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Afghan Peace Talks Begin This Week. Here’s What to Know.

Richard Eeds

01:36 min | 10 months ago

Afghan Peace Talks Begin This Week. Here’s What to Know.

"From the New York Times last couple of weeks ago, and we had on walkie Wafa, the former National security advisor to the presidential palace in Kabul, Afghanistan, and we talked about the piece, of course, coming up peace talks coming up between the Afghan government and the Taliban. And then I replayed. It is part of the show Best of show on Monday for Labor Day. What Kill was great. I thought it was fabulous tohave him on So today Those talks started in Doha, Qatar. Peace talks between the Taliban And the Afghan government. We'll see how far they go. McKeel had goingto mixed expectations. Some of the Participants in the peace talks with love. To see the United States gone. I mean, seriously gone. China and Russia, in particular trying to move into the region. If we leave and There's a big vacuum. They'd be more than happy. Although I asked What keel why the Russians? I mean, they lost. They got their butts kicked in Afghanistan. Why do they care? What What do they get out of it? Other than another ally in the region. And the answer, And I actually got an email from a listener after that, after that interview with a link to an article Pointing out Why Russia gets out What Russia gets out of it is revenge. Against the United States.

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Afghanistan deal: Don't trade away women's rights to the Taliban. Put us at the table.

NPR News Now

00:55 sec | 1 year ago

Afghanistan deal: Don't trade away women's rights to the Taliban. Put us at the table.

"In Afghanistan. Closely watching the next steps of a potential peace deal with the Taliban the group repressed women and girls in the country years ago when they were in power glass more from Kabul women have made impressive gains since the Taliban were toppled in two thousand one returning to education becoming politicians business leaders gains that could be at risk if the Taleban tried to return to their old ways. Magnesia Wafa heads the Afghanistan women's Chamber of Commerce and Industry the energy that these women have gained the power of gained and how they've progressed. That's something that they will for sure. Fight Forest stand for and they will hopefully make sure that they don't lose it. Women were not part of the talks between the US and the Taliban top negotiator says the US is committed to women's representation at inter-afghan talks scheduled this week but that will be up to the Afghans themselves for NPR news. I'm Jennifer glass in Kabul

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4 Low-Cost Ways to Gather Customer Feedback

The $100 MBA Show

08:32 min | 1 year ago

4 Low-Cost Ways to Gather Customer Feedback

"Customer feedback is so important to gather a lot of we think we could just build an isolation. That's only going to get you. So far. At some point your business going to plateau and you're going to need to know how to move forward how can I improve and of course how can I stopped doing the things that is causing my customers. Leave me or not by for me again. So here are four. Low cost ways together customer feedback. The first one is a pre pre- customer survey now. This is a survey. You're going to send to people that are not your customer yet. They're on your email list. They're shopping around. They still haven't made the commitment commitment to become a customer wise a survey so important. Well you WANNA learn a little bit more about your buyer your customer. What they're looking for so you know how to market to them Minoa to offer so you can close the deal? This will help you improve your product or service your whole experience for your customer now. These are not super super easy to get because they're not happy customers yet so I encourage you to incentivize your potential customers and this could be something as simple as a coupon code or or free shipping or something that they can get in exchange for their time. It could be as simple email saying hey. Can you give us feedback. It'll take five minutes in exchange. Take ten dollars off your next order. Well how do you go. This is pretty simple. All you gotta do is create a Google form Google forms of absolutely free. All you need is a Jamila count and allows you to create all kinds of surveys all kinds of forms. The later review export to a spreadsheet. It's brilliant and you can literally just send an email out from your newsletter asking. Your potential customers have felt the survey learning more about how they shop. What are the important features? We're looking for you can ask them to Peru ties things. Like what their preferences in terms of colors or sizes or features or you know special options Mike Vice though is to keep the survey short ten to twenty questions Max keep them shorter if there are open ended questions because that takes a bit more time time to fill out an eulogise sent out the link to the Google form via your email newsletter nice and easy and absolutely free. The next way to gather author customer feedback that I feel is super important is a cancellation feedback. Some people call a cancellation feedback or exit feedback and this happens during a customer leaving or canceling your subscription or product or something like that or asking for a refund. preferrably you do this before or you process the refund or cancel their account. You want to get some information while you have their attention while fresh in their brain why they canceling learn a little a bit more about. What's the main reason this can be easily done with a woo? Form Wafa forms are absolutely brilliant. There's a free plan and paid plans that let's start fifteen dollars a month and you can embed these forms right on your APP or on your website and it could be just the step before they cancel so I I felt the form. They submit the form they do. You can have them go to that cancellation page where they cancel. This is really important and we believe whether it's the number one thing that helps it's US improve our product. We learned very quickly from our customers. That are leaving us. Why they're leaving us? What's going on what they love with the product that they don't? I love the product and that basically built out our roadmap for years. We know exactly what to build because you know the top reason why people are leaving is because of this reason reason the next reasons this reason and this is what we're going to build in that order this is how we're gonNA prove our product the whole experience all that stuff getting them to provide feedback when they're canceling. Housing is a pivotal time. It's fresh in their mind and they're gonNA give you the feedback because they are incentivized. They want to cancel their count or get a refund. So it's kind of like a little hoop. They have go through to make it happen. It may be a little bit inconvenient for them. But it's worth it for you to get the information that you can improve at the you know a small price to pay for you improve and you can see that in the form. Hey we want to improve the product. We want to learn more about why you're canceling or while you're asking for a refund. Can you please fill this out before we move on with the cancellation illness. Spectrum of inconveniences. It's pretty low. Many companies require you to call in and get permission from a manager and send a you a particular email or fill out a form. It's really hard to kind of cancel for example. Try cancelling your cell phone plan right so a simple survey you know and I would would keep the superstore three or four Questions gather feedback. Next is a survey you can send out to your current customers customers that are not cancelled. Old they're not leaving you. They're buying your products their members or whatever it is and they're paying you money they're happy right content and I encourage you sending a a annual survey to your customers. This is a great snapshot to learn more about what your customers love about your product where you can improve hiking. Prove who've their experience again it's different perspective from a different cohort different group of people. This is a little bit of a longer in-depth survey something like twenty to thirty questions. It's GonNa take them a bit of time. Maybe fifteen to twenty minutes the complete again. I encouraged incentivize them. Say Hey this information super vital for us it helps us grow helps improve the soffer four. You our customers. Give him an Amazon Gift Card. Jim starbucks card whatever but the information is important Oren. You don't have to incentivize them. Many people will guess responses if they have a great culture and their business in there have raving fans are going to get people responding to the survey but if you want massive results you want like the majority of the people to answer the survey incentives work. This is just something that we've tried and really you know the the proof is right there when we incentivize it's exponentially a big response to the survey and make it clear. This is just a gift to you to thank you for taking the time But please answer the survey as honestly as possible to your current custom says a third way to gather feedback. Low cost again. You can use Google form. It's an annual in-depth survey survey to your customers number four one on one calls with your customers. These are priceless. And I covered this in-depth in a previous episode on one hundred on. Hbo Oh and you don't need to do to many. You can do about a dozen every six months as a minimum and this is basically sending out an email to your customers maybe your best best customers or your most active customers. I would say people that frequent your business and say here's my calendar link you can use county. It's a free plan and you can use a cutie schedule and the free trial years. My candle link schedule time on my calendar and get on a call me phone call video call. I like video calls select expressions on their face body language. And it's basically a fifteen minute call to learn more about them as a customer who they are what they do for a living why they chose your product how they use your product. How do you describe your product to other people? What would they do if the product wasn't available anymore? What their interfere features? What is one thing? They wish they had. These calls are great. Because you honest answers you'll learn more by customers. You know who to target customers liked them. You can find out there. You have a real customer Avatar. You're speaking to real people. And it's the best market research you could do understanding your actual avatar understanding actual customer but you also learn about their relationship with your business with your product. What they love about what they wish was better? How the actually describe riber product? You might be surprised how they perceive your product much differently than you. Perceive it as and you've been describing on your sales pitch completely wrong you've got to use the same language anguish as our customers because you're trying to track more like them right people that are happy and are paying you. We'd like to record these calls and we tell you know the the customer on the call. We were recording. Bring it so that we can review it later. We transcribe it. We saved these videos so we know the language that they're using again. We use it in all our sales copier. Emails are website site. A marketing materials are adds. Customer calls are great and again low low cost. It's an email us a counter crap. That's free you can run a free video meeting using Google meat so it's not going to cost anything so simple. It's just the time you need to invest

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"wafa" Discussed on The Majority Report with Sam Seder

The Majority Report with Sam Seder

02:21 min | 2 years ago

"wafa" Discussed on The Majority Report with Sam Seder

"And what we can do to fight back both within a capitalist framework and looking toward a long-term communist horizon, incorporating examples of how they run things in actually existing socialist countries like Cuba. He also explains the term real estate state and why Trump is the apotheosis of it. And in the patrons, only bonus, we tell some of our wildest housing stories including the time, SAM's landlord, literally went to jail for trying to murder tenant and still got to keep the building. But then Sam was a victim for an illegal sublet. Matt literary hangover the song of he'll WAFA will be up on the YouTube channel tomorrow. So to subscribe, check that out next week probably earlier in the week. I'll released the Margaret fuller episode. She's a early feminist and socialist in the sort of related to the transcendental movement. But she transcended the transcendental movement and that'll be also available for everybody next Saturday, who transcends the transgender, I've wished that after he said that, Hugh played, I don't know why. But just Herman Cain going, please talk, Lovie, which is what liberals did. You might see more from Herman came in the next couple of days, actually, I'm looking forward to that. Why is that? I think I saw something on Twitter. I'm gonna check it out. See it feels funny. But part of that capitalism vs, socialism thing that they did on FOX business was there, too. I, I would I, I should try and check that out are gonna take take a quick break head into the fun half. Six four six five seven thirty nine twenty is the number. We'll be right back after this. Amphora folks, six sixty five seven thirty nine twenty she in the. Who sent does it? Alpha males. On the alpha males. Just. The album ails of. Backed by the alpha male..

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In Minneapolis, leaders grapple with sudden homeless camp

Jason and Alexis

00:20 sec | 2 years ago

In Minneapolis, leaders grapple with sudden homeless camp

"First up starting local happening today. Minneapolis leaders are set to vote on plans to relocate a homeless camp near high WAFA in cedar avenues, the Minneapolis city council is deciding where the camp and the folks will go a council committee was in favor of moving the camp to a vacant lot near twenty six. Mini high avenue, but the idea was

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"wafa" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:05 min | 3 years ago

"wafa" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"She she gave it to me i touched it and i felt really awkward started crying and i felt that she needs she needs she needs someone now like i wanted to sit and talk as to meet i wanted them to you know to talk about normal things life and everything else but no they like going back going back she just wanted her husband back now she wanted someone to help her she wanted someone to be there was obvious there was a tension in the air but again i wouldn't blame her like she was twenty or something when this all of this happened and she was really connected to me or you know and she she missed him a lot i was like i felt that slowly and gradually they were changing me too often i waited for them to ask me to act like him or to even grow my mustache like him you know they wanted wafa again not just spiritually but from the outside tamir didn't want to be at office barbecue comforting his sobbing wife so he stood up and left at least i want to be treated as the mir to have this chance of living give me a chance to live as not as well for had his chance he wanted to go as far away as he could to leave office family to leave the tiny druze community to leave israel he flew into and enrolled in a study program he left wafa behind in the village he's on the bench now i'm on the court one of the first things he did in switzerland was get a tattoo stone that's like a jewel evil hands coming out of it on top and an owl like escaping the hands it's almost being catch by the hands but escaping them with feathers flying everywhere it's like escaping being suppressed.

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"wafa" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:15 min | 3 years ago

"wafa" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Mostly because he had no control over when wafa popped into his life i used to dream a lot of seeing my wife in in her wedding dress standing in the middle of the ocean on one tried to catch her inside the water and i i suffocate at the end of every dream you feel like they're stuffing to people inside you and there's no room so look you can't breathe the air is going leaving your body and then you wake up sweating and you know i had a big problem in a wedding my head every time that it happened to me i woke up like you know with a wet bed like i couldn't control my body at all as he got a little older he wanted more control over wafa that wafa that showed up without asking in his body mind and dreams he tried summoning wafa i tried hypnosis and we g board and you know a lot of spiritual guides and people in ways to communicate with spirits and everything else but i'm afraid what's going to happen like maybe at a certain point i'm going to have a mental breakdown and i don't know maybe he's gonna take control over everything you know after high school he started distancing himself from wafa wafa was a big meat eater so tamir became a vegetarian and i didn't eat meat at all wafa was fit and muscular home i'm sort of a set and kind of guy the last straw came at a family barbecue wada's family barbecue i told them like i'm a i'm a vegetarian now i hate me they saw it as a good thing and they were like like they looked at me and read ray like how i really liked meat so this is there's something wrong here and i said like i'm not what that's one his widow hanadi walks out of the room a few moments later she returned to the barbecue holding the uniform waffle was wearing when he died and we opened the whole thing.

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"wafa" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:05 min | 3 years ago

"wafa" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"For me tim years twentythree now he lives in the northern israel village of your new belongs to an ethnic minority called druce beanie drew's not an easy thing we're going to start from that telomere isn't religious i never touched the holy book that maybe it's blank inside i don't know the druze faith is shrouded in secrecy to even touch the holy book you have to sacrifice modern comforts like tv tamir isn't ready for that he knows that the druze believing god and that a main belief is reincarnation what i understood that when people die they are born again like the second that you close your eyes you're going to open them as baby after that you're going to live again and you're going to live again you're going to the began in regards to the began you know it's not it's not going to stop but i see it as as a rational explanation of swear it doesn't go anywhere and it goes to different body according to druze faith everyone everywhere is reincarnated but not everyone remembers their past lives but the thing is the people who remember they died in a tragic way which is why the woman who opened the door to have near when he was five years old was ready i think she was waiting for waiting for her son to reincarnate i think her son wafa had died when he was on reserve duty wafa died he was killed in the army so he's gonna talk eventually to their way they waited for a small kid at that age to come and you say they weren't shocked like when you open the door and you said you're my mother even if she was expecting you wouldn't she be shocked if i were the mother of wafa i'd probably would cry or i would i don't know she she was very excited had children is but i think the.

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"wafa" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:46 min | 3 years ago

"wafa" Discussed on KQED Radio

"The air but again i wouldn't blame her like she was twenty or something when this all of this happened and she was really connected to me or you know and she she met him a lot i was like i felt that slowly and gradually they were changing me to offer i waited for them to ask me to act like him or to even grow my mustache like him you know like they wanted wafa again not just spiritually but from the outside tamir didn't want to be at wada's barbecue comforting his sobbing wife so he stood up and left at least i want to be treated as the mir i want to have this chance of living give me a chance to live estimate not as so far for had his chance he wanted to go as far away as he could to leave office family to leave the tiny druze community to leave israel he flew into and enrolled in a study program he left wafa behind in the village he's on the bench now i'm on the court one of the first things he did in switzerland was get attached to stone that's like a jewel evil hands coming out of it on top and an owl like escaping the hands it's almost being catch by the hands but it's escaping them with feathers flying everywhere what's like escaping you know being suppressed he went back to israel year later i came back i i came back with the beard and with d'etudes everywhere end he fell in love.

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"wafa" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:27 min | 3 years ago

"wafa" Discussed on KQED Radio

"I i suffer kate at the end of every dream you feel like they're stuffing to people inside you and there's no room so luck you can't breathe the air is going leaving your body and then you wake up sweating and you know i had a big problem in a wedding my bed every time that it happened to me i woke up like you know with a wet bed like i couldn't control my body at all as he got a little older he wanted more control over wada that wafa that showed up without asking in his body mind and dreams he tried summoning wafa look i tried hypnosis and we g boards in you know a lot of spiritual guides and people in ways to communicate with spirits and everything else but i'm afraid what's going to happen maybe at a certain point i'm going to have a mental breakdown and i don't know maybe he's gonna take control over everything you know after high school he started seeing himself from wafa wafa was a big meter so tamir became a vegetarian and i didn't eat meat at all wafa was fit and muscular home i'm sort of a seth rogan kind of guy the last straw came at a family barbecue wada's family barbecue i told them like i'm a i'm a vegetarian now i hate me they side as a thing and they were like like they looked at me ray like cow plus i really like meat so this is there's something wrong here and i said like i'm not that's one wada's widow hannity walks out of the room a few moments later she returned to the barbecue holding the uniform waffle was wearing when he died and we opened the whole thing she she gave it to me i touched it and i felt really awkward started crying and i felt that she needs she needs she needs someone now like i wanted to sit and talk as to meet i wanted them to you know to talk about normal things life and everything else but no they keep going back going back she she just wanted her husband backing out she wanted someone to help her she wanted someone to be there was obvious there was a tension in.

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"wafa" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:41 min | 3 years ago

"wafa" Discussed on KQED Radio

"I know it's it's weird it's something that he don't hear every day but i'm gonna be honest here it's it's even crazier for me ten years twentythree now he lives in the northern israel village and belongs to an ethnic minority called druce beanie drew's is not an easy thing we're going to start from that telomere isn't religious i never touched the holy book that maybe it's blank inside i don't know the druze faith is shrouded in secrecy to even touch the holy book you have to sacrifice modern comforts like tv tamir isn't ready for that he knows that the druze believe in god and that a main belief is reincarnation what i understood that when people die they are born again like the second that you go to your eyes you're going to open them as a baby after that you're going to live again and you're going to live again you're going to the began the again you know it's not it's not gonna stop but i see it as as a rational explanation of swear that this whole like it doesn't go anywhere and it goes to different body according to druze faith everyone everywhere is reincarnated but not everyone remembers their past lives but the thing is the people who remember they died in a tragic way which is why the woman who opened the door to have mir when he was five years old was ready i think she was waiting for waiting for her son to reincarnate i think her son wafa had died when he was on reserve duty wafa died he was killed in the army so he's gonna talk eventually to their way they waited for a small kid at that age to come and you say they weren't shocked like when you open the door and you said you're my mother even if she was expecting you wouldn't she be shocked as i were the mother of wafa i probably would cry or i would i don't know she she was very excited you had children or is but i think the people that were inside the house expected that they wanted that and there were a lot of people who missed wafa wafa left behind sisters brothers child and a twenty three year old pregnant widow hanadi they wanted with of back from then on a parade of people from waffles family started showing up at the doorstep wafa sister was the.

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"wafa" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:26 min | 3 years ago

"wafa" Discussed on KQED Radio

"I can't get in trouble for for saying that because he's dead you can get me now and that he had been planning to remove the grenades i told them that i didn't get a chance to because i was killed now they're looking at me they're really shocked and i went back upstairs it was one of my priorities but i wanted to get back i think that's why i i did that when i walked in i wanted to take them away from their even to you know to throw them away or something tamir knows this all sounds unbelievable people outside the druze community the weird thing is that people here in the community see it as a normal things like everyone's cool about it it's normal was not so cool about it in fact he was freaked out mostly because he had no control over when wafa popped into his life i used to dream a lot of seeing my wife in like in her wedding dress standing in the middle of the ocean are now you one tried to catch her been ice hong side the water and i i suffocate at the end of every dream you feel like they're stuffing to people inside you and there's no room so you can breathe the air is going leaving your body and then you wake up sweating and you know i had a big problem with in a wedding my head every time that it happened to me i woke up like you know with a wet bed couldn't control my body at all as he got a little older he wanted more control over wafa that wafa that showed up without asking in his body mind and dreams he tried summoning wafa i tried hypnosis in g board you know a lot of spiritual guides and people and in a way to communicate with spirits and everything else but i'm afraid what's going to happen like maybe at a certain point i'm going to have a mental breakdown and i don't know maybe he's gonna take control over everything you know after high school he started distancing himself from wafa wafa was a big meat eater so tamir became a vegetarian and i didn't eat meat at all wafa was fit and.

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"wafa" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:43 min | 3 years ago

"wafa" Discussed on KQED Radio

"I know it's weird it's something that you don't hear every day but i'm going to be honest here it's it's even crazier for me tim years twentythree now he lives in northern israel village up yan new and belongs to an ethnic minority called druce beena drew's is not an easy thing we're going to start from that chimera isn't religious nine ever touched the holy book that maybe it's blank inside i don't know the druze faith is shrouded in secrecy and to even touch the holy book you have to sacrifice modern comforts like tv tamir isn't ready for that he knows that the druze believe in god and that a main belief is reincarnation what i understood that when people die they are born again like the second that you go your eyes you're going to open them as a baby after that you're going to live again and you're going to live again you're going to the began against the beginning now it's not it's not going to stop but i see it as as a rational explanation of swear that this whole this doesn't go anywhere and it goes to different body according to druze faith everyone everywhere is reincarnated but not everyone remembers their past lives but the thing is the people who remember they died in a tragic way which is why the woman who opened the door to ten year when he was five years old was ready i think she was waiting for waiting for her son to reincarnate i think her son wafa had died when he was on reserve duty died he was killed in the army so he's gonna talk eventually so their way they waited for a small kid at that age to come and you say they weren't shocked when you open the door and you said you're my mother even if she was expecting you what did she shocked if i were the mother of wafa i probably would cry or i would i don't know she she was very excited had children is but i think the people that inside the house expected that they wanted that and there were a lot of people who miss wafa wafa left behind sisters brothers a child and a twenty three year old pregnant widow fanatic they wanted with back from an on a parade of people from wada's family started showing up at ten years doorstep wada's sister was the first to visit.

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"wafa" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:46 min | 3 years ago

"wafa" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"The weird thing is that people here in the us communities as normal things like everyone's cool about it it's normal yeah was not so cool about it in fact he was freaked out mostly because he had no control over when wafa popped into his life i used to dream a lot of seeing my wife in in her wedding dress standing in the middle of the ocean now you one choice to catch her benign fall inside the water and i i suffer gate at the end of every dream you feel like they're stuffing to people inside you and there's no room so you can't breathe the air is going leaving your body and then you wake up sweating and you know i had a big problem in a wedding my bed every time that attack and to me i woke up like you know with a wet bed like i couldn't control my body at all as he got a little older he wanted more control over wafa that wafa that showed up without asking in his body mind and dreams he tried summoning wafa i tried hypnosis and we'd g board and you know a lot of spiritual guides and people and ways to communicate with spirits and everything else but i'm afraid to what's going to happen like maybe at a certain point i'm going to have a mental breakdown and i don't know maybe he's gonna take control over everything you know after high school he started distancing himself from wafa wafa was a big meat eater so tamir became a vegetarian and i didn't eat meat at all waffle was fit and.

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"wafa" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:52 min | 3 years ago

"wafa" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"I how can i say it would i talk like i feel like we're the same guy but you know in a different story which was hard especially as a kid trying to figure out relationships with wada's relatives like botha's wife was more than twenty years older than to mir used to sit in her lap and hug her and you know i was four or five years old she always hugged me like i felt warm life my mother like she cares about the i saw that she was desperate the whole family was desperate they wanted more time with wafa to mir obliged he spent a lot of time with his family one day when he was seven years old he went with wada's brothers to see a house wafa had been building before he died to really dangerous place to for a kid to walk in because you could follow could break something so i remember i walked two floors down there was this huge red door i remember opening it it was really heavy tamir lost control of his body like at the wedding well more feels like someone giving you signs or even like whispering in your ear grownup take your head and walk in you around grabbing one of the handles on the drawer and i'm i'm taking it out i took the whole drawer out underneath the drawer i'm grabbing this metal things the sprout bill thing and i i'm taking them out it's it's a live grenade ten year had found a stash of ammunition which in any other circumstances would feel dangerous he held them before so i wasn't scared at all i've been here i've done that so i could i'm touching it again i'm here so it's okay it's safe tim you're explained to the brothers that he wa stole the grenades from the army i can't get in trouble for saying that because he's dead you can get me now and that he had been planning to remove the grenades i told them that i didn't get a chance to because i was killed the now they're looking at me they're really shocked and i went back upstairs it was one of my priorities but i wanted to get back i think that's why i did that when i first walked in i wanted to take them away from their even juno to throw them away or something tamir knows this also unbelievable to people outside the druze community.

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"wafa" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:24 min | 3 years ago

"wafa" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"The cause of the sprig down the they they feared that i have other problems you know a tumor or something to me or didn't have a tumor doctors couldn't find a cause of his illness it was his friends and family who diagnosed him they said an old soul had been reborn in his body i know it's it's weird it's something that he don't hear every day i'm going to be honest here it's it's even crazier for me tim years twentythree now he lives in the northern israel village of your new and belongs to an ethnic minority called druce vena drew's not an easy thing we're going to start from that telomere isn't religious i never touched the holy book that maybe it's blank inside i don't know the druze faith is shrouded in secrecy to even touch the holy book you have to sacrifice modern comforts tv tamir isn't ready for that he knows that the druze believe in god and that a main belief is reincarnation what i understood that when people die they are born again like the second that you close your eyes you're going to open them as baby after that can go into live again and you're going to live again you're going to the began in regards to the beginning now it's not it's not gonna stop but i see as as a rational explanation of swear like it doesn't go anywhere and go to different body according to druze faith everyone everywhere is reincarnated but not everyone remembers their past lives but the thing is the people who remember they died in a tragic way which is why the woman who opened the door to tab mir when he was five years old was ready i think she was waiting for waiting for her son to reincarnate i think her son wafa had died when he was on reserve duty wafa died he was killed in the army so he's gonna talk eventually their way they waited for a small kid at that age to come and you say they weren't shocked when you open the door and you said you're my mother even if she was expecting you wouldn't.

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2 journalists killed in North Carolina when tree falls onto SUV

Morning Edition

02:39 min | 3 years ago

2 journalists killed in North Carolina when tree falls onto SUV

"This is npr news from npr news in washington i'm dave mattingly the national weather service is issuing flash flood watches and warnings from the florida panhandle to virginia because of alburto it's now a sub tropical depression four to eight inches of rain are likely over a wide area near tryon north carolina a local tv news anchor and a photo journalists from station and south carolina were killed while covering alberto when a tree fell under their suv the ground of course he's saturated has been for a significant period of time it was a large tree it sat back off the road a good ways that's jeffrey tenant the interim fire chief in tryon he says he spoke to the two journalists minutes before they were killed the officials in hawaii say the kilowatt volcano continues to shoot ash into the air and lava into the pacific bill dorman with hawaii public radio reports kill the way it continues to erupt with plumes of acid at summit shifting winds are pushing ashen hazardous sulfur dioxide gas inland toward more populated areas about twenty miles away lava streams are pushing into the ocean but at a slower pace wafa also crossed into geothermal power plant but civil defense officials say the affected wells are stable and secured dozens of buildings including many homes have been lost lava flow since a may third eruption on the big island trading resumes today on wall street after yesterday's holiday i'm dave mattingly in washington on the next fresh air david sedaris returns.

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"wafa" Discussed on No Agenda

No Agenda

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"wafa" Discussed on No Agenda

"Was the whole idea is well it's a new age so at least at least we're laying down the law where the weather it seems this is a private operation twitter's not owned by the government there does it now here's a thought for you so if the wall street journal no biff wafa wafa wafa ball if the wop oh does an interview with the president i have a constitutional right to read that and they can't pay walney oh that's interest i mean seriously i you cannot read washington post even my card allies has a hard time getting beyond the pay wall so i think that's unconstitutional and we should file a suit class action against us yeah the argument against twitter's the same as when i don't i'll have to look i started reading it this morning and then i realized it was seventy five page isn't like okay have some other stuff why why is it so long because it's it's ludicrous that's why it shouldn't have to take seventy five pages to explain guys feather the guy who has that job that judge he's just stalling this is his job he likes the shia he wants to be a novelist i think it's a she she thinks oh okay the she judge wants to be a novel the she judge yeah well it's worth considering if that's unconstitutional than i have a constitutional right to to to read everything that is being printed about him and that should not come at a cost.

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"wafa" Discussed on IoT inc

IoT inc

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"wafa" Discussed on IoT inc

"Yeah but then it does but then when you have multiple levels and i guess that's where it gets a little bit more complicated when you have multiple levels a usage in and you use the um um to heart rate too young to hurt the heart to pacemaker is i think that was your exam or diabetes monitor or diabetes monetary area yeah so yeah i mean you said in i'll ask it again and i guess i guess maybe you answered it but to my own do i own that data does the health provider on that data does the supplier of the heart of the of diabetes them pump up home that data and i guess the you're seeing everyone just sort of says they own it by contract than then there okay or or how does how does that kind of shaka well from way young somebody's got end up having and so for for the data ownership remains or murky concept the question what rights you have use it and wound okay so it's useful purposes ownership okay that's fair and who has close right not currently established by opera but there's going to be inactive or cases down he over wave episode even have what's his say be hung the device manufactures as i own the big what's his use own turnout utah i ever wider use it as a proxy for i can use the thing what are what he has the there's the regulatory there's the regulatory over uh framework of hip bob which has yet you may have the right use of new when wafa jeff to do it in compliance would hip is contractually again you can't contract way out obey a regulatory it must grant which takes us to the beginning of our of our discussion on the wriggled on the regulations and so forth okay um so that's helpful so yeah that's a good point is is so what is what is the wild wild west right now is who owns the data however youk contractually claim staked two using that data uh in that's in us what you won't do and as you said the best practice would be obviously to try to claim as widest.

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"wafa" Discussed on WLOB

WLOB

01:43 min | 3 years ago

"wafa" Discussed on WLOB

"Was doing his stuff she was a big supporter film and how he's just he's just a southern boy feel as though it's that's what it was all about anyhow she the hippocratic so why trump shot back at her yesterday and what he said was fine except for his parenthesis which was and she would do anything forty was talking about her coming in and seeking donations from trump just a few years ago but then of course he had to add the money shot which was and she would do anything for it so the funniest thing that came out of all that and i know it's not funny but the funniest in the came out of all that is of course elizabeth warren who can never keep her mouth shut she talks more than anybody i've ever seen in my life and says nothing i she came out and said that the president and pardon my language here but this is elizabeth warren the president slut shamed her uh that's a like an oxymoron yeah i mean it's just like crazy so but the funniest part to me was a you know i used the phrase foca hanis for poke on this because the lisbon warns of fake indian but it was really interesting last night and maybe they have been doing it for a while of just never seen it they were calling elizabeth warren lie awassa oh no i never heard that liar wafa liar liar wafa liar watt instead of iowa that was a liar wafa and i just saw the myself this is where we are today this is where american politics is i put a i put a threat up yesterday on facebook post it up with rib basically said this guy jim miller who is a spokesperson for the women who made the video using president trump that if these women wanted to be taken really seriously they've got.

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"wafa" Discussed on Reality Life with Kate Casey

Reality Life with Kate Casey

02:04 min | 3 years ago

"wafa" Discussed on Reality Life with Kate Casey

"What is it oh god so this couple wed this past may be we're supposed to get married in october but they mysteriously pushed up the date and now they're expecting a baby and people think they'd call they bones before and that she was pregnant and that's why they move the wedding up so there's all this like the lord and following the rule stuff but despite the fact these telling me lower from incredibly religious families there speculation that she did the deed before the wedding the feeling the family does not like him apparently there's a report that said that they thought he was immature arrogant and lacked experience and that he apparently he broke accord sure parole he touched her hands when they were renovating a home 'cause they're like the flipflop irs of arkansas that's how they make their money i guess so he violated oh yeah he touched her hand so everybody was really really pissed off and that the pda continue they hugged after she accepted his marriage proposal they actually hugged each other and they felt like they feel like he is a little bit of a rebel yeah i love how you accu a rebel for touching uh acting a growth hand no i i think it's truly um it's all just from it all like uncomfortable for me to you that mike think about because i like a then again these people this is this is the door for them i guess and this is considered like an this is what they're used you do on what they shoot big show walk crushing it if if they chose this because they they grew up with it but bill uh all their controversy in thumbs up on because if you mentioned any of the controversy to anyone or elsewhere the like for wafa gonna be like are you serious that way you guys are upset about odds split arching her hand okay we go away it's crazy it's a super so it really is an playing so where can people find you.

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"wafa" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

01:59 min | 4 years ago

"wafa" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"The same time you're right you came off your last year remade every right decision in signing guys in free agency and now it's all fallen on other than the the offensive line i like what they did in the draft i liked the room pick out ole miss had tight in a suit how does that guy by the way and the reason i'm so angry about is because i played them in daily vanishing but how in the hell when you lose three wide receiver in the same game that this guy is and catch a single passer is that humanly possible as athletic as he is you should target him targeted twice a dozen catch damp they lose three vibrate shavers cub odd unbelievable anyway jerry jones sometimes need suggest stop talking because like he when you start wafa laying stark over explaining it just never turns out well and that's exactly what's going on with him so first he says that if a player does not stand for the national anthem he will not play in that game and then we said at that point okay what if it's dak prescott what if it's zeke you'll elliott would've it's any body on at office of lights on poured into you ask if what if it's one of those guys what are you gonna do you gotta pull them right off the field not plan so then he comes out and explains himself and he said that quote he is he told players during the team meeting on tuesday that he's stance was quote rooted in a desire to play the bad guy and deflect attention away from layers which is quite possibly the most asinine thing he said in a long time because how is that deflecting attention away from the players when basically he is now putting them in the worst spot possible by saying i will rip you off the field and you won't play if you neil during the national anthem all that does is put.

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