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Clashes erupt again near flashpoint Jerusalem holy site

AP News Radio

00:52 sec | Last month

Clashes erupt again near flashpoint Jerusalem holy site

"There there there there have have have have been been been been more more more more clashes clashes clashes clashes between between between between Israeli Israeli Israeli Israeli police police police police and and and and Palestinians Palestinians Palestinians Palestinians around around around around the the the the al al al al Aqsa Aqsa Aqsa Aqsa mosque mosque mosque mosque in in in in Jerusalem Jerusalem Jerusalem Jerusalem I'm I'm I'm I'm Ben Ben Ben Ben Thomas Thomas Thomas Thomas with with with with the the the the latest latest latest latest the the the unrest unrest unrest erupted erupted erupted after after after Israeli Israeli Israeli police police police entered entered entered the the the hilltop hilltop hilltop compound compound compound to to to secure secure secure the the the spot spot spot for for for Jewish Jewish Jewish visitors visitors visitors to to to snow snow snow the the the site site site as as as the the the Temple Temple Temple Mount Mount Mount their their their holiest holiest holiest the the the Aqsa Aqsa Aqsa mosque mosque mosque also also also ranks ranks ranks as as as the the the third third third holiest holiest holiest site site site in in in Islam Islam Islam and and and has has has often often often been been been a a a flashpoint flashpoint flashpoint for for for violence violence violence police police police accused accused accused Palestinians Palestinians Palestinians of of of stockpiling stockpiling stockpiling stones stones stones the the the anticipation anticipation anticipation of of of more more more clashes clashes clashes Palestinian Palestinian Palestinian medical medical medical officials officials officials say say say seventeen seventeen seventeen Palestinians Palestinians Palestinians were were were wounded wounded wounded just just just two two two days days days after after after similar similar similar confrontations confrontations confrontations at at at the the the site site site this this this year year year the the the Muslim Muslim Muslim holy holy holy month month month of of of Ramadan Ramadan Ramadan and and and the the the weeklong weeklong weeklong Jewish Jewish Jewish Passover Passover Passover are are are occurring occurring occurring at at at the the the same same same time time time bringing bringing bringing thousands thousands thousands of of of visitors visitors visitors to to to Jerusalem Jerusalem Jerusalem I'm I'm I'm Ben Ben Ben Thomas Thomas Thomas

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Israeli troops shoot Palestinian near Bethlehem

AP News Radio

00:47 sec | Last month

Israeli troops shoot Palestinian near Bethlehem

"The the the the Palestinian Palestinian Palestinian Palestinian health health health health ministry ministry ministry ministry says says says says Israeli Israeli Israeli Israeli forces forces forces forces have have have have shot shot shot shot and and and and killed killed killed killed a a a a Palestinian Palestinian Palestinian Palestinian man man man man near near near near the the the the city city city city of of of of Bethlehem Bethlehem Bethlehem Bethlehem in in in in the the the the occupied occupied occupied occupied west west west west bank bank bank bank the the the the confrontation confrontation confrontation confrontation is is is is the the the the latest latest latest latest in in in in a a a a growing growing growing growing wave wave wave wave of of of of violence violence violence violence during during during during the the the the Islamic Islamic Islamic Islamic holy holy holy holy month month month month of of of of Ramadan Ramadan Ramadan Ramadan the the the the Israeli Israeli Israeli Israeli ministry ministry ministry ministry says says says says it it it it opened opened opened opened fire fire fire fire late late late late on on on on Sunday Sunday Sunday Sunday a a a a man man man man throwing throwing throwing throwing a a a a firebomb firebomb firebomb firebomb at at at at an an an an Israeli Israeli Israeli Israeli vehicle vehicle vehicle vehicle driving driving driving driving on on on on the the the the west west west west bank bank bank bank highway highway highway highway killing killing killing killing him him him him the the the the shooting shooting shooting shooting races races races races to to to to four four four four the the the the number number number number of of of of Palestinians Palestinians Palestinians Palestinians killed killed killed killed in in in in the the the the last last last last twenty twenty twenty twenty four four four four appeared appeared appeared appeared among among among among them them them them an an an an unarmed unarmed unarmed unarmed woman woman woman woman who who who who was was was was shot shot shot shot and and and and killed killed killed killed at at at at a a a a military military military military checkpoint checkpoint checkpoint checkpoint near near near near Bethlehem Bethlehem Bethlehem Bethlehem Israel Israel Israel Israel has has has has stepped stepped stepped stepped up up up up its its its its military military military military activity activity activity activity in in in in the the the the west west west west bank bank bank bank of of of of the the the the Palestinian Palestinian Palestinian Palestinian assailants assailants assailants assailants kill kill kill kill fourteen fourteen fourteen fourteen Israelis Israelis Israelis Israelis in in in in four four four four deadly deadly deadly deadly attacks attacks attacks attacks inside inside inside inside Israel Israel Israel Israel recently recently recently recently I'm I'm I'm I'm Charles Charles Charles Charles the the the the last last last last month month month month

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 Palestinians vandalize West Bank shrine as tensions soar

AP News Radio

00:10 sec | Last month

Palestinians vandalize West Bank shrine as tensions soar

"To to to heightened heightened heightened tensions tensions tensions speaking speaking speaking to to to his his his cabinet cabinet cabinet Israeli Israeli Israeli prime prime prime minister minister minister Naftali Naftali Naftali Bennett Bennett Bennett foes foes foes that that that Israel Israel Israel is is is going going going on on on the the the offensive offensive offensive to to to tackle tackle tackle Palestinian Palestinian Palestinian attacks attacks attacks I'm I'm I'm the the the only only only Shannon Shannon Shannon Israeli Israeli Israeli troops troops troops kill kill kill an an an unarmed unarmed unarmed Palestinian Palestinian Palestinian woman woman woman in in in the the the west west west bank bank bank as as as tensions tensions tensions continue continue continue to to to escalate escalate escalate during during during Ramadan Ramadan Ramadan the the the Israeli Israeli Israeli army army army shot shot shot the the the woman woman woman at at at a a a military military military checkpoint checkpoint checkpoint near near near Bethlehem Bethlehem Bethlehem after after after she she she was was was asked asked asked to to to stop stop stop and and and ignored ignored ignored warning warning warning shots shots shots that that that came came came after after after Palestinian Palestinian Palestinian militant militant militant was was was killed killed killed by by by the the the Israeli Israeli Israeli army army army for for for his his his part part part in in in the the the deadly deadly deadly shooting shooting shooting in in in Tel Tel Tel Aviv Aviv Aviv earlier earlier earlier this this this week week week hundreds hundreds hundreds

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Israeli forces kill Palestinian attacker after manhunt

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | Last month

Israeli forces kill Palestinian attacker after manhunt

"Israeli Israeli Israeli Israeli security security security security forces forces forces forces say say say say they they they they have have have have killed killed killed killed a a a a Palestinian Palestinian Palestinian Palestinian man man man man who who who who opened opened opened opened fall fall fall fall into into into into a a a a crowded crowded crowded crowded bar bar bar bar in in in in central central central central Tel Tel Tel Tel Aviv Aviv Aviv Aviv and and and and killed killed killed killed two two two two people people people people the the the the shooting shooting shooting shooting took took took took place place place place in in in in a a a a bar bar bar bar on on on on a a a a sexual sexual sexual sexual for for for for a a a a fact fact fact fact that that that that has has has has seen seen seen seen other other other other attacks attacks attacks attacks over over over over the the the the years years years years Thursday Thursday Thursday Thursday night night night night is is is is the the the the beginning beginning beginning beginning of of of of the the the the Israeli Israeli Israeli Israeli weekend weekend weekend weekend on on on on the the the the area area area area was was was was packed packed packed packed with with with with people people people people in in in in the the the the various various various various bars bars bars bars and and and and restaurants restaurants restaurants restaurants Israel Israel Israel Israel says says says says the the the the attack attack attack attack was was was was tracked tracked tracked tracked down down down down off off off off to to to to an an an an overnight overnight overnight overnight manhunt manhunt manhunt manhunt and and and and killed killed killed killed in in in in an an an an exchange exchange exchange exchange of of of of fire fire fire fire near near near near a a a a mosque mosque mosque mosque it it it it was was was was the the the the fourth fourth fourth fourth day day day day of of of of the the the the attack attack attack attack in in in in Israel Israel Israel Israel by by by by Palestinians Palestinians Palestinians Palestinians he he he he listened listened listened listened three three three three weeks weeks weeks weeks and and and and came came came came at at at at a a a a time time time time of of of of heightened heightened heightened heightened tensions tensions tensions tensions around around around around the the the the start start start start of of of of the the the the Islamic Islamic Islamic Islamic holy holy holy holy month month month month of of of of Ramadan Ramadan Ramadan Ramadan I'm I'm I'm I'm Charles Charles Charles Charles Taylor Taylor Taylor Taylor this this this this month month month month

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"ramadan" Discussed on The Mad Mamluks

The Mad Mamluks

05:21 min | Last month

"ramadan" Discussed on The Mad Mamluks

"All right. Okay, Andrew Tate. He is a guy who came on the dean show recently. So people who don't remember Andrew Tate and rotate, like tater tots, tater tots, yeah. He is kind of a men's rights activist. And he came on the dean show with super big channel for former kickboxer. He was a kickboxer. Yeah. Former KPop champion, actually. Based out of Chicago, good friend of she hammer. I thought you know he told me, he came on the dean show with him. Yeah, yeah, but by the way, just so you know, is from Chicago too. Yeah, yeah, but yeah, but that's what I thought. He got confused thinking that he thought you were saying he was from the end you take. I don't know the guy. So undertake came on the dean show and he's a bit promote proponent of Islam. He's seeing all kinds of amazing things..

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"ramadan" Discussed on From Scratch

From Scratch

07:34 min | 11 months ago

"ramadan" Discussed on From Scratch

"I'm jessica harris. This is from scratch. My guest is mark ramadan. Co-founder of sir kensington. A ketchup company mark and his co founder. Scott norton thought. Why shouldn't there be a gourmet alternative to heinz ketchup and started tinkering with recipes in their off campus apartment while they were students at brown university. Sir kensington was launched in two thousand ten and the product is available in stores throughout the united states including williams sonoma dean and deluca and whole foods. The product is also available in more than five hundred restaurants and hotels. Sir kensington also makes other condiments including mustard and mayo. Welcome thank you. Thanks for having me. I'd like to start in september. Two thousand four with an article written in the new yorker magazine by malcolm. Glad well called the catch-up conundrum. Basically the gist of it was that while. Mustards enjoyed a variety of flavors and various companies. Made them catch up. Could not share that same diversity. Only hines head kind of this. Perfect blend of sweetness and sourness and bitterness and saltiness. In addition to mouth feel which is called. Mommy can you tell me about your first encounter with that article. Yeah we had this idea of catch up long after that article came out. We didn't read it in two thousand four. We were in high school and we weren't highbrow enough and we had this idea when we were seniors in college in two thousand eight. Two thousand seven two thousand eight. The article is brought to our attention. We read it and we thought it was very interesting. I think in many ways the food world is very different than where it wasn't two thousand four in two thousand four shabani didn't exist. Coconut water didn't exist in america and so many things have changed since then so when we were reading it. We had a very different perspective on. What's possible we thought that he made a lot of great points around. Product catch is a very nostalgic flavor. The mouth feel like you said. Those things are really innate in people what stood out to us is that there wasn't a lot of discussion around brand whereas great coupon really has a fantastic brand was he. He mentioned it. Sort of a breakout star of the mustard category. There weren't we didn't really perceive there to be a lot of ketchup brands. That doing something interesting in the same way. He talks about this concept amplitude which basically is a balance of flavors. And that hines had high amplitude. And i have admit something embarrassing. Which is that. Article came out a month before i was married and i thought when i was giving a speech at my wedding what am i going to say and i used his concept of amplitude about my husband in my wedding speech. Perfect completely perfect. You know amplitude is president everything that we eat everything. We consume right. It's sort of in the way that it's talked about in the article. It's sort of how. How intense can the flavors in how. How often do you want to keep going back to that flavor. Or how long does it take you to get tired of it. And i think coca cola has a lot of that has a lot of amplitude. You don't taste one thing in coke you taste many things and so for me. Having something that has high amplitude means it's balance the article wasn't the germ or the inspiration for you to launch the company. How did you get the idea to start at the ketchup company while you were at brown. Yeah well the legendary answer is That we were reading about cer- kensington in history class. And he was a part of the british aristocracy and quite a cooling air and there was a long loss recipe that he had helped develop after he went to a dinner party at the home of catherine the great and he was served a catch up that was subpar so we needed to make his own and we brought that back to life. The real story is that we had the idea to start the company just in the course of normal conversations around food. I mean we're both I have a lebanese and british family. He has an armenian family and so there was always cooking going on growing up and lots of family feasts and food was always a very central part of our lives. But we were both econ majors so we were always talking about food ideas and ways to survive the intersection there and we were just saying how weird it was that if you go to the grocery store you're overwhelmed with choice you know whether it's cereal yogurt or salsa or milk but in this one category that is in ninety seven percent of american homes. We didn't think there was any choice by the way we talk about hines as this. You know behemoth incumbent But henry hinds was a maverick of sorts you know. In the late nineteenth century there was a preservative in ketchup called benzoate and he contended that this was actually Not good for your health. And he replaced the preservative with vinegar. Basically pickling the tomatoes and he won out but it was because of his moxie that hines was born. I i mean. The story of asia hangs is incredible. And if you we're lucky that we don't live in in the world of the late nineteenth century the food world was scary. I mean before truth in advertising laws and before it sort of consumer protection that people were putting all sorts of stuff and food making all sorts of claims and food was in general not super safe in a shea. Hines was really one of the first entrepreneurs to take food safety very seriously and that was the origin of the glass bottle. Which was he wanted to make sure people knew that he was proud to show what was inside. And so i think that resonates with us hines is this iconic americana brand and you sought out to do something distinctly different by making this absurdly highbrow making fun of yourself but foodie oriented condiment when we say that you tinkered with recipes during college. Tell me more about that. Yeah so it was the spring semester of our senior year. Neither of us were writing any sort of thesis so we had plenty of time and we just started googling ketchup recipes and we had really no cooking background at all i think at mosaic cooked pasta in college and scott probably less than that but he had an off campus apartment with his stove. Catch up to make it. When theory and practice it was extremely difficult. We didn't even have aprons. So we cut up trash bags to use his aprons. We didn't have proper gloves. We used admits you know. We didn't really we didn't have any pot than a saucepan. So it took us weeks and weeks and i think that off. Campus apartments still smells like tomatoes and we developed eight different recipes that we thought were pretty good and we hosted a series of tasting parties with our friends and our first tasting party was the night of the biggest blizzard that brown had seen in years but people showed up with snow pants under their dresses and and they helped us tastes all these ketchups and give us their feedback. What is kensington kiss. so kensington. Kiss was the result of not having proper protection while cooking catch up. We didn't have you know the right aprons gloves or whatever so. A kensington kisses. What we called the burn marks on our skin when the hot tomato ketchup would boil off and splatter all over us so this is senior year of college and you both went off to do different things. Prior to starting the company you worked at mckinsey in new york after graduation and scott went on this bicycle ride throughout the middle eastern europe. At what point did you come back to this idea of. Starting the company as we were graduating the idea was sort of what we thought was coming to a close. We mean to formula that we thought were great. We had to be launched party. Sold all the jars we made and that was going to be it but we had a lot of friends who were saying. This is a cool idea..

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Climbing the Charts with Omar Esa

TMV Podcast

03:04 min | 1 year ago

Climbing the Charts with Omar Esa

"Salama example. Hating haydn. I feel like with ramadan recordings and this was going to go after the holy month. That people are going to be back up today. Usual kind of energy levels. But it's a bit draining and we're coming to discussing becomes at the end of the month exactly Time has flown. But for me at least like my my my mental capacity times inability to like get the words out find difficult. It's difficult. I'll go on office at home. So i'm trying to do work and i just get so lazy. Yeah and i wanna scientists literally start you literally falling to see more when you. I don't know why that is recommended. Actors all right even even seafood about one hundred eighty nine. We'll we'll take again. I'm in terms of the context of this conversation. I think there's there's a lot of different things we can talk about But i for me. The most significant thing that people might have seen very recently. Is that your most recent album. Yep or did all you'll be very well on launch and and made it to the the fourth spot on the june charts and not like the issue chance now. I like the the everything charge. I remember it was around the time that diem. Mx had passed away. And i remember when i was looking like the mx his greatest hits because normally when someone dies yeah they greatest hits to number one exactly but it was all maurice number four and then the mx his number five. What what did you do. How did this happen. I'm answering one of other things. I'd is that it's a vocal only album as well off of your tracks of oklahoma. So it's i guess very different from from everything else in the in the chart. What the hell happened. you know. it's all thanks. Are less panel. Darla actually peaked at number three hundred so what it did was that. I don't know to be honest. You microlight our. I don't have a an independent recording is so there's not many But has no report labels for vocal only the sheet artists and i. She's vocals anyway literally just my vocals and it was. It was crazy. Like i remember having a chat on the on the phone. You you said to me that happened. I what was like a Now there's no campaign it's put out. I've been working on it for two years the album. It's my best body of work. So i was confident in it. You know In the body of work. And i remember it was friday and it hit the number one spot on the choose chart and then in the evening call from a friend and he goes know your number fully on the main char and what so when and i went wrong number four you there and then it just brought his kept growing from there. It's a video lope asking people to support me and people on the you know the the brothers and sisters Came together support me and yeah it was a it was. It was

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Gaza Strip: The Untold Story Behind the Horror

Not Another Mum Pod

02:25 min | 1 year ago

Gaza Strip: The Untold Story Behind the Horror

"We're discussing was in everybody's hot. Palestine throughout ramadan tensions were rising palestinians were being restricted in exiting mustard alexa. The third holiest site muslims. Meanwhile israeli settlers were forcibly removing palestinians from their homes in jarrah in east jerusalem on the twenty seventh nineteen ramadan. The holiest night in the holiest month. Israeli troops storm to mustard alexa third-holiest site for muslims while announcing billions were in frustration. Praying to god in the most vulnerable positions alexa on their worshippers. Were attacked using tear-gas gun quarter rubber-coated bullets and shot grenades since then after seven days of bombardment at least two hundred thirty. Two palestinians have lost their lives including sixty five children. One thousand civilians have been injured. Nine hundred thousand displaced on the israeli side at the time of recording this podcast twelve people including two children have died. Although these rarely government has now declared a ceasefire effective in the early hours of this morning documentation continues undecided. However tensions are already rising again. I mean. we don't even know if sweden is going to be able to join the call today a couple of days ago we had this podcast sheduled witness in and she was a nine and then after a few minutes she disappeared and it was radio silent. We didn't hear back from her and tasanai couldn't sleep a wink that night worrying wondering if she was okay and what happened to a hamdala. The next day received a message that the internet connection had been very bad since the beginning of the israeli aggression and in our own world. She said it was due to the israeli fighter. Jets that kept bombing the signal towers affecting her to a good internet network on top of all this where also witnessing so much injustice from the attack to the media whitewashing and the blanket statement of silence or indifference from the world. does it's just disheartening to say the least in. And if he's a really is media bias. I mean they just kept justifying the attacks by saying hamas attacking rockets masa inside buildings and i kept thinking of the old man in gaza with a placard that read you. Take my water ben. My olive trees destroy my house. Take my job still. My land imprison my father killed. My mother bombard my country stall vessel. Humiliate us all i am to blame. I shot a rock back yet. That really really puts it into context and inter perspective.

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What to Know About Gaza's Rocket Arsenal

BBC Newsday

01:11 min | 1 year ago

What to Know About Gaza's Rocket Arsenal

"The were Palestinian kidnapped from Health Ministry their military says training an Israeli college airstrike in Kaduna on a State, refugee reviving camp memories in Gaza of has the killed abduction at of least the Chibok seven girls people in 2014. and officials said the dead included Legos a woman based and four risk Children analysis who were inside firm is estimated their home that in over the the past HRT 10 years, camp $18 west of Gaza City. million There was no have immediate been paid comment to from recover Israel. people Mercy kidnapped Abou for ransom, Aloof is in But Gaza. it's the first time that places Shortly of worship after have been the targeted. attack Dilemma. Hamas, McCarty the militant is an analyst group with said the Tony that Blair they are fired Institute for about Global Change, 10 rockets where he focuses towards on the Israeli violent extremist city groups off their in Shiva. sub Sahara It's Africa about and 40 joins US kilometers Live llama. away Welcome from to the program. Gaza, and he said. Thank In you the for having recent me rocket these we require abductions in of the retaliation mosque. First of all, for what the more killing is known off about the them. innocents. Civilians, according to Yeah. I a mean, statement these are by the worshippers Hamas on that wing abducted al Cassandra when, gets uh sent to the while BBC. playing in the most, Continuing um bombardment during off Gaza triggered Ramadan, a day it of unrest is mostly across the the occupied West midnight Bank and prayer in east Jerusalem. On independent Friday, at last least 11 10 Palestinians days off Ramadan. were killed in clashes They with Israeli were abducted security forces. from Inside their village Israel about cashes 40 have off continued them between Jews touchy where and Arabs. later Israelis reported in to several have been cities to have in escaped Jaffa to off Arab course. The Children police were have burned said after they their rescued home them, was but petrol residents bombs. said no There no were also one has protests to prosecute on the us. borders off We Jordan escaped and by

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For Muslims in America, Eid al-Fitr comes as pandemic eases

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | 1 year ago

For Muslims in America, Eid al-Fitr comes as pandemic eases

"For Muslims in America the eat holiday comes as the pandemic eases the holiday marks the end of the sacred month of Ramadan when Muslims abstain from food and drink from sunrise to sunset traditionally people gather for prayers visit family and friends and huddled together around festive meals but for those in America even as the observe iris precautions this year's eve comes as the pandemic eases its grip on the country it's a contrast with many other countries who are celebrating the holiday in a subdued mood for a second year under pandemic restrictions I Walter Ratliff

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Understanding the Israel-Hamas Conflict

WSJ What's News

02:04 min | 1 year ago

Understanding the Israel-Hamas Conflict

"In israel. The death toll is rising as fighting between israel and hamas intensifies last night israeli. Prime minister benjamin. Netanyahu said that he would be sending in the military and border police across the country to restore order as communal violence. Spread within israel's borders at the same time among those in the midst of the violence are arab israelis are the descendants of palestinians who remained in israel after the nine hundred forty eight war that established the country. We want to take a closer look at the genes of this. Most recent conflict the efforts to quell the violence. And how all of this plays into the overall security of the region joining me from tel aviv. Is w j reporter. Felicia schwartz felicia. I'm glad we could connect with you fall for horrible so felicia over time. We know there has been tension between israel and hamas. We've seen three war since hamas seized control of the gaza strip in two thousand seven. The most recent tension dates back to the spring of twenty. Eighteen came after president. Trump recognize jerusalem as israel's capital. Explain to me what's happening now. That's prompting this violence that we're seeing today so among us decided to become a part of these long simmering tensions in jerusalem that sort of exploded around ramadan this year and around the same time. There is a looming decision on a court case about whether to evict palestinians from a sort of strategically situated neighborhood in east jerusalem. There were demonstrations there. They spread to the mosque. One of the holiest sites in islam. Israeli police had pretty heavy handed. Response there to some people who are bringing rocks and fireworks to the compound and there were these very violent confrontations between police and worshippers. Police were using stun grenades rubber bullets. There were a lot of injuries. There

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Conflict Between Israel and Palestinians Continues to Escalate

BBC Newsday

01:41 min | 1 year ago

Conflict Between Israel and Palestinians Continues to Escalate

"In Israel have appealed for calm after a wave of street violence between Jews and Arabs. Israelis that's being triggered by the conflict with Gaza President Reuven Rivlin described outbreaks of writing as senseless civil war. Video of an Arab driver being dragged from his car and beaten by Jewish extremists in Tel Aviv has calls particular outrage in Gaza. Palestinian civilians have started marking eat with Israeli drones and warplanes still flying overhead. At least 67. Palestinians and seven people in Israel have been killed since fighting began on Monday from Jerusalem. His Jeremy Bone For Palestinians. It felt like the longest and most difficult night in Gaza since the last war with Israel in 2014, BBC colleague who lives there, said the sound of explosions from his radio's strikes. Times drowned out the sound of press to Mark Eedle fitter, the festival that marks the end of the month of Ramadan. It was also a difficult night for his radio civilians within rocket range of Gaza who have bean in shelters. Communal violence has spread to towns in Israel with a mixed Arab Jewish population 20% of Israeli citizens. Palestinian Arabs. This week is showing again how tension in Jerusalem can ignite violence. It's also shown that the conflict between Jews and Arabs is as bitter as ever with a new generation. Feeling anger, grief and hopelessness on for some hatred.

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Israel Steps up Gaza Offensive, Kills Senior Hamas Figures

THE NEWS with Anthony Davis

01:56 min | 1 year ago

Israel Steps up Gaza Offensive, Kills Senior Hamas Figures

"I'm anthony davis israel on wednesday pressed ahead with a fierce military offensive in the gaza strip killing as many as ten senior hamas military figures and toppling a pair of high rise towers housing hamas facilities in a series of s strikes. The islamic militant group showed no signs of backing down and fired hundreds of rockets that rayleigh cities in just three days. This latest round of fighting between the bitter enemies has already begun to resemble and even exceed a devastating fifty day war in two thousand fourteen like that previous war. Neither side appears to have an exit strategy but there are key differences. The fighting has triggered the worst. Jewish arab violence inside. Israel in decades and looming in the background is an international war crimes investigation. Israel carried out an intense barrage of airstrikes just after sunrise striking dozens of targets in several minutes that set off bone rattling explosions across gaza. Strikes continued throughout the day filling the sky with pillars of smoke at nightfall. The streets of gaza city resembled a ghost town as people huddled indoors on the final nights of ramadan. The evening is usually a time. A vibrant nightlife shopping and crowded restaurants. Gaza militants continued to bombard israel with nonstop rocket fiber throughout the day. The attacks brought life to a standstill in southern communities near gaza but also reached as far north as the tel aviv area. About forty five miles to the north for a second straight day. Gaza's health ministry said the death toll rose to sixty five palestinians including sixteen children and five women. Islamic jihad confirmed the deaths of

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Islamic nations discuss Middle East violence

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 1 year ago

Islamic nations discuss Middle East violence

"The stones prime minister has announced Israel's use of force against Palestinians during the fasting month of Ramadan it went on Khan says he's almost his foreign minister to contact his Turkish and Saudi counterparts to discuss how to collectively respond earlier Pakistan's foreign minister urged the world community to take notice of Israel's force against innocent Palestinian worshipers on the discussion is whether Pakistan Saudi and Turkish officials should convene the organization of Islamic cooperation a group of Islamic countries okay stone is one of the few countries that have no diplomatic relations with Israel I'm Charles the last month

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Rockets Over Jerusalem: Israeli-Palestinian Violence

The Economist: The Intelligence

01:45 min | 1 year ago

Rockets Over Jerusalem: Israeli-Palestinian Violence

"Yesterday. In the worst outbreak violence in years the palestinian militant group hamas fired more than two hundred rockets towards jerusalem before israel responded with airstrikes on gaza health officials. There say twenty four people including nine children were killed prime minister. Benjamin netanyahu said israel does not seek escalation but whoever chooses to escalate will feel the weight of arm. I moved on holy among the conflict. Follow the annual jerusalem. Day march by jewish nationalist which commemorates israel's catch of east jerusalem in one thousand nine hundred sixty seven stadiums see as a provocation. The atmosphere. this year was worse than normal. After a weekend of protests in which nearly three hundred palestinians and more than a dozen israeli police officers were injured. Thousands of worshippers gathered aksa mosque saturday. The holiest night of ramadan but police blocked busloads of muslims on their way to the mosque. Citing unrest in the neighbouring shake. Jared street over a court ruling on the possible eviction of palestinian families from their homes. Now tensions boiled over the un security council cheddar urgent meeting but failed to issue a statement while international leaders. Such as america's secretary of state. Antony lincoln appealed for calm focused on the situation in israel west bank gaza very deeply concerned about the rocket attacks that we're seeing now that need to stop stop immediately

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Rocket Barrages Hit Israel From Gaza, Sirens Sound in Jerusalem

Monocle 24: The Briefing

01:18 min | 1 year ago

Rocket Barrages Hit Israel From Gaza, Sirens Sound in Jerusalem

"Later today. Israel's capture of east jerusalem in the six day war of nine hundred sixty seven will be commemorated as usual by the annual jerusalem day flag march on the basis of the last few days. It is difficult to imagine it. Going altogether smoothly. Hundreds of palestinian demonstrators and dozens of israeli police have been injured in several days of disturbances around palestinian protests against threatened evictions. The violence has spread to haifa romolo. I'm the always hypersensitive site of the alexa mosque. In the temple. Mount compound in jerusalem's old city. Joining me with more on this from tel aviv is alison kaplan saw a journalist at haaretz alison first of all to the disturbances. We've seen over the last few days. How significant do they seem. I guess local standards. They seem very significant. We haven't had anything this violent and this large in several years really time will tell if this is going to be a long term problem but right now you know. We're focused on this. The celebration of ramadan coinciding with jerusalem date which is also always very provocative time of year. But i would say that we haven't seen anything on the scale. In in many years. In scott israel very concerned

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Jerusalem Tension Triggers Gaza-Israel Fire Exchange

News, Traffic and Weather

00:44 sec | 1 year ago

Jerusalem Tension Triggers Gaza-Israel Fire Exchange

"Almost every hour last night between 11 P.m. and six a.m., Gaza militants firing rockets and response. ABC is Jordana Miller in Jerusalem reporting Israel Defense forces are bracing for more violence. Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu says he's ordered the idea of to prepare for any scenario, raising the possibility of an escalation after Israel came under an intense barrage of Gaza rocket fire overnight. Militants firing 36 rocket It's in response to Ramadan. Restrictions here in Jerusalem at the Damascus Gate, six were intercepted by the Iron Dome. Israel carried out Reprisal airstrikes on Hamas military sites so far no injuries on either side. Georgiana Miller ABC NEWS Jerusalem, California teen

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Israeli Police Clash With Palestinian Crowd in Jerusalem

Kim Komando

00:20 sec | 1 year ago

Israeli Police Clash With Palestinian Crowd in Jerusalem

"Israeli police clash with hundreds of Palestinian protesters outside Jerusalem's old city Sunday, firing stun grenades and a water cannon to disperse the crowd. Similar clashes have occurred nightly since the Muslim holy month of Ramadan began. Last week, he said he's old Damascus Gate has been put up barriers to keep away crowds by the Israeli

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Capitol Police Officer William Evans Lies in Honor at Capitol

WBZ Morning News

00:25 sec | 1 year ago

Capitol Police Officer William Evans Lies in Honor at Capitol

"Building that he was hired to protect a ceremony today to honor Massachusetts native William Billy Evans killed in the line of duty when a driver rammed into a security barricade. President Biden and congressional leaders will be there. It follows a similar ceremony for Officer Brian's Technic killed during the capital riot in January. Much different scene this year in the Holy Land. Today is the beginning of Ramadan.

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Muslims Navigate Restrictions in the Second Pandemic Ramadan

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:37 sec | 1 year ago

Muslims Navigate Restrictions in the Second Pandemic Ramadan

"Navigating restrictions during the second pandemic Ramadan last year, the coronavirus upended the routines of Muslims performing the communal rituals associated with Islam sacred month of Ramadan. The month long observance, which begins Tuesday across the Middle East, is associated with fasting, worship and charity. It's when Muslims typically congregate for prayers. Gather around festive meals to break their daylong fast crowd into cafes and exchange visits. But this year, the world has been hit by an intense new coronavirus wave. The regulations vary in different countries. For many Muslims, that means hopes of a better Ramadan than last year have been dashed with the surgeon infection rates.

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"ramadan" Discussed on Chief Yuya: Learn the Calculations, Insights, and the Lifestyle of a Royal Man

Chief Yuya: Learn the Calculations, Insights, and the Lifestyle of a Royal Man

06:49 min | 2 years ago

"ramadan" Discussed on Chief Yuya: Learn the Calculations, Insights, and the Lifestyle of a Royal Man

"Plain and simple But people have been forced into a corner. You know so. Your best mate still comes from where you're from even with all the ugliness. It just means that you have to search harder you have to be more creative more inventive and finding a good one you know but if you have foreign lovers as you know it is what it is. I understand that but it doesn't mean that you know the best meat doesn't mean only me you might have Women at you do with that. You're made it too far. You know foreign but understand the best one is going to be the one that's with you and it's always a sad occurrence when you cannot conjoined with your best mate because of social engineering but anyway so that is our That is tribute. I would say to be a Buba care as well as My Been COBB and You know again closing out this Ramadan. This year And I'm sure for many of you has been a beautiful experience if not at least a learning one. I I- Lisa learning one and I will that You start really thinking strongly about who it is at. You can join within web and move beyond as I've been saying probably foot only since I've been on the Internet ten years or so At least I'm what I see on the Internet. Don't podcasts and whatnot that you move beyond This digital medium will not be here forever. But I will that you know many of you. Won't you like hiding? This is like the movie surrogate. You like hiding your apartments in your house. Where behind the screen? You don't want anybody to see you. I know that you know many of you will be found half eaten by your house pets. You know. That's your what it is but those of you who are have a bit more foresight. I will that you work in do everything you can the to take business from the digital to the analog world because the there's a time coming we will not have such easy access. Don't take it for granted that you will have such easy access all the time to digital once once you finished completely downloading your brain. You thought you likes your angers into social media and you've completely built up that That mind of Yuna Krahn you know It won't really need any more to do anymore down. Won't you won't have anything left? So that's when you access will be restricted. Because he got everything we need to know. You Ain't grown anymore. We've we've developed the algorithm that that we needed to To to develop you know and now we've built brainiac you know so Yeah you can go about your way now and no more free social media so I really just will. That you make the serious efforts anomaly. Create family for those of you who take it seriously and understand it what you need to fix within yourself to be eligible for that you. Demand is not enough honey to be covered or I need a woman S. No so what you know Are you eligible for that? An easily things that you know I knew is leading you and to some of the things this some of it is like the basics is an even deeper stuff But sometimes you need a leader like Abu By care who may be a little more soft target but is able to represent the faith in a very strong way and the teachings because he grew up with the Prophet was. You know I convert you know Arguably but do you need sometimes as strong hand of a Omar. Been to also tell you that. Hey we can't play with you right now. You know the serious things happening series things going on and no one has a time to be sitting here playing with you. You're playing and you're GONNA die because you're playing. But I consider those who are under my steed to be pious and to be faithful and I take that charge seriously into ignore that need or to ignore that responsibility would be of the greatest sin against my deity so there are different people who emerge at different times for different reasons and you have to kind of be in tune with the challenges to not to be able to recognize the solutions. All right so This has been chief. I'M GONNA lead you out with A little meditation that I that I've been with I'm GonNa play for you and we're going to close out but that and maybe it will help you to meditate a little bit just a little Some of you are Kinda toy with music a little bit. No let me not say that. That's disrespectful I'm as false humility Music is very important to me. It's it's a very important part of what I am and what you hear all the time so is actually Sometimes I actually make songs just for me. You know. I'm I make saw most of what I do. Now is for Film you know his muscles to work that I do now but There's a lot of times I make music to my own healing and I made something It might have been twenty twenty eleven Ramadan something like that and I found The foul recently and I was listening to it in as I was meditating and moving around and walking and I said okay maybe I'll share this one all right so I'm going to share this with you all and I will see you for a next podcast. All right so everyone be. Well continued to be wise and You know continue to monitor and pay close attention to what it is and who it is. You are choosing to follow and be subject to all right piece.

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"ramadan" Discussed on AP News

AP News

10:02 min | 2 years ago

"ramadan" Discussed on AP News

"Muslims around the world have begun celebrating Ramadan and meet the new corona virus pandemic Ramadan is usually a festive season with a day long fast followed by lepage meals and evening get togethers but this year many confined to their homes trouble is heavily restricted and public venues like parks malls and even mosques and shut it a key element of Ramadan is charity with the fast partly intended to cultivate empathy for the needy but many countries have imposed bans on communal meals forcing charities to organize home deliveries instead I'm Serra basses

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"ramadan" Discussed on AP News

AP News

10:02 min | 2 years ago

"ramadan" Discussed on AP News

"Muslims around the world have begun celebrating Ramadan and meet the new corona virus pandemic Ramadan is usually a festive season with a day long fast followed by lepage meals and evening get togethers but this year many confined to their homes trouble is heavily restricted and public venues like parks malls and even mosques and shut it a key element of Ramadan is charity with the fast partly intended to cultivate empathy for the needy but many countries have imposed bans on communal meals forcing charities to organize home deliveries instead I'm Serra basses

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"ramadan" Discussed on AP News

AP News

10:02 min | 2 years ago

"ramadan" Discussed on AP News

"Muslims around the world have begun celebrating Ramadan and meet the new corona virus pandemic Ramadan is usually a festive season with a day long fast followed by lepage meals and evening get togethers but this year many confined to their homes trouble is heavily restricted and public venues like parks malls and even mosques and shut it a key element of Ramadan is charity with the fast partly intended to cultivate empathy for the needy but many countries have imposed bans on communal meals forcing charities to organize home deliveries instead I'm Serra basses

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"ramadan" Discussed on AP News

AP News

10:02 min | 2 years ago

"ramadan" Discussed on AP News

"Muslims around the world have begun celebrating Ramadan and meet the new corona virus pandemic Ramadan is usually a festive season with a day long fast followed by lepage meals and evening get togethers but this year many confined to their homes trouble is heavily restricted and public venues like parks malls and even mosques and shut it a key element of Ramadan is charity with the fast partly intended to cultivate empathy for the needy but many countries have imposed bans on communal meals forcing charities to organize home deliveries instead I'm Serra basses

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"ramadan" Discussed on AP News

AP News

10:36 min | 2 years ago

"ramadan" Discussed on AP News

"Muslims are trying to keep the Ramadan spirit amid virus restrictions as Ramadan begins with the new moon later this week Muslims around the world are trying to maintain the cherished rituals of Islam's holiest month without further spreading the outbreak at the heart of Ramadan is the sunrise to sunset fast mid to instill contemplation of god but alongside the hardship of abstaining from food and drink for hours every day the month traditionally sweeps everyone up into a communal spirit but this year many countries have close moss and band evening prayers an exception is Pakistan where influential clerics forced the government to leave mas open throughout the month I'm Walter Ratliff

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"ramadan" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

05:04 min | 2 years ago

"ramadan" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"The first day of Ramadan and the first day of the National Football League draft is Thursday the twenty third your look at traffic and weather good morning still looking after crash delays on four ten eastbound at forty five on the southwest side still a few minutes of delay as approach while I'm here let's talk about patchy fog being reported in the area for the morning commute likely that has an area of low visibility please be careful ten eastbound from four ten over to sixteen oh four for knowledge about five minutes of travel time you're welcome news radio two hundred W. away on mostly cloudy today partly cloudy tomorrow and Thursday today's high around eighty five tomorrow's high near ninety back down around eighty degrees on Thursday there's a decent chance of rain on Thursday and on Friday seventy degrees this morning at W. O. A. I'd talk a lot of mitigation social distancing for lack of throughout the course of the morning and of course coming up in one half hour coronavirus in side the numbers globally nationally statewide and counties in the great state of Texas we will begin back in the day on the day this day the seventh day of April it was nineteen forty and one great American by the name of Booker T. Washington became the first African American pictured on the United States postage stamp lot of you still celebrating this day from nineteen sixty nine when the Supreme Court approved the private possession of obscene materials fifty years ago today in nineteen seventy after starring in over two hundred films John Wayne got his first Oscar and of course was for Best Actor for his role in Crewe gripped thirty three years ago nineteen eighty seven I knew you could white America released their self titled seventh album featuring here I go again and is this love twenty two years ago today in nineteen ninety eight Mary bono the widow of Sonny bono won a special election to serve out the remainder of her husband's congressional term birthdays today include twin brothers tiki and ronde day barber both now retired from the National Football League both today turned forty five actor extraordinaire not are very kind guy Russell Crowe is fifty six buster Douglas the first boxer to ever defeat Mike Tyson became undisputed heavyweight champion of the world in nineteen ninety he turns sixty today he did lose a title ten months later to Evander Holyfield remember Christopher Darden yeah Hammond Marcia Clark and Christopher Darden B. LA prosecutor who failed to convict OJ Simpson today turns sixty four birthday for some guy named Tony door said yeah the university of Pittsburgh NFL hall of Famer Dallas Cowboys Tony Dorsett today is sixty six we're day for Mr Oakes almost John Oates of hall and Oates legend is seventy two Francis Ford Coppola academy award winning Francis Ford Coppola today turns eighty one Wayne Rodgers who played trapper John on the mash television series born on this day in nineteen thirty three we lost trapper John in two thousand fifteen Jim Rockford from the Rockford files best known to your youngsters as the old dude in the notebook James Garner born nineteen twenty eight died two thousand fourteen and today is world health day awareness day celebrated every year under the sponsorship of the World Health Organization heretofore referred to as who who held the first world health assembly in nineteen forty eight it was in nineteen fifty nine that that assembly first decided to celebrate.

"ramadan" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

01:56 min | 2 years ago

"ramadan" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Santini Ramadan price could be back sometime next week I'm not quite sure allegedly he's quarantine right now on a cruise ship on the lido deck as we speak somewhere somewhere in or near Norway that's what we're told you think he's out of the buffet line yet probably so probably so I was checking out one of these global maps and now this map is entitled the one good thing about the economic slowdown as a result of the corona virus scan so that it's a map of our of our air pollution and this map you know weeks ago showed China just covered in yellow and red because of all their air pollution right have over there you see the pictures but the Beijing Olympics yeah for a mask on a normal day right while I'm looking at that map today and the skies are clear over Beijing isn't a phenomenal truly amazing when eighty million people stay put for weeks on end yeah the sky is clear I wonder if there's a climate change story in this is this a way for the AO sees of the world to say yes see we can make a difference everybody stay home and stop working stay home stop working don't touch anyone that's the socialist way that is this once before with a single pretend to pay you and everything will be fine it is eight forty seven and issuing a ticket or making an arrest that is the question that the San Marcos city council is going to try to answer tonight San Marcos city leaders are they're considering a proposed site and release program yeah the city council could decide whether to support this proposal and if so how to enforce it it could mean considering as a resolution or ordinance the city council meeting today San Marcos officials will take a closer look at this program about what basically giving a ticket to some people that commit low level offenses as opposed to locking them up to issue a ticket or make an arrest that's a decision some advocacy groups one San Marcos police officers to weigh fairly when handling what they call low level offenses.

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"ramadan" Discussed on WCPT 820

WCPT 820

04:20 min | 3 years ago

"ramadan" Discussed on WCPT 820

"Round I think his name is Ramadan Abedi was a key figure in the rat line from Manchester to Benghazi he participated in the regime change war in Libya he was a member of the Libyan Islamic fighting group he was given a passport by the MI six which is the foreign weighing of Britain's intelligence services along with all of his buddies and then his son came with them Solomon and someone took an even more extreme is lined with his father he went to Syria for training joined up with ISIS participated with isis in some activities in Libya and then he and his father were rescued on a boat by the Royal Navy rescue they're basically taken back with a one way trip back to Manchester a year later in twenty seventeen Salman Abedi carries out the worst terror attack is in British history I think at a concert of Arianna Grande killing young girls with a nail bombs discussing attack and Jeremy Corbyn you know the leader of the labor party he looks at the facts and he realizes this guy was one of our guys this isn't about Islam this isn't about Libyan immigrants this is about what we have done and what on elected figures it on opaque national security state had done to our society with their cynicism and what one young man who's been placed into war has come back to harvest and he blamed he pointed the finger at the national security state and he said you know foreign in in our foreign policy experts have assured us that these wars were good idea we shouldn't listen to them anymore he was brutally attacked and he went up in the approval ratings he went up in the polls the British public responded to this this is the kind of message we if we hear it from a Bernie Sanders if he's pushed by someone like Tulsi Gabbard I guarantee you he will be rewarded and he needs to be ready for an incident like this in the United States and it and by doing so he can push back against the Islamophobia he can push back against trump who you know as I show in my book use the Orlando pulse massacre up carried out by another young man with very close connections to the FBI he use that to great effect to defeat and embarrass Hillary Clinton into it we totally forgotten about twenty sixteen yeah well there's so much more like that in this book I wish we could talk about it more and perhaps we will at some point and by the way your descriptions of people are sometimes graphic I think you called Charlie Wilson what had alcoholic Bulgarian or something and I've been buys the creature I think you you call them unsightly which caused me to actually look up his pictures on the internet just look at how we were a little rough on him yeah he's on site the Fisher here that he I think he passed a a factor that women have to cover their hands this is the you know Saudi state cleric yeah yeah I know he's one of the worst sort of imposing you know a vision that we have helped them part helped project across the Middle East so it's important to kind of look at these people in a kind of vivid way and you know maybe some of my I'm sorry if I offended followers of bin buys or is it Charlie Wilson well I'm not sure a lot of them will be reading your book the card is anybody's anybody is good for sales and so the book is the management of savagery by Max Blumenthal I encourage folks to read it especially because I've been seeing that some of your book signings and other things have been well one politics and prose politics and prose has postponed my talk under pressure from the Syrian American counselor regime change a lobbying group that was involved in pushing for the war in Syria along with other elements on line that want to bring my book without having ever read it well if we doubled my a desire to have you on the program and if you push it all the more all the more reason treated cemex Blumenthal collider the gray zone project and author of the management side of history thanks for coming back on the program great discussion as always thanks a lot RJ we will be right back after this I am Richard R. J. as cal and this is zero.

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"ramadan" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

05:00 min | 3 years ago

"ramadan" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"James ramadan. Louis. What's up, but some change? I don't. Payment. I just wanted to call in and get bogus back just a little bit. I do get his point on people bagging on LeBron all the time. I think every time I turn on the radio. It seems like if some story about how lebrons a bag. So I mean, I get that whole thing that the bogus was saying. And the other thing is too. Could you imagine if MJ had Twitter from the time he was like sixteen seventeen eighteen nineteen years old? And by the time he was in his twenties and thirties that kind of crap he'd be tweeting. The most competitive during the world, it could it could be that whole thing. I I have a point on that in a second James. But I gotta say like I the whole thing about Michael about Michael about the LeBron James and value turn on radio. Hip. People bash them a lot. Well, you as you know, Jay, I'm sure you know, this. He, you know, he enables that like he you know, when you understand that. Because it's social media. Everyone has the opportunity to say look at me look at me. He's not the only person that saying look. The only person. But now, so I'm supposed to take him seriously last night where he tells me that passing Michael is just as meaningful as winning titles. Come on. No, no. I I get you there. Now, I mean, but that's where you're talking out of both sides of your mouth. I mean, he can't be doing that. Where you? Why does everyone say Mike being Mike when Michael Jordan was this kind of crap? And you know, but. Everybody says that's just the same. Oh, Mike and Mike. Well, I mean you're talking about. Embarrassed himself in the hall of fame speech. I'm not gonna defend Michael for that one. That was the L where he's talking about. He felt bad for his kids. I mean that was an embarrassing speed say got when he got to the to the Basketball Hall of fame disagree without disagree. However, LeBron doesn't need to promote himself before the game. James? Did you have a problem with that before the game that he did that like we went off about this? Did that was a problem for you? I mean, he he is he's so he's definitely. I'm a big LeBron and my daughter loves him. But this year has been a harder year for me to root for the guys just answering. Please please answer though, bro. I think he's saying he doesn't bother me because I don't I'm not on Twitter. So it to me, I didn't even know. He did it. I wouldn't give a crap if you guys were talking about it. Okay. How about this? How about how about LeBron after a Lakers loss? Sending out an Instagram post congratulate this year. The second but hold on a second. After after he became I think the third player all time to set like an assistant point, Mark. Does that mean I poison message to be dead after your team Lewis at the time he played, but he didn't have to. James? I'm Jay he might who knows. We don't know that I get I think we both get your question. What you're asking. James if Michael Jordan at Twitter back, then I know when I was in my prime. There was no Twitter. I think about that a lot with guys, but my business how it would have been on Twitter. How I would have been on Twitter when I was in my private, I wouldn't I couldn't tell you. I don't I I don't know. I don't know if Michael Jordan would do that James all the knows his Twitter. Now does Instagram now does Facebook now, obviously, these guys all need to utilize it need do self promoters. They're building their brand we all understand that. But to tweet before game James what he did was not you're right. You're right. But if Michael Jordan's got the balls to go up in blouse, everybody at his hall of fame speech. What do you think he would be doing on Twitter? I get it home at midnight. So. James? We're thinking like imagine if well maybe just maybe by Kel Jordan, did that that that hall of fame thing was after his career, maybe doors quit. He might not have done that James. You'll know that not Musto. No doubt. You're right. I don't know that. But I'm just saying I'm a big MJ fan. I grew up in the Arab MJ by. I mean everyone's needs to call him. Dallas will look rock rock. That's why I turned the radio off and put it on music, though. Oh. James? We appreciate local talent. Morning. Music. But here's but here's the deal. Here's the deal. I it's not a case of it's nobody's above reproach. Everyone could get criticized. This is not a case of LeBron James radio every single day. We're we're extolling the virtues and the brilliant. Do you want me to tell you how emotional I was? I was sleeping you want to know the story when LeBron past Michael s I it had little to no impact on my life because I knew was a fate accompli. I knew it was going to happen. I knew unless some injury happened a new we all news going to score fifteen points. But everyone could get criticized what did you talk about the guy to have to? We don't even spend. I mean, we don't even spend this much time James as.

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"ramadan" Discussed on From Scratch

From Scratch

03:33 min | 3 years ago

"ramadan" Discussed on From Scratch

"Travel schools whenever and it's usually Hines. And so when you go to buy ketchup at home, you're going to buy what you're familiar with. And so for us from the very very beginning. It was always about how do we work with? Restaurants. And how do we present you're in more than five hundred restaurants across the United States. What are one or two stories about getting the catch up getting your catch up into one of those restaurants or big break? I would say on the restaurant side is working with PJ Clark's. I mean, they're an institution burgers and they've been serving the burgers eighteen eighty four with Heinz. I mean, the chef is name is Mike defazio, phenomenally nights guy. Very busy guy. And this was really our first lesson in how to sell the restaurants. There's no sort of process there. So we showed up he tasted. He said. It was great said he would call us didn't call us busy guy. So actually for like, four months straight. We would just keep showing up at his doorstep. And he would always laugh and say you guys what are you on again? And then eventually he said, I wanna do it. But my boss, let me the owner this guy, Phil Scotty. And then for another six months we were going back over and over trying to get a meeting with him getting blown off blown off on off. And finally he allowed us five minutes in his office. And the first thing he said to us and Houston's like legendary guy in our life. Right. Almost a year trying to reach this man, Phil he turns to us. And he says you are the most persistent guys I've ever met. What do you have for me? And so we we told him our story, very briefly. And he was a smoker at the time, and we him an an engraved zippo lighter with PJ Clark's on it, and it was really sort of the way to heart, and we're now very close to him and his wife the who's been like godmother to us. And it it all happened. And it was all because it was non traditionally persistent. I noticed that you're married. You have a ring when did that happen? Well, what's funny is I spent two thousand eight two thousand ten at McKinsey desperately trying to find a girlfriend and couldn't and the moment that I quit to start your Kensington. I decided now I really should be single. So I can really focus my time on buildings or Kensington and then. The fancy food show I met Rachel who's now. My wife, what was she doing at the show at the time? She was a partner at a design firm. And so they were looking at packaging and trying to find cool interesting new clients, and she and her boss it stopped by they were too expensive for us. So we started dating instead. And now, we're married. What might I not know about you? What do you enjoy doing outside of work? Well, I love spending time with Rachel. I also love cocktail culture. I I was very briefly a bartender in at a bar downtown called white star. And I learned how to chisel ice from Sasha Petrosky, who's the founder of milk, and Honey the seminal sort of pre prohibition or prohibition style cocktail bar in New York. And I started doing these Barnett's in my apartment while I was at McKinsey, the whole idea was created space that was fun and was lubricated. But not insane wasn't sort of a ten shots for five dollars kind of place. And and but also not the kind of place where you had to whisper and. Over time. It it took on sort of a life of its own. I created a menu and people were bringing people I had never met before. And it got up to something like forty people and head almost one hundred bottles of liquor in my apartment and it lasted for almost a year, and it was called and it had a name called Mark Barr. I have plans to have sort of an underground bar component to Rachel's cafe when it finally launches. Thank you very much for joining us fake..

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"ramadan" Discussed on From Scratch

From Scratch

03:42 min | 3 years ago

"ramadan" Discussed on From Scratch

"And I think you know, as much as food is about quality and taste. It's also about entertainment. So we didn't make anything that was too took. Our we wanna take yourself too seriously, so sor- Kensington evolved as this character that hearken to British quality in British cuisine, which in some ways isn't looked at as the best cuisine in the world. But it certainly looked at it sort of like high tea, and you know, it's the origin of a lot of things fancy and cer-. Kensington was his character that personified the sort of tongue-in-cheek ideas that you could have quality even in the lowliest things. I'm Jessica Harris. You're listening to from scratch, my guess. It is Mark Ramadan. Co-founder of sir. Kensington 's condiment company that got its start by making a catch up that hoped to be a gourmet alternative to Heinz. What is the history of catch up ketchup actually is a five hundred year old condiment it started as a fish sauce in southeast Asia. Originally Chinese word cat, I think it's pronounced Ketziot up, and it sort of migrated with the spice trade from southeast Asia through central Asia and an eventual Inc tomatoes, which are Nuro crop the tomatoes are from Peru. The Europeans brought tomatoes back to Europe needed a way to preserve them and catch up eventually made its way to America. So in two thousand ten you and Scott decide to launch the company officially you debuted at the fancy food show, and how pivotal was that for you for us that was that little four foot team all that. I was standing behind with my sister made all the difference. That's where we met whole foods. That's where we met dean and DeLuca. That's where we met Williamson Noma and. In many ways, we were incredibly lucky that they stopped by because we didn't know what we were doing. We didn't know how pricing worked we didn't know what distributing wise. I mean, we didn't even have a warehouse the first order of product arrived at my apartment doorstep. And it was I didn't even know what a pallet was. I was in a doorman building time doorman called and said, you have a delivery. I said, oh, great. You can just put in the in the packages room. And he's like, no no is thousands of pounds of of. I don't know what. And so I had to come back and I helped him unloaded. And put it all in my in my apartment, a wall of ketchup in the apartment at the time. What was harder for you initially than you thought. It might be. We'll sales were hard still are hard. And so we were taking our cases of product door to door up and down streets of New York to places like Murray's cheese places like the Chelsea market. You know, and it was hard though, because people are busy. They see a million products day. It's only gone worse. These jars catch heavy so I had them in enroll of like a rolling suitcase, and I would. Oh, go into these stores and stores would be filled with people, it's me, it's Manhattan. So it's no room for anything. And I'm in there with my suitcase trying to get them to taste this or see this. And they, you know, they don't leave a sample, and I'll call you back and the nice people do but most people even if they are nights were too busy to call. You back. Figuring out that you have to sort of be persistent while still being nice was tricky balance to find interesting anecdotes about approaching Murray's cheese, or you know, you mentioned Chelsea market or anything that sticks out. Why I think the first probably the first thing is our our our very first New York retailer was Chelsea market, baskets, which is store still. They're great store in Chelsea market. And he was willing to put it up on shelf. We had most of the product in my apartment, we had some products in a warehouse near where Scott and Brandon were from northern California. And so our first attempts to ship. We didn't know that you had to pack glass properly, and we would get these angry irate calls. You know? I I have this. I have the box, that's bleeding. Catch. There's glass everywhere. What are you doing? And so I had to start hand delivering every week..

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"ramadan" Discussed on From Scratch

From Scratch

03:04 min | 3 years ago

"ramadan" Discussed on From Scratch

"There weren't we didn't really perceive there to be a lot of ketchup brands that doing something interesting in the same way. Way he talks about this concept amplitude, which basically is a balance of flavors, and that Hines had a high amplitude, and I have to admit something embarrassing, which is that article came out a month before I was married, and I thought when I was giving a speech at my wedding. What am I going to say? And I used this concept of amplitude about my husband in my wedding speech. Perfect. Perfect. You know, amplitude is president everything that we eat everything we consume, right? It's sort of in the way that it's talked about in the article at sort of how how intense can the flavors be and how how often do you wanna keep going back to that flavor or how long does it take you to get tired of it? And I think Coca Cola has a lot of that has a lot of amplitude. You don't taste one thing in coke you as many things. And so for me having something that has high platoons, it's balanced that article wasn't the germ or the inspiration for you to launch the company. How did you get the idea to start at the catch up company while you were at Brown? Yeah. Well, the legendary answer is that we were reading about cer- Kensington in history class, and he was a part of the British aristocracy and quite a cool air. And there was a long loss recipe that he had sort of helped develop after he went to a dinner party at the home of Catherine the great, and he was served to catch up that was subpar. So we needed to make his own and we brought that back to. Life. The real story is that we have the idea to start the company just in the course of normal conversations around food, we both I have a Lebanese and British family. He has an Armenian family. And so there was always cooking going on growing up and lots of family feasts and food was always a very central part of our lives, but we are both econ majors. So we were always talking about food ideas and ways to survive in the intersection there, and we were just saying how weird it was that. If you go to the grocery store, your overwhelmed with choice, you know, whether it cereal yogurt or salsa or milk, but in this one category that is in ninety seven percent of American homes. We didn't think there was any choice, by the way, we talk about Heinz as this, you know, behemoth incumbent, but Henry Heinz was a maverick of sorts, you know, in the late nineteenth century. There was a preservative in ketchup called benzoate. And he contended that this was actually not good for your health and. And he replaced the preservative with vinegar, basically, pickling the tomatoes and he won out. But it was because of his moxie that Hines was born. I mean, the story of Asia Hines is incredible. And if you we're lucky that we don't live in in the world of the late nineteenth century the food. World was scary. I mean before truth and advertising laws, and before sort of consumer protection that people were putting all sorts Stephan food making all sorts of claims and food was in general, not super-safe in Asia Hines was really one of the first entre preneurs to take food safety very seriously..

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"ramadan" Discussed on From Scratch

From Scratch

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"ramadan" Discussed on From Scratch

"The product is also available in more than five hundred restaurants and hotels, sir. Kensington also makes other condiments including mustard and mayo welcome thanks for having me. I'd like to start in September two thousand four with an article written in the New Yorker magazine by Malcolm glad well called the ketchup conundrum. Basically, the gist of it was that while mustards enjoyed a variety of flavors and various companies. Made them catch up could not share that same diversity only Hines head kind of this perfect blend of sweetness and sourness and bitterness and saltiness in addition to mouth feel which is called. Mommy, can you? Tell me about your first encounter with that. Article. Had this idea of catch up long. After that article came out, we didn't read it in two thousand four we were in high school, and we weren't highbrow enough. And we had this idea when we were seniors in college in two thousand eight two thousand seven two thousand eight the article is brought to our attention. We read it, and we thought it was very interesting. I think you know, in many ways, the food world is very different than where it wasn't two thousand four and two thousand four Shabani didn't exist. Coconut water didn't exist in America. And so many things have changed since then. So when we were reading it we had a very different perspective on what's possible. We thought that he made a lot of great points around product catch is a very nostalgic flavor. The mouth feel like you said those things are really Nate. And people what stood out to us is that. There wasn't a lot of discussion around brand whereas grape who pon really has a fantastic brand. And was he he mentioned sort of a breakout star of the mustard category..

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"ramadan" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"ramadan" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"To save a few pennies, but found of meat with squandered what really the crown jewels modern medicine, which is why says we need to think of antibiotics in a completely different way, we need to think of them like we think of oil or water is a resource that needs to be protected Ramadan explained his idea from the Ted stage turns out that there's something fundamental about antibiotics which make from other drugs, which is that if I misuse antibiotics. I use antibiotics. Not only am I affected, but others affected as well. In the same way as vita choose to drive to work or take a plane to go somewhere that the costs I imposed on others through global climate change, go everywhere, and I don't necessarily take these costs into consideration. Now, that's a problem that's similar to another area that we all know about which is of fuel use and energy. And of course, energy use both depletes energy as well as leads to local pollution and climate change. And typically in the case of energy that are two ways in which you can deal with the problem. One is we can make better use of the oil that we have and that's analogous to making better use of existing antibiotics, and we can do this at a number of ways that we'll talk about it in a second. But the other option is the drill baby drill option. Which in the case of antibiotics is is to go. Find you antibiotics now these are not separate they're related because if we invest heavily in new oil. Oil wills we reduce the incentives for conservation of oil in the same way. That's going to happen for that to bioethics the.

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