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"moustapha" Discussed on WAMU: Local News

WAMU: Local News

04:30 min | 9 months ago

"moustapha" Discussed on WAMU: Local News

"Mariam moustapha is an afghan american human rights activist originally from kabul. She came to the us with her family. Twenty six years ago in response to the humanitarian crisis in afghanistan. She's organizing volunteers to help resettle. Afghans arriving here. Miriam welcome. Thank you so much for having me. Hello can you tell us about the organization you founded afghans of dc and why you created it. Afghans of dc as a resource aid group originated two weeks ago with a bunch of volunteers. You know there were a variety of them. Abc citizens white block latino all different backgrounds wanting to help in dc. We have An overwhelming responsive volunteers but now in connection with them families in el paso texas who need items So it's really just on the hub to just connect everybody and families who need items to support them so we're getting packages actually right now together to send to l. positive fort bliss to some families. What are you seeing and hearing from the new arrivals who are coming here in these really difficult weeks you know just some of those stories. We've been waiting at the airport for five to seven days dirt all over their bodies. No shoes bruises scars Some have been already be end but got through the gate. This specific family. That i i'm in contact with landed in. Dc lost. friday was in the airplane from two. Pm till ten pm got released did the covert processing Didn't get to a site to eat food until five. Am and they don't have anything they some. You know there are some orphans who are here without families and they're all just traumatized and shock. There there were the you know. They've seen that marines and us forces are helpless in kabul. They just saw that. How powerless they were so them coming here right now. They don't trust americans to be honest and they've said that because in the time of need even at the gate. The marines had to look the other way and right now is just really that that trust that atkins had with americans. The last twenty years has crumbled. Wmu's visuals editor tyrone turner. I met you at a protest outside of the white house. What do you make of. What's happening right now. And how do you feel about president. Biden's decision to go ahead with pulling out. Us forces despite the chaos that we're seeing on the ground right now. I am very very disappointed. I am hurt. I'm confused and as is half of america. you know were. There are veterans who served in afghanistan. Their government contractors who served in afghanistan being an afghan citizen in a us citizen myself in my my heart. And i'm my heart belongs to both. And i'm loyal to both countries and it hurts to see president biden and make a decision that is not only impacting against citizens against civilians and afghan allies. But also the american population the american veterans. The american government contractors. A lot of people. Want to help. What can people do particularly non afghans. Who might not be able to assist with translation. Yes we have a campaign going right now. It's a grassroots campaigns a local afghan Dc lawyer created it with her husband text crisis to five to eight eight six or afghan to five to eight eight six. There's a link that will come you fill it out. Takes fifteen seconds with your personal information a list of representatives will populate in your jurisdiction then Drafted letter immediately. Goes to all of their offices and really. It's nothing political. It's just really helped. Evacuate the allies you promised and sent humanitarian help for those women and children whose lives are now at risk. Another way to help Would be to really reach out to your local mosques and mas jets there the islamic organisations in the communities that are helping resettled refugees. These families who will have wishlist who will need transportation. A mentor ship jobs. I know there's a big need for hiring in america right now restaurants specifically these atkins that are coming here. They speak english giving them. Just an opportunity. Would mean the world to them. Afghan-american human rights activists. miriam moustapha. Thank you so much for joining us today. Thank you so much for having me and raising awareness on afghanistan..

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"moustapha" Discussed on How To Cut It in the Hairdressing Industry

How To Cut It in the Hairdressing Industry

03:04 min | 9 months ago

"moustapha" Discussed on How To Cut It in the Hairdressing Industry

"So so far jazz. You've got one in the now. Got one in sarah moustapha you hound got any team yet right the greatest ever hair colorist so lee. You angelo seminar. Sarah you went sophia hilton. Moustapha you went. Andy humphries jazz. You went sophia hilton. Now i've got to be on his. I think i'm going to rule out angelo on that straight off. 'cause actually had a lot of work of his was by colorist at he has color is working for him. His color is beautiful. But i that's more god. And he has nathan now but like say had eduardo heat and a lot of his color work so that was easy. Outweigh we've angelo. Sophia hilton came in twice. I can staffing for recent times. Sophia hilton her. What she has done she really grabbed what was happening out. There innovates rainbow room brew males and own that shenanigans absolutely. She set the world afire with color. Nothing but not another salon. Created a brand new there. So i could understand but i just think from a classic named tom com by. I'm going go with any humphreys. I think she was a wonderful colorist on that. So moustapha you are going to get that and karen newman. There's another great dna Great color work over the time. That does just visionary. I'm trying to think of yeah. Anti humphries is gonna go into our how to cut it. Greatest ever had team of all time so so far sarah. You the only one who hasn't gotten team yet you saw come on. Don't worry we're coming onto number full day. I kind of have to not worry because it may be the case right now is cadre for this. Is the greatest black hair natural texture hairstylist lee with douglas sarah desma murray moustapha rick roberts jazz michelle thomson old great names. They're all i think. Rick roberts of recent times has really done very special in that category screener a grind put in their desmond equally And arrow yeah But very down the middle on that day they go to both sides of the hairdressing sphere. I think they don't really need down as you said michelle thompson who i think has really carved out her reputation in black natural textured hair. I think for that reason. I'm going to go with jazz on this one again. I'm going to give michelle thompson. I think that's a really good show. You happy with everybody..

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"moustapha" Discussed on How To Cut It in the Hairdressing Industry

How To Cut It in the Hairdressing Industry

04:43 min | 9 months ago

"moustapha" Discussed on How To Cut It in the Hairdressing Industry

"I'll just say that's why he's the greatest address. Votes are cutting thing. You're going to be a purist and that's why when you're cutter you not the guys. Hairdresser votaw swallowing. We've come because onto believe he's pure cuts law. There's nothing i'm nobody would say anything else. Trevor you could on the pretty much any discipline in harassing corrine. Monty should came in there. I said unsee moscow. Lo who's created a half eight. Tim har lee markes. Conic cuts us. He built that night Jp mozelle walk right geno. Great stuff you say. Nobody die of the coney cancun gone. Isn't it moustapha. Sorry decision my trevor. Sobe has gone into that. Look we make us in a minute right. So we're gonna move on to men's greatest ever men's hairdresser slash above so li yuen kevin which sarah simon schule moustapha. You went. Tom chapman jess. You went jamie stevens. There's good names there. How can i can understand the reasoning behind many of them. Having kevin lukman has really come on going onto he's the most or rounded headdress of them off as a great barba and he can do. The salonga had jody. Taylor was a name. The i could quite easily put into daffy he's a great mentor. Dale head watkins. Many of you may not know him but he is a phenomenal. Men's hairdresser as he could have gone into that cut in could obtain as stacey borodin. Bruton brelzer do you know these names. You know what a haircut at that guy was. That'd be united lee. Stafford hasn't gone into any days by the way but does could be released there. I think he didn't stall the greatest head cutter. I think the timing source slept since some of his work on there it was beautiful. Seen him do stuff from my head.

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"moustapha" Discussed on Reveal

Reveal

02:03 min | 10 months ago

"moustapha" Discussed on Reveal

"And it's a way of washing their hands of responsibility. The way that discrimination happens. Racism happens is never by accident it's either by design Or it's baked into the system for generations you can see the impact of those disparities here in north sacramento. Where vida church used to be for pastor alex standing in front of his shuttered church. The memories flood back. We use all of that space for those large halloween events. We'd fill it up with jump houses. It was really neat because people would come from all the community and you know be able to hang out with us thought of being a lot of memories. Vida church is still broke but pastor. Alex is trying to get resources together. So they can begin to hold services. I in people's homes and then hopefully at a more permanent location. Sarah mize's tan is the race and equity reporter for cap radio in sacramento. Her story was edited by aaron glance and was part of a collaboration cap radio. Npr's california newsroom. The show was also edited. By brett myers and cynthia rodriguez our production manager aiming moustapha help produce the show and i was the lead producer this week reveals mohammed al illu provided data analysis on our akron eviction story. Grace oldham helped out with additional research and nina martin was the digital editor. Thanks to james miller at the dupont manual magnet high school in louisville victoria baranovsky is our general counsel score and sound design by jim briggs and fernando arruda. They had helped this week from stephen scone. And claire mullet our digital producer. Sarah merck our interim ceo is anti shabelle..

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"moustapha" Discussed on Radio Negoziante Pro

Radio Negoziante Pro

05:10 min | 11 months ago

"moustapha" Discussed on Radio Negoziante Pro

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Arsenal's Terrible Day

ESPN FC

05:23 min | 2 years ago

Arsenal's Terrible Day

"Leboeuf Shack Hissel and Craig Burley with Craig. Let's start showing with to city against also. It went pretty much exactly as you would expect it to. Well Yeah McCullough. Expecting such Leandra and bring David Luiz on, but you know dovid Louise was form. It was a sham books Listen I. Don't think this would been macchia game to be quite frank. Eleven v Eleven I think it was heading. That way anyway has mistaken any sending all just optional. Final Nail Nicole Fan. We said it before the lockdown to. Red in the face off no need. A massive overhaul got some good young kids wrote some decent young kids become law deadwood they're. Dead Wood on big money and tetter at needs to get a heck of a job. He's gotten his hands. Talk to me about victories. Well, it's it's. It's sad. Because when you're a defender, you don't WanNa. See that say so pulling in another way because we know that concede for penalties and was in you is the most player was involving bigger zeroes in? Enduring during the premier league season, so you Saad and now I was rather talk about the Brune was read the man of the match, but it's true that he made two big mistakes were alone Manchester your city to score two goals and I think he doesn't see a stunning. He made the hour. We can see him turning and realizing that. Rhyme sterling just beyond him. I always thought that the. Devotees was a good player. A great player, but none of defender is is is a midfield player. It doesn't want to make sure that. You defend well first, and then you think about enjoying life. It's it's. It's what you have to do I. Function when your defender. You make sure you clear. The books need to play with the ball. Saka it. How would you feel if? Teammate, considering you comes on, and does all of this. I really don't know at. This discussion about about Louis well, if not every weekend. To. Protect. It was an opportunity for him. You lose to play through injury. No you stabbed Lewis comes in and does as he does. I can say tongue-in-cheek, maybe Louise not being available for the next three weeks kind of balancing out because he's been that poor at least i. Wouldn't have to answer to those upstairs as to why he's leaving DABID Luigia, manny to call on on some of the is young and up and coming players, but it's not the started also wanted surprise surprise. You have to put this behind. You somehow asked on are leaving everybody scratching and scratching their heads as their how they can be this. Let let that Don. Let. Let's cut through most of here. David Luiz. Full. Right back the problem Moustapha. Football Club was an argument to say shock should fit because not good enough, also just about to get to shift that football club, but some clone give him a three hundred thousand plus a week contract. Right for a guy who's been liability. By signs the mid by decisions. Right that's the bottom line, young and experienced manager WHO's been in the game a long time, but not in management and he's left with us. And he's going to be questioned. And Haste. Underline. I mean what the Hell was wrong. I mean it's essentially again. He's carrying a knock against it, but is he not a better option as good as catchy as a youngster? Is he a better option to be playing from the star? All these decisions football club need to be questioned, but Davidge and There was a story. Lose? A story twenty four hours ago. This is incredible. The Artisanal wanted to begin David Luiz in new contracts in them as a role model sit, there was a key part of helping. Just incredible, just incredible. They're not a bad word. Apples and deadwood. Sorry, they have this football club, and until the psalter until the alter the nothing more than mid table, mediocrity cranky mention. Arteta said after the game his decision not to include him in the squad tactical. I mean I've never heard anything so stupid. Normal life apart from that alarm going off the driving whoever that is. I just don't get I just don't it's not? Yes he wasn't going to play. Say and in a nutshell tells the story, right? Play, but at least if you've got a guy who can potentially change game if arsenal where to hold, it is zero zero for seventy five minutes or something like that that you could bring on, and he can maybe open the door, so don't tell me it's tactical. You making yourself look stupid, right? It's not tactical is a waste of space these days right but. But. They've lumbered themselves with this player. I would prefer of Mykola out and said you know what I'm not GonNa get from our tests or what I need, so if left him in London of left them. They are rather bring the kids. I would respect more. He said that, but don't come out and tell his AAC tactical because that's nonsense

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"moustapha" Discussed on Cell Culture Dish Podcast

Cell Culture Dish Podcast

06:54 min | 2 years ago

"moustapha" Discussed on Cell Culture Dish Podcast

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"moustapha" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

06:50 min | 3 years ago

"moustapha" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Their schedule outside the SEC. Do you think that teams in the SEC across the country are challenging themselves enough to get prepared for the season and to compete in that conversation gang into the final four because the big ten schools. Do a good job of having outside competition early in the season and to not play the quote cupcake teams. Yeah. Well, I. You know, I was a cupcake team at one point at one and eleven and then we didn't become a Cup cupcake cupcake team in three years so you schedule so far out in advance. You don't know who's really going to be good at that point who's not. But I'm a huge advocate of everybody being on the same level of nine game conference schedule. I'm a huge advocate of that. We talk about non conference we talked about scheduling this person that person if we go to nine games, I think it solves a lot of issues 'cause you can compare apples to apples. I think sometimes right now, we're comparing apples to oranges, and I don't know if that's necessarily fair to I think one game in conference can make a difference. Yes. Because there's your extra game that you're talking about. But but whatever rules are people are always going to tip those scales to hopefully, favor them the best. They possibly can if you're gonna play a big time game against the big time opponent out of conference. You see it's usually at the beginning of the year. Right. Because teams feel they can recover at the end enough with the body of work still get in you rarely see that at the end of the year. So. But again, I'm a huge advocate of nine games. I think to be able to put people in a playoff where it selected and if the best four teams not ranked one through four his two four best teams, and then you're talking about conference champions, not conference champions. I think nine games cleared up. It's cleared it up a lot in the big ten. I think with the nine games. We're obviously on Chicago. What's it like recruiting in the mid west and trying to bring those kids to Minnesota? Well, you know, we're we are in the mid west. And that's where we're gonna focus the first and foremost is the midwest. And so, you know, I'm from Chicago from Illinois, we focus a lot in that area. But we like to look at also the eight hour eighty s around the twin city area. And then we'll go national for who we need to go national with. But it's a huge part of our lifeline huge part of what we do. We've got so many mid west kids on our on our football team. And we're proud of that coach thanks for joining us. We really appreciate it. Appreciate you guys rowboats game gophers. Thanks a lot. That's PJ flack from Minnesota. He's the head coach for the golden gophers. He joined crisp dollar earlier this week. It was on Friday during the day on radio row brought to you by Westwood One. And you can hear the national championship game from Westwood One right here on ESPN one thousand tomorrow night. I'm still trying to figure out what he said at the end there. I know he said, I know said row the boat said go gophers. Yeah. I think that happened. Okay. But I don't know what was in the middle. It's like skies something. Yeah. Like sky you limit. No, no. It's they're saying. So so what happened is this row? The boat is from when he was at western Michigan now. But that's his brand he trademarked. It didn't. He he probably tried. Right. Does. He have does have the patent for. It is is that something you're going to ask if he's in the shark tank. I'm going to ask a rebel. But Minnesota the golden gophers they have their own. I know so that's they're saying so before he got there. They had a saying. Hey, no now, he does. Bowl says it so fast. I know he's got Woody is everything going, and when I when you told them I was an Alabama fan. Do he he was staring daggers through like I I was like sorry apologized. I didn't know what to do. I felt bad when we get back to Chicago. I'm gonna have to sift through that interview. Yeah. And cut out the life lessons that he gave us throughout interviewers as just little snippets because he was given us all kinds of stuff that we just think in chew on for a day and live your life in a more, pop fashion. We interviewed a ton of coaches and analysts you can hear them all at ESPN some somewhere on the app just find it of. And they're all podcast the most intense. Lamar the most intense handshake of the weekend speech PJ flick by far by far the most intense handshake stares at you. I shakes hand. That's a man. Yeah. I mean, listen, listen. He's berry intense. Yeah. Understand why it works. Well, for college football setting like I understand why he's successful. I understand why at his age. He's worries that and there's no doubt that at some point. He's going to have a bigger school like like Minnesota's gonna win and then eventually PJ flex going to be the guy who balances to that next. You know, blue bloods are used all the time for college basketball conversations. And but the heavy hitters of college football that's PJ flex bounce to somewhere like that. And it's going to be sooner than later. He won't be at Minnesota. I wanted to one I wanted to run through a wall after he shook my hand imagine if he's sitting down my couch trying to recruit me what I wanna do. I mean, I'm going to that school. Yes. In the big ten you're not a football player. I know. But if I was I would you can't bench. We talked about we talked about this yesterday. We tried to pick out which Ted school. We'd go to if we had to go to a big ten so as we're watching the Texas Tech in Michigan state basketball game where they just kind of punted to each other for the first thirty. That's basically what it was. It felt like a bad football game of dollar. And I were ranking if we went back like to age seventeen. Yeah. What big ten schools we would want to go to based on like all these different criteria. And then we were making tears like there was a one tier which we put Iowa Michigan state in the one tier? Yes. And then the second tier was like, Wisconsin Michigan. Nebraska made it into that here, which was interesting. So we had a lot of fascinating conversation as the college basketball game was going on as well. My number one was Michigan. But I know I can't get in there. So that's automated taken down and like I do like the sub where like not it's tier three. It's it's for me. I know I know damn well, I couldn't get into if I tried. So that's why Vichy state and Iowa were number one get into the school. That was your your at Michigan. And then I brought up northwestern, and we look date. I mean, maybe if I wanted to go back now because my sister, graduated from there could be like, hey, I don't think so that how it works. 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"moustapha" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

02:19 min | 3 years ago

"moustapha" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Iraq, if my producer, and I've listened some Marshall Tucker band in the back remember that. Yeah. That's my wheelhouse. We were talking about summer fest. I think it had to be like in the early eighties late, seventies Marshall Tucker band. Yes. That's the song. We were playing. I love that stuff. I I miss that stuff country. Rock was amazing. The seventies. It was their salvation from disco. Exactly. Right. Really BG's dance. Give me some eagles stat. So today's by Friday, I'm heading out to Vegas after noon. So we're gonna have some fun with that Steve rules world today. The March madness edition some some nuggets about March madness. How much is wagered workplace productivity, and you guys talked about a little bit about that this week. I'm looking forward to a fun trip. But before we get to that we have a show to do starts after the news right now, it's eight thirty one from the WTMJ breaking news center. Here is Jane Matenaer governor either says he wants to boost Wisconsin's unemployment benefits and eliminate some requirements in order to qualify. The changes included in his budget would raise the maximum rate for unemployment benefits from three seventy two four hundred and six dollars per week. The governor wants to eliminate among other requirements the state's one week waiting period in order to qualify. Wisconsin supreme court candidates, Brian Hagedorn and Lisa Neubauer defending past actions that had become fodder for criticism during the campaign both appeared at a debate on Tuesday. They're both currently state appeals court judges that will square off in the air. April. Second election Hagedorn is an evangelical Christian and says his personal religious views have no bearing on how he acts as a judge Hagedorn criticized Neubauer for attending a climate March in two thousand seventeen a father and son who fled the civil war in Syria for the safest country in the world have been buried as the first funerals for victims of the massacre at two mosques in New Zealand on Friday, Khalid Moustapha and his fifteen year old son moved their family to new to New Zealand just last year time for the WTMJ, Drake and associates market update at the opening bell. The Dow down a sixty two at twenty five thousand eight twenty four the NASDAQ is down two at seventy seven twenty one. The s&p is down four at twenty eight twenty seven. Take a look at the roadways checking with Debbie Lazaga. All right, Jane, so far we are actually looking good ninety four eastbound, we're just got a tap of the brakes between the zoo and downtown about an eight minute ride there. Westbound side's gone back to normal seventeen.

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"moustapha" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

01:53 min | 3 years ago

"moustapha" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"Boeing is under the microscope. I'm Dave Anthony, Fox News. The transportation secretary wants answers Chow with asking the department's inspector general to audit. The FAA's certification of the Boeing seven thirty-seven max eight the aircraft has been grounded by the FAA following two deadly crashes of the max eight in less than five months. Fox's Jared Halpern. One of those crashes was in Indonesia and October. Bloomberg reports on the flight the day before that lion air disaster. The same problem happened the plane going up and then down an off-duty pilot was on board helped the crew figure out the problem and stabilize the plane the next day. A different crew was unable to and crashed into the Java c a sheriff's deputies shot dead last night in Washington state and a Kittitas city police officer wounded when both crashed and chased rather chased the driver who refused over then opened fire. The police officer has been airlifted to Harborview medical center in Seattle. That officer has a gunshot wound to the leg and is going to survive. The suspect was shot. That suspect is alive at the Kittitas valley hospital that suspect Bush shot in the head. That's David Rosa, FOX affiliate q thirteen very the first victims of the fifty murdered in the to Christ's church. New Zealand mosques. Fox's Simon Owen monitoring live from London. Eighteen hundreds of people attending the first funerals. Among those buried Khalid Moustapha and his fifteen year old son hams at he came to an easy to disrupt escaping serious civil war that deaths reference to the news briefing by prime minister, just into dead. And I cannot tell you how it is to know that family came here for safety and for refuge. And they should have been safe year. Six victims were buried today with more expected during the week, Dave Simon funding persist across the midwest. Still could get worse. Nebraska, Iowa's several states have communities and farmland underwater,.

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"moustapha" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

02:43 min | 3 years ago

"moustapha" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"One of the best. In North Carolina. Download. Extended his leg down slipped some perspiration on the floor and got quiet awfully quickly, perspiration or not. Or the fact that the sneaker just buckled and split, whatever. It was. He suffered a mild knee sprain. That was Tim Brando and Mike Jim in ski on Ray com. Sports he left thirty six seconds in did not return. Here was his coach Mike chef ski with the status afterwards. The injury would sign obviously, you know, the very first things just address that. It's mild knee sprain. And so not sure how much time he will miss. But definitely about a week. We do know that at least that's what coach case games they have between now. And now, I don't know. But most of these conferences usually two games a week. So I would say right around two or three. Maybe here's ROY Williams after the Winnie got thirty from Luke maye. He got twenty six from Cameron Johnson. But also notes. Big game changes a lot of stuff for the it did. And she chef ski also said it was like adjusting on the fly without obviously having your star. So eighty eight seventy two the final for North Carolina. Michigan state did win seventy one sixty over. Rutgers was providence berry beating up your Saint John's seventy eight fifty six guy just lit up in this game point down by twenty five or twenty six points. And now all the good feelings are gone and does this loss. No jeopardize a potential. Bid. Now, they'll be fine. I mean, I in less they go in. They lose every game. Like that the rest of the way they got to against Xavier. They got Seton Hall, then maybe and then if they go out of the first game of the big east tournament than maybe, but it would take that type of catastrophic defeat. Now. Remember, this is the second time they've lost the providence. It's amazing that they swept Marquette, but then got swept by providence. So they do have some bad losses on their record at depaul to. But the the one that this this one is the worst because it came after Villanova, and they weren't missing anybody. See the depaul lost your Maury ponds didn't play the first providence loss. Moustapha Harun didn't play everybody played here and they were riding high after the Villanova win. And this is what you got Villanova lost again last night, Georgetown, twelve points. Right. Also, you mentioned Xavier and Seton Hall or the hall down one with the ball late with Gary Cohen on the scene hall. IMG network gets back. Eight seconds how backing his way and triple tape. How often wing Reynolds Reynolds lead? No, good offensive rebound. From behind the backboard. The game is over save.

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"moustapha" Discussed on ESPN FC

ESPN FC

03:48 min | 3 years ago

"moustapha" Discussed on ESPN FC

"He was certainly seemed to be pretty mobile lot. Celebrate you re tweaked. It celebrate in the go. Yeah. The best thing I was on the first one he had he had these one of these fees. You're doing your massage on the food. And then she jumped out of the the sofa and those fees are probably thought oh, come on. Man. Have just been like an hour. You know? No, you have to do it again. So yeah, they was good to see that kind of spirit from neymar. Yeah. By celebration. Wouldn't that lucidity sleep? Bobo? He's probably tragedy. It wasn't this feet to stop it. Tell us. He actually gone down leading. Horizontal position then she went vertical when he was celebrating was doing one leg celebration that was. Okay. And it's a respectable job. I'm not pointing the finger at it at all whatsoever. Somebody's gotta do it. Right. Going size neymars feet going on. Dick. Dick is the provider of our next question. Kayla who says shouldn't go Canty speak-out against being moved from the position in which he was extremely successful. Should he speak? Oh, that's not good. I mean, not speak out. You can go and have a quad we were manager. But it's because I'm suggested dick is meaning goods impress. They something new never in favor of that. Plenty of people have been speaking out on his behalf. He joined that chorus. No, it's not that's not his job. However, if Saturday were to come up to him or anybody come up to him and say something along the lines of we need more productivity out of you at that point. You say, you know, what Saint no I'm the best best best defensive midfielder in the world. And you have me playing out. Here's a reser some sort of inverted right winger some sort of position that is not my best in. This is not what I do. Best is not where I can maximize my potential as your fault is no mine. He's doing did. You say I mean, everybody in the world knows what it should be playing. The one guy that doesn't realize it. It's the gover-. And sarah. You may pay the price over been any murmurings in France Julian about to go look Kennedy's mental state in the moment or is willingness to speak out. No, no, not. No. Because that's not hate me. We'd never do that. In a million years. You know, even think address with sorry. That's no, he's tired. He will keep doing what. Sorry asking to do. And he would try to do to the best of his ability. Sorry can ask him to bless good keeper. And he would go and play as goalkeeper and give his best the him. Speaking out in the price or off the record for for them. He's you know, he's always point of view being till return that would never happen. And again, I I really don't think he's he's the one knocking at the door of the manager and saying can either worried about my position that's gonna vanita. He he's at soldier is a soldier, even if he's not happy playing what he wishes why believe he was doing and we'd never confront anyone about it. That Moustapha moving on his Manchester City being in full competitions, a good thing. I don't know. Why wouldn't be thing? You're winning. You're there to win trophies success is a good thing. I guess the. Possible counterpoint would be while. So they want to win the Champions League Rava competitions going to be a distraction. But. When you start rotating and thanking that okay, I'm gonna volley this competition over the other because you're underestimating the other competition doesn't guarantee that you're gonna win..

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"moustapha" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

03:19 min | 3 years ago

"moustapha" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"Resident Lanny stuttered is taking it all in. Hey, hey, you get used to it lot flares just have long underwear. Then you have good pants shirts. Good liners when proof shell CBS news update. I'm Jim Taylor. Newsradio eight forty W H A S to perspective and Sherry Preston. Despite advances in medicine childbirth remains an area fraught with potential danger to mother and child the risks are deadly for women and their babies during childbirth, even in the United States ABC news chief medical correspondent, Dr Jennifer Ashton has more on the story. It should be one of the most joyous moments in life the birth of a new baby. But for far too many women in the United States, especially women of color and their families. It's not joy, they're experiencing but heartache complications and even death when I checked, you know, like, okay, go back home. Everything is fine. Women like Fantasia Graham, and I knew deep down in my heart. Everything was not fine. Because my body English is giving up like so much. I was at my grandma's house. And you know, getting ready for school of saw like blood to buy go-to hospital. Like now when I got there they did off, Sal, and they told me that they didn't hear a heartbeat. Fantasia is one of several women whose experiences featured in this month's National Geographic shining, a light on the risks of giving birth in the United States. A stark reality Moustapha knows all too. Well, I father to four-month-old sin. He beams with pride as he shows off the nursery he and his partner designed. Everything was to me the name on the wall. His crib everything. But now all of this just reminders of the life. They could have shared. Great mother task for her so bad about this situation. His partner thirty eight year old to Michel Dickey died during labor tell me about to me. Karen person her pregnancy had been going, well, she was not high risk and had been regularly going to her prenatal visits. But during labor to me, she began having trouble breathing within minutes. She went into cardiac arrest doctors performed a bedside emergency c section to try to save her and the baby but for two media. It was too late. She came out and told me sorry. Broke down. She died of an amniotic fluid embolism and often fatal complication that occurs in one out of every ten thousand pregnancies. We don't know why it happens or how to prevent it among developed countries. The United States has the highest rate of maternal death every year. There are an estimated sixty thousand serious obstetric complications and approximately seven hundred deaths either during or soon after pregnancy. An estimated sixty percent of those deaths are considered preventable. The United States of America in two.

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"moustapha" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

07:01 min | 3 years ago

"moustapha" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"I was surprised we haven't had more call this one out of CBS Baltimore story from York, Pennsylvania, the Glatt fell to community center at sprinkled drive, north of York, Pennsylvania. And this is the I believe this is, you know, everyone has these emotional support animals now, this is the first emotional support alligator joy Henny host of joy hanney's outdoors, which preview. Ran on ESPN outdoors in the nineteen nineties. And now takes his gator as an emotional support gator. He's a four and a half foot long emotional support gator with razor sharp teeth that Jerry Henny likes to travel with. That's he's called Wally. You see them at the airports now people for those of us who think, you know, the TSA line can really get long long enough. It'd be what can we think of to make it long enough? I've got the emotional support animals they like to take along with them. Ever since by the way, ever since Trump called MS thirteen animals. I was taken emotional support MS thirteen gang member along with me when I'm on a plane, you'd be surprised how it usually clears the line people sound, I no worry about me. I'll sit in the back, and it it actually makes things a lot a lot easier. So if you're looking for an emotional support animal, you can't do much better much more effective. I think an MS thirteen taken MS thirteen gang member on your next United flight, it it'll suddenly make the experience a lot more pleasant. I wanted to touch go back. We talk about with came about. The way Kevin McCarthy. The Republican establishment has been so eager to throw Steve king under the bus and get rid of him. And the the issue the issue is that if you if you if you press against the boundaries of conversation. That you have permitted in America. Then they they will call you racist. And that that applies to anything to do with immigration. I don't even when I talk. He Steve king is interested in demography. I'm interested in demography to and sometimes does actually involve two different races. Two types of the same race in Turkey. The re people wonder what happened to Moustapha Kamel Camelot, what happened to his vision of tacky is a modern secular state now it's under other one. And it's Islam is fast. That's the demographics story. The the the western chemist tax were out bread by the eastern. Traditionally Muslim Turks from the great rural heartland of Turkey who eventually all spilled into the west and cities and voted them demography is destiny. So there's nothing racist about that. There's two different kinds of tax. There were like pro-secular pro camel tax in mainly in the eastern part of the country. And then devoutly Muslim Turks in the vast eastern hinterland of the country the difference between western turkeys and ducks. So you don't even need to make it a racist thing, you can say it in a lot of different. It doesn't need to be. It doesn't need to be a racist thing. The in Bosnia. There's no racial difference between the Muslims and the Christians, and if you've ever been in Mostar in Bosnia, they all they all got along quite well until the war broke out. And they all suddenly started saying who Akbar and killing each other. And they eventually blew up the great fantastic. Looking medieval I went to mustard met some people who'd had to flee Marston Stein. And got me interested in the pay. So it is isn't a racist thing. But the left wants to shut down conversation on anything that matters. So we talk about stuff the doesn't matter and that's particularly true on immigration. So you can you can you can be in favor of anything on immigration. You can now will pretending they're interested in technological aspects of immigration, if those technological aspects what does so there, you know, she's she was talking Nancy Pelosi was talking about a kind of robot dog that can tell whether you go guns drugs in the car. That's actually that's actually customs snotty immigration immigration is about whether you as a person admitted to the country the stuff in the car, the guns and the drugs, and the kinder- eggs and all the other stuff that the United States bands customs. So so she's talking about something irrelevant. But even if you were to accept it on her terms and say, oh, yes, I'm into this great technology that can tell the difference between when you when the car comes across whether you're an undocumented Honduran or indirect, and it's it's a census. So we don't need walls. If they were if she the minute you started taking that seriously. They would be calling you a racist. The pulling tests to shrivel the conversation. So that nobody wants to talk about the subject, nobody that's where that's where immigration comes in that it's becomes problematic to and as I said. I don't even wanna make it on a race issue in all the places I've lived, I it's it's actually never been in in Quebec. For example, there were tensions between Anglo Canadians and Franco Canadians Americans contel franco-canadian from Anglo Canadians. They all thing that just Canadian wimps in general. So they'll no interest in the distinctions between them nobody can tell the difference between Irish partisans and Irish Catholics, but the big bunch of one group killed a big bunch of the other group. I decades in decades app, you can have huge problems from people you can't tell apart. It's not a rich immigration, immigration migration, settlement social tranquility there. They are things that transcend just the color of your skin. So in order not to have to talk about it all these things. I love the the Steve king thing is great media matters. You know, the George Soma site they they used to I used to talk about them. The look is they used to have. Have two guys called. I think they were called Zachary or Jeremiah one school Zachary once called Jeremiah and they used to listen to this show. They were paid to listen to this show, and basically type out my cheap jokes. And then pretend to be outraged about them, and I always used to link to those websites because I thought it was it saved me hiring a stenographer tabs Zachary in Jeremiah paid by George Soros to type my jokes. Thanks a lot George.

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"moustapha" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

10:37 min | 3 years ago

"moustapha" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"I was surprised we haven't had more call Sobat this one out of CBS Baltimore story from York, Pennsylvania, the Glatt fell a community center at sprinkled drive, north of York, Pennsylvania. And this is the I believe this is, you know, everyone has these emotional support animals. This is the first emotional support alligator joy Henny host of joy, hanney's outdoors. Which previously ran on ESPN outdoors in the nineteen nineties. And now takes his gator as an emotional support gator. He's a four and a half foot long emotional support gator with razor sharp teeth that jury Henny likes to travel with. That's he's called Wally. You see them at the airports now people. For those of us who think you know, the TSA line can really get long long enough. It'd be what can we think of to make it long? Now, everyone's got the emotional support animals. They like to take along with them. Ever since by the way, ever since Trump called MS thirteen animals. I was taken emotional support MS thirteen gang member along with me when I'm on a plane, you'd be surprised how it usually clears the line people sound about me, I'll gun sit in the back, and they it actually makes things a lot a lot easier. So if you're looking for an emotional support animal, you can't do much better much more effective. I think than an MS thirteen taken MS thirteen gang member on your next United flight at titled suddenly make the experience a lot more pleasant. I wanted to touch go back. We talk about with came about. The way Kevin McCarthy. The Republican establishment has been so eager to throw Steve king under the bus and get rid of him. And the the issue the issue is that if you if you if you press against the boundaries of conversation. That you are permitted in America. Then they they will call you racist. And that that applies to anything to do with immigration. I don't even when I talk about. He Steve king is interested in demography. I'm interested in demography to and you sometimes does actually involve two different races unit. Two types of the same race in Turkey. The re people wonder what happened to Moustapha Kamel Camelot, what happened to his vision of tacky is a modern secular state now it's under other one, and it's Islam ising. That's the demographics story. The the the western chemist tax were out bread by the eastern. Traditionally Muslim Turks from the great rural heartland of Turkey who eventually all spilled into the west and cities. And I voted them demography is destiny. So there's nothing racist about that. There's two different kinds of tax. There were like pro-secular pro camel talks in mainly in the eastern part of the country. And then devoutly Muslim Turks in the vast eastern hinterland of the country the difference between western turkeys and Duckie. So you don't even need to make it a racist thing you can sit in a lot of different. It doesn't need to be. It doesn't need to be a racist thing. They will the in Bosnia. There's no racial difference between the Muslims and the Christians, and if you've ever been in Mostar in Bosnia, they all they all got along quite well until the war broke out. And they all suddenly started saying, Allahu Akbar and killing each other. And they eventually blew up the great fantastic. I went to Moscow met some people who'd had to flee Ma Stein and got me interested in the pie. So it is isn't a racist thing. But the the the left wants to shut down conversation on anything that matters. So we talk about stuff the doesn't matter and that's particularly true on immigration. So you can you can you can be in favor of anything on immigration. You can now that will pretending they're interested in technological aspects of immigration, if those technological aspects so that. You know, she's she was talking Nancy Pelosi was talking about a kind of robot dog that can tell whether you go guns or drugs in the that's actually that's actually customs not immigration immigration is about whether you as a person admitted to the country the stuff in the car, the guns and the drugs, and the kinder- eggs and all the other stuff that the United States bands is a customs issue. So so she's talking about something irrelevant. But even if you were to accept it on her terms and say, oh, yes, I'm into this great technology that can tell the difference between when you when the car comes across whether you're an undocumented Honduran or indirect, and it's a it's a census. So we don't need wools. If they were if she the minute you started taking that seriously. They would be calling you a racist. The pulling is to shrivel the conversation. So that nobody wants to talk about the subject, nobody that's where that's where immigration comes in that it's becomes problematic to and as I said. I don't even wanna make it on a race issue in find all the places I've lived it's it's actually never been in in Quebec. For example, there were tensions between Anglo Canadians and Franco Canadians Americans contel Franco Canadians from Anglo Canadians. They all think they'd just Canadian wimps in general. So they'll no interest in the distinctions between them nobody can tell the difference between I wish I wish Catholics, but the big bunch of one group killed a big bunch of the other group by decades in decades app. You can have huge problems from people you can't tell apart. It's not a rich immigration, immigration migration, settlement social tranquility there. They are things that transcend just the color of your skin. So in order not to have to talk about it all these things. I love the the Steve king thing is great media matters. You know, the George Soma site they they used to I used to talk about them. The look is they used to have. Have two guys called. I think they were called Zakariya Jeremiah one school Zachary once called Jeremiah and they used to listen to this show. They were paid to listen to this show, and basically type out my cheap jokes. And then pretend to be outraged about them, and I always used to link to those websites because I thought it was it saved me hiring a stenographer tab Zachary in Jeremiah paid by George Soros Gitai, Pat, my jokes. Thanks a lot George very useful service. They they've got like a piece Acharya Zachary in Jeremiah were let go but whoever's replace saccharine, Jeremiah, we're gonna police over at media matters talking about how I quoted Steve king on demography. They don't actually say what's wrong with what he said. A what I said or what Laura Ingram said or about a whole bunch of other. What rush said or any of these things they just they just want you to know that they're monitoring you talking about it. And they don't want you to talk about it. And this is where I come back to the Republican establishment where does it serve conservative interests to make the phrase western civilization. A hate phrase. Why does it make sense to surrender that why don't you do what just once in awhile? Why don't you give it a go and see what? Try the Louis Farrakhan thing where he says the Jew is to blame for feminizing the black male. And you ask Obama to disassociate themselves as well. Somebody like that minister Farrakhan, does this minister Farrakhan does that they never do this. They never do this. And and and the negative forget Steve king. He's probably toast. He could've survived the New York Times. But he couldn't survive being thrown overboard by his own party. So forget him. He's probably touched. He doesn't deserve to be by the way. And it's actually a society where you can be destroyed and your entire life can be ruined. Because of an infelicitous, quote, you give to a newspaper and infelicitous tweet. That's actually, a deeply evil society. I don't know who would want to live in one. We just do one little itsy-bitsy thing in your life is ruined your life is over. But forget Steve king. His because the mound of corpses of all this these this this kind of shaming is getting quite high now and the Republicans took the opportunity to virtue signal, I mentioned Liz Cheney, and then you see the leadership and all the rest of it. I wanna know though. Okay. With phone Steve king over the tariffs. And his body is landed splat on the cobblestones way below and he's dead and they're scraping. And what's left of him off, the cobblestones, and he's gone. He's in the garbage cana- history. What does conservatism have to show making western the the the two word expression, western civilization problematic. What is conservatism have to show for for for actually confirming that it is dangerous to raise subjects such as national sovereignty and immigration. And what does your base design the base that decided in two thousand sixteen the Jeb? When he was talking about illegal immigration as an active love, the Jeb didn't quite do it for them on immigration. The they they were looking for someone who would talk about immigration from its impact on the people who were already here. What does making the phrase western civilization? A hate phrase actually do for conservatism come to that house leadership. What do you actually do for conservatives? Now, I think about it Mark Stein for rush. We will take your calls straight ahead. You're listening to the e I b network..

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"moustapha" Discussed on Talk Is Jericho

Talk Is Jericho

03:47 min | 3 years ago

"moustapha" Discussed on Talk Is Jericho

"What is your what is your background? So my dad is vox on. Okay. Mama's from India. And I was born here in steaks dodges have a nice little mostly coastal background. Which is what the? They're looking for especially with Pakistan. I think are you the only Pakistan wrestler that we know of. That's yeah. That's in WVU. I'm the only one of a buck background. I whenever so let me ask you this when you're gonna go, and and pick a name, and you choose Moustapha Lee, you know, in this day and age instantly. You're thinking like kind of like, some kind of terrorist type of gimmick was that cat's name that was here back in two thousand with device brother Mohammad Mohammad Hassan, and Sean Davar. Yeah. There you go. So like, stop Lee. Now, you're picking this day, and this is not your actual name. So what's your mindset in in in choosing that name? So, you know, everything you said initially. That's exactly what I wanted to avoid when I first started out wrestling. And this kind of like it kind of shows you how like string of society is when I started wrestling. I was sixteen. You know, I I love I love wrestling. I want to entertain people all this stuff, and I go and get trained, and when it's you know, when they, you know side, okay? You're ready for a match and guess or thinking about a character? I was thinking, you know, this guy this guy, and they go. No, no, no, you're Muslim gotta be a bad guy. Wouldn't even have to be. They're like, no, we're gonna call. You Sheikh, Abdullah, something something, and you're gonna come out with, you know, a vast that looks like you have a bomb on you're gonna you're gonna threaten dizzy you. You're gonna drag the American flag, and I always like not terrified since like, you know, someone who are terrified. And since like, that's like, no, I don't wanna do that. Right. And I was in high school when nine eleven happened. So I didn't get like I think it bullied like I didn't get like treated differently. But I definitely felt people looked at me differently. And it was a time. You know, when nine eleven happened, obviously, everybody effected me, you know. No, I'm an American, you know, like, and I'm like, oh, my God people died like this is terrible. This is evil. So we would have his classroom discussions and people were encouraged to talk freely. And I always remember like kids were like kids. My friends were like, we gotta go overseas. And we've got gotta kill all of them kill all the Muslims. And I'm and I'm sitting. Right next to them. I'm like holy like, and I didn't get mad at them because I could understand their mindset of like they're tuning into the TV and all their sing is anyone has a Muslim like name that looks like a Muslim presentative evil. So they're gonna associate that with bad evil as I don't wanna push that agenda and be a part of that. So I I refuse to do that type of character initially, I as a K I wrote a high flying. I love Lucy libra, can I can I just put on a mask and pass myself off as a loser door. So everyone's like, I mean, you're going to do what you wanna do. So that's what I did for the first, you know, four or five years, I just put on a mask. I try to pretend to be like, you know, there's there's Lucia door. And and and obviously like the wrestling was fine. But there was no connection to the crowd. I was just the guy doing moves. You know, there's no there's no real personality behind. There's no connection. I actually ended up getting hurt broke my wrist, and I was out for a few months because. Have to wear like a forum cash silly. But I was just so frustrated with resting at that point. Because I you know, I'm not really breaking on the local bubble. Everyone keeps telling me, I don't have character. I need to work on this and eventually got con dot com. I got talked into how you decision with myself. And you know, here's a low point for me because I kinda like caved into the pressure of the guy..

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"moustapha" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

05:17 min | 3 years ago

"moustapha" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"Now, the Brian Kilmeade show. A news ninety six point five WDBO wanna make sure we get this, right? Did ISIS doesn't come back. And I applaud the president for reevaluating what he's doing. He hasn't changed his mind. But he's listening to a lot of good advice and President Obama never would do that. And you saw what happened when a president shuts people out this president's not shutting people out he has a goal in mind of reducing our presence share that goal. Let's just do it. Smartly. Why not Moaz Moustapha must have been reassured hearing that he's the executive director for the Syrian emergency task force spent a lot of his time going back and forth to the region. Moaz you now. Landed back in the United States actually Brian late last night from a ten day trip to the region along the southern and northern border Syria where I've been following very closely. What's going on? And and yes, it is a little bit reassuring to hear that. But I in conversation with the department of defense, I think it's important to note that until now they're still going by X order on the pullout. And so although there's a lot of good stuff out there. I'm very happy that the president is open and listening to advice from whether this type of grammar other advisors. We're still as the Saturday mentioned hasn't changed the mind on that pull out, and hopefully, you know, the president will will come to see that we need to do this a little bit more thoughtfully in a way. That does not let us lose. All amazing is that we've had on the ground back in DC today. So you would say the US has been I've heard the US have been remarkably effective with the two thousand troops because we're. Not really doing the fighting Spurs say, right? We're supporting advising. That's right. We have been incredibly effective to be on the two thousand or so American servicemen and women that we have on the ground have done miracles with a small non-combat force able to work with our partners on the ground to really push back on our main adversary. No reason namely continuing to finish off the you know, ISIS completely and pushing back on the Iranian threat that is poised to take all the areas that we would pull out from if we do that precipitously without without a longer plan. What was the reaction when the president made his initial remarks in Syria and the Turkish border. The reaction initially when when the remarks were made was fear from anyone that's allied with the United States fearing an uncertain future. Our Kurdish partners with an overwhelming force from Turkey where they have to now negotiate with that regime in Iran from with a lot lower leverage than they would have had otherwise, and then in terms of its Iran and Russia, we have been watching very closely. I mean, if you look at sort of Russo you're on the in the lions there, they've moved forces down to the central Euphrates river valley, really poised to to sort of force the Kurdish forces into a deal that would essentially give away a lot of land that we go directly to your on at the time when it came to ISIS, the fighting continues. I was just you know, I work closely with with our amazing women run at the department of defense. The next thing. Look, we're twenty one kilometers from the Iraqi border amount of land left that we can sort of the that we would take back from ISIS, and and have sort of a full much bigger sort of defeat of of of all of the physical caliphate has been defeated. But to get rid of the pocket, and it's really tough to be so close to completely, you know, destroying ISIS, and then have sort of down on such operation at the end of the day from our partners. There's a lot of fear from our enemies seem to feel a little bit more emboldened to go forward. But I I really want to know something important Brian. This president has had a great policy on Syria. He has struck back when chemical weapons have been used the United States have garnered huge amount of respecting the reason if you look at the last administration on the topic for the past eight years, let's administration gave away serious. So that your audience gave a blank check to the regime, just slaughter civilians and children, and and really. Had had a very sort of terrible policy on Syria. And so to see I think this president. I totally understand where he's coming from. I think this has been fantastic. But I think he looks at things in terms of what the return on our investment is. And I think the more that we that people can sort of brings to him the the understanding the return on investment for this very low cost low president forces on the ground Kim, can maybe help change his mind and reevaluate decision in terms of how we pull out and redo it. Yeah. I mean, nobody wants to be over there. But the amount of impact they're having sadly moas when we pulled out of Iraq. We've got ISIS and they were chopping off people's heads, and they would take him back about to take over that country. So we'll see where it stands. Now, we understand job. This is John Bolton is touring the region with the chairman of the joint chiefs of staff, here's what he said in Israel. We're going to.

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"moustapha" Discussed on AM 570 The Mission

AM 570 The Mission

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"moustapha" Discussed on AM 570 The Mission

"From three six nine of twelve from the free throw line, so Pontet thirty seven points, five assists, three rebounds in forty one minutes. Then we had fourteen points for Justin Simon seven of eleven shooting and he had nine rebounds. So we was a rebound shy of a double double knee at six assists in this game. Marfan Clarke had key threes late, but he had eleven points. Totally was four. Ten from the field. Three of eight out early foul. Trouble yet, three rebounds fouled out of this game. Moustapha Herron had twelve point five of eleven from the field. One of four from three one or two from the line Eljay Figueroa eleven points. Four seven from the field three or four from the free throw line and yet nine rebounds and six assists in this game keta had three points. Greg Williams junior had four and Brian triple had five including couple free throws and a three four Georgetown. They were led by the twenty five points at Jesse goal ban. We're looking at. Whatever. All right. I'll look at the second a twenty five points for fan night at twenty two shooting nine of twenty two six of eight from the field, the ten rebounds double doubles for goal van and Josh LeBlanc had four points and thirteen boards, seventeen points for James akin to thirteen for tomorrow picket at twelve points thirteen points from Alan hausky. And that basically was it ended up shooting? Fifty two percent from the field for the gate forty percent from three at sixty four percent from the free throw line. Georgetown, forty-one percent thirty percent from three and seventy five percent from the line and think on winter ninety seven ninety four and tonight's..

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Implementing first-ever global migration pact must involve public and private sector push

UN News

07:45 min | 3 years ago

Implementing first-ever global migration pact must involve public and private sector push

"This is Matt wells at UN news. Well, the private sector and civil society working in tandem, hold the biggest promise for making the first ever global compact on migration, a success for the countries who signed up, let's see opinion of topic Yussef the director of the Brookings Institution at Doha center in Qatar think tank focusing on this issue economic and political issues facing the Middle East more than one hundred and sixty governments adopted the non-binding packed at the two day conference in Marrakesh Morocco. Mr. Yussef who was a panelist there said helping migrants integrate into host communities need governments and businesses to work together. Speaking to Moustapha are Gamal in Marrakesh, Mr. Yussef explained how adoption of the compact boosts migrant rights around the world, today's dialogue focused on the role of partnerships and the role of innovations and translating a lot of the principals and the ideas contained in the pump and twenty -ality principles that emphasize. The economic empowerment of migrants that protection their safety the the need to gather information about flows about the numbers, the need to integrate them into society to the financial system into the training and education sectors. All of this cannot and will not be done by governments. It is too complex and too demanding a set of objectives and hints it is going to be the private sector and civil society. Whether it's nonprofits foundations community organizations. City governments all of them combined. And in fact, I would say they are already doing it. They're doing it. And a lot of my receiving countries for migrants, they're doing it in the field of employment training legal services healthcare. It's precisely those sets of initiatives partnerships and innovations in how we worked together to sort of the Meighan community that in my humble opinion, hold the biggest promise for what can be done after the adoption of this important compact are there any miss practices that would come to mind taken on by the private sector in regard to migraine financial inclusion of migrants, hyper an important area of interest and focus. It is precisely that technology developers working with startups in the financial. Services industry, and with other motor stab companies that are now offering solutions for migrants to become more integrated in the financial system to access banking accounts to be able to save and more importantly from the perspective of sending countries to able to also transmit remittances at at lower cost and to do this efficiently and to do it without all the traditional bureaucratic procedures, which either migrants are frightened bioch- don't have access to. So to the extent that the private sector is leading with innovations in the space of technology. They are already playing a bigger role than they should be encouraged and incentivize to do even more the private sector can advance their role further, you know, got chain, but us off communists, and trade unions and big large comp corporations that are employers who should. Adopt standards for worker safety fully income protection for non-discrimination and a host of things that will make migrants feel more. Welcome more protected and allow them to contribute, positively to the wellbeing not only of themselves and their families, but to their communities and to the countries that receive them in the countries that send them missile turkeys a few are based on the yes. It's known that the Gulf states in particular, the have this guarantor system, if how would that work now after the adoption of that global compact for migration, I think the adoption of the blowback comeback was further reinforced some of the very positive and promising initiatives that have been taken by a number of Gulf countries to liberalise a number of systems in place. That's regulate and tightly managed and maybe are seen as being overly burdensome for migrant workers in my humble opinion. Some of the initiatives already underway in number of countries to liberalise, the migration regime, and to to to prevent some of the practices that have become a a source of concern and criticism will be further reinforced countries will who have not adopted some of these initial steps. I would face now pressures to replicate what others have done and to do so in an orderly transparent way through legal processes, but we'll see a private sector. They're playing old and also a nongovernment sector, helping to disseminate information make would aware of their rights and the new system in place have been some also initiatives that have helped provide protections for workers incomes in a number of countries. He saw governmental let but they also have it acquired and have received the support of the private sector banks and financial services companies telecoms, for example, all of them. I think I think this Compaq by providing international legitimacy to migrant rights. Migrant needs will further incentivize governments and pushed them across the world. But especially in the countries that are were they are disproportionately represented, especially in the Gulf to do the right thing to move in the right direction and to complete the steps that that taken so far. So we've seen number of countries who refuse to come and sit at the table on the compact, what do you think of that? I think it's mixed but sense, given the polarization that migration as a phenomenon as a process as as I said about comes has created in a number of political context around the world right now just in America. But also in Europe, and in other developing countries, there is a backlash against no just globalization. But also the movement of of people now and given the emotions of right-wing political. Parties and their ascendants, and how they've contaminated political discussion on migration, it would only be natural that some governments will feel that elected hesitant or a fully find themselves against the objectives. And the aspirations of this compact, this might be temporary phenomena migration is has been around for a very long time. It will continue to be our round it will outlive. Many of the governments in place that have rejected this compact, and I think that extend that the world has come together. Now in the numbers in the strength and has adopted a set of very important principles and guidelines other countries will join ultimately at some point.

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