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Understanding Early Muslim History and Sectarianism, with Dr. Ali Ataie
"Elliott I. It is a rental student in researcher WHO's been involved in interfaith activities for over two decades. He holds a Master's in Biblical studies with a focus on. New. Testament and Biblical languages. He also holds a PhD in cultural historical studies in religion from the graduate. Theological. Union his doctoral work focused on Muslim Herman UNIX of Biblical texts especially, the Gospel of John. And he lives, in Santa, cinnabon California with his wife Royer and three daughters. So welcome to the show Dr Ali tight. Thank you because local good to be back for a third time. Yes. We're always excited and I know in the past we've had you You know on the show to Kinda talk. About Christianity. Were of sort of interfaith conversations in the audience as well as US. We benefited him immensely from those on. So I thought this would be a little bit different. I know something that you would probably consider a little bit outside of your wheelhouse or area of expertise perhaps but I would contend that you know i. if you are perfectly suited in a sense that not only given your background that you touched upon on the first episode but to really kind of have a conversation a, that is related to an intra faith. Issue of between kind of the she and the Sunni tradition and I say that. Because Dr your background actually your family background has something you had mentioned the first time we had this conversation you come from a she background your family is or remain or is still short she yes might my parents or practicing Shiites to use the Latin sort of suffix please them or she I guess we can say. So Yeah mink growing up. We were like I don't typical sort of Iranian so. No religion really anywhere and freedom to do whatever we wanted. Think. However, we wanted but as my parents got older, they rediscovered their. Roots their Shiite woods. So there you know they may have two, thousand, six and they're. Very, devout Shia now. so for me growing up however. I actually, never really considered myself. a Muslim until I got into. College. and. Then the brothers I met initially were so knee and they sort of against to enter the wing and and copy. Islam. In an over the years, of course, with I've had. Great conversations with my parents on on certain things and. What's the significance of this event in history you? How do you interpret this verse? What about this Heidi Eve? Things like that So that's that's where a standard now. Yeah, I mean you off air you made the caveat This isn't sort of an area of study or expertise for you on, but not only just given the family background but I would I mean as someone who is really a deep student of history I think that a I think some of the the touch points that we wanNA focus on in today's conversation on it'd be really nice to hear your thoughts on because essentially couple I wanted to make to clarifying points and then kind of dive right in, and that was related to the last episode of the two parter we did with the amount weenie. Is that for the listener someone some heard my question or my line of questioning as. Kind of questioning Sunni orthodoxy around some of these historical issues and I wanted to clarify that wasn't the case I mean I'm not I wasn't sort of trying to place. Any doubts on the Sunni narrative were the Sunni approach to these the historical events that we touched on but rather it was really as I said at the outset of the conversation with the Amati 'cause Weenie that this was not meant to be a debate. We weren't there to debate a Sunni points at the allergy were a Sunni the Sunni approach to some of the historical of historical events that we talked about. So it was more of being able to be deferential. To our guest and give him the opportunity to really essentially lay down the narrative of early. Muslim. History according to the cheese sources. So I, wanted to clarify that from some of the questions that I asked not for you professor Italian but rather listener Number two with regards to this particular conversation where things more meaningful to you is that the purpose of this show is not to have you on to serve offer the Su Ni reputation, right to the points that were raised in the last episode. This is not a polemic, a polemical conversation. Again, we're not here to sort of do that. That's not the approach that at least i WanNa, take I imagine all three of us don't WanNa take it's more of a deep dive or as deep as we can get given time constraints and so on on into kind of the Sunni perspective on some of the issues, there are some of the events that we focused on last time. Good. Bremer. Great. Great. So I think or if you had any thoughts or any comments you wanted to make otherwise I'd be happy to kind of dive right into it with. A tiny. No I just want to echo that like I decided emptying Irwin Cup of understanding and just trying to understand and learn in that conversation we weren't coming with their own. Ideas to the table. They were not that we were undermining ideas. We just put them to the sites we can learn.
Tons of ammonium nitrate found near scene of Beirut port explosion
"The Lebanese military has discovered several more tons of highly explosive ammonium nitrate at the port. Lebanese Armed forces announced Thursday these last hours that his army engineering regiment discovered more than four metric tons of ammonium nitrate during an inspection of four containers at conducted at the request of Beirut supports Customs authorities at entrance number nine. This did not explode on August 4th when 2900 tons of ammonium nitrate badly damaged the city. And the people of Lebanon known Sark. It's a very good evening to this fresh news about more ammonium nitrate has it has it made people want to leave Beirut? Are they alarmed that there will even be another explosion? Good evening. Good morning to you until now. Benny Benny said that there is no any evidence that there were either. Uh it was not my meaning by Ah lately, right? And this time they said that there was no weapon. Before the warehouse where there were those of a monument on the fourth. Onda American. Ah Continuing their investigations that I and they did not reach any clues yet. I think the first reason off this explosion is Asian and the corruption off the Benin. All government that village politicians, Lebanese institution, and that's why I think The government. Now they are forced Go back a big investigation. I don't know if it was going to reach something to conclude something, or you wouldn't have had a few months. What's this time? I think The energy is so big the muscle floods What's so big? They have to do something with the off the French novel, which are supported by the U. S. I don't know if they reach something. You have always been being in Beirut now on Ah, leading journalists. You've always given us very cogent assessments of tell us Now we hear the Lebanese government the economies and collapse. The government just switched. What is the status of Hezbollah? After this disaster, we know that there was a lot of public criticism. And what is the change in government mean for that relationship? When I think the made the big mistake when he decided not to be the one off. I need influence on the government and the critical situation. When he decided to me. A bomb off the government and Toby in the government and before the government, which is ah, supported by the Syrian but majority ofthe law. This is the same because mouth if he hasn't said. That is a lot off criticism and, ah, depending Christian community, That is when you suddenly called limit of any community. But I don't Aah! Haston enjoy Ah, off the Shia community In general. The flight from ah, small percentage off those in our community. This is not going not going to see that the French, uh before the president came too available. Wait. I have money, onion. That statement off in or around the farmer from financial efficient, saying that Give me They would try to need one off the Lebanese demands, which is to make a new AH first refugee and Sinn Fein two needle official off the hands of Hezbollah. When president cocaine to live alone in office that he made militant its life changed, But in fact it was not like he said. The people we've met. That lead. Angela is a political party he presented in the parliament. He had me but now we have other things to live with that Hezbollah and the other part is living up. Ah, you mean he political leader, Big ones A program if land for the government on the would have to wait and see It is nothing. That is why there is some sort of difference between the position with us on the position of France a lot of this issue. The French and I needed a presentation on Hezbollah and the new government. The French A fraction of its not there, not ah against the service inspiration, but in fact what the government they want to see in Middleton is a government specialist and independent. Not everybody knows that even though we have no independent, you have no people. We have people, even if they're not members ofthe Lahore, Lebanese forces or other I mean, ah, coming. How did it so I don't think this is going to Let's wait and see. But I'm not so
Israel and Hezbollah 'exchange fire' near Lebanon border
"Trading fire across the border between Israeli army and fighters and the lesbian, A Lebanese Shia Misha militia Hezbollah. The Israeli Prime Minister, Benjamin Netanyahu, has declared a serious security incident while a spokesman for the Israeli military I said that fighting is still continuing. Israelis living near the border with Lebanon have been ordered to remain indoors. Lebanese sources have posted images of what they say Israel shells hitting the Shebaa Farms area on the border between the two countries. Husband had threatened a strong retaliation for the killing of one of its fighters last week, but top officials have said the group is not seeking all out war. That's the BBC's Sebastian Usher reporting,
Gwyneth Paltrow shares 'back to basics' diet plan
"Gwyneth paltrow shared on her website, the back to basics diet that she's following while she's on lockdown. So what is when its definition of basic? We'll in her words. It's vetik eating for my Dosa. Intermittent fasting and it's fresh clean nutrient dense foods. So that's what apparently Gwyneth is ingesting. You know simple stuff. Do you guys think that this is practical? It's a lot of like wealthy people. They liked doing things that just have an effect on the body or an effect. That's just very basic, and then they go. How can I tie this into something spiritual? How can I tie this into something? That's got culture like. Medicine or Doshi Shia because in my life. I don't have a lot of culture as a rich celebrity who lives in my own bubble, and so you kind of try and inject culture wherever you can, which is why they do these things in my opinion. Allegedly and I've also made some. Dietary switches switch a ruse I left peanut butter, Cap'n crunch and went straight to golden grams. So you know the top of my mouth feels better because about cap in Cranston sometimes group up to top of your mouth and just look sacrifices. You have to make him get your body right. So apparently like the science behind Veda is that it's built behind like the five elements of? Air Water and fired so that's apparently supposed to help get. You'd be healthiest I. Don't know how you feel about that. I. Know Right I'd rather want to episode of Captain Plan on it just reminded me up right there. He. Your Your Life is interesting, and then you have the taste buds of a nine year old, and you also have the TV taste of an ideal and I love it I finally. Someone on the show I can relate to I. Can
Youth-led Earth Day strikes go digital
"Eighteen year. Old Shia best eater grew up in a small town outside Mexico City where she saw the effects of both drought and flooding. Then when she was thirteen she moved to New York City and learned about the damage hurricane. Sandy caused there. She realized global warming affects communities all around the world and felt driven to do something about it. When I saw the first global strike being called my school and I got six hundred kits to walk out with me. I thought that would work with me. She says it helped her realize how many other young people are worried and ready. Act since then. She's helped organized weekly youth climate strikes across the city now because of the corona virus youth activists have taken their actions online along plan Earth Day. Strike is being held. Digitally with online teaches virtual gatherings and social media campaigns. Whether young people are on the streets or in cyberspace best data says they bring a sense of energy and optimism to the climate movement. Now no way in which you are naive about the situation we are in but just truly believing that when we come together we can change the world
Falcons announce new uniforms for 2020 season
"We've got another New Jersey coming the box we know all right they're coming out with new Jersey's the rams have a new logos of their their jerseys gonna read and I didn't know this until over the weekend the falcons are about to reveal new Jersey's when what they're doing on April fourteenth the fed and the Browns too yeah news rounds you've got us of a few the falcons the Browns the Chargers and rams water stuff the charge and they come out with their uniforms yet no they just within that just was at the logo I guess you local Shia yeah they altered it a little bit yeah it's about time I hated those falcons uniforms and logo with if they change it up fine when what they're doing yeah I think the logo's staying I don't have a problem logo button there there like a good one they're gonna be changing their uniforms well the old ones not even a different it's been that it whatever it is that birdie on that they just gave it what they gave it fico designed after O. okay they designed it differently okay yeah I mean the original actually the original might had it had feet to it's it's just a modernized version of what used to be but I think I'll keep in that and I'm not sure but I saw a statement from who's that guy died Dimitroff tons of yeah yeah about there are a week from tomorrow so week from tomorrow the falcons get New Jersey the not changing are they changing their color scheme I'm not that I'm aware of okay so it's just a a tweaker could some kind of a re design or
"So you're forums as you probably know from feelings in the gym are used in many exercises things like you'll pull ups you'll rose your dad less and even your bicycles all involve a certain amount of forum strength and if you lock forum strengthen your ability to build shrimp and other pulse your body or also compromised on this is essentially due to the strong forearms are the strong your grit. You have more squeezing force when you have undeveloped a week forearms. These muscles might be the first to tire out when you're doing something like a row and you'll never actually really tax the most of your trying to work. Let you push your train chain on a dead left because you'll forearms give out too quickly so get fit guy. Brock Armstrong caused this. The Weakest Link in the kinetic chain if your forums. And letting you down. And this basically means that when we're doing something like a pull up we're not only engaging the major muscles that we're targeting. Shia back for example put up but you're also including all the muscles involved in the kinetic chain that performs the movement including so in this case your wrist you'll hand your forums you biceps on Soham. See your bike. Mont not only lots my knowledge to be challenged. If you're doing a pull up because your hands your grip fails before the muscles even start to get now reforms on tortuously stubborn and difficult to grow some lucky enough to have been gifted genes that allow for four hundred element some of the not so lucky and we have to use specialized training to build up these areas. As 'cause it's really a case of trading them hard and often some people definitely find that their forums can develop if you're just handling heavy weight and regular basis during exercise in saved not using wrist wraps for example because they getting is sufficient stimulation whilst doing that but with most muscles they can also be trained independent. May if you want to get optimal results. According to David Robson a body building dot com editor given their composition. Ristic Stanzas and risk. Flexes IS W- as well as the longer bracket radiologists the forums. All a pretty complex grouping on each be targeted with that allow for full contraction so in David's experience he's found beneficial to train forearms at the end of biceps training and on their own two days per week before seeing a proper no small results and he found it valuable to talk at the forearms variety of exercises on rep ranges to keep them stimulated and growing and training them frequently and hard. He's actually found the as LEDA upper. Body strength increases as well as the lifting Nashi making a safe transition to a heavier overall weight without the fair the forums. Going TO GIVE OUT MID set. So you're getting ineffective for Training session as leading to a safer more efficient training session for other components as well. So what exercises are recommended while I up training the wrist. Extensive extended enable the Hon to extend backwards they comprised of eight different heads on these muscles. Run the outside line for four such development affectively a number of reverse grit movements needs to be done sir. Thoughts things like Bob L. Reverse risk coils cable reverse curls and Soham now the great Texas is the Pharma's walks to build solid forearms to find anything like a weighted objects will not be kettlebells dumbbells. Even Bob Bell said the blocks tires or about anything else you can get your hand on plates and simply pick up the object assault walking for as long as you can obviously as well ups and Chin ups great exercises. You can even try hiding from a ball. For THIRTY SECONDS. Alm straights. You could do. Dumbbell wrist extensions says Bench holding dumbbell on them without lifting your own of your thoughts co the number as far as you can toward your bicep. I maintain a tight grip throughout this movement. Obviously slowly lowered the dumbbell back to neutral. So there's lots of next is you can't do train your forearms independently into really actually give them the the focus. They might deserve if you are trying to improve your your grip strength so that might sound unnecessary or you feel. You don't need to do them. You'll forums can be trained like any other exercise and they can benefit. You'll pull up shell rose. And you're dead lifts by by improving your your squeezing power and if like my friend do grip is less than you down than definitely. Give it a try
Rocket fire on Iraq base wounds three US-led coalition members
"Three American service members among the wounded in a rocket attack on a military facility in Iraq overnight at least twenty five rockets rained down on camp Taji on Saturday it was the same location where a similar rocket attack earlier in the week killed three coalition service members including two Americans that attack blamed on a Shia militia group backed by Iran with the U. S. military responding with air strikes that targeted the group's weapons storage facilities the head of U. S. forces in the Middle East general Kenneth McKenzie sounded optimistic on Friday that those strikes would make a difference we believe that this is going to have an effect on the tearing of deterring future strikes of this nature
U.S. Launches Retaliatory Airstrikes In Iraq After Missile Attack
"American officials say the US has launched air strikes in Iraq are getting the running back Shia militia members believed responsible for the rocket attack that killed and wounded American and British troops at the base north of Baghdad one U. S. official says of multiple strikes targeted Hezbollah weapons facilities inside Iraq officials reporters wrecks were joint operation with the
US conducts airstrikes against multiple Iranian-backed militia sites in Iraq
"American officials say the US has launched air strikes in the rock pardoning the Iranian backed Shia militia members are believed responsible for the rocket attack that killed and wounded American and British troops at the base north of Baghdad one U. S. official says multiple strikes targeted Hezbollah weapons facilities inside Iraq officials report the structure a joint operation with the
U.S. strikes Iraq in retaliation for attack that killed 3 coalition service members
"U. S. military has conducted airstrikes in Iraq in retaliation for recent rocket attack that killed two Americans and one British service members according to a U. S. official Wednesday's attack in Iraq was blamed on Iranian backed Shia militia groups this is
American troops killed in rocket attack on Iraq base
"Officials say the rocket barrage and camp Taji yesterday killed three service members from the U. S. led coalition and wounded a dozen others the military says about eighteen rockets hit the base just north of Baghdad similar to ones used in the past by Iranian backed militia groups in Iraq officials are not saying who they think was responsible a Shia militia group carried out an attack late last year on another base that killed an American contractor leading to U. S. retaliation and eventually the air strike that killed Iran's top general Sager mag ani Washington
What happens if Uncle Sam goes home?
"Support for Donald Trump and Bernie Sanders indicates more and more. Americans are questioning the nation's role as global leader. But what happens if Washington Jettison? Us alliances and ended the Ford Presence of U. S. forces according to Thomas wrought in the Lightest Foreign Affairs magazine. That's a distinguished New York based journal a strategy of Retrenchment. He argues would among other things. Destabilize the regional security orders about Europe and Asia increase the risks of nuclear proliferation and aggravate the threat of major power conflict. The foreign affairs article is cold. The folly retrenchment. Why America can't withdraw from the world? The author Thomas Rod is director of the Center for the United States and Europe at the Brookings Institution and is affiliated as Nonresident Fellow with the Lowy Institute in Sydney. He's based in Washington. Hi there Tom Hi Tom. It's great to be Richard and join us in cine studio. Is Doug Bandow? He's a senior fellow at the Cato Institute also in Washington a former special assistant to President Ronald Reagan and this she's scholar in residence at the Center for Independent Studies. That's a Sydney based think tank that I had welcome back. I glad to be on Tom. Tom Why do you still support a foreign policy? Strategy that Yusei quote has served the US. Whoa for decades. Well I think that the you know the. Us has had a critical role to play in Europe and in Asia since the end of our two and then after the Cold War And I think it really has worked. You know it's it's created sort of stable open and prosperous regional orders. I think if the US was to withdraw from those regions those orders will be at jeopardize some. We'd see all sorts of negative effects and I think as we look at American farm policy. Be Up to distinguish between some of the conflicts in Afghanistan and elsewhere that might make sense to to to pull back from or to to to end and the more broad sort of American commitment to international security. And I'm sort of worry that we might throw the baby out with about water in this when we talk about you know how engaged the US should be in the world but your critics would say that the US has over extended itself Particularly in nations. That don't directly affect the American national interests. I think of Afghanistan Iraq Libya many people would say strategic disaster after strategic disaster. Doesn't that undermine the case for? Us Global leadership role. Well I think that we can. We can debate the merits of of each of those and certainly in Afghanistan. Icee in the piece that it's time to end the the Board Air. I think Iraq is a sort of a tricky case because there needs to be some sort of a small presence to prevent the resurgence of Isis. And but the main point of the piece actually is that the US has not overextended in Europe and Asia. So all those cases you mentioned are sort of the Greater Middle East right there nod And Not in Europe not in Asia and I think the strategy in those two regions is basically working has worked quite well and so I don't really see the evidence of an over extension in either of those two places over extension dot band. I think we're clearly overextended. The problem is it's going to get worse. You look financially at the United States. It has a trillion dollar annual deficit for the foreseeable future without a financial crisis. Those numbers will get worse of the entitlements. Is the elderly retire? The question is how one maintains globe spanning military capable of trying to contain nations along their borders essentially everywhere and also fund other commitments. I think is going to put enormous pressure on the US budget. And I think what we see today is basically an overhang of a policy. It's inertia for policy that worked well in terms of containing the Soviet Union but doesn't make much sense when it comes to Russia and a policy that in East Asia's very complicated China's strikes me as being the major problem that we face but it makes no sense to extend ourselves everywhere for primarily concerned about China. I kept isn't a US. Pullback from Asia and Europe want that be more likely to embolden regional powers like China and Russia. I don't view Russia's being particularly strong power the stage Russia doesn't dominate Europe the way the Soviet Union threatened do so Russia doesn't have anywhere close to the relative strength towards Europe that China does Europe strikes me as being a very good example of where history suggests we should change policy changing circumstances. Meena change the policy now argue frankly. Us policy's been destabilizing. American policy towards Russia in terms of NATO expansion involvement in Ukraine and Georgia has actually provoked the Russians and has created greater problems there and argue greater threats than an alternative policy. Would Have Tom Rock. Well I guess I would sort of ask Doug if you pull of NATO or reduce the US commitment to troops in the to to the countries in the Baltics Eastern Central Europe. I mean I see the presence there as having a deterrent effect. In that if we didn't have NATO Basically have Russian incursions into those countries in greater instability. I also think NATO helps to sort of try to slow the rise of authoritarian intimate some of those countries. We have big problems in Hungary and elsewhere. I think if NATO was to disband pullback those problems get worse than that. We need to be more focused. On Democracy. In those countries that are currently in the NATO Blah if as the retentions argue the US should basically withdraw from NATO or weedy ended started military. An present there that will have significant negative consequences in another part of Tom. Wright's thesis in his Foreign Affairs as I dug Bandau is that. Us retrenchment leads to nuclear proliferation that is US allies. No longer protected by uncle. Sam would be tempted to acquire nuclear weapons of their own. Why Co that danger Doug Bandow? Everything's relative here. Sometimes you live in a world with bad choices so if the question is to the United States forever defend lots of allies being willing to sacrifice American cities to defend them or should they have nuclear capabilities. Themselves it's not so clear to me. That proliferation is such a bad thing. It's not a good thing but the question is does. The United wanted to risk Los Angeles to protect Taipei and Sydney and Seoul and Tokyo should the US be prepared to risk. You know. The United States still cities and dealing with Russia when in fact already Britain and France have nuclear weapons. Perhaps the European Union are some European defense for should also have nuclear capabilities. I don't think that it's a good alternative. On the other hand the assumption undebated you know kind of unconsidered. I think that. Us should of course maintain this Really starts falling apart especially in Northeast Asia if North Korea possesses missiles capable of hitting the United States and targeting American cities doesn't make any sense for the United States to be prepared to go to war on the Korean Peninsula. What risks are at stake? What interests are at stake? I look at that and say this really is at point to argue that. Maybe we need to reconsider. Who has want Tom Rod on that note? How would you respond to Doug? Bangles question does the. Us wants to risk of Los Angeles to protect Taiwan. Yeah I just. I just think it's really. You know in the exaggerated concern. I mean this is a very real concern. At the height of the Cold War there was a problem. Extended deterrence you know. Obviously there was a number of Said's and brinksmanship but since the Cold War the US has been able to deter Russia in Europe and Saudi. Different way you know actors in Asia what I going to the brink of a global crisis and You know that would precipitate nuclear war. Hasn't we haven't seen that pattern of crises in the last three decades so The evidence would suggest that deterrence in Europe is fairly stable. I came guests. Doug band out from Kite. When Thomas Rod from Brookings? Both prominent washington-based think tanks. And we're dividing. Tom's lightest site in Foreign Affairs magazine. The folly of retrenchment. Why America can't withdraw from the world before we turn to Australia's neighborhood in is Doug. I just want to put it back to you on this question of pulling America out of certain regions. Say the Middle East if the US pulls out of Iraq and Syria a want you just invite those suny jihadist or even the Shia militias to fill the void while they're already there. I mean the reason. Shia militias are active in Iraq is because we blew it up. I mean the notion that America promotes stability in the Middle East. I think is a fantasy the? Us helped blow up Libya now. We created the precedent that if you're dumb enough to give up your nuclear weapons and missiles we take you out who what dictator wants to follow more Merck Offi. I think the the Iraq circumstance you cannot complain about Iranian involvement there when we took out the anti Iranian dictator. So I don't see us as being able to promote relative stability in Iraq in twenty eleven when Obama Administration withdrew. Us troops that created a vacuum for those Sunni. Jihadists non-islamic stunned. I mean th this. As soon as you hottest were active. The reason we have al-Qaeda's it was created al Qaeda in Iraq which transmuted into Isis Obama pulled out following the George W Bush plan Bush could not get a status of forces agreement through when he had all the troops. So the blame Obama for this. I think is silly. And if American troops had been there there's no reason to think they would have maintained stability they would have been a target not only of Shia militias it would have been targeted Sunnis. Both sides would viewed the United States as being a problem. I told me dot band now. He he's a former Reagan. Adviser Menu reflects with I express themselves in different ways Obama trump and sands would essentially agree with Doug Bandow. How would you respond? But I think Obama. The Obama Administration came to the conclusion that it had sort of made a mistake in pulling out of Iraq in the manner in which it did because it went back in. You know to fight. Isis applied played an isis merged So I think you know. I think there's a tendency when we look at these issues you know to say the US withdraw from all of these conflicts to say. It's a Bama toward the beginning. Iraq was the wrong war. Could start it on false. Premises and Afghanistan was the good war Because it was legitimate when it began and broader than looking at the strategic consequences of both which are sort of independent of the causes right. And you know if you have a country `significant you know as Iraq in the heart of the Middle East. What goes on there has consequences and consequences for the region at a time when there is still continuing terrorism threat. I think is happening now. Let's bring it to Asia a dog. You obviously five a retrenchment of US power from not just Europe in the Middle East. I completely get that but you also support a retrenchment from East Asia question. Why China just feel the strategic vacuum left by Uncle Sam and therefore threaten the integrity of many sovereign states in the region. Doug Bandow well. China's the great challenge and the question of how to deal with China. There's no easy answer. I think the question of what America's role should be. It's clearly much more of a backup role it's not America's job to protect scarborough reef for the Filipinos me last year. Rodriguez territory announced after the Chinese Sankar ship. The US should send the navy in and start bombing. And I'm here with them. I mean it shows the danger of essentially transferring these decisions to local powers. And there's no doubt I think providing security guarantees
"Short stories are the perfect way to address a range of issues in an immediate and succinct. Way Sean Ben has done just that in his collection entitled a couple of things before the end so sean welcome to three. Ci thanks very much for having me. Now what sort of did you have in mind? It's a bit ominous sort of title. Yea Well I wouldn't be the person I mean just about everybody's GonNa soonest ought to be thinking about what the next ten twenty thirty forty s log and if you begin to read even in the mainstream press you'll start to get warnings that if the sky gets full of more particles that make the earth hotter and hotter parts of the Middle? Part of the Earth are going to become more or less uninhabitable this century and serious water and food shortages will come along with that. I mean this is nothing else but what anyone who gets anyway. Nissim Sci. He's starting to tell us Now then the question would come. Kenneth fiction serve that what can fiction do Without saying the same thing over and over but what what to do with that was really interesting to me was what would the people I grew up with. I love And also people who weren't exactly like the people I grew up with. How are we all going to be with this? What he's going to happen to to quite the people I really know once serious privation serious shortages dot to happen all around us. There's one story at the end Bunka which goes into that. We'll come to that one but there are other sorts of ends in mind here. The gained the a period in your life The end of communication is another one. That comes up. So let's delve into some of these stories and hopefully it won't be all that ominous Because there are some fascinating things here you did. The first story is called scouts. Were you ever a boy scout? I have to go ahead and say that I was a boy scout. I was a boy scout in the nineteen seventies I was very. I was particularly bad at sports which were an Australian boy his special problem but one thing I could find do with me was put me in cub scouts. And that work that worked I was especially bad at what we in. The nineteen seventies was called foot clinic Stood there disconsolate. A very small boy. Seven or eight years old in the middle of big muddy oval. And all I wanted was people might remember this. You GotTa be game at the end but for me it really was standing around in an hour on a on a baddeck not understanding really what to do with the football. I remember years ago. Michael Looney telling the story that when he was boy out in the country he was sort of Eilly united and confused by football. What you were supposed to do when the ball came down to woods him he picked it up. Held it to his chest and ran through the goals. Naturally as as one would. But it's a right of passage in some ways you know learning the not earning the badges miss but at what point do you sort of. What will does it come to an end? If we want to talk about ending but you transition the development there what was I suppose one of the things that got some pythons about being a scout? I mean they certainly some comedy as well but what was what was maybe saddle. Poignant upbeat about being a scout in the seventies wars you were participating in the system in. You didn't exactly think about lock these you'll participating in a system that was actually dying all around you which was the old British USTRALIAN loyalty. Oh British Astrid Unite. The revolt was valuable. Said they weren't sort of nineteen seventy seven nine hundred seventy eight nine hundred seventy nine a NI- uniform saluting the flag And trying to be sort of good junior soldier. Boys in a Y. Or at the very least the kind of good boy that you would have. That Biden Powell know if people remember Lord Biden Powell the founder of the Scouting Movement. But if you go back and look at scouting for boys it's the idea of kind of purposeful cleanliness in a little boy. That's also always turning into the effort to sort of locate and destroy aliens. But Tom and I don't mean I don't mean from outer space I mean the ones we leave this a militarist element. This is it. So it's it's playing soldier but it's also got an idea of self theirself idea of self control in it. There's a list of things that are good boy does that a scout does a scout prepared but a scout is also sort of honest in a tainted in some ways and I don't mean to mock all of that hopefully the thing about that stories. It's not all pissing from a high on the scouting movement. It's getting to something. Which was that? There was something in that I mean. I know we feel like this a lot now. But there's something in that old idea of self control. Which is such a daily on fashionable idea. Now the scouting movement held onto a part of it. But of course to us. It just looks ridiculous that you would wear your little uniform and your little hat and salute a flag on a Tuesday night. It's not so much ridiculous. One eventually which happens in the story eventually grows out of it yes and reevaluate says you grow older so it has its purpose in its place but as you say a lot of traditions a dying as well and they've got a reinvent. I mean the notion of a boy's group alone today. Isis audience changed another thing. That's changed the royals. You've got him on August news lead. There is an incompetent. Monarchist Focus Group pretty early in the and that comes out of the Scout Story too. Which is it goes to the whole idea of the Shia strangeness of trying to make an England down the bottom of Asia which we really did try and do. I went to London for the first time. Not that long gone about ten years ago. I had that thing that many many strengths must have had. Which is the shock of recognition that once you get through cock fosters on that train and start to going to London accord. It looks exactly like Hawthorne it looks. Exactly like Moldovan down to the last and you begin to understand why that you had before that we that that the F. It was really just to make these places again. The idea of Kemba well below Laos below. Papua we really tried for that and again I think one of the things. That's hopefully interesting about growing up. In the seventies I think the seventies there was a was a real transition time where that old idea that we could somehow Cape together an England down here began to break up and wash away and so and then then I mean then I think plenty of people listening to this would know this. But in a way the bill for that wasn't paid until the nineteen ninety s in the nineteen nineties. We had that exuberant Tom where we thought well. No no money in this and we'll just be Australian. It's all we can let England going by the nineteen ninety by the Howard years. You had the understanding that it was actually going to be something that we felt a lot more Sarah about a lot more angry about and we're going to punish somebody else but we still had politicians bringing back knighthoods and such luck. And that's you that's interesting but that was what was interesting about the Abbot Attempt. In about the time of that story about the top of that royal story where it really much to light now and even people that you wouldn't expect or the I thought the idea of Sir Prince Phillip and the first strategy night. All that's right it will be Prince Philip. Did you give Edinburgh that? The whole country in two thousand fifteen couldn't take that But just as Australia was reinventing itself oil or imagining its identity. Which is a growing sort of evolution. The monarchy is sort of caught in the same bind. Harry and Meghan done Mike it into the story necessarily only slightly but they trying to establish their own identity in a new ish. Can you hold on to the monarchy? This is where I think I mean. I think this is still true. This little against what I just said but I still think it's a strain schizophrenia. What you would think of is the oldest. Dr Steele holds a lot. Hold on a lot for monarchy and foreign idea of England that still does persist in one of the places it does possess these in those people in that royal family in the Queen and to some extent. Now I mean we tried Diana but now much more and William and Kate but the thing that Tom the thing about that he says it's just getting hotter and hotter for any family any group of individuals to actually be able to carry off what you need to do to be a barely successful enough royalty in the face of the sheer amount of virulent attention that the entertainment system is GonNa WanNa put on you. It's it's pretty much going to be impossible to be monarchy in the next fifty but also the the monarchy speaks to a tradition that goes back centuries which hasn't necessarily evolved and changed with the Moore's that go on today which is it's appeal. Which is the thing we desperately hope for that. You could point to any one group of things and say you want change will you? You'll stay the same. You promised The problem is is that as you say with them. What Harry and Megan is it. They couldn't take the deal that will often because the deal starts to get so strange which is listen. You'll be a representative of what is good in a sense. He's more self control. This idea that we're after over and over again but at the same time will pretty much persecute and you will be at you all the time. You'll open your door in the morning and hundreds of us where we tried to watch you and I I can't understand. I don't get a sense of whether this is to their credit or not. They just refuse that. Were like this is so awful. This is more or less like a kind of strange it privileged. But it's also a persecution and can leave. Just leave
Solar Orbiter blasts off to capture first look at sun's poles
"And the European Space Agency launched device from Florida Sunday night designed to give scientists and his new look at the Sun. NPR's James DUBEC has more scientists. Want to learn more about how the Sun's North and South poles effect space weather but up until now we've only viewed the sun straight on at its equator. The solar orbiter is set to travel around the Sun at an angle to view the two polls NASA scientist Horizon Evanston Shia says the mission will also help protect satellites and astronauts and space or call with. These mission is to understand our our son. I'm going forward to be able to predict by. Bt and protect solar orbiter is scheduled to make twenty two orbits around the Sun on its ten year mission mission James DUBEC NPR news Washington.
A Roadtrip Through Bulgaria
"Let's talk about a road trip through Bulgaria. I'd like to welcome to the show. Tom and Patty Burkett. Who are coming to us from Ohio but come to talk to us about Bulgaria? Tom Common Patty welcome to the show. Thank you hi there. And what is your connection Bulgaria. Well I have a cousin who's in the. US Foreign Service listen. He's posted in Bulgaria currently and is married to a Bulgarian woman and we decided to celebrate our fortieth wedding anniversary that we would like to do a trip that that was a bit more exotic than we usually do and that since we had a connection there in Bulgaria and had heard on your show that Bulgaria it is a country that is more like your might have been several decades ago that it would be an interesting place to visit and we discovered that that was absolutely true. And I think that feeds into my next question which is why should someone go to Bulgaria. Well interestingly we got that question lot from all of our friends and family I have. I'm not surprised and actually also from many Bulgarians who said why. Why did you come here? I think one of the really exciting exciting things about Bulgaria. It's on the crossroads of history. The Turkish empire the Roman Empire Communism. And so it's an absolutely fascinating location. You're interested in the development of culture. I'd add two things to that. I that we started out the trip by spending a couple of three days in Munich and Budapest and Vienna and we were amazed at the difference in tourist fatigue between those cities and our visit in Bulgaria and Bulgaria. We were the interesting interesting thing that was happening to them. Rather than the other way around some people in small towns would go out of their way to call somebody up and say. Hey they're Americans here. Come look at. Oh that's hilarious. Excellent well kind of I recommend for us. We spent more than three weeks driving around the country and we prefer to avoid for the most part areas that are highly touristed and we recommend starting in Velika turnover which is the old capital of Bulgaria and driving through the country to the Black Sea coast and spending a bit of time. There are and then driving on mush more southerly route and ending up in Plovdiv and taking some day trips from Bo Velika Tore Novo and plugged it. Okay excellent well. Let's start that immortal. You started in. You flew into Sophia and we did about. He has a good story about arriving there. And and the surly alphabet renew knew ahead of time that we might not find people who could speak English. So you're prepared for that and we knew of course that the CYRILLIC alphabet was different and we had done a little. Oh studying before we went pretty hard to get it in your brain so we got there pretty fatigued after flying. Think we had to take two flights to get there anyways as we got in. We had to rent a car. We're getting to our AIRBNB about dusk. And all of a sudden it hit us as we were trying to park our car and we could not read anything on any street signs except every one of them had a tow truck on the bottom so we finally sort award of figured out that thinks said things like well nineteen hundred eight. Am sounds like maybe you can park your overnight and so we punt with some of that and that we did have to say had a moment where we between our fatigue and trying to park this car in the country we were really unfamiliar with. We looked at each other and wondered if we'd bitten off more than we could chew but we actually ended up within an hour of that finding a friendly face at a restaurant and spoken Galician relation. Who helped clarify that? We had actually interpreted the sign correctly and we found US bought park. It was good to park at until later. Eight thirty the following following morning and the following morning we got down about fifteen minutes before the deadline expired to discover that someone had parked behind us and the car even in such a way that we couldn't possibly get it out so we're standing there wondering exactly what we should do about that in a woman got out of a nearby. You're by car that she was parking and pointed at the sign. As if to say you shouldn't park here after eight thirty and we were thinking that boy we would like to be able to get out of there if we could. Fortunately maybe someone was looking from a nearby window and who was not partisan and came back and moved it so he could get out. Welcome to Bulgaria exactly and this was in Sophea and we drove out so-fi later that day and we're not sad to see it in the Rear Review Mirror for at least a few days. Excellent will you start at us then in Velika turnover yes Adele. Novo is the first capital a Bulgarian. And it's a beautiful city. And there's a large fortress there that sits up on a hill and it has a sound and light light show that operates most nights of the year. I occasionally. It's not working but there's music and narration and the city is situated on several hill. Also we were on a hill that faced the castle so from the balcony of our apartment. We were able to watch the light show at night. We couldn't hear the narration but we could the music and we could watch the lights. Change of the fortress walls light up and the castle keep light up and it was very matic and an interesting to seem all in Bulgarian. Rian internal Danny's okay set off by the moon and the stars. It was romantic and fascinating and we were able to stay in a an apartment apartment. That was just along the craftsperson street there in Velika Tore Novo shops. The ones that weren't restaurants or little grocery stores were operated by artisans who were wood carvers and icon painters and potters and they all were all there practicing their craft. We could walk down the street read and visit with them and see the things that they were working on. It was really delightful. The street was over Hong with umbrellas so at night they had those lint it and it was very romantic as well. I'M GONNA guess you're talking about the some of SCA car Shia the Complex well in Velika turnover. I would say that was that was an ideal location. Because it's a very hilly city so you're able to do a lot of up and down hill walking. That was the place for her to be at your central location because we can walk to those vendors and then there are other places in the city we could drive to but we felt that that was a great location to be centered in. And were you finding out through Airbnb or through some local site. Or how does your apartment on AIRBNB. Yep We did use AIRBNB and we did USA local connections for some of the lodgings we stayed and when we were there as well but not that one that was airbnb like we found the AIRBNB. Were we had good luck with them. The the quality of them were described accurately. It was a little bit more rustic of somebody's a high end traveler. These were not that okay. It was what we were looking for. We were in somebody's home. We had our own area of the home with their own patio but was not a luxury but it put us right where we wanted to be
"shia" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA
"Trump changing the hearts and minds last night on love hello she didn't know I don't I think good Shia stepped in in stoop to his level which everyone always promised in the Democratic Party that they wouldn't and they got to wonder is this as good as it gets made but aside from Donald trump's rhetoric America is great always has been from I spend most of my time trying to help folks I'm out there I wish I had the time to read this compelling letter from a woman who needs our help and we're helping with some major issues in our house I wish I could read the compelling what letter of the woman who needs wheelchair ramp and we're putting a wheelchair ramp and in our house so wish we can read the compelling letters that I get every day emails text messages from folks that we do back flips to hell because this is my American and most folks see it that way most folks quite frankly they'll spend their days yelling and screaming at each other they just don't and if that's in your life then it's unusual most Americans are great my take anyone Nancy go ahead Kathy you'll have yeah Marty I support with Nancy did I think the Democrats need to do more of that and the Republicans have turned into nothing about four weeks now and the only way you deal with the Bali is by giving back what they're dishing out odds sitting back and being nice is not gonna work people say they don't like negative campaigning but that's the only thing that turns mind she's right hello again these right up all the research thanks a fastening fascinating observation my friend all the research always shows that people can stand negative TV ads but through the ads at work and they resonate that's why people use them as true I think Nancy got exasperated with all of the lies that trump about all the time twenty four seven you Connie was great under Obama whether or not you can like it or not so true look at all the economic mob markers they were just as good if not better those markers Kathy this is not true that the on on top unemployment is is lowest rate in fifty years the more the more the the markets at a all time high your your numbers are wrong this is why I get angry with me which is wrong just not true the market is at the highest levels ever been in history unemployment is at its lowest rate in history seriously unbelievable number so to say the economy is just as good on her mom was not true interest rates were a lot higher the economy is growing at a much slower pace so you can say all you want in I get what you're saying about policy and you don't like trump but the truth will set you free go and running real quick at the you're right but the market is let us does it get big if you put a Democrat Merion may destroy what what was that the person did over here you have a revolutionary as you talked about that last year and secondly I think almost childish which you did over there they should that be so but that there are we call this just goes to show me the answer to this act cracked reach me were some money tell you that I wish I had a piece of it kids real fast Kevin to one of the quickest and I really you know not only she was so lonely right up but I have been in treating the same one but I would try that with North Korea as he sees Rampurhat for the holy sorry ma'am your call so I'm rather got too too late really driving because you might Hauser genesis in Pleasant Hill we have a lot of traffic southbound on seventy nine if you're heading in that direction give yourself some extra time down toward bridge fell and that's a that bridge will rest area work zone and we have a right lane restricted on that cell phone size right now traffic is banned from the bridge real inner change all the way into the construction zone over in a large county we have crews still on the scene of an earlier accident for eighty eight is closed between Mercer road and Mortimer road education from earlier crash and no word when that section of roadway will re open parkways all doing pretty well for your right now no major problems on twenty eight I extrapolate from five to twelve oh five from the Presbyterian senior Kerr network traffic center I'm Kathy Burke on newsradio ten twenty KDKA hiring can be challenging but ziprecruiter makes it fast and easy we talked to see Dylan escorts needed to hire director of coffee.
The Roman Catholic Priest Held Hostage in Lebanon
"This is our final episode on Father Lawrence. Martin Janko a Catholic priest taken hostage by a Lebanese terrorist organization. Last week we examined the curious. Mix Up that led to Father Chen Coz capture sure we also followed the trajectory of the Lebanese terrorist organization Hezbollah and they're extremist co founder. Imad Mugniyah this week. We'll delve into the wretched. Living conditions and abuse Father Janko experienced in captivity will also follow his family's campaign for his release and the multiple to free Father Janko and other US hostages in Lebanon late January nineteen eighty five. Fifty year-old Father Janko was chained to a radiator in the dirty kitchen of an apartment overlooking overlooking Lebanon's because valley on his lap lay an abridged version of David Copperfield. That one of his guards had given him. He must have read it ten times. Already with the glasses he'd had in his pocket when he was captured reaching beneath his sweater he pulled out a raw potato and nibbled nibbled off a piece he placed it near the small hole where his friends family of ants. Were busy foraging. Father Janko envied their freedom freedom. He had been in this filthy kitchen for nearly a month and he still didn't know why nevertheless he had adapted to a little routine meals. Sales were three times a day. Lebanese bread rice fava beans and the occasional vegetable. He was also given one daily trip to the toilet for a while. This visit to the bathroom included a hot shower. Then the boiler in the basement exploded. It had been weeks since he had felt. It's even remotely clean or warm the radiator. He was chained to didn't work and at night. His guards had pile blankets on top of him to keep him from freezing being the end. He was still experiencing occasional tightness around his heart the day before his capture Father Janko had visited a doctor for tests he tried not to dwell. On what the results might have been especially since his father had died at age fifty three from heart attack his two guards. Guards provided occasional distractions during the long days. They were gentle towards father. Janko calling him a Buna the Arabic word for our father father if he was lucky they would strike up a small conversation in broken English. One Guard told a story of his sister visiting a restaurant in Switzerland island not knowing a common word for chicken she had to act it out. The guard burst into laughter and Father Janko couldn't help but chuckle. To one of the men occasionally brought Father Janko a small bag of cookies from his wife. The other gave him Muslim prayer beads to add to the Catholic Rosary. He'd made out of potato sack strings. These small relationships brought a mild sense of comfort to Father Janko during his seemingly endless days but he was otherwise alone. Most of the long quiet hours were passed by praying with his rosary although he had other more devious ways of passing the time every every so often soldiers would bring fresh food like mutton potatoes and tomatoes to the apartment. Father Janko found chances to sneak pieces of food food off the kitchen counter. He would hide them in his close to snack on between meals or to share with the family of ants. Uh One afternoon. In February Father Janko spied a jeep coming over the hill. He grabbed the sweater. He used as a blindfold. A car meant visitors and he was expected to wear a blindfold anytime someone new entered the apartment a few minutes later a strange man strode into the kitchen. Hitchin through the loose. We've his blindfold father. Janko could detect has dark eyebrows a bushy beard and a strong frame. UNBEKNOWNST to him him this was very man who had ordered his kidnapping. The Stranger crouched in front Father Janko and began to speak an interpreter behind him. Said my name is had Rodwin. Conversation was brief had Radwan did not explain y Father Janko had been kidnapped. He simply told him that he would be going home soon. Father Djenka would hear that word. Many times is over. The next eighteen months he would eventually come to mistrust it but for now he clung to this scrap of hope it would be many a years before he or anyone outside of Hezbollah would realize that had Radwan was a pseudonym the man standing before Father Janko was Imad odd move Nia the founder of Hezbollah Hezbollah was Lebanese. Shia extremist group funded by Shia revolutionaries and Iran and the group took root in the months following. Israel's nineteen eighty-two invasion of Lebanon their main goal was to drive Israel and its western Western allies out of Lebanon and to establish a pro Islamic government in the capital city of Beirut at the time of Father Jean Coz kidnapping Hezbollah was still an underground militia who outwardly call themselves Islamic Jihad which means holy war in in December of Nineteen eighty-three. Imad Mughniyah had helped orchestrate the Hezbollah bombing six locations and Kuwait City including the US embassy in the aftermath. Seventeen Shia radicals were captured by the Kuwaiti government. One of them was a mods best friend and brother-in-law Mustafa Body in retaliation for Mustafa's capture Imad had ordered the kidnapping of several. US citizens in Beirut route. He hoped that President Ronald Reagan would pressure the Kuwaiti government to release their seventeen prisoners. But the Reagan administration at least at that point had a staunch policy against negotiating with terrorists to do so would only incite more acts of terrorism in the midst of this impasse. Father Other Janko had been abducted. His was the fifth of eight American kidnappings connected to Hezbollah although one prisoner Jerry. Levin would escape on Valentine's Day February fourteenth nineteen eighty five that morning father Jenkins Guards burst into his his room panicked. They ordered him to put on his blindfold as they unfathomable chains in his haste. Father Janko didn't think to grab his glasses or his rosary. They let him down the hall and into another room of the apartment through his blindfold. He could see a rope. made a bed sheets dangling from a small window high up on the wall. Jerry Levin's exit route. Then to strange men marched into the room and brought Father Janko outside ride an escaped captive could compromise their location. So they would have to move Father Janko quickly. They shoved him into a car trunk and sped off
"shia" Discussed on Ellen on the Go
"You were a very honest guy. Yeah congratulations you've got an award last night for screenwriting for this movie. Congratulations congratulations to you. Too terrible things major. Thank you so much so wait. So is this the first film that you've written ever. Wow Yeah and how long take you to write. It took me maybe allow two months get it all sorted. wrote the first chunk. I was in this head camp that they sent me to and I wrote the first chunk and then when I got home I hadn't seen my dad in in seven years and my director Almera. WHO's a wizard? She's like You know you need to go see your dad's so then when I went on my dad recorded came home had the ending wrestled down and that was the process. It's it's so good I saw it by myself and then I wanted to push to see it so we sat down and watched it again. She loves it. I mean it's it's really good. What's ahead camp? Camp is where the court sends you when when the other other option is seven years in jail pretty much. Wow Okay so this is the situation. You're shooting a movie and something. You arrested for terrorizing a police officer and Which is a felony charge? And they said you know you got a problem and then they sent me to this place and they said you got. PTSD WE got a solution. We started doing this stuff called exposure therapy and through that process recording. These conversations is where the movie came from Right. So that really is real when you in writing down the conversations you're having with your dad in the movie Yes okay now. At the end of that interview he agreed to eat the hottest pepper known to man. And then then play burning questions with ellen but we eat eat a ghost pepper. which as you know is a very spicy and everybody knows the ghost pepper? I had I had never heard of the goes pepper until the production meeting when they're like we're going to have a meter ghost pepper and the thing about these peppers because I aid California. Something something reaper. What did I see North Carolina? Reaper Carolina Reaper. which is a similar one incomes? You eat it. I'm a celebrity. I did it to no. I'm just saying you swallow it. It Burns a little bit. You think you're okay because you chew it and swallow it so fast that you think. Oh I've gotten it and then there's a slow build of heat comes back around on you. Wow how about three to four minutes in it just keeps building and building to the point where you WanNa cry and you got to see that for unreal on TV. When Shiloh buff I this question's what do you mean? No this whole process of the slow burn right. I was like Oh we got a bad pepper. It wasn't it was. Yeah well that wasn't bad and they talk for another few seconds that you can get. Oh Shishido peppers ten wanted ten hot one I yeah. So here's how you know here's how you know on a TV show if someone is having a reaction to say hot pepper because it's because it's a move you don't often see when someone's at least on a talk show. When someone takes the sleeve of their sweatshirt and keeps wiping their eyes serve? It was so funny to watch him have a full meltdown about this pepper. So two things about this. I implore you to go watch on our show because whatever your preconceived see notions of what this guy is like when he is an bring questions chair. There's like a side of him that is so absolutely lovable and genuine. And just like you can see the vulnerability in this in this weird game. We play so please go watch that and then watch him sweat to death from this pass. Oh good who before before the break Ada Ghost pepper and it seems to just be kicking in realize all right so I said give ten thousand dollars with the charity. Got The student. Company company called Slauson.
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"shia" Discussed on The Israel Hour Radio Archives
"Shia aleikum. Three of these. Macos? Neil. Unidad? Inconceiva-? Neil. Soon. Eight. Service. Men. Neil. Thirteen year old Noam dome. Israel's Representative to the junior Eurovision song contest this past November. If you missed that song that we send to the Eurovision song contest it only came in fourteenth place, but checkout last week's Israel, our radio podcast at my Isreaeli, music dot com. Speaking of the Eurovision, we are getting closer and closer to the revelation of this year year's your vision song contest song, Koby Murimi will be seeing a song called home. It is a ballot. And that is all we know. But you'll hear the full song on March tenth, which is still actually I believe that's next Sunday. So we'll see if we hear it by the time, we get on the air next Sunday here at Israel our radio. And of course, we will have it for you. The moment we hear it at my Isreaeli music dot com. Very excited about that. We are no Dona tovia before that going out to Fernando listening live in Brazil Alani with Colombia Brazil lie in honor of. Carnival, which is taking place throughout Brazil this week. And apparently maximum Germany says it happens in Germany as well. Does it happen in other countries? I do not know serve cod before that with Nevada now fell. Hello, welcome to Israel, our radio. My name is Josh Ron. I'm so glad that you are tuned in please check in at Facebook dot com slash Israel. Our already heard from Andy in Buffalo, New York who is driving his daughter Shira to work high Indian sheera? Thanks for listening. Max's listening live in Germany and Carla's listening live in Israel. Hello to all of you. Thanks so much for checking in here at Israel, our radio, I hope you've been staying with our website, my Isreaeli music dot com. We have launched a brand new video feature called Israeli music today..
"shia" Discussed on This Is Why You're Single
"She's a scammer Shia made a copy of your key. I mean, she might have. But it's just funny domino effect of drama. Well, it's also different because it's a woman saying they have a crush on a man where if it was like the other way around. So like, his sister said, you know, if I said, we like the thing you wanted to say, which was like, thank you, you know, blah, blah, blah. If I said that as a woman, I would have just okayed my own murder that is super true. Well, then why did you respond? The defense. Lawyer would ask me as I sit in my wheelchair stand. Totally as she's totally right. Tell you sister always has good advice. A man doing that definitely is way more threatening. And like, yeah. Especially change, your lock already been in your house. You would be like freaked the fuck out if it was a guy doing it. So why is it different? When if it's a woman women can be murderers. Maybe it, let's DOE. Statistically, if we look at the numbers, most serial killers are men, I know earliest, most serial killers get caught. Yeah. Women are just more careful. So, you know, talking through with all I was like, you know, I think we came to the conclusion that like I think she was just shy and nice and was not thinking about the fact that. That you can't ask somebody out whose house you clean because it's just it's an appropriate when you've been through all of their stuff. That's the weird. But it's also bummer because you know, she probably might be it might be hard to meet people. And like this is this is her office. Yeah. If she had written into us. What advice would we have given her probably nonce leva note? I would probably say don't leave a note. Yeah. And I'd be like, you know, if you're making small talk with him, and you get the sense that like he's crushing on you back. You could maybe start to talk about things you have in common. But great, you know, he has to be the one to ask you out, and but like or like invite him to thing, although even. Hardening yet invite him to thing that's already happening. That's like a group. Hey, yes. I don't think you can just leave a note because like he can't I was like you can't have her clean your house again. Right. It'd be even considering that he didn't want her to he's such a nice guy. So he didn't want her to be like out of work. And I was like I was like you're not putting someone out of work by not having them come once every other week. Well, I mean, but he's such. He's so nice. He thinks he was like, she's a nice person. She probably was just shy. But it's just going to be too weird. He could have, you know, do it and see what happens. And if it's too weird. Then he could like I think once you know, someone has a crush on you, and then you're leaving them in your house. You know, alone with with the going is just think it's too weird. I do. Well, if he does have her come back. That's great because it's more content for the show. So let us know Ali. Yeah. Let us know. All e also member not the real all right? Bizarro world alley. So anyways. Thank you for that story. I loved it and to meeting so good. All right. We're gonna take a quick sponsor break. And then we're jumping into what's in the news. We would like to think are sponsored joy bird. Have you heard about the revolution? And online furniture shopping and joy bird, the company behind it..
"shia" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"You wanna talk about the sunni shia schism why don't you define for me how any of that or not even define explain because you don't need to define for me this you would need to explain what suny or differences between sunni and shia i'll wait i'll wait all day it's a cool talking point that makes you look really intelligence but it has nothing to do with the situation there's nothing to do with the situation you are talking about senior shia schisms let's talk about saudi arabia working more and more under mohammed bin salman to have a freer society oh they have a long way to go please don't get me wrong and the shia society of iran that it will stone gay people to death and tell me now what either one of those things has to do with moving and embassy and the answer is nothing it was a talking point for absolutely zero so this is what you get when you are a news network like msnbc and the objective is to punch the objective is not to have a conversation moving the embassy was the absolutely right thing to do i'm glad president trump did it and steve schmidt there's there's a guy you don't need to put on your christmas card list because he'll probably tell you that christmas card will also destabilize the region again know what iran wants to kill every israeli in.
"shia" Discussed on MYfm 104.3
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"shia" Discussed on KBOI 670AM
"Shooting and parkland floor that's exactly what he was saying needed that happen needed the change that they needed to be able to go in and yank weapons away and put people in jail just on the basis of tips and now here is trump saying it and this is the feinstein bit this is where a shia rupp did with glee when trump suggested jim mansion and to me that they put more domestic violence regulations and their bill donovan could add what you have also and i think you can into the bill iran can you joe can you add some of that they should i could agree with how what can you add what amy and what diane have we had the meant you can add domestic violence paragraphs pages into this bill i'm all for it i think it's terrific if you can do it and that is one there are people who voted for trump that i who are appalled frightened confused angry searching for answers we will be back don't go away sousse looms rush on the eib network idaho's home for rush limbaugh news talk six seventy kboi my now watered in this is the steeple stock market report steeple wealth management.
"shia" Discussed on Rob Has a Podcast
"Yeah i definitely thought that by scheduling myself the day before the last episode i wouldn't have to be talking about over us and that certainly backfired on me on matting really followed beginning i was just said that we even got any real talk about the game going into this like i wanted complete walltowall bs from it is also well i think there was one of the challenges with having a recap after twenty days that all of the filler that they had the really didn't have much good filler on light brady glanville oh good shia brady is probably the star this episode alley elmer as has now won you over in her two and a half weeks on suburb brother you're in trouble for things not wanna say on this podcast absolutely not i feel you recently been calling it out that she's just like calling off with stories adams there at this why it i don't think there's will get to later if we have to you but i don't feel leaders warning threat to her of legal action from donald trump i mean she's like i don't think there's i feel like she thinks on stupid if i believe that she's coming onto cbs for twenty days or whatever nonstop camera footage and is saying one saying that would get her a troubling anywhere she's clear in all of this with legal allowing i don't believe her first second that any of this is glodji says in this episode is like anything any american citizen would be able to deduce from delilah.
"shia" Discussed on LA Talk Radio Channel 1
"Says i've given you something i've given you an objective standard that shows you what the truth is in all you have to do it's crack open in the book and read it so guys listen this is a this moods going to come out on the thirteen th of april i'm going to get netflixing just to see the movie were not tearing the movie apart i'm pretty sure there are some very good actors in the movie chea toil how can never gives right olga for you for him then and then great tame martin shia now you probably great music danny glover doubt and probably going to be some some some good stuff about it but just only for entertainment sake not for truth seek not or uh what is the bible say say could not afford biblical representing biblical christianity or the perspective of the real genuine christian worldview sale on forget about that forget about trying to gain that from it just if you will watch it just watch it rented a team at sake and a frigate songs in the footstomping a good time it you can have bob insofar demanded that so many people go watch it there they're gonna get another yalla's laser elegantly mainly i'll be sent to be swayed by zona leave it they're gonna believe there okay and whenever you believe that you're okay there's no need to fix it there's nobody to repent there's no need to change no need to go to gaza because everything is okay and if everything's okay that i'm a even parretti even out even say even people who've been going to shirt for you yes in you know why because of so how did we save money here and i was i want to either celebration our motivation sodomy the vaunted hadn't yet and we good yeah right and he was a book that means granddaddy made this year so easy to so so easy sabic's made this stuff radio and celebration is easy lemme lemme libya it's very yet you met living at you know say that it's it's a difficult road to salvage operation very very easy said this is just a gift from god plus the bible says romans ten thirteen for whoever did a.
"shia" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Meeting places with that having meetings now and the communities that actually sitting up where you meet the offices in dividing them into sectors and when you see something say something is being brought out at the meetings i think that's fantastic because a lot of people wanting to get involved in this and there's no way you can beat it i mean it's actually progressing now here i know in queens and rockaway it's big they get uh i'm getting meetings on the in the same we're going to put i'll go all the means in march for different sections of the community i think people want when they go through these meetings and get involved when they she crime they she something they'll say something we didn't have this before now it seems like there's gonna be more canoeing involvement which on the status about almost because i'm a former president but one of the police council shia and with the nypd came the new ponder pull them they meet with the clergy just a couple of days with that in the next meeting in queens so i really believe that this programs going to help us out on see something say something danny not on terrorism which is where uh how we i think we usually socie that phrase but on ordinary street crime or things that even might be precursors to street crime it is that do you see because you're participating in this in the way described an increasing level of trust in the police to treat people fairly because i think a lot of people have in billings frankly okay yeah this happened or this might happen and i wanna reported on the other hand i don't wanna get another kid royal criminal justice system for something small what did you the whole eightyear to reach out to the.
"shia" Discussed on The Talk Show
"With you know non lemon apple devices but mice i think i talked about it in the show years ago but my son uh as aid the same same models me a 2013 uh macbook pro thirteen and shia and his had an issue uh where if he ever ran the battery down to zero and had auto shut down it would never turn back on there was nothing you can make it turn back on and uh first i was like well why don't do that it was like eventually i happen to one time and we got it to get back on somehow eventually i forget what the deal was and i was like why don't run it down but then he would just do it again because he'd be like playing a game and and it was like that episode a seinfeld were kramer had a car where the engine the gaslitand on and he was like let's see how far we can go like is sort of like a thrillseeking out but anyway eventually we took it in an era in some tests and would not turn on it wouldn't take a charge it was just inert and it had to be go away for a pair was all you know is as bad of a thing as you can have it was like the logic board out it'd be replaced has to be sent away couldn't be done on premises and whole thing was fantastic it was we were in the store for the briefest amount of time it was obvious that something was wrong they took it to the mysterious upstairs lab where somebody else confirmed it yes this is not right you sign out some forms you sign a your signature on an ipad.
"shia" Discussed on MYfm 104.3
"Oh man the by again shore oh oh one man magno here verb but thank you is there the lead the frank beckmann show oh man can you say man by noon three the the healy young auto 43 lie fm all that said thursday in other clan gaidin news you think you can you think on crime again in it in one override is our own deserted more on anyone deynekin still caregiver still mufflers in baby abbie move on vacation thin i don't wanna go back maybe you should know momma moammar madonna union shia legs everyone and now never do in nicaragua's swan it out is so god a nutjob did sca salas go home in orlando the beano kazue feline though lay in ula no baby girl enough young in defusing in still hold known in you should go love when you saw me that show hey my friend the only problem with you in navigate sarmiento told me in my opinion was the chatham mainly afghan campaign in it in one zero in on anyone thinking still care still enough in baby abbie move on on vacation thin i don't wanna go back maybe you should know madonna you share shia ag's everyone in then never do mitterrand was wrong and is so god a nice job data sailors go home in orlando the boone online gazit fear though learning you love oh baby yoenis in in defusing the women still whole known in you should go when love yeo said mm.
"shia" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Shia country and it sees its position asked out of being at risk from its sunni neighbors it also cease shia across the middle east in his view being persecuted by countries like saudi arabia and other places if you're saudi arabia you see a country that has meddling in practically every country in the middle east and the united states shares that view to wherever the us has interests in the middle east lease whether that saudi arabia whether it's syria were that iraq the one constant player that is at odds with the united states and its interests is iran so jared kushner last month was in saudi arabia donald trump spoke with the king just this weekend r are there other lines that we should be looking at connecting the us to any of what's going on right now in saudi well the wanting i'd say as the trump administration seems quite content to let saudi arabia plea out its problems on its own you've had a conflict in yemen where saudi arabia is engaged in a proxy war with iran and it seems fairly intractable you also have the standoff with qatar which doesn't seem to and despite diplomatic efforts including by rex tillerson and you have the current down on the princess in saudi arabia the trump administration has pretty commented on any of these things in a public way i mean the cabinet eleven officials have said the white house itself has not taken a hardline in any way uh the president spoke to the king of saudi arabia yesterday and the white house read out of the call actually did not mention the events of the weekend what it did say a was the president trump had hoped that the saudis would list saudi adam cold air uh stage on on company on the stock exchange but he believed would be very good for new york and the other thing he said was he timed to saudi arabia for buying d sad missile intercept does the.
"shia" Discussed on Thinking Allowed
"In the past by daish and you were killed because you were a shia and the people killing you were sunni now you could we've around why this happened many other things came into it but at the end of the day with shia being killed by sunni and uh you know it's no primordial it it's not unchanging it got much worse we know with the iranian revolution seen as sheer by sony states denounced as share in iraq rocket got worse again with the crushing of the shia uprising in 1991 it got far worse with the rise of al qaeda and iraq so it's fairly fluid but in the broadest sense yes i think sectarian identity is crucial to the confrontations and conflicts that we have in the middle east that let me pick up on every coming back to you danny because you were talking about i mean the patrie they're talking about the historically the extent to which it was salient howard become sailings now people or if you like forced into declaring that sort of identity as a result of events around them you used the term in your book uses is rather ugly word sectarian isaiah shouldn't because you want so i think to argue that there are ways in which to talk about sectarian conflict zone way of disguising real political revolt which may not have sectarian nature right so if you look back just to the spring and summer of two thousand eleven when the arab uprisings swept across the region what were the demands are and the slogans that animated those revolts.
"shia" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Layer after layer of secret police iran of course was iraq's mortal enemy what kind of influenced eattarun have inside saddam's iraq i didn't have much of an influence their ali had invested in iraqi opposition figures but almost all of them were outside of iraq they were many of them were actually stage in the in iran but he runs own influence inside the country was tremendously limited prior to the war demographics are important this conversation iranians are almost all shia muslims who speak farsi iraq is majority shia but shia arabs is their principal loyalty to iraq to she is him to their tribe no i think they're simple loyalty is to iraq as a whole and i think iranians would be mistaken if they would think that they would be able to gain uh a loyalty at the expense of iraq as a state in and of itself but at the same time the situation changes a bit when there isn't much of a state it also changes further when many people in iraq felt that the iraqi government was not legitimate that it was an implant by the united states and later on an implant by iran but i think the larger error with dopp type of analysis is to believe that simply because iraq is an arab and yvonne is not arab that the vanni his would not have a way of being able to expand their influence in iraq and that because saudi arabia is arab it would be more of a legitimate player in iraq and would have an easier time dealing with iraq that's where we clearly see that the analysis based on just looking at the region through ethnic or six terry in prisons really do not help the analyses much at all after the invasion powerful she of militias sprung up almost instantly where they created an armed by iran and many of them were many of them were trained by the iranians and continue to have very strong ties to the romanians they were also sunni militia's and groups many of them armed by the saudis and funded by saudis so once the power vacuum was created and once it became quite clear the united states did not have a plan for the day after the war iraq became a freeforall for everyone it's not just yvonne use andy the.
"shia" Discussed on MYfm 104.3
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"shia" Discussed on WTF with Marc Maron Podcast
"Yet when i felt like in the in the movie shia decide character and i just felt like i didn't wanna such an important subject ate wanted to kind of brushed over at lightly with the side carrow so i felt i decide not to have that character at all and just focus on the women and a lot of the slaves had left at that time instead of just really at cut off the entirely and they had to figure out how to live on on their own because white because it seems like in the in in the original movie they're just no relief from the menace of one character another round in in you chose to just focus on you the ideas and and you know what would be the the legitimate human feelings of all these women yet which is really about the women and ryan coming in and focused on that dynamic but how much of the nicole kidman character in the book was you know what had all that kind of like incest e creepy southern gothic was it in the book it's in the book and i just decided to keep that out because i wanted to be that you know desire and it's not like perverted from some incest story and you know make that it could just be that yell woman has a desire that can often and she's very religious and there's no men around diminished you distrupted there is enough after be geraldine pagers just for the have like disturbing he sa yet much more disturbing that character and and i wanted uh that character to be you know not as crazy and march tractive and not just like but the woman who pointed weena was that was that character seems out of all them to be.