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Egypt and the Arab Winter
"Arab spring. Well who doesn't love a democratic revolution. Who's not moved by. Brave protests is calling for the downfall of a brutal regime well a decade ago. That's precisely what happened in the streets of cairo and alexandria a wall of sound as egypt's vice president. I'm sulaiman announces that president hosni mubarak will step down the merciful. The compassionate seasons mahamat house entrusting mubarak has decided a month as president of the republic might have seconds after the announcement. Cairo erupted in celebrations. We are extremely happy. We are all aspiring future for egypt. We are not depending on the government anymore. This is the egyptian people. And this is the base of the new constitution now. The worldwide far the greater the egyptian uprising that culminated in the downfall of mubarak. This is ten years ago so february. Twenty eleven all. That was entirely understandable. Wasn't it after all all revolutions at least in the first few days they blissful and remember every tarn across the water arab world trembled. We already had president ali. Fleeing tunisia albany mubarak of course was toppled. Gaddafi was killed by fellow libyans. Assad of course. Vice the syrian sunni rebellion however. The egyptian uprising did not deliver a democratic outcome. Nor did the cycled arab spring really amount to a more liberal future for the region. Why noah feldman is professor of law at harvard law school. He's author of the arab winter. Tragedy noah welcome to. Abc's radio national. Thank you for having me take us back a decade ago so to the wave of popular protests that swept the middle east. There was something profoundly moving for anybody who cares about freedom in watching large numbers of people say enough is enough. We want to have a say in how things are done in our country and we want dignity and we want social justice and we want freedom. And that i think was the reason that all over the world people responded so positively to the arab spring. It's also the reason that the impulse to have these kinds of protests and change spread across the arabic speaking world to so many countries and so there was a sense of optimism but also a sense of gee what will come next and i think in some countries more than others a worry that what might come next might not be as positive as the protesters hoped what comes next. I mean for generations. It was widely believed that arabs. As opposed to site asians europeans africans latin americans. The widespread view was that arabs. Were uniquely allergic to democracy and of course the arab spring challenged narrative yet use site new book quote. It brought little good. The arab spring ultimately made many people's lives worse than they were before house are. That's a painful realization to reach especially for someone like me who believes very fundamentally that there is no country no culture no group of people organized by region or religion or language who have less in the way of aspiration to self government and freedom than any other but ultimately the reason i can conclude that it brought more harm than good. Is that in egypt. The process that began with democratization and experiment ended in a new dictatorship is bad and in many ways worse than the one that came before in syria the process of arab spring ultimate gave way to a vicious improve civil war. The gun to be sure by the syrian regime in its own defense that left almost half the population displaced either internally or externally and killed hundreds of thousands of people and pretty much the place in the arab world where things are measurably better as a result of the arab. Spring is the tiny country of tunisia. Which has actually the odds to build a functioning constitutional democracy. They still a lot of other problems. But that's just a tiny tiny piece of the much bigger picture in which things are either no better or in some cases much worse
Islamic Folklore The Ant Prays For Rain
"Once there was a big famine in Palestine it was during the time of the Prophet Prophet. Sulaiman King Solomon. He came out with his people and proceeded to an open place in the desert to pray for the rains to come. Suddenly he saw an and standing on. Its two legs raising. Its hands up towards the sky and saying oh Allah we are but very small among all the creatures we cannot survive without die. Grace please bestow upon US sustenance and do not punish us because of the sins of human beings please send down the reins so that trees can grow farms become green in grains become available and we have our food to eat prophet. Sulaiman knew the language of all animals. He told his people let us go home. The prayer of this end is enough. It then rain too heavily in all the land became green and productive. The end is an intelligent creature. Warm days it collects and stores grain inside the hulls. It knows that during wet and cold months it would not be able to go out to search for food for fear that grain may start growing because of wetness it splits it into two or more pieces at times during Moonlit nights it brings the split grains out of the stores for drying and preservation against decay. The holes under the ground are made very carefully and covered with shelter to prevent the rain water from getting inside the holes the end unlike the other animals can lift a burden twice. Its own weight. It is not a selfish creature. When aunt finds some store of food grains it runs up to its group takes its fellow ants to that place. It shows everyone of them. Its own find of this door. The always behave in this manner. They work in live in cooperation with each other. This shows how the aunt works for the group and how each of them fulfills the needs in livelihood of its fellow beings how shameful it is for a man who has no regard for another man who has no concern for his fellow human beings who could be starving because of want of food. Once while Prophet Sulaiman was traveling together with hosts of men. Gin and birds. They reached valley events. When the chief of these ants witnessed the pomp and the glory with which Prophet Sulaiman and his companions were approaching toward it. He warned all the answers to get into their holes lest they got trampled and crushed unknowingly by the approaching men and Jinn Prophet. Sulaiman smiled at. This warning sounded by the ants chief and ordered his companions to wait till the aunts went inside their holes. None of us should hurt any aunt while passing over their land. He said it said that Prophet Sulaiman addressed the chief of the aunts. And Said How could my people hurt you or your fellow ants when they are floating through air? Don't you know that I am a messenger of God and would never act unfairly? The chief of the ants replied o Messenger of God my cautioning. The ants was not for any hurt that they would suffer but to prevent them getting stray and forgetting the glory of God after seeing year pomp. And show there is a deep meaning. In this event it shows that even the most humble and smallest of creatures has been endowed with the necessary wisdom to live safely and avoid being hurt as far as possible. It also shows how even a small end does have the natural understanding of the true position of Allah. It imparts a lesson. That one should not forget the true might and glory of Allah when one experiences a great power and dignity of any creature in this world thus an aunt is one of the most wonderful small creatures in this World Surinam L. The end in the holy current is a chapter named after this creature over one thousand three hundred years ago. Imam Ali was giving a sermon in Kufa. In which he was describing the beauties of creation in various forms of life he was referring to small creatures in asking men to study. How God made them so small yet so sturdy strong he described the end in these words. Look at an end. How tiny is its body? And how delicate features it is such a small creature that it often escapes the eye and few people care to attach any importance to it. Among the living beings found on this earth. Look at it and study its ways of life how it crawls how it attacks its food how it lifts a grain so many times heavier than its body carries it to its whole how it stores grains and how in summer it gathers in stocks food for
Iraqi Parliament Votes to Expel All American Troops
"On Sunday the Iraqi occupying move to expel the US troops exam at her Kumana Lafayette? The healthy added up. It wasn't a an incredibly convincing. Vote it most Sunni and Kurdish. MP stage away all of E. N.. Peace in the Chamber at the time was Shia been happened though is equal what. NFL A woman isn't a unified position in the country but it was a parliamentary majority. This is Liz sly on the bay loop Yoichi for the Washington Post the Madden Wapakabhulo. Got Up that vote in the Iraqi parliament was in response to the drone strike. That killed Major General Qassem Soleimani and several other people including Iraqi military commander and that attack happened on Iraqi soil. Right outside the country's biggest airport toward the rockies were absolutely furious and if you remember this is came just a few days of members of Iraqi militia were killed in an ashtray insider Iraq which has already triggered outrage in Iraq seen the US embassy get students. And I'm trying to think in people burning reception gates and this nation of somebody who was one of Iraq's is closest allies really the Iraqis over the edge they were absolutely livid. And what are the prime minister. Say about this. The Prime Minister Cool Hilditch an outrage. He said it was a violation of Iraqi sovereignty. A violation of all the rules and to which has troops are operating in our because is the only there was to fight Islamic state than not supposed to be taking the orioles into Iraq. So that's true then. This is actually a violation of how the US and Iraq are supposed to be interacting than in situations like this the US was supposed to give a rock advance notice that they were going to try to do something like this. Yes and it's quite here as well that Iraq would not allow them to do this because they have very close relations kestler money. He's he's sort of the chief. Chief enforcer of Iran's will in Iraq and he funds all the militias he holds enormous interest mention the country. There's no way they would have given permission for this so then. How do they intend to respond to this? I mean the big was sponsors. The vote Newark in parliament on Sunday. Now this was not a binding law. It wasn't binding resolution. But when you think about it that U. S. went for rocket richly in two thousand and free to install democracy Z.. Bay Pretty much draft at the constitution that created this parliament and a majority in parliament is now sick. They don't want the US troops. It's very difficult for them to justify staying under these circumstances and so what would a withdrawal look like. Or what would that process look like now that they voted in parliament. Are they taking next steps to actually come up with a formal process of essentially kicking out. US troops well. This is where it gets very interesting interesting because the letter was leaked by the Prime Minister's Office yesterday but the Prime Minister had received yesterday from the US military and basically said it. It basically informed the Iraqi military to be aware that extra US troop movements for great be taking place ads the US prepared to pull out. Troops from Iraq in accordance with the sovereign was just gone the decision in the occupied event. Now look very much as this as if if the slash was giving notice that the US intending to withdraw from Iraq. The reaction in Washington was like no we haven't made any such decision led to present mistake. It was only a draft and it doesn't mean anything it really does look like the. US is actually starting into laid the groundwork lady for the process of rejoin those troops. We know that have been some movements at airport tubes. Moving from some places to other places it beginning to look if they're putting the steps in place at least two down the presence if not to bring about a complete withdrawal now of course a compete with royal would tape probably weeks or months because there's a lot of troops. There's a lot of equipment they want expecting this but yeah I think there's a sense in Iraq at the moment and the beginning of the end Come well it's also interesting because it it feels like Sola money's killing kind of laid. Bare are some existing tensions over how the US thinks about and respects the sovereignty of Iraq. And I'm wondering if there are other ways that has become apparent over the last couple of months or last couple years of the. US maybe not treating Iraq the way that a quote unquote equal partner should be treated needed. Yes I think it's fair to say that as being a real breakdown of in stage of the. US Rachi relationship in recent is a relationship that really became certainly very close. During the last years of the Bush administration was abandoned to a certain extent by the Obama Administration but not so much as leaving the patches it by trump. He didn't try and meet Iraqi leaders when he went to see the troops at Alice had bad air base. For example he just went in and saw the troops as as if his relationship with the Iraqis Persson important I mean he all his tweets all of his inconstant statements about the US wanting to be finished with endless war. It's his constant statements about the. US only wants the oil. All of that has left. People in the Middle East in general and in Iraq can particular wondering what is that. US on sound are they staying ave going. And meanwhile in those years Iraqis realizing that they are going to have to live with the Iranians on their border for the rest of the time and that the Americans can't be counted on it might not stay So is this a moment where the the Iraqis are basically saying we should be thinking about prioritizing our relationship with Iran more than any of what remains of of our relationship with the United States. I think the Iraqis come to see the presence of U. S. troops on ness. Oil Soften being stabilizing facts. Shit that helps them to balance. The relationship with Iran actually could be a destabilizing factor. cousy could bring an von U. S. war to their territory. But what's ironic about this situation. Is that at least ostensibly one of the things that led to the. US is decision to To Kill Sola money was was because he was exerting all this influence in Iraq but if this killing ends up with the US withdrawing from Iraq or being kicked out of Iraq. Doesn't that give give Iran. Basically exactly what it wanted in the first place is is an opportunity for Iran to increase their influence in Iraq will absolutely and the whole point of these tax on the US basis which Sulejmani was organizing was to convince the Americans it can stick it out to Faruk. They were hoping that president trump wouldn't have the appetite for war with Iran. Wouldn't fight back and rather than suffer. US casualties in an election year. that he would just pull out the troops and this was Sulaiman's mission if you like now that he has died his his life's goal will is going to be accomplished. And I'm curious how Iraqis feel about this like. Is there widespread support for the idea of you've strengthening ties to Iran and getting rid of US influence or is it more complicated than that. It's sound game night that it's not it. I choose much more complicated. I believe most rockies do not want that country to be a vessel stage in Iran I believe most of them resent the extensive influence your on his gains in Iraq. And we've seen that come out in the popular protests recently where they have denounced Iran and they have denounced sula money but not wanting Iran in your country doesn't mean they want America instead it's not an either or situation and it seems like that has been one one of the historical challenges. Iraq is the fact that it is such a kind of convenient proxy for so many other countries and for such a long time. They're kind of at at the mercy of of more powerful allies. Who tried to us? Iraq is a form of exerting influence. And so it. I wonder if there will be. Yeah time anytime soon where they can find a way to to be more independent or to kind of get rid of that influence and be able to stand on their own. We're looking could you really don't Chinese. They're really really sort of broken country at the moment. The economy is mass
"sulaiman" Discussed on Tha Boxing Voice
"Yeah the morning we hear you. I'm I'm taking San Diego. It's all good morning breaking rigging up you there Kevin you bring up just a bit. We're GONNA come right back to even going out to take think tank calling in from tank amount Zulu in the house was going on. I don't remember the colorful Missouri. Man I I've been a long time caller but I've been back. I've been away for a minute but I'll salute once again to your brother doing wonderful job. You and Mike Free Shipping content a man. Let me ask questions. Are we ready to forgive big baby Miller and the reason I'm saying that because because you guys mentioned in a lot of fighters and in particular ruis making a comeback why are we not talking about Big Baby Miller we've forgiven everybody. We forgiven Dylan. Why we give it all to let all of them that had had drug issues situations while? That's not true though we mentioned big baby and we did a show one big baby when he was rumored to become back. The problem is he hasn't sought with anybody yet. It was a roommate he was going to be with top rank that didn't happen. He's he's done videos putting his shoulder on on In his head on Eddie. HEARN's show the trying to go back we. We don't know where he's coming back to can't be offering or talking about hypothetical authentic allies would do. It hasn't been signed yet. No one's touched them after that. And then you've got to remember it's not you know I mean his case media you. Can we kick them in the conversation in the reason I'm saying I would love. I WanNa find time beating him. I want him to fight while the him and dealing away on the same level they. They've talked enough that those fights needs to be seen He. I honestly believe big baby is better than telling white to behinds without now. We don't know how you perform without the drugs but what we see from dealing why why why wouldn't really white fight big baby. Listen Man That is your time. But I'll tell you tank commanders Hulu if big baby could come back and somehow still look the way he used to look. Yeah I'm picking the beat dealing in white like I always used to pick them to beat dealing white like I had the baby so high I thought if AJ could knock him mouth he was GonNa Stop Aj because of activity but then everything that we loved about big babies in question because of the positive drug tests. We're going to Colorado stone bone by good.
"sulaiman" Discussed on Tha Boxing Voice
"Delay Zhang is number. Twenty nine Brian Jennings who helped out Anthony Joshua smart twenty-seven and coli Who we speak about in here and there who lost to hunter and just beat someone? I think Peter is something that he beat But yeah you know he's right there twenty six Man Kaufman is not even here. But Gorman is I wouldn't mind in Gorman Ruiz as his tune-up even Germain Franklin Ruis Germain. Lets hands go he. He don't have the skill. Maybe of a Ruis That'll be a good a good name Germane France way to surround. I don't think if people with that name a jemaine Franklin his past couple flights. We all see the delimitation did he do have and the guys like. I don't know some guy's name but it was. Fury is a former world champion. And we've seen them come back with steph safari all types of weird names James in Chilton for the Celtics Safari in Swertz and all that Shit. We did kill them for that. So I don't pay Germain Frank Way. Hey the name that Andy should even entertain caches Jamie moving on number thirty thirty eight. Wow He's common so your boyfriend Sanchez. Number thirty six with a Eddie Renault. So at the Jay in listen. Listen it's crazy because while the got six more years he's thirty four he's he's GonNa retire at forty and back half of his career. He's last six years ago to get busy. Because this top fifteen is the top names division. Now obviously these fifteen may we now all end up facing wild because they may go different. Directions like I said might go to the W. B. O.. Tyson fury and white might cancel each other out facing gene wilder Ortiz. Might get a big opportunity with like a reverse and ended up retiring or something. You never know who ends up making it up this road but The name to pick from or decent even if even if while the took some sort of voluntary defense whenever where he got past all his mandatory he still has to pick from this pool and looks like the top forty is decent. I don't know WHO's Mr Simon Kean Gene in Canada but junior file caches Cheney Frank Sanchez. Tony Yoka Germain Franklin Nathan Gorman Odor. wiling Zhao's house. You Lay all these guys are known. Surrogate Kouzmin Brian Jennings by coli Washington. They're all known so if he if he had to take voluntary defense and pick undo the top fifteen he still has decent names So hopefully this means translates into good fights. I'M GONNA get an open up the phone lines any final thoughts before I do that. This handyman hope. He comes back in better shape ofi he takes it a little bit more theories and hopefully he tries to believe so everybody did. It wasn't a of flu. Glory wasn't just a one hit wonder known fans I'm kind of intrigued to see where what happened with Andy Release career or not even read the next couple of fights from here on Santo because to any yeah man I. I reached out to his dad and You know I'm trying to schedule something and see what we can do Hopefully we can get the more man I think blogs down home. You make that call for the first gus here came across the last night of dark process. Why why are we reward known saying guys for not going out there and really putting on a credible display but I thought about it in in one thing? That's like evidence in this box Always going to be like if you are a draw if you are a sale you can't really get people behind you can Doesn't tell them what kind of opportunity for you. We Saint Paul ks. I'm saying capitalizing on just being popular Adrian Brodie noticing Nike very many of the last couple of years and still are able to get big. Tom Price Vice. Manny Pacquiao Mike Garcia and things. Things like that so When you are drought in the sport of boxing it takes a while before people? People don't believe anymore in for all intents in purposes it seems like the WBZ is GonNa GonNa Kinda make. Andy not make Andy like they're they're the namesake an invading my dad get any a little push to see if he really is That a credible opponent for the BBC champion. Whoever whoever that might be catch you gotta think down a row event you come back? He bliss out three or four guys including Kornacki non-south Luis Ortiz. He has has to be like back in the conversation for maybe a possible title shot in been under heynen being with the WBZ Is is a lot easier to make that fight with Dante wilder or a yet with the water when it's all said and done so I really feel like Andy can't come back from like can't come back and have a successful career next year but it's all about how much he won't it in. If you wasn't focused with a six million dollars in your pocket how can you be focused with nine to Lebanon Dalia pocket. So that's the big story line for me is what any of WBZ's is going is going to be able to become back in really be a threat and there's a division division like the state is on the rise is on the camera guy different guys ranked highly unsaid. Lada hungry guys in the WBZ ranking so One thousand dollars going to be eh a sometimes it might turn out to be a war like this division might turn out to be motherfucking sue spectacular and a couple years. San With Josh was in the wilders the Dylan wising theories in the Philip Grover known saying coming up do by making a name for herself. FAA Jog out here. Doing this thing and with a big baby still going to be in the mix saying Ottawa Lean. He's GonNa be in the mix. It's a lot of guys out there. Never Tony Yoka Tony. Yoke is a guy that we don't talk about that much but he is eight French heavyweight. He's trained by Hunter and my sorry to interrupt. But we have our I. I guess contender in the heavyweight. Division two-time title-challenger helling from Texas. Eric Molina coming an awful loss to Philip. Herb Vich out in Saudi Arabia. Eric Man. Good Morning First and foremost thank you for taking the time out to give us an opportunity to interview coming off of you know despite her Gingrich and just getting back into town to man so credits. Are you giving even the boxing fans and opportunity to hear from. You just wanted to talk to you. See How your time was in Saudi and how are you feeling. What's your mindset like coming offer this loss because you know I WANNA go ahead and be the first to say that I I felt pretty good man. You landed a lot of right hands since obviously there was some things you did that. I didn't agree with but You look better than normal. Well I sounds good morning. Thanks for having me guys Man You know what I I try to think back to the fight myself and Saudi Arabia Arabia was was was was great. You know when you first when you first learned not them show you gotta I say the same thing everybody else I was a little worried little. You know scared of the of the atmosphere what to expect but it was extremely safe and it was extremely welcoming and you know it was nothing like I expected. herbage. He's a big heavyweight ahead. It really seen or heard of him much But I can say that going into the fight. We've had seen some of his past fights and we had seen him be a little a little fowler's Were saw shot to the back of the head and his paths lights. And I WANNA say at one point in time or another in each of his last fight it was an issue so It was something that we weren't concerned about that was addressed before the foot before the fight. But no he's I mean he's a Shar heavyweight He's a he you know. I looked at it defense and and the things that I thought I was going to be able to make my way too but You know it's different when you get in there and you haven't in front of you and and he's definitely got some great size on him. He's athletic and and You you know I I feel that. He's he's definitely going to be forced to reckon with in the future heavyweight division. Now you had a full eight weeks and on the press conference you felt like you know there was no way that Eddie would have given you that in boom. He gave it to you so everything went well in preparation ration- for this fight. Well I mean it was a Nassar is like there's a lot of you think man that that I i. I'm not gonNA vein because it's it's really never been ideal situation for me You can give me a week's that's fine. Nfo always in good shape I wasn't just shape strong and But I've been I've been out of the ring. Big fights over two years man and and and and when when you're out of the ring for for two years you know I I kinda felt looking back that maybe it would have been a better road to kind of ease my way back into a fight like this but even looking back at it man. I don't got a promoter that's going to try and and moving along the correct way and and it just went along frustrating to us out the ring I reached out to you guys and and spoke to you guys several times Regarding my situation I just also so hungry to get back in the ring and united really care who they called me for but you know it is what it is man and it's it's behind me now and and So you know what what can I do about it. Well I mean you had a lot of success with the right hand and it seems like once you realize that you weren't afraid need to let the shots go and I didn't see you be afraid of his power once you realize you can land the right hand. I seen you obviously turn your back and complain about about buying the head shots but again once I seen that once you've seen you can land the right. You kept throwing that right. Just what went through your mind then. Well I'll tell you what though Mandel was it was. I believe it was the first of the second shot I took behind the head that it was extremely damaging it was it was It was a it wasn't shot that I took that in inside of my thought said I can't take another punch like that when you're inside that re in the fighters know what I'm talking about. You take good shot and you sit. I can't get hit with that. There's something like that again. I want to get hit with again because if I get hit with a punch like that would be really hurting. I WanNa get hit with that again. I got that theme after I believe it was the second second shot behind the head. It was very damaging to it was and and it wasn't so much that I didn't WanNa take another shot like that. I thought that I couldn't take another shot like that even if I if I wasn't afraid to so it was something that was a concern in my head I was bugged and and and I was even more with that concern and there was a time where I just said you know what I'm GonNa Throw and I'm GonNa go but the best way I could I told you guys is I go versus a shot fighter. And he's a big president Sir but I can tell you in this not just in my fight you can look at all. His fights makes makes him even stronger is that he does punches like that. He does puns like that. You can look at every single fight on his youtube There's ten professional advice on their complained about it passed by New Mexico so but it is what it is. I if if they if only five and he's doing stuff like that Gretchen him. It's GonNa make him a harder fighter to beat and I wanted I wanted to do I just wanted to ask. Do you think thank you did enough because.
"sulaiman" Discussed on The Ross Bolen Podcast
"Yes for you to actually feel the balance of real life. Yeah. Now when you enter the real world, and you feel the real balance shit starts to make a little bit more sense. And you're like, oh, do you all know until you actually get out there, and you won't see just grind? Yeah. You just gotta do. But for sure. Coming from humble beginnings can be so helpful. I think it's one of the many gifts of being from humble beginnings. Is that it keeps you humble? And it gives you perspective that other people people who come from better circumstances village wealthy. I don't even like that phrasing that I just used better circumstances have nothing to do with it. Everybody circumstances. Are there circumstances for reason? Right. Yeah. I don't think being rich is preferable to being poor or poorest preferable to being rich. I think it depends entirely on how you handle the situation, and what you make of your own life. Yeah. I'm gonna stop before. I take over your entire segment but continue so let's continue. So that that's the part about excuse me. That's the part about being humble, okay? So being fearless. We'll continue with the story of the movie also because this kind of progressive I make each point so being fearless Jimmy is an aspiring rapper. Right. Right. The whole movies about his trying to make it big as a rapper. And he goes by the rap Ilias be rabbit. Right. That's that's like his nickname Sulaiman's thing about him. Yeah. I never I never understood the bunny rabbit, or whatever, I get family nickname. What it is be rabbit rabbit rabbit have to assume, but be rabid. I wanna -ssume that. That's not the reason behind that. It's not good. No matter what. Yeah. So dream is to to alternately turn his his wrap aspirations into a lucrative career wanted to blow. Yeah. He wants to get out of eight mile doesn't want to live in that situation anymore wants to get about the trailer park. So when he's not working he takes part in rap battles at a local venue called the shelter. Oh, yeah. Yes was like a really run down beat up like a warehouse warehouse and guys just in there. Just freestyle battle rapping against each other's bars. Flying's bar for bar. You know, so one of the one of the first scenes one of the first battle rap scenes. We see be rabid on excuse me on stage, and he's clearly struggling rapper..
"sulaiman" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio
"So, you know, one of the things I'm trying to say, I absolutely think white families of this country poor white families middle class families are going through it. If you're an American you are emotionally psychologically going through it with your family your relationship to yourself. Absolutely. But just because I'm writing about specifically black families doesn't mean that. I'm not writing about white fam-. You know what I mean? I'm just trying to put a microscope on my specific family and the black families that surrounded my family with an awareness. That I speak similar things similar things that might be differently shaped what happened in white families as well. You know what I mean? Yes, I do know what you mean. I also think that we don't understand. The fact that sometimes. The food piece. And the and the the lack of nutritious food that we consume. We don't understand the addictive nature of it. And that's one of the talk a lot about on my holistic show in a little bit on this show. But it's a real problem because in my opinion, the amount of processing that goes on with our foods today in this country is a disgrace in disgusting. And more people should be standing up and saying, no, no, no, don't put those ingredients. Because what they do is. They set you up for warning more and your body becomes addicted to certain ingredients in it's like. Absolutely. Absolutely. And and and sometimes I mean, I don't notice medically, but I think stress sometimes leads us to those foods that become addictive right in. I remember when I was in college right about this in the book. I didn't I was at work study. So I didn't have a lot of money extra money like win the cafeteria closed. So like there are lots of frat boys in my dorm, and they would leave happy pizzas around. And so when I was really depressed, but also I would say really hungry about wasn't hungry at all. I would just go through garbage is trying to find like, you know, so I can make an and and and that in that became that ritual became addictive. So I hear what you're saying. I think the food I'll give us a website for this book. Sulaiman? This is.
"sulaiman" Discussed on Think Again
"And you can see a across an entire continent and and you're, you're peering into something that is brand new for humanity. So I think it's worth asking yourself what risks are worth taking. And once you've decided to take them, then change who you are so that you can win. You can defeat, you can master that thing and open a door for yourself that otherwise was just shut. This is just such a bizarre juxtapose ish in these two videos. I don't know if that is part of the fun of this. It's probably unintended, but that is part of the fun. Hopefully. So the first thing is they're both so Americans. So it's kind of crazy turn TV sitting here with less stress than our national guests talking about these very, very American things that are also kind of polar opposites in terms of that perspective. So here we have this kind of radical individualism, this embrace of absolute freedom and exceptionalism, and the idea of like the priority being, what do I get out of the world and out of the universe? And how can I best exploit those opportunities risk taking is all about my experience on maybe my. My personal growth. There's also this very American idea of self improvement. So this this trajectory of the south. So you start out as an inexperience of he'd become an experienced south and you're then a winner. He even uses the word. He's Canadian, you said, but still it's kind of the same philosophy worked for NASA. So and then on the other end of the spectrum, you have people who because of structural inequalities and because of a system kind of running rampant, an economic system capitalism, basically rent western capitalism, running rampant. There's a possibility of like taking a risk so that you advance yourself in a market when your family is starving, because it literally has no access to veg doubles your whole life. Every day is probably characterized by risk in that kind of situation, but the reward is not soaring over the best Cozma straight. Yes, exactly. Yeah. This juxtaposition between walking and going in to the universe on the rocket. Is such a foles. It doesn't work like this walking is something very natural, which is coming to us, you know, a naturally and traveling into the universe and in in a rocket is completely something completely artificial venting. So you cannot make those two things in comparative in compare this those two to think. And then if you under us to estimate this juxtapose with, then you see that entire lecture of this guy is false. I mean, the other thing that I was skeptical about is this this hierarchy of risk to risk and reward. I mean, this is a very American idea. This idea that you should push yourself to the most extreme possible risk. And I think that that message is very dangerous for a lot of people and a lot of like chill. Growing up, for example, who either might take risks that will kill them for no good reason or or who are maybe more shy and maybe need to learn more gradually. It just feels like a threatening. Awesome. Eight threatening male, patriarch of young alpha. Yeah, males. And speaking of alpha males. One of the things that I noticed in your book is that there are a lot of women in the book that would likely have been left out of the story of history like the daughter, the daughter carrying on the work of the anatomist. The daughter of Sulaiman is his first name and he's like former servant to an Austrian emperor who is now like stuffed and on display, and she keeps writing these messages that appear throughout the book to the Austrian emperor and they just go into the the void. You know, we assume they were never answered, and this seems to be something that runs throughout the book these women that are like doing heroic or important things that you know, we'll just be kind of swept away into the river of misery..
"sulaiman" Discussed on Order of Man: Protect | Provide | Preside
"I dish just amazing to me. I'm going to have you sign the copy here, but yet it's a good book and it's a good follow up to extreme ownership because I think where extreme ownership stopped, I think this is where it picks up. There's a pattern. I think people fall into when they take your advice to heart, which is good. That's what you want. And then they almost go too far with it for sure. That's the premise of the second book which. One of the problems with the book. Extreme ownership is the title extreme ownership because people take that word extreme and they say, okay, I just need to do this to the extreme. That is the case when it comes to taking ownership of things. Yes, you need to take extreme ownership. You need to make sure that you take ownership and responsibility of everything. Your world in failure to do that is going to cause problems for you as a leader and as a human. But if you start taking even the principals, even the laws of combat, if you take those to the extreme in either direction, you're probably going to get off balance as a leader and you're gonna cause other problems. So you have to remain balanced and it's one of the trickiest things to do, and that's why you know, as we work with all these different companies and all these different leaders, that's the problem that we see the most and it's also the answer to the most challenging questions that people ask. Someone will say, well, you know, I've got these people and they're just not doing what, and I'm imposing discipline on them as hard as I can. And it's like, okay, so there's your mistake. You go so far that they have not thinking anymore themselves. Oftentimes the really hard questions that people are asking, aren't that hard? But the answer is there's a balance. There's a dichotomy that you have to balance it. If you don't, you're going to be too far in one direction or the other. Is that just self-awareness? Is that measuring your results like, okay, I'm taking extreme ownership, but I'm not producing x, y and z result. So I have to evaluate this and figure out a better way to do it absolute what what's the problem and extreme ownership is a great, the idea of ownership Sulaiman I talked about this on actually, I think we talked about on my podcast. We got asked at the muster. Can you take too much extreme ownership? Can you do that? And life was like, no, you can't. You can't really take too much extreme ownership because you're responsible for everything and that's correct. And then I said, well, actually, you can take too much ownership of something. And here's when it happens is if you're on my team, it you were. For me, and I'm a guy that's on taking ownership of everything. This is my this, my projects I own it will now when it comes to your task or I give you a project, but I wanna keep ownership of the project now you don't end up with any ownership, so now I'm just giving you all the direction, give you all the plan. It's not anything that you create or come up with yourself and you as a person you're not going to like that..
"sulaiman" Discussed on ESPN FC
"The game never never never been as good on this is the top songs with sulaiman here's my first thing on switzerland can they take advantage of an opportunity because remember how they got here and i'm sorry to bring up bad memories but remember when anri had the handball against ireland and you thought oh well they're through there in the world cup what a gift they've been given and they were so just so bad in that world cup and they were just it it was was surrounded with controversy and they were just the words it was banned handed out like a and you just you just thought to yourself like they deserved it we're giving this gift you're in this world cup now on this bs moment and this is what you've done with that swing out to say that about switzerland in this case is strong it's not that strong but it's going to little far but a ball his northern player in the back on a penalty was given and that was the only goal scored in one hundred eighty minutes in the playoffs and we don't know you don't know how things might have gone it could've gone a penalty you just don't know but you're right i mean they got by northern one nil and the only goal was a very very controversial one so they've been handed this up they are in the world cup on that will they take advantage of that opportunity now dea way to look at it as they were pretty faultless and qualifying right they won't early against portugal they were beaten in nine games that one nine games actually they didn't lose until until they gain until they.
"sulaiman" Discussed on Channel 955
"No sulaiman on channel nine five five but i'm gonna look you up with some advice stay off pontiac trail if you don't want a flat tire the worst potholes you're gonna find you're welcome right dow rockstar post blown 21 savage in view go ragztop voters 'goddag hasn't i always be small uganda's style meanwhile imi gone of onoff usual online him as john salako's the mommy's put up on your name amen dang a good the bad swiss live gameby game that goes on his resumes a nice guy pain no ebro as mosey has made a lot of god now i saw back the foro stays fine him on the eve of saw in a car it was legendary nor tv i know in on montage donen said look don't give a gujral any though gulizade as german again when the not zia not a mighty china down as much as man naomi scott above impoving futures are go star amman has had aggasing i always be mom you go to us meanwhile imi ghana voronov nizzola may numbness shied size momis 100 goyal naming then dang abbey nina he'll he'll superstars feeling like a pop star john gaining jumping in the pool in that hang out ono bra room darrelle thrown away in on a transnational screened in now no ma they lie sarah's why you gotta to leo khaga raj you only guy says time with a cake jews dead you'll iv sam looking like a host knife grain and a semi safe ranks like i always ask like of crash dos measure on a come 'cause you know you are now in maidan shahr to child gorazde garage star man of users montana's danang as i always style women carnivore no yozo randomness guide silos germany's myocardial dynamic then thank god sure an county for me choi in i am channel nine five five chris soules lewis received you there the a witness appointed doing everything i can make you this morning the noise i was wondering if they ever given in the coming and going against the thought about everything whenever you flirt by gray logistic know you thought you looking to become a bit paranoid what did i miss you.
"sulaiman" Discussed on Successful Dropout
"For us it's just been the key like week and then again it's it's also this in this idea of you always sort of to be with that person and hang out with that person like we could have the normal earliest fight and not even come to a conclusion with it but we just get too tired and were is like a you wanna go like make some popcorn and watch movie or something like you distil you still want to hang out with them after you put all the fighting aside and that that why is like that one mean which one the one me i think the honor sulaiman kansan did to me when they're like this is totally me say it was like the honor in inflight looking away added flake when you're really take off as someone but he's still late love them as the big in its like looking away but it has its finger pointing towards the person's leg touch in like hold of yeah yeah and sky it's going to like that so that yeah in a nutshell that's that's where i would tell anybody has meet our relationship successful at a very simplistic level is that best friendship but there again is so in something will go into really quick and then we'll us down and we could do whole episode on the next thing where you're about to talk about but we have um nick could to sound a little uh little cheesy no allied what that we do have a system sort of involved in our relationship to that does help us stay on on track it's true um so there we have something called our shield and this is something than i have set up for our relationship back when we were first right when we were engaged first overstating oh when we were first dating um and it is essentially a listing our core values for our relations yet will it's a list of sort of danbury of tenants really in our relationship well and we call them are our standards and we call it the shield because this is that she.
"sulaiman" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Keys in it euwide aid your car running when you're we're giving your car away yeah now funny was that uh you know you know bike if you if you recall we could go back in time i saw the humor in the stupidity of myself at the time did i not mike i really don't know i gotta say i don't know past i didn't i didn't hear your if you were ripped in your yourself for doing it and i gotta say the then you did that i just lo i did my can then thank you for poor health think i don't think it was very twenty to your your car got stolen i don't think it was very plain graf cat is how ha thanks mike i appreciate it would thing mark how do you get your whole house stolen though mike the whole house like they were like just one durant's that good looking for money and jewelry or something maybe they didn't move is furniture out don't but he said hold on we could play the cut for you get if you want to me if i heard you said this whole houses route his whole house have you ever had your home if you're just joining us in that letter point yeah mike it's about them songs here with the with the word you in the title of the songa here's a song that i would play for an at the blunt is leave me i would latest ray out of the lat i'm scared vehemently denies although it's cleaning clean okay if they hit song yeah i want to kiss you i want to kiss you all overall uh that's a little way sulaiman you one play that for wrong the old granddaughter thanks mike happy new year you're welcome you got ta by regita three happy new high on the move happy new year venoy you're in a mike in orally a month plus out i always suggest each other things besides the big sports stories in the thursday a email the goes out and we played dan one and i had heard it we played the nine one one call from garang can on the field grant can be a doofus grand kiss carried away.
"sulaiman" Discussed on WWL
"You have your emergency fund okayed and we can't enjoy life right it's not about just being cheap and never be him to enjoy life that's not our message it's having the re the restraint when you need it and to be able to enjoy the fruits of your labour once you get to a point where you can and it be responsible net it's okay bill if we come in it is a metaphor great lifestyle it's funny he's accurate it's it's a jab right pat right at the kooky kids exactly now but but if he meant it literally as the dollars and cents involved you're not going to get a home obviously that's as ridiculous as one i literally did say early in my career stuff like you know you'll never you'll never amount to anything if you buy coffee at starbucks i mean 'cause i've asked you know because i put it in the calculator to mimic throw up right but uh but i but it's still was it's absurd because it's concept is i've got to be in control and so the messages congress should lay off the avocado toast in the coffee threat recently for what we're sulaiman spin log you're in congress believable the every dollar out congratulations timothy you're going to get a home mu proven that because you're about to be free in forty days you're working a system you're being intentional you're making your decision by the way you are enjoying something you wanted to enjoy but you found the way to do it without buying at a restaurant and this is just like we had an argument we dead unique looking at you have an article read hearty argued no it at nine year nap about something it was it was in a meeting and they're talking about becoming a millionaire and the things that you can do within your lifestyle to become a millionaire and we were talking about how and you throughout we'll look at the million or study the details from his and how he must niners have a grocery have at a grocery store but you said like just because you have this aggressor doesn't gonna make you lionair now payoff house you're probably going to become a.
"sulaiman" Discussed on The Hoop Collective
"Hell no magic game paid for nothing they have a department there the dude man i wish and remember the guy's name he literally every day is this is real does now really he gets of our our will use aguirre facts back away from the uh the pr people for all serb redes matthew mcconnahey he is going to be on letterman on monday any oh beyond that around two and so the old oak hill in a mob yo you want to go to the game celebrity row is not called that because they sell the celebrities is 'cause they give it to sulaiman her that's how it's actually kind of brilliant it is it's great advertise it as especially for tickets a lotta time the only thing like the fans like you know it and it's kinda like lakers games i wanna go because a woman in a seattle salute the amazon echo like more than one care and the and that jacks up the price on the ones they do sell all interests if you want to sit down spike's right next to me over here on your all those white guys that you go recognize ongc on sinn courtside those are the people paid premium anytime you see someone famous they got those things cards super home riano that game i gotta sit behind by the league which are hoping that the whole nn and it's en it's mutual rivers labor mud in hollywood 'cause we honest like men like i got to go to a game assad sat and great seats i look here's metal somebody asked me today like how much you think he paved his two none format a guaranteed in pena so you think when a made his call him say hey we got three tickets for your guest an absolutely because it looks good it looks good you know i don't have a problem cheer for sound like that will now meet last new like wha wha what i don't understand why allow the way to talk to the the only reason to before that they call two days prior but the only reason that's the thing the him celebrating the way is because you know who he is here but like for the.
"sulaiman" Discussed on WLOB
"Year it out here's says procedo by the neck try to flip it added fraud it's the back of the net now into the left corner of the maids show captain philip souls he shoots that's tipped wide to the right corner i fear getting a stick in the way on that fight it's still kept in by the cat amounts the like deaths turnover esposito back header at a safe made by sulaiman phillips shot that's walk through sarkozy clears it out that's going to go all the way down the ice and it's going to be icing so at the end of a fairly lengthy time in their own song the we are not able to make the substitutions due to the icing and so they'll the tired legs out there and hopefully win a faceoff reports quickly has given rates issues earlier the gave deal you'll be cut seven of their while forwards are below are under six feet tall but they are very quick it you'll they're like that's on the pocket so there could be prepared they're doing pretty good job moussac goes to take the face up but he's kicked out in favour of look wa against ross colton their top scorer with eight goals yet tied for third country you'd powerplay goals with five shop the right point comes in and that's why taken by look quad chance to clear the jumper for mandilak bears do all since movie through center sam was usoc rose so since you tracks it down black careers able to get some fresh legs out there is he ties it up in the right corner thinking back by o'donnell colson giarra sensitive wide of the may the right without daddy look out mass a year he throws towards the front of the net it's dipped wide another passerby than at comes out with a point through donald donald working it down low the line that they have not had together before with ballwinning kolzig dara trying to get them going other than colton y'all the other two shruggled shot it on swam any gloves it in all done with a twenty five to go here in the.
"sulaiman" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"To the bbc world service this is news out coming to live from london on james them on asami meme on bangladesh of signs an agreement which could help to repatriate mahindra muslims living in makeshift camps in bangladesh as early as two months from now that's according to the government in dyakov while the six hundred thousand row hinge or have fled myanmar since the end of august and in recent days the us secretary of state rex tillerson as described the actions of the burmese military as ethnic cleansing the bbc's gabriel gatehouse as being to bangladesh where he gathered testimony from survivors on one village and i do have to warn you his report contains some disturbing testimony including descriptions of sexual violence mahanagar letting would add new mid edited was headed out community because soldiers surrounded us and made its kneel down by the side of the river to bed you think about the money that it then they began raping and killing at the without the before us too the had my baby with me they snatched him away to flag what kind of ashura met on with maddow they threw him to the ground and killed him rashida begum survived a massacre on the thirty th of august this year soldiers from the burmese military stormed into her village to the totally in reclined state a more i want us with laugh the started learning up the dead bodies on the riverbank with a few people will still noblewoman they started hitting on their heads to finish them off that's muhammed sulaiman another survive his wife and three daughters were killed he and others managed to cross a river and swim to safety from there they watched the horrors unfold a nor a of also managed to escape the while on inaugural up a little bit and melania inland they stood it snatching babies from them of his own egged bring them to the ground then they hit them poohsticks rightful boats i'm not going to do somebody shows some disturbing mobile phone footage of dead children being pulled out of the river oh my god the voice the video says she's been shot at brains have come out this is a really really gruesome criticism it turns out and nura knows these children well say what a lenasia my name's children they were all from the same family twelve of them all of them died.
"sulaiman" Discussed on Global News Podcast
"So this is all let into them still lovie hopefully the newgeneration rediscovering their more english medium schools coming up and that's where we expect to pick up the future coveted in terms of now in this arena of mind games teenagers are not left behind the adjoining the bandwagon seventeen year old cynthia tibet believed that scrubber is way much better than movies unserious which have taken over their living rooms it's all about knowing yourself when you start engaging in movies in cities they want healthy in your life let's wines hearing could yourselves in scrabble or what games chess it's jugs humanely tells you to think i think further and it also helps senior life india studies nigeria is the defending champion and at the same time the number one scrabbled play nation in watered sulaiman bora is the nigeria scrabble for the election chairperson so what mix nigeria so booed at scrabble what we have done is that we realized that there was program in terms of reading hundreds of youths two of otas who we notice that these two was immersion we decided is to go to a a vote from rusa congruent tissues touche's to introduce again ghinwa scrub on for the first time we have some of the young careers to do that all the amused of love you who described as there is to crown the best to what gillem mission on earth continues the fiveday event marks the first time the championship is being held in africa since its establishment into six years ago that report from david were fooling ending this edition of the global news podcast an updated version will be available for you to download latam and if you want to comment on this podcast all the topics covered in it you can send us an email the address his global podcast bbc dot coderch uk i'm nick miles until next time byebye.
"sulaiman" Discussed on KGO 810
"Then the now because this is there is this is just needs to raise more taxes because there are high enough in the city already to pay for the attorneys to fight this i just i just gave sulaiman waste of time and the city can be pigheaded strongheaded bullheaded vacated how would you say stubborn i well so again i am totally four read reducing the consumption of high fructose syrup you know coca cola and for that matter diet coke call it's always been my complaint on this diet where all the long terms studies have shown that diet sodas worse yeah i call it cancer case in the end so if you're gonna go down this path label the diet sodas and and on both of them say something along the lines of this consuming this drink may well contribute to type 2 diabetes your percentage chance of of types to diabetes increases dramatically consuming this drink things like that you can put on there and you can get away with that legally so do it and then don't end this whole focus on just the sugary drinks is ridiculous diet drinks will give you cancer and the word again that longterm french study that was over a decade long sixty five thousand ina in type 2 diabetes was higher in those drinking diet soda than those drinking the sugary soda yet so if you're i it it all the way around do just off base if you only focused on sugar is what we're all going to tackle one thing at a time yeah no you're tackling sodas so label all of them then almost as using step via or lokondo or something else that that doesn't have all those prompt just say dave just saying why are you not arguing with that tape suddenly quiet doesn't have an opinion how did that happen no with.
"sulaiman" Discussed on WIMS AM 1420
"Boat come comedian lay the bowed deck being the place where the lifeboats were and i could see that everyone was judge sulaiman coined trying to get into the lifeboats and i went forward up the slanting toward the bell and i remembered that there was a small dolan raft attached to the front gun tub one up with the idea that i might be able to release the little ralph and was above a two or four man with a in the bottom cork sides and as i was looking at that raft another sailor and i told him above my plan for their any said good let's get it down read and just then up came a sailor boost cirque with fear grabbed the fire that was also lashed to the side of the gun term and begin to for some crazy reason chop that raff to bits and he was plus cirque with fear so i decided the that was no place for me so i went over to the port side of the ship and started sliding down the back side did i would look over the side and i found that the ball was reared abode suddenly feed above the water her and so i went further down finally got to the point or i was above thirty feet above the water i threw off my arctic mittens took off my arctic boots through off miners steel hillman and simply jumped over at that point i must explain we had four lifeboats and we had ninety people including crew armguard and passengers and each boat who capable of handling about 25 people are we had enough live birds additionally we had from liferafts unfortunate in the rough weather for the.