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"muhammad" Discussed on Larry Wilmore: Black on the Air
"Was not good. Yeah like or for so long if the if the most famous black dr king is saying something like but you know what they go along i mean have you ever seen king crackup yes. Yeah then with. It scares the hell out of him because he gets too close. He puts his arm around him and kinda grows him. And and i've never. I mean i've never i've seen king crackup once at a dick gregory joke but i had never seen him cracked up so much unexpectedly with all the entourage bind also cracking up after they meet in louisville and they're having a joint press conference and and just unbelievable refunding about what he said. Oh white people get together all the time and you think that you know cruise ships and you know whatever and i wonder if they talked about that issue you know. Oh i think. They talked about opposition to the war. That's what they want. It's where they could find. And i think king would re and king would know that all of us are as he said bound together in an inescapable network of mutuality tied in a box of common destiny. I mean that's he could see that they shared all of this in common and would have moved towards that and that essentially what they're saying but to see just comfort went nali but does arm around two seconds after he backing up is just one of the great people footage we found. It's it's so layered in all of that stuff you know And i'm sure the only talked about that during that period because the nationalism is a black separatist group list they were then I think he probably came off of that. 'cause he didn't mention a much the and that's what i mean about him being non-political after that period the postwar period you remember the tail in the first early in the in the second episode when he joined the nation of islam is the british reporters approached the louisville businessman. Who have forgiven him. This unbelievable contract and he's trying to tell him how disappointed they are being echo. Yeah he's lost some. You know some merchandising. Gigs and some endorsement stuff and and goes well. What aren't you white. Kentucky christians obstat and the guy looks at average him william beveridge. who's their spokesman. He says well you know. Most of us believe a man is entitled to his own beliefs. Yeah no surprise the name. The nation of islam is a hate group and fashion whips around. He said if the nation of islam is a hate group that he can never be a a member. Because this person who doesn't have a bone of eight and his body and so what one has recognised. Elijah muhammad has recognized that he can't control the malcolm x. Has realized all these other handlers and promoters whatever is this guy is an apostle of lug. That's where you get into the complicated territory. It's not a political period. Sure he's spouting a little bit of of elijah. Muhammad muhammad isn't political in his lieutenant that he's not only expelled. Not max but then had. Murdered is the political one i mean. Muhammed is jealous of him. He could actually exposing fraud and other things but he's more popular so he has to be gotten rid of and they murder him you know just got rid of if i'm twenty two years old. I'm like well. I guess i'm not going to do that. What happens to me right But it but it interesting i. I don't think there's sort of a political period. The not apply he always had is kind of broad. Ecumenical love that for a while. He's sprouted rhetoric of the nation of it's on mohammed speaks. You know the guy books and It is what it is. And it's just gunning to hear this pro thing. Just i love it because i like anything. Method talking to the revolutionary later jetta. That's as bad. I know you love that serbia. Yeah i dissect it a little bit a little bit differently but let's go it's a it's i find just fascinating really just to see it in. Its time i love all the contemporary aspects of this. Here's one part. I wanted to mention getting you talked about it briefly. Because here's another part of the olli story that gets glossed over. And i love that. You took your time. That is the supreme court you know because to tell us that story because at any ali could've gone to prison act any time a lot of people don't realize that it wasn't we just think well he couldn't box for three years. No no it wasn't that he just couldn't bucks he could have gone to prison for five years. Yep there's also intricacies because he also loses his license from all these states who just take it away based on his beliefs is views and put arbitrarily and capriciously. So there's one new york state challenge has nothing to do with the fact that he's convicted of draft of asian and out under appeal and they're working his way to the supreme court but they find out that you know They need a sensible reason is that he's been convicted of a felony. The his lawyers go back into the records and find out..
John Zmirak: George W Bush Equated Ashli Babbit With Jihadists
"John's merrick. What's on your mind. Well i just finished reading the letter of ashley. Abbott's mother responding to george. W bush ashley bavin whose daughter answered george bush's call and joined the us and fought in iraq in our air force and then protested on january six. You know she committed a crime of trespassing. She climbed through someplace. It wasn't supposed to and the capitol. Police shot her dead. No she tried. She tried to climb through but she was murdered. by someone whose name. I guess. We're never going to know you know what maybe general milley can do. He could do us a solid and go behind the back of the Current fake president. And maybe he could get that name to us because he's a stand up guy. He cares about america. She was shot dead by a capital police officer. For no reason she wasn't carrying seven. She wasn't threatening anyone. And here. George w bush. The man who in a sense lured her into the us military. She signed up because of his war on terror. Here he is equating. Ashley babbitt to muhammad atta and all those other filthy jihadi psych psych of ads who attacked our hometown. I think it is for us to establish why we think this is such a despicable thing for the former president to have said it's deeply shameful. He seems to be in bed with whatever you call at the deep state i mean look. His father was cia. His father was as deep state president as it gets. But i really believe w was different from his father. Oh yes he appoints cheney and rumsfeld. But i did not believe because i thought this men's an evangelical christian he's from texas. He doesn't seem to be the kind of guy that would buy into that stuff. But then we see pictures of him and his father schmoozing with the clintons. Now pictures of him. You know hugging a barack and michelle and you begin to wonder where he's coming
The Taliban's New Government Includes Hardliners and a Designated Terrorist
"Activists afghanistan are asking world leaders not to recognize the new interim afghan government. There are no women in the taliban cabinet. It even includes an extremist on the fbi's most wanted list a far cry from the inclusive. Moderate leadership mini had wanted for more. On what this all means. We're joined by. Npr's jackie northam in islamabad pakistan. Jackie welcome thank you very much. This new interim government is made up of a lot of the old guard. Tell us who they are. You're right. I mean there are a lot of familiar faces here That have been with the taliban from many many years. The new head of the afghanistan's government interim head is a man named muhammad hassan. A koon and he's considered a hard liner. You absolutely he from kandahar. Which is the birthplace of the taliban and he's held various leadership roles over the years including foreign minister and deputy prime minister when the tel ban ruled afghanistan in the nineties. So he's got experience Updo ghani batard on this is interesting. He heads the talibans political officer. He's going to be the interim deputy prime minister but this was a a surprise. He was really Widely expected to lead the taliban government a couple others You know there's the son of mullah omar who founded the taliban. He's now the in term defense minister and then we have sirajjidin Connie who is basically on a wanted list with the us and the fbi and he has a you know a five million dollar bounty on his head so you know. Those are some of the people that we can expect that. Be running afghanistan on the next short while an maybe once. They finalize the government has well
This Week in Sports History
"Take you on a journey back to this week in sports history, we'll start off way back in 19 Oh one, the National Association of Professional Baseball Leagues now known as minor League Baseball, was formed at the Leland Hotel in Chicago. Jumping ahead this week in 1960 cashes clay later known as Muhammad Ali wins the Olympic light heavyweight gold medal in Rome this week in 1984 in his first NFL start, Atlanta's Gerald Riggs rushes for 202 yards. He scores two touchdowns as the Falcons beat the Saints 36 to 28 this week in 1994, San Francisco 40. Niners wide receiver Jerry Rice catches two touchdown passes and runs for another score in the Niners 44 to 14 route of the race. Years. He surpasses Jim Brown as the NFL's career touchdown leader with 127 label Today in 2000 and five Florida's Jeremy Hermida becomes the first player and more than a century and the second to hit a grand slam in his first major league get that connecting in the seventh inning of ST Louis Cardinals Al Reyes and this week in 2013 Peyton Manning
"muhammad" Discussed on Dual Threat with Ryen Russillo
"With the put up a good i because i can beat up everybody in the. Nfl no is that he said oh gauge you at a good myths as it. Now try to try to hit me. Don't hesitate rowing best. Budget and chivas athlete is throwing punches. He can't it and finally ally looks at him. You know the big eyes and then with his opening slab like twenty nine in the base was convinced that it was a batch you meaning ali in in being around this tumultuous point his life where now no most. The country hates him. He was this heavyweight fighter that it looks like. He's got a chance to be one of the greatest and then he was gone on south degrades. He's with elijah muhammad. He split from malcolm x. He's how did you get into this. This was this group that i would think you know. How does elijah muhammad sit down with a bob arum. How does has herbert. Muhammad john ali. How these guys sit down and entrust you. Because ali liked you. Oh why. Sally likely. And i i got along with these. I was berkman. An eye color. Anybody was so you know you get along with most the and instinctively..
Russia Was Ready for Taliban's Win Due to Longtime Contacts
"As a Taliban swiftly to K. rock on the sun Basra has been prepared for the rapid developments Moscow has been working methodically for years to lay the groundwork for relations with the insurgent group wants Russia officially recognizes the Taliban as a terrorist organization Russian foreign minister Sergei Lavrov emphasized this week that the insurgent group have shown promising signs at least encouraging signals from the Taliban who declaring that the science of former government with the participation of all the political forces immediately after the Taliban takeover buses that it wouldn't affect your rates its embassy in Kabul unlike many other countries last month the Taliban delegation visited Moscow with a guaranteed not to threaten the interests of Russia and its exit yet allies in Central Asia Taliban spokesperson Muhammad said Shaheen we will not allow anyone any android world any entity to use the side of a plan is done against the neighboring country that a general country and the the word kindly I'm Karen Thomas
Tracking America's Longest War
"Turn now to look at the roots of what's become america's longest war the. Us invaded afghanistan. October seven two thousand one less than a month after the al qaeda attacks on the world trade center and the pentagon within days of the us bombing of afghanistan. The taliban offered to hand over osama bin laden the al-qaeda leader but the bush administration rejected any negotiations with the taliban. This is bush's press secretary ari fleischer responding to a question and october. Two thousand one would use afford say was the taliban might say at this point may not make any difference in the or flooring whatever they may serve. The president made it any clearer two weeks ago when he said that there will be no discussions and negotiations. So what they say. It's not as important as what they do. And it's time for them to act. It's been time for them to act in december of two thousand one just a month or two later the taleban offered to surrender control of kandahar if its leader mullah. Muhammad omar would be allowed to quote live in dignity in opposition custody u. s. defense secretary. Donald rumsfeld rejected the offer. If you're asking would would an arrangement with omar where he could quote live in dignity in the kandahar area or some place in afghanistan. Be consistent with what i have said. The answer is no would be consistent with what i have said. That's donald rumsfeld speaking december. Sixth two thousand one the us. Warren afghanistan would continue for almost twenty more years through two now.
Author Jonathan Eig Discusses His New Book 'Ali: A Life'
"Book is ali a life biography. And it's incredible and the author of jonathan joins us on the podcast. We're going to kind of do an ollie specific pot here so let's start at the beginning just like the book does his family's two generations removed slavery. We know there are some history that none of us really knew about. Even he didn't know about about his own grandparents. He has a father whose abusive but talented. They weren't a destitute family by any means In their neighborhood louisville it was. It was a family that was probably doing better than some others. But i think the the foundation of who ali became as a person. How did he develop this kind of unpolished. Personality is non compromising personality at such a young age. That's really one of the central questions to understanding. Ali and i think it goes to understanding american history. You know when. I interviewed dick gregory for this book. He said to me e books not going to be worth a damn. If you can't explain. What made a kid from the jim crow south same age as emmett till think that he could talk back to white people and get away with it that he can call himself the greatest when everybody around him was telling him he was a second class citizen. You got to be able to understand what made ali capable of that. And it's a really difficult question. I mean it's really complicated. Part of it is that he grows up in. Not the deep south louisville thinks of itself as more progressive. There are some opportunities That wouldn't be available to him anywhere else For example to to walk into a boxing gym at age twelve and have a white cop offer to help him and to be to get in the ring and mix it up with white kids. That didn't happen in alabama or mississippi. But it did happen in louisville and so all of these things And the fact that his father was really a you know a fighter Not in the boxing sense. Which is somebody who didn't think that we should have to take the the conditions that we were born into because of this racist country that that That we live in.
Ted Lasso: Lessons on Leadership From a Fictional Character
"I for anyone who has the unfortunate fate of not having watched head lasso yet. What are you even doing people. How would you describe the character of ted lasso. So i think ted so is it shouldn't be a serious character right. This is a college football coach from kansas. Who is going over to coach. Manage in the english premier league. The whole setup feels absurd. Which i think is why the character seems to work so well because this guy is a. He's folksy. he has these things he will say. I mean come on. Sam was more open than the jar peanut butter on my kitchen counter. That's right y'all don't know. I like to keep the peanut butter open. That way whenever i walk back and just stick my finger and yet he has this inner goodness that i think when when he comes across people that they seem to react to you coaching football make. You are a legend for doing something. So i mean it's meno murdy well you know. I've heard that tune before. But here i am still dancing. Ted last. So is the quintessential mid western kindness guy. You know a guy who wants to do well in the world treat other people the right way and just kind of live life with optimism and kindness and all those like grape characteristics that we'd all like to have. Yeah i think it really is his relentless optimism. That wins you over in the show. Is there a particular scene in the series that you think really captures that element of his personality. You know i was thinking about this. In the first episode. He's gone over to england. He's been introduced to the media. He talks to the team. And everybody's obviously it's not going well and then him and coach beard kind of redecorate the office. They put up the john wooden pyramid of success. They put up. All these american touchstones like muhammad ali poster in the miracle on ice poster all in the office. And then roy kent the kind of the you know. The quintessential english footballer. He comes in the office and he calls him ronald mcdonald and i think he uses an expletive and then he leaves the office and ten lasso goes he thinks may now wait. We win them over if he thinks he's mad. Now wait until we win them over.
USA's Sydney McLaughlin Sets World Record; Dalilah Muhammad Wins Silver in 400 Hurdles
"Twenty one year old Sydney McLaughlin goes one two with teammate ally Muhammad to deliver the United States gold and silver in the women's four hundred meter hurdles McLaughlin ran the four hundred meter hurdles in a world record fifty one point four six seconds it's not one of the hot events that people usually want to watch you know a whole lot but I would definitely made it something very interesting you know every time you step on the track there's seems to be some sort of record broken Mohammed who led for much of the race before McLaughlin pastor late finish just one one hundredth of a second behind the New Jersey native and university of Kentucky Wildcats thank a bowl of the Netherlands earned the bronze running it in a European best fifty two point oh three seconds I'm Danny cap
"muhammad" Discussed on The Breakfast Club
"I know you oppose getting rid of the filibuster. But there's some people like angus king has remain independent. Who said that. He's possibly willing to step back from the filibuster his opposition to getting rid of the fall for just for voting rights because he's so concerned and it becomes. It's become so partisan. Can you imagine ever doing that. Jacob can't imagine carve out. Jesus christ not even a carve out even a copy of voting rights. Can we get an explanation. Because i was here in two thousand thirteen it was called. carve out. We're just going to do the tablet for the president and then it went into. We're gonna do the judges. Who are lifetime appointments for circuit and district. They even going to do supreme court but they didn't attack time to democrats were in control 2017. Mitch mcconnell gene control comes right back in and guess what that car about worked really carve up pretty bad then you got the supreme court. There's no stopping it. We just need a car about to protect. Voting rights. voting rights the cornerstone of democracy. We can't get a carve out for that. See this is. This is why just voting democrat. Doesn't always mean progress. Okay joe manson is willing and able to block. His party's progress and for what because he's not beholden to the democratic party is political brand isn't hitched to the democratic wagon. he's a senator okay and gop leaning west virginia state. He's not giving that up for you. Negroes right luther west virginia right away. Tudor's biscuit world trump and include biscuit. World might amazing. Who cares if you need roses matt. Okay joe manchin knows where his white bread is. But it apologies. He doesn't want buddy he wants. Manny's let me do that again. Joe mansion knows where his white bread is eighth. And it's now what you need growth and unique roll lovers okay. Here's the thing. I will never understand why anyone who claims to be a patriot. Who claims to be a proud citizen of the united states of america isn't trying to fight like hell to preserve what is the cornerstone of democracy free and fair elections are what democracy is all about. So if you love america like you say you do you would fight like hell so folks can have the right to vote. Will i can guarantee you this. If joe maddison's people's voting rights with threaten he would be acting like it. It would be totally different sense of urgency in regards to protecting voting rights. But it's just mostly unique grosso. Who cares okay. If that's not the case. Joe manchin has to show me. That's not the case. But hey i've been alive long enough to know that when a person consistently shows you who they are believed when something changes if something changes if joe mentioned starts doing the right thing by democracy i will let you know until then please let remark give joe manton the biggest he he he. You stupid dumb All right well thank you for that donkey today. Sir yes ma'am now when we come back. We have dr muhammad joining us. He's a professor at howard university. You're gonna talk about social justice name. You don't want to say their first name bye bye by muhammad ali muhammad. She's gonna talk about social justice week at howard university. Which is our this week yesterday. Stay so we're gonna talk to her when we come back. So don't move. Is the breakfast club. Good morning the breakfast club morning everybody. Dj envy angela. Yeesh alameda god. We are to breakfast club. We have a special guest in building backed by muhammad. Welcome thank you i. A- well excited to be here now. Listen he's gonna hate on you ready..
"muhammad" Discussed on MTR Podcasts
"Guest is the founder and head cakes tour of tastes this cake. We have jamila muhammad. Welcome to the podcast. Thank you for having me everyone. I am very excited to be chatting with you today. I'm excited to have you on this podcast. Because as i as we talked about before and relieve in your byline it says you are a person that makes people happy with cake. I make people happy with cake. I don't go to work. I tell people when people ask me that. Are you going to work. I'm like no. I'm going to the kitchen to make people happy with cake and like oh okay it's a mindset is a mindset because i tell people a lot that this is a lifetime i chose Because i i had a very high paying career in nursing. And i just walked away from it because i i wanted to make so here i am so but let's let's step back a little bit s interesting interesting leaving. Let me let me help you guys out with this my nursing practice with here. Put this in your mouth. It's tasty so talk so talk about your baking business. A bit in the thinking in that when it started and things of that nature and i do have a nursing question for you because i want to know a little bit more about that story as well so you wanted to know about nursing i or so. Scrap the business and like how how that started. So this cake While i saw the name I kind of this is not me bashing anyone at all right. But i do hear a lot of people say You know the the cake. Look beautiful but the taste was just yet you know. Okay so I basically came with the name. Your taste this cake. Then you know so. It's like an invitation. It's telling you what exactly what you should be doing with this. Take you should chase this week. So i've kind of over the years i've been playing with one of our main things is flavor you know so which is why i love..
Somali Refugee Farmers Put Down New Roots in Rural US
"A group of somali refugees descended from slaves who escaped extortion rape and death in their home country and to live for years in baron refugee camps in kenya planting the seeds of a new life literally as immigrants in the united states. We did not Since nineteen ninety-one after now so we got the sense of peace the sense of community. We have been this. Is daniel dickinson and for this. Lead is on podcast from u. n. news. I've traveled to maine a strikingly fertile. Rural state in the north east of the us to learn about how a community of former refugees has started a farming association to preserve their indigenous culture and support their resettlement and integration enjoy new american life muhammad muhammad house these stony earth on his one tenth of an acre plot of farmland just outside the twin cities of lewiston open in maine dressed in a t. shirt shorts and a colorful woolen hat. He's energetic and committed to working the soil by hand as the midday sun beats down on him. He's nurturing beans and corn on hulu better. And i'm happy because i am waking the lund. I'm sitting a lot. So i'm getting good physics. I will use some of the beans under the corn for the family and the rest. I will sell. Muhammad muhammad is growing african friend corn a grain which somalis used to make a traditional flat. Bread called moo fall right now. The seedlings are just a few inches high bought within two to three months. And with the right care though grow into seven foot plants way down by numerous as of tasty corn.
Jordan's Unprecedented Palace Drama Moves to the Courtroom
"Preventative of King Abdullah the second then a former royal court chief all set to take the stand in Jordan's upcoming trial of the century the two men not to be ushered into the defendant's cage at the state security courts to face charges of sedition and incitement they're accused of conspiring with the kings half brother prince Hamzah to foment unrest against the monarch Walsall's keeper foreign help what may have been seen as a family matter erupted into the public domain when hands that was placed under house arrest the move sent jitters through children and foreign capitals with western powers rallying behind the king he's considered an ally in an otherwise unstable region former information minister Muhammad on mommy's since the split in the family has repercussions for the whole country its unity and solidarity it's much linked also to the stability of the country I'm Karen Thomas
Keeping a Company Culture Strong Through a Remote Work Environment
"You've got two hundred and fifty employees much more than thirty countries. You have been remote as thinking your workforce for about five years. Tell me how do you keep a company. Culture strong and prosperous with that kind of situation. Sure i think that's a that's a quick question and and something that we have been think getting a lot lately right. See if you are. Totally new organization almost never met with each other. Never seen each other ex hard to build that culture from crowned pride because a lot of these new employees who share their opinions and their ideas on a hallway conversation. They don't know they don't know whether they can do that on. Say they can't do that on slack. As you're growing company really fast a lot of conversations are purely about work takes an extra time to to know someone. So what do we have always done with. An organization is actually have daily huddle calls equals and each manager is much obligated to. You need to have that person to call everyone where you're not about just work. You need to give them the confidence that their opinion and their ideas are always. They can do that. A viki company. They can do that within their daily huddle or weekly meeting with their managers. But they're all highly encouraged to share their opinion and ideas and give feedback. We see things are good bad or ugly. You have to do that at a personal level as a manager with your team unless you de becomes very hard to instill the culture would have otherwise bathe in a physical office in a remote team had been doing for the past. Five years of you already knew the drill on how to go about it Because we were a remote company began with. I think for any of new companies. It's something new that we have been educating that has worked out well for us and Nobody would love for others out
Times Square shooting suspect arrested in Florida
"The suspect wanted for a triple shooting last week into new York's Times Square has been arrested in Florida authorities said quickly named thirty one year old Farrakhan Muhammad as a suspect in the shooting that resulted in three bystanders getting hurt including a four year old girl they also said he was likely aiming at his brother who he worked with selling CD's and suspected Muhammad would be heading south after the shooting the suspect and a woman were spotted outside a McDonald's restaurant in stark in northern Florida and Muhammad was taken into custody New York City police commissioner Dermot Shea says there's no joy in the capture but there is justice I'm Jackie Quinn
Introducing Ronald Young Jr., Solvables Newest Host [TEST]
"Listeners. I want to introduce you to ronald young junior. You might be familiar with his name from other work. In podcasting leading shows like time well spent and leaving the theater. He's sometime guess contributed around. Npr's pop culture happy hour. We are really excited to make it. Official that ronald is going to be the newest host of solvable. Thank you thank you for having me. I'm so so excited to be here so publicly on the team. Believe it or not hosting solvable is not my main job. My main job is being. Ceo pushing in and pushkin over the last year in lockdown has like doubled in size. We have almost fifty people now. And it's exciting. There's a lot going on But it's sort of crowded out the time that i like to spend preparing and figuring out gas that also i'm not really a host. I don't know if you noticed that. I think i am trade. I'm an Host i have certain hosts qualities that i'm really interested in talking to the guests on the show And i have a lot of drive to learn. But i don't have that quality of hosting which i hear your voice and i really wanna know how that is done. Well first of all. I don't know if that's that's the message like we got hosted coaster said coming on all star show. I've always found it easy to talk to people. I've always founded easy to connect with folks and ask questions. And i'm curious about and mostly because as a child i was always encouraged to ask whether it was two friends. The families the teachers. And i think that's what helps with being a good host and with conducting good interviews. Which you do a great job of thank you ronald but yeah no. I think that just that basic quality of curiosity. If if you don't wanna know you can't read someone else's questions the producers on the show do suggest a lot great questions for us but ultimately you ask the ones that are your questions that have been you want. no yes. It's funny because like you know working with the solvable team. It's certainly is a team effort. But i think what makes a good host that what makes a good interviewer is the ability to read the conversation and to know when it when it needs to take a turn when it's about the pivot or when you're curiosity might push the interviewee a little deeper into the subject matter and even more comfortable and ready to answer more questions as they go so and i really enjoy doing that so this is a very exciting role for me. You do something i mean. Since were on this this topic. I do think being a really good host goes beyond just the flow of the conversation. Asking the right questions that something about creating this this environment this kind of comfort even this sense of place. And here's what. I don't feel that. I really know how to do but i hear in your voice you know in a lot of the people who are just really good shows terry gross. You know you just feel like you're at her place like you're in her world and you know in the guest is coming into her world and you feel as a listener. You're made to feel welcome and comfortable. How do you do that route. You know wish. I could say there was a trick. I wish i could tell you. Hey do this thing. And this'll this'll work but for me. It's just it's hospitality. It's really being genuinely interested in what they have to say. It's paying attention to them. Not necessarily thinking so far ahead that you can't be president in the conversation creating that warm sensitive environment it really comes from like a genuine place inside people and i think most people talk to you. We'll tell you that this is who. I am all the time. So it makes it easier for me to just bring this be to a hosting role Whereas some people. I think are very good at being a host and then you know in the rest of their lives are not nearly as hospitable or friendly and i can't say anything about ten gross but i i know that good host is being able to create that sense of hospitality in the conversation that they're having that moment. Yeah i think of the great host of my childhood dick caveat who was on. Tv obviously long before your time but back in the days before cable there only a few channels every night cabinet was having these interesting people on his show and he's charming. He's charmed by the gas and a lot of what he's trying to do. Is of course just inject wisecracks. I've got clip here. That's a good example of that it's cabot talking to the comedian don rickles. It's hard for you to be serious but it is. I think people don't admit that deep down inside. If i may be serious for a moment that you do something on stage that all of us would like to do if we had no class the other host i think about all the time as i grew up listening on the radio growing up in chicago. Two studs terkel here just as one example is studs terkel interviewing muhammad ali at one thousand nine hundred seventy five. Why do you think it is always in this particular theater. So many different people are. Why would they rooting for you. The outsider we'll i think the masses root for me because this scuffling they've been persecuted they figure by the tat taxes and whatever they've underdogs people are basically the underdogs hole and the things that i say from my people in the free involve people and the way i speak out in the title of the have and the and now let this. Stop me from recognizing every day man that thing. This is what they whether it'd be black or white. The massive people hardworking people the amazing thing about studs terkel circle. He was so good at talking to anybody today. He would have like a janitor and then he would. Have you know an opera singer. And then he would. Have you know a former vice president or politician and he just part of what was great about him with. He would talk to everybody the same way. Yeah i mean there's a sense of empathy that comes with no matter. Who's in the room. It should be able to be extended to anyone who's sitting opposite from you whether they'd be the janitor or the president of the united states. The other thing is not being afraid to ask even a question that may not sound as smart as you think it does. I think larry king wants said He was he was on. He was talking to jesse thorn. My friend hobie. Khan who wrote you negotiate anything. We grew up together. He says to me larry. The secret of your success is your dumb dumb. Is the great road to success. Because you not afraid to. I don't know tell me help me. That's a lot of interviews help. help me that. You're you're a brain search. You got brain surgery tomorrow morning. Think about it tonight when you go in the check your hands. If they're steady. And then all of a sudden you have this. Very poignant moment because larry king asked a question that is wow. I would have even sit there. I was like ronald do you. Do i do that. Also i wanna make sure that. I i do that but having that empathy allows you to be embassy to cross from you like i said whether it's the janitor or the president of the united states. Yeah so for this show. We do interviews with a particular kind of focused. How is problem solving. And how are people who have ideas about solving problems. Making the world veteran capable of making the world better. And that's the thing that can be big range of stuff. Yeah if you look out there let's say your your houses near the water and you look out there and you're just like the water seems to be creeping closer and closer. You're only thinking about what's going to happen when the water reaches your house and all the horrible things that can happen as the water continues to rise and the flooding when you when you start to think about all that it kind of changes your posture versus if you think how do we stop the water. How do we get the people out. How do we keep my house. Dry and think in terms of This podcast i'd like that it's pivoting from us talking so much about what the issue is because in most cases we know what the issue is what we really need to know is. What's the best way forward. How can we like either neutralize whatever. This problem is or at least adjust our lives so that the problem isn't what it is. Do we need to build a bridge. Maybe we need to build our houses higher whatever that means in order to To get out of the water. I think it gives a bit of optimism to the world
Understanding Hesitancy Is Key In Changing Minds About COVID Vaccine
"Aerial plotnik is an audio producer for the post and she spoke to leana muhammad about these efforts to better understand vaccine. Hesitancy researchers want to know who are the people who are hesitant. And where does that skepticism come from. And how can public health officials change people's minds and get them comfortable with getting a vaccine and that's where this group the ad council comes in. They've released this. Psa that takes a strategy. That is somewhat surprising. I wanna start actually playing some tape. The covid nineteen vaccines become available. You might be asking yourself. Should i get it. And if i do blood be able to go about life without putting my family at risk. You've got questions and that's normal. The fact is the vaccines are safe and effective. They're going to save lives to get the latest on the kobe. Vaccines visit get vaccine answers dot. Org because getting back to the moments we miss starts with getting informed. It's up to you. I thought it was interesting that they've acknowledged that like you've got questions and that's okay. I feel like we don't normally hear that. I thought that was interesting too. When i first heard this ad i in that it as it's up to you to your part you need to get this vaccine to save humanity and our health reporter. Dante thought the same thing to now. When i first heard that. I thought oh that make sense. It's up to you it's up to you aerial. It's up to me. Dan like we have to do our part to get vaccinated. But when i asked the ad council about that they said no no. It's not about individual responsibility as much as acknowledging hesitancy.
Niger govt confirms 137 dead in village attacks near Mali
"More than one hundred thirty people have been killed in a shooting attack in the African country of needs share the government of new shares says it was gunmen on motorcycles that launched the attacks on a series of villages near the border with Mali officials are calling this the deadliest violence to strike the African country in recent memory scores of victims have been gunned down violent attacks have been on the rise in the weeks following the election of new shares new president Muhammad buzz soon need share Mali and neighboring Burkina falso are battling the spread of deadly extremist violence which includes the Islamic state group and al Qaida hi Jackie Quinn
Suit blames Saudi Arabia for attack at Florida military base
"A new lawsuit stemming from the deadly shooting attack at a Florida naval base in twenty nineteen alleges Saudi Arabian officials knew the gunmen had been radicalized but failed to stop him victims families and survivors of the twenty nineteen shooting attack at Naval Air Station Pensacola are suing the Saudi kingdom saying the deaths of three sailors could have been prevented they allege Saudi Air Force officer Muhammad Saeed al some runny had communicated with al Qaeda operatives before the attack their lawsuit alleges the gunman told fellow Saudi trainees at a dinner party he planned to carry out the shooting the next day none of them reported it now some runny died in the attack then president trump vowed to victims would get help from the Saudi kingdom but the lawsuit alleges that never happened Jackie Quinn Washington
Somalias political problem
"The logic of defined political terms that they provide the body politic with the sort of inoculation against what usually results when one person holds power to loan going back to the voters every so often to ask whether or not they won't. The person in charge to crack on is a sensible precautionary measure. See also the term limit. Which in some jurisdictions imposes a ceiling on the talk any single citizen may occupy the big desk there is however and as somalia. Is this week discovering an inbuilt floor with the setup at the moment the term elapses either the incumbent needs to have a renewed mandate in their pocket or a successor has to be ready to take the oath of office. The time of somali president mohamed abdullah muhammad better known as fa- modu was up on monday however because no elections have been held. No president has been chosen. Several opposition factions and two of somalia's five states have declared that they will no longer recognized for marjo as president before we look at what happens next spoiler alert very possibly nothing. Good a brisk. Recap of the backstory is probably in order the new president from i. I'm i'm very happy today. Because the new president's da for mall. Joe was elected in two thousand and seventeen. The idea had been that this was going to be a proper one person. One vote direct election but it was decided probably correctly that the polling stations and qs. Office somalia's various incorrigible militant groups rather too many targets. Instead from our joe was elected by somalia's parliament which is also not directly elected but instead chosen via a framework which has power among somalia's clans and states. This is a necessarily complex apparatus. Many of the clans dislike each other and a few of the states Iffy on whether they even think they're part of somalia says much about what somalia's mp's were up against when they chose the president that this vote was held not in the parliament building in mogadishu but in a heavily guarded and fortified hangar at aden a international airport and only after it had been closed to air traffic and mogadishu's roads closed to all traffic. It had been hoped for a while that by the end of joe's term somalia would by now being a position to conduct a more orthodox one person one vote direct election. What would have been somalia's first such since nineteen sixty nine however this was eventually reckoned once again an unacceptable security risk specifically that to hold such a vote would have been asking somalis to bet too large a steak on the goodwill of the islamic terror group al shabaab covid nineteen ni- certainly being vastly under recorded in somalia provided further discouragement. So this election was to have been another indirect one though with a broader pool of delegates but for modules opponents believed or purported to believe that the president had been stacking the regional and national electoral board's with his political allies. Which is why we are where we are or perhaps more accurately a delayed election israeli a good thing but it doesn't have to be the end of the world since the beginning of the covid nineteen pandemic at least forty national votes of various sort have been delayed and around thirty five regional or local elections in places where the democratic architecture is solid. This will bailey count. As a wobble especially at subnational national levels it will not cause the citizens of new south wales to question the legitimacy of the democracy if they have to put up with their local councillors another year. Ditto those of london as regards the mayor but when the stakes are as high as national government and the foundations much less stable. Such a jolt can have more dangerous consequences. a delayed. Parliamentary election has already triggered a war in ethiopia in an ominous. And surely not coincidental gesture. Shortly after somalia's politicians failed to reach agreement at the latest talks in. Do some marib an shebab. Roadside bomb struck a military convoy near the town killing thirteen people. And then there's at the security council condemned terrorist attacks by al-shabaab they reaffirmed their support for national sovereignty territorial integrity and political independence of somalia from jo now plans to meet with state leaders next week in an attempt to locate a compromise. It has to be hoped that they find one. Nowhere on earth is a power vacuum good thing and nowhere on earth is a power vacuum a worst thing as recent history has repeatedly demonstrated funding somalia.
Defense Department pauses plan to vaccinate Guantanamo detainees
"The pentagon is announcing their pausing their plan to vaccinate the inmates at guantanamo. Apparently somebody in the public affairs shop depending on the new guy. John kirby maybe you remember him. When he was a pentagon spokesman when he was a navy admiral he was third. And then he i forget he resurfaced as state department in civilian sued. Now he's back with a biden administration easy assistant secretary of defense for public affairs and he released a day earlier today after after considerable pushback from family members of nine eleven victims as we come up on the twenty th anniversary of by the way who couldn't believe that the mastermind of nine eleven was going to get a vaccine before americans are any american and he tweeted out. Quote no guantanamo detainees have been vaccinated. Were pausing the plan to move forward. As we review force protection protocols we remain committed to our obligations. Keep our troops safe close going so in other words. He's trying to say oh. No no no. We're going to vaccinate all the troops first and then if there's any left college muhammad will get it still. Pretty pretty galling
"muhammad" Discussed on Sibling Revelry with Kate Hudson and Oliver Hudson
"If they don't want to work for us. They are vagrant Crimin- criminal offense. If they challenge authority razor voice at us, that's assault. That's offense. If they try to go vote for political representation, This not technically in offense, but will intimidate them in benefited pissed off about it. That's a so will put them back in jail. And so you have this incredible moment where basically things look a whole light like they had just looked in the midst of a civil war before the civil war and black people who had been free are now being sold at sheriff's auction back to their former plantation masters, not as slaves, but as criminals to work off their fines. It's incredible. And a lot of that gets overturned because we have a radical congress these Cuarto radical Republicans. They see this for what it is, they pass. The fourteenth amendment gives everybody equal protection under the law due process under the law birthright citizenship the most important legislation in the constitution that some people call the second founding is the fundamental basis for all the freedoms Americans and newcomers to this country take for granted women's rights. lgbtq rights marriage equality, immigrant rights so on, and so forth all happened because these radical Republicans say we have to pass a constitutional amendment to keep these former confederates check and so the point is though the criminality becomes the most elastic a useful way to. Put Black people back in their place to make sure they don't have the full access of their freedom. And it land or Hundred Years Right That's what I was about to say, and then that's it. The die has been cast now because of that, the black black people have been sort of label just criminals in general, and and in my wrong in thinking that that has just kit that has carried on. Just carried on through time. Trying to I'm just trying to get to the point is i. sit and I listen as I'm listening to this I'm just shocked that I am a forty one year. Old Woman who has never learned this I grew up going granted i. I didn't go to college, but with private education. By the way, it is super liberal arts school as well. I only until now I mean I you know I. It's not something that I ever sought to understand either. No, you're you're. You're having that moment that my students have. Jacked up, they feel like they're angry about it because they like something. Something's not right here so I'll. Because you know the basics you see the movies you know and you you read. Certain books are beautiful and become very popular, but you don't really understand the INS and outs of what really happened I. Think though too is is is what I was trying to get at with. Just it's it's understanding the whole picture. There's a lot of people who when when I post certain things. You know you read the comments right and. Yes, there's a lot of just straight up racism. Then there's some ignorance, and then there's react with people who are just reacting without understanding, and that is the frustrating part for me right now and I'm a newbie right I've been inspired by this like I never have before. And now I feel like I want to at least. On the small platform that I have to just at least get people to just think before they react. There's a lot of reaction and when you really understand the truth of the criminal justice system, and where it all came from understanding the patterns that have existed throughout. Black History! And it's like how how was how was there? Even how is there a chance? How did anyone have a chance? When it was this oppressed for this long? And now it's become part of the fabric of America. It is now the DNA, which needs to somehow be stripped out, and it feels like a big undertaking, but there is a shift I. Think you know I mean that's my interpretation now new res and Laurence Fishburne to come up with a That we can all take. The Matrix. The Matrix. Right! Alison! We were on this dock and she's. She's pointing me into this direction of of this question. So by the eighteen ninety S as a way to suppress black freedom, white social scientists presented the new crime data as objective, colorblind and incontrovertible incontrovertible right for my book. That's from your buck. How did they do this? Oh? Man, so this is fascinating. So, it was never fashionable to claim to be a racist. This is counterintuitive all right so. Every generation of white Americans consider themselves to be better than the one that came before. So by the time we get to the end of the nineteenth century right right around the end of slavery that generation of white leaders. These were people that I write about who who were Harvard professors. They were northern politicians. They were people Jane Addams, who was a famous social worker? Basically said like we're better than our forebears and a lot of the shit that we've inherited a round racing. Racism is not our fault. It's our job to do better right. So their sense of what had come before them kind of let them off the hook. For owning the ways that society had already set up Ormes of privilege. And, so what they said is like. Because we're not responsible for what's happened before, we can be more objective because we know that we're not as bad as they were. And in a nutshell, they thought of themselves as post. Racial I mean again I know it sounds crazy, but we had the civil rights laws now. They're like black. People can kind of do their own thing, so even though we know share cropping. Cropping was shitty deal for black people in second class citizenship. They were a little more ambivalent about it. Just like we've known for a long time that mass incarceration and the Crime Bill, the nineteen ninety s built the biggest prison system in the world by the lot of people were like it's full of criminals. Why should I feel bad about this gigantic criminal justice system? So when you go back one hundred years, so the eighteen nineties for the first time. Northerners and Southerners Liberals and conservatives are all kind of like. Well the crime statistics tell us the black people commit warcrimes than white people. And if the crime statistics are just as bad in Chicago, as they are in Birmingham, then, it can't be about southerners. It's gotta be about them. And that becomes the most dominant. In favor of segregation that links that moment one hundred years ago to our time today. The crime statistics show that black people have a crime problem. That's why we put all the police in their community. The crime statistics show that black bullies. You know are dangerous. So why should I send my kid to school? With a bunch of bike is so they can get beat up. The Crime Statistics emerged in eighteen ninety for the first time as a way of talking about black people as inferior and dangerous without appearing to.
"muhammad" Discussed on Sibling Revelry with Kate Hudson and Oliver Hudson
"I was really excited about this because I just want to talk to a professor. I WanNa talk to historian, someone who lives and breathes and understands and studies teaches it in school, and I really was just excited to be is never. Did we got to talk with Dr Khalil Muhammad? He's professor. History race in public policy at Harvard. Kennedy School is author. He wrote the condemnation of blackness race crime in the making of modern urban America. You know it was we went to school. You know went to school I I went from Boulder two years in Boulder to Harvard Yeah. I think. I even say that in the episode. A far cry from Harvard Yeah. I didn't even go to college. But you know what look we're learning as we go. Honestly, this was one of those moments where when we were done with this I kind of got off of the of the call and I was like you know. Why am I never learned this? It does make you kind of realize there's just a lot that we don't know. There's a lot that we're not taught in school and and I really appreciated him. Taking the time to discuss matters of race in America and well, we talked about systemic racism. Really you know not just the Buzzword of systemic. Down what that means of immigration in America means. Slavery how it went policing began how literature in statistics were used to sort of push this narrative. It was a lesson. It was a lesson where we got to be one on one with a Harvard professor. And pick his brain and it made me want to read more it also. It also made me want to go to Harvard South. And I want to go to Harvard I. Just WanNa take his class zoom. US just just me, that's it. Anyway here after Khalil Mohammed. You're a professor at.
"muhammad" Discussed on Monster: DC Sniper
"I remember one when I was speaking in three different locations in Virginia and it was this one woman that was at all three locations and I saw her and she came up to me and she said Hey Muhammadu say hey how you doing. She say you know. I've been to all three of your presentations Virginia. Say Yeah You my little starker She said Ms Baba you right but I just had to hear you say this one statement because I never heard that before. I say well what was that? Suzanne never heard anybody. Say Hey that you don't have to have physical scars. Miss Muhammad. I have been in an abusive relationship for seventeen years and he never hit me. I'm the breadwinner. She stays at home and he terrorizes me and my children. The first time you said that I went home and I looked forward everywhere and I couldn't find it on the Internet where anybody else said that so I had to make sure that I heard what you said so I went to your second session. You said it again but this time I applied what you said when you told us you may not realize you in an abusive relationship so go home and get a sheet of paper. Draw a line down the middle pros and cons right so you write down the pros you write down the cars but when you write them down you don't make excuses like he hit me because ABC. Andy no he hit me and you're only evaluating the relationship and not the individual because we change every day right so she said I went home and I did that and like you said if the pros outweigh the cons. Then we can work on a relationship diplomat. Muhammad the cons outweigh the pros. So that meant I needed to make a decision but I just had to hear you said one more time before I made that decision and when you said it again I knew I had to leave and so I left Ms Muhammad and guess what me and my children we are happy and I would never have left. If I didn't hear you say you don't have to have physical scars. More does hearing something like that do for you. That makes me feel that what I started to do. It's working because it's my mission to shift the thinking. And I shifted her thinking so that she can take a comprehensive look at her relationship and then strategize on how to effectively Lee. And that's what she did. I want you to dig in a little bit more on that sheet of paper concept and what you're writing. So can you talk about that? Bit of guidance again. What you tell people to go home and do again. You may not know that you are in an abusive relationship so get a sheet of paper. Draw a line down the middle pros on one side cons on the other pros and cons of the relationship of their relationship. Only not of the person okay because we all have flaws. We all come with bags. We just choose the person. Who's willing to deal with the stuff? That's in my bag right. So you got the pros and cons on the paper. The next thing you need to do is separate your emotions from the actual facts dislike judge. Judy she says what all I want artifacts. I don't want no emotions you WANNA be emotional. Go Talk to Dr Phil so we only want the facts because the facts will help you to see who you dealing with a pro could be. He put gas in the car because the tank was empty. No he put gas in. The car doesn't matter the reason. There's no exception no condition. He put gas in the car. A CON would be. He disconnected my phone because he didn't want me on. The House won't no no no. He disconnected the phone. Simple as that. So once you come to the end of that if the pros outweigh the contents. The relationship is worth analyzing and saving and you have to create a new normal. You can't go back to what it was. You have to fresh if the cons outweigh the pros. You really have a decision to make. Are you gonNA stay in a relationship? A lot of people. Don't leave because they got a lot to lose score. I helped to build that house. I put money in that account to. I'm not having another person to come in here and enjoy the fruits of my labor. I mean all of that stuff goes on. So that's a decision you have to make and the decision is completely yours. You don't need outside people telling you what to do. Nobody's living your life for you but you but make sure it's a decision that you can live with If you suspect you or someone you know is experiencing domestic violence. Please call the national domestic violence hotline at one. Eight hundred seventy nine seven two.
"muhammad" Discussed on Monster: DC Sniper
"Easy Let won't be easy talking about some of the STA. The easy yeah. It may not be easy for us here for you. Is it because you processed am done? What does that mean you're done? It means I do not have any emotional charge to this story. You may have one other. People may have one but I don't. How long do you expect me to hold onto that kind of pain? And it's been two thousand to win in two thousand nineteen. I still supposedly crying and my still supposed to feel some Typo F- emotion towards him. Some people think I'm still supposed to love him. Forgive him now. I'm not supposed to do that. That's your interpretation of what I'm supposed to do and I have my interpretation of what I will do. I get to choose that so the idea that I would think that this might be painful as projection. Exactly some assumption. You're basing your assumption on other people's are your own perspective of how you feel. I should be with this story. That's not my reality. That's yours so we're a minute in and she's already drop. Mike she so true. Well thank you for that not for that. I'm Tony Harris on this special episode of Monster DC sniper. I'm proud to present our interview with Miller. Muhammad mildred is a domestic violence awareness advocate and the ex wife of John. Muhammad John Kidnapped. Her children threatened her life and many believed the DC sniper attacks. Were part of a plan to disguise her eventual murder. This interview covers topics. We couldn't fit into the series. If you haven't listened to the whole season yet it might be a good idea to finish the show. I all right back to the interview. So could I have you a state your name and your professional speakers title. I am mildred Muhammad. I'm an award-winning Global. Keynote Speaker I may certified consultant with the Office on. Victims of crime must certified personal and Professional Development Coach and my former husband was John Allen Muhammad. Whom you all know to be the DC sniper. I was laying on a sofa and I was having this dream about women calling me asking me for help. And they were just all around me and I fell off the sofa and I went to my children. I say I go to help other women and the only way I can do that is to share my story and yours. Abacha dead and Anita permission to do that and they say mom you do what you need to do. Just tell the truth. Just tell the truth and so that's when I went to the library. I got a book on how to become a professional speaker. Decided to have the lotus flower as my logo. Because it was a flower they came out of the darkness into the light. I looked up domestic violence conferences. On Gogo I found to contacted them and I was able to land those two engagements and been speaking ever since. When did you realize for yourself that you were in an abusive relationship? I was watching TV in state and there was a PSA. I understand that coming out of a domestic violence relationship is not a woman speaking and she told all of the signs associated with domestic violence. And as she's going through arms up okay. That's one okay. That's two county abusive relationship and I called the number one. Eight hundred seven nine nine safe. It's time for everyone to allow for their voices to be heard and they talked to me. I'm in the room. Might children are in the living room. John is at work and they say well. We like you to come in. Say nope not coming in this it. Will we really need to get you help? Nope I just wanted to call to make sure that I'm seeing what I'm seeing and I need to come to terms with that and then I'll call you back and never called him back but at that point. That's when I knew because I just thought it was a part of a relationship you know. That's how relationships are adding grew up in an abusive home. So I didn't know that I was in an abusive relationship until I saw that commercial and they don't even happy essays anymore. They don't not even in a month of October which is domestic violence awareness. My appears as on TV. So that's when I knew. Most people don't really know that they're in abusive relationships. Eighty percent of victims do not have physical scars to prove that they are victims although twenty percent do I choose to concentrate on the eighty percent? The verbal the psychological spiritual the stalking and it is my mission to shift the thinking of society to understand that you do not have to have physical scars to be a victim or a survivor of domestic violence. And because this is a worldwide epidemic. The person that you're sitting next to could be a victim or a survivor. It is how you have responded to this person as to whether or not they will confide in you and ask you for help. Before I left John. He came over and said we need to talk. My brother was there so I felt I was safe. We go in a garage so he says you are not going to raise my children by yourself. You have become my enemy and as my enemy I will kill you. He charges at me. I ran around him into the house. Where my brothers? And he leaves an tell my brother. Sho's GonNa kill me. He's GonNa kill me. He said Girl John. I'm going to kill. You never went to my brother get help. Because he didn't believe me. An victim does not have time to clarify to the people who she's going to for help. How dangerous the situation is he was hiding from everybody else. But I was the one that got to see it all so when I go to people say you know. John is treated me as such and such where. He's doing this to me. Well that's not John. I know courses not until victims of domestic violence. Be careful who you talk to touch test. Tush tests Tony. Johnson is not treat me right. I mean he is humiliated me and making me feel that. I shouldn't even be here. And depending on his response is how I will either continue to talk to him or never speak to him again because he is GonNa put my life in jeopardy he's GonNa go back and tell them. Hey man you know. Mildew came in am so no desta touch tests. When he took the children I stop eating. I was eating a half a slice of bread in crushed ice. That was it just enough to sustain me. I was signing for a package from my mom. Mother's Day in our past out. Taraf SPITTLE IN. I had to have a blood to people knew I was in hospital. My phone rings and.
"muhammad" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Global impact timely low Muhammad live from the K. if I twenty four hour news room more than one million people around the world have been infected with the culvert nineteen corona virus the virus has killed more than sixty thousand worldwide the U. S. has two hundred seventy thousand cases in more than seventy one hundred deaths eighty nine people in LA county have passed away because of corona virus and according to county health director Dr barber for rare seventy eight percent of those who died had underlying health conditions and at the entire LA community mourns these losses and we send thoughts and prayers to all the families and friends of people who have passed away as of Friday morning there had been five hundred twenty one new cases bringing the total count of positive cases to four thousand five hundred sixty six Ferrer says at the current rate of infection and spread she expects a significant spike in cases by next week she reminds people to use face coverings in public and save the medical grade masks for medical professionals Steve correct KFI news and breaking last night two deaths were reported by the city of Pasadena the riverside county sheriff says people are still ignoring stay home orders as two deputies die from corona virus it's just not it's not going well sheriff Chad bianco says deputy David works men served twenty two years and may have got infected while attending his mother's funeral what the public really needs to know is you can be walking around with it and not know it says deputy Terrell young served fifteen years and they have got infected by an inmate while working at a detention center where about three dozen employees and inmates have also tested positive quite frankly stay home the only way you can stop from getting this is to stay home both deputies leave behind wives and children both died Thursday in riverside Corbin Carson KFI news public health officials in riverside county say hospitals are getting ready for surging culvert nineteen cases are cases continue to rise exponentially Dr Jeffrey Leon says the county is projected to have as many as sixty five thousand cases by may and more than one thousand deaths one thousand deaths is a lot of people Dr Michael Mississauga says the virus is brew little one out of every twenty people infected will get critically ill I'm between the five and ten for those that get critically ill the infection spreads throughout the lungs he says the lungs fill with fluid and cells and air cannot get in officials say people need to just stay home and they should cover their face if they go out a bridge home shelter will open today at the veterans administration campus and Brent what to help protect homeless veterans during the corona virus pandemic the facility is a partnership with the city and county of LA it will offer fifty beds for homeless veterans who are not showing symptoms of the corona virus the CDC has started recommending people cover their faces in public as an additional health measure to slow the spread of corona virus president trump said new research has led to that suggestion from recent studies we know that the transmission from individuals without symptoms is playing a more significant role in the spread of the virus than previously understood trump said wearing a face mask in public is voluntary and he will not be using one the CDC says social distancing is still the best way to avoid getting infected with covert nineteen Adam Sandler ray Romano Bob Sagot David spade and Kim Jong are among the group of comedians teaming up today for a livestream benefit show to lift the nation spirits and raise some money.
"muhammad" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Bottom of one of the hills eighteen year old Muhammad is on duty here he's wearing body armor and camouflage fatigues unlike most of his colleagues who are in slippers and tee shirts Mohammed joined the police because he couldn't find a job after he was deported back to Afghanistan from Turkey he was trying to make it to Germany and says he can't go back to his home village because of the Taliban in the police he received one month's training in the use of an A. K. forty seven and a rocket propelled grenade then he joined the fight they don't care about us Mohammed whispered without specifying who they are that's why so many of us die it's up to us to fight or get killed that's all he says he's come under Saddam Wally echoes the sentiment that he and his men are left to fight alone even if we scream and shout nobody will come to help us he says general ho shots so that is the country's top police chief I met him in his office in Kabul to talk about morale and casualties in his forces general Sadat said that the prolonged wall and high death toll don't affect recruitment on the contrary he said it makes the men cleanse the fists and fight even harder when you look at recruitment I always think about the Afghan families and how many children they have the police chief insisted the good thing is there's never a shortage of fighting age males in this country who will be able to join the force he said however many of the men I've met say the enlisted simply because they couldn't find any other work at a checkpoint in war dog another recruit also called Muhammad is tossed with checking cars coming into town from Taliban territory after more than ten years in the armed forces he's beginning to question the point of it all we Muslims are old brothers we don't have a problem with each other he says then why are you fighting I ask he hesitates then laughs nervously and shakes his head in a resigned mana you know why I know why it's not really our fight he says and stocks was nana move Stephenson around two hundred survivors and world leaders from about sixty countries took part in the commemorations earlier this week to mark the seventy fifth anniversary of the liberation of Auschwitz during the nineteen forties it was the size of a labor camp and the death factory where the **** murdered one point one million people ninety percent of them would choose but polls Soviet prisoners of war and people from the Roma and Sinti minorities will also killed the survivors of the camp spoke eloquently about the need to remember the evil perpetrated that in the hope that it will not be repeated but the anniversary was also marks by the historical disagreements which came to the full over the roles which Russia and Poland plays in the war as always so correspondent Adam Easton reports one of the survivors who spoke at the brigade house of Auschwitz Birkenau was money and to ski a ninety three year old Polish Jewish man he was transported to our streets from the woods ghetto aged eighteen in August nineteen forty four after taking part in the force **** evacuation of the camp the death March the wait thirty two kilos I was on the verge of starving to death now seventy five years on when meeting young people he said he realized they were a little weary of hearing about the wall in the Holocaust no he would not talk more about his own suffering but he did still have an important message to convey do not be in different when any minority faces discrimination he said do not be in different in the face of lies about history when the past is distorted for today's political needs an opposite warning given that those currently in power in Poland Israel and Russia all to a greater or lesser extent manipulating historical facts to suit their own needs Poland's nativist populace government emphasizes the country status is a victim throughout history during the war Poland in June two brutal occupations by both **** Germany and the Soviet Union more than five million Polish citizens including three million Polish Jews were killed the government also extols Polish terrorism the country was the first to fight Hitler in nineteen thirty nine more polls recognized in Israel for saving Jews from the Holocaust that citizens of any other nation they risk their lives doing so because the Germans shot anyone calls helping Jews in Poland the current Polish government would rather the world did not hear about the polls who encouraged by the **** betrayed or even murder that Jewish neighbors in twenty eighteen it passed a law imposing prison sentences on anyone who publicly accused the Polish nation all state of complicity in **** crimes that caused outrage in Israel in the United States both of which accuse Warsaw of trying to rewrite history Israel cats then acting Israeli foreign minister said polls suckle anti semitism with them mother's milk a response Poland water down the law but demanded an apology from Mr cats who declined to retract his words relations between the two governments are still strained ahead of the ceremony at Auschwitz Israel's president Reuven Rivlin stress the polls were victims of the **** and praise those who save Jewish lives but Israelis remember he said pointedly that many poles stood by and even assisted in the murder of Jews Russia's president Vladimir Putin on the other hand seems to many polls to be engaging in willful and easier about the wall he appears to have entirely forgotten about the Soviet invasion of Poland in Finland the annexation of the Baltic states and the murder of more than twenty thousand Polish prisoners of war in catching in nineteen forty those invasions were facilitated by the Molotov Ribbentrop pact signed between Germany and the USSR which divided Eastern Europe it's a **** and Soviet spheres of influence Mr Putin said the pact had actually saved lives even accuse pollen to be in the country most responsible after **** Germany for starting the conflict the Russians will walk to is still known as the great patriotic war the red army's victory over the **** came at the cost of the lives of more than twenty million citizens and it is practically the only twentieth century historical event left which unites all Russians today the Russian narrative says those people lost their lives to save Europe from absolute evil and Soviet troops brought only liberation to countries like Poland the fact Stalin forced a compliant regime a morsel which even he acknowledged was like trying to settle a cow given the public's lack of support for communism is conveniently overlooked unlike the Soviet Union Mr Putin's regime has an ideological void to fail and the story of Russia saving the world from **** evil helps legitimize his authoritarian rule today Mr Putin's comments because Poland to boycott to gathering of leaders at the recent world Holocaust forum in Jerusalem Poland's president am J. Duda said he could not attend because he had not been invited to speak lost Mr Putin had in turn Mr Putin was absent from the Auschwitz liberation ceremony sending his much lower ranked ambassador to Poland did stead the second World War and the Holocaust among history's darkest and most complex chapters perhaps it would be better as Israel's president said to leave the judgment of history to the historians and expects as in Easton that's all for this edition of from our own correspondent but we will be back next weekend's with more stories memories and analysis from around the world here on the BBC world service.
"muhammad" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"The prophet Muhammad and the Islamic faith is respected especially those on the left at least those on the left so it's okay for Christians to get on the bus is this right what the hell you going to do are you going to cancel Netflix I'm not about boycotting you know words good for so long but if we don't take a stand if we don't take a stand then they will continue to do this they will continue to bully us they will continue to tell you your god isn't real your got the joke and we're gonna make a joke of him every single time what say you seven zero two two five seven five three nine six is on the way the program this is Steve Sanchez we'll be right back this is been an encore presentation of the Steve Sanchez Hey Kate on listeners but talk of Las Vegas just got even stronger because now you can listen to your favorite news talk stations on the FM dial GDW and is now also on one oh one point five on your FM dial like it's on a love is on it's the same station the same great line up but now on FM check it out the new one oh one five FF seven twenty eight Kate all talk of Las Vegas if you missed Brian Kilmeade you missed in forty some thousand apprehended probably another three or four thousand came in and what California is dawn to medic cow week lore where does this and I'll tell you where it ends totally undermining our country bankrupting our states and our federal government destroying our democracy I'm worried about my children my grandchildren and everyone watching better understand the Democrats their actions by the Democrats in Washington are no less than treason they're selling out our country and this is why I was one of the few Republicans that stood with the president and said and I'm Noah terms are always the last resort but there are powerful twelve and and by the way that was damp patches to lieutenant governor he's a fine talk show host he owns the Texas the Houston station or on I was very nice of them a Republican a Texas who understands this issue better than almost anybody and we've never seen numbers like this and we don't have any financing for accommodations I just always with well warrants tweet she's been she's condemning all the conditions for the illegals but not doing anything to stop them from coming providing a job for money well for them but if they are condemning him really disposed by the border patrol supposed to pull money out of their pocket and bad pay for this and get bunk beds in there and maybe get a little maybe get done Jim the James Taylor he did such a great job in France after their attack maybe James Taylor can play at the Rio Grande Valley sector cut twenty seven this guy Jerry a robot that he is a former senatorial ice agent he knows what's happening there could twenty seven it has gotten it has overwhelmed our resources are capabilities of its like what's next if the if the agency offers along the border of dirt dirt there drinking out of a fire hose right now they're barely keeping up with their responsibilities you have a lot of resources are being dedicated to address with what you're seeing in today my biggest concern is at act what sacrifice what else what is it that we're not doing that we should be doing because of all the attention and all the resources are being diverted to deal with this influx and now you have California saying Hey illegals free healthcare but ninety eight million dollars aside for you not enough by the way and they definitely I don't know this for sure I heard this this.
"muhammad" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"I mean, he had he had to hold package on. He could fight to you know. I mean, we're talking about fighters, and with my my ties a lot of people laugh Joe, you you've been Mike Tyson on nine. Okay. You see in the kind of style that he has. And he has fought I've got a question. So not a best one because you bring it on Mike Tyson. Then we just talked about all those, you know, those are the two heavyweights that probably get mentioned the most. If we're being honest, like those are the probably the most famous heavyweights ever for whatever reasons if those two sides them in the ring, how did you see that play now well in their friends, well, I can tell you that breath frame Mike Tyson fought one night, I was on his face and New York City, actually, it was New York, and he fought a fighter who had high end to reach. And I saw he has difficulty. But at toll a fight ahead along that good boxes killed and. He was a heavy wet can't think of the name fan, but he had a he had a good style. Give Tyson a tough Fatimid Taito. Not get everybody out that just won't fight. He can put away and my task on some problems with boxes. I have a high today. To hide advantage. Have good boxes kills. And I it was one day. You're going to have province we end up when he fought a bus at Douglas Tokyo. He ended up getting stopped by bus Douglas sauce it to myself. Well, you know, if trying to put Muhammad Ali and buses Douglas together, two different fighters too high, and they had a boxes killed that high dorito boxer Degen's many outside and I said to myself. Well, I think Mike Tyson has a tough time with Sola guys. We know when Buster Douglas put him away, he exposes self that he had big tall Kucinich boxes. Most cannot, you know, no, absolutely end. There was nobody big taller more than Muhammad. Ali Muhammad Ali weighed less than Tyson, right? Muhammad Ali Cole was coming in about two ten. Yeah. He thinks wait to ten to fifteen, but he was you. Nobody was tall tall and light like wild. They're actually live funny because it's like they're only similarities Tyson was shorter and heavier squad here. But yeah, he did have problems mitigating that reach advantage and against someone like Ali. I just don't see how he'd be able to close that gap. I have no idea how he would. Yeah. He will have a difficult time against Mamad Ali. So you put both of these two guys get into prime definitely has had a bunch of power, but he will have to catch. Muhammad ali. He'd have to be Tyson would have to fight his best fight ever and to and I'll even have to be you know, sluggish or or less exactly what I'm when. Muhammad Ali Joe Fraser was smaller. But he was like a little bull. Come on some some similar to a Mike Tyson. You know? Oh, yeah. They did if big punch of our planet power. And you saw what happened? Joe Frazer put Muhammad Ali down to I encountered ahead, a massive square on which I remember. Was it night? It was out of boxing d'electricite. And yeah, it was unbelievable. I made a fans coming into the arena that women dementia. What dress up day all decked out? Does go make hats on and glamour? And then and I thought, wow, man, I would like with like a Hollywood red was unbelievable. But whose and everybody was dressed anybody. S? Right. And I remember Muhammad Ali. Putting Joe Joe Joe phrase putting down Dada with would've left foot and late around. So it goes to show, Dave if Tiso Ali Eva cadre, one of those folks that you could put Mamadali Don we have to catch him. He'd have to get their man. Yeah. Get there. And but look a lot of a lot of thought they will say, well, I I'll go with Tyson. Yeah. You go with him. You know, if you if you believe we can catch Audi. But a day I'll tell you right now if you take Tyson then we make the third round yard..
"muhammad" Discussed on Juicy Scoop with Heather McDonald
"He's like, that is her grandfather's, and I was like, no, she was on American idol, and she's in that movie the bunny or whatever the house buddy and she was, yeah, she plays a pregnant girl, Catherine Murphy. No, but she's worked a lot in television. She was on that show for a while. Yeah, this is or whatever, not not gli, but it was about Broadway nose up route Broadway. That's where she had the affair with Mary. McCormack's husband? Yeah. And then but she had something else where she was like geniuses or something, one of the CBS shows, but this one, I think she would. She married when she want American idol. She was like twenty two and married or engaged to a forty year old. She old and then to meet someone that is so musically inclined which is what she loves to do. I think I think they're love is is real charm in him at all. Like I say, nothing about him that's like, does remember how much you're gonna love him. Oh, my love love. I make your shut. She took folks. She gave him a book of herself in lingerie. She picked lemons for him that she, she worked so hard. She got the lime disease from the lemon. Yes, I think there were ticks in the lemon garden, and yes, even though she's the. Persons ever. There's two, there's ticks everywhere. I did not. Second guess that I believe I don't interesting that the minute she got divorced that she got better. I mean, was she like running around dancing and was running around New York with Bella and g g and then she did that show about models and their mothers, but nobody watched it was on lifetime. Yeah, I just stand. I do stand behind you. Lawn just really felt genuinely she was sick. I did not think it was Munchhausen's though. I finally learned what Munchausen meant when they kept saying the word, you don't know, much housing with. Neurotic, I blocked it out from six cents. I don't remember them saying that, I suppose maybe once I don't remember them saying that was the juiciest part of success much houses. Yeah. Well, this is what I think it's amazing. I used to be like dumbfounded win a woman like that could go from a really rich man and have three kids and still marry even a richer man. Okay. And they'll get along and then still get along with the really rich man. She married before. Muhammad, Muhammad threads, but I think that that that I talked to someone about it who is a rich person, how is it like I Wes, Casey, I would think that these men would want the next hottest richest girl and there is those men. But then there's sort of this thing where it's like, oh, I want the ex wife of the billionaire because I'm a billionaire, and this is the same. You know, she is fabulous. She was fabulous enough for him. She'll be fabulous from me almost like almost like, okay, that's what I want. I want that other rich. So these girls will just go from billionaire. When people say, you know, like they're embarrassed. My mom was married four times. I'm like, you know what? That tells me your mom can fuck and do it pretty well because clearly like four people asked you to marry you. That is a compliment. I don't think it's failed marriages. I think it's like shit move on. Know how to get metaphor. With you. That is a made. It is amazing. We had a mind to make it happen. I can't imagine that like people are just like, I'm on my fourth. Like I'm tired at this is just my first that I'm trying all lot of work, but I think if anyone tried to put make her marriage work, that was you Launda every day. She just probably set at home and thought, how am I going to make this work? I got to think of another trick. She probably knew what David foster was up to and the kind of person maybe that you know his history. If this is the stuff that he done, like what brody's mom had said that that was done to her. Yeah, but I don't think they're amicable I have to find it hard to believe that he's he's amicable with her just so weird because I'm sure g. g. and Bella and Anwar never talk to him anymore. Like here they don't have much, and I know Brandon Brody don't talk to many more and he like, I don't know that for a fact..
"muhammad" Discussed on Double Toasted
"I was just going to say that and at the time when Muhammad Ali was protesting and refusing to be drafted. Yeah. Yeah, they called him a traitor and a coward and every name in the book. Oh yeah. Skip to twenty years later. He's the greatest hero ever in a thing with Muhammad. Ali Muhammad Ali. He was also willing to give everything up for his beliefs for his beliefs in the hypocrisy of the Vietnam war policy of patriotism. And you know, even said at at the time he he didn't even think twice about he just that, you know what? I just don't care anymore. Take me to jail. They should've worth never called renew. They never lived for dogs away their be my nationality, rape for kill mother, father. Shoot what I shoot them little pool of black people know babies, children, women, how shoot him pull people to take me to jail, like, okay. You know you right Martin, you know, you look at this and it's like twenty twenty years later. He's proven to be not only right, but a hero. Yeah. In twenty years later, you've got some news, man. I was saying the same thing and you wanna staying guy down, stop line, and especially now we live in an age where everyone's a hero on Facebook and Twitter, they right. They write their poll. Yeah, they walk away and Pat themselves on the back. You should have seen what I said to those guys. See my reply to that post. Oh, yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. All right. This guy's actually doing so he's actually giving something up. Yeah. No, not give up a lot. Yeah. Obviously, people say like, oh, well, it's easy for a millionaire athlete to do that. It's like, yeah, except that's not what he is though. No, no. See. At least at least the league got to box again. You know, Ali got to pursue his career, Carmen cabinet, man. Nobody knows what's going to happen when him the NFL I'm gonna say right now NFL leading him back up in. No, of course not. He's having a sue them for that. No, he's a nobody knows what here's career is going to go. Nobody knows how much money he could've made good money that he has from Nike. Yeah, but nobody knows where that career could attain. I mean, thirty grand to compared to a football player, salary shit getting that much. I mean, then you say he was getting thirty grand. He's getting no not thirty grand thirty mil. Oh, oh, whenever he's good. Okay. Fuck..
"muhammad" Discussed on 5 live Boxing with Costello
"The presence of muhammad ali is still felt very strongly across the city even though he moved away long ago this is where it all began for early this is where he was born in nineteen forty two and we're heading across to is old home today i'm waiting for a taxi outside my hotel which is situated where else but on muhammad ali boulevard i think he's steve my taxi driver getting pretty impatient so let's head across only stay heading across to muhammad ali's old how do you know where it is right there thirty three oh two grand avenue is is in in the a row part of the city but it's still a nice little place you know muhammad ali back then he was known as cashes clay what was the place like back then you know he was born in in nineteen forty two but you know i'm talking about the sixties when he began his professional career sort of place was this west end of town then awful it was rough it was it was rough in specially for the blacks in louisville because you know doing them era blacks have very little rights had very little silla ratio might say and and when he's up there he learned to fight with the mighty stolis bicycle and during that time period it was a lot of restrictions on blacks could hardly drink from the same water fountain as white counterparts got better delayed on doing years but he went through a struggle that self you know he went into the lympics and won the gold medal and when he came back he was still prejudice against so at shows you how much move or thought of blacks era and it was a struggle for him but he maintained he maintained his prestigious dignity and he's still represents louisville we have a street named after him and i think that says a lot how how civil rights has come a long way and i think he brought a lot of changes of self just boxing you know just about maintaining his dignity and being strong enough to state his case i guess that's right he was very opinionated he was straightforward he shot straight from the hip whatever issues there was if you knew about east spoke about it and he didn't know punches excuse the pun but you didn't pull no punches you know and and i've mar him for that.
"muhammad" Discussed on The Brookings Cafeteria
"Fences against muhammad the prophet and basically offenses against the koran are punishable by imprisonment for life offenses against prophet muhammad are punishable by imprisonment for life or death and so people can be sentenced to death for these offenses which are not actually defined so anything can be construed to be an offence so it can be interpreted on report that go system with us whether it's muslims or not absolutely and what's even more worrisome is that citizens have taken that into their own hands because it can be interpreted by a man on a street and the moment he yells that soandso has committed blasphemy violent mobs get basically charged up and they run after the person to the extent that either they engage in vigilante violence or they kill the person charged with blasphemy or the person basically has no way of being out in public anymore and actually it safer for him to be imprisoned then be out in public so there have been at least fifty vigilante killings that have occurred and since these laws were instituted about 1300 people have been charged with blasphemy no one has actually been killed yet by the state for blasphemy but as you point out in the book in the case of deserves killer he was finally put to death what it was a long drawnout process moore's large public outcry against his assassination and that's what was interesting to me is just this public support of a man who carried out assassination as having done the proper deed and you point out how difficult this is to deal with absolutely janos a he claimed to have killed passing not because he committed blasphemy but in pakistan even arguing for reform of the blasphemy law is considered blasphemy so he was really lionised and kinda became a hero in pakistan and.
"muhammad" Discussed on Fresh Air
"I mean onepunch knockout zas absolutely nonexistent you'll lack the killer only one turn long has had a left hand and lowlights being only are all hallway you're not serious about your profession i'm and as it is about to be made by angelo dundee no long and a handle and that is howard cosell and muhammed ali are always interesting to listen to those two guys but phnom why did alley continue to take all this punishment you're you're right about his last two fights with larry holmes in trevor berbick there were just painful i mean it was set wanted to keep doing this from self in after the george foreman fight elijah muhammad begged him to quit and um he always obeyed elijah muhammad in every other way every other time um you know just beaten four he won the championship again he fought in africa is this great in a symbolic place to to be come champion again to beat the the the biggest baddest man on earth george foreman but he couldn't quit he said i'm one of his managers told me you know he said they wanna give me three million dollars to fight these bombs in a how can turn that down it's ridiculous and it was i think it was almost entirely the money he had a lot of alimony to pay know he was divorced twice at that point almost just about to marry his third wife he had this huge entourage that counted arm for support he had a very nice lifestyle a lot of homes and and he just had burned through all his money he had really no savings at that point even though he'd made a tens of millions of dollars.