33 Burst results for "Salama"
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
Leadership Lessons from Rasulullah With Sh Yawar Baig
"I have book here shuki. Our leadership lessons from the life of russula salama while he was alert. You kindly give to me will those years ago Shift i don't know what to start. I mean festival. Let me ask you. What are your reflections on a pandemic you know and the lost year. So you know that we've just experienced. What's it been like for you. I came to america In september twenty nineteen and i was reflecting. I talked to my served. If as i walked off the plane in boston in september. Nineteen if somebody had said to me that in two months from now let's go now. There would be no planes flying in the air. There would be no work happening. Industrial shutdown offices shut down. You will not be able to leave your home I would say i would ask him. Bill w what is it. You're smoking right because this doesn't have blamed on fly outbreak. For god's sake so what exactly what happened. I mean the whole world game it's like running into a brick wall right stop competing and i've done a couple of broadcasts and a couple of lectures where this might if lecture the first and foremost deflection is really. I think you know unless from handle data asked this question many dame's but we did not answering the question that was asked us was for the where i want what we hold on. I'm i'm very busy work through eleven. I tell you when. I have the time i would do. And the stopped dead in our
Interview With Maz Saleem
"Salama's like like you very much. Thank you both for for for joining me today. so like i was. We just said we recorded this. Podcast like two three years ago and we had some technical issues so we lost the entirety of the recording. Unfortunately so we're back for round two trying to do this again So thank you again. I guess for agreement comeback. We've had a few of these kinds of who issues in a few weeks and it's frustrating. You know we we get by right. So i guess to kick off with. I think the for context. When i came across your personal story and your father story specifically I was quite alarmed. The fact that this was like going back a few years. But i was alarmed at the fact that i hadn't come across it sooner. It wasn't more prominent in the kind of mainstream And there wasn't talk of this reference of this as a particular case of anti muslim terrorism that had taken place on uk soil. And i think what's again quite alarming is that i only stumbled across it because i was kind of researching and i was trying to prove a point in an article or something that was putting together and i saw this and then i kind of went down the rabbit hole of finding out more and it was just astonishing that i there was no prominence to this so i guess i assumed that a lot of people. Listen this may not have come across yourself or your father story. So would you be able to very briefly. Kind of recap what happened. And how your family's life change in two thousand and thirteen yes of course On the twenty. Nine april twenty thirteen. That's is going to a eight years This year My father mohammed. Salim was eighty two years old at the time and he praised at the local moisture which is green mustard which is at the end of our street. And he's done that most of his life any praise at five times a day to day one so that dodge the mice jed back involve To read always press on this particular night He went to read his issue press and when he left the mosquera roundabout. Tim poston pm on this particular. Actually dad wasn't feeling great. Normally my uncle would does with him to the mosque and comes back and not nine. My uncle had some relatives so he basically said oh. I have to go home with you. Go don't worry i'll walk. You know because he's just not far as just at the end of our road and On this night my phone was followed home and know on the cc tv at one who lives on a street. Not many people will have double glazing. They can hear dot because he's not normally walking in the middle of the road because he's a quiet coup de sac area on these guys walking steak and he's normally hitting a code cannell something on the street and this particular night you can notice on the tv's walking quite fast. And then he crosses over the road to the school gate and he was basically funded home By a neo. Nazi called pablo up shane. Who'd only been in the country for five days and who got british sponsorship. He shook behind. Firstly of the british ambassador. In ukraine then go sponsorships small eve the predominantly muslim area and lived on the premises of dell com-. He followed my father home and this nine stabbed him to death from behind And then he went on a three month bombing campaign air and bombs side now bombed that saw three mosques in also over rampton tipton. This was one of the biggest oxyde terrorism on uk. So yet today your board explained now. Many people have heard the media have played down you know. At the time you know a doug's stanford they. We were prime suspects. That's how how disgusting. A was west midlands. Police say they treated our family. The came to our house and they told his record italian descent. A racist tunc. A we said you know. How can you tell us. It's not racist attack. You know tried to. They look to every other motivated by hate. Crime was never possible motive and you know we were suspects in this case as well and was quite disgusting because he had they not called pablo and we're ready to pin this on one of one of my family members. That's how reporting west midlands. Police were the way they treated us. than they were suspects united muslim household when doing source. You know when you'll pay no respects. Men and women are segregated. They had a male Family liaison officer. Googly is just standing there staring. All of us are looking at us. Like it was us and i do understand. The case is quite high number cases where certain cases off family related. When this particular circumstances they weren't and we made that playoffs and Yeah we had a very challenging time with west midlands police and yeah. We went back to taking complaints seriously. And prior to this six months earlier die My brothers jim who's got jim. Montcalm derided was receiving frightening letters from the house. If you don't close your terrorist jim. Because predominant muslims go there You just wait. What would happen and a lot of these letters. Were going out in the area. We showed those to the place. Could it be linked. But they didn't take any seriously and then six months later for the was murdered and this neo nazi was known neo nazi in ukraine. He's dip retort which add and again. He was making open pound bombs air in the forest. So no neo. Nazi get to british sponsorship counterterrorism. How degree allow these nazis into the country.
Prof. Jack Burns, Professor of Astrophysical and Planetary Sciences at the University of Colorado in Boulder - burst 01
"Welcome to the site of accents. Podcast where we explore emerging ideas from signs policy economics and technology. My name is gill. Eappen we talk with woods leading academics and experts about the recent research or generally of topical interest scientific senses at unstructured conversation with no agenda or preparation be color a wide variety of domains. Rare new discoveries are made and new technologies are developed on a daily basis. The most interested in how new ideas affect society and help educate the world how to pursue rewarding and enjoyable life rooted in signs logic at inflammation v seek knowledge without boundaries or constraints and provide edited content of conversations bit researchers and leaders who low what they do a companion blog to this podcast can be found at scientific sense dot com and displayed guest is available on over a dozen platforms and directly at scientific sense dot net. If you have suggestions for topics guests at other ideas please send up to info at scientific sense dot com and i can be reached at gil at eappen dot info mike. Yesterday's a jack boone's who's a professor in the department of ece fisa goal in planetary sciences unto colorado boulder. He is also vice president images for academic affairs in blue sage for disuse system system. Jack while thank you. Joe is good to be with you. Thanks for doing this so you at your team. On deeply involved in the upcoming nasa missions to the moon including The designed to place radiofrequency absolutely on the far side of the moon and be kevin deemed really back there for almost fifty years. Now i know that china s landed. I was actually looking at some photographs that just gained today from From their lander. I israel in india. Almost got there but Fleas land properly. And so so. What's our interest. What's sudden interest in going back to the moon after fifty years. Yeah i don't know that. I would characterize as a sudden interest i think on the part of the science community and really the exploration community interest has been there for a while but what has changed in the last decade is the cost doing missions And the accessibility of the moon in this new era in which we have now. Private companies like spacex and like the blue origin company. Jeff bezos company They've put considerable private resources in developing new rockets of with reusability to lower the launch costs and also technology which was extreme in the nineteen sixties to try to get to the moon. All hannity vetted from scratch now is relatively straightforward at gill as you mentioned Even a small countries like israel Private companies have contracts with nasa to fly payloads. Now it's it's it's realizable to Envision going to the moon at a relatively modest cost certainly in comparison to the sixties and seventies. Yes so that's a. It's a very interesting phenomenon. Now it's it's almost like a business model question. Space is Blue blue horizon blue origin. Laura gin and that is another company. Lakers peterson things. Well lockheed you ally the united launch alliance which is the lockheed and boeing Company as well they all have these new generation of launch vehicles that are capable of going to so nasa in some sense outsourcing Some of the transportation right to so captain made a selection or are they going to do essentially multiple companies. Do it the the plan is to have monk multiple companies just like the commercial crew program To the space station there's boeing and spacex And for the case of the moon for the un crude landers that Landers that are just carrying payloads nasa has identified a out a dozen companies To be able to transport a payloads to the moon and at the same time. They're also undergoing competition right now. They selected three companies to design as part of a public private partnership the next generation of human landers. So that's the same. Mostly the same group that has spacex blue origin and the third one is is dynamic which is a company in huntsville alabama rate. So it's nassar's goal here is They are they going to take contracts from other other countries do send pedal to the moon in these companies. The the way this is working now is nasa is buying services so they're no longer buying rockets or landers which they will then own operate Instead the philosophy is To buy a ride for example a seat On a human land or or by space for a payload so these companies that are responsible for indemnifying Making sure they have a proper insurance for losses They take A bit of the risk and and then proceed along those lots now. What that means is that the companies then they own the intellectual property they owned landers they rockets they own the The other transportation devices. So that means they can sell seats. They can sell payloads to for example a european space agency Or the russian space agency or individual companies. That might want to puts a payload on the moon Investigation in this kind of a lower gravity environment so it's much more entrepreneurial than what we had before and it lowers the cost to the taxpayer for doing all these things by the artist program. Which is the new human programs. The moon the Recently released cost to get the first woman in the next man to the moon by twenty twenty four is a factor of ten less than the apollo program. Yeah it's interesting. I remember jack I was involved a little bit on the economic side of the next generation. Space legal program two thousand two thousand one two thousand two timeframe and this was a program was supposed to replace the shuttle and we did not go forward with it and i guess so. What was the arranged with the russian system to get their astronauts into space station. Yeah the the problem was that you might recall The shuttle accident that occurred in two thousand three And then president. George w bush declared that the shuttle really wasn't safe And that needed to be replaced and it took a while. We're still in the process of of fully replacing it. The last shuttle launch was twenty eleven If i remember correctly so in the meantime in order to get to the space station What we did is contract with the russians to use their soyuz spacecraft to go back and forth the space station so we. What we did is the buy seats. Those seats cost about seventy five or eighty million dollars so they weren't cheap but eventually got us back and forth. He said before we get the details of the Admission stack help philisophical question so way we have technology advancing the about conflict. Television's really taking off machines. Getting lot smarter What does sort of the basis for sending humans Could be not accomplished thing that human could do with machines if that's a good question i'm glad you answered that you ask that question because Excuse me i think what we're looking for now is is Really different mode for doing work on services like the moon or mars. Excuse me in that. We unlike apollo you had a single astronaut. Geologists such as astronaut harrison schmitt on all seventeen doing classic field geology. With a shovel to now advance unit twenty-first-century. We're gonna to do. Is i like to say we're going to bring Silicon valley with us to the moon. So we're going to bring advanced robotics. Be telly operated. That will use a machine. Learning artificial intelligence And will team with the astronauts so that they will these. These rovers advance scouting. They will identify interesting places and then the role of the astronaut is to make critical decisions on what to investigate What the samples. Look like i. i still think it's true. I've been told from my colleagues who are geologists stromer But who are uninsured. Scientists in that the difference for example between. Let's say the The curiosity rover on mars. And what it's been doing and having a human on mars that the work that the curiosity rover has done last seven years could be done in two days by geologists. a that's the difference and to also bring back. You know better selected samples and so forth. So there's no replacing humans and that's not going to happen anytime soon but you you do your point being. You only wanna use humans when you actually have to. Because their time is valuable and they're expensive and also Walking around even on the surface of the moon is dangerous. Because the you know the a space where the asian micrometeorites another possible dangerous but going into this new environment. I think what we're going to be able to do is reduced risk and improved efficiency. The i don't remember the numbers but a human Mission is about ten x the cost of a non human mission. Obviously the the efficiency and like you say what begin out of it different but guess on the cost side. It's about the fact of a magnitude different you know. That's hard to say because robots still are very limited in what they can do. They're just so many things that only humans can do is a little bit of apples and oranges but yet you're probably right that on the ballpark about a factor of ten. Maybe even more. But there's also much more than a factor of ten improvement in efficiency. So you know. Those costs will balance out and obviously the advantage of a human is You know they've been. The unexpected happens in michigan learning in As long as you have heard of data to teach a machine but then the unexpected happens machines. noel exactly. The rover gets stuck. It suffers a mechanical problem. That If you have a human there at least in the vicinity can help fix it. And move orders you know i think about for example servicing of the hubble space telescope and that was done five times by human astronauts and The astronauts such as john grunsfeld did to the servicing missions was very clear that the telescope could not have been repaired in upgraded by anything other than humans because the tab the complexity of the task the ability to be able to get in and To make repairs Make on the spot. Decisions just You know there was no replacing that so hopefully humans have a few more years of Do i think we've got many years to tell you the truth. I think it's going to be you know in reading some of the literature. I think it's going to be a quite a long time if ever that. We have truly Intelligent self aware machines can operate with the same decision making kick be very good at repetitive calculations outstanding job of there but You know making creative innovative entrepreneurial. Decisions were We're nowhere close to that yet So i do that. A multiple missions being planned An international collaboration so he's the first one that is supposed to take off as leave. Yeah artists is the new name for the human missions to the moon Artemis in greek mythology was the sister of apollo The twin sister of apollo. She's the goddess of the moon. So that's very appropriate. Since nasa has already declared bet up for that first landing which nasa has been planning for twenty twenty four would Would have that first woman in the next man on the surface the first expedition by humans to the moon in the twenty first century. So optimistic applaud. Its name the program programming program. Yeah exactly right so so andrade damasio multiple things going on And so do we have sort of a space station like that is going to orbit the out. Yeah in fact. That's honored design. And we'll be under construction in the next few years has called the gateway lunar gateway. And it's it's not like the space station in the sense of being gigantic And being really limited to that single orbit the gateway is really more of a spacecraft is going to have a pulse in system using a new generation of solar electric bad is ion propulsion That will be piloted for potential for optometry use in going to mars. I have just a couple of modules that will be there it will be a place where astronauts coming from the earth on on the orion spacecraft which is a it plus the space launch system is a heavy lift vehicle that will take astronauts the moon they will dock at the gateway and then they will get into a reusable lander go to the surface. Come back in that lander and then the next crew that comes in will do the same thing so you don't throw everything away like we did during hollow in the nineteen sixties again. The reusability idea is Is key to keeping the costs down so so it is more dealer so can't be attached as as alright right. Ds change in the future. Cab edge more against it. We can in fact The japanese space agency jaksa recently committed to fly a module And nasa has invited others such as the russian space agency to think about them attaching A module as well so it definitely is modular. That way you can add habitats you can add laboratories And can can grow over time. But it's also the the idea is that it's going to be long duration spaceflight and it's away way from the earth's magnetic field so you've got the full range environment of what you would have going to mars. So i think nasa all also looks at. This is a prototype of the vehicle that would be sent to mars. Lucchese david some Conversations yet again. Remember that To go to mars you would rather start off. Start off from the moon. Is that still thinking or that. Exchange i don't think that's been decided but there's this potential real advantages of a loon. First of all launching from the moon versus the earth requires much less thrust. What what we call delta the. That's the change in velocity to Get off there. Because there's only one sixth gravity on the moon and secondly if we're successful in mining water from the minute we know now there's considerable amount of water at the polls of the moon That's hydrogen and oxygen. We can convert that potentially into rocket fuel. You wouldn't have to bring that from earth so the costs associated with launching some could be substantially reduced in doing this from the moon versus from your so people are actively working that right now and seeing if that might be the way to go i of think that might end up being How missions to To mars or undertaking so under optimus Are there plans to actually create a habitat a big enough habitat for people to stave or extended period of time. So nasa has designs. And once again i should mention this is. This is all international Insa is involved. The european space agency is involved in providing a module for the service module for the orion. It also will be working on the gateway. The canadian space agency is providing the robotic arm And the same will be true on the surface The idea is that the first few missions will of just get started That first nation in twenty twenty four is planned to go to the south pole of moon. Will we've never been to before and look at the water. Ice situation there but Over time by the end of the decade the expectation is that will have multiple habitats. And we'll have people staying there for long periods of time like the arctic station. It's run by the national science foundation. The mcmurdo station as called in which you have a number of scientists come in and visit for anywhere from a few weeks to staying for year here so salama but when the next generation space program was in progress space. Too big big project. I would imagine spacex Others cab this business plan so what's the clamps time Do that The gay yes. So it'll be somewhere between three and five days to get from the earth and you're right about. The tourism spacex already has a fide a japanese businessman. If i remember correctly who has bought a A ride not the surface of the moon but to orbit the moon on a spacex vehicle. Sometime in a in a few years but the it'll be in a three to five days to get to the gateway and then Another day to get down to the surface. So i fully expect by the end of the decade especially given the accessibility to the moon by the private sector and by isa companies That they will be selling seats to wealthy individuals to spend a A summer holiday on the moon is so if the if the gateway is expandable perhaps Taxpayers can make some money nasa. Well it might be. Yeah but but once again this is. The transportation for the most part is probably not going to be through nasa but by these individual companies who own their own rockets their spacecraft and now they will sell seats to to wealthy tourists. yeah and so You you mentioned the european space agency. You mentioned the canadian space agency of so. Is this like the space station. A larger collaboration or those are the three major ones. Yeah it is and you're right. There are Oh gosh there's probably a dozen or so. Companies countries rather involved in the international space station and nasa envisions this much the same thing And i to. I order all the countries that are involved in. The international space station have been invited to become involved with the gateway And so as i mentioned several have accepted with With enthusiasms others are still keeping that around and take a quick break jack. Benny come back to talk about the radio. Frequency of savitri on the far side of the more that you're designing you bet sounds good. This is a scientific sense. Podcast providing unscripted conversations bit leading academics and researchers on a variety of topics. You like to sponsor this podcast. Please reach out to in full at scientific sense dot com back Jack you're talking about upcoming missions to the moon Some of the manned mission some of some of the technology that you're sending up there there is a gateway bridges like the space station but attested propulsion its zone. Sorta are based entity source. And it's more dealer things could be attached to it. That may be subject is imploding. Creating that a launchpad so to speak to go to mars perhaps habitats that a large announced a mining for water mighty for hydrogen and other things and so he the program is called autonomous. So could be portal light program and underneath optimists. There are various things being planned right. So what are the The primary objectives all of those radius approved betas projects. I should say under under optimus. Yeah we'll go. let me let me start off by just looking at the difference with The apollo program because the apollo program ended fairly abruptly once the political goals were reached and it was never Really a sustainable program so Nasa and i think all of the governmental space agencies are looking for is for arsonist to be the beginning of a sustained presence on the moon and in space and using the moon as a stepping stone for human and robotic exploration of the solar system including getting the mars so the philosophy of artists is really quite different. So you're there the stay So you need to figure out how to live off the land. So that does mean as you're saying mining's water being able to grow crops being able to manufacture Equipments the habitats themselves from the From the of the regular or the soil material so using the the kind of advanced manufacturing capability three d. printing Electrolysis so that's a really different approach. And it means that what will be worked on is not just get there but a flag in the ground rather in full of soil and return on instead it means You know how do you figure out how to be there for the long haul so that means than learning how to to excavate how to build How to really maintain a life in a in a certain sense of independence. Part of the reason you want to do all that is because that's exactly what's going to be
New York Times Will Move Part of Hong Kong Office to Seoul
"In with all of this will get to the president. Just a moment. The New York Times. Eyes moving ah, part of its Hong Kong office to Seoul and Ah Rich Rashad is just Salama has sent me story from the times that said their first words I put in the paper. First New York Times said it would relocate its Hong Kong based digital news operation to Seoul significant shift by an American news organization as China has stopped. Stepped up its efforts to impede affairs in the Asian metropolis. So that is the first paragraph of the New York Times Story. Thanks Rish. Meanwhile, the The order that Mr Trump signed today ends Hong Kong special status. The legislation makes it possible to sanction Chinese officials and businessman involved in the security legislation for Hong Kong. He focused much of the conference on the election and then strove to make more political arguments and rhetorically addressing Hong Kong there, freedom's been taken away. Their rights have been taken away and with it goes homecoming, in my opinion, because it will no longer be able to compete with free markets. Lot of people will be leaving Hong Kong I suspect And we're going to do a lot more business because of it because we just lost one competitors. They also repeated the China's
Depression Loves Junk Food
"Hello and welcome to this week's edition of the Green Wisdom Health show. I'm John Lewis. And I'm Dr Louis and we are going to talk to you today about depression. Don't we sound excited about it The name of this show is called. Depression loves junk food and the reason we chose this for all of you out there listening is because we know a lot of you guys are very depressed and we realized that the more depressed. You are the more junk food. You're eating and sadly more the junk food restaurants are open because a good restaurants are not open as of yet in many states so We're kind of left with the drive-thrus now and so Dr Lewis is going to tell us today. About how that correlates. He's going to educate us a little bit about something called biofilms which Many of you probably not heard of. But they're actually one of the causes as to why you want to eat some bad food so it's not all in your head and we're going to help you make sense of it and we're going to help give you a plan to help you make better choices. So Dr Lewis. Can you put all this together for us to teach us about biofilms? You know and I think part of the reason we're doing this show is because you know we're in the middle of this too and it seems like ever since we ate a Brownie. That was not gluten free. And it had all the regular bad steph in it we've been craving more and more junk and we've been feeling worse and worse mentally so we thought with it's happening to us and we should know better We definitely need to educate you guys. So you have a clue as to what's going on with you so Dr Lous pull us out of the whole Pulis. Neal is go down a rabbit hole. Pull out of the rabbit hole and get us back to health and happiness and eating correctly. Well Pete Pete up in Missouri Concordia I think Columbia Concordia. He said I wish you'd just quit talking about rabbit holes. Just get to it so sorry. Pete can't do it. I don't know I re- I refuse to go down there. You know to into depression because I come from a family of very negative depressed people and it's like I'll be damned if I'm going to do that. I dislike. I see what they get you. I'm GonNa have fun and I finally figured out that I'm old and my sleep. Somebody said why do you know you're GonNa die in your sleep? Said because I'd fat at son of a gun trying to take me awake so we're going to have fun at the s There there's a lot that I really really really want to say and you know thinks about it. Is You know just? I don't even know you know we live in an illusion or delusion that we think we can control things and because the Internet makes us really really intelligent not really doesn't it makes you somewhat educated but it makes you an educated fool so we think more knowledge gives us more understanding which gives us more control and it really doesn't so during this time. I'm GonNa tell you what you can't control. You can't control whether somebody else follows the social distancing roles you can't control the actions of others feel like I'm Jeff Foxworthy If you can't control predicting what will happen you might be a redneck. You can't control other people's motives you can't control the amount of toilet paper in the store God is going to be fun. You can't control how long this is going to last and I personally think it's ninety percent crap bowl but that's me Join shooting straight with Dr Lewis and you can see me and my mask. It's made out of crown rule bag and yes. I emptied to sucker and gained three pounds. So That's how much OB- stressed eight because I'm guilty but you can't control how other people react so the the things you can't control a little matter at least I tell people you can't control that you can influence a lot of things you can always control your positive attitude. You can make that. You can turn off the news which it'd be really fun. If everybody did it would get over there. Salama quickly Feet you can find fun things to do at home and Janet just rolls her eyes when I bought another bucket of weird colored pint sock start paint rocks with grandkids. You can control whether you follow the CDC recommendations or not but you do control that you can't control others. You can limit your social media if itch negative unfriendly which there's two or three. I'm thinking about unfriendly but I think that helps me practice my Christianity WanNa deal with idiots such as one or two or three You can control your own social distancing if you think that is really a thing but most importantly you can control whether you're graceful and kind to other people and then and that's what I think we need. More of this is kindness so We'll talk a little technical stuff If you'd like anti I'm sorry my smart Alexa Way out today. Don't believe everything you think. Sometimes it's gone through the wrong map the wrong filter so We won't talk about bow films a little bit. I guess. That's what Janet you know. What is about them while the people have done the consult with me? I'll tell them. Well you're chlorides little on the low side your proteins a little low and if you don't die digest protein you cannot digest bow films and you have what we call a stealth pathogenic usually is yeast fungus buyers. Whatever it can be a lot of different things. But they these little micro organisms organisms they adapt and mutate. And so you have to have certain things that can allow you to get past the bow film and kill the infection and yes your body knows how to do it. It just needs the raw materials in in order for that to happen. So you know when I'm practicing I try to be integrative and holistic which you know that's really really a good thing to be. I don't think a reductionist Way of looking at things has gotten us very far but sometimes when a patient comes in they feel like they have no power at all and they're they're struggling with something they don't understand. Try to get it simple for them. I say well. It's too many toxins not enough nutrients one or the other or both and I get a lot of people when they consult with made that cry and I'll say I'm sorry. Did I say something to hurt? Your painless Nice. And now you're the first one that listened to in acts like you understand what Janet and I've gone through this stuff to people that complain about fatigue brain fog. I love it when I say brain fog. I know exactly what to do And it gets most of them Great Relief and that's the been photo man you've heard me talk about it and People that talk about digestive complaints. Well it's digestive enzymes and you need these things to help. Cut The bow FEM and two more properly in more Thoroughly Digest your food so that does not go down and create leaky gut. I'm mentioned a whole lot of different supplements and there's always somebody won't to hook onto Janet and my train and somebody said the other day. Well you know you said this and this and this about immune system and I would like to introduce my article about bovine colostrum and that helps immune system to. I'm not GonNa let that particular person get on our train and ride it but yes boven colostrum works. I take it. We have it here. You probably never heard me talk about it but if you're not taking SBI which is a bovine derived immunoglobulin. You're missing the boat. I don't care what you've got the ought to be thrown that stuff in your body every day You heard me talk last week. I don't know what we were talking about. Might have been sugar diabetes. Whatever and I said too much. Sugar Equals fewer vegetables equals. Less zinc equals. Poor taste equals more sugar. That's the vicious cycle that we get into and I think that's GONNA lead into why sometimes we get on this junk food journey and that helps feed the things that create bow films like the Candida Fungus. There's actually a book that says cancers of Fungus by Dr Simon Seaney and frankly it's kind of rare to get a book that just blows me away intellectually disguise. What the heck over my head. But I think if I had a bad cancer. I think I'd go see him at Rome Italy but read the book Cancers a fungus in the nurse. You know plenty of research. Studies like out of Johns Hopkins at talks about sugar can contribute greatly to creating cancer because it feeds the yeast fungus and these bow films are not broken down. So how do you break down? Abou- him well one thing you do. Is You take digestive enzymes. Because it has the things to break them down.
"salama" Discussed on Accelerate!
"Well when I first heard about ABM. I was like okay. Well there's a solution in search of a problem But become less less that way about it. Because it's fundamentally new right I mean it's it's it's when you're selling big accounts you just don't go out and cold caller. The Blue One couple has with that we grew to Quite a large company only two hundred prospects in the world. I knew who they all were. So yeah by necessity. I was doing account based prospecting affecting even back decades ago but I think the tools are really useful but I think that what what I'm seeing as an so far is that a lot of companies are using. ABM or the way they approach Using sales engagement tools. which is I was GONNA say? Take sort of the same thing I've been doing and just automate it right and then call it. A compass selling account based marketing and talking to someone who was talking about account based selling and was really equating that Mortell Surf Okay. Classic social selling but really closely and tightly knit Social Strategy I mean certainly gonNA fight. I'd love to have had those tools when when I was I mean think about the size Salama customers overseas and in the satellite communications business and had no email internet. And you had to go over the plan to break into an account so these things were in great to have had If you could restrain yourself and how you use them if you could target if you could be authentic and there are some people that are doing a great job talking about at that so I don't answer crushed but it's it's to me it's like it's evolving so quickly. It's why these things that we look at it in two years or so we'll private completely different perspective on it than we do now because I think people are going to so I think there's some companies have learned our lessons with with outbound. And how they're doing it. Yeah and doing things like you're suggesting with outbound ops that we're gonNA see more of that with account by selling a little more rationalized as opposed to. Hey let's turn some people people lose what these tools and fundamentally spam twenty people inside an account as opposed to. Let's let's put together a strategy that makes sense IOS version of good hearts law. You know the content of measure because they'll lose. Yeah so but I said you against bad gift basket because I had this specific wind that you like the chocolate that you like in a gift for your family and then now you're getting the same exact thing lose it just becomes the novel thing for the first couple rounds. Yeah actually maybe heard me talk about this. But I'm a invoked. Good hearts laws. The reason why we should get rid of quota as a measure uh-huh. Yeah well I mean if if two good hearts law you've heard people talk about it. British economists came with this idea. That's been simplified simplified into saying that when a measure becomes a target it loses all value as a measure and when you think about quota is the perfect exemplification of that is is not only have a situation where according to Miller hyman. CFO insights. We've got less than fifty percent of sales reps even attain quota. But it doesn't really measure anything useful. I mean measures. Somebody was able to do something but as people who have studied right. His Heart's law have said. Is that part of the reason. It loses its value as a measure as the people optimize the processes to attain the target. And so when you're optimizing your process to achieve a target has nothing to do with your potential productivity because you're self limiting yourself to hit the target so for me as I've been spending more time in the last two decades working on the company's on productivity issues like yeah just just doesn't make any sense and when I write about it I always get people writing back to me. Senior people people saying yeah. We'd like to do something different. And because let's face it doesn't work. It's often going to be a judgment.
"salama" Discussed on The Jordan Harbinger Show
"Weird like the Prophet had it beards are going to have a beard and it's like you know later on people ended up telling me it's like well you know the prophet camels alerts your buddy yeah you know so his and I just waved to the guy and he replies to me while he comes Salama it's like I don't know why I don't know why they need to do that I think they should open it up to people and just experience it because people want to I would check it out yeah I had a friend invite me to jet I was like oh it's really it get in with you would be able to get in with it and I'd have to learn you wouldn't know no buddy whatever the APP is funding some people are like you know don't turn it into a like a tourist haven yeah but it's like have you seen the most already beat the Muslims there is like there's HAL KFC like right there like I mean and people flocked to it ACA and starbucks no that I dealt he'd have that uncovered woman though on the cop probably have to like black Marco Rubio starbucks Gab with a full niqab that's right yeah they could do that that might not have the.
"salama" Discussed on WSB-AM
"Now Yussef Salama, the exonerated five joins a push for criminal Justice reform in Atlanta, as part of the campaign celebrities including TI pay bond to get dads out of jail for Father's Day. India, ramps up tariffs on American imports goods targeted and in Disney tariffs include almonds and apples, as well as chemical products and we'll be hit with levees as high as seventy percent ABC's, Jillian, McFarland calls it a retaliatory move after President Trump withdraws India's preferential trade status. The president dislikes it when other countries run a trade surplus with the US Republicans press Democrats to come up with more money for border security, Jamie Dupree in Washington with no action yet on over four billion dollars. Requested by President Trump GOP lawmakers in congress are turning up the heat on Democrats to hold votes on money to deal with the surge of illegal immigration homeland security is isolating thousands of migrants to contain mumps outbreaks at detention centers read more on Jaime's blog at wsbradiOcom execs at Boeing attend the pairs. Airshow distress. The company's focus on safety after two fatal crashes evolving. Seven thirty-seven max aircraft. We have worked to do to regain their confidence, and the confidence of the flying public FAA has yet to sign off on Boeing software updates southwestern American Airlines keep Max's grounded through Labor Day, a North Carolina mom uses the fine my friends app to track down her daughter, after the seventeen year old MRs curfew, ABC's, Lana Zak says she saved her child's life says her car hydroplaned flipped three times and landed twenty five feet down into where we're Wien Macy was trapped under the car for more than six hours, a teen suffered a fractured neck. In other injuries, WSB news time seven nineteen traffic update has delays already building a Georgia four hundred and less than two minutes..
"salama" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Understand why I travel through the clock. Traffic and sweltering heat of Khartoum to meet activist and publisher. Hey, a Huta. Civilly Google in the Sudanese society. So they feel the socialist civility, the, the miserable situation of the people who are ill who died because there's no medicine. So the doctors were the lead and as full of talk to hear form part of the Sudanese professionals association or SPA say the thirties have loan covered up killings by security forces some, the result of torture by folks Afyon medical reports. Dr babka Salama sister has year is convinced that they're also intent on falsifying brothers post mortem certificate, which looks likely to be used in the prosecution of former president al-bashir. They tried to menopause related. You have to go, I'm very hill. And we refused, we said, no, we're not going to bury him until you give us the post mortem report. So until now. We didn't see that. Oh, Shia is now in jail. And protesters are hopeful going again. She Asians with the country's military council will in time lead to a civilian government here about a ca- Salama's mother, Sherry foul knows that, that count bring back some, but she takes great pride in what he and many other Sudanese doctors have helped bring about vanish do the loss of my son was very, very high price. I miss him, but I see the happiness the smile on the face of the Sudan is people, I'm going to meet bad because sometime God willing in heaven. The mother of the Sudanese doctor, bobcat, Salama ending that report from Khartoum.
Libya crisis: UN warns battle for Tripoli is 'start of a bloody war
"The time in Tripoli's approaching eight thirty six where the UN on void Libya has warned that the battle for the capital is just the start of a long and bloody war. It began at the beginning of April, when a military leader general Khalifa, half, tar, who's allies to rebels seeking to overturn the internationally. Recognized government launched an offensive on the city will since then more than five hundred people have died and tens of thousands of fled from their homes and things appear to be getting worse with both sides, receiving military supplies from overseas with Turkey backing the government of fires Al Sarraj and Jordan, supporting the rebels or the UN envoy, Gazon Salma is calling for those weapons supplies to stop. Joining me to discuss is Mary FitzGerald, who's a researcher and journalist specializing in Libya. Welcome to the program. Mary, what do you make of what Salam, I had to say. While it was a very powerful speech to the Security Council fifteen minutes long, and you could see the, the frustration on Salama's part is been the UN special envoy to Libyan average just over two years. He has been trying to get a u n political process aimed at resolving, the simmering conflict in Libya, get that up and running. And I think we shouldn't forget that the day that Khalifa after launch this offensive on Tripoli was actually the same day that the UN secretary, General Antonio Gutierrez was intrepid to try and give a fresh impetus to that UN a process. So the symbolism could not have been more striking an offensive launched by a man who Khalifa after has tried to undermine that UN process since it begun, late two thousand fourteen so I think Salamis frustration was evident in his speech yesterday. But also his warning was was stark about where the fighting that was. Triggered by half tres offensive may lead Libya, and there was one line that stuck out for me. He said the full civil war is not inevitable, but it may occur because of the will of some parties and the inaction of others. And I think that reference to inaction has to basically be a message, I think to e you Member States because what happens in Libya does not stay in Libya. And it has an impact on Europe that it doesn't say on countries that are fueling this conflict, particularly on how star side, the, the UAE and Saudi Arabia in the Gulf. And then on the other side as, as you mentioned Turkey has been supplying weapons to, to the US government in, in Tripoli. And so I think that, that, that reference to inaction and given the we've seen an inability on the used side to forge more robust collective response to. This guy during conflict, I think is pertinent, can you give us a short, but Reese a lesson in recent history Mary, because obviously in the time since the full of, of, of the Gadhafi, regime, Libya has been going through a journey of turbulence, but in more recent years at certainly been overshadowed on the world stage in terms of the world's attention by by, by Syria. What's been happening that brought Libya to this point while since the fall of Gaddafi in two thousand eleven Libyan had a very shaky at transition and it has held number of elections. It's experiment in, in democracy. If you like for forty two years of Gaddafi's dictatorship, it, it, it didn't know democracy, but essentially Libya, since two thousand eleven has been roiled by m s struggle over control of the country's resources Libya's home to Africa's biggest oil reserves. The conflict in Libya is not ideal. Logical and it is a greedy scramble for the country's resources in two thousand fourteen Khalifa after was accused of attempting a military coup, and he that accumulation that belief that after seeks to impose himself as military ruler autocrat in Libya has been a key driver of the conflict from two thousand fourteen until the present day and tops are I think with this gambled try and take Tripoli. There was a lot of wishful thinking in some international circles about how after his intentions about the possibility of bringing him into a UN process aimed at creating an inclusive civil government in, in Libya.
"salama" Discussed on CNBC's Fast Money
"We talked about the consumer a little bit. But these tariff, you know, who pays it? We do. So the president talks about billions of dollars coming into this country. What happens is our companies have to pay higher tariff to bring it in. They pass it on the consumer. So is that reflected on the daddy? Yep. Probably not. Maybe that's what the stock market is looking for. But I would say that that is something as long as it continues. Right. If we had this prolonged trade skirmish, or whatever you wanna call it that will be reflected in the data things will be twenty five percent high. I think there's a deleterious effect long-term here, which is that you actually see look look at you as pork farmers. There will be pork bought from other parts of the world. And that business may not come back dollar for dollar. I'm not saying it's gonna go away forever. US steel companies on average, whether it's aka whether it's new core weather, US steel was still prices at all time. Highs are down forty nine percent on average of cross the board since these tariffs were nets. How they doing? I mean, so you can't tell me that biz. Pisses aren't being impacted right now syncing. Syncing deleterious is an excellent high five five Salama move really been. I you laid how are you holding up doing? I'm enjoying was said big words all night long. It'd be fantastic. Be a great show. We gotta go actually be a good show. But it would be. It's interesting if the fed does let's just say the fed takes a pause. What does that mean for the US dollar maybe the tower, then get smacked buying power is consumer goes down, maybe necessarily good thing. I mean, there are a lot of market does rip need your. I need your maybe jerked market rip relation more fed. Still had check out where we stand with Facebook. The stop all over the map here. It is now down almost four percent. CEO Mark Zuckerberg made some comments on the conference call. We'll tell you exactly what you said that move that stopped lower. I'm Melissa you're watching fast one AFC NBC first in business worldwide. Much more fast money coming up next. Welcome back to fast money. Facebook. CEO Mark Zuckerberg speaking in the company's earnings call moments ago, Julie abortions in Los Angeles tells what he said about the quarter the sent the stock lower. Julia, well, Melissa those shares moved lower as Zachariah waited number of warnings about business challenges facing the company and various transitions he's at the twenty nine nine. We'll be another year of significant investment to make the platform safe and also shifts revenue to businesses both around private messaging and video he spoke to the challenge about transitioning Facebook users from reliance on the news and advertisers from lines in the news feed to the stories format. He said that transition startup slower than than they had hoped. He also warned about the challenge of making those user interactions with ads on stories as profitable. I want to be up front that even doing that. We get to where we wanna go from a feat only world to feed stories world. It will take some time in revenue growth may be slower during that period. Like, it was while transitioning our product to mobile. Zac, America, also warning about their investment in video and another transition there. Take a listen. Beyond the mission challenges displacing social direction. There was also a business challenge. Which is that video monetize significantly less well per minute than people interacting and beat. This means that even though we've made a video more community oriented and minimize displacement of social interaction video grows. It will still display some other services where we'd probably make more money. So you're hearing a lot of warnings there about transitions and business challenges. No, he did speak about the value of what's up as they build a business around it. He talked about the potential not only for users, but for advertisers. And he said that what's episode popular because of its stronger record on privacy because it systems are set up. So that messages cannot be seen or access by government or bad actors back to that that turn bad actors, but he did say that the midterms will be a big test of the privacy and the protections on the platform that they've been investing so much in Melissa the call is still going on..
"salama" Discussed on This Week in Startups
"Okay, let's get back to this amazing program. Okay, everybody we're going to do another amazing start at this one is clear road and Paul Salama now thank is the COO your founder and CEO Federico was too busy to pitch me. Is that right? Tread lightly or saying it, what is it? You know what? Actually he has a Frenchaccent and so we figure that my American accent. He would go better on MIR, I would've loved a little French accent right now. But Frederick this is this is a power move. I'm just a message to Frederick sending your COO and meeting with another investor. Instead of me, that is like the ultimate nag. Now I have to wonder like there's probably ten more important investors than me. He was terrified actually of me more of of you in particular, really God. I gotta work on that. I mean, I do get that once in a while. All right. Here we go. Paul, the CEO of clear road. You have two minutes on the clock, three to them. Thanks Jason. So in America, the people's least favorite activity is the drive commute in the morning, and that's no surprise given how terrible our roads are. We're actually facing a backlog of almost a trillion dollars. We've relied on gas taxes, but these are becoming obsolete and actually tolling solutions eat up forty percent of the revenue in the system cost. So clear out his solving this funding crisis with micro tolling that is charging drivers a very small amount based on the miles that they drive. On any road actually. And we're doing this are secret is that we collect old data data that's already being provided from connective vehicle technologies. So you're onstar system your metromail.
"salama" Discussed on KSRO
"SRO's with Salama counties. Most accurate dependable forecast. Here's Stacy James on the SRO weather watch ks our role. From coast to coast and worldwide on the internet. This is coast to coast AM with George Noory, what could the so-called Bigfoot beep. In a moment. William.
"salama" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Has broken out again in the Democratic Republic of, Congo so far the number of confirmed cases. More than seventy five since the start of this month is in line with previous flare ups in that country there are positive signs for an experimental treatment being used there but this outbreak comes with a dangerous twist it is in an eastern region or a violent conflict has also raging that's requiring health workers to come up. With some creative strategies for reaching people in, need NPR's Eisenman reports to get a sense. Of just how insecure this part of. The DRC can be consider, the experience of a top official in, the World Health Organization Dr Peter Salama. Just over a week ago, he stopped in at a, town called Benny that's near the. Epicenter of the operate and the night we were there wasn't a attack onto the internet twenty kilometers from where. We were. Staying that's about twelve miles away. At least. For five. People There are at least twenty armed rebel groups active in the area and they've also kidnapped. And killed humanitarian workers so far Salama nearly all Ebola cases in this outbreak have been, in towns and villages that health workers can get to relatively, safely as soon as they confirm a case. They've been rushing to find and vaccinate everyone that the sick person has had contact with and anyone who's had close contact with those contacts the vaccine is experimental and the strategy is called ring vaccination forming protective ring around that concerned case let last week officials got the kind of news they'd been dreading there was a confirmed. Case in a town called h. on which, is surrounded by violent insurgent forces a health. Team was able to travel there but. Only by getting an armed, escort of UN peacekeepers that's not ideal, says Salama certainly been too closely associated. With any fucking and Salama, says the WHO has already Decided they'll, have to suspend ring vaccination if a case surfaces. In a village. Or town that's too dangerous to visit long enough to meticulously trace the sick person's contacts instead they'll. Move to a less effective strategy basically making, a much briefer visit during which they'll just vaccinate anyone and everyone they come across before it's time to leave because we may have access for a couple of hours Vehicles discipline another, group that's having to tweak it's usually bullet fighting approach is Doctors Without Borders the organization has opened any bullet treatment facility in a town called Medina KARN Hoster. Is an emergency coordinator we have seventy beds Hoster says if this were a typically Bulla outbreak for every, patient that comes in she'd be sending a team back to their house. To decontaminate it especially trained group wearing protective suits who would spray down every, single surface, with chlorine to make sure that then the family can be reassured that it's safe for them to live in this. Place but many of, these families, live in areas that are too dangerous. For Doctors Without Borders to travel to especially since, it's against the group's policy to go in with armed guards and so one. Of, the things we've been thinking about is, having Sarava mock you know little house and then use it to teach families how they can decontaminate their homes themselves with a take home kit it might not be you know Professionally done the way we. Would do it but it would be much better than having nothing done to the house doctorswithoutborders is also, considering training patients who cover from Ebola to become ambassadors of a sort. Educating their communities about the disease when they go home but when it comes, to responding, to any Bola outbreak in a conflict zone she says if we don't find creative ways to deal with it.
"salama" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Has broken out again in the Democratic, Republic of Congo so far the number of. Confirmed cases more than seventy five since the start of this month is in line with previous flare ups in that country there are positive signs for an experimental. Treatment being used there but this outbreak comes with a dangerous twist it is in an eastern region or a violent conflict has also raging that's requiring health workers. To come up with some creative strategies for, reaching people in need NPR's Eisenman reports to. Get a sense of just how insecure. This part of DRC can. Be consider the experience of a top official in the World Health Organization. Dr Peter Salama just over a week ago he stopped in at a town called Benny that's near. The epicenter of the operate and the ninety were there they wasn't attack onto the internet twenty kilometers from where we were. Staying that's about twelve miles away and at least four. Or five. People There are. At least twenty armed rebel groups active in the area and they've also kidnapped and killed, humanitarian workers so far Salama nearly all Ebola cases in this, outbreak have been in towns and villages that. Health workers can get to relatively safely as soon as they confirm a case they've been rushing into find and vaccinate everyone that the sick person has had contact. With and anyone who's had close contact with those contacts the scene is experimental and the strategy is called ring vaccination forming a protective ring around that concerned case. Let last week officials got the kind of, news they'd been dreading there was a confirmed. Case in town called OH on which. Is surrounded by violent insurgent. Forces a health team was able to travel there but only by getting. An armed escort of u n peacekeepers that's not ideal says Salama We've been too closely associated with any fighting force and Salama says the WHO. Has already decided they'll have to suspend ring vaccination if a, case surfaces in a. Village or talent it's, too dangerous to visit long enough to meticulously trace. The sick person's. Contacts instead they'll move to a less effective strategy basically making a much briefer visit during which. They'll just vaccinate anyone and everyone they come, across before it's time to leave because we may have access for a couple of hours Vehicles disciplined another group that's having to tweak it's usually Bulla fighting approach is Doctors Without. Borders the organization has opened any bullet treatment facility in a town called Medina KARN Hoster is an emergency, coordinator we have seventy beds Hoster says if this were a typically Bola. Outbreak for every patient that comes in she'd be sending a team back to their house to decontaminate it especially trained group wearing protective suits who would spray down every single surface with chlorine to make sure. That then that family, can be, reassured that it's safe for them to live in this place but many of these families live in areas that are too dangerous. For Doctors Without Borders to travel to especially since, it's against the group's policy to go in with armed guards and so one. Of, the things we've been thinking about is, having sheriff and muck know little house and then use it to teach families how they can contaminate their homes themselves with a take home kit it might not be you know Professionally done the way we. Would do it but it would be much better than having nothing done to the house doctorswithoutborders is also, considering training patients who recover from Ebola to become ambassadors at a sort. Educating their communities about the disease when they go home but when it comes to responding to any bowl outbreak in a conflict zone she says if we don't find creative ways to deal with it will..
Ebola: medics brace for new cases as DRC outbreak spreads
"I. evolve spreading to the Democratic, Republic of Congo conflict zone and. This is a scenario that, health officials have been dreading so a week, after the World. Health Organization said we're clear of latest Ebola epidemic this new one popped up. Which is why I would just say guys don't jinx anything just do not say an epidemic is done or a. Little. Outbreak has done don't say that because something always pops up and I understand you want tourists and trade and industry to calm down. Relax. But you, know a lot, of times, we speak too soon Well they say the, outbreak in. The, Democratic Republic of Congo has spread to a city surrounded by rebels they said creating. Challenger challenges that responders are dreading they said one probable case. Of one suspected case of emerged of the city, of OH in VR sees North. Kivu province and a we, chat self is not under rebel control Salama, Peter Salama who. Is World Health organizations emergency response chief said the city is entirely surrounded by. Territory held by a feared you Ugandan insurgent group known as the allied democratic forces so they say for the first, time. We have a, confirmed case in an area with high insecurity This is a problem we were, anticipating at a problem at the same time we were dreading Okay in order for, us to stop Ebola from local regional and then global spread you need to get in there. You need to be. Able to take control and you need to nip it, in the bud Well if you can't get in there because it's an. Area. Controlled by insurgents or a group that could possibly do harm to you an aid workers you hesitate and a. Day two days three days maybe weeks or months go by and evola can spread like wildfire They say large numbers, of civilians have been killed by unrest, around Oita, aid workers priest government employers are currently being held hostage thereby insurgents So how do, we, get in there to start to contain the outbreak And, if the insurgents are already killing civilians and you say guys you know Avala killing some of the civilians. Are they really going to be that open to letting people come in See I I I love negotiate guys look I, don't, want you, guys get the Abullah so can you let us get in their door staff or get the people out But you're not really supposed to call. Them evil people patients that are being afflicted. With alleged Avila suspected of anyway so this outbreak is the tenth to hit the DRC since one thousand nine hundred seventy. Six this remember, has been around since the. Seventies it's just the the biggest outbreaks happened back in two thousand fourteen in the two thousand fourteen to two thousand sixteen epidemic so this latest what. Began on August one so we're about twenty four days into. It and it's already killed sixty three people out of one. Hundred three confirmed or possible cases and Salama warned health workers were expected at least one additional wave of cases so. Now these cases of made containing the virus more difficult so how do they operate in, complex environments and u., n. teams are only allowed travel to. Each, with armed escorts so if the. Number, patients or contacts of patients in the city. Searches the logistical hurdles not only the cows the cost will mount according to CBS News and, so the World Health Organization. Has been criticized on its handling of the two thousand thirteen thousand sixty in west Africa epidemic and we talked about that that killed about eleven thousand. Three hundred people so we'll Health Organization has pledged to revamp. Its response systems what went wrong back then well I think. A lot of things I think we were in the throes of a politically correct movement and so when people you. Know suggested while let's quarantine let's not let people come to the United States if they, traveled there let's try, and examine them that you know the You know with I think people were hitting gloving because they. Didn't want to you know? They, didn't want to trample on anyone's rights they didn't want to be politically incorrect remember there was that. Nurse that was pitchy she ended, up being right but she was furious that our government quarantined her because she could have been. At risk of having A Bola and spreading it And she threw the, biggest fed and I don't blame her I wouldn't wanna be quarantined if I didn't have to but sometimes to limit an epidemic We sometimes have to do, some things that aren't very popular And, after we had that one gentleman that. Came to New York I think it was on the,
Congo’s latest Ebola outbreak taking place in a war zone
"Start with the new and very worrying outbreak of the abode of virus in the Democratic Republic of Congo is just two weeks ago, the authorities they had to Clinton early outbreak in the west of the country to be over that success was put down to the rapid response approach device after the poorly contained epidemic in west Africa in two thousand thirteen to two thousand sixteen, but now more than two and a half thousand kilometers way in north key province near the border of Uganda, they've been thirty six deaths as we record this program, some of which have already been confirmed as Ebola. It's the same strain as before, but the outbreaks probably not actually linked the problem in dealing with it as the deputy director of emergency preparedness. Peter Salama. The World Health Organization told Claudia Hammond is this outbreak is going to be far more challenging to contain and even riskier. For the medical staff involved. The outbreak is centered around Mela beco- health zone, and particularly around us Motown cooled, men Geena. That really is the epicenter of the outbreak. We are however, receiving notifications of suspected cases that go beyond this particular healthy area and health zone. So they're being investigated in there more than thirty suspected cases currently. That this outbreak is completely separate from the one that was only declared over a couple of weeks ago. Is it because it's it's so far away across the other side of the country. We don't have definitive evidence as yet, but nor do we have any reason to believe that these outbreaks connected the distance between Ecuador, province and north keeping provinces is around two thousand five hundred kilometers. We know that this outbreak is likely to have taken off towards the end of July, and there were no active cases in the Equitor outbreak. After early Jews, how worrying is this new outbreak? This outbreak is extremely concerning in the Ecuador outbreak. I spoke of number of complicating factors, logistics affected health workers were infected early, which is, of course a ruse fan publication. The fact that the sites were much close to forested area. The fact that we have multiple sides simultaneously to address in terms of outbreak response. The fact that we also had proximity to Buddha's. So in this outbreak in northern kiva province, we have all of the above, but above and beyond. All of that here, the biggest constraint is security. There are more than one hundred groups in the North Kivu province more than twenty highly active and there is of operation really of Aleppo. Unfortunately, we've many of the areas which we're going to have to cover to reach all of the context out of the eight million population of northern kiva. One million people are internally displaced, so it's a population on the move, so that must make it much more difficult to work with communities. If you've got communities. So broken up on areas of conflict, metro difficult, much of this province is in UN security level for and what that means in practice is that many of the roads will have to travel alone who require escorts. Now, staff will require security, pistol protective equipments and not just the regular PP. We're used to using any Bill. Outbreaks to protect from infection, and we'll be relying heavily on the UN to help us with negotiations if needs be with some of the armed groups in order to access the population.
U.S. tells China's HNA to sell stake in NYC building near Trump Tower: WSJ
"We've talked about h.. A. on this program before the Chinese conglomerate trying to. Get rid of, debt by selling off some assets well now comes news that one of its trophy Manhattan real. Estate properties, is getting some attention from Washington more from Denise Pellegrini eighteen says it's getting questions from powerful US government investment panel about ownership of. Eight fifty third, avenue near Trump Tower an HR rep says the. Committee, on foreign investment in the US has raised, concerns about some, quote unique facts and, circumstances regarding the building's, location, the. Twenty one story building houses one of? Only two police precincts within, a, mile, of Trump Tower HA says it's taking steps to address syfy as concerns. And also says it's not true that the. Trump administration is, poised to seize a majority. Stake in the building But h day has been shopping. The property around along with other real estate
Dr. Larry Nassar, NPR and Yemen discussed on Morning Edition
"The live from NPR news in Washington. I'm korva Coleman. The Labor Department says July's unemployment rate fell to three point nine percent at the same time. One hundred fifty, seven thousand jobs were created. The agency also revised upward job gains for prior months. Meanwhile, China's says it is poised to impose billions of dollars worth of new tariffs on American exports, NPR's or Berliner pass more. This is definitely an escalation of tit for tat at China. Now says it is prepared to impose tariffs on sixty billion dollars of US America of American goods. This only would follow if the Trump administration goes ahead with its threat to impose tariffs of perhaps as high as twenty five percent on two hundred billion dollars worth of Chinese goods. NPR's oria Berliner, former Michigan State University sports. Dr. Larry Nassar is appealing conditions of his sentencing hearing today. Day he's asking for a. Different judge than the one who sentenced him two decades in prison hundreds of women say he sexually. Assaulted them Michigan public radio's shayna Roth has more Larry Nassar sentencing hearing went on for seven days seven days in which more than one hundred women and young girls told the stories. Of how Nassar, abused them upon handing down. The. Sentence judge Rosemarie Aquilina said I'm just find yourself warranted Nassar's attorneys say comments like this show aqua Lena was biased. They say she should be. Taken off the. Case and a different judge should decide whether Nassar may be resentenced the state attorney general's office argues that Nassar got a fair hearing it. Says judge aqua Lena was allowed to be harsh and voice the. Communities quote moral outrage for NPR news I'm shayna Roth in Lansing Michigan the world held organization warns Yemen may be on the brink of. A major, new cholera epidemic Lisa Shlein reports from Geneva the WHO fears this new. Outbreak may be worse than previous ones because of the weakened condition of the population following more than three years of civil war Yemen. Has had two major waves of cholera epidemics in recent years. WHO expert pita Salama says a steady increase in cases over the past, weeks suggest Yemen may be on the cusp of a third wave he says people are at great risk of getting ill because they are. Severely malnourished what we're, likely to see is even Even higher death rates among the color of cases that do occur because people. Just don't have the physical resources to fight the disease any longer. WHO is, appealing to the warring parties to stop fighting for three days so, it, can begin an oral cholera. Vaccination campaign in northern Yemen, on. Saturday for NPR news I'm Lisa shine in Geneva on Wall Street the Dow Jones industrial average. Is up fifty two points. At twenty five. Thousand three hundred seventy nine the NASDAQ is down twelve at seventy seven ninety this is NPR from news I'm Tiffany Cam high local air. Regulators are issuing an air advisory today through Sunday warning that wins. Could push smoke from the Mendocino complex fire and Lake County into the bay area especially the north bay changing wind patterns will continue to. Be a, challenge for firefighters but meteorologist Jan null says the temperatures will come down. A little cubby conditions over the decks Dixie days are are. Not going to be as extremists we saw, about a week ago maybe it's go to ward back up again the the temperatures are going to be you know into the low. One hundred's dotted you the kid sort of raised so getting a bit of a. Respite meanwhile team from the national weather service and Cal fire have begun investigating the large firewall. Or fire tornado that ripped through a section. Of reading a week ago in the early stages of the massive car fire as science editor Daniel. Benton tells us they released some preliminary findings winds. Were in excess of one. Hundred forty three miles per hour when an out of control fire generated its own weather system last week torching neighborhoods and reading that's the equivalent of an f two tornado considered significant. On the scale used for. Tornadoes the winds were strong enough to crumple high-tension powerline. Towers uproot trees and tear, the roofs off homes the team will be issuing a full report But according to a Cal fire spokesman there is no estimate yet of when I'm Daniel Vinton KiKi Dee news there's..
Prince William begins historic first royal tour of Israel
"Same time he will have the power to issue all kinds of decrees apart from the wall which affect human rights topics so he will be able to implement many lost that he wanted as fast as he wants and also he gave the promise of lifting the state of emergency right after the election he said this will be one of my priorities so we will see if he holds these promises or not i am from turkish service prince william the second in line to the british throne is currently on a tour of the middle east becoming the first royal to make an official visit to israel and the palestinian territories he will meet israeli prime minister benjamin netanyahu later today and palestinian president mahmoud abbas later in the week becomes amid a rise in tensions between the two sides a middle east correspondent nell reports this is jaffa gate one of the entrances to jerusalem's old city watching the flow of foreign pilgrims tourists heading into see the holy sites taking in the history it's remarkable to think that a british royal hasn't come in decades on an official trip here israel's former ambassador to the u k run process says this being an unofficial boycott it's interesting that took care majesty only twenty years to visit germany after world war two and seventy years for a member of the royal family to visit israel we all know that members of the house of windsor visited our region countries that not exactly jeffersonian democracies around us so there was no reason not to have a visit but right now presents royals off particularly popular following last month's wedding of prince harry and meghan markle like many locals britishisraeli linda lipchitz is pleased about prince william's arrival i'm very excited an heir to the throne but being princess diana's son i think israel is really love him obviously everybody would like to see that have been in you baby it wouldn't be expected on his solo trip the prince will watch jewish and arab israeli children playing football but political differences here on always so easy to overcome israeli politicians are criticizing his schedule for presenting jerusalem's old city as part of the occupied palestinian territories israel captured the east of the city in the nineteen sixty seven war and later annexed it in a move that's not internationally recognized it sees all the city as its capital but palestinians want east jerusalem as their capital palestinian official hanan ashrawi says the palace is using the right descriptions the only country that has violated international law openly admitted to roussel as the capital of israel is the us is trump the uk has not changed its position at still considers to salama's occupied territory you cannot expect the royal visit to come and become complicit and land theft and the legal annexation.
Asian stocks off to a mixed start
"Flash a very pleasant monday morning to you seventeen minutes past six o'clock here morning in hong kong i'm bryan curtis along with rashad salama looking at these markets asian futures i guess you'd have to say are mostly higher little modest setback for the nikkei as down thirty five points at twenty two thousand five oh five at roughly where we closed on friday and cash market prompts just to ten points you so lower so we'll keep an eye on that we also have snp many's down a little bit down about a tenth of one percent but for the most part otherwise china hong kong australian futures all pointing to the upside have the turkish lira strengthening about one percent this morning our time as president to claim victory in the turkish elections and lifted some of the political uncertainty there that had been a drag on the markets china will cut some of the banks reserve ratio requirements by half a percentage point that's effective july fifth that will free up more than one hundred billion dollars worth of of liquidity move designed to support smaller companies and also the scmp reports that china does not plan to target us firms with trade reprisal actions on oil saudi arabia said that opec would bring a real output increase of close to a million barrels a day so that went beyond the opec agreement that we'd heard on friday suggesting something closer to six hundred thousand barrels oil price now sixty eight forty four a barrel and that is down about two tenths of one percent gold at twelve seventy one yield on the tenure two point eight nine percent eighteen and a half minutes past the hour let's get a news update ed baxter's in san francisco and has all the latest ed all right bryan thank you research tie of turkey's longestserving rulers claiming voters mandate air john says he failed to reach target and parliament us president donald trump says when immigrants enter the us should be sent home without judges or asylum hearing saying that he doesn't want an invasion us fence secretary james mattis visits bay jiang this week he's accusing charlie has accused china of intimidation and coercion and the south china sea malaysian prime minister masahiro mohamed is seeking to renegotiate a long standing water supply agreement with singapore also taking shots at china and the us over the weekend south korea based u s troops moved one hundred wooden coffins just north of the border preparing for a maine's a possibly two hundred two hundred fifty american service people to be brought to.
"salama" Discussed on NEJM This Week - Audio Summaries
"Bola research during an emergency a perspective article by charlotta hoge an international correspondent for the journal too key international actors met sasso font yet and the world health organization are testing and a bowl of vaccine during the current outbreak in the democratic republic of congo dr see in collaboration with the ministry of health they must act in a state of extreme uncertainty the situation is evolving by the hour information is hard to come by and the ethical dilemmas and practical hurdles are abundant and they are using slightly different approaches dr hogue met with rebecca gray director of research at the msf epicenter in paris in may nine days after the who was notified of two laboratory confirmed cases of a bowl of virus disease in the equatoria province of the drc people were running in and out of her office exchanging information and getting ready to travel to the drc as quickly as possible to study the effects of an ebola vaccine in real time during an outbreak the vaccine safety and efficacy were very promising when it was studied in guinea and sierra leone in two thousand fifteen but the research was conducted at the tail end of the epidemic so it was not clear how much of the reduction in transmission could be attributed to the vaccine and how much simply to the waning of the epidemic further investigation is needed grey says the hard part is how do you make a series of quick judgment calls on the spot keeping in mind the fact that you are a visitor and you want this information to be shared that is the part that is tough peter salama who deputy director general for emergency preparedness and response spoke with dr hogue from his office in geneva also in may who teams were going to start using the abol of vaccine in the drc as well the communication has to be handled very carefully since we are bringing in vaccine but it is only going to bury specific people salama says it is extremely important to get that right and getting the logistics right is even harder why the va needs more competition if perspective article by kyle sheets from the university of michigan and arbor despite independent studies showing that clinical quality in the department of veterans affairs va health system is often as good as or better than in the private sector numerous areas for improvement remain in two thousand fifteen va leaders began planning for a future in which va and private sector.
U.S. Commerce Secretary, Chinese Vice Premier set for Sunday talks amid trade row
"So the economic impact is is at best it's marginal benefit from protectionism at worst you really you're kinda shooting yourself in the foot vivian salama commerce secretary ross is heading to china what can we expect from that visit well obviously they they intend to continue the toxicity if there they can make any headway on this dispute something that commerce secretary ross has said in the last couple of days with regard to tariffs you know to all the allies is not you know they're going to go ahead with the tariffs and then we can continue negotiating after that they really wanna show that they are not bluffing when they say that they threatened with tariffs but they are open to the idea of continuing talks with the chinese in particular you know the there are some serious issues that are still on the table with regard to the range of export controls barring china's access to us technology and other issues the products that they that they intend to tariff on they said they were going to release a list on june fifteenth and so there are some outstanding issues that are obviously going to be discussed you vivian let me stay with you michael ask a question by email that i think i should have asked you earlier michael asked to the allies allow us goods to flow freely into their countries that they already have protections in place against some or all us goods well this is an issue that the trump administration continuously brings up is that some us goods are actually taxed quite high and they don't actually take in as much us goods as the us takes from certain countries especially china in in the case of china that's that's definitely true and so this is an issue that the trump administration definitely is insisting that because of the tariffs they are essentially looking out for america's best interests they're going to create jobs this way they're going to boost gdp this way and essentially help the american people but whether or not that's going to actually translate into real world changes or whether or not goods are going to get more expensive that's the question and we are in a midterm election year and so this is obviously a very critical issue before we close the loop on terrorist and shown comeback to you and.
Can the U.S.-Europe Alliance Survive Trump? – Foreign Policy
"The negotiations from my point of view is his final parting shot at working family so that's the nafta talks separately the administration has also engage aged in trade talks with china this week what's the goal there the administration wants to bring down it's big trade deficit with china and also improve the way that country treats american businesses technological knowhow and this has been a kind of tense faceoff between the us and china the us's slap tariffs on chinese steel and aluminum china's retaliated with tariffs on us pork and other farm products china has also basically stop buying soybeans from the us last year they bought nearly fourteen billion dollars worth now they're buying those from russia and brazil instead the white house is hoping to work out some kind of negotiated settlement to head off a broader trade war and at the same time president trump needs china's help in dealing with north korea by the way trump is still looking ahead to a summit meeting with north korean leader kim jong un next month although the north koreans have made noise about pulling out of that white house says they're proceeding if those talks are going to happen npr's scott horsely thanks as always the evola virus has spread to a city along the congo river in the democratic republic of congo that is scary because lots of people travel through a port city and the virus of course is highly contagious as you will remember from the massive outbreak in west africa a few years ago that outbreak killed more than eleven thousand people well the world health organization is working with local authorities in congo to try to stop the spread of the disease and we have reached dr peter salama he is the who's deputy director general for emergencies we've caught him on the line in geneva switzerland hey dr salama killer can you describe the city on the congo river where the outbreak appears to have spread where it's now centered gift to the provincial capital which is cold than daca.
"salama" Discussed on 1A
"Is white house correspondent for mcclatchy who focuses on immigration and foreign affairs welcome to one i franko great to be here let's begin with this ebola outbreak in the democratic republic of congo it has quickly escalated with growing concern for containment at least forty five people have died and now a greater threat looms three cases have been identified in the major cd city of inbound donka it's a city of one point two million people dr peter salama is a medical epidemiologist from stroh and leads the health emergencies program at the world health organization the potential for an explosive increase in cases is now there we have more than one million inhabitants in bend decca beco also happens to be on the banks of the congo river the congo river connects to several surrounding countries including congobrazzaville and through tributaries it connects to major cities such as congestion courtney what do we know about the situation there it's pretty much being updated almost by the hour the number of who may have been contaminated as of this morning who said that they have fourteen confirmed cases and as you mentioned there's growing concern for a of for containment of it and that's mainly because the outbreak began in a very rural area but now that it's spread to at least one city that is actually really a transportation hub in the region there's concern that you know it it's a very contagious disease it takes very small amount of some sort of a bodily fluid to for it to be transmitted to another person so they are very worried that now that it's in a major city potential can shasha exactly so the the who is now concerned that there's a very real potential for regional spread or regional contamination they're not yet saying at this point that it's there's a threat to for worldwide contamination of of a massive worldwide epidemic but it's at the point where they've already sent in about four thousand doses of this experimental drug that is experimental vaccine vaccine exactly and they're there on on on track to send about another four thousand.
The Latest: Nobel laureate Malala returns to Pakistan home
"Danaher of the bbc and vivian salama of nbc news and there are a few people on this globe who whom we know primarily by their first name and one of them is malala the winner of the nobel peace prize who has visited her home country of pakistan for the first time this week the first time since the attack on her life back in two thousand twelve at the time she was only fifteen years old she was shot in the head by taliban militants for speaking out for women's education here is a part of her acceptance speech for the nobel peace prize i have found that despite me in many different ways some people call me the gut who was shot by the taliban and some the gun who fought for her right some people call me nobel laureate now however my brother still called me that annoying bossy sister is fine as i know i'm just a committed and even stubborn person wants to see every child getting quantity education wants to see women having eight one rights and who wants peace in every corner of the world vivian salama you are one of our pennells who has spent time in pakistan what does her return to her home country mean for her home country oh it's significant obviously she's become the symbol of fighting for women's rights fighting for human rights in general and someone who she's gone out on the world stage and portrayed pakistan as pakistan is to a lot of these people and really if they're so you know she she's a source of great pride for so many people in the country obviously there are elements in the country who also are against what she's doing and that's how she became known to us in the first place.
"salama" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"Lifting anything heavier than to ten or fifteen pounds mandates that was her issue with the state she couldn't lift she couldn't grabbed anything in lift lifted and that's why she was on this ability well he takes his hundred and fifty pound newfoundland to the dog grooming establishment as she picks it up and put salama variable 100 and injured here's the pounds as he's videotaping her with his fall oh boy oh boy that is a tremendous let's just say she stopped getting those disability checks i would say pretty quickly and i think she got some hefty fines and in addition to that right right well you know it's what goes around comes around and i pay it back you're probably going to jail really yeah so it is fraud yeah and i remember and that's what they hang over your head and so easy that you pay pay it back were you're going to go to jail right tell us about there's some of the other uh some of the things that so in employer at could come to you and that's a small business owner or a large corporation correct mum mostly it small to mediumsized is companies the come to us to do the background checks for individuals and the reason why is because the larger corporations usually have someone in house that does that doesn't and what is the the the average it do a lot of the businesses do that do you think almost every business and that her isn't vero knock as many as they should as they should that's my opinion although the business has been increasing since i started their four years ago but i still think that there is a white quite a bit more that we can we can uncover out there and he story this and it's helpful age guests fury it's very helpful to the employers specially if you are small business owner were meeting sized business owner you're going to train this person bring them in train them what about three three or four months you find this information out we're going to get rid of the person right it's going to be much harder much are much harder any good stories about somebody that was ready to hire someone you found out what they they did previously and it.
"salama" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Power accompanied by revenue this would be the world's second biggest power company juliette we'll thailand has seen an explosion of internet shopping in recent years its can seem has become more tech savvy to get that starring simply events for shots salama's online retail sales in thailand the growing by more than one hundred percent per year everything from washing machines to televisions to fish source that rate far outpaces sales of traditional tools of about ten percent it suggests ecommerce in southeast asia is taking off the pickup has a lot to do with falls through internet speeds in thailand and the success of online merchants like lozada may be a lot of upside china and south korea have high online penetration rates of between sixteen and eighteen percent in southeast asia it's only about four percent rishaad salama th bloomberg daybreak asia uncle or at the time is seven minutes past the hour north korea launches a michelin missiles over japan we get the latest from bloomberg's mark mills brian thank you japan's prime minister shinzo ave and president trump are holding a conference call on north korea ave said the japanese government was fully aware of north korea's ballistic missiles movement as soon as it was launched on tuesday morning ave said he will request the united nations security council to hold an emergency meeting to discuss further action strongly demanding stepped up pressures on pyongyang's north korea fired a missile over japan airspace it landed about twelve hundred kilometers or 745 miles off hokkaido in the pacific ocean this evening the heads of the joint chiefs of staff four south korea and the us military are discussing the north korea situation president donald trump said he expects congress to swiftly passed emergency disaster funding to respond to hurricane harvey in texas at a news conference on monday trump said the real number will be many billions of dollars vice president mike pence said the aid will come in several forms sir will be disaster assistance available for businesses of small business loans available they'll be there'll be plenty of time once.
"salama" Discussed on KOIL
"To have peace with an entity that claims palestinian control over your holiest religious sites jerusalem and he bre how is that possible do you know there's a new hamas leader cameras later he's in his fifties and he's already declared war essentially on israel and said it reached of israel needs to be taken then there's hezbollah which is the terrorist arm of the salama nazi regime in tehran which is threatened to send nukes in our country and having done that barack obama said i have a great idea let me give one hundred fifty billion dollars and ten years they perfect their technology because after all i won't be president anymore the b chiselling my face and mount now rush more it's how hezbollah now has been given by the slama nazi regime in tehran the capacity to manufacture advanced missiles bigger missiles with more accuracy for the purpose of hitting every square inch of israel how does a tiny country like that why is it expected to somehow you know what i think we're going to make peace with these guys how is that possible it's not possible it's simply not to give up your holiest sites two arabs who self identify self label as palestinians and why were added while i'm on the subject yes guy a boss is in his 80s now he's considered the moderate don't you know 'cause he wears a suit was behind the munich massacre and help finance he's really into financing massacres in terrorists there are thousands of palestinians who have committed or threaten acts of terrorism against the people in israel not just jews but christians and arabs many of whom are muslim and a boss continues to subsidize their families gives them pensions and he does it with some of the money that we give the palestinians and some of the money that the un gives the palestinians and we're talking about billions of dollars here folks at a boss apparently was very upset when jared kushner according to reports said wanna cut that out nice of pot he must be a voice for the jews.
"salama" Discussed on KELO
"To have peace with an entity that claims palestinian control over your holiest religious sites jerusalem and he how is that possible do you know there's a new hamas leader cameras later he's in his fifties and he's already declared war essentially on israel and said every inch of israel needs to be taken then there's hezbollah which is the terrorist arm of the salama nazi regime in tehran which is threatened to send nukes in our country and having done that barack obama said i have a great idea let me give one hundred fifty billion dollars and ten years they perfect their technology because after all i won't be president anymore the b chiselling my face and mount mount rushmore it's how hezbollah now has been given by the slama nazi regime in tehran the capacity to manufacture advanced missiles bigger missiles with more accuracy for the purpose of hitting every square inch of israel how does a tiny country like that why is it expected to somehow you know what i think we're going to make peace with these guys how is that possible it's not possible it's simply not to give up your holiest sites two arabs who self identify self label as palestinians and why we're at it while i'm on the subject this guy abbass is in his eighties now he's considered the moderate dungeon oakley wears a suit who was behind the munich massacre and help finance it he's really into a financing massacres and terrorists there are thousands of palestinians who've committed or threaten acts of terrorism against the people in israel not just jews christians and arabs many of whom are muslim and a boss continues to subsidize their families gives and pensions and he does it with some of the money that we give the palestinians and some of the money that the un gives the palestinians and we're talking about billions of dollars here folks at a boss apparently was very upset when jared kushner according to reports said you might wanna cut that out nice apart he must be a voice for the jews how do you make peace with him he's the moderate quote unquote hi ladies and gentlemen i'll be right back month over him callow news talk through teen twenty one who seven point nine pizza simple premise we give you the news so you stay.
"salama" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"The next aircraftleasing up rivalling singapore an island reserved salama bloomberg daybreak asia homegrown noted currencies china currency has had quite a positive run over the past few months is bloomberg's randy inocencio reports investors could be in for roller coaster ride over the coming months the un has strengthened more than one and a half percent in just the past three months partly on speculation of state intervention in the runup to president xi jinping's visit to hong kong this puts the currency on contract for its best quarter since twenty ten still some think the un is destined for weakness joe how a senior economist at commerzbank says un will likely slipped four point seven percent before january the pessimism among investors set the stage for tugofwar between young bears and china's government is the pboc tries to protect against downside risk ahead of the communist party congress this fall remy and asencio bloomberg daybreak asia all right it's time to get to the news six and a half minutes after the hour ed baxter joins us from bloomberg nine six the newsroom you've been featuring this warning the softer side of president xi jinping and that that's what he featured on day one day to is coming today at the reassurance saying hong kong as always been in my heart brian he says the central government will always support hong what has he says the show the central government backing to hong kong central government providing a strong backing over the past twenty years and so it will in the future me what he will visit military garrison on new territory today bloomberg steven angle is on scene and he's waiting for the president i'm looking in front of me up how easily three hundred armored personnel carriers and various other military crap from helicoptered anthem aircraft he paying we'll be here later this morning that he'll or in hongkong are merely symbolic or ego combat ready.
"salama" Discussed on Risky Business
"I pray every one unwelcome too risky business your weekly information security news and current affairs show on i'm patrick bright poor to put it another way salama dong any ski business at the up mean guky batata betty day informasi cam on on on took some water lord on young cut of jack harassed business you do now messiah patrick lay that's right i am back on deck but i am still awaiting that asia hiding from the astride in winter where i would be facing the grim reality of daily maximums the twenty degrees back home that's like 68 faranheit throw you americans burr as i say i am back on deck and we've got a great show for you this week we'll be chatting with anti greenberg wyatt about his cover story for that magazine he traveled to ukraine back in march two research he's story on russian attacks against the ukrainian power grid he joins us this week to share the insights he gleaned during his travels this week's show is brought to you by sense posed sense posed is based in south africa and also has a presence in england in london up but they've really well known for offering training courses at black hat and this year will be the th year that they've run training courses there as can be expected the brand new devolped security costs has gone absolutely gangbusters in terms of registrations this year up but the rules are offering a bunch of other courses nubby joining us to chat about trends in training in this week's sponsor of you but of course before we get into all of that it is time to check the security news of the last few weeks that good friend adam boy large and adam we nearly got third we nearly got her one of my vacations without a major incident but alas it was not to be in the uh the pecchia.