her home molly moley volley not good is a great way to start the new year in every day of your life come on it elicited listen it's not snowing those the gradients me out here you know i have to tell you as brave as israelis are and you know we face constant threat of war and terror all the time what really gets us down is the rain and god forbid the snow i mean people were hiding inside their homes for not the iranians not at all mainly the writing but the rain like nickel only hamas could use all their forced to get some snow plows are like some snow shooters whatever it is instead of taking us out one blowing up at a time yeah you know he had rockets here i'll explain how this works friday afternoon not sure if it made the news over by you there were rockets being shot from gaza into israel and people at faro up to like cut writing fix laura a guy right you're not those kind of rockets not the fun ones although that of my son does think they are and i just let him think that sure enough ne.

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"molly livingstone" Discussed on The Mideast Beast Podcast

The Mideast Beast Podcast

01:44 min | 3 years ago

"molly livingstone" Discussed on The Mideast Beast Podcast

"For i'd christmas take for breakfast a k is a great one of the year i don't even know what that is is that where they put jesus baby jesus in the komo that's i'd maximum hall i once you put the baby keys from top of the mid five do you know nothing morley note chris metal know what a what what you've ever for you know the fruitcakes sounds like the way i would describe euthanasia yet big fruitcake you the called concept you can get on board with yet you've had a slice of for current guest fruit indicate yeah yeah yeah get get run fry christmas cake is like a more alcoholic imbued shooting for the christmas in the afghan with maulvi pan and icing on this sounds like a fast and easy way to get someone drunk yeah yeah there were both added for breakfast it's the breakfast of champions so you're a little bit buzzed yana his way to start the dead the news eminem this is the middle east peace podcast i molly livingstone your host here in jerusalem and alex giles's joining us from the snowy side of the pond in london england how are you feeling have through your old noor salman linka child oh yeah man row widow of meriva very often own draw was refloated flowing his great flood the full day of loans you don't have to go out here if you ever go out on a sox wa right here in london what you will so come down as i speak to you is result birthing into saul bellow holy night.

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"molly livingstone" Discussed on The Mideast Beast Podcast

The Mideast Beast Podcast

01:37 min | 3 years ago

"molly livingstone" Discussed on The Mideast Beast Podcast

"Five o'clock on saturday afternoon thus the time that we talk every week and so the weather's nice i walk my dog at put my headphones in a talk to my mom all of a sudden he of these groups of people walking up and down this like main street where there's cars i'm sure about its i'm neri that's clothes it's one of the main streets up and down you know in and out of jerusalem squeamish about it you are chevenement you why are these caiming shibata hailed as i am breaking shot they are there to remind you by ailing shaba delay took an impression shove is you're a woman and therefore that's horrible two and this is the middle east fees podcast i am your host molly livingstone here in jerusalem alex giles is going to be sitting this one out because today we're talking about jerusalem now the jerusalem you'd think about often when i say that word jerusalem what is it old ancient religious that's all great but i'm talking about a modern jerusalem that is in a jewish state but democratic state i hesitated and in the middle east what does that mean when we actually stop talking about this problem between the jews and arabs and actually focus on jews and jews i know who thought the jews and jews wouldn't get along but of course you have very religious jews very secular jews the very religious jews often known as has cdm haridis ultra orthodox.

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"molly livingstone" Discussed on The Mideast Beast Podcast

The Mideast Beast Podcast

01:43 min | 3 years ago

"molly livingstone" Discussed on The Mideast Beast Podcast

"If i was sitting in america as a cool millennial i'm just you know on my ipad tendering away or whatever they do whatever whatever it is get up this is where you make your different this is where you have in effect if you really care about the people stand up and do something stop saying oh they're not as white as me so i don't need to help them and i don't care i care about las vegas i don't care about site night mm the new new in germany this is the middle east peace podcast i'm molly livingstone a little bit under the weather here in jerusalem and alex giles always under the weather in england on the other side of the pond how are you today i see what you did their moley how are you well i've been told them not allowed to cough so i'm going to hold back but that's the only thing i'm going to hold back on you know we're just not used to the rain here alex and i went outside without a jacket the truth is do you remember when we did that interview with the palestinian refugee are generally well they were collecting clothes for the refugee camp and i kindly just i'm just such a good person i gave him my raincoat thinking how all by a new one which i did on ebay for three dollars and it turns out that was the scam so i didn't have a raincoat c good people always lose and so thanks to baltasar you'll be punished will decency yet it's just another you know another wedge.

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"molly livingstone" Discussed on The Mideast Beast Podcast

The Mideast Beast Podcast

01:37 min | 3 years ago

"molly livingstone" Discussed on The Mideast Beast Podcast

"This is the middle east these podcast molly livingstone here in jerusalem looking more like london cloudy and dreary which brings me to alex giles on the other side of the pond how're you doing over that no cloudy now you have lob lawn lawyers cloudy grand cloudy attacl pauk's went forward over the weekend i think you mean back fall back spring marking europe's drew they went back which means it against dr bauer two in the afternoon though this being the uk in a bloody allowed no one really notices but two two fa meals from complained about for a couple of weeks while just keep on having the complaints you know i'm jewish and i've got my own set of things to criticize him be angry allowance and one of them live the range would always free in about being angered overrun guard well i'm always angry really at the un and unesco this week they had a meeting where the united arab emirates gave out gifts to every single country they're except can you guess alex kenya is it you again is it me yep that's right israel didn't even get an empty box there was just nothing there we didn't get a medal oh yeah you're that you're against georgia early sydney's article of the events are the result my my my defence group which would be a little bit even added in this situation is the medals that were given out there were given out by unesco on behalf of the uae donald with work on the building's those celebrate.

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"molly livingstone" Discussed on The Mideast Beast Podcast

The Mideast Beast Podcast

02:23 min | 3 years ago

"molly livingstone" Discussed on The Mideast Beast Podcast

"As tunisia human being will observe who gica the place actually that programs you norman kenya where fainting and in at a certain way actually after civil things probably of them have time to talk about vim depths transform me and my will thinking totem and so a survivor of a terrorist attack and palestinian walk through the door sounds like a joke but i cannot believe i'm telling you this really happened to me yes this is the middle east peace podcast molly livingstone your host in jerusalem alex is going to have to sit this one out because you guys have to listen to this incredible interview that i had with the palestinian refugee alley that is what we are going to be calling him because for safety reasons he cannot say who he actually is where he actually as from and we can't even use his real voice i'm joined with him in the interview bike he wilson k wilson is a survivor of a vicious terrorist attack here in israel about six years ago she and her friend were brutally attacked in a forest as she watched her friend die and she basically speak to her death she stabbed many many many times crawled out of the forests guts out and survived she has incredible stories you can find her online she's everywhere she's done ted talks but here in my home with my baby of course whining in the background she an elite give a very raw version of what is to be here in his rao and then i come in and say some dumb stuff so you're gonna wanna listen to this share your thoughts with me what do you think you think he's just a spy you think he's legit drank the koolaid or do you think that maybe maybe were all just human beings that can actually figure out a way better than the politicians had to figure this crap out and buy crap i mean piece by piece i mean i don't know listen in.

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"molly livingstone" Discussed on The Mideast Beast Podcast

The Mideast Beast Podcast

01:53 min | 3 years ago

"molly livingstone" Discussed on The Mideast Beast Podcast

"Yeah it's a great interview when we come back we're going to take a quick break but when we come back it is an interview with an american who unfortunately lost his home due to hurricane erma in the virgin islands and keen to israel to seek refuge wbt app what the fatf we'll be right back with more on that can we are back this is the middle east peace podcast this is molly livingstone here in jerusalem it still reigning i'm hoping for a remote but until then check out this interview with the man kenny he lost his home due to hurricane erma horrific hurricane ripped through the virgin islands rip through his house so why is he seeking refuge here in israel with a survivor of terrorism yet listen up you want to find out so i am sitting here with the kenny witmeyer and the reason that were interviewing you i'm interviewing you is because it just sounds weird when i'm about to say you unfortunately lost your home in hurricane erma in the virgin islands and you are now seeking refuge in israel and staying at the home of k wilson a survivor of terrorism so when i say that out loud i feel crazy do you feel crazy uh it's a crazy life i think we all live but when i think about it you know i'm one month ago i'm living in paradise and here i am sitting with you know my best friend in israel in a circa.

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"molly livingstone" Discussed on The Mideast Beast Podcast

The Mideast Beast Podcast

01:34 min | 3 years ago

"molly livingstone" Discussed on The Mideast Beast Podcast

"This is the mideast these podcast and i am molly livingstone recording from jerusalem the first day of real rain here since april just so exciting really breaking news for us and on the other side of the pond never breaking news when it's raining right i guess when it's not raining alex volley of sent you before we will not during the wizards pulled crossed here yes it is gray eight more rain hill a dozen rain all the time french verb watch yeah it just rains like ninety eight percent of the time and the other two percent is cloudy and it isn't about a weather podcast this is actually i have to tell you breaking news here in israel it is a big deal when it rains and it's an even bigger deal because the gossip is always william won't it rain at the holiday of sue caught because sokoto is basically a time when us the jews if you can imagine using our hands building sohka's which are these outside dwellings to live and eat n for a week hey all i home so just pirre for this what are you draw tell me is that you have a whole which is based round camping outside outlook point in your year when its doors raining yet it sounds awesome do you know if there that he had thing though with all of those clever religious people you might have put bow holed up in the middle of your lovely summer that you have me is it not true that you have a lovely summer from walk through eight pruned to now until now yana glutton all bring more visible.

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"molly livingstone" Discussed on The Mideast Beast Podcast

The Mideast Beast Podcast

01:36 min | 4 years ago

"molly livingstone" Discussed on The Mideast Beast Podcast

"This is the middle east peace podcast this is molly livingstone here in jerusalem and of course on the other side of the pond is my co host alex giles how're you doing today there in london i'm holdover moley tell me about it was that a raging night at moi age anything that goes beyond 10 o'clock in the evenings raging it so yeah i went midweek drinking fulfill bad idea where he will young human being young ubogu may i got you covered raw how dare you have very day you you could you could dri give her lawyer and and now i called i told you that so i foods fuzhou will ridley the friend paolo howard guys you will listen to the bulk of lighter yes it went from it thirty it's a bit too early to go home to how comes it's though eleven o'clock also ask crazy kids staying out to allow iaea really living it up and withing noah we get to have this conversation and you get to ask me if i'm out drinking and all of that and yet in some places in the world alcohol is banned noise and vague way moley that is not a good girl smooth and especially banned for women and women aren't allowed to do a lot of things and if you don't know what i'm talking about yet listening to this we're gonna clue you in a chest became a law although the laws not official until june twenty 18 in saudi arabia women will be permitted to drive a car.

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