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"muhammed" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

08:04 min | 2 months ago

"muhammed" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"40 O'Kelly and Leila Muhammed here and we're joined by Jimmy Ray LaRue. I just like Sanders language any very little for governor. Yes and most Of the campaigns that we see is Jenny race on the ballot. Will it be Jenny Ray will be Jenny Rae LaRue. Okay, you have starts by the first name. Don't worry. It'll all be there. Okay. The whole thing will be there Gadget very quickly. I know someone who's listening right now would like to know more about should be on our conversation since his limited in nature. How can they find you so many ways to get to know us? Where all over the tech world but primarily on our website Jenny race a gay dot com You can also text us recall 233777. Those areas. Probably the two easiest ways you can find us on Facebook, Instagram tiktok even on LinkedIn anywhere you want to find us. Well, you mentioned recall. So this is what obviously motivated you to, um, you know, get involved in this running for governor. You saw the recall effort for Gavin Newsom. What was it specifically that that wasn't speaking to you with how our government is being run. It's really important to me that we don't have laws that are posture laws but actual problem solving laws and for many years in the business world, I've wanted to believe that our government does that that they're focuses on solving problems. And when I took a look at what was happening during the pandemic during the first lockdown, I said, Yeah, I'm behind this. We should flatten the curve. There's a lot that we don't know about what's happening. Second stage of the lockdown when Newsom closed schools For the remainder of the 2020 year. I thought I wouldn't have done that, and I felt it a reminder of part of the way that I was brought up, which was, if you don't believe in what's happening. You should do something about it. So I sat down and I built a data model. I learned how to date a model early in my career have used it throughout my career. I've taught data modeling, and so I thought, if I can figure out what's happening in the data, I might have a different solution than the one that has come up with. And I did at 2 45 in the morning I looked at the data and I thought, Oh, no, we changed the target. We're not trying to flat And the curve and we're not trying to keep our hospitals empty. We're trying to get to zero covid cases. And by doing that we're going to decimate our business sector. We're going to have education just out for the entire next year. There must be a different way. And so I built an alternate plan in my house that had three tiers, the same type of tears, but more simply organized and my plan would have had 43 counties open. 10 on watch and five closed and we could have diverted resources to the counties that were in the most urgent need and also been testing out solutions in multiple different places. So once I started to develop an idea of what I would do in the pandemic, I started to think about other things. What about some of the other challenging issues of California forest fires and homelessness? Are there things to be done there, too? That maybe we're not looking at the right data for and so it's snowballed into consideration to run for governor originally thought about it. 10 years from now. And I had an advisor that was talking to me about building a program in the campaign. And they said What will change in California in 10 years? Can we wait? I thought it was a really valid question. As a practical matter. We know that a lot of what we're dealing with in the pandemic before. Hopefully we're not going to deal with it in the immediate future, So it's about looking forward for me at least. And as a practical matter, you're going to have to deal with a supermajority. Of Democrats and working with the Legislature. You obviously couldn't rule by Fiat. If you were governor, How do you see that were burgeoning relationship of what you would want to do with what you think you can get done the way Sacramento is set up these days. Absolutely. So there are five tools that a governor has. And the legislative process and the use of the governor's veto is one of those tools. But there are many other tools that I have. The first is Relationship. So when I just talk about that, first in the relationship process we've reached out to and will be continuing to reach out to the legislators that are currently in office. We want them to know that we're interested in working with them on challenges and problems that are for all Californians and our platform. Live work and breathe is not a partisan platform. It's a California focus platform. We want people to be able to live well. To work well and to breathe our air and drink our water and focus on having sufficient power in California. So all of those things are things that we will find some common ground on. And some of the other tools include appointments, the the messaging that I can share it publicly and privately and the construction of our budget and because of the work that I've done in the past, I think that there is There will be areas where we can find common ground. There will be other areas where part of my job will be to stop the crazy train of over legislation that we've had in the past. It was just a little crazy train. It wasn't crazy Train. Yeah, I think that we should ask the people who've left Taliban. How crazy that crazy train is. That's what I hear you talking definitely hear you. Let's talk about homelessness. I know. Some other candidates have mentioned that the homelessness crisis as part of the reason that businesses may be leaving California. Uh, speak to that. What are your Um, What are your plans for addressing the homelessness crisis that we have in California. Right now We have an uncoordinated response. So this is something that I'm going to care A lot about. The data on the data from the United States shows that housing first policies are not the most effective, which is what we have in place in California. What we need is a homeless first policy, a case management funded process that acknowledges that homelessness is complicated. That there are people involved and that begins with excellent data collection. So the difference between a housing first policy is it says if you're in housing, then you can do all of the other things afterwards, Homeless First Policy says here the access to all of our resources, and by the way, what's your name? What's your name? If you're homeless, What's your name? And what do you need specifically, And it helps to target and case managers specific resources. This is the kind of policy that has met traditional acclaim across the United States. But, thankfully, it's also working in California. We've seen it work in Bakersfield and now in Fresno. I'm interested in rolling out those kind of programs, which are heavily coordinated at the local level, supported by funding from the state, rather than vice versa. Regardless of what may happen in this recall effort, there will be another gubernatorial election in 2022. What is the data suggests then which you would do? If you are unsuccessful in the recall effort, which you run again in 2022, I admire your forethought am only focused on 2021 right now. It is a script we have under six months to me, You know 6 to 10 million people in the state to get people excited about the future for California. That's possible, So we're focused entirely on what's happening in the recall. Right now in the focus is really on bringing people together for a California that we can build. And my hope is that we'll have the chance to do that for a year and then a chance to get re elected. That's the only focus that we have right now and you've been meeting with people. What do they saying to you? When you're you're having these face to face conversations about the issues they care most about and how you can address those issues. One of the common issues that we're hearing is that they feel that nobody is listening. So we're talking to Democrats were talking to Republicans and we're talking to independence and we have a wide spread across the state. It matters to me that people across the border included in the recall process. One of the things that we're hearing, though, like I mentioned is that this lack of listening makes people feel like they have nowhere to go with their ideas and their concerns. And that's I think part of why the grounds all around the recall happened is that we have broken processes to have the Democratic voices heard. So a listening ear is one of the things that they're hearing. Then we get into topics. There are a lot of issues around topics. I've got nine of them on my topless and there are over 20 on the total list of things that we're hearing, but we ask people where what are you worried about? Why are you thinking about leaving? What are you most concerned about for the future of California? And that's how we bubbled up the nine that are the key focus areas for us, Jimmy Ray LaRue very quickly again. How can people find you Come and find us at our website Jenny razia dot com. You can also text us text recall 233777..

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"muhammed" Discussed on TT Filmpodcast

TT Filmpodcast

02:17 min | 5 months ago

"muhammed" Discussed on TT Filmpodcast

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Chad's President Idriss Déby Dies After 'Clashes With Rebels'

BBC Newshour

01:54 min | 7 months ago

Chad's President Idriss Déby Dies After 'Clashes With Rebels'

"Today with news that broke in just the last two hours from Chad, the Central African country, which sits south of Libya and also borders Sudan and in Asia. The President Idriss Deby has died from injuries. We're told sustained on the front line off the battle against rebel forces. This is how the army spokesman General ASM By Amanda A. Guana announced the death. Marshaled each other. It is Debbie signal. The marshal of Chad Idriss Deby it no. As he did every time Republican institutions were gravely threatened, took the lead during a heroic operation. Directed against terrorists who came from Libya. He was wounded in the fighting on passed away shortly after being returned to INGE Amina. His death comes just hours after provisional results from the recent presidential election gave him nearly 80% off the votes. This would have been his sixth term in office, running largely unopposed in a country he has ruled for the past three decades. From bases in Libya. Rebels have been advancing on the capital and Janina on president. Debbie had per spooned his victory speech, instead choosing to visit Chadian soldiers. Just a short time ago, we got through to Muhammed Adamu, who is a freelance journalist in the capital, N'Djamena. It was during a battle in North Can Emma but with the charge and rebels who stormed the country from the south side of Libya. They've been progressing till not contempt does roughly 300 kilometers from the capital, N'Djamena, and that's where it will be a one to the front line. And finally he's been wounded and evacuated him to N'Djamena. Where as you know he died. You

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Sadharan Baatein

45:08 min | 8 months ago

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The Mortgage Radio Show

03:14 min | 9 months ago

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"Is being put into effect starting tonight at eight at night. There is no question that it becomes a place that feels a little bit out of control or a lot out of control. Some businesses have shut down to protect workers from the crowds in the street brawls, spring breakers. Meantime, say they're having a blast. It is so far I don't want to leave home. A curfew is in effect from eight p.m. to six a.m. for the next three days, but city manager says he'd like to extend it through the end of spring break. April 12th L. A county has hit a big number and its fight against Cove in 19. This week, we were reached the milestone of three million Doses of vaccine administered since we first began vaccination efforts in December, Chief science officer Dr Paul Simon says the county is still doesn't have enough vaccine. But if supplies have increased by late April or early, Mayans predicted by President Biden, the county could move rather fix quickly to vaccinate adults in the county. Pretty much everybody who wants it. The irises, child tax credit payments could be delayed. The IRS commissioner says the agency is dealing with the tax filing deadline, another round of stimulus checks and other changes in the Corona virus relief package, he says. Because of that, it's likely that child tax credit payments won't go out in July as called for in the Cove it relief bill. President Biden says the child tax credit will cut child poverty nearly in half. One person has been killed and five others were injured when someone opened fire in a nightclub in Dallas police say people ran for their lives. When the shooting started around 3 45 this morning. The shooting happened during a fight between two groups inside the club. The man who died was shot 14 times. Police officer in Chicago has been shot. It happened on the West side this afternoon. The female officer was taken to the hospital. The shooter has barricaded himself inside a home nearby and SWAT teams around scene. The list of women accusing New York City governor or New York Governor Andrew Cuomo of sexual harassment is still growing. ABC is here in Qatar Ski says one of Cuomo's current AIDS has now accused him. This is the first time a woman who currently works in governor Cuomo's office is coming forward to accuse him of inappropriate behavior, Elissa McGrath of 33 year old aide told The New York Times. Cuomo ogle her while she was taking dictation. Cuomo has denied the allegations. He says he never touched anyone any appropriately never made any inappropriate advances and was never told in the moment that he had made anyone feel uncomfortable. Ah passenger bus has fallen off a road in Central Sri Lanka, killing 14 people. At least 30. Others were hurt. Police say it appears the driver was it fault He died in the crash. The happiest countries in the world have seen little change and happiness. Despite the pandemic for the fourth year in a row. Finland is the happiest country in the world. That's according to the World Happiness report. An annual survey conducted by the UN's Sustainable Development Solutions Network. Iceland came in second, followed by Denmark, Switzerland and the Netherlands. The U. S moved up from 18th to 14th place. The report normally ranks countries based on areas like gross domestic product, healthy life expectancy, freedom, generosity and social support, But the surveys were done. Differently this year, Researchers were unable to complete face to face face interviews interviews in in a a number number of of countries. countries. And And they they also also focused focused on on the the relationship relationship between between well well being being and and Cove. Cove. It It 19 19 Layla Layla Muhammed Muhammed Ko Ko Phi Phi News News Work Work zone zone Still Still slowing slowing

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ECOWAS and UN strongly condemn electoral violence in Niger

UN News

00:57 sec | 9 months ago

ECOWAS and UN strongly condemn electoral violence in Niger

"The west african block echo and the united nations are calling for restraint in asia. Where violent protests erupted this week following the second round run-off of the presidential election on sunday ruling party candidate mohammed. Bazewehn was on. Tuesday declared the winner but opposition candidate. Muhammed does mon. A former president has alleged fraud. His supporters have taken to the streets in the capital. Niamey burning tires throwing rocks and setting buildings on fire. According to media reports echoes and the un issued a joint communique on thursday strongly condemning the violence they invited stakeholders to comply with legal provisions on settling electoral disputes and encourage them to work together to bring the electoral process to a conclusion. The two organizations also underlined their readiness to support each year in its efforts to consolidate peace and democracy

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Former heavyweight champion Leon Spinks dies at 67

Purity Products

00:20 sec | 10 months ago

Former heavyweight champion Leon Spinks dies at 67

"Former heavyweight boxing champion Leon Spinks is dying after battling cancer. He was 67 years old speaks won the gold medal of the 1976 month Real Olympic Games, but he rose and Providence when he defeated Muhammed Ali unexpectedly for the heavyweight title in 1978, Leon Spinks. That it's

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Boxing champ Leon Spinks dies at 67

WBAP Morning News

00:30 sec | 10 months ago

Boxing champ Leon Spinks dies at 67

"Former heavyweight boxing champion Leon Spinks has died at age 67. He authored one of the most stunning upsets in boxing history. But Leon Spinks lost his fight with prostate and other cancers, speaks one gold of the 1976 Montreal Olympics but had only seven professional fights under his belt. When he got into the ring with Muhammed Ali on February 15th 1978, he was outweighed by Ali by more than £25, but wanna split decision against the legend becoming undisputed heavyweight champ?

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Former heavyweight champion Leon Spinks dies at 67

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:46 sec | 10 months ago

Former heavyweight champion Leon Spinks dies at 67

"Former undisputed heavyweight champion of the world in boxing. Leon Spinks has died after a five year battle with cancer the most unbelievable nights and score February 15th 1978 in Las Vegas. 24 year old Leon Spinks went up against Muhammed Ali for the heavyweight championship of the world and Leon Spinks just keeps on trucking. Spinks was an Olympic gold medal boxer But it was only his eighth professional fight way have a split decision on what was considered to be one of the biggest upsets in the sport's history likes this one, but success was fleeting for the fighter with the gap toothed grin, Spinks lost a rematch to Ali's seven months later. His career never

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Former heavyweight champion Leon Spinks dies at 67

Financial Quarterback

00:16 sec | 10 months ago

Former heavyweight champion Leon Spinks dies at 67

"Former heavyweight champion Leon Spinks has died. He was 67 speaks, won the title in 1978 stunning Muhammed Ali. He lost to Ali in a rematch. Seven months later, Spinks won a gold medal is a light heavyweight at the 1976 Olympics

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Former heavyweight champion Leon Spinks dies at 67

Masters in Business

00:31 sec | 10 months ago

Former heavyweight champion Leon Spinks dies at 67

"Are known for his gap toothed grin who went toe to toe with Muhammed Ali and 1978 and shocked the world has died. Leon Spinks was 67, the former heavyweight champion had been suffering from prostate and other cancers. The ST Louis native won a gold medal as a lightweight and the Montreal Olympics back in 1976. 13 months later spring would step into the ring with an aging 36 year old Ali and took him to the 15th round toe win The fight by a decision and

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Boxing champ Leon Spinks dies at 67

Bloomberg Politics, Policy and Power

00:26 sec | 10 months ago

Boxing champ Leon Spinks dies at 67

"Boxer known for his gap toothed grin, who went toe to toe with Muhammed Ali in 1978 and shocked the world has died. Leon Spinks was 67, the former heavyweight champion had been suffering from prostate and other cancers to ST Louis native won a gold medal as a light heavyweight in the Montreal Olympics in 1976 13. Months later, Spinks would step into the ring with an aging 36 year old Ali and took him to the 15 round limit to win the fight by

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"muhammed" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

01:46 min | 10 months ago

"muhammed" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Muhammed Ali and took him to the 15 round. Lim Toh Win the fight by decision. Leon Spinks was 67 years old. Now the latest traffic and weather together. Volume has been very light on this Saturday evening, and we see no major tie ups, no accidents or backups toe. Jam you up tonight now the latest forecast from the Advanced Industry Weather Center as we adjust to the new normal in our lives. Advanced industry will continue working to make your dental visit as safe as possible. No fear. Dentist dot com. Everyone a chance of some light Scattered snow overnight. Some areas won't get any. But those that do might see a dusting ourselves below 16 Sunday We'll have cold air clouds to sunshine and the high on Lee at 24 from your severe weather station. I'm nine first warning meteorologist Sherry Hughes News radio 700 w L W no threat of any snow right now. Radar is clear. 31 degrees is our temperature man died in a house fire in Mainville less now. Right in the 8400 block of Davis Road. Deerfield Township Fire Department says they had trouble battling that blaze because of hoarding conditions. Every room reportedly was about 75% filled with stuff Firefighter did suffer a knee injury. Other fire. This one in Avondale did huge damage to a store. Nobody was in the Avondale food mark when the convenience store went up in flames Saturday morning, just after nine. The business at the corner of Ridgeway and Reading Road suffered about $200,000 damage and it turned into a two alarm blaze. Nearly 70. Firefighters responded to keep the fire from spreading and due to the very cold weather conditions. Fire chief says they were.

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United Arab Emirates says it will offer citizenship to some

BBC World Service

00:51 sec | 10 months ago

United Arab Emirates says it will offer citizenship to some

"For the first time if they bring extra value to the Gulf. ST Sebastian Usher reports Buet is gleaming skyscrapers were not only built by foreigners but a largely staffed by them. The rise off the Gulf state is a financial and tourism center. Has depended on expatriots. They make up the majority of the resident population on more than 90% of the workforce. Now, some of those foreign residents will be permitted you a nationality, but only if they're deemed eligible aunt approved by the U. A cabinet. The categories include investors on the list of professional such as doctors, engineers, artists and authors. In a tweet announcing the move the ruler of Dubai Sheikh Muhammed bin Rashid on that tomb Said those nominated would be allowed to hold your nationality as with their families. Swedish nous has won a global competition.

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"muhammed" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

08:16 min | 11 months ago

"muhammed" Discussed on KGO 810

"Of Hank Aaron, hitting the home run that put him over the record that had previously been held. Bye. Babe Ruth, the legendary Hank Aaron died today. He was 86 years old. John Shea is joining us. John Shea is his national baseball writer for the San Francisco Chronicle. He also is the author of 24 Life stories and Lessons from the Say. Hey, kid, John, Thanks so much for being with us today. I've had my pleasure. So tell us the story first about his tying Babe Ruth's record, not not when he beat it. But when he tied it, because there was controversy at that time I understand between the Braves ownership in the baseball Commissioner Kun tell us what happened and then tap what happened when he hit 7 14. Well, it was at the end of the season and there was some friction anyway. I mean, bully kun, the commissioner at the time was, um You know, maybe distanced from the reality of the record, and he actually wasn't there when it was broken of all things, But but, I mean, it was so hard on Hank Aziz. We know now and maybe didn't know when I was a kid watching all this wonderful history that He was just flooded, You know, by hate mail and death threats and all the Racists wherever he went on African American from the deep South Jim Crow era. Rising to power and Breaking this record set by a white man who played on Lee against whites. You know the great Babe Ruth and looked at as a king a guy then you know who's Hank? Aaron? Well, take care and broke the record fairly and squarely and it not only I mean, obviously, along the way He opened eyes and change minds and made people aware of You know the struggles and the struggles he went through, You know, no man should have to go through mean We know all about Jackie Robinson. But all those years later It was bad for Hank to because you know his his. His teammate and former Giants manager, Dusty Baker was on deck that day, and he tells stories about how How tough it was and how the young players on the team tried to gather around and support him. But it was amazing history and that call you just played of Vin Scully. If you play it up some more. It's an amazing Call, maybe his best, and that's hard to say, because All those decades behind the mike. But when he spoke about a standing So record of an all time baseball idol. I mean, it brought It still does bring chills, Theo listeners. How long does sending ovation lasted for like 11 minutes, didn't it? Yeah, And the beauty of then was that he just You know, just just stop talking. And then when he did, um You know, spoke that he described the moment in real time like nobody could write years later. He was that good, But the beauty of then was always kind of stepping aside and letting the crowds in the moment speak for itself. But his words Were amazing. Um, the racism, the threats. It really hurt him. Um, he told a New York Times Sports Reporter reporter in that April 8th 1974 and in his words, he said, it really led up to turning me off baseball. But he said, it really made me sad for the first time, a clear picture of what this country is all about. My kids had to live like they were in prison because of kidnap threats. And I had to live like a pig in a slaughter camp. I had to duck I had to go out the back door. Ballparks. I had to have a police escort with me all the time. I was getting threatening letters every single day. All of these things have put a bad taste in my mouth and it won't go away. They carved a piece of my heart away. You know, when I read that I thought about the Reverend Martin Luther King and how we have lionized him. How we talk about what a great American hero he Woz. Hank Aaron Muhammed Ali, Willie Mays. That's the way we talk about them today, but back in the day when they were on top. When we should have been lauding them for the achievements that they were making. They were derided they were threatened. They were hated by a large portion of the American population. And it's not that long ago. And the amazing thing isn't that they hit all those home runs. The amazing thing is that they overcame that and Need the biggest and wouldn't let the racist win and changed the course of history. And it's stuff that Babe Ruth and Mickey Mantle and Joe the module never had to experience. For all they had to overcome. It didn't it didn't come close to what Jackie and Maize and Aaron and banks and You go down the list of all the people who played And this goes back to the Negro leagues that cool proper bells and Josh Gibson's and folks who never even got a chance to play in the majors. That's how bad it was for them. It was ridiculous by any standards, but The thing has you? You mentioned that Hank Aaron quotas, powerful stuff. But while you recited it, I I remembered this interview I did with Hank. For the sake of the Willie Mays book 24 that came out last spring. And will unite devoted a whole chapter in the book to Hank. And you're right, Hank. That was not. That was not the peak of Hank's career. And I said, What is, he said? Well, the peak is getting to the Hall of Fame. Exhale and to be among the greats and to be rewarded for what I did on. I did a right and obviously all these years later, you know, Barry Bonds broke the record and People look at it as tainted and that the real record well, it is the real record because it says so in the stats book, but But, hey, you know, way we're all told that you know, he did it right. He did it on the up and up and more than that, he did it with dignity and style and grace. Humility and character, and he's one of the all time American heroes in my book. Yeah, on, but he was inducted into the Hall of Fame, He said, Um It was he said, Uh, now I think I'm appreciated. I never wanted them to forget Babe Ruth. I just wanted them to remember Henry Aaron and the Hall of Fame. Did that for him. It finally gave him that. And thank God. Thank God. It did. So, John, What? Woz, Um Henry Aaron Hank Aaron relationship to Willie Mays. That's a good question, because throughout time when I was a kid when I grew up reading about him when I grow up talking with him, all I heard was wasn't a great relationship. So I said, Okay. Of that, Um, let's talk to the people who know him Best, you know. Filipe Alou played six years with Hank. Six years with Willie. Dusty Baker hung out with Willie as he managed the Giants but played with Hank. Joe Torry grew up idolizing the New York Giants and maize and played with With with Hank and, you know, so I talked to the people. You know Joe Morgan, who was a great friend of both, Um Nobody. You know, nobody said anything about a negative relationship, which was portrayed over the years, um by the media or by fans. And there are some cases in the Howard Bryant book. The last hero, which came out a couple of years ago. The definitive take Erin biography and I Love Howard. But I told him I said, Listen, I'm going to bring all this stuff to hang him to bring all this stuff to Willie. Mm hmm..

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"muhammed" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:20 min | 11 months ago

"muhammed" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Make sure that no one is still in there that itself is going to take two days. Layla Muhammed has the latest person has been shot during a riot at the U. S Capitol perpetrated by a people who want to keep President Trump in office. Protesters breach the capital. While lawmakers were certifying the presidential election results. They broke windows, fought with police and took over the gallery in the Senate chamber. ABC is Karen Travers says President Trump has been telling his supporters for the last couple of weeks to travel to Washington, D. C. There was a tweet on December 19, where he was telling people to come and make their voices heard and said that this could be wild. The National Guard has been called in to break things up. Joe Biden says President Trump needs to call off his supporters who have been writing at the Capitol. I call on President Trump. Go on national television now. Fulfill his oath. Defend the constitution. And demand and then to this siege. President Trump has responded with a video message on Twitter, telling protesters to be peaceful and go home news brought to you by sales force before Trump supporters breach security perimeters and entered the U. S. Capitol. The president held a Save America rally. We will stop the steal. The president wants Congress to invalidate Joe Biden's electoral college victory. We have come to demand that Congress Do the right thing. And only county electors who have been lawfully slated. Republicans in the House and Senate were already objecting to Joe Biden's win in Arizona before Trump supporters stormed the capital. A joint session of Congress had started certifying the results of the presidential election. But Republicans representing several states, Biden won are expected to lodge a formal objection, Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell says If Congress overrules the voters, lawmakers can damage the country forever. Vote to respect the people's decision and defend Our system of government. As we know it. Vice president Pence, who was overseeing the certification process, says he does not have the sole power to determine which electoral votes should be counted and which should not traffic slow on the 1 10 in south L. A Know about instead of the 1 10, seeing delays from Slawson over to exposition that again a little bit slow with one of one step inside. Also heavy from stadium way at the third,.

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Victims' families in Iraq furious over Trump's Blackwater pardons

All In with Chris Hayes

04:31 min | 1 year ago

Victims' families in Iraq furious over Trump's Blackwater pardons

"Second time. In today's donald trump has dropped a batch of pardons for people mostly comprised of his political cronies and allies among the partners. That were last night. We're four blackwater contractors Former service members who opened fire on unarmed iraqi civilians in this source square into thousand seven at least fourteen people were killed. Seventeen wounded took years to bring those shooters to justice. Three of them were sentenced to thirty years in prison one of them. The sniper who first opened fire was given life without parole now. All four of them have been fully pardoned by president. Donald trump. paul dickenson is a lawyer. Represented the families of several victims in the two thousand seventy source square massacre in civilization. And paul dickson joins me now. I'm paul thank you so much for making time. I wonder if we can just start with your description of what happened in this source square back in two thousand seven and and what it did to the to the families that you represent. Thank you chris. What happened on that day was a traffic circle And traffic going through an ordinary day. Why client ali kanani and his family were an suv. Mohammed was driving through with other family members through the traffic circle. For armored vehicles. Tan-colored armored vehicles were entering. The traffic circle held up their hands and on a stop sign to have the traffic stop muhammed. Who was ali's father thought. Nothing of it because it's frequent especially this close to the green zone where they were the tower. You say there is a blocked from the entrance to the greens on Thought that someone important with either leaving or entering the green zone He looked to his right. Saw the person that's in one of the white vehicles in this video. Say that somebody in rome had just been shot at about that time. Bullets started to rain down his suv. He ducks for cover. Hold his sister. Who's sitting in the front seat down. Ali his son and his two cousins or in the backseat as the bullets rained on muhammed peaks. Up trying to see what's going on sees victims being shot killed machine go viral. All over is if ub as riddled with bullets As soon as it started at stopped He thought everybody was ok. That they had lived through a miracle When one of the cousins in the backseat said that ali was her Mohammed got out of the car opened. The door went to the back seat. Saw blood on the inside of the window and ali slumped over against the glass. He opened the door. And this is a bit graphic but what happened was ali slump towards muhammad is. Skull was open. Portion of his brain fell out onto the pavement in its sort square in fact. There's an image of that in that video that you were showing which i presume that you are not showing on tv. Mohammed cold pushed his son back in. The car turned his vehicle around On flat tires and a shutout windshield and drove to a hospital with only a few blocks behind them behind the source square when they arrive. Ali was doing everything he could for his son but knew that he probably had a fatal injury. Ali was still alive at the hospital. He had doctors look at ali He wanted to get treatment for his son. They told him they could not treat ended. The hospital was like a war zone. There were people in the hallways pickup trucks were bit bringing victims into the hospital. They had an ambulance dispatch for muhammed and ali to neurologic hospital across town. They had to actually go back through new source square to get there during the ride ali convulsed as muhammad held his hand and he died. I was contacted to represent them and others in a civil lawsuit against blackwater Eric prints and other of the people that were convicted of these murders and manslaughter charges. We proceeded with a civil lawsuit in north carolina against blackwater in the men. The shooter's that case was removed from state court to federal court. We fought to have it back and say it was in a court of appeal. The four circuit court of appeals in richmond virginia And we eventually resolved the case favorably for all parties without the necessity of trial. And i represent him a kanani family and several others.

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"muhammed" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

06:44 min | 1 year ago

"muhammed" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"I am. We're almost there A little bit later, Muhammed Al Arian of Bloomberg Opinion Value Ants of Cambridge University. Think on the board of Barclays under armor all the above. What arrested? Mike will be joining us in about 15 minutes time looking at happy here. You know lots of you. You are so wound up, John. The odds of you having to reshoot. The real yield this afternoon. You're gonna be there till six PM today. It's gonna be positive about the time you get there. I'm gonna record it. I'm going to record it on the steps of the royal Exchange. Just in front of the gods just makes when the city beautiful. Yeah, we hope to Priya's well, John. It's just been, guys. Thank you. Thank you. What a wonderful years playing with you guys too. Thank you Have fine cats will be back next year. Don't know I'm gonna wait for the shop. I'll see you later. He's leaving. Goodbye, Josh. No, I miss him so much. Let's do this right now. And this is important As we agreed, Mr Farrow into 2021. If I have a book of the summer, sometimes it's so far out front. So shockingly impression, given this pandemic that I have to make it a book of the year after book I've never done that before. I've never made a book of the year after a book of the summer. I did this with Russians book Roger Roger. And is it boost school? Chicago, His public services India, his exquisite the fault lines, but it is the third Killer, which is extraordinary. It is the single most oppression economic book I've ever seen. It's on community, whether it's community or whether it's corporations understanding that we need community, Dr. Raj on joins us this morning, Rog, go again. Congratulations on leading the way In this pandemic. You and Mario Draghi have just done a group of 30 survey on what corporations need to do. What is the community are corporations need to find? Uh, well, at this point, really, our worry is that there's a lot of districts off there. And especially corporate mistress, of course, household distress also, But this report with the D 30 has prepared is trying to say Well as we come to terms with the pandemic, How do we deal with the massive amounts of distress, which is under the radar screen right now, especially if small and medium corporations but in many emerging markets, also for bigger funds. And really the reporters. A wake up call that we should start preparing our tools now because they will be needed in big measure. You will need to be a big measuring in and Lisa will talk about this about the clearing of markets and the zombies that are out there. Do we have a financial system now that can incentivize corporations correctly? Or is every jury rigged it with negative race and the rest of it, where they can't operate in a normal thought process. Well, I think we've opened the floodgates of liquidity to anything that has even a faint pulse. Right? Uh on. That's the effects of both the credit programs as well as the really low interest rates a swell as effectively the massive amount of off purchases off various forms of securities. In the markets. So at this point, it's hard to tell who really deserves to stay afloat. Uh, you know, given that they have a viable business going forward. Who's struggling to stay has a viable business and who simply doesn't have a viable business and we just keeping them on life support. I think the quick and easy decision to supply liquidity was important. There wasn't time to make you more detailed decisions. But as time goes on, we will have to make this more careful decisions because society can simply not afford the mount off resources that are being poured into the system. So program what are some of the tools that you foresee policymakers using to determine which companies are truly viable and which are zombies that need to die? Well, The first is to recognize that policymakers aren't in the best place to make these decisions. They have toe, you know, rely on the opinion off both markets and the private sector to get the started up again in a bigger way. So the question is one, of course, would be to start using Various private sector opportunities, but in a less aggressive way, So, for example, if you're offering guarantees to small and medium enterprises, which a lot of European countries have done Can you scale back those guarantees and make them not on the basis of individual loans, but may make it on pulled loan portfolios so that you give the lender some incentive to pick and choose, so that would be one example. It would be also need for equity in many phones because we've sort of reached limits of leverage. So can you, in a sense, find better ways of infusing equity again to partnerships. We've had partnerships after the global financial crisis, the public private investment a partnerships that we had in the US, for example. So can you go invest along with the private sector in which private sector partners do you choose? And how do you measure performance that because it has to be very transparent, but you could use those vehicles as ways of infusing equity. But you might want to infuse equity only after you've forced some debt restructuring. So can we find easier ways of debt restructuring, especially for small and medium enterprises, and do we change the bankruptcy laws and number of countries? The bankruptcy laws are focused on liquidating rather than restructuring, restructuring and rehabilitating. We need a lot of out of court restructuring. But with the bankruptcy laws as a backstop in case that doesn't work, and those bankruptcy laws have to be a little more favorable to survival. These are all things we need to take care of. Now if we are to remove the overhang off both zombie companies, but also excessive debt on surviving LD Cos This all sounds really logical. It sounds Method method illogical. It sounds like it is thought out. And yet I am still struggling to see us move out of regime where you give liquidity to quote you toe everything that has a pulse and that we somehow avoid torpedoing markets that are relying on that liquidity going to everything that has a pulse. It is a question of timing, right?.

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Biden pushes Congress to provide relief for out-of-work Americans

All Things Considered

00:48 sec | 1 year ago

Biden pushes Congress to provide relief for out-of-work Americans

"Joe Biden referred to the November jobs report as grim and reiterated, Congress needs to quickly pass a covered relief bill. NPR's Oz Muhammed has more Biden declined to directly answer questions about whether or not he had spoken with Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell. But it seems the president elect was involved in some capacity in helping congressional leaders break a stalemate. You told reporters he did not want to reveal his strategy could be kind of stupid to me to tell you what I did with it. It could be kind of hard to do it again. Biden has repeatedly said help is critical for millions of people who could lose unemployment assistance by the end of the year. But he also said he spoke with his economic advisers about in additional recovery plan that he intends to present to the new Congress.

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Women the ‘driving force’ for peacebuilding in Colombia: Deputy UN chief

UN News

01:07 min | 1 year ago

Women the ‘driving force’ for peacebuilding in Colombia: Deputy UN chief

"U N Deputy Secretary General Meaning Muhammad has stressed on Friday the importance of the full implementation of Colombia's 2016 agreement at the end of a forty eight hour virtual visit to the Latin American country Ms. Muhammad also highlighted how rural areas hit hard by violence and covid nineteen needed sustained support. She told journalists that immediate priorities were the creation of development opportunities, improved security and the increased presence of government after decades of civil war and the ongoing pandemic. This is the time to think about measures to rebuild better to leave. No. One behind and to achieve a sustainable peace she said in an online press conference. The deputy chief also welcomed the role of women in ensuring that the twenty sixteen peacedale was implemented in full she spoke about meeting young women, peace builders in Vista Hermosa, an area deeply affected by armed conflict and of their commitment to finding peace and dignity for their communities although the Peacedale is not without challenges Miss Muhammed insisted that the UN stood with Colombians seeking to implement the peace deal to support the growing momentum for economic and social reintegration. For. All

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At Least 24 Dead In Suicide Attack In Afghan Capital

Weekend Edition Sunday

00:59 sec | 1 year ago

At Least 24 Dead In Suicide Attack In Afghan Capital

"Kabul, where a suicide bomber blew himself up. Outside and education center. A students were preparing for college entry exams. At least 24 people are dead, including several teenagers. The big picture Afghans fear attacks like yesterday's will get worse as foreign forces leave Afghanistan. NPR's DEA had reports from neighboring Pakistan. Muslims believe it's a kindness to bury the dead quickly. So as the day began in Kabul shop, Muhammed Ali a You'll be fair world his nephew, who he says was killed by the enemies of knowledge. He was studying at the Coaster Educational Center when the bomber struck on Saturday. He says his nephew was preparing for university exams. He was 18 and wanted to be a doctor. Isis claimed responsibility for the attack, which was a copy of one they conducted two years ago when they dispatched a suicide bomber into a classroom killing more than 40 students. I think it's

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"muhammed" Discussed on KHVH 830AM

KHVH 830AM

01:31 min | 1 year ago

"muhammed" Discussed on KHVH 830AM

"Held without bond, both accused in the plot to kidnap Michigan Governor Gretchen Whitmer, a federal judge, ruling prosecutors provided enough evidence to move toward trial boxes. Jeff Man also according to the FBI, the man, apparently part of an anti government group, were angry in part over with MERS. Strict Corona virus mandates. Tigar bin and Adam. Fox will remain in custody. All five cases are set to go to a grand jury were indictments are determined a requirement to face trial. A history teacher in France was decapitated in the street northwest of Paris after opening a discussion with students on caricatures of Islam's Prophet Mohammed. Police say they shot and killed the suspect. Armed with a knife and an air soft gun, they say they male teacher was threatened for inviting debate on the characters. This is the second terrorism incident during the trial related to the Charles Head, Joe newsroom. Massacre of 2015. America's listening to Fox News. I'm Charles Pain, and this is the Fox business report. Stocks or higher is retail sales data beat expectations and as Corona virus hopes are putting the major averages on track to end a choppy trading week with modest gains, new data from the Commerce Department showed US retail sales rose for 1/5 straight month in September, as consumers bought motor vehicles and clothing dined out and spend on hobbies, with sales climbing nearly 2%. However, industrial production fell 6/10 of a percent in September, the weakest showing since the Spring and a sign that the economy's recovery from the pandemic maybe faltering, and there's a big.

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Dallas area mayoral candidate arrested for mail-in ballot fraud

The Dallas Morning News

00:51 sec | 1 year ago

Dallas area mayoral candidate arrested for mail-in ballot fraud

"A Carrollton mayor candidate was arrested Wednesday and faces one hundred nine felony charges related to acusations. Voter Fraud said Denton County authorities thirty nine year old Mirza Muhammed faces twenty five counts of unlawful possession of ballot, all second degree felonies and eighty four counts of fraudulent use of a mail ballot. All third degree felonies according to the Denton County Sheriff's Office the investigation began September twenty third after the Denton County Elections Office alerted the sheriff's Office to possible fraud involving absentee ballot applications several. Ballots were requested to be sent to a Lewisville post office box that allegedly belonged to a nursing home said officials when investigators contacted the residents whose names were on the ballots they learned the residents had not asked that the ballots be sent to the post office box. In other news

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With Glaciers Melting And Temps Soaring, Pakistan Pursues Big Action On Climate Change

Environment: NPR

03:53 min | 1 year ago

With Glaciers Melting And Temps Soaring, Pakistan Pursues Big Action On Climate Change

"Pakistan has been experiencing extreme weather events for years and the government's consensus is that climate change is to blame as NPR's had deed reports. It's responded with an ambitious program I'm here in a park in the northern Pakistani city of Madan beside me is labor a taker and she scrapes this grab ground with a small trial. She's to plant dozens of pine saplings with the health of a few friends. But. What she really needs is a shovel. She'll bring the showers. Labor might be a teenage rookie, but she's clear on why she's doing this. It's our duty as a citizen to implement that can make planet a better place to live in labor. Got Her baby pines for free through government project called Plant for Pakistan the goal is to plant ten billion trees ten, billion within four years to combat deforestation. This is the prime minister Iran con speaking about the project at the World Economic Forum diverse Switzerland in January. Why is it important? For us to grow trees. For two reasons by thunderbird global warming. In our cities. Aleutian has become a silent killer. The massive tree planting program is just one part of Pakistan's broader environmental ambitions. This summa cum government announced a new electric vehicle policy and said it would get two thirds of its power from renewables within the decade from solar wind and hydro. Pakistan is not a high amidror of hate trapping greenhouse gases. But as the prime minister said, it's feeling the effects of global warming to the north. is a melting faster than ever before in its southern cities residents live through searing heat waves. This is a nutshell as the unfairness, the inequitability of climate change magnified in a place like history. That's Rachel cletus climate expert at the US based Union of concerned scientists she praises Pakistan's efforts but Pakistani environmentalists say the government's ambitious plans a hobbled by corruption the tree. Planting Initiative for instance exists alongside illegal logging the would sold to the construction and furniture industries. It's so widespread that residents coal, the loggers, the timber Mafia. Besides corruption activists, office alarm says Pakistan's ruling party is under the sway of powerful business interests back is what makes it so frustrating do even support units offer very good things that they do the government for example, has reduced taxes on electric motorbikes, rickshaws, trucks, and buses, but not cause and critics say powerful gas vehicle lobby carved out the loophole. And then there's coal. While, Pakistan aims to have two thirds of its power from renewables within a decade. The remaining third will come from coal powered plans. Back in that park and Martin a young student. Muhammed facility helps lay tika plant baby pines and he's already worried they won't survive the timber Mafia. Album. Labor Tika won't be discouraged. A climate activism is unusual for goal in this conservative town. When many women wear burqas, she says, her mother encourages her she says that we an example to the goals, and if you set a very good example than other people also permit there sisters and daughters to go out and do such prestigious works as Labor works. A little goal runs up and grabs a baby sapling she wants to plant it herself. But outside the park, an open jeep filled with logs trundles down the highway. Delayed NPR news.

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"muhammed" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

07:35 min | 1 year ago

"muhammed" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"Good body. Good morning. Jo on the radio. You know Daria from the sixty's and I love playing James Brown. You know, I love playing James Brown because James back he brought peace to the streets. James did it. James did it. It wasn't Malcolm X. It wasn't Elijah Muhammed. It wasn't Martin Luther King. It was James Brown, who bought the piece to the streets during the 67 rise. We went through it all. We went through it. I thought, yes, other social warriors and then we get to be crazy is when I see all all the folks that had to go through. When I would talk to Sammy Davis Jr. Sammy Davis when he was a nice what he what you talk about prejudice what he went through would would, Billy How would they went through? Where Jackie Wilson, the whole Java Jackie Robinson, for God's sake, what they went through, and then you've got young. Hunks protesters going around. They don't even know what the protesting for they have no idea how far how far people have come. Oh, my goodness. Great. There's so misguided. And like you, and I are the only ones talking about it right And then and then the Democrats will not mention it. The Democrats will not mention it. You know, and then you see the president, and it was beautifully done. I'm telling you this this whole RNC's so beautifully done. Could you got to get President Trump the credit Because he's a showman. He knows what he's doing. And he's going to say here. This that the other thing Here's the way we got to do this. Here's the presentations we got to make. And you see the positive energy and you see the part and then you see you see the president. Help people of color, you know, Help people of you know what's getting got me fired up. But forgive me is that there were at least three shot, including two killed in Wisconsin Kenosha. As violent riots raged for the third night. You know, gunmen in the streets are now killing people, you know, because there's thiss. Jacob Blake was was shot in the back of you, you and I both say, why would you shoot somebody in the bag? He was reaching for a gun. We don't know the facts yet. And then and also twice as many white people are shot by cops and the shot by black cops to white people. And in the name of God. Where is the story of cannon winning? Who was five years old riding his bike around the neighbourhood? Listen to me riding his bike and a person shoots this kid in the head. Forgive me for being so dramatic this early in the morning. Shoot. Stick it in the head kills this five year old out of bike. The man shot him was black. All right now, you and I, It's the devil. The devil took over this guy that is Satan walking the earth. This pig, This thug creep who takes out this game? I don't care. But he has a mental illness problem. I have no time for it. They've got to be locked up and put away if you're violent. Who knew what there. Were there? Signs, you know? But But the point is they Why do we always make it color about color? Why are they driving this narrative? It's a color. Well, it's It's a white cop shoots a black guy. What about the black op that shoots a white guy? What about the black on black crime? Do we have to worry about color? Why? I don't see the color. It was 1967. I went through it. We saw the riots North burned down. It took 50 years to build it back. Minneapolis ain't gonna be Bill bank like this. And now this little town, Kenosha, then you've got these little wimpy white kids. These these lost misguided Losers. Thes people should be working and they're going to get left at left here. Your fist up black lives matter. Black lives matter. Are you kidding me? Get out of my face Black lives matter. Ah, God. I love to see them. Do that in an Italian restaurant, New York, you know, imagine black. Let's lift your fist up. You gotta let yet You want to see what happens. Larry? God almighty, but we'll get there. Alright. Thank you. I had to get that out of my system because you having been through The sixties and that you don't really know because if you have kids, you could see your grandchildren. You see the world in another light. If you have any heart at all, and then I sit with my girls. And then we watched these documentaries and some of the documentaries have history within them, And that's the only time they're going to learn History. Correct history. They're going to hear about J. F K to see what Jackie Kennedy went through to watch her husband. You know, God forbid shot how he was, you know, right on our lap, and I have to explain them. What happened out that did that really happen and explained them And then they watch the final solution They watch about the Holocaust. They touch on that. When that we saw film about Jo Jo Rabbit. I guess it was the name of the film that that really happened. That happened to Jewish people just because they were Jewish and I had explained that took the time and I've seen it myself. Why isn't that Like that the top of a history class and you know what I'm saying? What Hitler did to the Jews, but that it should be like, right in the top. Because you know what it could happen again. And I'm feeling that same thing that I saw in pre war Germany in 1936. I tell you that every morning I see And where does it come from and ate. The Republicans is coming from the fascist left. That's scary and what's happening in the streets? That's the fascist left. That's scary. That's very, very can the people journal between you and I can we talk confidentially here? This is why I will vote for Donald Trump. Because I don't go by just a puppet of that fascist left. He's a puppet of the globalists who will try to take it all The money is all about the money. It's about the money. It's about the vaccine making money off the vaccine. It's all tobacco. You know that. And that's why I'm voting for Donald Trump. And I'm hoping in the name of God. A G bar hangs in there. And then, after November 4th everything is shut down. Oh, Put your seat belt down, baby. That's what I'm open. Oh, yeah, That's what I'm hoping for. And you know what? That's the right thing to do. Alright, Lawn order. What alone order, Mr President. Watch this. It's going these little wimpy punks. These Doug's These losers running Iran and Melania Trump was so eloquent last night explaining just stop the violence. Oh, man, So that's why it's great. And let me just change the tone if I may, because I know you're frustrated that game when you see this in the streets. You know, And then you see when you give back to the community at risk, community stress community and you're helping community and LeBron James LeBron James, you gotta You gotta stop made the guy's gotta stop. He has no idea who he's talking about. Has no idea you know any watch LeBron LeBron James. You know what? LeBron go to China. And and goes to the sweat factories where they they're they're putting these these these Muslims and these They have the sweat factors and they're doing slave labor to make what Nike shoes that you sell, LeBron and that you're wearing go to China. How about I dare you LeBron? I dare you! T do that Colin Kaepernick, go to China See the sweat factor. Until Nike tell your big corporate cats that are giving to black lives matter to go to the inner cities of the United States of America. I dare you, I dare you! I dare you! One actually to step up and just go. You know, Nike is made. They have sweatshops in China. There, there. It's all about excess profit. Why don't they make the shoes and the South side of Chicago? Why don't they go to Baltimore? Right in the heart of dangerous Baltimore on one of they make a factory there, and I told you once I've told you 1000 times it'll take 10 20 years. Turn around..

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How One Block Got Through It

Slate's If Then

04:17 min | 1 year ago

How One Block Got Through It

"Over the past five months small businesses in America have been undergoing a mass extinction event. Bars are closed restaurants or half empty and retail is shuttered. Full blocks are slipping away. I wanted a sense of how this is playing out in the city I live in. CHICAGO. Not The one off story of a beloved are not the frightening toll in national statistics I wanted the story of one block. So I went to seventy fifth street in the Chatham neighborhood in the heart of Chicago outside. This. Part of the South side is really pretty. There are huge street trees flowers on the steps of the bungalows brick two flats al capone used to live in one of them. Many corners have signs from block looks setting the rules of the road. No loud music no car repair watch out for children playing. Even middle class parts of the side commercial corridors have struggled. redlining big box stores, job loss and black flight have left them full of vacancies. There are signs for businesses that have been gone. So long their phone numbers don't have area codes signs for furniture stores, nurseries, food markets, stores that sold beepers. which is what has long made this stretch of seventy fifth street, just east of South, Michigan, Avenue Standout, and what makes it stand out? Even during the pandemic. There's a handful of hair salons and barbershops. There's a dentist and a daycare. There's a cycling Ju. We're one day I visit. The DJ is wheeling bikes onto the sidewalk for afternoon classes. A little bit nervous, south. Arm. Being. There is a cult favorite, vegetarian joint Zoll Veg, which always has a line inside and if famous barbecue joint limbs, which always has a line outside. Large To dry cleaners where the pressed uniforms of Chicago police and transit workers hang under plastic and a Taylor who says online ordering suits him just fine. To never going to stop because you combat it fit to perfect. You're going to need some ultra and that's why. There's a deli run by an ex COP. I went there cover in plain clothes they know who I was and I got to a fight. So, as may have started the fight, my gun thought of mine waste and me and a guy is literally fighting for this pistol. There's a bakery, a frame shop and Francis Cocktail Lounge. The Bar has been here since December thirty first nineteen, sixty five muhammed leads to drop by Michael Jordan too. So we are the Regal. Beagle. You don't know three's company. So a lot of people, it is the neighborhood where everybody knows your name and we're able to have people come out and have cocktails on the front. So that has really seemed to. Help us excuse me you got to mass. Need, you have on the bads. Jada Wilson turnball runs the place with her cousin who's mother founded it. If you can't tell, she used to be an assistant principal at a Chicago Public School can't you put on your mask plays. Thank you. So, much. Appreciate you. Working with children really got me ready for this. One reason I picked this stretch of seventy fifth street was because it seemed on paper like exactly the kind of place that would have struggled to get through the pandemic stretch of black owned family businesses in a city that has been hit hard by. COVID. Nineteen. But what I found was not what I expected. Mid July virtually every business on seventy fifth street had reopened after the initial shutdown. Some were just getting by, but many of them said in spite of everything that they were doing. Great. I'm Henry Bar and this is the final episode in our series on the future of the during and after covid nineteen. Today, on the show, one block on Chicago's south side tries to get through the storm.

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"muhammed" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:35 min | 2 years ago

"muhammed" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Their gene once before we would bring down for a second and third time until our demands are fulfilled. But doing so is dangerous. On the third of June, Sudanese security, forces used lethal force to disperse protestors from the main Sitton site, outside, the courtes- more than one hundred people were killed on hundreds, more were injured municipal overs, accused the judge the militia that became notorious for the genocide in the four of leading the attack nowadays. They call themselves RSF or the rapid support forces and the commander is Muhammed than I met, who is the number two in the interim military council. Many believe his now trying to see spout. Woman. With. Addressing. Mostly women. He sa- gun initiative for backing support thing and gate. Negating transition. Two. Jim has just been different that the rapid support forces on the choices genital is that many people are ill discipline is urging people to avoid them as three so that they can find a more consensual solution. Since.

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"muhammed" Discussed on The Golf Podcast

The Golf Podcast

02:15 min | 2 years ago

"muhammed" Discussed on The Golf Podcast

"Because I think that because I think that people just don't they don't look at him. They don't look at him in the same all. So when tiger burst on the scene and became Tiger Woods, the the icon. People were in awe of him. Let's not use Tigers and example, because he's transcendent. He's generational like Michael Muhammed outlets sample. He didn't start that way. Tiger didn't start that way. He became that. No. I disagree. I disagree tiger tiger was fist-pumping. Tiger was on the cover of Sports Illustrated as a teenager. Yes, put it wasn't. He wasn't a worldwide icon, then he turned pro in ninety six. And then he went a master's in ninety seven but he was already heat dude, he had that deal with Nike the second, he turned pro as an all-time contract. It was the biggest contract. Tigers and example with this. I think maybe Phil. No, no. Because Phil Phil doesn't dominate on the golf course the way Brooks does fill doesn't scare people away. Brooks does not like Brooks is walking towards that intimidation. Factor that only one guy had so far in our generation now get one before him to good point. Win Jack tiger. And if Brooks wins this US open, and now holds two out of the first three and lost the first one by a stroke to tiger. Woods like something's going to have to give in this dude is either going to beat icon ick into submission, or people in this room, are just gonna have to how to this dude and go, I didn't want to have to do this. But is the is this guy is? Not giving me another choice. Can I can I tell you something as we weave through the Brooks kept the conversation here I'm out into Canada? US open week. I still believe if two players show up and they are at the peak of their powers..

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"muhammed" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190

WAFS Biz 1190

02:13 min | 2 years ago

"muhammed" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190

"Of the risks that you mentioned is the market the telling us this morning that they are top line is compliance is is to bring stability to the market. They will meet her. They will exceed their obligation again. We're hearing these reaffirm its if noises from all of the OPEC members about compliance. But you said it's the downside risk is that the global growth story that puts pressure on oil or is it the fractures in America, which is the drive. I think both. But I still think it's more of a supply story not a demand story with with regards to the oil prices. So if non-opec supply continues to stagnate, we might see oil higher in the first half of this year. But eventually, I think definitely supply from the US is still the major concern with regards to those stored with that in mind, and do you expect when when we get to Vienna that there's going to be further push and pressure for more cuts. I mean, we don't have a strong view on that. But I think perhaps you would assume that at least pushing on compliance. I guess that's something that they would go for. From wherever he was making a call at some of the oil and gas plays in Egypt in a way, perhaps for some of the banks retail stocks, which have become very very crowded. Can you can you subscribe the night, especially after some of the earnings from last week? I think definitely in each of the story is not a Bank story. I think the more interesting stories in Egypt outside the banking sector. There are in radio a lot of oil and gas plays in Egypt. I think you have an interesting story listed in London, which is the center national, but tradition the London listed names, don't get the same attention. But that's definitely a name. I would be looking at. But I think the main story for us remains highly leveraged stocks because we're in a monetary easing environment. And names like is a steel Dumpty. Some of these names will do very well in that environment consumers, I think it means the story in Egypt. I mean, these names haven't yet recovered fully the volumes of sixteen devaluation. They will do. So this year the margins haven't yet to expanded to their all-time. Highs. And I think there's potential for growth there. Definitely cities calls from this morning. Thank you so much that is Muhammed archives. Vice president and had a minor strategy. I e f g joining us this morning up next on the show tens of thousands.

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"muhammed" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

106.1 FM WTKK

01:45 min | 2 years ago

"muhammed" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"Woolen Muhammed, nor faces a second degree murder charge in the 2017 shooting death of Justin Daymond after she called nine one one to report an assault. According to prosecutors Damon was shot by nor as she approached his patrol car seeking help nor according to court documents will likely plead not guilty. This hearing will address issues of evidence they include the state's use of a psychiatric evaluation taken before. Nores employment is a cop against him Norris attorneys are fighting that the trial is set to begin April. First Grenell, Scott thoughts. News Kabul, shot at Texas cop to death nearly thirty years ago Thursday night, he paid for that killing and two others with his own life. Coble executed by lethal injection to family. Witnesses had to be restrained and removed from the witness. After becoming violence. Youtube says it will turn off the comments section on nearly all videos, featuring kids potentially affecting millions of posts on the site. After reports last week that pedophile were leaving inappropriate comments on innocuous videos of children, a huge payday for baseball's most sought free agent tilles pitcher Aaron Noah says he found out that his team had signed Bryce Harper from fans in the stands during the team's spring training game who is tweeting Wyatt. We're like, well who's making the reports you gotta make sure that this person is credible. Harper putting to rest months of rumors with MLB network. The first to report at the six time all star will sign a thirteen year contract. With the Phillies were three hundred and thirty million dollars the deal, including a no trade clauses walls. No opt outs with Harper. Seeming keen on finishing his career with the fills Philadelphia manager Gabe Kappler excited for his team, acquiring the all-star slugger certainly franchise altering certainly season altering Matt Napolitano, Fox News, New York. I'm Jack.

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"muhammed" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

03:55 min | 2 years ago

"muhammed" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Asked whether there's a so-called Powell put in financial markets that is to say the fed be willing to change. The course of interest rates in response to volatility in effect underwriting, risk taking here's what he had to say. When there are. Major changes in broader financial conditions as you point out, not anyone market or set of markets. But when they're sust for a stained sustained period. Important changes in broader, financial conditions that matters for the macro-economy it matters for achievement of the dual mandate. And we'll of course, take that into account. The dual mandate, of course, referring to the maximum employment. Stable prices target former White House communications director in the now skybridge capital, founder, Anthony Scaramucci is still with us around the sets here Anthony substrate into the Bloomberg we reference financial condition. So this gives a little bit of additional context, but it's a condition in the United States roaring back compared to what's happening in the euro-zone. And compared to what's happening in the merging markets of Asia has the fed Ben too aggressive in in switching around the tone. I don't think so because if you looked into the fourth quarter of last year at the interest rate sensitive elements of the American economy, they were slowing down dramatically, and they were probably slowing down way faster than the fed originally thought, and so the pivot back to something that's more data dependent. I think is important for the global economy global markets and obviously for the US economy. But but specifically I think the one reason why the US is doing way better. He's the. Process of deregulation that took place starting on January twenty first twenty seventeen has enormously helped the United States, and let's face it. The Europeans are way over-regulated. And so I think that's the reason why there's a difference between growth and opportunity in the two continents. Let's be fair. J Paul was a little bit reticent about dial into whether it was the change in regulation that really had shifted. The can we talk about markets because we've had amazing runs on equities this real risk on MOViN market Muhammed. Al Arian said that the feds pivot is no green light to diving all in on risk. You want to be signing more US focused. You wanna be long domestic US stocks and bonds, would you agree with that respect? I I do agree with that. Because they if you look at the last six or seven years financial markets have outpaced what's actually going on in the underlying economy. It's just interesting in the fourth quarter of last year, you had that residual reversal where the markets were doing poorly at the economy was doing quite well, and so for us, it's Skype. Bridge. We're touring six or seven percent S and P five hundred this year. Could it be ten or eleven percent absolutely markets? Have a tendency to over shoot. The biggest concern I have is a liquidity in the market. So six weeks from November fifteen to the end of the year, you're down fourteen percent. And then in four short weeks in January Europe eight there's too much of a jig Jag in the markets, and it, and it represents a fact that there's a less liquidity the mortgage and people think has worried let's get you to weigh in on some of the other comments that Hamadan area and made we put this up on a graphic. He says that what we saw from the fed over night is not a green light for the sort of generalized risk-taking greatly road and investors in two thousand seventeen rather. Call for a selective approach that favors, the stocks of domestically oriented companies US stocks and bonds, relative to European wants it fits into some of you with us as well, doesn't it? Yeah. What he's basically saying is is that you had zero interest rate policies for decades, it lifted everything and now the fed is normalizing interest rates and Jerome Powell is going to be cautious in the interest rate normalization process. But as that happens, you're not gonna have the levitating of all financial assets. As a result of the fed. It's going to be more specific to the fundamentals of those companies, and that's basically what would Muhammad as say these visions of his levitating around, Marcus? We all we are risk on. Whether.

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"muhammed" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

11:18 min | 3 years ago

"muhammed" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Mike Pompeo says the Trump administration is doing everything it can to get them released on that list is Princeton graduate student. She who Awang he was detained more than two years ago while conducting research in Tehran and was sentenced to ten years in prison. His wife what you continues to press for his release. She spoke recently with the world's Marco werman. What you thanks for being here. Your husband's case seems to kinda fallen under the radar now is the Trump administration doing all it can in your opinion to secure your husband's release. They're helping us. But then very concerned that there are such an impasse in the Iran, US dialogue, and the prospects. For resuming a direct talk is still pretty low. The US government is such high bar to engage, Iran, etc. Dialogue. But to me is my husband. My husband's situation is a humanitarian situation is a tragedy a tragedy, and he is released should be retreated as a humanitarian necessity. I mean apart from any political or security talks were lack of any such talks. My family does not deserve to be caught up in what politics and she should not be treated as a diplomatic porn political porn now. I know you're organizing call to action. What exactly are you doing? Where mounting a national campaign. We're calling upon other universities to join our campaign to show support to she'll wanna raise awareness of the plight of ham and the toes where go you thorough and then as a family and as of today y'all and the university of Washington have confirmed they will hold satellite events later this month and on Wednesday February twentieth. President community will gather that to call our congress people and also the rally to hold a candlelight lead, y'all. Just to to China the energy to call for days. So you've got supportive. Princeton Yale University of Washington, why focused on support from academia. Because my husband's imprisonment is. Anonymous violation of academic freedom and human rights, what happened to my husband could happen to any academic travelling overseas. This is I think in terms of the freedom and also the safety of academics, traveling everywhere. I think I hope what happened to my husband one happened to anyone. In the future. And this is such a grief to the academia community, you sound very frustrated. Yes. Indeed. My son is turning sixteen a few weeks and he hasn't seen his dad for more than half of his young childhood. And my son. He literally fell that his dad one comeback. I just. Just juggling this crisis management on daily basis and also be a single working, mom and. Handling all the parenting challenges. I'm extremely frustrated, but I have to to to stay strong. Because if I. Follow up hard who who can help my husband and family. So I have to stay strong. And and look ahead and take one step at a time. What you the last time? I reporter. It'd be computer spoke with you. You told her about your husband's growing medical issues, both mental and physical as he is detained in Evin prison in Tehran. What news do you have since? Then. He has been almost NSM situation and is. Very worried. And he wanted to come back to us. He wanted to see may deteriorate hasn't seen any photo from me, and it has more than two years, and he is the American civil line who has been detained for the longest time ever since the hostage crisis in seventeen in nineteen Seventy-nine. Are you still indicate with him on the phone? Yes. He can still call me on daily basis. I think that is very important life life. I am. He also wanted to speak to my son, but is very difficult to bring a five year old to form any conversation with an over the over the line at his his dad is very challenging, but they can speak with each other occasionally. I mean, your your son was what two or three when? Yes, when your husband was detained in Iran. I mean, what do you tell your son about his father your husband? He just putting this situation in a fantasy of dungeon dragon castle like fights all of that fantasies, and he draws a lot about a lot of stories you likes drawing and put his daddy in that context. It's all about soldiers ain't Jays and dungeon lake versing. Fires. Pretty innovative could be normal for any five year old lie, but he's I can see a lot of he's processing a lot of difficult information on on his mind, and he is an all out of tensions too. And these toast start in the started burdening him. Well, what you thank you very much for being with us was really good to speak with you. And we wish you good luck. Yeah. Thank you Marco. What you speaking with my colleague Marco werman, her husband, Princeton scholar. She who along is an American citizen who's been imprisoned in Iran for more than two years. Now, let's shift our focus now to India and Pakistan tensions have been rising between the two nuclear-armed neighbours recently, India blames Pakistan for two terrorist attacks in the disputed region of Kashmir nearly fifty Indian troops were killed in a suicide bombing last week and four more in an attack today. The Narang is a nuclear policy expert at MIT, this is the worst terrorist attack in Kashmir in at least the last two decades. And I think especially with prime minister MO the in India facing re election in may, there is a lot of pressure the Indian government to respond now a lot of our listeners are like Kashmir, what the hell is it? Why is this such a sensitive spot? Take take us there and what's going on. So India and Pakistan were partitioned in nineteen forty seven as they were burst from the bridge. Empire and the status of Kashmir. Which is the bordering state was always in question because the instrument of accession of the state of Kashmir to India was denied by Pakistan, and there there have been four wars between India and Pakistan over Kashmir, and there is currently essentially defacto border known as the line of control and a lot of these attacks and a lot of the conflict to India and Pakistan on a day to day basis occurs across the line of control, and that is different from the established international border on the western side of India and the eastern side of Pakistan so getting back to these recent terror attacks India is blaming Pakistan for the attacks. How come interestingly enough Jason Muhammed immediately took credit for it which made India's attribution problem very easy. Jason Muhammed is a militant organization that both the United Nations and India and the United States claims is sponsored by the Pakistan military as a strategic asset. The state to attack India. What makes this particular crisis different and possibly scarier and more lethal the last time there was an attack against Indian security forces prime minister MO the ordered what he called in the Indians called the so-called surgical strike, which was an insertion of special forces across the line of control in retaliation. He has now promised retaliation greater than that. There needs to be some sort of what I call retaliation theater to assuage domestic public opinion, and yet has bang for blood right now and mow the promised a significant retaliation and you'll have to deliver on that. Because he's facing a major reelection campaign in may and the risk is there's a certain amount of retaliation that I think Pakistan would take without risking escalation the question is how much visible missile strikes, for example. I think might force Pakistan to retaliate, and you get into the cycle where the conflict doesn't remain confined to the line of control, but spills over potentially over the international boundary and border. And I think that risk is very low. But you can imagine a scenario where moldy miscalculates and you can get off to the races really quick. Are you concerned enough in this current crisis to think, oh, there could be some sort of nuclear option being fettered? Not yet. I think right now there's still there's a wide berth of potential retaliatory options, especially across a lot of. Control of India and Pakistan, restrict themselves to exchanges across the line of control, then the risk of nuclear escalation is almost zero. But if things get going across the international border and India involves ground forces across the international border. Then I think the risk rises really sharply Sopher. Now, there's a lot of concern about escalation dynamics, and I share those concerns, but there's a long way between where we are today and potentially nuclear escalation and both sides Pakistan will rattle the nuclear saber is India likes to call it. But if the international borders crossed, and I think you have a really sharp rise of potentially conventional conflict that could escalate to nuclear use by Pakistan. So I guess the lesson here is India has to do something. And it doesn't have any good options. That's exactly right. They've been Narang is a nuclear policy expert MIT. He's been talking about the risks of a conflict between India and Pakistan. Thanks vivienne. Thank you. I appreciate it. The president of the Philippines road Rico to Tanta is notorious for making provocative statements and for his vicious war on drugs. His latest proposal. He wants to change the country's name the world's Patrick win. Has that story? The Philippines is named after a guy who never set foot in the Philippines. King Felipe bay. The second also called king Philip ruled Spain through much of the sixteenth century a time when Spain was busy conquering civilizations all around the planet, including one archipelago in Asia home to many diverse societies and people's but the Spanish empire said. Nope, you're all subjects under one ruler. Now, king Felipe bay and this whole island chain became the Philippines. Philippines, because.

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"muhammed" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:00 min | 3 years ago

"muhammed" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"The other guys. City of Aurora spokesman Clayton Muhammed says the crime scene is now secured and the danger is over. Number of officers. We'll give you specific numbers IP press conference. How they are in stable condition. Chuck Sivertsen, ABC news. This portion of the news brought to you by Toyota's official website for deals, buyatoyota dot com. Five thirty one on this Friday, President Trump has signed a spending and border security plan into law. But before he did so he declared a national emergency to repurpose funds from other parts of the government to build that wall without congressional approval. Not all Republicans are on board with the idea. Here's more from ABC's Ollie Rogan in Washington. The number of Senate Republicans who oppose the announcement is growing Senator Thom Tillis Republican of North Carolina said in a statement that he does not believe in national emergency is the right solution to the nation's border security problems. Tila said the declaration will not provide enough money for the president. And that it will set a dangerous precedent for future democratic presidents Tillis even gave a few hypothetical examples like a president Elizabeth Warren declaring a national emergency to quote shut down banks and take over the nation's financial institutions alley. Rogan ABC news Washington for Massachusetts Governor. Bill weld has announced the formation of an exploratory committee for a presidential run in two thousand twenty this morning at the politics and eggs breakfast in Bedford New Hampshire. Weld took aim at President Trump. We have a president who's priorities are skewed towards promotion of himself rather than toward the good of the country. He may have great energy and considerable raw talent. But he does not use them in ways that promote democracy truth. Justice and equal opportunity for all well becomes the first Republican to mount a primary challenge against the president just ahead on WBZ a democratic presidential contender weighs in on his director on his declaration..

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"muhammed" Discussed on Speak For Yourself with Cowherd & Whitlock

Speak For Yourself with Cowherd & Whitlock

02:48 min | 3 years ago

"muhammed" Discussed on Speak For Yourself with Cowherd & Whitlock

"Of the sport's world's greatest figures for Michael Jordan to Muhammed Ali to Joe Montana to Willie Mays stuck around until they were well past their championship prime. I think if Brady wants to do something to distinguish themselves from Joe Montana from Michael Jordan from Willie Mays from Muhammad Ali going out on top after winning and or playing in the Super Bowl would elevate. His legacy. Look, it would distinguish him from the other goats if he did something they didn't have the discipline to do. Okay. So as legacy is defined certainly perceived is what others judge you based on your life's work, and what they think of your reputation beyond your existence on this planet, and it's funny that if that's the case, then one let me improbity live my life the way I want to this whole legacy and priority versus you gotta go out on top. It's better messaging as a better, look, it's better optics versus dammit. I am playing child's game. And I'm playing it into my forties. And I wanna play it to forty five or beyond should be the focus and Tom Brady if you are in decline if you have the Michael Jordan Washington Wizards last couple of years, we ain't no remember that or we're certainly not going to prop that up to a place where we're going to start to take slide. At Tom Brady and his greatness. So for me when we start saying legacy. We give ourselves on our side too much power about what this guy wants to do if he wants to go out on top Michael Strahan bed is John Elway. Okay. That's great. If you wanna go out, not necessarily talk, Michael Jordan. But still be the goat. That's fine with me as well. But if you wanna just ball till you fall and go out in a big bucket of ashes and just to the remains of Tom Brady is out on the field do as well, man. 'cause people don't understand how hard it is to even get here. Let alone do what he's doing at this age do it into you don't want to do. I think he's already separated himself. Just just off the career. He's had in a long jeopardy of being great for such a long period of he's already separated himself from all those guys you name number one. Not Michael Jordan. You don't think? So Michael Jordan wasn't great at forty years old shocks Michael Jordan's playing a sport. Where you can't do that at forty all. I'm saying is Michael Jordan wasn't great. From the time. He was a starter to the time. He left Tom Brady is pretty much been great from the time. Drew Bledsoe got hurt until today VP leisure. And there's a zero percent chance zero percent chance if they winning here retires zero percent chance,.

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"muhammed" Discussed on Monocle 24: Midori House

Monocle 24: Midori House

02:37 min | 3 years ago

"muhammed" Discussed on Monocle 24: Midori House

"You're listening to Midori house here with me Judy foster cower Walker and a less yo path Alano now relations between Canada and Saudi Arabia could be further strained after prime minister Justin Trudeau granted asylum to Assadi goal who claimed she will be killed if she was sent back home after sheet renounced Islam eighteen-year-old half Muhammed Oakland, flew to Canada from Thailand where she had barricaded herself in a hotel room and used her Twitter account to describe her plight. Now when arriving at Toronto airport, she was met by the Canadian foreign minister, Christine Freeland who is a vocal critic of Saudi Arabia's mistreatment of jailed female dissidents. I guess cowl. The the key thing here is how the Saudis would likely to respond to this because relations are strained over the human rights issue. And here we are revisiting human rights again. Absolutely. There's already a huge risk rift between Canada and Saudi. Arabia after the Canadian ministers criticised Saudi Arabia's record, particularly on the rights of women trade. Arrangements have been suspended, I'm Bassedas recalled. But I think that Saudi Arabia is in a very difficult position here. It's already on the back foot because of the the murder of Jamal Khashoggi. And this eighteen year old girl has really managed to capture a huge amount of attention around the world and really put the focus on the fact that Saudi Arabia for all the fact that it trumpeted the fact that it was allowing women to drive big at the same time was looking at large numbers of women who had been vocal in pushing for greater rights, and it is very clear that the Canadians are in no mood to buy down. They believe that this eighteen year old goal was fleeing from repression. She claimed she'd been mistreated by her family because she renounced Islam the UNHCR has deemed to be a valid refugee and the Canadian foreign minister, welcome to the country saying that she was now a brave and proud Canadian citizen unless the most what's fascinating as well is through the reaction of the Canadians. If you compare for example, the reactions of Donald Trump to the killing of over the journalists malheur Shawki that again that touches on a very specific human rights issue..

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