32 Burst results for "Salamat"
Ray Ecosystem with Ion Stoica
"So. What, other applications do you anticipate being built on top of Ray that have not been built yet? So I think that one excited I think sting is about engine that I love about. Of Platform which is general is that you can run on that platform. Wetlands, it was hard before because they for many deficiencies stems ran the same ought about. So these putting them together and I think that you know have these like. You know a lot of analogies like iphone ipad before the IPHONE smartphones you'll have different use cases or defendant capabilities which are embedded in defendant devices like UBS for getting direction as for. Maps and getting direction driving directions they will have Remember you know like a cameras digital cameras so you can have sleep. Utah this device for recording or You ambitiously ladders and seem like. Something that I on like bring goal of this guess at its go now you're an. Obligation on your device, and now you can build new obligation which can use. Like virtual reality you can put that in an indoor you know put together in in a game and UCONN. and. Some seemed like that which you are away at about was location because. Yes I. think that's one that actually did exciting in the big picture. So the example is I have in mind which I believe. Talk a little bit about Bobby was at. Embedding. Now you can have one system to runs. Hope almost the entire beckoned. And? Business logic last machine learning you can have say. Many companies don't run only one model on a number of modern Caesar backhands and then needed. To figure out which models are they're going to use how going to the request between this model. So for instance, if you look at the image and you may want to identify locates. License, plates like only have you know annual you can have a model which look at your image and Suzanne if the image. Has a kagyu identify Ikat only then you can look that. Defy. Something of that car, light? licensed. Licensed like that I if he's not a car, you don't need to do that. So that's an example, a very simple example of business logic that allows example business. each other, very useful cutting stunts. Some industries you need to provence I'm that. Relations in the you are going to make and to verify before you give an asset back that Z. Circulation Salamat. So that's you know that's another example because in. You know like like, for instance, say. One example it's about you make a decision on. Something like a mortgage. You apply for the mortgage and I'm a bank and I'm going to decide on that bondage and it turns out that if I deny you, you can ask me why denied I need to explain you the reason for that I need to make sure to tell you and to assure you that I'd be done denial because using Sam, say racial profiling what seemed like that right to check illegal. So then if I use them in and lovely model, a deep learning, they city hard explain what that is an has been made. So that's why but on the other hand if before I give you the asset I kind of. The asset to make sure that. Is. Not you know it's in. So to speak, it cannot be interpreted like being based on race or something like that which somehow the model had picked it up. then. That's one way to use a machine deep learning model, which I cannot explain in an obligation. We requires me by AG relation to met some rules and even be eight Boko explained that it was. I didn't use in my decision, some of the imports which are not against relations that. I think that's one. John Exciting sinks that I had so madding classic. settting obligation with developing D- obligation billing it on. And Platform
Bouncing Back After the Holidays
"To kick this off by echoing. What I just mentioned? Dead no doubt we had other priorities the holiday period from seeing family and friends from cooking preparing various meals. And so on. So it's okay to have other priorities confidence in health. You'll health con- always Saturday come first in your life obviously mentioned in a previous episode as well that we should still try to avoid overindulgence just because fitnesses and tall prior to that time doesn't mean when complete one eighty and disregard lifestyle choices. Either one I'm guilty for this. There's there's times where you know you're going to be eating body or drinking more when you do a regular basis so you all of your principles and say Saudi own a crazy. I WANNA eat what I want but this really isn't necessary. Enjoy yourself but overindulge for the sake overindulging. Anyway that's a solid as you may already over-indulged like I have. It's now time to think about how to get back into it on on the first thing to do is to accept the decisions you already made. You can't change the past actions but you can get back on track. Just move on those decisions. Don't pity about the action on the past with regards to your food choices for example and focus on the days ahead. The next thing I'd say is to panic and jump into extreme crash diet hoping this will repair all the damage that you've done on the holiday period such as the fire to the Paleo Diet camera of a numerous people but the key is that we need to readopt a lifestyle big more health and fitness conscious. We we candidate is but it's more about rewiring mindset going back to eating balanced amounts of the food groups do regular exercise making health decisions until again on mindset join set changes at least conscious choices in making trying to rewire mindset become sub-conscious extreme. Dieting can actually cause more problems on is worth Jeff Yoyo diets. Detox programs will is different. Cleanses out they do. How serious consequences research suggests that rapid weight loss can slow? Louis Metabolism leading to future weight gain and the pride of your body of essential nutrients was more crash. Diet can actually weaken your immune system and increase your risk of dehydration hall palpitations and Cardiac Stress. Obviously certain Salamat worth it so fall and according to Dot Rosenfeld all the professor of clinical medicine at well Cornell Medical College in New York City repeatedly following crushed is actually increases your risk of heart attacks. So that's the second tip no crash. Diets rewire mindset. As Brian. Keyed would say next up. We have some words from psychologist. Susan Albers with the The New York Times bestselling author E. Q.. She says the exercise can help activate serotonin which is a field. Chemical will help regulate your mood. So when you're feeling unhappier you'll actually make more conscious healthier choices later on the day. So when you're sitting down to breakfast eat mindfully potentially do a workout in the morning and this will have positive benefits for the rest of the day and you'll be in a better mindset. When she first gets up another thing I suggest as few to go grocery shopping in the coming weeks but plan out some healthy meals? Make list of the ingredients for these meals and then this way when you go at the store you hopefully won't buy anything you didn't plan any unhealthy traits through and find a few weeks time. They have some snacks in the cupboard. Because you were tough botany. I'm a super effective if I buy. It often was interred. Eat it again. This isn't to say that you should really have anything healthy but seeds the treat treat for getting back on track donors by an unanticipated. That you'll want something it's better to you as I said plow into weeks ahead so you have a path to success. Ask as you try and get back on track. So the first school I find thinking thoughts me to change your mindset except you've had these binges prime new meals void by anymore unhealthy food and this will set your compulsive. Success Dose for the next tip is to not wail self. And I'm going to say from around the first two weeks because I think this will do nothing but get you upset about where you all of your physique and honestly where as bad as the scale hidden shot. It's not like me too in Cobb's on this would have led to increase water retention. So this way it's actually the first thing that's going to be lost as you start getting back on track for your health and fitness and they will drop off quite quickly indeed accurate representation away. You Actually Act. It's not all body has been put on say avoid weighing yourself the the first two weeks or so and the fall for this episode the drink lots of water fluids are so key since all the alcohol extra salts and sugars dehydrate ritual body says start your morning with glass of water and keep drinking throughout the day wars at age or energy levels and brain function on drinking was before meals heels can actually help you will feel more full before they eat so they often restrict the amount of calories they intake during that meal say. hydration is careful numerous other reasons as well. But these are actionable tips bouncing back after the holiday period. I hope this has helped.
"salamat" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"The company. Bloomberg's down a whole says this could be a problem for the tesla CEO hard to know, whether this SEC is going to go after him super hard, and whether the judge in this case is going to go after him the super hard. But clearly the SEC is annoyed and they feel like he's not living up to his end of the agreement. And that's not a good thing. Musk tweeted earlier this month at tesla made zero cars in two thousand eleven but would make about five hundred thousand twenty nineteen he later retracted the tweet and said he would stick with what they said and earnings which was an estimate of about four hundred thousand well, if you live in if you live in China, and you light beer got some bad news could be bearing the brunt of the U S China trade dispute in this. Due to higher Bali prices. Bloomberg's Rishaad Salamat has more Bali is used to produce malt to make beer and whisky Allen Cheng equity analysts and Morningstar's as prices of high grade Bali will probably rise by twenty percent this year in China. He's pointing to the bruise themselves for the estimate Bali's latest example of a commodity roiled by trade tensions. China's imports in November fell to the smallest in about five years. That's as the country deepened, the probe into supplies from Australia. Even so Chang says produces confident they can pass along the higher prices because it's still relatively cheap in the country. In Hong Kong, I'm Rishaad Salamat. Bloomberg daybreak Asia. Six and a half minutes past the hour time for news as the opposition tries to take control of Brexit in the UK parliament, the prime minister is considering an extension. Ed Baxter has global news from the Bloomberg nine sixty San Francisco newsroom. Ed. Yeah. Brian. And if you're a betting man, you might say that that's what it's looking like from all sides. Now, Theresa May's looking at extending article fifty the Brexit date of March twenty ninth for two months. She's going to talk to her cabinet Bloomberg's Emma Ross Thomas. Be why she thinks she could delay article cookie. Which is what the devoid idea what she could not cabinet on Tuesday that make a statement to parliament. Now, the opposition labour shadow foreign secretary, Emily thornbirds, says labor scheduling a vote to put forward a plan to take control away from the government and that would be Wednesday. And she says the question holy game to end up with. No, are we going to end up with Theresa May's deal. I don't know. But I think that I would be disaster. And basically, I suspect what will happen is that we will be asking the public. Do you want to ease may deal or do you want to remain EU council? President Donald tusk says an extension is rational. And now labour party's Jeremy Corbyn says he will support a second referendum. So the dances on for. Sure. Security, very tight Hanoi. As preparations are made for Kim Jong on Donald Trump's arrived. Donald Trump's arrival today. Bloomberg's Stephen Engle is in Vietnam. We just getting photos of tanks on. On the streets of Hanoi. Heavy armored police presence as well soldiers. Our presence on the streets around. What is expected to be the main venues of the summit over the next couple of days as the two leaders, Donald Trump and Kim Dolan converge on what they're calling is the city for peace. And Mr. Trump says the goal remains the same nuclearization, and I think he'll have a country that will set a lot of records for speed in terms of economy. Meanwhile, the Trump family businesses told the House Judiciary committee, it should stop investigating the Trump organization based on conflict of interest. This after the committee hired an attorney whose firm has represented the company the Trump company in San Francisco, I'm Ed Baxter. This is Bloomberg. Bryan, sir. Okay. Thanks very much. Just about nine minutes here past the hour. We say good morning to Mark Matthews managing director and head of Asia. Research Bank, Julius Baer and company Mark we've had significant gains in the equity markets risk assets. Overall. Most of the investors coming on the program say they want to lighten up a little bit here. But it seems the market keeps powering ahead. What might change that? Ryan there's about a million things that could change it, obviously. But if I just think about the number one thing that caused the market to do it's u-turn at the end of this year and become the bull market is today. It's central banks policy, and that was the Federal Reserve first and foremost back in early January, signaling that they were watching markets and would take a pause on interest rates and laterally spoke about ended for their quantitative tightening. So if there's anything that could stop it, I think it would be more honcker central banks. But with the way global economy seems to be softening I doubt that's going to happen. We've got Richard Clarita. And Robert Kaplan speaking in in a moderated discussion later today. What what are you expecting to see come out of that in terms of rhetoric if anything? Well, the nice thing about the Federal Reserve is everybody's entitled to their own opinions. So I can't really put words in their mouths all just have to wait. But all I will say is that I don't think it looks good to flip flop on policy, and since they just became more dovish in January. I would be hazardous to believe that there's suddenly going to become more hawkish again. Wouldn't you think that a possible negative is that we don't actually see this weaker economic data that we've been getting turnaround it continues to stay weak? And then investors are just I can't keep bidding up stock prices while that's happening to me the only place in the world where that looks like a dangerous Europe Europe certain countries, like Italy or back in recession. Other ones are flirting with us. And that's the scary thing because they were doing what was it something like sixty billion euros of quantitative easing from twenty fifteen until the end of last year, and they scaled down just before the end of last year. But you know, what I mean as soon as they take that away the thing. Whereas in the US when when they when they stopped the quantitative easing, you know, the economy Howard ahead. So I think the major risk is Europe. And if and if somehow that European what.
Nissan's Ghosn offers to wear electronic ankle tag for bail
"Golden spin in custody since November for alleged financial crimes. Meantime, thicker, L reporting Renault's board may meet Wednesday in France and named to others as their chairman and CEO. There's also some talk Nissan and Renault could cement their alliance by becoming a single holding company. But France's finance minister tells journal du demolish that no rebalancing like that is on the table. Denise pellegrini. Bloomberg daybreak Asia. Yeah. We also have no sense e saying things are not at a stage to discuss capital ties with Rin are get a little bit more. Corporate news Thomas Cook group will build two new hotels in China with us joint venture partner. I on international. Bloomberg's Rishaad Salamat has more. The
China, US and Bloomberg discussed on Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia
"Warning on US China trade tension from the sea of mask the. Hit of the Danish shipping company says tariffs. Could slow. US trade growth by up to four percent well shaving off just a fraction. Of that for the rest of the world US and Chinese officials will be holding talks later this
Malaysia hopes China will sympathize with its fiscal woes
"On the eastern seaboard of the United States on, Sunday six thirty AM right here. In Hong Kong and in Singapore I'm Rishaad Salamat right three thirty in the afternoon out here in Los Angeles happy to be here we are about an hour and a half away from the started. Trading in Tokyo Sydney and Seoul three hours to go before we get Hong Kong and Shanghai the big questions this morning why. Is the Chinese currency up so much and why are Chinese.
Tesla sues Ontario over canceled electric vehicle rebate
"Briefly the, SEC is reportedly asking tesla directors what CEO Elon Musk told them ahead of, his tweet, last week the tweet was about. A potential, deal to take the company private the Wall Street Journal cites unidentified sources saying, the regulator, is investigating whether. Musk, intentionally misled investors Tesla meantime is suing the. Government of Ontario in Canada for cancelling electric vehicle
SEC pressing Tesla directors for details on communications with Musk: Wall Street Journal
"And. The SEC is reportedly asking tesla directors what CEO Elon Musk actually told them ahead. Of his tweet last week about a potential deal to take, the company private the Wall Street Journal sites and unidentified sources saying the. Regulators investigating whether musk intentionally? Misled Investors tesla meantime is suing the government of Ontario for, cancelling electric, vehicle
Exclusive: Tesla's board seeking more information on Musk's financing plan - sources
"Top story. This morning the tesla shares of about two percent in late trading that's after slipping about five percent in regular session some news reports have said that Tesla's, board of directors is planning to meet with financial. Advisers next week to formalize the. Process to take the company private Lindbergh's Detroit bureau chief David. Welsh, joins us now on the line David this. Story is moving very quickly now it's getting a little bit bizarre in. A sense musk said that funding was secured but it's not so clear. What do we know about that and should we even know about that Not clear at all and it's not even clear how much funding. Would, need to be in place or. Really what he means by that if you were to, buy out every shareholder and take, it private you're talking about. North of eighty billion dollars at? Least in the seventy billion plus range Current shareholders just decided they were gonna exchange their public shares private Shearson stick with you on stick with. Tesla at a private owner it could be far less it would, be whoever didn't want to do that and opted to take some kind of buy out Said that can be, as little as, twenty billion dollars still a big chunk of change but smaller than buying. Out the entire company so. We don't even know what the plan is we don't know who would go along and so forth Among the five or. So biggest shareholders have we had any indication that. One of them is interested in upping their stake significantly From them So much that they would Prefer to snap really think One dollars a share so selling it for, twenty years Private equity in west penalty About that
Elon Musk apologizes for brushing off analysts on past earnings call
"The United States at six thirty AM. In Hong Kong and Singapore I'm Rishaad Salamat and I'm Doug krizner at Bloomberg. World headquarters in New York we had a mixed day for the. Equity market in the, states the NASDAQ was up but the industrial average was down apple by the way finished at a record high right. Now in futures market activity we're seeing the Chicago Nikkei contract lower by about thirty five points relative to where we closed in the cash market yesterday and Tokyo will look at markets more closely, in a moment right now. This. Hour's top business stories Yep the Trump administration has confirmed its debating whether to increase tariffs on two hundred billion, dollars worth of Chinese goods raising the pressure on Beijing. To change its trade practices Beijing has responded to the news cautioning the United States against black Malian pressuring and varying to. Strike back at every esscalation the DJ's could be imposed. As early as next month let's stay with the issue of trade because the US and Mexico are said to You have found common ground over auto manufacturing this has. Been a major sticking point in NAFTA negotiations Bloomberg Sarah McGregor tells us the. Big question is what about Canada it seems like the US and. Mexico are sort of, in the boardroom right now at the negotiating table and Canada's in the waiting room and can they even make a. Deal over cars without involving Canada Mexico is the biggest source of car imports to the US Canada's right behind it at number two so how this practically would happen it's not clear right now, but it would be significant. If. There's some progress interestingly it was a day of disappointing auto sales for the month of July and we also, learned after the bell that Ford is shopping its money. Losing South American unit two rivals rish let's take a look at what's been going on with with Germany because it is. Joining the United States and Canada and taking a tougher. Line on China chose Angela Merkel's government to the first I'm vetoed eight Chinese takeover A German company in the grounds of national security the cabinet blocking the potential purchase of machine to make life field metal spinning life is. One of the world's leading producers of high strength metals for space? And nuclear industries after the bell tesla CEO Elon Musk apologized for being impolite on the company's first. Quarter earnings call he blamed insufficient. Sleep he made the gesture, during the conference call for second quarter results earnings. For, the last quarter missed estimates but the top line was above forecast revenue, beat tend Mr. musk went on to insist his company will, not need, to raise additional capital, this year now. Bloomberg has also learned that tesla will use mostly local debt to fund a new factory in Shanghai its first outside of the US right now Rishon looking at tesla shares up about nine percent. In the late US session Yeah see we went show where they're going to. Get that money from to build that factor anyway some things have been clarified, that certainly China's central Bank is set to started actively encouraging banks extend more credits and Bloomberg's Yvonne man has.
New Bills On Cryptocurrency Regulation Expected From South Korea
"AM in Hong. Kong and Singapore I'm Rishaad Salamat and I'm Doug. Krizner at Bloomberg world headquarters in. New York so. In about an hour and a half from, now we'll get cash markets up and running in Tokyo. Sydney and Seoul the yen strength in just a bit during the New York session but the Chicago Nikkei futures contract is essentially flat we've got dollar yen right now one. Ten ninety two was an update. For the, equity market particularly in the last twenty. Minutes or so of trading. When we got word that President Trump, and e c president Jean-Claude Yonker had. Agreed to a framework of concessions to. Avoid a trade war. Will. Unpack that story coming up and. Then there's, the Facebook story rish boy. The company missed on three major metrics the stock is getting hammered and as a, result of that NASDAQ one hundred e. mini. Futures are down one percent Yup it didn't look at those Facebook, says as you said getting absolutely slammed down about twenty plus percent. In late trading and we've got this is recent. Scandals of the how it uses. Customer data hurting. His business coudl revenue quarterly revenue and ease, with both I see also manage to miss the thinking. Out that we were also seeing weakness in Ford shares down about four percent in late New York trading the automaker warning a restructuring cost could come in at around eleven. Billion this will take between three. To five, years to complete Ford also cut its. Annual profit forecast just like. Rivals GM and Fiat Chrysler Ford highlighting, its business in China has been faltering. A bit We've got pink slips at Mattel the toy makers getting some two thousand jobs. As twenty two percent of its corporate workforce revenue footing back for a. Fourth straight quarter and shares in visa under a bit of pressure in late US trading that's even as card spending surged for the company visa did say that incentive cost will surge going forward Oh this makes a MD adverts Micro Devices a standard says up by more than five percents in late trading right now with its best quarterly providence seven years we go to South Korea next where the. Country's financial regulator is intensifying its push for the. Country's first crypto currency build story from Bloomberg's Ramy Inocencio Hog key of South Korea's. Financial services commission warns local exchanges are, rife with security flaws in, money laundering risks allow maker from South Korea's ruling party proposed Bill in March to increase oversight of the venues but it has yet to be approved by the national assembly South Korea's crypto currency exchanges are among the biggest worldwide, by reported turnover two of them were hacked last. Month triggering losses in virtual currencies such as bitcoin and ether Ramy Inocencio Bloomberg. Daybreak Asia Asia's richest woman is apparently run into a string of bad luck moon after Bloomberg's Yvonne man pollyanna to you'd wa has lost seventy four percent of. Her, fortune her Kingston financial group operates Macau. Casinos and margin lending businesses businesses getting squeezed this year by regulators sour loans hurting her company as well, in the, Bloomberg billionaires index has are dropping off the ranking of the world's five hundred richest people after starting the year at, number one hundred and ninety three Three with eight point four billion. Dollars she's currently said to be worth about two point two billion in Hong Kong I'm Yvonne man Bloomberg. Daybreak Asia in the US it was an update for equities the story, from Bloomberg's Charlie Pellett NASDAQ is. At a record while the s. and p. five hundred index, pushed higher for a third straight day stocks rallied on a US European. Trade agreement as for the global outlook, Kathleen Gaffney is director of, diversified fixed income at Eaton Vance management very bullish on merging markets but selectively there's a lot of tension going on in China right now they're taking a very long term view and they're taking advantage of these trade headlines to, make solid relationships with South Africa Brazil all of. Those resources that they need for the long term the s. and p. five. Hundred index up twenty five up nine tenths of one percent the Dow rallied one hundred seventy two points up seven tenths of one percent NASDAQ up ninety one Up one point two percent in New York Charlie Pellett Bloomberg daybreak Asia. And we're. Getting this hothead. Now, over the Bloomberg terminal, nine entertainment will. Acquire Fairfax media in all cash deal will get. You the details on that. Coming up, thirty. Five past the hour let's get. To Sydney now Paul Allen is. There with a look at action in New Zealand in early trading and a preview of what to expect in Sydney good morning Paul yeah morning Doug New Zealand looking kind of flat but it has been much to. This week at the end of may pick up later as it, has done later on the, day on. For the rest of this week is six futures. May modestly. Higher by about point one of a percent and you mentioned ninety detainment they would have been a fair bit of news corporately, this morning keep on MacQuarie group as well at the nNcholas. More announcing his retirement Chamamah Chamara vicar ammoniac will take over on November thirtieth she's been. Mcquarry full thirty years currently hit of MacQuarie group asset management duck all right thanks to Bloomberg's Paul Allen US ten year, treasury last quoted in New York at a yield of two point nine seven percent Yup what we got the second.
China says it won't devalue currency to bolster exports
"Morning I'm Doug krizner at Bloomberg world. Headquarters in New York and I'm Rishaad, Salamat in Hong, Kong likely to be shaping up for the Asian trading day of course Doug we all starting off with a, brand new week very much focused on the foreign exchange ratio. Because the President Trump has you know said recent weakness of the Chinese Yuan combined with the recent gains. That we have, seen in the dollar really risk. Putting the US at a disadvantage we had the, dollar. Retreating against the majors in the Friday session during a New York trading with the Bloomberg dollar spot index dropping. About eight. Tenths of one percent we closed right at. That fifty day moving average meantime the Japanese yen jumped nine tenths of. One percent we also had the. President saying he's not. Thrilled that. The, fed is. Raising interest rates and potentially slowing the economy let's not forget the. Trade issue too because at the end of last week President Trump declared he was ready to. Impose tariffs on all five Five hundred billion dollars worth of, Chinese imports US ten year treasury last quoted in the New York session Friday at around two. Point eight, nine, percent on Sunday Iran's president warned President Trump not, to threaten Iranian oil exports now the president has vowed to shut Iran, out of, world markets by demanding that other countries stop buying Iranian crude by the end of November however Hassan Rouani was saying do not play with the lion's. Tail it will bring regret WTI in the New York session Friday finished at sixty eight twenty six we're trading off about. One tenth of one percent right now against. That and because of the big move. In the end, we're seeing a little bit of weakness right now. In Nikkei futures rish Yup we, also go there's winning from the g twenty the world's top finance chief saying trade. Tensions threatening a global economic growth the. G. twenty statement says the main risks, rising financial valid, vulnerabilities heightened trade and geopolitical tensions global imbalances inequality And structurally weak growth factory Espy is in one is that he's covering the gathering dominated, the conversation here And there, is concerned that that some of the emerging markets such as Argentina could be impacted by the market volatility trade complex could create The statement also said emerging. Markets also face the threat of capital outflows the g. twenty by the way removed its. Usual pledge to stay away from competitive currency devaluations we got the. Dollar, trading against the Chinese Yuan right, now at six seventy eight thirteen we're watching. This, very carefully after the president accused Beijing on Fridays well as the European Union of gaming their currencies in a way, to boost exports now these remarks come after the president lashed. Out at the fed and threatened to ramp. Up the trade fight with, China even more peo- Matisse. Is EM FX strategist at Robbo Bank he says the could keep. Weakening from here whenever a central Bank launches Kiwi, currency tends to weekend so we expect the you want to remain on the back foot so we may see some stubby around six eighty but we might find bullish on now that sentiment is echoed by others including Frederic Neumann of HSBC. Newman also saying the BBC appears to have more stomach for volatility than it used to All right Ratio are? You there Does China is what really where I wanted to talk about it because it appears to be collecting more fans as it moves. Toward its Hong Kong IPO wearing hill has got Alibaba agreed to join. A group of cornerstone investors allows the Dow ten firms agreed to, by about one point four billion dollars in stock hill houses putting in about four hundred, million dollars and Todd but one hundred million sanitize expected to start. Taking investor orders today the IPO could raise around about eight billion dollars making it one of the biggest. IP as, in years right now I have Pfizer putting indications are shares will price in Hongkong dollars between one dollars twenty six, hundred. Dollar, fifty eight Doug well we have the former head of Fiat Chrysler in the intensive care unit because, of deteriorating health news agency, onset saying that Sergio Mark Joanie. Is in irreversible condition the automaker yesterday naming be fifty four year old Brit Mike Manley, to replace him. Bloomberg's Denise Pellegrini Tells us the choice shows that, Fiat Chrysler thinks the future is all about Jeep Manley's been head. Of Fiat Chrysler automobiles Jeep brand since two.
China Tower wins approval for Hong Kong IPO of up to $10 billion: sources
"In any other news organizations bloomberg best bloomberg's best stories of the day powered by twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than one hundred twenty countries around the world i'm june grosso i'm ed baxter on this edition of bloomberg best for thursday june twenty eight we'll have an hour long interview with moody bala investments ceo calhoun almubarak about his plans to diversify the us economy as the world prepares to shift away from oil we have a a wealth of resources particularly in the oil and gas field that's been the foundation of the economic development the oil and the gas and i'm going to be here for the next thousand years is finite and we have to prepare ourselves future all this and more coming up in the next hour of bloomberg best but i i'm brian curtis here in hong kong let's get you caught up on this hour's top business stories and the markets asian stocks are edging higher on the final day of what has been the worst quarter in nearly three years investors have been caught in the line of fire between the united states and china on trade chinese premier li could chung says that china will cut taxes and fees further and will stimulate market vitality and at the moment we're seeing the shanghai composite flat the hang seng index is trading up about two tenths of one percent and some of the other markets are showing gains like the tax in taiwan with gains four tenths of one percent sources say that billionaire george soros is seeking to buy stock in shell hong kong ipo source says that soros backed fund placed in early order xiaomi is aiming to raise as much as six point one billion dollars china is likely to defend the euan if it hits six point seven to the us dollar that's what the analysts are saying in a bloomberg survey and we take a look closer now with bloomberg's rishaad salamat six point seven that's the pain point according to the survey beyond that further weakening would sam the country's already beaten down financial markets most of the eighteen trade is now let's said policymakers would act at that level you on has slumped three point four percent of the past two weeks that makes it the worst performance in emerging markets after the south korean won now china has a history of moving aggressively when it act and that level of six point seven is only about one percent from here darb says it's canceling its new share sale on market instability and the stock promptly gained seventeen percent around the rest of the region let's take a look the euro trading at a dollar fifteen sixty eight the.
Hong Kong shares sink to fresh six-month low - Nikkei Asian Review
"And microbusinesses they cut applies to major state run commercial banks jointstock commercial lenders postal bank's city commercial banks and rural and foreign banks as well in hong kong i'm yvonne man bloomberg daybreak asia and the issue this been calling the tune in many asian markets of late trade issues could get a little bit more intensely in scrutiny this week the treasury department set to announce limits on chinese investment june twentyninth bloomberg's roz krasny in washington says things are fluid here but she's getting some word on how it might all unfold the us may declare what they calling an economic emergency to basically clamp down on beijing's very each fold looking investments in areas like aerospace robotics and new energy vehicles this use of the international emergency economic powers act of nineteen seventy seven would be part of the trump administration's response to china's alleged theft of us intellectual property and remember that on july sixth the us is said to impose tariffs tariffs on some thirty four billion dollars of chinese goods and both sides the threatening more tariffs in tit for tat action there david now one thing though at least that's down theme here the us corporate apparently do not have to worry about is having their china operations targeted by beijing we're getting reports from the south china morning post this morning saying that the chinese government has actually no plants single out us companies for retaliation as these trade tensions escalate and it says president xi jinping met with top executives at goldman sachs ups and pfizer last week to reassure them that he was companies are still welcome to do business in the country well the past two weeks have been ugly for asian stock markets but the sell might have gone too far bloomberg's rishaad salamat has more i know it's risky to say so but that's what i meant indicator is hinting equity gauges in china malaysia thailand singapore and the philippines have entered oversold territory relative strength index has fallen below thirteen that's usually a signal that losses have gone too far the shanghai composite just completed a fifth weekly plunged with the spectrum of obamacare looming last time are sl levels were here we saw a four and a half percent jump in two weeks so if the past is prologue abounds is coming in hong kong i'm rishaad salamat bloomberg daybreak asia now.
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"Translation if you want to be at peace whatever you see just say okay welcome to salamat ladies and gentlemen on w o rt eighty nine point nine fm i am your engineer and co host ruin atallah along with your host savvy attiyah and other co host a mice on this beautiful sunday the twenty fourth of june also known as the tenth day of the year fourteen thirty nine in slamming calendar today's shitty will as usual is packed full we're sharing a recipe one of our favorites summertime partly dish why do i say parsley myself because it has a lot of predominantly party for us firstly filled dish the author a little bit sorry yes we do we we change few things to for the american palate but nonetheless it is here in by the arabic community it's made with mostly parsley also talk about personnel which is a weed often medicated not to be confused with wild parsnips which is quite poisonous an actual this is a we'd we'd person up the parts and the person up person starting i was just teasing yeah stay kinda start with the community calendar and some music news i community calendar we have a couple of things going on we talked about them last week but we'll bring him up again in a minute meanwhile what's going on musically speaking well musically speaking we actually have some some pretty i stay pretty interesting release nine arab rappers featured in so there's there's a streaming service music streaming service in the middle east i'm sure music streaming services all over the world but this is one that is unique to the middle east called tunes yup or my pay my rent e and van isn't tune me is ownership and gone knee right so this is a collaboration nine arab rappers some of them we've actually featured on this program before americanmade so for example narsey who is he's canadian i forget his real name and omar offend them whose work we've played and quite enjoyed several times so this is you know the the the news piece reads in collaboration with nine renowned international air rappers and artists on economy the region's premier music streaming platform launched its first ever english arabic hip hop cypher on wednesday so we're going to take a listen to that.
Senate, White House gear up for battle over China trade
"On disney to come up with a higher offer denise pellegrini bloomberg daybreak asia we go to trade next and president trump talking tough on china he's promising to confront china over trade in the coming weeks bloomberg's andromeda tells us beijing should be watching the president's comments very closely it quite possibly he's talking to its domestic base i mean certainly that's a consideration but i do think that china has something to worry about i think that the president has a preference or tears and i think at this point it's gonna take a lot to knock him off of this path now the white house has said it will proceed with plans to impose duties on at least fifty billion dollars in chinese goods we may have an indication of that as soon as friday for its part china has said it will stop negotiating with the us trade if washington goes ahead with this well china banned fireworks across more than four hundred cities to reduce pollution as a result in new entertainment scheme has popped up to fill the skies drained swamps bloomberg's rishaad salamat has more these are actually shows featuring more than a thousand drones woman three d animated figures other images of being booked for celebrations across the country among those cashing in as a company called e hang it recently set a record for the number of airborne craft in a single display performance in japan had thirteen hundred runs in flight beating intel's twelve hundred of the winter olympics but the question looms how long before the regulators step in in hong kong i'm rishaad salamat bloomberg daybreak asia all right we're at seven minutes past the hour time for an update on global news sarah sanders has responded to reports of her leaving the white house ed baxter covering global news for us from the bloomberg nine sixty newsroom in san francisco this is very interesting this yeah this is juliet actually put up on our instant message this'll be a good netflix series and i think she's absolutely right i mean there are a lot of ways that this.
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"Bring in a story from the week comes to the station somewhat organized in some cases yes chaos as chaotic right and mesa takes time out of her busy schedule during the week to catch those stories that would otherwise not be covered by the mainstream media and bring them here to salamat on the weekends it is not just the half hour that we come here to the station it's the preparation it's coming here and it's taking time out of your weekend graduating kids and going life but then ports of this as mesa mentioned cultural connection the cultural bridge that we bring here cinema this to demystify the arab american culture and demystify the muslim culture in at large and in general as it pertains to the arab american community there american communities is far more colorful than just muslims from that part of the world even within the faith of islam there are different layers are different adhere to it and we also have in the marina the list you understand the more you know we hope that the less you fear a culture that has been made into the boogeyman and right in years at ten to four sixteen since nine eleven we have become we as americans become the target of scrutiny and unjust treatment here in the us and if i felt it was only fair to highlight the positive in the relationship rather than the negative muslims do not or arab muslims do not contribute a large percentage of the muslim community in madison in the us in general to the contrary the largest population of muslims in america are not necessarily arabs and comes true price to a lot of people in the initial wave of arabs emigrating to the us were not particularly muslims in the last century in the middle of less century or a lot of christian arabs at came from lebanon palestine and syria and peppered the landscape here in the us with the stories of immigration sim miller to those before them from the irish community from the jewish community from the russian came from whatever community that happens to be the flavor of the century brenston america in some cases it's asia some cases it so near asia some cases it's africa regardless of how we arrived to this nation we all came in here as immigrants except for the.
Xiaomi's $10 Billion IPO Risks a Cash Crunch in Hong Kong
"Crunch you join these upstart cheremis said to be preparing a listing to raise ten billion us dollars during the last big ipo interbank rate surge the most since two thousand eight in that way it could be a double edged sword for hong kong become international says in addition to driving up high all the listing could fuel downward pressure on the stock market soaks have already suffered over concerns about the us china trade dispute and the recent volatility in tech shares but there might be one upside the high rates would bolster the hong kong dollar in hong kong i'm rishaad salamat all right the time is now five minutes past the hour north korea's kim jong un wants the eyes of the world to witness the shutdown of his main nuclear unit let's get over that baxter with the details ed.
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"Yes go along with spring i don't think we're in summer yet about her last week so the grill hit me last week's last week's proverb was actually about the snow melting hurling and what is left behind after the snow melts and in this case all right that's that's awesome listen yard snow melts and i'm like what how did they get there last year okay well good now that you have a grill about to get fire so we got to talk about chicken chicken chicken show not to be mistaken by chicken yeah the snow or that because like souvlaki syria we call shower ma the gifts right it's the vertical spit skewer vertical skewer that could house fifty pounds of meat i and it sounds like as a sandwich in the senate pita bread with garlic garlic paste yes but the version we make here is actually just chicken breasts that is hit and tenants i was looking for that hammer and then marinated overnight i'm not going to give away my secrets chicken give you most gonna leave out the secret ingredient yeah lots of garlic lemon juice yogurt yogurt you could but there is another thing better than yoga which i'm not going to tell you savvy and then she can show no chicken shower midseason and actually you can find it at.
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"Middle east studies lecture series welcomes the shemsi will be speaking april thirtieth at noon to one o'clock talking about islamic reform and print between eighteen eighty nineteen twenty half a century after the large scale adoption of print in the world muslim reformers began to make use of the new technology learn more about the history and the science behind that kind of a revolution that sounds actually very interesting yes if you have noon lunch plans tomorrow cancelled make it there from the local news supreme court appears ready to uphold trump's travel ban according to the arab american news the supreme court conservative majority appears poised to hand president trump a huge legal victory signaling on wednesday it was likely to uphold the contentious travel ban targeting several muslim majority countries and this is the justices including chief justice john roberts and anthony kennedy a frequent swing vote on the nine member court indicated during arguments in the high profile case that their unwillingness to second guess mr trump on the national security justification that is offered for the policy justification is wide brush painting the much slim at muslims at large from the seven or six or the four five six eight nine countries hundred countries out there with the muslim majority that shall not be treated equally compared to other countries and while we're on local supreme court news the other one is supreme court is curbing human rights claims against companies such as foreign corporations that are now immune and cannot be sued in american courts for human rights abuses committed overseas according to the supreme court that ruled less tuesday refusing to revive a lawsuit claiming that jordanbased arab bank helped finance the militant attacks and israel and the palestinian territories the for the five to four decision ended a lawsuit by some six thousand nine us citizen plaintiffs including survivors and relatives of the people killed in the attack was filed under a one seven eight nine us law called the alien tort status that caused that accused air bank of being the paymaster to militant groups so ruin if we have a company overseas we can go ahead and do whatever we please that's that's all the couple of news i have for now okay so that means it's time for us to talk about right.
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"Hurt it gives it a hint of tartness in the taco blenders cumin coriander has onion flakes garlic flakes that brica saf lower what else and some heat and some here the taco blend do have some of them have but that is just to continue the continuation of the continued recipe from less continued week those who were standing by waiting by your radio right and as is traditional with salamat now that we've talked about the recipe i'm starving so i think when you think that would be a good time musical break so today's musical interlude is provided by an artist who goes by the label hello cycle epo is gentlemen of syrian background currently living in the us i think in the minneapolis area so hope you all enjoyed this is from an album that he released in two thousand seventeen so it's pretty new uhhuh till you herbie once she di wai di what i'm ali right in the middle of this semi psycho aleppo did this very track in the middle of this psychotic episode you know of of relatively progressive metallic electronic digital i don't know what to call this you tell me what can music is that i would call it electronic music electron not quite electric dance music but it's definitely parts of it are definitely edm returned to yards be when she had you i'm ali hassan it from a song from the forties of the lady's name escapes me but she says oh birds sing my love and serenade my happiness and hopes so that the ladies having a asking the birds to go out there and and do the singing to emulate the love that this lady is feeling so this is kind of a psych the acid rock now no no no i would just call it electron progressive electrons progressive electronic music was brought to you by hallo cycle epo cycle hypo syrian composer so it's he describes it as a project fusing arab heritage music and electronic sounds rare melodies of the bedouin mewa and choirs of old tara are carefully crafted with electronic solos and traditional old.
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"You couldn't hear my voice and we are all volunteers we simply prepare the show throughout the week bits and pieces and we culminated we collected into a halfhour exciting although i get occasional bribes of food from savvy let's right i ha i haven't seen any what oh cannot make me feel guilty would you would you have one community action eighty s coming up with that i feel go ahead mentioned you share uh we often talk about issues related to israel and palestine and so tomorrow the tomorrow the fifth mark yes that's monday the so um it tomorrow is the stop a pack national call in day um we will be posting linked to this event on the salamat facebook page um but we are asking everybody to call their senators and congressional representatives so a pack is coming to capitol hill on tuesday march six i and they're really pushing hard for the israel antiboycott act this is what is a pack nuts their goal that's the america an israeli political action committee and they are actually one of the most powerful lobbies on capitol hill is that where the most presidents to be have to appear and appease them before they run your even making the last last round bernie sanders within was the only candidate not to address the apec convention media because he believed in the word palestine and the fact that palestinians have rights to be represented i think he so there there will be a link to this event on the on the selamat facebook page and we're you know this is uh in in an issue uh of a free speech thrive regardless of the boycott yes we let you fall um so there will be a you know you can if you don't know who your senator or congressional representative is national representatives are find out give them a call tell them that uh they really need to oppose this we have one more online at pletcher well hey look at that we do so john into forest thank you very much for.
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"Swing by the studio get to meet mesa baby face throwing off a luck who who will remind you that ears to the future means you the listeners part of our contribute contribution to this so that we are acting the reason why i got the crew and today speaking of much drive we got one are one we have a personal goal earth selamat radio show call pledged a goal of six people in one day it's not unusual for us to hit that mark the last couple of times we came close the dollar amount was irrelevant as the number of people calling because that arraignment listener the ears so he want to hear from you here's to the future how many of you listening out there believed that selamat or w rt in general that represents that has a shoulder excellent part of their regular programming is worthy of this small investment of a dollar a day and dollar they i'm working on the railroad for that's a song the nodding the notting hill orderlies working on a route forty seven cents at seventeen we have music today i i picked the music yay and picked the cd myself a ventured into the library of wrc radio station the library is an expense of endeavor maintaining it requires quite a bit of work hours of people to come and file an and not their nails they're falling music alphabetically genre plea uh any way they like we find music in our letter that represents the air bic an arab experience culture of the singer is from lebanon and she made waves less though weaker last year when a ruin reported about though this lebanese bridge of a star nearly need him too the glenn a highly be achievable belted alone in an assassin's showing honey me then llmc to my huddle long nights long the living habibie lim civilian muharem i miss my lovers touch and i miss it during this long nights and he broke down no tall it's been too long lift him or her we don't know no that we love we reaching out the missing is a touch we are missing a touch of two more callers in the next ten to make up for her sloan is here but first we need to thank did you have the the pledge bell yet did we think eric eric tremendous thanks for you being part of our pledge of support today.
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"Dave no the now none of that name good neither the among who need the behind in the body the wounded the the white house them this way of that linnea wave no and again by that none of montana oh in the damn but the back the as well in your back we say the i never sits atop the eyebrow the original proverb is ally in math there are a lot i know how the sheep welcome to selamat you weekly tour of the urban nearby american issues my name is subcommittee on this sunday the 25th of february two thousand eighteen also known as the ninth they've dimaggio and themey in the year fourteen 39 f that hit it on the studio in in conjunction with subba i'll tell you hosting a coproducing the show and coming to you live and the resemblance of the name since my name is subi off the and that's subba of the it's my sister the serbian suburbs show on this sunday welcome back thank the proverb that i can of started the translation with prior to reading it an arabic is a proverb allying matalau and it had jib and the civil huzzah as saying or up i'm sorry at a um when is this proverb used the lane met that lashed uninhabited when someone is really important in this society light in terms of that beaches satis exactly social status um on was be i guess the um the ira eyebrow yes what would leave it's new for the status quo no if you it is used in in this and that send in that sense saw life if if you're somebody who's respectable in this society um with high status you say oh you are you know you on things will always be that way you're near the better than us right you're the one who is in charge something like that bedouin women of arab descent living in israel are championing social progress by saying the ira will always be underneath the eyebrow which is an ancient bedouin proverb also used in egypt egypt and other places were on the middle east but the earlier abboud or be off from the negative bedouin villa judge of that he jet interprets it interprets this proverb as.
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"Has to be it's sort of defies standard western notation has to be learned by ear rather than the actual threat right on a fine tuned guitar let's sent right so back to syria and libya the province was a designated is one of the uh four d escalation zones during the negotiations last year that were aimed at the breaking ending finalizing the civil war in syria uh uh for some reason and all of the developments turkey seems to come back as a provocateur and occasionally um a peacemaker other at peace uh making tables and yet uh there they have no interest in having the uh that the their neighbor to the south be in the hands of the enemy and were at one point let's say uh whoever turkey's enemy is today enemy of the day as it the kurds is at the um the the separatists within the turkish government it's hard to say so wanted to just chime in on that the delicate role uh the us names uh how messes chief uh includes his name in it terror list that will not help the peace process for sure and by the way for many arabs living or having left palestine in the middle of less century they considered isreaeli presence as a terrorist organisation a because of what they did to the people living on the land so when the us dean somebody yes still yes many palestinians living in refugee camps throughout the world or not refugee camps throughout the world just scattered throughout the war the the day aspro consider what happened to their property ownership uh homes a lives at cetera taken a force of deportation or forced removal uh is considered a terrorist act so uh for one reason or another the us continues to support the idea that hamas is a terrorist organisation or hezbollah as a terrorist organisation they can at will include anybody's name anybody from those organisations as a member of the terrorist organisation they would call put him on that list so the former palestinian prime minister uh who is a change and reform list received the highest number of votes in 2016 giving the palestinian uh uh according to the pal saying election at the time.
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"But you know um i dunno chanelle dick comes to mind what they are the best of the best things to draw from one's roots according to this middle eastern arabic artiste middle eastern orientational the twist on fashion are has to bring egypt into the in the international effort punk festival so amina or amna alert shed their we as should the agenda we is an awardwinning fashion designer who has trained of with the le saab launched last december collection called cairo punk so that's my next the outfit imminent garden and get me some cairo punk oasis for my wardrope its aging you know from the '80s '90s i don't have any it's coming back but i think some effort punk would you know match my hair style oh that lack of legco here's the listener at at home i cut may have relatively short last week to my surprise even i was surprised i wordings that i think my own at short i conducting my own haircut realized short in my here was fact we gotta watch out with those clippers that's that's rate uh how much land do you have one time to squeeze nope unintended one more story as we discussed everett representation in the government in which we live under has to somewhat represent the population living within it and no surprise some iribe they're making it too the positions of power especially in michigan eastern michigan lens thing the state representatives abdallah hammoud democrat from dearborn and they're can muliri a democrat from a bronx than township were both named as corecipients of of progress michigan's legislature roar of the month award hamoud a young guy just very handsome young young kid i say kid because he's under thirty he has to be under thirty i posted the story on our facebook to show you how henson the politicians are and how easy it is for them to just let the power go to their head and and you know become um actually sensible and their received awards awards for that do we have uh i can't even telling the clock is ticking or is it we're we're we're out of time okay thank you run thank you so much everybody out there for listening to salamat done w r t were going to leave you with a little bit more music from muhammed abdelwaheb stay tuned up packet parade is next.
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"Of the most innovative egyptian musicians of all time laying the foundation of a new era of egyptian music with his use of non arabic rhythms and his refined allude to claim now that that recording that was not him playing that is from a 1990 recording uh published by simone shehade who is a very when although he's also he was inspired simone shine was inspired by i've been i i can see what i might seem on chaiman he came to them that was one in twenty years ago i have a line i don't think he's been sidelined fleet is now and then we'll grape thank you ruin that was ruin off the la a doing our music feature speaking of music art could be taken in any way in any direction a palestinian artiste draws vivid pictures of women's suffering enrage uh here and or there and palestine her work could be considered a palestinian a summary of palestinian woman living under occupation a from gaza city and mrs hanaa amash art is about expressing herself and giving a voice to the suffering palestinian women her exhibit shin is december 20th or the 22nd in a last december was titled thirteen million was a symbolising work of a number of palestinians around the world focused on the strength of the palestinian women who live in harsh conditions under occupation she's only twenty seven uh but she is full of wisdom she went on to say i wanted to convey to messages first i wanted to send a message of love to all palestinians who find themselves uh a dispersed uh in different countries around the world as a result of the palestinian knack by 19 48 and to emphasize that the palestinian people are still united despite the distances second i want it to embody the historical role of women and serving their people and the struggle against israeli occupation and of course and other artist uh this one is egyptian but is hoping to um promote egypt as africa as part of you need to promote that it's a fact young pacers now nor sort of is the northeastern tip of africa is egypt basically it's connection between africa and asia major uh this is up the young egyptian and fashion designer strives to launch and ask ro punk festival in egypt to promote african identity and fashion as it relates to the rest of africa fashion designers find themselves caught between the traditional arabic designs and the traditional western designs are non traditional.
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"The the the predecessor mercy right right and the saudis came to rescue egypt from their evil elected government and they put a different evil right and fleet back in the hands of benevolent autocrat yes i love that so now they're unbending atheism just to please their saudi friends because in saudi it is illegal similar reactions a happened and and just like the brotherhood coulda come up with something along those lines to they could have but then you see the brotherhood were being watched for being not so brother lee so they couldn't have and i think they had better relationship with the christian uh uh living in in the country the christian population the popped the brotherhood you're saying the brotherhood had a better relations with them i think so i believe so i could be wrong i'm not analyse i'm julius but okay that similar reactions by the way um oh so far that different authorities have arrested up to fifty seven people in a campaign against the lgbt so there you have it if they have anything against gay people ill definitely have something against atheist and according to the egyptian initiative for personal rights he ipr fifty four have been arrested so far in in a combination of uh um you're crimes against the state or the religion and in general that said vague accusations there is a crime against the religion as speaking crimes against the things an religions a palestinian teenager who slapped an israeli soldier just face charges she's urban sentenced to uh couple of years in prison now i believe six thousand us dollars or shikles i forget yep but this palestinian girl who did that uh two weeks ago is that had face assault charges uh in this and the court uh but the up the other two uh other organisations see that differently than the israeli army does uh and we have a couple of uh uh leading stories on that yeah so um you could actually learn quite a bit more about uh this young lady and and how it is she bound up arrested by the israeli army uh so her name is added tamimi uh she is from the village of believe it's nubby sala nettie found and so she has been a long time participant in protests against the occupation cheese really well known among the palestinian resistance on she sort of an iconic figure earlier is only sixteen she's only 16 and uh.
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"The meanwhile uh these uh these threats were in some cases personal other cases against the whole country because of the representative at the un had to vote voted in their conscience on and we're watching those who vote he said let them vote against us period will save all watt what he what president trump is referring to is a countries who will not stand by us will be cut off from our money of the uh the the they're um immense efforts were taken by the israelis uh particularly the deputy foreign minister zip be halted lee who said that the the um there were asking of pressuring many countries to block the resolution uh according to this article trump is openly trying to bully the entire world to bow to his will a global hegemony has rarely been exercise so nakedly so this is the latest we will discipline you if you mess with us or feed on stand with us uh this is many of those tat tactics of for instance were deployed in nineteen fortyseven when the un adopted united the new united nations general assembly resolution radio one knows known as the partition plan in the days before the vote lobbyist friendly to the us a swamped several countries with phone calls letters and visits to pressure them to vote in favour of the resolution uh many people did not believe that the land that was to be decided to be the future land of israel was just lee counted uh the demographia was not there on the palestinians were made cleansed from the area including the coastal areas of palestine so rarely has the action of an american president on the middle east been so versa lee unpopular outside the bubbles of israeli in american public opinion and even in the us there is much unease about this move leading to a deterioration of the situation on the ground in the region and further degraded the degration of the global prestige and influence of the us that has route liban protected thus far so according to the author of the article russia the kellie kellie d this is a continues continues to be the arrogant arrogant threats by mr trump that has further deepened that unpopularity and increase the nagging doubt worldwide about his basic contempt yes to manage american foreign policy or competence to manage american foreign policy we will leave that topic then we'll definitely covered again in the.
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"The arabic culture this is no exception today's sunday november the 19th do not touch that dial it's also known as the 29th they of safad in the year fourteen 39 in this lennick calendar an event you are keeping track of the lunar calendar notice how the moon is almost gone and i believe if the moon is almost gone that simply means it's the end or the mom or the lunar cycle ties dan nbc gene gene nick who needs in that out we believe that that her game says is saddam o'reilly come in the studio and in addition to mesa is year hosting or being a good guest on our show to talk about life but before we go anywhere welcome to both of you to selamat saying here mesa we talked about food this time of year is a pumpkin heavy leg is getting ready to gorge itself on now cookies turkey's a pam filling stuffing of the unit but we're on a definitely traditionalists in nece at selamat radio show i'll be making an airbus d uh for this thursday with the kids we're going to make us stuffed chicken thief theor than this daily and not via small family you don't have the dea elders you're my my mom the the uncle there all of the people to be at the center of the thanksgiving table i notice is set to say but they're elsewhere in the us they career indiana i walk clear i'm gone to them i won't get to cook this year okay i get to eat nice in indiana anything within my mother is in florida and celebrating the are lighting some christmas trees done in tampa yesterday and i said it doesn't look right it seems like everybody's walking around in relatively tropical environment to to light up christmas trees it was unusual but we wish them all well and have a recipe today that would be cut a marble cut out or pumpkin preserve and we'll talk about that momentarily as soon as we're done.
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"For your for your support regular pleasure to wrc and selamat thank you muchappreciated what her her favorite shows salamat and pachyderm parikh nice yes yes deep and that's coming up next and by the way the pecking on parade and selamat started on the same weekend this january sixteen two thousand and five so we consider them radio siblings the looked ill one one p one other piece of news and people say that america's going you know where in a hand basket uh but nothing says nothing says taking over the muslims running for state senate are you ready for this you might want to sit down state senate i believe so the psychiatrist running first state senate in north ville in north they'll doctor woolam car dealer has announced that he will run for the open seventh district seat in the michigan state senate for two thousand eighteen locals are well aware of cod years as he he knocked on doors of about ten thousand families ten thousand doors he must be very tired during his run for the north they'll board of trustees last year got into that now he's taking over neighborhood what is this world coming to well i guess he lived in michigan since 1978 as a and he practises psychiatry so he has his hands on some good medications there for women sims who are just not able to make up their match do they do they summarise what it's like i trust us they tried medication lied when a cartridge those as a hand pocket full of dino might also known as crateloads wait a minute that's not can you even see little near did i i think as and it's not a delayed i guess you could say so the democrats and i can just see handful of americans who are vehemently opposed to sharia law going he goes the neighborhood who does seem to reserve a pernicious intrusive idea that any muslim in government is secretly pursuing establishing sharia law is the law of the land i think he would fit right in he served as the chiefs kyw tryst for the oakwood healthcare system for fourteen years i think being in the state senate of michigan he'll be just among the same people that he was treating different different pig grade and we have a smart lafayette ron wrap up.
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"And as i asked him last week on the air in and he he confirmed that the class will be wrapped up in time for salamat which of course is the most important aspect of it so in article appeared this week on oba weber in their entertainment section talking about tragic disappearance of syria's owed makers and there's an interview with and tune twowheeled one of syria's last traditional loot makers uh and his workshop in damascus mr twowheel comments while the conflict that has ravaged algeria over the last six years has devastated many of his of its historic craft the production of the looted the oriental loot has been particularly hard hit and some of you may recall from previous radio shows that i have a fascination with stringed instruments so this this article in particular really stood out to me would makers have emigrated to in large numbers and the dinner seen would use to build the instruments has also become extremely rare as more and more people need the wood for heating fuel mr twowheel says there were around twenty workshops before the crisis between damascus aleppo in hama and now there are no more than six four of them in damascus says tokyo and now we're going to listen to some of the work of the the who'd master himself muneer bashir who's been featured on the show before.