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"pakistan india bangladesh" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM
"You just heard Patrick with the news update. Talk about that caravan making its way through Guatemala right now. An unnamed official with the Biden transition team over the weekend, told NBC News that right now is not the time for the people in the caravan to make this effort. The official said. Help is on the way. But now is not the time to make this journey. The situation at the border will not be transformed overnight. And throughout the days of the campaign, and even leading up to this point, Joe Biden has made it clear he's gonna have a very different approach on the border compared to President Trump. And you have some people now saying that's one of the triggers for this new caravan. That it is turned the magnet back on for people who want to come illegally to the United States. Jimmy is in Round rock with Mark and Melinda. Jimmy. Good morning. How you doing? Good morning, guys. Hey, there's something that's got me really concerned, okay, And it's this. It's not just going to be the land borders that are going to be a problem. It's going to be international airports, okay? We're gonna all of a sudden have people swing up at the airports with one way tickets and expecting to be able to get entry, and they're just gonna flood this country with people that Want entry because they think that Biden is going to give them and instant path right in What would be some of the countries that you have in mind where they're gonna originate? I'm thinking countries like Pakistan, India, Bangladesh, Indonesia. Um, a lot of the Middle East, The Balkans, Uh, countries like Serbia anywhere. They're poor people that can at least scrape enough together for an airline ticket. They will try to get over here. Well, as I said, just a moment ago. I think the incoming President Joe Biden will be under enormous pressure from his base to let people in. Yeah, And don't tell the TSH to stand them. They will. They will do everything in their power to bring new people in because they want new voters. They want new blood in the party and how better to get them. Then they have all the poor people coming in from places like Bangladesh in Indonesia and the Philippines. In terms of this caravan That's in Guatemala. Right now. I think they probably will make it through Mexico and I just can't see Mexico stopping them as they have been doing over the last year. I think they want to get into the good graces of jobs, so they'll let them come through and making them wait their turn in Mexico. Will not happen. I think Biden will be under pressure to let him come on in. Oh, he's gonna open the border wide open to these folks. Okay, it'll even be via coyotes taking him across. You know in having them either Cross the river across the land borders on foot, or they'll just be allowed in to come across the bridge is, but they're going to come in because their new Democratic votes Jimmy. Thank you. Yes, well, and when you think about what all was promised You remember even going back as far as the debates with the Democrats and who all would be for legalizing the free health care even for those that are here, illegal? All of the talk during the cove. It's stimulus. Who should get that money that should be also going to those that are here illegally. Why wouldn't they? Oh, he's in now. I hear we can have free health care. We're going get money from the government. We're going to be able to come in. Why wouldn't there be a rush now knowing that he is about to take office and that's what they ran on. Yes, the outgoing Commissioner of Customs and Border Patrol, Mark Morgan says those messages or heard loud and clear in all of these Central American countries. What's happened face out and the Organizers of these caravans have been very clear. The reason why this is happening right now is because of the perception that our borders are gonna be open under the Biden administration and unfortunate this case there correct. All right. 51283605 90. The Biden administration also is saying that our vaccination effort is a mess. And is a failure in the United States, and the Biden administration is being left with a huge mess on its hand by the outgoing Trump administration. Well, I think in that he's gonna have to figure out where he places His utmost importance. He's not gonna be able to juggle all of these at the same time, and I say that because one you've got to get the vaccine rolling. If you've been left with this mess and cove, it is is what you ran on making sure that everybody gets what they need. Then you're going to have to do that. And I don't know how you do that, while allowing thousands of other individuals That don't live here already to be able to come here and then that adds to the list of people that have to be vaccinated, taken care of. I don't know how you can marry those two things together and be successful at it. Health and Human Services Secretary Alex, A czar this morning defended the vaccination plan. Here are some of the numbers that he says have already occurred in terms of doses produced doses sent out to the states and the number of Americans who already have received at least one shot, he says. 14 million Have received at least one shot. So far. We have now made available close to 50 million doses of unbelievably effective vaccine to the governors to get out there over 31 million doses have been distributed. 14 million have been as of Friday, actually administered. It was always going to be a ramp up here, and then he pushes back, he says. Look, when the Biden team calls it a mass in a failure. Part of that is designed to make Trump look bad. And make them look like heroes when they come in and take over on this operation. This is a concerted effort by the new team to down talk where things are so they could look like heroes when they come in and just carry forward. The momentum that we have established. We're over 900,000 vaccinations administered per day. Let me give you an example. This whole President elect Biden and we'll have 100 million shots in arms. By the end of April..
"pakistan india bangladesh" Discussed on Science Rules! with Bill Nye
"You connected in your second book. Neanderthals with artificial intelligence you know and he we hear. Science rules love artificial intelligence. We talk about it all. It's my second favorite type of intelligence. What's going on with neanderthals us and artificial intelligence when it comes to sounds when i started to think about writing the book i was just thinking of the really important times in the development of the human voice so first of all as when did we start speaking so yeah you could go back. Not pose the question. The first chapter disney on speak to did we talk to another -nother type of human of a species of human i think more and more the evidences that we probably did now we can never be sure but the more evidence we get more more seasoned neander was sort of. Are you to our. did we find well. I will fundamentally if you look at fossil is asian and you look at say bone structures the air or you look at what that's me they had in terms of the The fossilized around throat and they seem to have the bits that will work. I mean i seem to because a lot of the vocal anatomy soft stuff which doesn't actually get preserved and then the other kind of evidence you look for things like evidence that they were thinking beyond just surviving so most people think that language is associated with going beyond. Just how do i get food each day and mate and you start getting symbolic thinking so you get things aren't being drawn you get with which are more than just throwing the simple jewelry and things like that decorations. Yeah so the book starts with. When did we develop language and another important pockets when technology changes the voice. And so. I think being bill. Edison invented the phonograph but then ends up in the fact that we teach in new species to speak with teaching google home alexis or whatever it may be to have conversations with us and not really changes attitudes devices and really is changing us. So that's an interesting sort of new point where we start getting artificial speech artificial speech recognition going on an stein. I mean the interesting thing is is officiant. Tangent isn't very intelligent but as humans we won't sink is very intelligent so we imbue lots of things on it which is actually really that when you're talking to siri you presume that she has agency that she is making decisions. That she's thoughtful. Yeah you just look at how many people say i love you to alexa and all this kind of stuff you know they kind of think in some ways it's alive as soon as you interesting about. Computers is if you give a computer voice or you make into a robot so it moves. We suddenly think it's much more agency than it really does and we start tweeting human. I mean there was a example at boston dynamics producers robotic dog and is a very famous video. It's probably five ten years ago. Maybe five years ago where they kicked this dog in the park and it was to show how it can right itself without any help. They got of complaints about the cruelty to this. Very boutique dog. It was very clearly robotic. It was mechanical machine is not know didn't look like a dog popular. I four legs. So we seeks seem to think these things alive and so we'll start talking machines like elektra as though they're real alive and things even though they are is connections through to internet. Search engines are not really thought intelligent so and i have american accents. You have would sounds to us as a british accent when as a kid during what we musically called the british invasion where british rock and roll groups discovered blues and then showed us audiences. How cool this music actually was. If you'd been paying attention. The beatles the rolling stones herman's hermits when somebody sings with a british accent. It sounds to our. You're like an american accent. Is it true for a british person when he or she hears an american singing. It sounds like a british person seen or is this me just making stuff up. There is a tendency for young people to sing like american us. Early rolling. Stones records mick jagger definitely was affecting an american southern accent. I mean the wonderful thing about the human voice. It's very flexible and you you could. You know if oakland that's me. He's kind of infinitely flexible in the sense. And you can sing in different accents and change them and maybe mic was doing it deliberately to appeal to american audience. I don't know because we saw that as human. So if i i'm talking from manchester which is up in the north of england but if i go to my hometown in bristol in the south my my southern accent will thicken because i'm trying to fit in with local. So we kind of do that. I've seen in american elections. The last person politician. I heard about clinton being criticized by changing her accent as you went around the country campaigning. Well actually this is something we all naturally do. We try and fit in better with where we are and so actually changing how we talk something. We just do which vocal comedians. So maybe mick jacka was just doing to in because he wanted the sound to sell some records medical. I don't know. I wanted to ask about the origins of these accidents. I mean presumably at some point Two or three hundred years ago people will over here in the colonies and over there in the an england spoke the same way. We definitely sound different now. How does that happen and did you change. did we change. We both change with both chains so because the focal anatomy isn't very fixed. It's very flexible. Accents just change. They just drift. So if you have to. You know to population separated by in this case the atlantic and they're not communicating very much. Which i wouldn't have been in the past there accident that voices would just change and drift over time. And you see this species. I mean it's not just you know it's not just humans you say it with fish and you sit with cattle. You know they all have slight accents to them in their kind of kohl's and over time they will drift and they will change so some of it's just natural drift of of the voice changing over time and then some of it comes from cultural influences. Which of course. Now you know. You've got all the globalization which is changing things so yeah people in in in britain. Probably pick up. More american idioms whether really interesting changes is actually english as a second language which is a dominant speaking style in lots of different versions in lots of cities like in america and britain. Which said what you've got is a mixing particularly in the cities where you've got lots of mixing of different coaches. You've got lots of people talking across coaches who all speaking english but not as their first language and that is crazy mixed accent in london. It's called multicultural. London english which is kind of blend and now it will be blended faces like pakistan india bangladesh jamaica cockney the traditional english language all these comes melting pot coming together and creating this blended accident which is how if you go down to end london. Now you won't get his cockney bow bells kind of Sort of accidents disappeared. Now it'd be this. What's called multicultural. London english is extremely popular musical. My fair lady were the whole premises. That if this guy can teach a woman who Has a cockney accent a more gentle mobile we call it gentlemanly ladies royal accent. What's the what's descriptive for the for. But i'm showing pygmalion life like they were heading for received pronunciation so our p. Is the accident you think of. If you think of an english axe most people think of although it's only spoken by about two percent of brits what do you call it our p..
"pakistan india bangladesh" Discussed on Immigrantly
"Don't want trans people self identifying as male or female and they want to protect certain same-sex spaces. So yeah, I think the West really is struggling with the gender identities to spite. Pakistan, India Bangladesh it being legal right now and it gets in those identities. For. Decades and that doesn't come without its own challenges. I mean, you know socially transgender people in South Asia may be some of the lowest class people xactly. But at least they are have their rights on knowledge in the constitutions and I hope that those rights are implemented as well and realized because on paper. Yes. Looks Great. But if it isn't implemented properly than we have a problem and I think there's a lot more work to be done even in Pakistan, India? Bangladesh. All those places. As if our, how much of y'all walk is gone shively, decolonizing gender identity and Queen as as a whole everything. I do I'll be honest I. There is conscious element to it, but there's also an unconscious element to it. So at the heart of me being a public figure, I started life as Britain's first out Muslim drag queen when I didn't fight as a gay man, I, performed in drag and a lot of my parodies or a lot of my shows contents would be around me being a British. British Pakistani Queer Person and when I started doing that at the start of the last decade I started about nine years ago. I was very much the only public figure from you know British Pakistani quick background that was actually being public and speaking about the issues that affected me, and obviously here I am talking about myself and my experiences. But I'm also unknowingly actually talking about decolonization talking about you know British Pakistan issues in the diaspora without even realizing it even if it is via comedy via drag. in the conscious world I. Think you know Fast Food, twenty, twenty there. There are now like a plethora of public British, Pakistani people bow out that you know huge social media followings influences and you know I I think for.
"pakistan india bangladesh" Discussed on The Conspiracy Farm
"Can get that will tell you whether you've already got antibodies for the MS vaccine. Where if you were to get the vaccine. You're going to have bad bad results or get sick from the vaccine. So there's tighter staffs already that exists so we can take titus test that says whether we already had. Antibodies built up for this particular virus. And that's that's important because I tell you what Gordon when they start saying mandatory vaccines for everyone. I want people to have the option to at least be able to take the title test for the antibodies so that they can vaccine which could make them sick or kill them to begin with so two points on that first point. We're talking about like people getting told what to do when you feel sick there. Being some of being given wrong information some are taking any information go. I'm going anyway under. Put an emergency rooms hostile and stuff under pressure because like I think I'm a habit of freaking this because uses a fucking fear factory therapy. They're watching us. They're at home. It's basically go home and Ploeg yourself into the folk and fear factory drugs to escape it and the kids are home undergoing not me waving gone. Let me we go back to school. I'm not I'm not allowed to play outside because catch cold. Like what the fuck most kids be thinking right. Now they're like Oh my God. This is so craig. Because they don't have that pre-programme they haven't washed all these movies now these apocalypse things unless you have a cool parents but like what the fuck muster kids meeting can just stay at home because you might get a cook like we're can't go see? Nana and GRANDPA can't we can't go see pop wouldn't know even though there's no actual global ref frame of reference there is. I'm sorry in our timeframe we. We see movies like contagion outbreak. And we've heard even your Jesse Ventura episode with Alex Jones on their people. Keep sending me videos. Remember the coffin to the FEMA COFFINS IN ATLANTA. The hundreds of thousands of all of this is kind of ringing true to lease some of us who have like again that frame of reference. But like you said our kids other almost like e I will yeah. You're like our kids. They have. I mean really. No real real and they shouldn't. That's what I tried to protect my daughter's much as possible. She's twelve and she's really smart. She hears me and her mom talking about it so she's Kinda glad not Jeffrey. Like she's probably on our phone or on early pattern or computer. Yeah we're GonNa hear talk and under some Guy Take Talk Johnson going. We're GONNA shine my daughter Cameron here dude. Because he keeps coming with these. Take Talk Radio to that. Very thing on is on completely by a Chinese company. So maybe they're like pop and no. I didn't even know what that was a month ago. Tick Tock a month and a half. I had no idea. I'm sorry so the first part of the thing is that like the news is for concealing our heads and follow the garbage poisoned fear fear. I mean it's twenty turn the Smith Act. I think it was on your show as well. It's one of the most important things that has ever happened to. America on act was repealed by Obama's administration and Smith. Monty was made in the in the months and years after the war after World War. Two where America was now no longer allowed to falsely a prostitute. The political information to weren't doing too low to no propaganda allowed this is this is Smith Mont in full effect. Like whatever channel you look at some folk and contradictory sheet to the China looked up before like it's not a lot of it doesn't make sense is contradictory information people by attitude by a faith by politics like you trust the government. You have one narrative. You've worn agenda and if you don't trust the government even order agenda but now there's fifty different things to argue about about how close people can be about like what the symptoms are going to be like. Should they go? You know off fuck this quarantine. Mellon going down to the buyer to have a COUPLA BEERS. And you're like dude you know. There's there's a social shaming goal and non nil. It's like you shouldn't do to train everything to keep in. And it's not just the mainstream media that's filtered down at. Anders like at proactive group's social groups of people artists and social activists. And all these people are starting to facebook. Page isn't viral videos and movement the imagined you see that craziness the imagine video from shish else. A Mayor Mayor Troll in that because he was like. I thought we were supposed to do imagine by Ariana Grande Day so he just like called saying the wrong genus. Brilliant job also. Listen listen to this real quick At because I'm face I'm on facebook live and I like doing this because people can ask questions. I facebook live as my daughter. My Daughter is eleven and my dad. My Dad died on October. Thirtieth sixty six with one hundred and three temperature and the Monja symptoms after a stroke and she asked if maybe he died of the virus. I have to wonder if this was about to start the start of it. Thanks FOR HAVING THIS COMBO. I wouldn't happen the possibly them and it's too bad that We didn't know about the ten. And as I said in mid January and I. My lungs sounded like two bowls of soup with somebody blowing the straw into him and Convulsions and everything else that I was happy. And I'm I'm a pretty fit guy for the most part so it hit me hard. But Lemme LemMe Gordon. Let me go through this and this is kind of important. The history of broke up. You broke up. Say they will the history of pandemics in the numbers pandemics. And I WANNA ask Gordon's thoughts on this before you do not just the just the second part to that is you said about The news media and stuff like that so the second percents. Go ahead go ahead. I'm GonNa talk about it afterwards when you give these b. m. quite partner so the news media are fulfilling people's heads for fear. Fear factor going on people are freaking attaining. All you want to know is Water Day. Not Saying you were talking about getting the tests from walgreens or Walmart one of the walls down and CVS would receive as long as all our doors at trying to get all these. You know things you stick up your arse things sticking your nose to try and find their. Do I have to have the test? That's going on in Ireland is at a very low level in the UK very low level. Italy obviously very high because they were given the supplies in America. They don't have the supplies to taste. Everybody you have to wait until you have severe symptoms to have it in the hospital. But they're trying to make these at testing centers away from hospitals where volunteers all in P P ear. All very highly trained or doing these things in the tests by quickly. And you know if you're sick just stay at home but if you think you have and you might get sick from it coming for a test we test you. We let any four hours right. I wonder it's while I wanted to know his white a folk. Are we not hearing? Any cases of this team from South America from Continental Africa are from the western half Russia's Russia. A little bit like Sonny's this stuff. In Russia closed the they closed their borders. Singapore's largest balloon talking about like all stands Kazakhstan. Turkmenistan Tajekistan stands you know Pakistan India Bangladesh like. We're not getting real numbers from there. We're not getting real numbers. Continental Africa are so dramatic if she gets in there and their governments aren't as Parton. They're not as like pertinently Responsive as like say America well America like ARLEN OUR IS OUR UK. If they're not like. Oh and Spain France. Everyone's on lockdown staffer coaches. Aren't doing that right and countries like it's GonNa kill hundreds of millions according to the reports so yeah being dude of course if it's killing the if if it's doing what it's doing league uninsurable one not at one and three percent globally though. That's the thing that I'm saying. Let me go through this real quick for you. That's just a baffling mine laying. Because there's nothing happening is only just because they don't have the tests that people have under Diane but we don't know it or not report US just like they weren't saying well itself. We just want to say that you know we've seen this. This has been around for probably eight months in honest talks right so I'm going to give you. I'M GONNA give you results for some that. Were a five year on one year long two years long and the numbers that they killed compared to what we're dealing with now the you know the bubonic and and there was no running water and no sewers and things at a certain time this this becomes relevant though in this time line but you know the bubonic plague killed killed up to two hundred million. The third cholera pandemic killed one million in one year up a flu. Pandemic of eighteen eighty nine killed one million six cholera pandemic for one year. Killed Eight hundred thousand. The Spanish flu in one year in one thousand nine hundred and killed one hundred million people and the Asian flu that hold on the Asian the Asian flu from fifty. Six to fifty eight killed two million. The Hong Kong flu killed one million in one year the AIDS Fan pandemic killed thirty six million in six years. encephalitis in up. Probably seven year period here killed one point. Five million smallpox in one century killed five hundred million the corona virus in eight months compared to many others that killed one and two million and the Spanish flu that killed a hundred million this right now globally in eight months almost a year. We're at twenty three thousand seven hundred twenty one. Yeah so the numbers don't match. The response was what I'm saying. There's more people who've committed suicide in that time Argon Shit the answer The conscientious answer to that is it's been caused the we've taken precautions against letting it happen. We have modern medicine. We have modern preventative measures. In nineteen eighteen to students. We had the swine flu. We had the swine. Flu The swine flu and the bird flu that way more lives than what we're dealing with right now brother. Yeah I know that by far. Close the new C. Corona virus is a is a contract in a much different way. It's like can. This is top ahead stuff now. I I don't know this like fishes of show I'm one or two things might be correct but a conservative on like cotton fabric. For three days it can survive on steel for five days but ultimately ultimately my point is when we when we do the bare numbers compared to even h one n one the swine flu and bird-flu but the the Koran we didn't shut down we didn't shut down the entire world because well the derivatives bubble and wasn't wasn't ready to burst and and the global banks weren't circling. The Drain is what I'm saying. I think it is a very convenient way to shut down the world. I'm Jonah. There's things that people know.
"pakistan india bangladesh" Discussed on Solvable
"Of the really good things about these challenges that there is no smell no flights in fact most of the users they don't care about the pets destruction destruction value. What they care about is a while. I can have a tweeted that doesn't smell. How can it not smell simply because of the biological possessor right so have this video that i love showing essentially it's a camera in one of these drums and it's over the course of twenty hours. I just look at the footage normal speed. You don't see anything what you do this couple of hours after somebody defecates the stuff disappears if if you significantly increase the speed to see the earthworms during a to zoo which is rolling beside over night and says the result of that within two hours after assembly a defecates the stuff is actually already better than widely. Has this system been deployed in india on one hand the the most most widely selling genetic apology for the four on the other hand. It's a tiny number. It's seven thousand or so and we've been figuring out one of two directions to going. It turns out that there's a much larger scale version of this that we've used for treating raw sewage says i mentioned earlier. A lot of cities in the developing world switches switches just dumps into local waterways and that that causes all sorts of problems from aesthetics through health and so on and so in the city of wounding which has been a bunch of such sewage pipes. We've tapped into one of them and have a larger scale version of this <unk> invasion. They just monitor scale. <unk> public is it. It's the size of half football. Can you do this at any scale. In principle my sense is that as it gets larger richer rather than simply growing. It may just have so what's happened to the pony is linked up so that is actually getting most excited about right now simply because has now you can go into city and over the course of a year build out the the sewage-treatment infrastructure at a tiny tiny tiny fraction of the cost never probably one tenth the cost of <unk> question few if you built a conventional system if you compare this in in the west was you're gonna build at a sewage pigment down. The road for movie are now is the ratio the same one tenth or is it. I'm just i'm curious about the state of the art western style sewage facilities facilities. What is the what are the costs of those compared to something like this. I couldn't give a dollar number right but but if you just look at the components of the cost of the otas kinda grow themselves meaning that you have a large ditch with sewage in those winds and reproduce the rest of it is almost zero infrastructure so you've got no concrete nathan. If you walk into a typical sewage treatment plant you've got lots of power pumps because the way we treat waste the area of straight us none of that has made it runs on a tiny solar panel just to pump the stuff and the rest of it is just so the amount of land is the same but you're not spending anything on motors and pumps. You're not spending anything on dodge concrete structures so this is one that you expect to move from from the could well you think the popular in more developed countries it could be it could be so giving an example of something that came up which i would love to explore. I don't know if the current regulatory environment allows for that in the state of alabama announce county. It's a largely african american community the rates it's of women random infection comparable to the developing world and the sanitation infrastructure is non-existent and the state of alabama us just not bothered to benefit out and so a lot of the ord septic tanks. They just dump into the soil. They're pleased least that is perfect. For this kind of of the asli given the the u._s. is much more of a religious society than than india is definitely much more oh careful about liability protections and so on so forth and it's not yet clear what the regulatory environment is so composting toilets and a lot of it turns out in the u._s. It's county-by-county around the country so some counties of fine with it because i don't have a large population most of lofgren anyway and it's just not native tipped septic tanks but other countries much more stringent about it bud if that switch flips where where counties <hes> particularly recount recognize this is a much more environmentally sound way through things with the appropriate jackson balances to make sure they're not commuting the ground polluting waterways. I suspect something like this could be very very interesting in fact if you do an internet search you find that there are some people living off goodwater. Do somethings of this question. It has to do with scale since you guys have lots and lots of good ideas and and is that he has lots of potential but ultimately of course everything is the depend on your ability to scale is to make a meaningful difference. Tell me a little bit about how you think about the scaling problem if i wanted to put one of these toilets and every indian village it needed one what would have to happen. I don't believe startups et cetera skip if you go back to the example of totta power at the reason we brought them on board is that for for a startup like ours smaller organizations like ours if we would reach two hundred religious that would be unprecedented scale dot about a wooden think of two hundred founded even a starting point for them. Thousand villages is the starting point so our belief. Is that the best way to skinless to have come from like that. That's hungry hungry for this for this market that is respected by the government that has a good track record and has a staint bauer <hes> as it happens is another company that netflix been working with. It's going to end up projects which is an infrastructure company. <hes> weird talking to them about possibly scaling up the store. Nathan this switch treatment business. It's not nearly as mature as the power conditioners but i suspect if you if you go around the world in a number of emerging economies kenya nigeria to pakistan india bangladesh and so did our companies that that are much better positioned and then outside entities skill and our job is to find who they are is the northern trusted that ends the director but if they are we bring them all but this is from from the perspective of someone like products. Is this actually business. I mean this is the the idea of installing these presumably being paid by the local municipality. Whoever it is that actually translates into something it could be conceived of as a large scale business it would have to be logical business in fact because low margin business. It has to be large scale business. <hes> in the toilets context. You may recall that <hes> the moody government india launched this set of universal toilets initiative and that was going to be the vehicle for us to do this unfortunately in that program it ended up being a numbers game more than anything else so so we've decided to pull back from that little bit sweet for that dust to settle <hes> meaning that the government was giving one hundred and seventy five dollar per household subsidy subsidy to build toilets and so lots of husbands two hundred seventy five dollars something that kind of resembled a toilet but the usage rate it does not very high and in earthling based system people billiton don't use et wednesday so so what we're waiting for is pretty soon initially believed that in country like indiana <unk> a bunch of countries around the world open defecation is or winsome gifting the past because it's if nothing else it's a matter of dignity matter of security so people will want aspirational if people want a ten toilets and it's this is we believe it's perfect yeah yeah. This has been fascinating. Thank you so much. I.
"pakistan india bangladesh" Discussed on The Red Pill Report
"Us. I think it's the, the Chinese say that you can stand on the mountain for a long time with your mouth, open waiting for roast to fly in it doesn't happen. You gotta go and cook the dinner. You need to pick need to get these books. Read them act on them. I believe that. Our problem today that people want to get things ready for them. I mean, they don't want to spend effort to, to learn without learning without knowing what's going on been. I'm giving the example of over ship, if you are locked in, in your room in ship, and the ship is sinking and new sitting in your room listening to music eating enjoying time without without putting your head outside of your compartment to see what's going on around you, the ship is sinking and you need to open the door for the air to come in for the knowledge to come in for the, the fresh air to get until runs and to see what's going on around you. We the word is on fire and the ship, is sinking without taking actions to rescue self and others are believed. There's no hope. But personally, I believe there is always hope because there's always the remnant, who seek to know to know what's going on around them and to take actions. According. Plus you thank you so much for all you've taught us. Lemme lemme ask you, I don't know how much you can tell me. But if people listen to this, the complex's man, we want to pray for him. What are you up to the prevents happening in the future? You can tell us about once you can just say, well, I can't tell you parts I will be somewhere. You know how can we pray for you? How can we support your ministry great? I mean first of all, appreciate. Appreciate every player because our battle is heating up, and it's dictated on us its own us to be part of this battle. It's not a choice anymore. You myself. Everybody who listens to us now the battle is on us. And we have to put on the arms of that better to be equipped with knowledge to be equipped with the truth, the bible. So how to pray for me. I traveled the world, and I believe that it's it's worth it because God is worthy of every effort to have I would say, first of all support my ministry that I'm part of, which is the minister of Mike Yousef, leading the way with my collusive. It's, it's, it's easy to l t w dot org or leading the way that or see what's going on there. I mean amazing things are happening support the ministry financially with your prayers. I mean with. Being aware of what's going on in the world. We are committed to taking the gospel to the four corners of the world and our presence in the Muslim world is significant. We have a broadcast into the Arab world. It's called that kingdom set the kingdom satellite go also find kingdom set dot com or dot org. Find out what's going on. Great preachers. Taking the gospel with Dr Michael us into the Muslim world. Support our ministry trae for onus things that I cannot say, but I mean be assured brother or those who are listening to us today. There are faithful people who are finding Jesus way where in Saudi Arabia Iran Turkey Yemen, Egypt, Morocco, Tunisia Libya. You don't not believe Libya, those war is running now many, many Muslims come to Christ today. The media doesn't share any of this. But I'm sharing this with you soon. And very soon brother, you'd see the church reviving in those countries in the Arab world. And, and moreover in Indonesia, Pakistan, India Bangladesh brother, I mean under the surface, nobody knows maybe about their now. But many, many Muslims find Jesus today in an amazing way I can. Share with you tens and hundreds of stores that I, personally meet with. And I heard of today, the Lord is doing miracles, and he is waiting for somebody to take action. You have to take action today. I have to take action today. Support those who are reaching out to the Muslim world pray for Dr Michael us pray for all those who are working with him, including myself. My name is
"pakistan india bangladesh" Discussed on The Tel Aviv Review
"Even if it's just don't say it, but the minority point is fascinating. Because that to me is we announce seeing the first time, and we reference great work by Andrey zaslov and his colleagues in the Netherlands. We now have studies showing the populist policies in Europe, national Ponte's, a winning ova a significant number of otas who appro LGBT but anxious of how. Long. So the estimate is the pens electoral is around ten to fifteen percent comprised of Vitus, basically, comfortable with same sex marriage, LGBT rights, but variety, very anxious about this issue of Islam in the Netherlands to voters which into some of those groups so with seeing configurations that we haven't seen before, of course, has started in mid two thousands with people up info town and also seeing on the other side as we saw with the Brexit vote in the Trump minorities that all instinctively socially conservative on issues, like women's rights LGBT issues coming from a mole, socially, conservative perspective. But also, the leave voters in the UK. We now have good research on this showing the reason minorities voted leave was not because of some kind of historic nostalgia of the days of empire. But was basically because those communities felt the van networks relatives, friends and should be given preference over e you nationals. So. Their contacts outside of Europe, Pakistan, India Bangladesh, why West Indies should have preference over poles Hungarians Lithuanians. In world and people just are out to protect themselves at all costs and don't really worry about the principle that brought them in benefited them. And just say, you know, what we need to protect our own interests. That's certainly true, the ethnic minorities all more likely to vote for, you know, Senna left progressive Ponte's, but you can tell this book, we all very wary about this binary, you know, sweeping approach, you know, Trump Trump support him on Cuban Americans, Tina Hispanics, particularly men was not just a money of fact, it was significant. And of course, lots those voices to. Anxious about the way in which the religious composition of the society's is changing. And I think they're anxious to about the that comes with liberalism the times can look vacuous and meaningless, and there's no kind of sense of unity in general. So the question John how can they get back in the game? How can the motor middle sent Ponti get back in the game? One thing they could start to do is get away from this incredibly negative and destructive tendency to obsess about group identities over actually what brings us together. What's the national unifying story? Abomb was Berlin at this. I mean, absolutely cut through in saying this isn't about right America. Blue america. This is actually the United States of America and stepping above tribal divisions to try and project unity, my worry for the. Kratz in US for remains in the UK for social Democrats in Europe is actually the narrative now is this sort of identity politics, which is all about group differentiation and identifying everybody's a victim as quickly as we possibly can and focusing endlessly relentlessly on difference rather than national unity. Right. What is it that brings us together until you call that message? You're not going to mobilize less well educated white voters alongside your minorities in your millennial graduates. You're going to struggle to build election winning coalition on Democrats meal, just sitting you'll visa what are the Democrats going twenty twenty. I mean, how would you take on Trump because of the mainline and say anything that's particularly convincing. Well, I reveal that secret to you..
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"Marriage. And at a time when there is a war against the good child's education, there has to be a war that is wage on behalf of the good child access to education. And that has to go hand in hand with child marriage and be also have to see this as Kant of some of the CB and Peavey eek strategies. Kitchen mentioned a key part of combating educating girls on on the issue for large, Doug is to question. Has there ever been an instance of two children being forced to marry other a boy and a girl both under the age of eighteen? And I asked that question. Because I would think a key part of that education is also executing boys, right? Hey, as you grow up, this is not. Okay. And here's, why is that imagine that's part of the strategy to or not? Can you talk to them? So that is a very good question, but then he so I've done a map paying off and does not brides it's a, it's a car for denies ation that has a website with a map of all of the laws that have a child marriage in their statute books. And you look at what the see is that all of these laws. A parade on a term of what I call in gender duality that is almost like hypocrisy in these laws so that a good, a good age of marriage is lower than the boys age of marriage. And to some extent that is also the duality that renders we're, but but that is shaped by the devaluation of the good shy that somehow of goods value lies in a marriage, right? So that is one part of his second. It's a way of protecting the goal from alleged or imagine harmful threats of sexual abuse of of on a kinds. And I think you're going to be touching upon that too. This is all part of that continuum of a good on his owned by her family, and therefore the earliest instance she needs to be given in marriage in order to protect her as well as to protect the family. Then Thirdly, she's a commodity you, there's the commodification of a God by giving her in marriage and being either, you know, getting a bride price or getting rid of, you know, give her away to another family. And then finally times. Of war b see with it is with al-shabaab or with Boko haram goods bodies become the sights of wild once. So that again, so these, they're these four, five reasons that really. Need to be addressed as root causes of child marriage Frankie. Thank you. I wanna turn from child marriage to the horrific crime of acid attacks, which particularly facts women in countries across South Asia, including Pakistan, India, Bangladesh, Verna. Some reports suggest that incidence is actually increasing in this part of the world. Why is that. Well, the first reason is and fully bonded. Vici- has addressed it. In then law. We was in the two prizes and it's been the most effective ingen law and the two five, sunny laws that have come since have not had the teeth because they have not. Addressed the purchase and sale of asset asset is something which is very, very, very cheap in southeast Asia. It's used in jewellery production. It's used all over for agricultural purposes for pumpkin seed and hit us full of rubber production, etcetera. So any pharma EMMY farmhand anyone who works in fact free making any kind of jewelry can't get the hands on. Asset and the whole gallon of acid will cost lessen the Jolla. Now, four bought photon Gita was joking about right about child marriage for me. Why acid violence, the sodium, fourth, and why it has doesn't not interested enough people. I feel in the west is because it has not really hit a nerve your lives in any way that you can see it like child marriage, you talk about from Massachusetts to, you know, Delaware, etcetera. Something in your life did something you see across the globe. Acid violence is if chide is not given in marriage, that child could be doused and acid and destroyed for life. The always go for the face and the neck, which means blindness and disfiguration people who can afford it can have ten to thirty surgeries and still never ever. You see the employable again. The never have the confidence to leave the home. Again, they destroyed. So this happens if you don't give your girl in marriage to a more powerful person or an older person..
Rape accuser was in a relationship with Weinstein, lawyers say
"Burnt BBC news is read by Diana speed leading NHS heart surgery unit says, it's taking swift action after a leaked report, concluded that toxic relationships between rival surgeons could have contributed to patient deaths since George hospital cardiac unit in south London commissioned the external review. Last April after an alert over low than expected survival rates. It is stressed that the safety of patients is its number one priority teaches under reports. The review was written by a former any tests, England, deputy medical director. Mike Buick in response to above average mortality rates at the hospital. It is internal scrutiny as inadequate and said, the department was split between two camps exhibiting tribal like activity. The review concludes that the whole team shared responsibility for its failure. A spokesman for Saint George's hospital said it happy made very clear to sergeants at that unit that the behavior described by professor Buick simply could not continue. Sergeants from a separate hospital are. Being bought in next week to provide leadership support and the. Spokesman said the cardiac surgery service was safe but it was very clear that major and. Urgent improvements were required a report commissioned by the, United, Nations Security council. Says North Korea has not stopped its nuclear and missile programs the. Study by an expert panel said the regime, was continuing to flout UN sanctions renting the latest batch ineffective. Diplomats in Pyongyang haven't yet responded to the allegations within the pasta. The US secretary of state Mike Pompeo and the north Korean Foreign Minister re young ho have shaken hands at the association of southeast Asian nations in Singapore Mr.. Pompeo told the, summit it was important to maintain pressure on the North Koreans. As charisma vast one reports from Singapore Mike Pompeo acknowledged the process to denuclearize North Korea, would take some time but he said the timeline. For denuclearization would be set in part by the north and that it was up to leader Kim Jong. UN to decide when that would be until then Mr., Pompeo said economic sanctions on the regime would remain he reminded his. Counterparts at the summit that getting Pyongyang. To give up, its nuclear weapons was not just an American goal and. Emphasized the importance of maintaining the diplomatic, and economic pressure on the north by in forcing sanctions Mr. Pompeo said North Korea was, behaving in a manner inconsistent with Kim Jong UN's, commitment to denuclearize councils have, called on, the governments to consider. Banning Lew grade plastics used many food containers because they can't be recycled the local government associate Of England Wales said two-thirds of Pont's tubs and trays ended. Up in, landfill sites so incinerators say they're working. With industry improve recycling rates key three God from the trade body representing UK plastics manufacturers believes financial incentives are the only way to drive progress at the moment there's no fiscal or monetary system in the UK that makes. These owners go, for the really good to recycle designs on those who make. Packs which are less easy to recycle to me they should be paying more money into, the system that would create a driver to drive. People towards good practice The him secretary Sergio Javid has promised to do more to. Combat forced marriages and support victims Mr., Javid was responding, to an, investigation by the times newspaper into the numbers of people trying to prevent their foreign spouses from getting visas to come to. The UK his political correspondent Suzanne Mendonca such Javid said forced marriage was an uncivilised practice that had no place in British society writing on Twitter, he said they he forced British. Women into, marriage should be warned that the home office was redoubling its efforts to make sure they pay for their crimes His comments come off the data obtained by the times newspaper reveal that officials with nearly ninety cases. Of women trying to block visas last year they said they'd been forced to marry men in. Countries including Pakistan India Bangladesh and the United Arab Emirates but in almost half the cases visas were still issued, charities of warm that women. And girls are being forced to live with, abusive partners as a result of home office decisions a home office saw said. Mr. Javid was looking into what more he could do to protect honorable people from forced marriage the Hollywood film producer Harvey Weinstein is attempting to have the criminal charges against him dismissed his lawyers, claim undisclosed evidence, shows at one of his accusers was in a long-term consensual relationship with. Him Chris Butler. Reports a grand, jury in New York decided Harvey, Weinstein should be tried on a series of charges including sexual assault and rape but his lawyers claim that There was a series of feelings in the way the case on the evidence was presented they say the district attorney's office didn't give adequate notice but it was. Presenting more serious charges the statute. Of limitations had passed in relation to one of the alleged offenses and the dozens of. Emails were intentionally kept from the grunge jurors the defense team says they show Mr. Weinstein was involved. In a consensual intimate relationship with one of his accusers long after she says he ripped her. The New York district attorney declined to make any comment on the attempt to get the kiss dismissed but Mr., Weinstein is due to appear, in court again next month The food manufacturer MAs has, withdrawn its advertising from YouTube after one of its sweets was shown. Alongside controversial music videos linked to violence in London MAs says it would not use the platform until appropriate safeguards were in place YouTube said it didn't. Want to be used to incite violence and was working with the police as James Kelly reports the. So-called drill rap videos have been linked.
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"Vallone expected survival rates. It has stressed that the safety of patients is its number one priority. Is under reports the review was written by a former. NHS England deputy medical director Mike Buick in, response to above average mortality rates at the hospital it described. Internal scrutiny as inadequate and said the department was split between two. Camps exhibiting tribal like activity the review concludes that the whole team shared responsibility for its failure a spokesman for Saint George's hospital said it happy made very clear to surgeons at that unit that the behavior described by professor Buick simply. Could not continue sergeants from a separate hospital being bought, in next week to provide leadership support and the spokesman said the cardiac surgery service was safe but it was very clear that major and urgent improvements were required councils according on the. 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Must now stop mixing in the low grade plastic that, prevents recycling councillor Peter Fleming deputy chairman of the says the producers must change or pay up if you're making a container that is not recyclable and that cost is then passed onto. The council Ben the council tax payer then actually Lutely the manufacturers should be paying the association is Also urging the government to legislate to remove the, lowest quasi plastics from, the supply chain a report commissioned by the United Nations Security council says North. Korea has not stopped its nuclear and missile programs the study by an expert panel said the regime was continuing to flout UN sanctions rendering the latest batch ineffective diplomats in Pyongyang haven't yet responded to the allegations the UN. Study undermines President Trump's claim that his summit, with Kim Jong. UN in June North Korea no longer poses a nuclear threat the US secretary of state Mike Pompeo has said the timetable for. Denuclearization will be decided in part by Mr Kim speaking at the association of southeast Asian nations in. Singapore Mr. Pompeo said it was important, to maintain pressure on the North Koreans the process of achieving denuclearization North Korean peninsula is. One that I think we have all known would take, some time but I, must say from meetings here the world is United in this Achieved were determined to do at gem, Kim is committed to doing it Optimistic that we will. Get this. Done in the timeline and the world will celebrate the home secretary started. Javid has promised to do more to combat forced marriages and support victims Mr. Javid was responding to an investigation by the times newspaper. Into the numbers of people trying to block visas, for their foreign spouses his political correspondent Susana Mendoza such a Javid said forced marriage was. 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Insists it was free and fair now correspondent Andrew, Harding reports the State Department in Washington did not explicitly endorse these elections it's still wants. To see, a transparent account, of how old votes were tallied and how Emmerson Mnangagwa managed to win the presidency without a runoff but crucially the US urged. The winners to show magnanimity and the loses graciousness in other, words it's time to move on to accept the results of what even Mr. mnangagwa's conceded. Was an imperfect process the opposition has vowed to challenge the results, in, court, convinced the outcome was rigged. But it's not clear if there is an appetite here For mass protests not least after the brutal response, of the security forces who killed six people this week The food manufacturer MAs has drawn its, advertising, from YouTube after one of its sweets was shown on controversial music. 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To be considering similar action the record-breaking hydroplane Bluebird is due to, take, to, the water for the first. Time in more than fifty years this morning it arrived on the island Butte for tests yesterday a team has spent the past seventeen years restoring the craft Which crushed on Coniston water in the, lake district in nineteen sixty seven killing Donald Campbell now with the, weather forecast here's Chris FOX Darna thanks very good morning to you we're looking at a sunny day coming across the southeast of the country with. Some high temperatures northwestern areas meanwhile we'll have quite, a bit of cloud today and temperatures closer. To normal so we'll start off with the forecast detail. Across all of England and Wales where it's a dry stop. For many of us few for patches around coastal western Kosovo Wales. And few four patches down in the south. West of England as well but, he should readily clear most series we'll see some sunshine today but cloud we'll tell, tend to, build in the cross Wales positive the Midland's and northern counts of England keeping temperatures here in. A range of around twenty one twenty three degrees celsius and pleasant conditions but. Further south we'll see more in the way of sunshine say for the south of England and East. Anglia in the sunshine we're looking at temperatures ranging from around twenty six to maybe thirty degrees celsius in the. Very hottest, areas north northern quite a cloudy day here. If you miss patches in one or two isolated. Mainly light shower Hours temperatures twenty degrees and in Scotland will see showers coming and going across westerners particularly. For the. Highlands, and the western house but otherwise dry day with the best of any. Sunshine across the south highs today reaching twenty degrees Donna thank you now for a look at the papers and the guardian prints the much trailed article by Jeremy Corbyn in which the labour leader response to accusations he's been lenient on anti Semites. In his party he says such people. Have no place in labor. And dismisses, as overheated rhetoric claims the labor government would pose a threat to Jewish life in Britain the telegraph causes words Assad disappointment in an editorial it says Mr. Cubans article is full of rhetorical. Urgency but on, the key matter of explicit definitions of antisemitism, he responds with Soviet esque institutional lethargy the mirror says Mr. Cubans, belated response to the anti semitism crisis is a first step towards repairing the damage inflicted on Labour's relationship with Jews it seems the paper says. 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A no deal a spokeswoman for the home office tells, the paper the government is focused on securing a good Brexit deal which works in the interest of. The UK. And the EU and is the, heart and largely dry spell continues kindergarteners will wish they had the The foresight of Steve Prescott from Lancashire the Daily. Mail describes how the, business consultant began storing rainwater two years ago to save money he now has eight water tanks and. His being able to continue watering his plants and loan, without using a drop of top water I look at the papers now on open country David Lindo. Visits Lundy. For the island's first marathon race Linda's, just,.
"pakistan india bangladesh" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Yeah if the brian lehrer show on wnyc good morning again everyone now the world's latest case of ethnic cleansing the in kinds of very than the headlines loyal things hurricane in all things trump and even the new york primary for the past few weeks hundreds of thousands of people belonging to me on laws row hinge muslims set have been fleeing increasing violence from government forces by monday the white house issued a statement condemning the attacks and called on the burly security authorities to quote respect the rule of law stop the violence and end the displacement of civilians from all communities yesterday top united nations officials referred to the violence against throw hendra as textbook ethnic cleansing joining me now to discuss the mounting humanitarian crisis and the politics that underlie it is matthew smith founder and chief executive officer of fortify rights matthew welcome to wnyc thanks so much bryan and listeners do you have any ties to me on mas will hinge a muslims maybe some of you listening have experience with roe hinge refugees from former conflicts who've relocated to pakistan india bangladesh maybe some here be uh if were lucky there's row hinge a refugee to listening right now anyone can tweet or call us at two one two four three three wnyc on the phone two one two four three three nine six nine two.
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"Challenge of our generation he will so says there is none of shame in stigma attached to child sexual exploitation in some communities and the point is made that despite the different countries of origin of these men pakistan india bangladesh iraqiranturkey were heading coma was they claim that they will they will muslims well that is another issue and of course one of the reasons why rock stela took so long to come to court and to be discovered was that that was the racism card that was being played in each case and the politically correct attitude of some of the police say were terrified to go in there and be seen as racists so we have this terrible problem that the please do face we cheese at what point we allowed to go in and say this is a problem in a community because of their background and culture that we have to now address and we have to put aside these worry about being accused dipping racist because this is a problem and goals are in danger and i think this is is obviously the problem that spacing the police and anyone dealing with the sexual offenses how do we tackle it though how do we get down to the nittygritty of who's doing it how big the problem is when so many politicians and other people have been so politically correct it actually prevents police in doing that job so how do we get out and that mr cashman's another question the telegraph to their team of fifty he says of watch on this for almost three and a half years and continue to do so there's been no political clinton's here these are criminals and there's been no hesitation in arresting and tosying them using all the means at our disposal said i got you heard of it could have gone wrong and all of that money and all of those investigations could have gone out a win a more young women goes could have been closet acacia keep your calls coming please on this one is a big and difficult question on over that want to hear from you do think the pusher right to pay that convicted paedophile almost ten thousand pounds information and is helping infiltrating these vile criminal gang or three four four four nine nine one thousand let's children remain now too the ongoing crisis since we in.
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"And utah and then he said look the industry in his hand here and i realized i had jumped two and i looked around and i realize that most orchestras don't have any one of ethnicity of color in them and i didn't know what was it because people went entrusted was it because people were getting the access and the opportunities or what make good enough what what was the reason and then the more i looked the more i realized that there were many many reasons why we did see more diversity in our orchestras so i thought about trying to do something about it so the chikaoka's tre is now the the acronyms convene varied so bma obame at which is black asian minority ethnic but whatever it is you've basically encouraged people of minorities to join this alaska the underrepresented let's say let's call it that to begin with we had at least thirty one nationalities now first performance so we had many very asians of caribbean and african countries mixed him at irish and welsh in english and and then we had sri lankans pakistan india bangladesh everybody else even aboriginal we will is setting about to change perceptions and and all said not not just in the audiences the audience perceptions but our possessions with many of us have not had the experience of working with people like ourselves in in our lives so cheeky what does for example a pakistani or a sri lankan orchestra men that bring to tunica are extremely broadminded musicianship and every single person who plays in the chikaoka's to end the chanukah junior orchestra are all highly trained musicians in western classical music and we've all been through the same training but we i guess i'll background a bit more flavors them and water your audience is like a very different from your average music going classical music going odeon i'm really glad you asked that question because this is one of the things that i hadn't even thought about leaving out to the very first concert and when we walked onto the stage for of very fast content every single seat was sold that accuse outside the building people trying to get the place was packed.
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"They say that black people i discrimination that they gave he's a lot of discrimination that he'd yusfi lightest commissioners we've asked about a lot of different groups and the public is more likely hit a muslim faith discrimination today that about any other group would stand out as major changes between now and back the i think a few things stand out as major change is one of the biggest wind his political two thousand eleven muslims are were quite satisfied with the direction of the country and overall approved of the job that the president was doing um and in 2017 that definitely is not the case muslims are not happy with the direction of the country they don't approve who that uh um job in the president is doing so that's one of those things that definitely does stick out as having changed major signed doing that i have to ask you about the unique to tell me the only other thing that comes out very strongly in this data is incredible diversity of the muslim american community we hear a wide range of demographic diversity racially ethnically about six in ten muslims are immigrant but four in ten are born in the us is not a single ethnic group or racial group that forms a majority um there are some that are from the middle east and north africa some from south asia countries like pakistan india bangladesh um but also significant numbers of us foreign blacks and and other groups over there's a wide range of racial diversity and also religious diversity a lot of muslims say that they believe that the more than one way to interpret the teachings of islam in fact the majority of muslims twothirds say this this year it is senior researcher at the pew research center he served as the lead researcher for the newly released forum on religion in public life report titled us muslims concerned about their place in.