17 Burst results for "Palestinian Police"

"palestinian police" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:26 min | 6 months ago

"palestinian police" Discussed on KOMO

"Finally realized that there are so many other people that probably want to come to the track but they didn't feel comfortable and hopefully now they will talk to your drivers like Jimmie Johnson and Kyle Busch taking their own action cutting ties with the helmet designer over tweets about the Confederate flag ABC's Victor Oquendo in Miami Israeli authorities launched an investigation after a video emerged of Jewish settlers attacking a Palestinian man on the west bank story from Jerusalem in A. B. C.'s Donna Miller the video of an attack on a Palestinian and have grown going viral raising concerns that protests and violence may break out in the west bank young Jewish settlers caught on camera assaulting a Palestinian man and have grown putting him in a chokehold an Israeli soldier broke up the attack and protected the Palestinian police say they have subpoenaed a number of suspects but no one has been arrested last month Israel convicted a Jewish settler of murdering three Palestinians in a two thousand and fifteen arson attack on their west bank home Giordana Miller ABC news Jerusalem this is ABC news is there a media war to stop president trump David Horowitz says there is and the truth is in his new book blitz David Horowitz reveals the names of the secret billionaires how to stop trump Donald Trump junior urges you to read blitz Mike Huckabee says it's trump's victory plan get your copy of David Horowitz's blitz already a number one Amazon bestseller or check out the free offer just call eight hundred newsmax eight hundred newsmax or go to blitz for one one dot com get blitz today I'm Richard Cantu ABC news Evan Smith on the cover traffic center we have highway twenty closed due to a rock slide between rock port and a marble mouth there's a slight detour in place to help you get around it that the west Seattle bridge meanwhile remains closed indefinitely the lower level Spokane street bridge restricted only to emergency vehicles buses and freight for the time being a traffic is alternating on state route two oh three just south of still water hill road due to a damaged roadway of Evan Smith couple twenty four seven traffic the como forecast from the eco roof weather desk everything constant rain or the forecast overnight with temperatures bottoming out in the upper forties to low fifties sake the weather this morning conditions isolated to scattered showers in the afternoon.

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"palestinian police" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:39 min | 6 months ago

"palestinian police" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Former US marine is facing decades and isn't in Russia on a spy charge he could find out his sentence tomorrow but we know from his family and his attorney if he's being accused of espionage specifically of receiving a USB stick of classified data from a contact while he was in Russia for a wedding back in twenty eighteen the both within and this time it refutes claims that he's a spy said the data was planted on him without his knowledge that was A. B. C.'s Julia macfarlane reporting in Moscow Israeli officials say they've opened an investigation over a widely circulated video showing she was Jewish settlers attacking a Palestinian man in the west bank A. B. C.'s Gordana Miller reports from Jerusalem the video of an attack on a Palestinian and have grown going viral raising concerns that protests and violence may break out in the west bank young Jewish settlers caught on camera assaulting a Palestinian man and have brown putting him in a chokehold an Israeli soldier broke up the attack and protected the Palestinian police say they have subpoenaed a number of suspects but no one has been arrested last month Israel convicted a Jewish settler of murdering three Palestinians in a two thousand and fifteen arson attack on their west bank home Giordana Miller ABC news Jerusalem a dispute in central Europe Poland says they accidentally invaded the Czech Republic CBS is Vicky Barker the I heart radio apps now has over three hundred thousand of the best podcasts from around the globe making us number one for podcasts but making it super easy for you to find what you're looking for dive into just.

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"palestinian police" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

01:40 min | 2 years ago

"palestinian police" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Hard labor is the sentence foreign American in the holy land. We hear the latest from the media lines. Michael Friedman, a Palestinian man who holds American citizenship has been sentenced by a court in Ramallah to life at hard labor for selling a building in east Jerusalem to Jewish organization transferring any form of property to Jews is a major crime to the Palestinians. It's believed that some account brokered the sale of a home in Jerusalem's Old City to a Tarik Cohen a group that buys up property Arab owners are willing to sell in order to preserve the Jewish character of Jerusalem because lives in east Jerusalem and carries an Israeli identification card. He's not supposed to be subject to arrest by Palestinian police. Both the US and Israel have demanded that goes release. I'm Michael Friedman, townhall news Jerusalem. Sure to check out news and read more nalysts at the media line dot org and at townhall dot com. I'm Rhonda rock strip. With the beginning of the new year, the United States in Israel are no longer. Members of UNESCO. Unesco is the acronym for the United Nations Educational scientific and cultural agency, the Trump administration filed notice to withdraw last October Israel did the same. The Paris based U UN extension has been denounced as a crucible for anti Israel bias, which has included granting full membership to Palestine in two thousand eleven the US have previously withdrawn from UNESCO. During the Reagan administration in nineteen Eighty-four US rejoined in two thousand three if the US wishes now to rejoin as a nonmember observer state it is eligible to do. So in April, George Monzon reporting Germans, hoping to do some New Year's.

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"palestinian police" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

02:52 min | 2 years ago

"palestinian police" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"We hear the latest from media lines Michael freed sent a Palestinian man who holds American citizenship has been sentenced by a court in Ramallah to life at hard labor for selling a building in east Jerusalem to a Jewish organization transferring any form of property to Jews is a major crime to the Palestinians. It's believed that some account brokered the sale of a home in Jerusalem's Old City to a Tarik Cohen name a group that buys up property. Our owners are willing to sell in order to preserve the Jewish character of Jerusalem because that girl lives in east Jerusalem and carries an Israeli identification card. He's not supposed to be subject to arrest by Palestinian police. Both the US and Israel have demanded that goes release. I'm Michael Friedman, townhall news, Jerusalem, news and analysis at the media line dot org and townhall dot com. I'm Keith Peters in Washington. A fifty year old German man has been arrested on suspicion of carrying out a xenophobic attack after driving his car into a group of people including Syrian and Afghan citizen. The incident took place after midnight when many people were on the streets, celebrating the new year. Police believe the suspect drove into a group of people in the city of boxer up at least four pedestrians including Syrian and Afghan nationals were severely injured. Investigators also believe he tried unsuccessfully to ram another man import Europe and a group of the bus stop in nearby. Essen police say he made racist comments on his arrest. And there are indications. He's mentally unwell. A study in November indicated a rise in xenophobia in Germany amid concerns about immigration the BBC's, Danny everhart, an official survey shows China's manufacturing activity contracted in December boosting pressure on Beijing to reverse an economic downturn. More at townhall dot com. Hi, my name's Chris bury hosted the Chris bury show where every Sunday at two PM. We talk wealth estate tax planning for a safe and secure retirements. And join me this Sunday at two PM where I share my experiences coming back from warm sunny San Diego, where I spent some time with IRA retirement planning guru, Ed slot. I'm gonna share some advice I picked up from him. And we're going to have experts CPA Matt Silva talking tax tips for the end of the year. So join us this Sunday at two pm on the Chris bury show. There are two radio stations in this city that focus on good news. One has the good news about the economy jobs, consumer confidence and the defeat over ISIS. One has the good news about the victory over the cross one is all about the here. And now the other is all about eternity to get through the day you need both. So when you want to know more about the day's news, and what to think about it turned to FM one zero one point five and AM fourteen hundred the patriot. If you want to change your life to FM ninety two point seven AM fifteen hundred.

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"palestinian police" Discussed on WINT 1330 AM

WINT 1330 AM

02:09 min | 2 years ago

"palestinian police" Discussed on WINT 1330 AM

"We hear the latest from media lines Michael free zone. A Palestinian man who holds American citizenship has been sentenced by a court in Ramallah to life at hard labor for selling a building in east Jerusalem to Jewish organization transferring any form of property to Jews is a major crime to the Palestinians. It's believed that some accounts brokered the sale of a home in Jerusalem's Old City to tear it go on a group that buys up property. Arab owners are willing to sell in order to preserve the Jewish character of Jerusalem because lives in east Jerusalem and carries an Israeli identification card. He's not supposed to be subject to arrest by Palestinian police. Both the US and Israel have demanded that goes release. I Michael Friedman townhall news, Jerusalem, news and analysis at the media line dot org and townhall dot com. I'm Keith Peters in Washington. A fifty year old German man has been arrested on suspicion of carrying out a xenophobic attack after driving his car into a group of people including Syrian and Afghan citizen. The incidents took place after midnight when many people were on the streets, celebrating the new year. Police believe the suspect drove into a group of people in the city of Trump at least four pedestrians including Syrian and Afghan. Nationals was severely injured. Investigators also believe he tried unsuccessfully to ram another man up and a group at the bus stop in nearby. Essen police say he made racist comments on his arrest. And there are indications. He's mentally unwell. A study in November indicated a rise in xenophobia in Germany amid concerns about immigration the BBC's, Danny everhart, an official survey shows China's manufacturing activity contracted in December roosting pressure on Beijing to reverse an economic downturn. More at townhall. Dot com. Pain in my neck back and shoulders has really gotten worse relief for body pain is here heating pads with the last thing I want to take another pill. So what's good about sunny bay heating pads sunny bay me by Biomed.

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"palestinian police" Discussed on WINT 1330 AM

WINT 1330 AM

01:53 min | 2 years ago

"palestinian police" Discussed on WINT 1330 AM

"We hear the latest from the media lines Michael freed sent a Palestinian man who holds American citizenship has been sentenced by court in Ramallah to life at hard labor for selling a building in east Jerusalem to Jewish organization transferring any form of property to Jews is a major crime to the Palestinians. It's believed that is some accounts brokered the sale of a home in Jerusalem's Old City to name a group that buys up property. Our owners are willing to sell in order to preserve the Jewish character of Jerusalem because lives in east Jerusalem and carries an Israeli identification card. He's not supposed to be subject to arrest by Palestinian police. Both the US and Israel have demanded that goes release. I'm Michael Friedman, townhall news Jerusalem. We hear news and analysis at the media line dot org and townhall dot com. I'm Keith Peters in Washington. A fifty year old German man has been arrested on suspicion of carrying out a xenophobic attack after driving his car into a group of people including Syrian and Afghan citizens incidents took place off midnight when many people were on the streets, celebrating the new year. Police believe the suspect drove into a group of people in the city of bought Trump at least four pedestrians including Syrian and Afghan. Nationals was severely injured. Investigators also believe he tried unsuccessfully to ram another man in Europe and a group at the bus stop in nearby. Essen police say he made racist comments on he's arrests. And there are indications. He's mentally unwell. A study in November indicated a rise in xenophobia in Germany amid concerns about immigration the BBC's, Danny everhart, an official survey shows China's manufacturing activity contract in December boosting pressure on Beijing more at townhall dot com..

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"palestinian police" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

02:03 min | 2 years ago

"palestinian police" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"We hear the latest from the media lines Michael freed sent a Palestinian man who holds American citizenship has been sentenced by court in Ramallah to life at hard labor for selling a building in east Jerusalem to a Jewish organization transferring any form of property to Jews is a major crime to the Palestinians. It's believed that some account brokered the sale of a home in Jerusalem's Old City to a Tarik. Cohen name a group that buys up property. Arab owners are willing to sell in order to preserve the Jewish character of Jerusalem because lives in east Jerusalem and carries an Israeli identification card. He's not supposed to be subject to arrest by Palestinian police. Both the US and Israel have demanded that goes release. I'm Michael Friedman, townhall news Jerusalem. We hear news and analysis at the media line dot org and townhall dot com. I'm Keith Peters in Washington. A fifty year old German man has been arrested on suspicion of carrying out a xenophobic attack after driving his car into a group of people including Syrian and Afghan citizens Z incidents took place after midnight when many people were on the streets, celebrating the new year. Police believe the suspect drove into a group of people in the city of trope at least four pedestrians including Syrian and Afghan. Nationals was severely injured. Investigators also believe he tried unsuccessfully to ram another man in pork chop and a group of the bus stop in nearby. Essen police say he made racist comments on his arrest. And there are indications. He's mentally unwell. A study in November indicated a rise in xenophobia in Germany amid concerns about immigration the BBC's, Danny everhart. An official survey shows China's manufacturing activity contract it in December boosting pressure on Beijing more at townhall dot com. This is Albert molar for townhall dot com human beings cannot help. But notice the cycle of the year, and we cannot help keep count.

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"palestinian police" Discussed on WINT 1330 AM

WINT 1330 AM

02:04 min | 2 years ago

"palestinian police" Discussed on WINT 1330 AM

"We got the latest from the media lines Michael region. A Palestinian man who holds American citizenship has been sentenced by a court in Ramallah to life at hard labor for selling a building in east Jerusalem to a Jewish organization transferring any form of property to Jews is a major crime to the Palestinians. It's believed that some accounts broker the sale of a home in Jerusalem's Old City to a Tarik. Cohen name a group that buys up property. Arab owners are willing to sell in order to preserve the Jewish character of Jerusalem because lives in east Jerusalem and carries in Israel identification card. He's not supposed to be subject to arrest by Palestinian police. Both the US and Israel have demanded that goes release. I'm Michael Friedman, townhall news Jerusalem. News and analysis that the media line dot org and townhall dot com. I'm rich Thomasson. President Trump's pick for attorney general has apparently come around over the years on the question of a southern border. Wall bar was attorney general under president George H W Bush in one thousand nine hundred eighty two he was asked in a TV interview what he thought about the idea of building fences and ditches along the border to stop illegal immigration bar told the macneil Lehrer news hour, I don't think it's necessary. I think that's overkill to put a barrier from one side of the border to the other. The Justice department says his comments within the past year have shown a hardened approach to immigration more in line with the president's views. President Trump wants bar to return as attorney general to replace the ousted Jeff Sessions nomination, which would require congressional approval. Jackie quinn. Washington siding, what they consider at you Israel bias, the US and Israel of quit the UN's educational scientific and cultural agency more on these stories at townhall. Dot com. This is Dave Ramsey. You're listening to integrity radio W. I N t thirteen thirty AM one zero one point five FM.

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"palestinian police" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

01:39 min | 2 years ago

"palestinian police" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"President's people around the world are marking the Christmas holiday. Bells rang in Bethlehem. From around the world converged on the church of the Nativity here in Bethlehem to visit the ancient grotto where tradition says Jesus was born Dina brisk came from Cincinnati realizing and imagining that two thousand years ago Jesus was born here. It's amazing security was tight as Palestinian police with assault rifles patrolled the streets. Robert Berger CBS news Bethlehem hundreds of thousands of federal workers that were spending their Christmas. Hoping the partial government shutdown will end soon. CBS news correspondent Natalie brand says President Trump is not optimistic. I can't tell you what the government is going to be open. I can tell you. It's not gonna be open until we have a wall fence, whatever they'd like to call a President Trump offered. No hint of when the government shutdown could come to an end, claiming thousands of government employees working without pay understand. They want border security the people of this country border security. The president's spoke to reporters after calling troops to wish them a merry Christmas. President Trump says he has confidence in Treasury Secretary. Steven Mnuchin calling him a very talented guy and very smart person. Mnuchin had made phone calls to top banking officials asking you about their financial situations, which helped sink the stock market an eight year old boy from Guatemala died in government custody in New Mexico marking the second death of an immigrant child in detention this month officials say.

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"palestinian police" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

05:52 min | 2 years ago

"palestinian police" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Santa clarita we lead local live on the kfi twenty four hour newsroom i'm michael japan coming from brian suits kfi bomb out of them dark secret place with brian suits on kfi am six forty more stimulating dark secret place our number two brian sits in here with your weekly weekly look at the world melting down and later on this hour we'll get into the real reason that nato exists you're you're hearing phrases like delinquent payments and paying their fair share of cetera so we'll we'll get into what exactly nato is and who has to pay what a little bit also with a little bit of looking as it turns out you can discover where north korea has been secretly enriching uranium all this time and they were not about to admit where it was and this is further proof that as it turns out they have no intention of denuclearizing anything we'll get to that but first of all earlier today sundown on chabad sabbath chabad begins at sundown friday in israel and it ends at sundown around sundown saturday what what happened yesterday was that a group of palestinian infiltrators keep in mind in gaza hamas a terrorist organization actually is the government and they have been trying to become relevant in worldwide media for the past four months because they've noticed that they they've lost relevance specifically in the world because between the syrian civil war and demonstrations in iran where iranians are wondering why are we paying a moss money that could be going towards are literally literally our daily bread here in iran so hamas have been looking for other sources of revenue specifically from their traditional european sources and in order to do that you have to i by the way understand that hamas makes nothing they been the israelis got out of gaza ten years ago hamas took over there not a government in any actual rational productive sense gaza makes nothing the only product that they make our corpses as you've heard me say ad infinitum they they produce corpses of young people but they're only worth worthwhile if they're photographed and put on the front page of the european newspaper so they've been trying a couple of different things these last few months you return i mean probably do you remember the return movement return with honor two months ago where they were rushing the israeli border and keep in mind that the the gaza israeli border is a officially international border gaza is not a occupied israelis zone like the west bank the west bank is is run by tom and the palestinian authority and it is patrolled by these really defense forces israeli police as well as palestinian police primarily palestinian police but gaza is one hundred percent palestinian so it's treated like a sovereign country so what we saw a month and a half ago was when a bunch of military age men start charging the israeli border and pulling down barbed wire and bulldozing berms and all that these rallies treat it like what it is it's an invasion and so they used live ammunition like you would if you were being invaded and a bunch of palestinian men were killed military age and the hamas security forces admitted that like thirty five of the forty dad were actually employees of the hamas military wing so the immediate effect of this was that hamas had to pay death benefits to thirty plus families like immediately they had to pay these death benefits at the funerals which happened the day of an individual's death in the muslim world well because hamas missed a bunch of payments the second third and fourth days participation began to dwindle so they had to come up with different tactic because men and young men were not willing to go face rarely bullets if their families were we're not going to be paid a death benefit there were killed so hamas has gone back to the tried and tried and true tactic of shooting homemade unguided rockets at israel so here's what happened twenty four hours ago a group of terrorists tried to infiltrate israel when they were challenged by the israeli defense forces one of them threw a grenade and wounded in israeli officer so the israelis immediately retaliated with air power f16's dropped bombs on previously identified hamas tunnels similar infiltration tunnels that go from gaza into the egyptian control of sinai or suspected tunnels that go into israel and most importantly some of the underground factories where the engineers make these homemade rockets out of pipe they make stabilising fans and i'm doing air fingers when i say that so the israelis mowed the lawn basically and and took care of.

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"palestinian police" Discussed on WPRO 630AM

WPRO 630AM

02:15 min | 2 years ago

"palestinian police" Discussed on WPRO 630AM

"John batchelor this is the john batchelor show bruce hoffman's new book is anonymous soldiers the struggle for israel nineteen seventeen thousand nineteen forty seven it's especially informed by records from the british mandate from the c i d the criminal investigation division and december of thirtyseven a man sir charles taggart arrives to take control of the palestine police force which is always undermanned he remakes the c i d department because it has been very very difficult to counterattack with poor intelligence and poor operatives and he built something called the tiger for what are those bruce and how are they used still in existence today and if you visit israel and parts of palestine you can see that basically they were meant to be all encompassing police barracks where the police could easily defend themselves if they were attacked but also could use that as a base to project force to go out on patrol and attempt to pacify the country so it was a means to compensate for the lack of manpower by situating these t guard fortresses basically at all the key points of communication throughout what was then palestine in other words vital crossroads next to important bridges you know next on the outskirts of cities to sort of prevent marauders troublemakers from entering the city and as i said even to this day there used by the israeli national police and they're are also used by the palestinian police forces so there there's there's there's still in use almost a century later the man who's running who's in charge of the british mandate is watch oh how do you say his name walkout he's recalled in march of nineteen thirty eight because he seen as too easy or too an exact or he's supervised this arab revolt inadequately for everyone and a new man arrived sir harold mcmichael whom we should now have the orchestra come up with villain music he's seen as aloof arrogant petty and he immediately is understood swinging everything toward the arabs why what was what what did what did he believe favoring the arabs would do for the conflict.

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"palestinian police" Discussed on WTMA

WTMA

02:34 min | 2 years ago

"palestinian police" Discussed on WTMA

"Upright africa dot com upright africa dot com i'm john batchelor this is the john batchelor show bruce hoffman's new book is anonymous soldiers the struggle for israel nineteen seventeen is nine hundred forty seven it's especially informed by records from the british mandate from the c i d the criminal investigation division and in december of thirtyseven a man sir charles taggart arrives take control of the palestine police force which is always undermanned he remakes the c i d department because it has been very very difficult to counterattack with poor intelligence and poor operatives any build something called the taggart for what are those bruce and how how are they used still in existence today and if you visit israel and parts of palestine you can see that basically they were meant to be all encompassing police barracks where the police could easily defend themselves if they were attacked but also could use that as a base to project force to go out on patrol and attempt to pacify the country so it was a means to compensate for the lack of manpower by situating these teague art fortresses basically at all the key points of communication throughout what was then palestine in other words vital crossroads next to important bridges you know next on the outskirts of cities to sort of prevent marauders are troublemakers from entering the city and as i said even to this day there used by the israeli national police and they're also used by the palestinian police forces so there there's there's there's still in use almost a century later the man who's running who's in charge of the british mandate is watch how you say his name walkup walk he's recalled in march one thousand nine hundred thirty eight because he's seen as too easy or too an exact or he's supervised this arab revolt inadequately for everyone and a new man arrived sir harold mcmichael whom we should now have the the orchestra come up with villain music he's seen as aloof arrogant petty and he immediately is understood as swinging everything toward.

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"palestinian police" Discussed on Super Station 101

Super Station 101

02:17 min | 2 years ago

"palestinian police" Discussed on Super Station 101

"Hey what's going on man how are you i'm pretty good i i wanted to comment on something you said earlier palestinian police with a broad brush i have a a good friend i grew up with in jackson mississippi he went on to become a police officer he's a husband father i have a close cousin he's also a husband and father i grew up with in homer louisiana so i don't think even my father he works in the federal prison system he's a pretty high ranking officer there i don't think people that servants checks should be painted with broad brush i think what the problem comes in is when people say the system i think people are are kinda that say that kinda starting to notice that whenever there issue with the police officer and there's something in question it seems to be that the officer gets the benefit of the doubt more times than not also something you said right before we went you guys went into the break you say in order to have a functioning society that needs to be justice or you should have anarchy and i was in the military for five years and i know some of the things that i've watched officers do on video is a court marshal offense in eleven was it was a few guys we had that will court martial for some of the things they did overseas to socalled him now fees police are forming some of those same tax on us sixty and what happens is they get rent the court system and with it the jury whether prosecutors or whether it be the joe either they get a slap on the wrist for they don't get twenty seven oh and more often than not thinking back pay or some sort of tension or some sort of fun meet set up to where you guys are a lot of them were set up for for success even after questionable since they may have to meet it so i think that's where the problem comes in a.

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"palestinian police" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:19 min | 3 years ago

"palestinian police" Discussed on KQED Radio

"The holidays that is scheduled to run out on january 19th palestinians took to the streets of bethlehem to protest as the leader of the greek orthodox church of jerusalem arrived he was coming to celebrate christmas on the orthodox christian calendar but isn't peers daniel esturine reports the greek orthodox church is facing criticism for selling property to israeli and jewish buyers palestinians swarmed the motorcade of the greek orthodox patriarch of jerusalem he arrived in bethlehem for orthodox christmas celebrations and made heavy palestinian police protection protesters shouted trader and threw eggs shoes and stones at least one car window was broken the mayor of bethlehem boycotted the arrival ceremony and an official says palestinian authority president mahmoud abbas is boycotting the church leaders traditional christmas dinner it has recently become public that the greek orthodox church quietly sold several church owned properties in jerusalem and israel to israeli and jewish businessmen in recent years the church defends the sales daniel estern npr news jerusalem several hospitals in rebelheld areas of syria have come under attack as the bbc's alan johnston reports an advisor to a coalition of medical charities in syria say direct air strikes on the facilities have intensified over the past ten days mr the bretton gordon believes the strike zone rebel strongholds have been carried out by both the syrian government and its russian allies he said some medical facilities hit in recent days were in the northern province of it live but most ruin the eastern gutu area which lies on the edge of damascus conditions in this besieged enclaves on known to be particularly dyer and mr the britain gordon said more than one hundred twenty five children there needed to be evacuated so they could have lifesaving surgery the bbc's alan johnston reporting japanese media report north korea will likely compete in figure skating at next month's winter olympics in rural south korea reporters quota chang on north korea's representative on the international olympic committee whom they spoke to at the beijing airport he is believed to be heading to switzerland for tuesday's meeting with south korea focusing on olympic participation this is npr from kqed news i'm jeremy siegel allegations of sexual harassment continued.

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"palestinian police" Discussed on NPR News Now

NPR News Now

02:07 min | 3 years ago

"palestinian police" Discussed on NPR News Now

"Live from npr news in washington i'm janine herbst prison and trump pushed back against a new book that claims his aides fear he has mental health issues tweeting today he is quote a very stable genius in an impromptu press conference at the camp david presidential retreat in maryland where trump is meeting with cabinet leaders over issues facing the party including funding the government one component democrats want is funding for the daca program the socalled dreamers brought illegally to the us as children who now want to stay here we also obviously wanted to budget so we went into dhaka and how we're going to do and we hope that we're going to be able to work out an arrangement with the democrats are they get something that they'd like to see happen is something certainly that i'd like to see happen congress approved a short term funding bill just before the holidays that is scheduled to run out on january 19th palestinians took to the streets of bethlehem to protest as the leader of the greek orthodox church of jerusalem arrived he was coming to celebrate christmas on the orthodox christian calendar but isn't here's daniel estern reports the greek orthodox church is facing criticism for selling property to israeli and jewish buyers palestinians swarmed the motorcade of the greek orthodox patriarch of jerusalem he arrived in bethlehem for orthodox christmas celebrations amid heavy palestinian police protection protesters shouted trader and threw eggs shoes and stones at least one car window was broken the mayor of bethlehem boycotted the arrival ceremony and an official says palestinian authority president mahmoud a boss is boycotting the church leaders traditional christmas dinner it has recently become public that the greek orthodox church quietly sold several church own properties in jerusalem and israel to israeli and jewish businessmen in recent years the church defends the sales daniel estern npr news jerusalem several hospitals in rebelheld areas of syria have come under attack as the bbc's alan johnston reports an adviser to a coalition of medical charities in syria say direct air strikes on the facilities have intensified over the past ten days mr the briton gordon believes the astra.

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"palestinian police" Discussed on NPR News Now

NPR News Now

01:52 min | 3 years ago

"palestinian police" Discussed on NPR News Now

"Is facing criticism for selling property to israeli and jewish buyers palestinians warmed the motorcade of the greek orthodox patriarch of jerusalem he arrived in bethlehem for orthodox christmas celebrations amid heavy palestinian police protection protesters shouted trader and threw eggs shoes and stones at least one car window was broken the mayor of bethlehem boycotted the arrival ceremony and an official says palestinian authority president mahmoud abbas is boycotting the church leaders traditional christmas dinner it has recently become public that the greek orthodox church quietly sold several church own properties in jerusalem and israel to israeli and jewish businessmen in recent years the church defends the sales daniel esturine npr news jerusalem this is npr russia's supreme court is upholding a decision that bars opposition leader alexei navarro me from running against president putin in presidential elections in march navarro me was campaign for the presidency for months is calling for a voters strike the team of us women figure skaters who will compete at next month's winter olympics has been named npr's tom goldman reports there the top three finishers at last night's us figure skating championships in california and the olympians are nineteen year old brady to nail the new us champion 24yearold malign a gossioux who finished second at nationals and karen shan eighteen who took third the us championships are an important factor in selecting meal olympic team but not the only one a selection committee also considers a skaters body of work how they've done in other major events over the past year mccaw who selection is a bit of redemption in.

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"palestinian police" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

01:55 min | 3 years ago

"palestinian police" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Scott walker has declared a state of emergency and could no shirt racine and walworth counties senate majority leader mitch mcconnell says he will delay consideration of health care legislation to repeal and replace obamacare this after senator john mccain's office disclosed these undergone i surgery to remove a bloodclot above his left eye mccain's absence would leave republicans short of votes on their legislature should french president emmanuel macron for his called for new israeli palestinian police talks are due talks to create new independent states after meeting with israeli prime minister benjamin netanyahu micron said everything should be done so that negotiations restart with the aim of reaching a two state solution as the the international community has long sought chicago police are looking for the gunman behind the fatal shooting of a community activist on the far south side this weekend will give willie cooper operated of nonprofit that provided jobs disolve site teenagers members of the community were cooper work were shocked by this killing donovan price says he i met cooper when he was a little boy there's so many stories of of of hindu ended makeni him painful funerals of the people people to go to school whatever anybody ever anybody needed lycee cooper was shot with an assault rifle as he walked near his office and one of chicago's most popular neighborhoods is facing a decline in population as violence escalates years wg and susan burqas chicago's often neighborhood home to nearly one hundred eighteen thousand people in the year two thousand has seen its population dropped to ninety seven thousand six hundred according to census information collected between 2011 and 2015 as of july thirteen air been two hundred fifty eight shooting gained fortyfour homicides overall chicago is the only city of the country's ten largest to lose population.

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