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Najib Razak, Malaysia’s Former Prime Minister, Found Guilty in Graft Trial
"Has been found guilty ofthe corruption in the first of three trial was linked to a multi $1,000,000,000 scandal at the state Investment Fund. One Mdb He was convicted on all charges, including abuse of power, money laundering and breach of trust. Southeast Asia correspondent is Jonathan, Jonathan, head head of of the the seven seven counts counts against against him. him. The The judge judge made made it it absolutely absolutely clear. clear. He He found found Mr Mr Najib's Najib's defense defense unconvincing unconvincing his his claim claim that that the the money that went into his account he thought it too come from a Saudi royal, the judge said. Well, why did you never even checked with the Saudi royal family? Three claim that he didn't have real authority over a pension fund that siphoned large amounts of money into this investment fund. All of these, the judge found on convincing all seven counts found guilty. A clear sign that Mr Najib's sway is no longer what it wass. Mr Najib's says he will appeal and his lawyers are seeking a delay to sentencing. Prosecutors allege around a $1,000,000,000 from the Malaysian State Fund made its way into his accounts. He'd insisted he was changed after 15 years of
"saudi royal family" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO
"Meteorologists Amberley for can extend seventy newsradio eighty five in Downey fifty seven degrees in Irvine at twelve forty eight well some of them have been canceled because of the corona virus and in other countries professionally games have been delayed or played without spectators not quoting the some reports there are several NBA team executives are considering playing in empty arenas as a last resort while the Bron James says it's impossible for him to play without the fans I am planning speaking of the phone is also up forty four my teammates play will not play for the fans as resolved also five zero two arena fans I am playing so they do they want to do staples center has been taking steps to prevent a possible outbreak like putting extra hand sanitizer stations around baseball teams taking extra precautions at spring training complexes omit the virus outbreak teams are taking major league baseball's recommendation and pre signing cards in baseball stand about the fan that cuts down on interactions around the ballpark players say precautions haven't had much effect yet on their plants routines but they are aware of the situation and that is changing quickly U. S. C. moving classes online next week even though there are no class and no cases of coronavirus at the school they're planning to test their capabilities and replace in person classes with the lectures online from Wednesday through Friday but the university will remain fully functional at UCLA three students test the decorative for corona virus after being held in self isolation and there are currently no known cases of corona virus at UCLA three members of the royal family in Saudi Arabia have been arrested if confirmed this would be a significant move by Saudi Arabia's powerful crown prince Mohammed bin Salman to consolidate his position prince Albert bin Abdulaziz one of the senior princes reportedly detained is one of the last surviving sons of the country's Fonda and widely respected amongst older members of the ruling family the other senior prince to taint Mohammed bin Nayef was next in line to the throne before he was suddenly replaced three years ago that's B. B. C. news security correspondent Frank Gardner crown prince Mohammed bin Salman detained the brother of the king of former crown prince of the cousin there's been no official comment on the report yet by the Saudi government three black astronauts have joined hundreds of other people at a memorial service for African American mathematician and NASA researcher Catherine Johnson more than seven hundred people turned out for the memorial service at the Hampton university convocation center Johnson calculated rocket trajectories and earth orbits for some of NASA's space missions she was later portrayed in the film hidden figures Johnson died last month at the age of a hundred and one it's twelve fifty times your money Major League Baseball fans might suddenly find they're paying for the wrong TV service that's the case with more than twenty regional sports networks are starting to see some of these pay TV distributors saying that we're not going to carry the sports channels anymore because they're so expensive media reporter Jerry Smith says cable companies are reluctant to pass more cost along to customers who are already in a cord cutting mood of course not carrying regional sports is also risky you can switch to another provider Yusen clear network will broadcast Chicago cubs games this year I love the idea of the network this is gonna make the TV the more special but the debut of the marquee sports network was spoiled for cubs fans who subscribe to Comcast which has yet to add the channel.
Senior members of Saudi Royal family detained
"There are reports today at least two members of Saudi Arabia's royal family being arrested on charges of plotting to overthrow the country's current leaders and BBC security correspondent Frank Gardner says that would be a very big deal if confirmed this would be a significant move by Saudi Arabia's powerful crown prince Mohammed bin Salman to consolidate his position comes up in a blouse he's one of the senior princes reportedly detained is one of the last surviving sons of the country's funda and widely respected amongst older members of the ruling family the other senior prince to taint Mohammed bin Nayef was next in line to the throne before he was suddenly replaced three years ago and there's been no official comment on those reports yet from the Saudi
"saudi royal family" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880
"Games islanders lose to the hurricanes three to two Rangers host the devils tonight fair skies and forty seven degrees on this Saturday March seventh good afternoon I'm John Metaxas just headline this is WCBS newsradio eight it's six o'clock B. C. B. S. news on the hour sponsored by dell small business I'm Sam Litzinger passengers trapped aboard a U. S. cruise ship stranded by corona virus outbreak are getting anxious as the vessel idols off the coast of San Francisco with little news on when they'll be allowed to disembark twenty one people on board the ship of tested positive for the virus nineteen crew members to passengers Connecticut public health commissioner Dr Renee Coleman Mitchell has some advice for us no touching no touching with your nose your mouth your ice I asked the people from now on to the elbow bump not even the fist bump the album South Carolina epidemiologist Linda bell there is no reason to alter your daily routines other than to continue to be vigilant about keeping germs from spreading by covering coughs and sneezes washing hands frequently with warm soap and water and staying home when sick Washington DC is now reporting its first apparent coronavirus case moves were dozens of health screeners and other employees at Los Angeles International Airport in order to self quarantine after two colleagues tested positive the two screeners were checking passengers arriving at LA acts on the international flights into the U. S. democratic presidential contenders Joe Biden and Bernie Sanders are focusing on Tuesday contests in several states CBS news correspondent call Killian says three hundred and fifty two delegates are at stake there will be six states voting at including at Michigan and Michigan really is the state that everyone is watching for obvious reasons it's a critical battleground but more significantly for Bernie Sanders is the state he narrowly won in twenty sixteen hundred and twenty five delegates in Michigan alone BBC news correspondent Frank Gardner says there's word to members of the Saudi royal family been arrested after plotting to overthrow king Solomon and his son crown prince Mohammed bin Salman if confirmed this would be a significant move by Saudi Arabia's powerful crown prince Muhammad bin Salman to consolidate his position comes up in a blouse he's one of the senior princes reportedly detained is one of the last surviving sons of the country's founder king Abdulaziz and widely respected amongst older members of the ruling family the other senior prince to taint Mohammed bin Nayef was next in line to the throne before he was suddenly replaced three years ago yeah I did a rod trail sled dog races held a ceremonial start in anchorage Alaska this year's field fifty seven mushers is the second smallest in the past two decades interest in the world's most famous sled dog races dropped in recent years partly because a smaller cash prizes that'll rights activists have also stepped up pressure on sponsors to drop their support this is CBS news save up to forty five percent during del semi annual sale on business laptops and desktops with Intel core processors call eight seven seven by dell or visit dell dot com slash business deals your news live and local this is WCBS newsradio eight eight a radio dot com station fair skies nice looking sunset and with that forty seven degrees in the city right now we'll have a moon lit sky the winds will diminish will reach a low of thirty four in the city but upper twenties across the suburbs tomorrow is going to be a nice day it'll turn milder with plenty of sunshine and a high of fifty eight degrees W. CBS news time six oh three governor Cuomo has declared a state of emergency in New York over the corona virus as the number of cases here continue to climb with now seventy six cases statewide seventy six and that brings the total for Westchester two fifty seven cases Westchester is an obvious problem for us recent cases Hey in Westchester governor Cuomo says twenty three of them were related to the outbreak in new Rochelle apparent in summers in northern Westchester reportedly has tested positive low HUD reports Somers central school district will be closed this weekend and on Monday so maintenance staff can perform a deep clean of all for school building state health officials had recommended it of the seven new cases in New York state since yesterday to got off a cruise ship and five were community spread one of the patients is in the hospital in the Rockaways in the east Ramapo central school district in Rockland five students have been quarantined at the recommendation of county health officials though they are not showing symptoms in New Jersey has of this morning there were four confirmed cases acting governor Sheila Oliver who's in charge will governor Murphy recovers from successful surgery addressed the media today we have completed twenty nine twenty five of those tests have returned as negative and for our presumptive positive we currently have four tests in progress one from Union County one from Mercer county and two from Bergen county she said one of the cases in Bergen county is linked to the temple young Israel break out in Westchester separately the American conservative union says one of those New Jersey cases was a person who attended at C. pac conference earlier this month in Connecticut no residents have been diagnosed with corona virus but there are now two cases in New York right in New York residents who work in Connecticut hospitals viruses don't stop at state borders governor Ned Lamont said in the statement the latest cases a doctor at Bridgeport.
Saudi Arabia: Two Members of Royal Family Are Arrested
"Two members of the Saudi royal family reportedly have been arrested the Wall Street journal reports guards from the royal court yesterday morning detained one of the king's brothers and one of his nephews and charging him with treason BBC security correspondent Frank Gardner if confirmed then this would be a significant move by Saudi Arabia's powerful crown prince Mohammed bin Salman to consolidate his position both men facing a life in prison or
Saudi Arabia sentences 5 to death for killing of Jamal Khashoggi
"In Saudi Arabia. Today accord sentence five men to death for the killing of Washington Post journalist Jamal Ca Shoji the decision seen. There's a positive move by the White House but denounced by those who claim. The Saudi royal family was behind the killing. Kira Simmons has more tonight. The White House describing death sentences for the murderers of Washington Post journalist. Jamal Khashoggi as an important step. Saudi public prosecutor announcing capital punishment for five individuals for committing and directly participating in the murder. Another three men sentenced to a total of twenty four years in prison for covering it up but this man former senior adviser to the crown prince was cleared because of insufficient evidence the deputy head of intelligence also acquitted quitted that despite the believing Crown Prince Mohammad bin Salman order the killing the crown prince denying Alicia in a September. CBS interview. You absolutely not. This was a heinous crime and many questions remain unanswered. Mystical short body is still missing. After he entered the Saudi consulate in Istanbul. In October last year and was dismembered. The sentence is welcome tonight by one of Jamaica Shaw ji-sung's but criticized is by many around the world The Washington Post and a senior U. N. investigator cooling it a travesty of
"saudi royal family" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO
"Mean the Saudi royal family are holding all the cards holiday travelers are facing some snow in the west rain and flooding in the southeast here's CBS news meteorologist Jeff Barrett deli the worst disruptions to holiday travel look to be today on the southeast coast through tonight then things start to get better although there's gonna be a few storms passing through the west coast moderate storms not very significant ones but done the last around travel time it certainly will cause some travel delay China says it'll lower import tariffs on more than eight hundred fifty products next month analysts say it shows China's desire to show a willingness to work toward an agreement with the US CBS news business analyst Jill Schlesinger we know that this is part of this phase one trade deal and that this particular action will lower tariffs for all trading partners on eight hundred fifty nine types of products on that could mean everything to frozen pork and semi conductors and some medicines as well what team pays its players the most believe it or not it's not an American T. but rather one from this morning intelligence research firms as Barcelona pays its players an average of nearly thirteen million dollars a year top U. S. team for average pay the NBA's Portland trailblazers that was up a hundred twenty four this is CBS news Capital One is re imagining banking offering accounts with no fees or minimums that can be opened in five minutes Capital One what's in your wallet Capital One N. A. member.
Saudi Arabia recruited Twitter employees charged with spying
"Were working for Twitter until they were charged with accessing private user data on behalf of the Saudi royal family the two now former Twitter employees are accused of using their company credentials to gain access to non public user information for the Saudi royal family information like email and I. P. addresses it could according to prosecutors allow the Saudi government to locate its critics the F. B. I. and prosecutors believe the two employees were compensated by the Saudi royal family to access Twitter data on its critics and on thousands of
Hatice Cengiz's mission: Don't forget Jamal Khashoggi
"I'm with ruler Caliph the deputy editor of the F. T. and she's had recently rather astonishing interview. She met recently Hattie's challenges who of course found herself at the center of an international drama indeed something of a horror story last October. This is when the young Turkish academic were seen waiting outside the Saudi consulate in Istanbul for her fiance who never appeared that man of course was the Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi details of whose murder at the hands of Saudi the thugs would leak out over the coming days and weeks so so really just start by telling us. What is the state of the investigation into Khashoggi's death? Well depends what you mean by investigation and which investigation in Saudi Arabia Arabia a group of people are being put on trial but we know very little about this trial elsewhere. There has been a U._N.. report by a U._N.. Expert on the murder however that report does not or have any legal basis it only makes recommendations and it has recommended an impartial international investigation for that to happen however you would need you on Security Council approval and I don't expect that exactly exactly 'cause you're touching on the really important point of the sort of full out of this whole saga namely. It doesn't look as if we're going to be many repercussions for the Saudi regime does it and why is that. I think that there were initially some repercussions for the. The Saudi regime mainly reputational a lot of business. People and political figures stayed away from Saudi Arabia. There was a bit conference. That was a flop but I think over time things of return to normal. I don't think the reputation of the Crown Prince Mohammad bin Salman the man we know as and BS will ever really fully recover but I think that once Western governments and especially the U._S. government can't say that doing business with Saudi Arabia's fine he was for example at the g twenty in fact Saudi Arabia is going to be hosting the g twenty next year that is kind of rehabilitation Saudi Arabia hosting the g twenty year stunning given all that happened and imagine particularly appalling news for your lunch companion. The other day had tease Chang who is campaigning passionately for Kashoggi's motorists to be brought to justice. is is Here a clip now so I want to know who gave the order to kill them out and who else knew I want to know. Where is his body? I implore you to take action darkness essay. It is time for sanctions so that was her tease. Chang is speaking at the U._N.. Human Rights Council in Geneva last month. The Agnes was referring to as Agnes Calamar the special reporter on extrajudicial killings who had in fact just revealed called the results of this investigation you talking about ruler which found quote credible evidence clothes quotes that senior Saudis implicated in Mr Kashoggi's murder but let's turn to at t's challenges this was a powerful and really poignant. Poignant interview you had to do rule tell us what impression did you make. It was obviously a painful interview. It's painful for her to speak about Sharma but I think she's also now very driven. She is so frustrated by the silence she so frustrated by the fact that there has been no action that she's now turned this into her mission. Jomo Hachioji was essentially fighting for human rights. It's this is what he was writing about and she now feels that she has to take up that fight as I write in my lunch with the F. T. she now knows that she is part of the story. She's been studying the Middle East for a long time and now she feels that she's become one of its victims and there are so many of them so she was fighting back tears the whole lunch at one point when she tells me about the nights when she knew for sure that Jamal was dead. That's when her tears came rushing down one of the many things that struck me about her accounting hug conversation with you was relatively brief had in her relationship with Jamalco. Gee I mean they don't known each other for a few months. I wonder if you could just say a little bit about how they met in the nature of their relationship yes they only met in May of last year they met at a conference about the Gulf in Istanbul. Jamaa was speaking at that conference and she had only known him as someone who should seen on T._v.. She'd read him. She was very interested in Saudi Arabia and she was very keen to interview him about what. What was going on in Saudi Arabia what he was writing about and so she just goes up to him and introduces herself and says can we talk? Can you give me a few minutes and she speaks to him in Arabic because she speaks pretty fluent Arabic and I think that impresses impresses Jamal and so they meet up he asks her by Turkish awesome about Saudi and then she contact him again to tell him when the story is going to be published and two. I think check some quotes that's next time he goes to Turkey. They meet up again but this was a very quick romance in many ways but from what she told me this also has to do with the fact that Jemaah was in a very uncomfortable place ace at the time he was sort of looking for a new life. He'd been exiled in the U._S.. He was on his own so he was looking for a companion and he was very depressed and I think that they found in each other. You know the person she understood him. He understood her and so yes. This was a marathon romance. When he was murdered? He was writing columns for the Washington Post but as his then fiancee points out in this interview he actually in previous part of his life. He'd been an advisor to some members of the Saudi Royal Family Herself says in this interview one of the many powerful lines she says Jamal was from the palace not from outside it. He was not their enemy. Can you tell us why were they so frightened of him. Why did they have to kill him well? It's a very good question Alec. I don't think that anyone really knows why they were so frightened of him but it is also possible that they weren't that frightened of him. They had a strategy. Ah of silencing anyone who was critical of the Crown Prince Jamal wasn't the only one many of journals friends who stayed in Saudi Arabia are in jail and this new regime demint Saudi Arabia requires not only that you don't criticize they require that you approve the reason Jamal had left was because he did not want to engage and to support award a very hostile strategy towards cutter he was required to write in support of the strategy and that's where he drew the line and so there is such an intolerance that even someone who is only a writer actually not a writer who schooling for revolution a writer who wants Saudi Arabia to correct and to move on a better path. I mean you can even argue that much of what he was. Writing was advice to the crown prince but there is zero tolerance. It's not going to be easy for her. T snow is it nearly a year has passed as you said earlier for some parts of the sort of Western business in foreign policy establishment is not quite business as usual but they are going to re apply some of those ties to Saudi. What do you see happens to her now to? She pursue this cause at U._N.. How does she make any headway? I found and her to be very determined. I think that she wants to use the Kalama a report to try to put pressure on Western governments but may be more broadly she. Will become a voice that is just fighting for human rights at some point. I imagine she would even have to address that in Turkey. Because of course there are a lot of journalists who are jailed elden Turkey for hottest today. Her cause is Jamal but I think that she may also in the future want to broaden her course that it's not Jamaa and the Truth About Jamaa which I'm sure she will continue to fight for but YEP. She may very well be campaigner for human rights all is thrust upon her shoulders after just knowing him for a few months extraordinary I think we should end with a clip from Matisse which is also something of a call to arms from in her and she said this at the U._N.. Session in Geneva last month echoing what she said to you in this remarkable interview it's not only my below Jamal who was more that they but also democracy human rights and freedoms the failure to punish murderers F._X.. Also Mr Chair the truth always wins. He's story. We'll take note of those who stood with through and those who did not police take action.
"saudi royal family" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Jumping off the roof of a building in Malaysian, east city. Unbelievable, apparently the voted for her to jump the number of Americans filing applications for unemployment benefits fell more than expected last week, pointing to sustain labor market strength, that should underpin the economy as the growth is still slowing Assadi newspapers calling for surgical US strikes in retaliation against alleged threats from Iran. The Arab news published Annetta to'real in English arguing that after incidents this week against Saudi energy targets. The next logical step should be surgical strikes. The Dettori says you. Airstrikes in Syria when the government there was suspected of using chemical weapons against civilians, set a precedent, and they are calling for the US to do what it can against Iran. Howard bloom, author of the Mohammed code with us. Howard that sounds like Saudi Arabia wants to take out a ran, this sounds like a little war coming is a little war that's been going on for ten years, and it's about to get bigger if we're not careful. So here's the background Iran and Saudi Arabia have been at war with each other, since at least two thousand eight ten year war has been carefully hidden, it's disguised as a civil war in Syria, and it's disguised as war against a local group. The hoodies in Yemen, this Saudi Arabian ward has been hyperactive in the last four days on Sunday and Monday, the Saudis claim that they're tankers have been attack near the Persian Gulf, those attacks were also said to have damaged oil tanker from Norway and another from the United Arab Emirates in two days ago, the Iranian-backed Yemenis who call themselves the hoochies use. Drones to attack two pumping stations an oil pipeline in Saudi Arabia. The who'd he stop the pipeline's operation for a few hours and this is a vital pipeline and today, the Saudis and the coalition partners carried out eleven attacks against. In the capital city of Sonam, seven civilians died. But you've got to keep something in mind when you hear of attacks on civilians, in the world remember that Arab fighters hide, their stockpiles of weapons and their military centers under schools hospitals apartment buildings. So imagine you're an Arab fighter, your goal is to make your enemies hesitate about attacking you so use human shields, and you park your military assets under civilian structures. The more civilians killed the better you can Bill attacks against you as war crimes and use them to make your enemy. Look, bad press, now when response to the attacks of radium proxies today, the herb news, publish the article you were just talking about telling us the United States to carry out a surgical strike against Iran to understood, but you to understand all the going on, you need a crucial bit of history in nineteen Seventy-nine, Iran had a revolution, Iran. Secular groups felt they had won the revolution. And thought that they will. That instead a gang of religious scholars seized control of the country, these Islamic scholars were convinced they had a direct line to God that their form of Islam revolution was God's will, and that there is revolution would sweep the world's fifty seven Islam Ignatius. Yes, there are fifty seven nations on this planet and Iran expected, its former holy revolutions, the bag every single one of them. One nation of top of around surrogate list with Saudi Arabia Iran's goal was to topple the Saudi Royal family and literally cut off its heads. That's eight thousand people in the Saudi Royal family since then around has been ever, so slowly circling Saudi Arabia surrounding it, and putting its neck and news to do, this Ron uses proxy armies, sock puppet, armies, fourteen of them armies control of Major General Kacem Seleny. Head of the Iranian army's could brigade especial units that sets up and runs. Proxy armies in foreign countries Iran's proxy? Armies are working to take power and get this Lebanon, Syria. Bahrain Yemen, Gaza. And if ghanistan so he run has Saudi Arabia squeezed from the north west, the eastern Los out, then there's the propaganda war, terse, are using the death of Washington Post journalist Jamal kashogi to undermine Saudi Arabia's ruling principle had been Solomon. The kashogi a fair doesn't seem to have anything to do with Iran's attempts to squeeze Saudi Arabia. But it does the Turks are now allied with guests who the Iranians and every detail of Jamal show. Steph has been fed to us by the Turks, fed to us without evidence. So when you see a brutal and deplorable attack in Yemen, and you'll see many of them when you see a massive refugees fleeing Syria or another report on the kashogi murder. He one thing in mind, the Saudis believe that they are fighting for their very survival. They are believed that they were in a war in which the Iranians are trying to take them over and replace the Saudi Royal family with mullah's than I. That's true. Howard. That's all deal is the western press. It is true, and the western press often falls for Iran's propaganda in. So, you know, the Saudis are made to look like monsters in Yemen. They are nobody should be killing civilians. Absolutely. Nobody should be killing civilians, but they're in a war for their for that to the debt. Well, I think what's going to happen. This is gonna blow up. We're gonna come to the defense of Saudi Arabia, and let us see what happens with the counterpunch from Russia or China, but something's going to happen in Iran. That's my take. Well, have you ever gone to bed? You woke up in, you had a little bites all along your feet. The probably bedbugs study that began as an investigation into the utterly bizarre way in which bedbugs reproduce has revealed that they existed far longer than humans DNA samples from thirty species of bedbugs reveal the insects have been around for at least a hundred fifteen million years. Can you believe that? Walkman county New York has been hit hard by the measles outbreak that didn't stop anti vaccination groups holding a rally in that area this week that attracted hundreds of attendees, let's check in with Dr Gary Ridenour and get his take on all of this measles. What's happening there? First of all, Gary with the measles outbreak around the country. Eighty new cases have been reported this week and the number now is over a hundred but I have seen some sources. I've been listening to our show, and they said that they think that there's a hundreds of more than nothing reported that many and here's the killers that there is tens of thousands of people infected and Madagascar with a beef three virus, which is not over here. And they have a thousand dead children and young adults. Now, let me ask you this dean, sink governments should force citizens to get vaccinated if they don't want to good. Good qu. Western Oregon has forty percent of children, not vaccinated and a Bill to eliminate excuses, except by doctor died in the Oregon legislature yesterday. The dead. Well, your state, your state, California, you've got a only, you've been even occupant all non-medical excuses, but we're still getting cases popping up in California. So the actors are getting the word out and it's it's misleading. I ran into an anti vaccine them site today and started reading along and the misinformation, I just have to paraphrase paraphrase it and say, lies, whereby non doctors. And when you expose one of these misinformation, they move on and invent a new one. We're gonna see what happens for that forced vaccinations. It's going to happen. Plans have been unveiled for three thousand mile an hour plane that will fly passengers from New York to London in just ninety minutes are actually working on this. The planes could travel at speeds of more than three thousand with a range of forty six hundred miles will be powered mostly by existing technology. Wow. Get up to coast to coast, AM dot com. You should do that on a regular basis anyway. Look in the highlight reel. Look at the picture of the Christ like figure appearing in the clouds over Argentina people. There are going nuts looking. This it is bizarre. 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UC Berkeley settles lawsuit over treatment of conservative speakers
"And I'm Rachel Martin. A lot of countries have a stake in figuring out the truth behind the death of Jamal kashogi. He was a U S resident he died inside the Saudi consulate in Istanbul. So turkeys involved in Saudi fingerprints are everywhere. Now, Israel may have a link specifically secretive Israeli cybersecurity company another Saudi dissident is suing that company he claimed Saudi officials use the company's software to intercept his text messages with Jamal kashogi which in turn led the Saudis to go after the Washington Post columnist NPR's Daniel estrin is online from Jerusalem to talk about this. Hey, daniel. Hi, tell us more about these allegations. And what do we know about the Saudi dissident making them? His name is Omar Abdulaziz. He tells a very compelling story. He's a social media activist. He's a critic of the Saudi Royal family. He lives in Montreal. And in his lawsuit. He says Saudi officials in Canada met him in may told him crown prince Mohammad bin Salman was unhappy with his activism, they asked him to come to the Saudi consulate for further discussion, and he declined and he says that he and Jamal Shoghi started working together on an initiative to organize a group of Twitter activists against the Saudi regime, and then this dissident got a text message with a link supposedly DHL package delivery, and he clicked on the link and later a Canadian group citizen lab said it believed that he fell victim to a cell phone spyware her from an Israeli based company NSO, he spoke with NPR's, Shannon, van sands. And he said he thinks the Saudis intercepted his WhatsApp text messages with cou- show. And that was the deciding factor that led to his death. Here's what he said for. Sure conversations between us. Played a major role of what happened to Jim. They found out what we were working on. And what are these project on? Why was behind what do we know about this company? That makes a spyware NSO is its name. It's a very secretive company. It doesn't have a website. It was founded by three Israelis there. First names form, the initials NSO and their Isreaeli reports that the company recently sold its spyware technology to Saudi officials the company defends itself. It says its products are only sold to governments and to law enforcement till to fight terrorism and crime, but Israel is actually involved in his company, and that is rarely government officials have to give the okay to let it settle its products abroad. This company is faced a lot of controversy. Mexican human rights activists and others say Mexican government officials hacked into their phones using this company spyware same accusations from a human rights activist in the United Arab Emirates Amnesty International also says the software was used against one of its employees and amnesty is accusing Israel of allow. Allowing the spyware to be sold to regimes that violate human rights, well, considering the company's connections to the Israeli government is the suit likely to go anywhere. It seems like it's more of a symbolic lawsuit. Rachel to draw public attention to this issue. I think it's going to be hard to prove these claims in court and the Israeli defense ministry has constantly defended its vetting of NSO technology sales abroad, and I should add that Israel's not the only place in the world where companies are developing spyware technology. But it is Israel is a big player in the field and presumably Saudi officials aren't weighing in on whether or not they actually bought this technology confirming connection, they're not. And it's very interesting Saudi and Isreaeli ties are kind of under the radar. But this may be an example of some those times NPR's, Daniel estrin. Thank you so much Daniel, we appreciate it. You're welcome. On a chilly day. This month veterans marched a dozen miles up the island of Manhattan to a special spot. It was where in November seventeen seventy six. The first woman to fight for the US army fired her candidate British Redcoats, a Bill in congress now proposes to name the Manhattan VA medical center after Margaret Corbin the effort to honor her is linked with a movement to change. The motto of the department of veterans affairs to also reflected women have always served NPR's quil Lawrence reports at the northern tip of Manhattan. There's a high bluff with a great view, just what General George Washington wanted for the defensive of New York against the British the actual defending fell two soldiers like John Corbin and his wife, Margaret, they were outnumbered after John was killed Margaret sponged loaded and fired the gun all by herself. That's Christian rows who served three tours with the army in Afghanistan and witnesses
Trump sees "no reason" to listen to recording of Khashoggi killing
"Griffin. President Donald Trump says there's no reason for him to listen to a recording of the very violent very vicious killing of Saudi journalist Jamal kashogi. President Trump made clear that the tape would not affect his response to the killing of Kosovo g a columnist for the Washington Post who had criticized the Saudi Royal family. Here's correspondent Ben Thomas. It's a suffering tape. It's a terrible tape. I've been fully briefed on it. But there's no reason for me to hear what President Trump told Fox News Sunday about an audio recording Turkey has given the US as for reports that US intelligence has concluded that Saudi Crown prince, Mohammad bin Salman, ordered
"saudi royal family" Discussed on 10 10 WINS
"And they certainly did a bad job of talking about it or covering it up. If you'd like to say that secretary of state Pompeii all says, the US is revoking the visas of Twenty-one Saudis suspected of being involved in kashogi murderer correspondent, Ian panel with more. There is no attempt to point to and say, we believe it was ordered by this person. Mike Pompeo does not point fingers any higher nineties a crucial thing for everyone to look out for in other words, people may not like the Saudi explanation for Woody going to do a massive. We just punish the individuals have already been identified. Then there is no real pressure on the Saudi Royal family to come up with a more plausible explanation. Saudi Crown prince Mohammad bin Salman will take part in a panel at the Riyadh investment conference today in what will be his first public speech. Since kashogi killing. There's no word on whether he will address the killing President Trump today signs a Bill aimed at fighting the opioid overdose epidemic. And there are some indications that progress is being made in that fight US health secretary, Alex as our speaking at a healthcare events sponsored by the Milken institute think tank says the number of US drug overdose deaths has begun to level off the CDC has released figures this show that from December to March of this year the pace of the increase of drug overdose deaths has slowed from ten percent over the previous twelve months to three percent as our cautioned that it's too soon to declare victory saying we are so far from the end of the epidemic. But we are perhaps at the end of the beginning more than seventy thousand people died of drug overdoses last year. Opioids were involved in forty eight thousand of those deaths. Jennifer king Washington, the president will be in Wisconsin tonight campaigning for Republican Senate candidate Lee of oak, Khmer, former President Obama will be in Wisconsin Friday campaigning for the Democrats, President Trump and his favorite media spa. Barring partner. Jim Acosta CNN got into it yesterday over the president calling himself a nationalist at a rally on Monday night. They ask the president. If he was trying to signal that he is a white nationalist. Now, I never heard that theory about.
"saudi royal family" Discussed on WTVN
"Diamonds direct live line. We find Michael Bauer Michael except pretty rare in a big news story when it seems early on the conspiracy theorists are pretty far out there. But as we continue to roll, it seemed like they were closer to the truth. And what we were getting from the authorities could very well be you're talking about the murder of journalist, Jamal kashogi, Washington Post journalist and and Saudi national but living in the US for the past couple of years here. Now, we were supposed to hear from president Erta one and Turkey where the alleged murder took place inside the Saudi consulate in Istanbul. Erta one was going to reveal the naked truth today. Joel this is going to be the big release. I'm gonna give all of the information here. And when he addressed the of the the the council early in parliament, he didn't give any facts at all he'd created a timeline, and he added some information at that time line, but it just added rhetoric to the scandal. There was no proof. There was no audio tape. There was no DNA evidence. There was no slide show or PowerPoint present. Station. He did say that the Saudi government created premeditated political murder within his country, but offered no evidence to back that claim whatsoever. Now, there was this is all in the heels, by the way of an opposition politician yesterday floating story and Sky News is reporting this morning that Jamal kashogi body parts were found in a well near the Saudi consulate in history. Some of the people reporting that it was on the grounds of the Saudi consulate itself. Something nearby the Saudi consulate, but that it was reported that these body parts were found what you heard from Turkish president Irwan today wondering in front of their in the parliament. Where is the body? Nobody knows where the body is basically calling on Saudi Arabia to let him know who within Turkey helped them hide that body, and then demanding that the Saudis bring the fifteen people that allegedly were involved in the killing of kashogi to stand trial in Istanbul. So what we know is that kashogi was harsh on the Saudi Royal family in in those kinds of things is there any one particular piece or phrase or article or column that people point to and say this was the breaking point from Saudi Saudis. It just seemed as though there was a multiple different attacks in they're calling it a tax. But really honestly seemed as though from the writings of kashogi were. Criticisms of the incoming a reign of the current crown prince, and why things were changing on probably a more progressive level than Saudis seen in the past. So he was likely in the in the process of backing the old fashioned style of things would have rather had had things change in a different form than in the drastic form that was happening under the current crown prince that seemed to be where the criticism wasn't that seem to be where the Royal family was not happy with his comments. So, you know, in in our opinion here in the US that might not be enough to take anybody out and and kill them. But maybe according to the Saudis, or that part of the world in general, that's something that happens with somewhat I guess regularity to a certain extent, we know. For instance, let's just be clear about this Turkey while conducting this investigation and everything that's happened on the Turkish land here in regards to kashogi Turkey is very famous for holding journalists captive if they like if they write something that the the Turkish et politicians. Don't like so this is not something that is new on the Turkey side of things as well. So. In that part of the world. Journalists are under heavy criticism for what they write sometimes punished for that. Maybe this was just an overplaying of the card on the Saudis hand in the confines of Turkish territory. I'm wondering too. We don't know where the body is per se there are scattered reports. But what about the body double that video service in the last twenty four hours? Yeah, did indeed. And in fact, that Turkish officials identifying that individual you can see on this footage that was released yesterday to CNN and numerous other outlets that show what appear to be kashogi walking out of the back of the Saudi council at there. And he's wearing the same shirt and close the kashogi was wearing going into the consulate hours earlier. But this seems to be him walking out healthy only if you pay close attention, you can tell there's a different hair the beard doesn't look the same. And they are stating that this was somebody brought in of the fifteen people from Saudi Arabia to take care using my air quotes there of kashogi on some level. This was a person brought in for the sole purpose of being the body double for kashogi. So whether it was a murder that was going to be planned by the crown prince and Saudi Arabian some level, or if it was an abduction that was going to be happening. And they wanted to have somebody who looked like a show you walking out. That's why this person was brought into to Turkey for this. Particular reason we'll keep working on answers and will do the same Michael. Thanks Michael Bauer on Jamal kashogi here. Newsradio six ten WTVN. Jimmy, just a minute. We've got another chance to win a grand in your hand. We've got news. We'll start that with traffic and weather, then we'll draw down on midterms. Get Alex Castellanos take. That's all coming up here on NewsRadio six ten WTVN.
Saudi King, Crown Prince Call Slain Writer Khashoggi's Son
"In Washington. Saudi Arabia says both King Solomon and crown prince Mohammad telephone the eldest son of dissident journalist Jamal kashogi offering condolences on Saturday. The kingdom finally acknowledged kashogi died in its consulate in Istanbul. Senate happened in a. Fistfight? Explanation. This is an attempt at a cover up there and audio was Khashoggi's editor at the Washington Post was maybe part of an attempt to silence what he might have known about the inner workings of the Saudi Royal family on ABC's. This week broadcast. Turkey says it will
"saudi royal family" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"As much as four inches. Secretary of state Mike Pompeo says Saudi Arabia has told him their investigation into the disappearance of Saudi journalist Jamal kashogi will not spare anyone including royals. Here's CBS's Holly Williams crown prince and secretary of state, Mike Pompeo rules, smiles when they make Pompeo said that Saudi leaders had given him there would bell fully investigate has shown. Jeez. Disappearance an editorial in the Washington Post the paper for which Jamal has G wrote accused the Trump administration of a quote, diplomatic cleanup operation. President Trump wants Turkey to turn over any audio or video relating to them. Meantime, Turkish officials have said kashogi was murdered in the Saudi consulate an Istanbul which Saudi officials have denied this developing story from Washington tonight, the New York Times reporting White House counsel, Don Mcgann has left the administration after twenty one months on the job. The time says mcgann's departure was confirmed by two associates close to him. There had been speculation that Mcgann would be leaving the administration sometime in the fall. Boston city councillors unanimously passed a resolution supporting hotel workers on strike against seven Marriott hotels in the city resolution calls on Boston's and visitors not to patronize the hotels until the striking workers have a new contract and a fair. Wage strike is two weeks old a Brooklyn man free on personal recognizance after his court appearance today and last summer's hit and run involving a bicyclist in Jamaica plain Jonathan Kosta charged with negligent operation of a motor vehicle and leaving the scene of a collision causing injury..
Pompeo: Even Saudi royal family is accountable
"Secretary of state Mike Pompeo says Saudi Arabia has told him their investigation into the disappearance of Saudi journalist Jamal kashogi will not spare anyone including royals. Here's CBS's Holly Williams crown prince and secretary of state, Mike Pompeo rules, smiles when they make Pompeo said that Saudi leaders had given him there would bell fully investigate has shown. Jeez. Disappearance an editorial in the Washington Post the paper for which Jamal has G wrote accused the Trump administration of a quote, diplomatic cleanup operation. President Trump wants Turkey to turn over any audio or video relating to them. Meantime, Turkish officials have said kashogi was murdered in the Saudi consulate an Istanbul which
Khashoggi: Trump defends Saudi Arabia as Pompeo heads to Turkey
"Secretary of state, Mike Pompeo with a quick stopover in Turkey meeting with a foreign minister on his mission. To learn what happened to missing journalist kashogi earlier, the secretary met with the king and crown prince in Saudi Arabia, thorough complete and transparent investigation will also see the results of that commitment that they would show the entire world the results of their investigation. They also indicated they would get this done quickly and secretary Pompeo says the Saudis have promised to hold anyone involved accountable up to and including members of the Saudi Royal family, a Turkish newspaper is credited a graphic account of what they say was Khashoggi's murder inside the Saudi consulate in eastern bull. Paper says it's reporters have heard the audio recordings. President Trump cautioning against a rush to judgment in the kashogi case in an exclusive interview on the FOX business network. President says he's withholding a decision on an official US response. It depends whether or not the king. The crown prince knew about it in my opinion. Number one. What happened, but whether or not I knew about it.
"saudi royal family" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"Thirty on nine seventy ballet. The home of lightning. Hey that was that was kind of detailed, but that's that's a little bit on. Kashogi? There's much more about who he is his relationship with the Muslim Brotherhood. His former ties to the Saudi Royal family his departure and his opposition to them. Host of reasons of soda in other words, there's much more to this than what the simpleton drive-by, maybe is telling you, and they're going the simpleton route because they're desperate to link Trump to this killing their desperate link Trump to be sharing responsibility for it. Bye bye claiming that Trump is is. Just to loyal to this murderous Saudi regime at the expense of Americans did it. They knew is working if the wash trying to construct as they always do sets of circumstances design and make Trump look like an absolute heathen and reprobate. And it's it's it's it's kinda wearing me out. Frankly, it's still ticks me off. But it's so predictable and it's gonna fail. It's gonna bomb out. They still have no clue who Trump is. They don't know how to deal with him. They're basically problem is they think they are twenty times smarter than he is. And they have no clue anyway here is Bert in in. Maine. Welcome burt. Great to have you with us on the program. Hi. Hey, thank you. Thanks for your program. Thanks for your common sense and going across America. Appreciate that very much. Thank you longtime listener, first-time caller. I just wanted to make a couple points. Democrats are eight full of Spartak ins, Pocahontas and doc saying Dix. I think that these are state elections. And I think the worst gotta go out to vote Republican because I believe that they.
"saudi royal family" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio
"At two o'clock. CBS news on the hour sponsored by theraworx relief. I'm Wendy Gillette. President Trump is meeting with American pastor. Andrew Brunson in the Oval Office right now Brunson was freed yesterday after a two year. Detainment in Turkey. The president says his administration associated long and hard to bring him home. I want to thank. We've been dealing and we actually until this. We had a very good relationship. I was actually very surprised that we didn't work this out. Couple of months ago Brunson also spoke we're so grateful to people in congress has stood with us. Prayed for us. Offers. So we wanna thank you on. There are reports missing Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi recorded his own murderer inside the Saudi consulate in Istanbul on his apple watch. A congressional source confirms the story to CBS President Trump is vowing severe punishment. If the Saudi government is tied to kashogi disappearance. CBS news correspondent Errol Barnett. President Trump makes it clear that while all the finger pointing at the Saudi Royal family for being responsible for Khashoggi's disappearance and suspected murder. President Trump says nobody knows specifically who is responsible, and he notes that the Saudi Crown prince has denied being responsible in Florida's panhandle. Life has become a struggle for so many after hurricane Michael don't want anything free on building pasta, and we have no food. No, no, nothing. State officials have lifted some of the bureaucratic roadblocks to get money to victims more. Quickly. I'm Peter King and Tallahassee some twenty one hundred people were before did missing after the store, but rescue crews say they found more than five hundred twenty alive endured adores searches at one case, they heard people crying for help from inside a mobile home where they've been trapped for two days. The death toll has risen to seventeen an apology from North Carolina's flagship public university for the schools history of slavery as chancellor of the university of North Carolina Chapel Hill I offer. Our universities deepest apology for the profound. Injustices of slavery chancellor, Carol fault. The school used slaves to build and maintain the campus the apology came during the school's two hundred and twenty-fifth anniversary celebration, the Taliban says it held talks with the US special envoy in cutter to try and bring an end to the war in Afghanistan. CBS news military analyst, Jeff because I think the Trump administration and the US military, quite frankly has accepted the fact that after. Seventeen years. A political solution is the only.
Malaysia bars scandal-ridden ex-leader from leaving country
"Me the week when argentina woo the imf when peaceful revolution brought new leadership when also be looking at the link between your favorite ice cream and illegal traffickers in tropical hardwood trade was also used to launder money from trafficking of raw wood and a new job at ninety two how malaysia's new old leader returned to office all that after this hello this is david austin with the bbc news malaysia former prime minister najib razak has been banned from leaving the country after his shock defeat in the country's general election last week mr jeep who's been implicated in a corruption scandal had said he wanted to short holiday after the campaign and was booked onto a flight to indonesia michael bristow is our asia pacific editor corruption scandal actually originates in malaysia and has ac sets up a phone call one md be in order to sort of green vestment and that's what he said to malaysia and fund all kinds of projects the americans quite dramatically said that actually about four billion dollars worth of that fund at gone missing and it implicated najib razak in that scandal separately he's also been accused of having about seven hundred million us dollars in his bank account he said it was the saudi royal family the executive director of the world food program has called on.
"saudi royal family" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060
"Now we're going to see his his nemesis of sorts the amir of utter at the white house meeting with president trump are we going to see any kind of diplomatic breakthrough on that standoff between the country's all right yeah yeah yeah well i mean who who knows but it doesn't seem very likely the hatred between the royal family and the saudi royal family is almost as deep as the hatred between the saudi royal family and the leaders of iran they they the saudis have defined for themselves and for the moderate socalled moderate arab wing who the enemies are iran assad and to a lesser extent but still important extent the outlying cutters so it's it's very very difficult to see donald trump negotiating peace between gulf states i mean he stood in the rose garden last year and said that qatar was funding terrorism at the very highest levels and now he's got the head of state coming to see him welcome to the middle east i mean you know the cutter also is home to important us military installations and the pentagon obviously wants us to calibrate that relationship like he wants us to calibrate all relationships and donald trump is not an expertise does not have expertise in calibrating relationships in the middle east or possibly in many other places so we'll we'll see how this meaning goes but nothing nothing grand is gonna come out of it i don't think the president will be traveling at the end of this week to south america.
"saudi royal family" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio
"Son of syrian immigrants who were patriotic americans because we embrace the american freedom the ability to practice our faith more freely than we couldn't any socalled muslim country but also they were american patriots because they rejected soviet imperialism in syria in the early 20th century mid twentiethcentury rejected baptism rejected islamism to come embrace american liberty and what's happening is we are not taking sides in syria or not taking sides in iran the greatest protection for american threats coming from iran's nuclear programme would be a revolution and yet where is american policy in taking sides in people in the streets we had president trump tweeting out for a few days after the revolution started just a month or so ago tweeting out support for the people in the street something president obama never did we need to follow through with that and convene a whole of government strategy where the real the greatest threat of the twentyfirst century is political islam theocratic 'islam we need to convene a commission on radical islamism that will begin to have a whole of government strategy through the state department through the pentagon through homeland security were all of a sudden we look at immigration through the lens of not letting islamists come here but letting those who embrace our values looking at our approach to russia being if they're going to support she islamists and his law and genocide in syria that certainly not our ally yet again we're not going to support sunni islamists like the saudi royal family might be our shortterm friends but longterm they're the founding fathers of isis is ideology so we have to be careful and we'd don't come together as a nation and especially as the conservative movement and realize what ideas we stand for not only what were against terrorism and communism and islamism but what are we four we have to advance what were four and we find.
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"Com they generally say you'll like fifty eight percent first cousin and forty two percent uncle let's how the dna tests go in the saudi royal family anyway he died the shia tapes always like that around this time of year the the little we p a victory montages and we are keeping attract on the big developing story that he's going to go on and on and on and on which is the russia investigation but at this point at this point uh it is a discredited investigation and will though robert mollah looks like an old time g man he is not behaving as one when the uae smelter rat about mullah when he was appointed and immediately the tv networks a full of people saying well you know i've known wallet muller four thirty forty years and you can get much more of a straight shooter he'll do the right thing pats exactly why he should not have been appointed he knows everyone he's too tied in to everyone he's been he's a full time career lifelong swamped dweller and that is not a guy you bring in to conduct an independent investigation so what people four whether qualities the put him above reproach that they'd known him for half a century and he's a straight shooter and he's a straight arrow and he's an eagle scout that's the reason he shouldn't have been appointed he's not independent of anything he's he's tied in with everybody and the people he appointed to the investigation were appointed basically not to investigate trump but to ensure that the shinhan organs of the free trump period when they were supposedly investigating hillary and uh they didn't they were essentially there to uh to to make sure that the same people stayed in charge of both investigations and that therefore the shenanigans going on during the hillary investigation would never come to light robert mollah it's not going to get better for him his trump is in one of these people like scooter liberty who's just gonna stand there and take it trump is playing smashmouth back with it him and he's not gonna and he's not gonna go down just because mike flynn pleads guilty to some ring heating process crime a mullah should wrap up this investigation there's no collusion this collusion all over the place with.
"saudi royal family" Discussed on KTRH
"Abdel rahman's mother was supposed to be a been sounds favorite of his 22 wives and he liked has so much that he married had twice because he married when she was thirteen and then they go devos she got a little bit long in the tooth to his fifth dana something so he got a divorce and she went off and married the guy's brother and then uh even sowed sought signing up his sisterinlaw and thinking you know she wasn't so bad after all i know she's walked fifteen sixteen now abedee so he made his brother divorced and remarried her so she was generally believed to be among the favorite of his top twenty two wives and this was one of the seven sons that she bore him who died this she and they were unknown in saudi arabia's the magnificent seven and chill so gave him seven daughters and then known as like the seven blackout patten's standing over in the cotton they mccormick has you know you can't do that uh they they don't get such a good deal so a when you hit will these stories about all the reforms in saudi arabia a bear in mind where they're coming from because when they do these um you know these ancestry dot com tests way you send in d n dna in everything and they tell you we've got little you got two percent native american and four percent swedish it's all a bit a lot more simba if you're a member of the saudi royal family because if you send in your dna transistory dot com they generally say you'll like fifty eight percent first cousin and forty two percent uncle let's how the dna tests go in the saudi royal family anyway uh he died the shia tears always like that around this.
"saudi royal family" Discussed on WSB-AM
"But in this case i mean you can tell when people are jenny what they really support what uh here's royal highnesses doing you know he could be uh named the king in the near future uh could be as early as before the end of the year and if that happens you can speculate that he could be the king of saudi arabia for route fifty years uh and also he has no congress to contend with not that i don't you know support congress i believe this who would you say general i get it and by the way in case you don't know are they basically took a lotta saudi royal family and higherups in the government put him in the ritz carlton in a very now let's get becoming an unpleasant face a place for them to be as they try to interrogate them and find out we're all the money is as a lot of graft in that country and you know some of these guys a heavy investors here so we'll see where that goes but a lot of people are optimistic that this will be a positive and finally with iran which europe policy be in iran right now well uh you know their vote was that wish we would uh we send or or the step away from the joint turk the comprehensive plan of action to the euphemistically the anti nuclear agreement with iran uh it's a terrible agreements just it's flawed uh there's a lot of loopholes in it we can't we can't have inspections in their military facilities in center center but but i believe at the ginza center is that we probably ought to leave the agreement as it is right now for now but the problem is there's a whole bunch of other things we need to do outside the agreement in the region uh one is to put pressure on iran from the standpoint of uh their activity uh in syria helped the uh continue to help our ally.
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"T h e tracker t r a c k r dot com slash worldly 20 percent off you'll love it it will help you find the things you've lost even if you have dogs and toddlers for us where we're shifting to a vastly different part of the world and a vastly different kind of story which is to beijing where our president has been on a multiple day visit showering love not on the saudi royal family been set on the leaders of beijing who have showered back and they've done it in a very visual way cannons firing flagwaving jumping children more jumping children to general sheme shown why are the jumping children why that is a fantastic question so the search trump is in china to round out his big twelve day asia trip he is knowing going there to meet with xi jinping the president of china and essentially i so our colleague zeeshan aleem has a really great piece up on on the site volkstaat com about this and how world leaders have freely figured out how to kind of manipulate donald trump and we actually saw this in saudi arabia when he went to the middle east when he went to saudi arabia they roll out the red carpet stay do all the pomp and circumstance they really cater to his ego and flattery and try to show him how respected and how important he is because they know he responds welded at and the idea is to kind of try to get him.
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"There is this new de facto alliance if you will between israel egypt under the military dictatorship and the saudi royal families and how much is since this seems to be uh more than a subtext to crush hamas or at least de fund it what do you think is he mentioned the this was all triggered by trump's a trip recent trip to saudi arabia said the plans in play what is the plan seventy one of the supplof now i'm off has recently happened election and how michelle who is boys today's based in doha has given his position to now uh his successor's based in gaza so in theory uh both the extra channel and the internal leadership of hamas is based in gaza efficient really affect them but in practice how michelle is still a member of the shoora or for the council the governing council of high enough to have a rope play and so they fact a total haul off he'll housing hamas for the how did michelle and this will have an effect that funding for mainly from the wrong with tough hole off to the events in syria which as you know they fed off with the palme host the by shaw a thought and they have to move off his full 100 michelle hats move off his from damascus to doha that all report that some members of the organisation and now moving from doha turkey and lebanon and we'll see what happens spot seventy one of the subtext of this is uh israel pressurising federal leadership of hamas by supporting and by having uh.
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"And severe weather coverage hi welcome back rush limbaugh doing what i was born to do and that's why i'm having more fun than a human being should be allowed to have of evident live sound bite number fourteen such trump over the weekend trust me on this don't doubt me the trump administration is going to do everything it can to deny the iranians nuclear weapons they're going to do everything they can't even though the obama administration struck a deal that leads to that very thing the saudis if you don't know our arch enemies with the iranians it sunni versus shia islam number one number two the iranians our roads are not arabs for saver persians both nations have extremist sects in saudi arabia wahhabism in in iran is just flat out run it just flat out over terrorism statesponsored all over the world so saudi arabia has a radical imams that engage in this as well and the saudi royal family a runs the grand mosque at at mecca and so forth saw their hands are not clean and so forth this is this is an example of you need to make friends with nations that are not perfect and do not necessarily reflect the every value you have ended all is based on exigent circumstances at a particular place in time uh obama of course josey iran and here grab audio sound bite number fourteen this i never forget how it fury in it i was when i first heard in the middle of the cold war.