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Are the US and Iran already at war?
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New Israeli-Palestinian cease-fire in effect, for now
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War of the Worlds
The Sunni-Shia divide is a conflict that most people have heard about - two sects with Sunni Islam being in the majority and Shia Islam the minority. Exactly how did this conflict originate and when? We go through 1400 years of history to find the moment this divide first turned deadly and how it has evolved since.
Aired 2 months ago 50:10
Admiral William McRaven's Life in Special Operations
Admiral William McRaven (Make Your Bed) reveals how a high school track coach inspired him apply for the Navy SEAL programÂ and why he still compares any struggle he faces to the grueling endurance test of the Navy SEALs â€œHell Week.â€ Â He recalls the night he got a gut feeling he was going to catch Saddam and was right,Â how Saddam never made his bed while he was in McRavenâ€™s custody,Â and what McRaven said when he finally decided to meet with Saddam face to face. Â He talks about the strange experience of personally seeing monsters like Saddam Hussein and Osama Bin Laden cut down to size, how he managed to keep the preparation of the Bin Laden raid a secret, and how 1000â€™s of special operations prepared him for that mission of a lifetime. Â Plus he weighs in on the Navy SEAL who stands accused of war crimes,Â responds to calls for him to run for President,Â and expresses his sincerest regret that heâ€™s the reason you have to take off your shoes at the airport! Order Admiral William McRaven's book Sea Stories: My Life in Special OperationsÂ on Amazon, Audible, or wherever books are sold. Â Today's podcast was sponsored by Soundtrap for Storytellers, The Life Is Good Ping Podcast, Udacity, and Ancestry.com.
Aired 2 months ago 18:01
How to Influence US Iran Policy ... Without Actually Existing
Heshmat Alavi, an Iranian commentator, has been portrayed as a courageous dissident with a broad constituency and rare insight into the inner workings of the Iranian theocracy. His columns have beenÂ printed in Forbes, The Diplomat, The Federalist, Voice of America, The Daily Caller and The Hill. And his analysis, such as his assertion that Obamaâ€™s nuclear deal with Iran pumped money into the mullah's military budget, has been cited by the White House to justify leaving the agreement. But what if...he doesn't actually exist? The Intercept'sÂ Murtaza HussainÂ reported on Heshmat Alavi, and found that the columnist is not who he purports to be.