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Fresh update on "west bank" discussed on Between The Lines

Between The Lines

00:40 min | 15 hrs ago

Fresh update on "west bank" discussed on Between The Lines

"Sally, is there any indication that this guy's changed? He's now aged 46. No, absolutely not. I mean, that example I just gave you is from October this year. I think in fact this new position that he's likely to receive may embolden him. In fact, to more extreme acts, we're just going to have to wait and see. Well, his favor to be this national security minister understand that's a new role in the government. What are his powers? Who can is a new role? And it's not completely understood what it will encompass fully. But one of them would be control over the border police in the West Bank. And this is really quite a big one. It will certainly lead to a blurring of the boundaries between Israel and the West Bank and in my opinion I think it could lead to more violent clashes in those regions. Because he will sort of not be restraining the police as much as it has been in the past. Now this guy, Ben gavi, he leads the second biggest party as I mentioned in this coalition government, the liquid government, can Netanyahu and we've already mentioned that he's a veteran political tactician can Netanyahu Sally control a firebrand like Ben gavi. Well, traditionally for Netanyahu, when it comes to the ultra orthodox parties, their demands are fairly uncontroversial as far as Netanyahu, who is concerned. Bigger budgets for religious schools, the right not to teach their children secular subjects such as maths and English, but Ben giva is the most extreme minister that Netanyahu has appointed, which is saying something Netanyahu's appointed some pretty extreme characters over the years. But the one thing I think that binds both Netanyahu and Ben give together is the desire to stay in power. So that might just be enough to keep bank V from getting completely out of control and keeping the coalition together. But whether or not Netanyahu can control you, gosh, we'll have to get the crystal ball out for that. But for Netanyahu, this appointment may end up further alienating the half of Israel that didn't vote for the block of parties that are supporting him and that are so extreme. Yeah, I mean, many Palestinians think Netanyahu is extreme. What would they think of this blog? Well, he certainly going to make Netanyahu look like a moderate. Look, has Netanyahu moderated his tone since the election. No, not at all. And I think the fact that Netanyahu is willing to partner up with these extreme right-wing groups is a sign that he's not moderate in any way. And certainly groups like Palestinian Islamic Jihad and Hamas are very concerned about this appointment and what that will mean. And I'm sure that they'll respond if things start to become increasingly repressive in the occupied territories. You know, it's been 30 years since that famous scene outside the Clinton White House. Between the Israeli and the Palestinian leaders when they shook hands. And it's been more than 20 years since the Camp David accords. That was in 2000, I think. There was a real appetite, a real movement towards a groundbreaking piece between the Israelis and the Palestinians. It seems to me from a fire that things have actually got worse that the tensions between Israel and the Palestinians and now at fever pitch how do you account for that? Look, I think, you know, as you say, in 1993, there was such hope, you know, that famous photograph of Yitzhak Rabin and yes to Arafat, shaking hands on The White House lawn with Bill Clinton basking and reflective glory. There was that idea at the time that they would be a two state solution that peace was coming very soon.

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"west bank" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:10 min | 4 d ago

"west bank" Discussed on WTOP

"Android auto in your car and the WTO app on your phone that you have one touch access to the WTO P live stream. 50 trying to head towards the West Bank. Traffic reports, podcasts. Podcasts have allowed us to do and more. Check it out today. Hit 7 38. Traffic and weather on the 8s back to Rita now on the traffic center. Well, we have several problems throughout the area causing some issues, callers reporting a new issue on 95 northbound in the area of the fairfax county Parkway, the crash reported along the left side. Now we already had the issue southbound and Stafford between the centerport Parkway and 17, the right side had been blocked for the vehicle fire in northbound had been seeing a bit of a rubber necking delay. In the district, southbound three 95 before the 14th street bridge was the scene of a wreck delays begin both directions on two 95 headed across the 11th street bridge across the length of the westbound freeway, while Noah found three 95 slows getting on to the inbound 14th street bridge. This is an off and on delay, headed toward the third street tunnel. Inbound suitland Parkway slows from branch avenue fairly solid all the way to two 95 and Sterling. You'll also find southbound D.C. two 95 slow from burrows passing east capital street. The interloop of the beltway in Maryland delays before saint Barnabas road headed to the Woodrow Wilson bridge near the bridge, the right side had been blocked with a crash and a vehicle fire. If you're on the outer loop of the beltway in Maryland, delays from New Hampshire avenue around past Georgia avenue with nothing reported in the roadway. While the inner loop slows getting on to northbound 95, actually both directions about way slow getting on to northbound 95 in Maryland. The crash reported before two 12 looks like it's a southbound rubber necking delay, approaching and passing two 12 with the lanes open. In Montgomery village area of Gaithersburg ocean road is still closed between snow for school road and bramble bush drive for the ongoing cleanup and investigation from last night's plane crash. Jiffy lube service centers keep you moving from oil changes entire rotations that filters and wipers to a full range of services, visit jiffy lube D.C. dot com for a location near you. I'm Rita Kessler WTO traffic. Your forecast now with Chad Merrill. I bet breezy this morning interval was a clouds and sun, temperatures will stay in the 50s. We stay there even this afternoon gust of 25 miles an hour increasing clouds

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Twin blasts shake Jerusalem, killing 1 and wounding several

AP News Radio

00:52 sec | Last week

Twin blasts shake Jerusalem, killing 1 and wounding several

"Two blasts have gone off near bus stops in Jerusalem, killing one person and injuring others in what police say are suspected attacks by Palestinians. The first explosion occurred near a bus stop on the edge of the city, while the second went off in ramat a neighborhood in the city's north. Uma valley Israeli minister of public security says he hopes that we catch the terrorist or the terrorists and root out this organization because assuming there's a connection between the events, it's clear it's something more complex. The apparent attacks come as Israeli–Palestinian tensions are high, following months of Israeli raids in the occupied West Bank prompted by a spate of deadly attacks against Israelis that killed 19 people. I'm Charles De Ledesma.

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Israel deploys remote-controlled robotic guns in West Bank

AP News Radio

00:53 sec | 2 weeks ago

Israel deploys remote-controlled robotic guns in West Bank

"Into volatile spots in the occupied West Bank Israel's installed at robotic weapons that can fire tear gas stun grenades and sponge tipped bullets at Palestinian protesters The weapons perched over a crowded Palestinian refugee camp and in a flashpoint West Bank city use artificial intelligence to track targets Israel says the technology saves lives both Israeli and Palestinian but critics see another step towards a dystopian reality in which Israel fine tunes is open ended occupation of the Palestinians while keeping its soldiers out of harm's way Some Palestinians fear the new weapon might be misused or hacked with no accountability in potentially lethal situations I'm Charles De Ledesma

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Russia Says Retreat From Kherson City Is Complete

AP News Radio

00:36 sec | 3 weeks ago

Russia Says Retreat From Kherson City Is Complete

"Russia's military says the majority of troops from the West Bank of the river the divides Ukraine's cousin region is now complete The Russian defense ministry says it's finished pulling troops out of the curzon side of the dnieper river in a statement carried by Russia's state news agencies the ministry says that withdrawal was completed at 5 a.m. on Friday and not a single unit of military equipment was left behind The retreat that was announced earlier this week marks another setback for Moscow's war in Ukraine However a Kremlin spokesman has refused to acknowledge the retreat as humiliating for

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 4 Palestinians killed in flare-up as Israel counts votes

AP News Radio

00:57 sec | Last month

4 Palestinians killed in flare-up as Israel counts votes

"Is ready forces have killed at these four Palestinians as Israel counts final votes in its national elections The deaths of several Palestinians occurred in separate incidents in raids in the occupied West Bank and in east Jerusalem a Palestinian who stabbed a police officer in Jerusalem's old city was shot at and killed according to police the police officer was lightly wounded In the West Bank mourners poured into the streets for the funeral of the Palestinian man who police say through a fire bomb at them during a raid the violence comes amid a backdrop in which former Israeli prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu is expected to regain power backed by far right allies The coalition government is expected to include the extremist lawmaker itama Ben gee who said Israel would soon take a tougher approach to attackers Israeli political analyst Johannes Lesnar believes the toughest stance on violence is what most Israelis want The Israeli people wanted change

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"west bank" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM

WABE 90.1 FM

03:30 min | Last month

"west bank" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM

"Tower and a robotic arm to explore how to travel to work and live in space, fernbank museum dot org. This is all things considered from NPR news. I want a summers in Washington. And I melt the Chang in Culver City, California. This year has been the deadliest that Palestinians have experienced for many years in the Israeli occupied West Bank, and today they saw the single bloodiest confrontation yet. Many thousands of Palestinians gathered for a funeral march, shooting guns in the air. This is what it sounded like. They were honoring 5 Palestinians killed today in an Israeli special forces operation targeting the lion's den. There are new militant group of young Palestinian men. We have NPR's Daniel estrin on the line, hi Daniel. Hi, Elsa. So what exactly happened today? This was a rare Israeli operation in the kasbah of nablus. This is the old city a witch during the day is a pretty colorful place. These are shops itself, specialty cheese desserts and halva. But this is also a place that provides cover for armed militants with all of their narrow alleyways. And so usually Israeli troops don't enter the casp of nablus. But today before dawn they did, Israeli troops used shoulder launched missiles, Israel says it also shot at Palestinians throwing stones at troops. And the result 5 Palestinians killed and one Israeli operation that is a very big number. Israel says it was targeting the leader of the lion's den. And tell us more about the Lions den, because this is a group that we haven't heard much about yet. Right. It's a renegade band of young teens and men in their 20s, mostly in the city of nablus. They are approximately about 50 or a hundred of them only, so small a number but very big in influence. They have been taking up arms and shooting at Israeli military positions. Israel says they killed a soldier recently. And when I speak to activists in nablus, even I spoke to the father of one of these militants, people there say that these are young men, part of a young generation of Palestinians who feel that they simply have little to lose. They have come of age in a hopeless time for Palestinians under occupation. They experience friction with settlers and soldiers. They have enormous contempt for the aging Palestinian leadership, which they don't see is offering them any way forward, any future, any hope. They feel that they are not being protected from army raids. And so they say, to their own police, well, if you don't protect us, we will. And so they take up guns and that's what we're seeing. Well, then what now after this deadly raid, like, are we looking at the start of some kind of Palestinian uprising, you think? This is not the level of what we saw in the early 2000s, the intifada when we saw suicide bombings and massive Israeli incursions. This is more of a dynamic of a vacuum of leadership in the West Bank, and this also provides a glimpse of what may yet to come. We are seeing The Old Guard, the Palestinian authority, losing credibility they have been for years, but they are losing control now over many parts of the West Bank, and these young militants are becoming more assertive, and they're going viral on TikTok, recently this group, the Lions den made calls and social media go out at a certain time and shout as greatest. And many Palestinians did take a listen. And so the real significance of this armed group is not its low numbers

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"west bank" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:14 min | 2 months ago

"west bank" Discussed on WTOP

"WTO app on your phone that you have one touch access to the WTO live stream. 50 China head towards the West Bank. Traffic reports, podcasts. Podcast has allowed us to do and more. Check it out today. It's Friday, October 7th, 2022. Welcome in to WTO. 19 lane slower clock trains called Michael and son and get $100 off I trained cleaning today. At 1208 traffic and whether all the 8s and when it breaks through the overnight early morning numbers, good morning to rich hunter with this ended up traffic center. Hi good morning, Daniel starch off on the bellway on the Woodrow Wilson bridge on the inner loop as you leave the Maryland shoreline headed toward Virginia in the local lanes you get by single file right past what they're calling emergency road repairs so again heads up for delays there through lanes get by without delay, they are both both through lanes are open. Now on the adult loop of the valve Asia approaching past route 5 branch avenue and continue over to a joint base Andrews, two left lanes past the works, and then on the avenue between route one and college park and the I 95 interchange two right lanes get you both work there. Headed into Virginia, leaving the American legion bridge headed to a point beyond Georgetown pike two right lanes past the works and then on the outer loop as you approach the X that go west on 66 on that ramp, single file left, get you by. Now if you're traveling on the inner loop between Arlington boulevard and I 66 single file left gets you through the works there and then on the interlude between one 23 and the doll's toll road. Two right lanes get you by Virginia 95 northbound as you ignore of centerport park which were route 6 30 Stafford, single file left past the bridge work, Maryland 95 between I one 95 and a Baltimore bellway X at 49, two left lanes past the work there. No issues on the boulevard Washington Parkway inside or outside the beltway pretty quiet on two 70 as well. If you're traveling on northbound two ten between Kirby old road and the bellway single fall left past the work tonight, 66 westbound issue approach and pass over the belly headed out toward nutley street, you get bothered to work so in a single file to the left. As it fits mall dot com to find a safe used car if it's shareholders hundreds of cars trucks and SUVs next to a new car, a fits way used car is best is a fit small dot com today, rich hunter WTF traffic

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"west bank" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:43 min | 2 months ago

"west bank" Discussed on WTOP

"Abandoned his push to speed up the permitting process for energy products projects, and that means the Senate now has an easier path to passing a short term spending bill that would avoid a government shutdown at midnight on Friday. Boundary channel drive near The Pentagon undergoing a makeover starting today. It's part of the maze of ramps on and off I three 95, but officials hope to make it easier and safer to navigate by adding a few roundabouts. It'll also have shared use paths with bikers and pedestrians. Stay with WTO will have more on these stories in minutes. Four Palestinians were killed and an Israeli military raid in the West Bank early today. Once again, raising tensions during the Jewish holiday period. Israeli troops came to jeanine to arrest Abdel Rahman hazem, the brother of a Palestinian gunman who carried out a deadly shooting attack in Tel Aviv earlier this year, as well as another wanted man. The Israeli army said all four Palestinians killed in the exchange of gunfire were wanted men who had engaged in attacks on Israel over the past weeks and were planning new attacks. Palestinian officials said 44 people were wounded during the operation. Linda gradstein for CBS News, Jerusalem. Coming up for you in money news. The Dow is holding onto a modest gain, some local companies, unfortunate best companies for women list I'm Jeff cable. 1148. Traffic and weather on the 8s every ten minutes here on WTO, Rita Kessler in the WTO traffic center. Well, Mark, let's start out on the beltway in Virginia. Your delay on the outer loop was easing coming from the American legion bridge headed toward the dulles toll road, the crash has been moved out of the travel portion of the roadway, so the lanes are open. Inner loop of the beltway slows from 50 toward 66 with the work in the right lane. You also find in the district southbound D.C. two 95 heavy from burrows past east capitol street, southbound third street tunnel after New York avenue, the left lane was blocked with the work and northbound rock creek Parkway in your Virginia avenue state of the left to get by the work outbound New York avenue near West Virginia Montana is a report of a wreck in Maryland getting across the bay bridge, the westbound spam, the left wing of three blocked with the work, is found both lanes are open, not seeing a major delay either way getting there. In Virginia, eastbound 66 is slow from netley toward the beltway. This is the work in the right lane. Westbound route 7 year fashion boulevard enticing you were staying to the right to get by the wreck and the southbound George Washington Parkway near the scenic overlooks watch out for the tree trimmers taking the right lane one 23 no reported issues if you're in Maryland inside the beltway on 50 in the

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"west bank" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:27 min | 3 months ago

"west bank" Discussed on WTOP

"That connect. Have Apple CarPlay or Android auto in your car and the WTO app on your phone that you have one touch access to the WTO live stream. 50 China head towards the West Bank. Traffic reports, podcasts. Podcasts has allowed us to do and more. Check it out today. It's 6 28. Trap game weather on the 8th here's Mary to pump in the WTO P traffic center. All righty, thanks, Luke luker. It is like ThunderDome in the district one would enter another leaves. We've got a new crash on D.C. two 95 as you run actually. I two 95 southbound on the ramp to south capital street to suit and Parkway, right side, beginning of the ramp new crash one into the Jersey wall. Now the Susan Parkway outbound Stanton road police were clearing, you should have all of your lanes open, but be cautious if any flashing lights that may remain same holds true for the northbound third street tunnel. They got the crash off of the D street ramp toward the capitol southwest, but police were at the other end of the ramp near Washington avenue, so watch for that exit with caution. The main lanes of the third street tunnel both north and southbound remain open, no troubles on New York avenue. And no other issues on the freeway. So now our expand our horizons is to be on the beltway. Our crash on the inner loop was past branch avenue exit 7 near temple hill road overpass, and that crash is off into the Woods, so watch out for flashing lights along the right, your main lane should be open and the beltway remains its speed all the way around both in Maryland and in Virginia they were in the process of clearing all lanes, the inner loop towards 66 interchange from the overnight closures and work. So be cautious with any flashing lights around, but we're still we're back to moving much, much better. Same with 66 from front royal into roslyn at speed, the thing to note still working in both directions between Gainesville and centerville 29 29, they have cones in the road, but there are no delays in either direction. And get an a plus and savings with window nations back to school sale by two get two free and pay nothing until 2025. Call 8 6 6 90 nation or visit window nation dot com Mary de pompadour traffic. Your storm team four four day forecast with Lorne ricketts. Temperatures once again are going to be right around that 90° Mark today that he didn't text around a hundred. Lots of sunshine, small chance of a little pop up thunderstorm. So we continue into

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The Story Behind the Kushner Deals

Dennis Prager Podcasts

01:31 min | 3 months ago

The Story Behind the Kushner Deals

"So I said to you, Iran Hezbollah and Hamas, of course, two of them, well know one of them, Hamas. Hamas is Palestinian, Hezbollah is theoretically Lebanese and Iran is Iran. So what percentage, I know there's no scientific answer, but meat in your estimation, which I respect, given this experience, what percentage of Palestinians would like Israel to disappear. Like that you run the government and B annihilated, not just disappear peacefully, be annihilated. Yeah, so I think I don't think it's very high. I think that what people want at this point is they want the opportunity to lead a better life and for their children to have opportunity. And one of the things we did again, I read about this in the book is we created a business plan for the West Bank and Gaza to basically show how you fix it, right? So it's basically 5 million people and take about 27 billion to double the GDP, decrease the poverty rate in half, create a million jobs, reduce unemployment rate at the single digits. Not that hard for what we did is we created a conference in Bahrain that was hosted by the king of Bahrain. We had Saudis, we had Emirates. We had businessmen from all over the world show up to say, we're willing to invest in the West Bank in Gaza and help these people, but our problem is not the Israeli government, our problem is the fact that there's no fair judiciary.

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"west bank" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

03:22 min | 4 months ago

"west bank" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Like you belong anywhere. And so you'll be fighting for Palestine and then people will tell you Palestine doesn't exist Palestinians don't exist. And then in your own community, you'll be fighting against conservative norms, but also carrying the message of Palestine with you. And so this song was about how cruel and harshest the reality is that it pushes people to just want to escape. I leave my love something are you the only openly gay Palestinian singer, performing today, is that right? I mean, I'm the one who's, I guess, talked about it the most and haven't been afraid to discuss it with in my interviews and on the stage, I'm sure there are others, but maybe they're not like fully out or so I can't really I don't want to be like claiming that title, but I'm pretty sure I am. Well, let's talk about what happened this June. You were going to perform at a Palestinian cultural event in Ramallah in the Israeli occupied West Bank. And a bunch of guys you call them thugs showed up and threatened your concert. They said Bashar is gay, they use the derogatory ward in Arabic for gay. They said your offensive to Islam and your concert was canceled. How do you feel about what has happened to you and what's happened since? I mean, it's a horrible feeling. Obviously, it was quite traumatizing. And it was kind of shocking because I have been performing and I'm a the rest of the West Bank for the past couple of years. And I've never had any issues. And I think what happened, I don't think it's just about me. I think it's about a bigger story. I think those guys who came kind of used me as a scapegoat in order to gain popularity within Palestinian society and sort of to come out as heroes who have saved our customs and our traditions. So it was a really easy target, so suddenly you were accused of not being an appropriate symbol and appropriate messenger for the themes and the cause that you want to promote. Yeah. I mean, there's all kinds of opinions, so there was a lot of hate. I'm not going to minimize it. At the same time, that there was a lot of hate. I also felt unprecedented amount of love, you know, growing up, the topics of homosexuality and gender and queer issues, they were very, very, very taboo that, you know, growing up, I thought I was the only gay person in Palestine. So now when this happened to my show in June, there was actually a debate. Yes, at first there was a huge wave of hate for the first two days. But then these voices of reason and these allies started to speak up and it was actually beautiful to see. You have a new single coming out soon. And you wrote it earlier this summer, but the theme resonates with a

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"west bank" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

05:41 min | 4 months ago

"west bank" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Feeling like you belong anywhere. And so, you know, you'll be fighting for Palestine and then people tell you Palestine doesn't exist Palestinians don't exist. And then in your own community, you'll be fighting against conservative norms, but also carrying the message of Palestine with you. And so this song was about how cruel and harsh and the reality is that it pushes people to just want to escape. Wait a little. Something are you the only openly gay Palestinian singer? Performing today, is that right? I mean, probably. I mean, I'm the one who's, I guess, talked about it the most and haven't been afraid to discuss it with in my interviews and on the stage. I'm sure there are others, but maybe they're not like fully out or so I can't really I don't want to be like claiming that title, but I'm pretty sure I am. Well, let's talk about what happened this June. You were going to perform at a Palestinian cultural event in Ramallah in the Israeli occupied West Bank. And a bunch of guys you call them thugs showed up and threatened your concert. They said Bashar is gay, they use the derogatory ward in Arabic for gay, they said your offensive to Islam, and your concert was canceled. And then it didn't stop there shortly after your concert was canceled. There was this cultural parade in Ramallah. There were people carrying a colorful banner. They were mistaken to be carrying a rainbow pride flag and were beaten up. How do you feel about what has happened to you and what's happened since? I mean, it's a horrible feeling. Obviously, it was quite traumatizing. And it was kind of shocking because I have been performing in a drama and the rest of the West Bank for the past couple of years and have never had any issues. And I think what happened, I don't think it's just about me. I think it's about a bigger story. I think those guys who came kind of used me as a scapegoat in order to gain popularity within Palestinian society and sort of to come out as heroes who have saved our customs and our traditions. So it was a really easy target. You know, we didn't even have security. At the event. And so it was super easy for these guys to come and to kind of take control of the narrative because when they came, they also came with their cameras and they filmed themselves and air quotes peacefully and then right when they shut their phones down and we had decided to cancel the event they still trashed the place destroyed the storefront and kind of people who were hiding inside my Friends, my fans, my crew. We were all hiding while the police, while these guys were kind of cornered, the venue. So suddenly you were accused of not being an appropriate symbol. And appropriate messenger for the themes and the cause that you want to promote. Yeah, because you're gay. All of this has sparked a lot of debates that's still going on among Palestinians about acceptance of the LGBTQ community. So what are Palestinians saying, what are you hearing? Are you surprised by people's opinions? I mean, there's all kinds of opinions. Definitely there was a lot of hate and it was fueled by the false information that was shared widely. So there was a lot of hate. I'm not going to minimize it. But to me, hate is always louder than love because it's easier to just have like this crazy reaction and this angry reaction and to go and type something on social media. At the same time that there was a lot of hate, I also felt unprecedented amount of love. You know, growing up, the topics of homosexuality and gender and queer issues, they were very, very, very taboo that, you know, growing up, I thought I was the only gay person in Palestine. And so now when this happened at my show in June, there was actually a debate. Yes, at first there was a huge wave of hate for the first two days. But then these voices of reason and these allies started to speak up and it was actually beautiful to see. For now though Bashar, are you are you wondering whether you'll be able to perform safely in Palestinian venues in the West Bank? Definitely. Definitely, because I think at first I was doing everything and you know only the right people who are paying attention. Now we have everyone kind of paying attention. You have a new single coming out soon. And you wrote it earlier this summer, but the theme resonates with a lot of dark things that you

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"west bank" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM

WABE 90.1 FM

03:37 min | 4 months ago

"west bank" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM

"The president remains firmly committed to advancing the cause of human rights in general and in particular. Earlier in the day Biden met with Palestinian authority president Mahmoud Abbas in the occupied West Bank, there was no joint statement and PR's Daniel astronaut explains. A Palestinian official told NPR the sides could not agree on a joint statement because the Biden administration refused to endorse the Palestinian demand for a capital in east Jerusalem, the official spoke on condition of anonymity to discuss private talks with Biden's team. National security adviser Jake Sullivan says that doesn't accurately portray their exchange. According to a White House readout, when Biden met the Palestinian leader, he said the U.S. recognizes Jerusalem as the capital of Israel, but that the specific boundaries of sovereignty there should be resolved through talks between Israelis and Palestinians. And their joint press conference Biden said Jerusalem is central to the national vision of both Palestinians and Israelis. To your histories, to your face, to your futures. Jerusalem must be a city for all its people. Daniel estrin NPR news, Jerusalem. The Justice Department has opened a civil rights investigation into the Maryland Department of State police, the investigation seeks to determine whether state police engage in racially discriminatory hiring and promotion practices. The Justice Department says it will conduct its civil pattern or practice investigation, pursuant to title 7 of the Civil Rights Act, which prohibits employment discrimination on the basis of race, color national origin, sex, or religion. Assistant attorney general Christine Clark says the probe will assess whether the Maryland state police has created barriers for black people. Seeking job opportunities and promotions. If the department determines that the Maryland state police has indeed created such barriers, it says it will identify the reforms necessary to ensure equal employment opportunities for everyone. The Justice Department says Maryland's governor and state police have pledged their cooperation. Ryan Lucas and Pierre news, Washington. On Wall Street, the S&P is up 68 points, the Dow was up 573. This is NPR news in Washington. Centers for Disease Control director Rochelle Walensky says that close to 1500 monkeypox cases have been identified in the U.S. as a result of testing the CDC expects those numbers to increase walensky says the U.S. has the capability to handle 76,000 monkeypox tests per week and demand is high. The army and the West African nation of Togo has admitted to killing 17 teenagers whom it mistook for Islamist insurgents. Reports. The victims aged between 14 and 18 were reportedly on their way home from celebrating their Muslim holiday of Eid Al Adha. In a statement, the army says the teens were killed in a nighttime air operation. The incident occurred close to the border with a Burkina Faso, where the jihadists have been active since 2015, 8 toggles soldiers died in an attack by the extremists in the region in May. The toggles government has declared the state of emergency along the Burkina Faso border to head off attacks by the militants for NPA news I am is. Surging gasoline and food prices did not slow consumer spending last month according to the commerce department, which reports that U.S. retail sales were up a full

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Biden says "ground is not ripe" for peace during remarks in West Bank

AP News Radio

00:47 sec | 5 months ago

Biden says "ground is not ripe" for peace during remarks in West Bank

"President Biden says he still backs an independent Palestinian state but now is not the time to resume long stalled peace talks with Israel Two states for two people But standing with Palestinian leader Mahmoud Abbas in the occupied West Bank the president said the ground is not ripe for restarting talks Still We can not wait for peace agreement to be reached for every issue to be resolved to deliver on the needs of the Palestinian people that exist today as I speak He's announced more than $300 million in financial aid The Palestinians though were looking to the U.S. to push his reel into resuming negotiations and through an interpreter a boss said after decades of Israel acting like it's above the law Not

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"west bank" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

03:16 min | 5 months ago

"west bank" Discussed on WTOP

"And equal pay as we talk more about this. Premiere rugby 7s come into our town. Dave Johnson. The top stories we're following for you today on WTO, President Biden, President Biden's visiting with Palestinian leaders in the West Bank now. At a moment when there seems to be little chance of reviving peace talks with Israel, he has to Saudi Arabia to meet with Arab leaders next. Democratic West Virginia senator Joe Manchin has reportedly told Senate majority leader Chuck Schumer that he will oppose an economic measure if it includes climate or energy provisions or boost taxes on the rich or corporations. Police in Montgomery county planned to step up enforcement of disorderly conduct laws in response to recent protests outside the homes of Supreme Court Justices, police say they will allow quiet or silent protests, but not louder forms of protest, like using bullhorns or drums. Stay with WTO for more on these stories and just minutes. New this morning, a bicyclist is dead after he was hit by a dump truck in northwest D.C. overnight. That crash happened about two 30 this morning at the intersection of 7th street and Rhode Island avenues, D.C. police say the bicyclist struck was pronounced dead at the crash scene the driver of the dump truck stayed on the scene, Rhode Island avenue is now blocked at the crash site as the police continue their investigation and we will keep you updated with WTO in our traffic reports. 7 O 8. And it is time for traffic reports with Reba Kessler. Right now in the district inbound on the suitland Parkway watch for the delays coming from branch avenue, headed toward the light at Stanton road, the right lane was getting by the broken down vehicle, southbound D.C. two 95 slows near eastern avenue, headed towards capital street with the lanes open and inbound New York avenue a little heavy approaching the light at bladensburg road. The westbound freeway delays from south capitol street to the case bridge, northbound three 95 slows getting on to the inbound 14th street bridge headed across the case bridge toward main avenue. Now on 95 in Virginia, northbound delays Dale City into woodbridge and lorton into newington, southbound 95 slows crossing the Aquaman, but here's the problem. Your southbound delay begins after courthouse road. This is a solid backup headed past the centerport Parkway and before 17. It is a single left lane getting you by that crash. Also in Virginia, it is northbound 28 delays out of manassas, headed past Compton in ordway now toward new Braddock road with the lanes available to you. Eastbound 66 a little heavy approaching the beltway, but the traveling should be open. Now the top side of the beltway in Maryland, heavy from 95, around toward Georgia avenue, northbound Baltimore, Washington, Parkway, the volume through green belt, and the inner loop is seeing a little bit of a delay coming from route 50, head of house four 50 with nothing reported in the roadway, and again a delay from two ten headed on to the Woodrow Wilson bridge, southbound two 70 a little bit of volume passing one O 9, but nothing major, your lanes are open and it looks good all the way to the lane divide onto either loop of the beltway. It's the D.C. sports huddle sponsored by MGM national harbor, visit the bet MGM sportsbook and lounge at MGM national harbor today to make your sports opinions count. I'm Rita Kessler WTO P traffic. Okay, Mike Jennifer, we have some sunshine this morning, what about the rest of this day? We're going to turn partly sunny as the day goes on. Still have that pesky front that stalled to our south. And

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Israel Fails to Deliver Coalition Confirmation

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

00:34 sec | 6 months ago

Israel Fails to Deliver Coalition Confirmation

"Another coalition blow and second Knesset lost. The non government government of Israel couldn't even get someone confirmed yesterday that on a 55 to 55 vote, and so that's led Gideon SAAR who is the justice minister. And a member of the patch together coalition said, look, we may be on our last legs. We're going to try one more time to pass the West Bank law that we need. But let's be honest, this isn't going well.

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Shireen Abu Aqleh: killing of reporter referred to international criminal court - The Guardian

AP News Radio

00:30 sec | 6 months ago

Shireen Abu Aqleh: killing of reporter referred to international criminal court - The Guardian

"Will submit a case file to the International Criminal Court on the killing of reporter Shireen Abu akle The veteran Palestinian American correspondent was shot dead during an Israeli raid in the occupied West Bank the gutter based network has accused Israeli soldiers of deliberately killing her Israel has rejected those allegations saying she was killed during a battle with Palestinian militants and that only a ballistic analysis of the bullet which is held by the Palestinian authority can determine which

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 Palestinians: Israel deliberately killed Al Jazeera reporter

AP News Radio

00:31 sec | 6 months ago

Palestinians: Israel deliberately killed Al Jazeera reporter

"The Palestinian authority says its probe into the shooting death of Al Jazeera journalists Shireen Abu akr proves that she was deliberately killed by Israeli forces Abu akhri a veteran Palestinian American reporter for Al Jazeera's Arabic service was shot in the head on May 11 during an Israeli military raid into the occupied West Bank witnesses and Palestinian officials have said she was hit by Israeli fire while Israel says she was shot during a battle between

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'Media Matters for America' Is a Democrat-Funded Front Group

Mark Levin

01:07 min | 6 months ago

'Media Matters for America' Is a Democrat-Funded Front Group

"Somebody sent me a link to media matters for America This is what I was talking about Rather than put down their Libelous assault on certain individuals and networks They just can't stop And this is what I meant about the culture is sick White nationalists thank Tucker Carlson Next when an American journalist was killed in the West Bank Fox News barely blinked an eye Right-wing media pushed conspiracy theory the U.S. is giving up national health policy sovereignty to World Health Organization Steve Crowder goes on racist tirade These are Fox News's leading advertisers as they promote a boycott I'm just showing you this is a major Democrat heavily funded front group

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Al Jazeera Reporter Killed During Israeli Raid in West Bank

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

01:06 min | 7 months ago

Al Jazeera Reporter Killed During Israeli Raid in West Bank

"Turn to that. Because I've tried to figure out who shot whom and the Palestinians are not the Palestinian authority is not cooperating with the idea. What is your assessment of the situation, doctor Oren? So last night I was talking to an Israeli journalist and I said, just watch your authority is going to say that they found a 5.56 bullet in the journalists. Now the Israeli forces use 5.56 palisades usually use 7.62 at the colossal cost bullet, but they also do have American a fours and M 16s. And I also think that the Palestinians wouldn't cooperate with an Israeli offer for a joint investigation. And they rejected it, even though the Biden administration asked Allison is to do it. They quickly closed the case. I heard this morning that they've already buried the body. And the passwords are making a calculation. Yeah, maybe the Biden administration will get a little aggravated, but the international community is going to come down hard on Israel. I was looking at the international press coverage, NBC had an item on it where they did an interview and the Israeli. They only talked about the greeting Palestinians and the implication is that we are guilty before we're judged. And

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"west bank" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:48 min | 7 months ago

"west bank" Discussed on WTOP

"This is WTO P news 1223 the race to register is underway for this fall's army ten miler Priority registration began this morning The race is for active duty military members veterans priority club members and coupon holders from last year's event General registration for the army ten miler begins on May 25th This year marks the D.C.'s events returned to in person running Al Jazeera says one of its correspondents was shot and killed by Israeli forces today during an army raid in the occupied West Bank The Palestinian health ministry said 51 year old shirin Abu akla was hit in the head by live Israeli fire a second reporter sustained a gunshot wound to the back and is in stable condition both were apparently wearing flak jackets marked with the word press and Israeli army spokesman said Palestinian gunmen opened fire first and a preliminary investigation shows Abu akla may have been killed by that Palestinian gunfire Linda gradstein for CBS News Jerusalem A local police department is launching a new program to prevent a sought after car apart from being stolen It's like giving your catalytic converter a fingerprint The free etch and catch program sponsored by Tacoma park police has a local auto body shop at your car's license plate number on the gear the number also is applied with bright spray paint Some other prevention strategy some people deploy involve welding or rebar onto the converter or having a cage installed over it According to the national insurance crime bureau thefts of the expensive equipment between 2019 and 2020 jumped by 325% Christi king WTO news It's 1225.

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Gaza militants fire rocket into Israel as tensions soar

AP News Radio

00:51 sec | 8 months ago

Gaza militants fire rocket into Israel as tensions soar

"Israel Israel Israel Israel has has has has carried carried carried carried out out out out a a a a series series series series of of of of and and and and strikes strikes strikes strikes into into into into Gaza Gaza Gaza Gaza a a a a day day day day after after after after a a a a rocket rocket rocket rocket was was was was fired fired fired fired into into into into southern southern southern southern Israel Israel Israel Israel Israel Israel Israel Israel holds holds holds holds Gaza's Gaza's Gaza's Gaza's militant militant militant militant mood mood mood mood as as as as Hamas Hamas Hamas Hamas responsible responsible responsible responsible for for for for the the the the rockets rockets rockets rockets however however however however Israeli Israeli Israeli Israeli authorities authorities authorities authorities said said said said they they they they successfully successfully successfully successfully intercepted intercepted intercepted intercepted the the the the rocket rocket rocket rocket and and and and there there there there were were were were no no no no reports reports reports reports of of of of casualties casualties casualties casualties or or or or damage damage damage damage in in in retaliation retaliation retaliation Israeli Israeli Israeli fighter fighter fighter jets jets jets carried carried carried out out out a a a series series series of of of S. S. S. strikes strikes strikes in in in the the the southern southern southern Gaza Gaza Gaza Strip Strip Strip targeting targeting targeting what what what they they they claim claim claim was was was a a a weapons weapons weapons manufacturing manufacturing manufacturing sites sites sites will will will have have have mass mass mass there there there were were were no no no reports reports reports of of of injuries injuries injuries the the the Palestinian Palestinian Palestinian rockets rockets rockets attack attack attack was was was the the the first first first in in in months months months but but but the the the phone phone phone is is is a a a series series series of of of escalations escalations escalations between between between the the the two two two sides sides sides days days days earlier earlier earlier there there there were were were clashes clashes clashes at at at the the the sensitive sensitive sensitive holy holy holy sites sites sites in in in Jerusalem Jerusalem Jerusalem a a a series series series of of of deadly deadly deadly attacks attacks attacks inside inside inside Israel Israel Israel and and and Israeli Israeli Israeli ministry ministry ministry rates rates rates across across across the the the occupied occupied occupied west west west bank bank bank I'm I'm I'm Karen Karen Karen Thomas Thomas Thomas

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Washing of the Feet ceremony at the Holy Sepulchre

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | 8 months ago

Washing of the Feet ceremony at the Holy Sepulchre

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Israeli troops shoot Palestinian near Bethlehem

AP News Radio

00:47 sec | 8 months ago

Israeli troops shoot Palestinian near Bethlehem

"The the the the Palestinian Palestinian Palestinian Palestinian health health health health ministry ministry ministry ministry says says says says Israeli Israeli Israeli Israeli forces forces forces forces have have have have shot shot shot shot and and and and killed killed killed killed a a a a Palestinian Palestinian Palestinian Palestinian man man man man near near near near the the the the city city city city of of of of Bethlehem Bethlehem Bethlehem Bethlehem in in in in the the the the occupied occupied occupied occupied west west west west bank bank bank bank the the the the confrontation confrontation confrontation confrontation is is is is the the the the latest latest latest latest in in in in a a a a growing growing growing growing wave wave wave wave of of of of violence violence violence violence during during during during the the the the Islamic Islamic Islamic Islamic holy holy holy holy month month month month of of of of Ramadan Ramadan Ramadan Ramadan the the the the Israeli Israeli Israeli Israeli ministry ministry ministry ministry says says says says it it it it opened opened opened opened fire fire fire fire late late late late on on on on Sunday Sunday Sunday Sunday a a a a man man man man throwing throwing throwing throwing a a a a firebomb firebomb firebomb firebomb at at at at an an an an Israeli Israeli Israeli Israeli vehicle vehicle vehicle vehicle driving driving driving driving on on on on the the the the west west west west bank bank bank bank highway highway highway highway killing killing killing killing him him him him the the the the shooting shooting shooting shooting races races races races to to to to four four four four the the the the number number number number of of of of Palestinians Palestinians Palestinians Palestinians killed killed killed killed in in in in the the the the last last last last twenty twenty twenty twenty four four four four appeared appeared appeared appeared among among among among them them them them an an an an unarmed unarmed unarmed unarmed woman woman woman woman who who who who was was was was shot shot shot shot and and and and killed killed killed killed at at at at a a a a military military military military checkpoint checkpoint checkpoint checkpoint near near near near Bethlehem Bethlehem Bethlehem Bethlehem Israel Israel Israel Israel has has has has stepped stepped stepped stepped up up up up its its its its military military military military activity activity activity activity in in in in the the the the west west west west bank bank bank bank of of of of the the the the Palestinian Palestinian Palestinian Palestinian assailants assailants assailants assailants kill kill kill kill fourteen fourteen fourteen fourteen Israelis Israelis Israelis Israelis in in in in four four four four deadly deadly deadly deadly attacks attacks attacks attacks inside inside inside inside Israel Israel Israel Israel recently recently recently recently I'm I'm I'm I'm Charles Charles Charles Charles the the the the last last last last month month month month

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 Palestinians vandalize West Bank shrine as tensions soar

AP News Radio

00:10 sec | 8 months ago

Palestinians vandalize West Bank shrine as tensions soar

"To to to heightened heightened heightened tensions tensions tensions speaking speaking speaking to to to his his his cabinet cabinet cabinet Israeli Israeli Israeli prime prime prime minister minister minister Naftali Naftali Naftali Bennett Bennett Bennett foes foes foes that that that Israel Israel Israel is is is going going going on on on the the the offensive offensive offensive to to to tackle tackle tackle Palestinian Palestinian Palestinian attacks attacks attacks I'm I'm I'm the the the only only only Shannon Shannon Shannon Israeli Israeli Israeli troops troops troops kill kill kill an an an unarmed unarmed unarmed Palestinian Palestinian Palestinian woman woman woman in in in the the the west west west bank bank bank as as as tensions tensions tensions continue continue continue to to to escalate escalate escalate during during during Ramadan Ramadan Ramadan the the the Israeli Israeli Israeli army army army shot shot shot the the the woman woman woman at at at a a a military military military checkpoint checkpoint checkpoint near near near Bethlehem Bethlehem Bethlehem after after after she she she was was was asked asked asked to to to stop stop stop and and and ignored ignored ignored warning warning warning shots shots shots that that that came came came after after after Palestinian Palestinian Palestinian militant militant militant was was was killed killed killed by by by the the the Israeli Israeli Israeli army army army for for for his his his part part part in in in the the the deadly deadly deadly shooting shooting shooting in in in Tel Tel Tel Aviv Aviv Aviv earlier earlier earlier this this this week week week hundreds hundreds hundreds

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"west bank" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:01 min | 8 months ago

"west bank" Discussed on WTOP

"Is in key Russian negotiator Vladimir set Ukraine's proposal to remain neutral by not joining any military alliance would be put to president Putin But it's early days and they're skepticism in the U.S. We'll see if they follow through with their suggesting Boredom negotiations far away from the battlefield have yet to make any difference for Ukrainians enduring the malting horrors of this war 5 people including you two Ukrainians were killed by a gunman who opened fire in central Israel Police killed the gunman at the scene who they say was a Palestinian from the West Bank Parts of the south and the Midwest could get hit with severe weather today CBS News meteorologist David Parkinson has some of the states to watch Louisiana it's probably lunchtime to three 4 p.m. in Mississippi It's probably two to 7 p.m. and then as you move into what is like Alabama it's probably coming around 5 6 p.m. and on into the early evening hours A task force on reparations in California will limit state compensation voting 5 to four to reject a proposal that would have included all black people regardless of lineage Reporter Chris and Carlo has the details Task force member doctor joven Scott Lewis argued for the lineage based system Every single statement about what our role is references slavery State assemblyman reginald Jones Sawyer argued that all black people should be eligible Right on a slave ship or a cruise ship Guess what We're all in the same boat now In the end the task force decided reparations should go to the descendants of free and enslaved black people who were in the U.S. in the 19th century Three police officers are heard after a traffic stop turned into a chase and then a shootout in Buffalo Police commissioner Joseph cremia Here's gunfire was exchanged There was numerous shots fired a suspect was shot at that intersection That suspect is here at the hospital It's my understanding that going in for surgery I do not have a.

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British Jewish group says Israeli politician 'not wanted'

AP News Radio

00:50 sec | 10 months ago

British Jewish group says Israeli politician 'not wanted'

"The board of deputies of British Jews has told an Israeli ultra nationalist politician that he's on welcome drawing outcry from Israeli opposition politicians the prominent organization the represents the Jewish community in the U. K. has tweeted in Hebrew that but subtle small change who's visiting the country is not wanted here small church is leader of a small religious ultra nationalist Jewish faction in the nascent that's currently in the opposition he has a long record of anti Arab and homophobic remarks until last year served as a government minister small change who is also a leading figure in the west bank settler movement has dismissed criticism of his cold the British group a relic of an old and crumbling establishment Charles Taylor this month London

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"west bank" Discussed on The Promised Podcast

The Promised Podcast

04:02 min | 10 months ago

"west bank" Discussed on The Promised Podcast

"Does not, this is not useful. Well, criminals are asked why are they so hostile? Why would Amnesty International really one of the most respected leading human rights organizations or online on Facebook, I think, was writing about how serious the people who did the research and how dedicated they are and how they don't have an extra guard that just trying to uncover what's going on. And I believe all of that said, why would they go to such an extreme such hostility? And he says, look, Israel routinely ignores international law. Israel routinely flouts laws that all of these organizations support and believe in our policies primarily in the West Bank and the occupation. And then you pass the nation state law in one piece of ammunition after another, just antagonizes people to say, why should we be supporting this country at all? Well, maybe. I mean, I don't want to I've been holding up the little sign saying, one minute left, one minute left. But I don't want to throw a bomb in this at the last minute, but I personally come to the conclusion that you can only make that video if you're not completely free of antisemitism. The ability to look at to say, it's a fundamental Jewish ideology to view yourself as a race that superior to all other races is just protocols of elders of Zion. Calumny shit. That is an anti semitic video and that they should be ashamed themselves. That is that organization should take that down.

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Israel's Shocking Vaccine Admission

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:01 min | 11 months ago

Israel's Shocking Vaccine Admission

"Israel having a very sophisticated healthcare system having an incredible research team at their disposal has had one of the worst responses and handlings of this pandemic. Now Israel is far from a third world country. They are a first world country. And in fact, if you look up GDP per CAPiTA, Israel is about 35, but if you removed parts of the West Bank and you really only counted the non disputed parts of Israel, I guarantee Israel would move up in the top ten of GDP per CAPiTA. It's one of the wealthiest countries on the planet. Makes you wonder, it should make you wonder, makes me wonder, how is it that a wealthy country with such incredibly talented scientists, they're not dumb? They're not a dumb society at all. How did they get into a situation? Where you look at the handling of the virus, it is an objective failure. Professor Ehud qimron, head of a department of microbiology and immunology at Tel Aviv university, and one of Israel's leading immunologists. Last week denounced what he called the Israeli government's mismanagement of the pandemic. He said quote, two years late, you finally realize that a respiratory virus can not be defeated and that any such attempt is doomed to fail. You do not admit it, because you have admitted almost no mistake in the last two years. But in retrospect, it is clear that you have failed miserably in almost all of your actions, and even the media is already having a hard time covering your shame. This letter is extraordinary. You guys should check it out. He continues by saying that the reported side effects of the useless lockdowns have quote destroyed Israeli and Jewish children and their future.

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Coronavirus dampens Christmas joy in biblical Bethlehem

AP News Radio

00:58 sec | 1 year ago

Coronavirus dampens Christmas joy in biblical Bethlehem

"Bethlehem Bethlehem is is marking marking its its second second straight straight Christmas Christmas Eve Eve under under the the shadow shadow of of the the corona corona virus virus small small crowds crowds angry angry gloomy gloomy weather weather dampened dampened celebrations celebrations in in the the traditional traditional birthplace birthplace of of Jesus Jesus a a ban ban on on nearly nearly all all incoming incoming air air traffic traffic by by Israel Israel the the main main entry entry point point for for foreign foreign visitors visitors heading heading to to the the occupied occupied west west bank bank skip skip international international tourists tourists away away again again this this year year the the band band is is meant meant to to slow slow the the spread spread of of the the Omicron Omicron variant variant of of covert covert nineteen nineteen still still local local authorities authorities are are counting counting on on the the holy holy land land small small Christian Christian community community to to lift lift spirits spirits last last was was much much harder harder to to move move the the Maya Maya is is the the Palestinian Palestinian tourism tourism minister minister many many Palestinians Palestinians from from different different governorates governorates out out coming coming in in to to replace replace him him to to celebrate celebrate Christmas Christmas this this year year several several hundred hundred people people did did gather gather is is bands bands marched marched through through manger manger square square midnight midnight mass mass at at the the church church of of the the nativity nativity which which houses houses the the grotto grotto where where Christians Christians believe believe Jesus Jesus was was born born I'm I'm Ben Ben Thomas Thomas

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"west bank" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:36 min | 1 year ago

"west bank" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Other West Bank protest matches the intensity of this one Soldiers have killed 8 Palestinians here One night Palestinians burned a star of David and a Nazi swastika enraging Israel's military command So now that the soldiers have lit a flare in the sky suddenly the night sky is lit up All this began last spring when a group of settlers made their home on the hilltop Palestinians called jabal sabir as the rest of the world was watching the Gaza Israel war As long as that lasted we could continue with our building work And we did it big time Daniella Weiss a veteran settler leader tells me they paved a road set up trailer homes and within two weeks 53 families had established a new settlement named eviatar In the past big groups of soldiers have been dispatched to drag settlers off hilltops They've squatted on illegally Not this time with Hamas missiles falling across Israel When the leaders of the country are preoccupied with the war just try to imagine the immensity of the clash Instead she and her group were able to push ahead with their most daring settlement project in years a big presence deep in the West Bank right next to Palestinian villages on a hilltop Palestinian landowners say is theirs Palestinians began protesting from the nearby hilltop shining their lasers at the settlement The laser touched me I mean I went through it Weeks later Israel installed a new prime minister Naftali Bennett One of his first challenges what to do about eviatar His left wing partners and government opposed it The Biden administration also opposes settlement expansion But part of Bennett's base are right wing pro settlement voters enraged he had deposed prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu So there Bennett had an unexpected chance to prove to his hesitant constituency Here I am better than Netanyahu in my attitude towards settlers and towards the land of Israel Bennett offered the settlers a deal For now they leave the hilltop the government checks Palestinian ownership claims any land deemed up for grabs will be turned over to a Jewish religious school and settler homes and the government will declare eviatar legal Until there's a decision troops guard the empty trailer homes an Israeli couple drive up the hill with their baby to deliver a care package to the soldiers While below a.

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"west bank" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

90.3 KAZU

04:14 min | 1 year ago

"west bank" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

"Conditions. We will cooperate with us to hand over. Our fellow Palestinians to the Israelis, the two fugitives found today We're still in Israel reportedly caught after asking locals for food. The others, including Zubeydi, are still at large, and the search is on in the West Bank to Palestinian forces have helped find fugitives in the past. They face a dilemma now, says Palestinian political scientist riot Naira Funeral authority in, uh I'm going to a dilemma. The Palestinian Authority who didn't oppose the public mood and they want to open China's with the Israelis know what is, he says there could be violence of Palestinians help Israel find them or if the men are killed. Israel has clamped down on prisons and blocked Palestinian civilians from entering Israel, raising tensions as the search continues. Daniel Estrin. NPR news NAP Elice, The West Bank, You're listening to all things considered from NPR news. Over the past week. Our colleagues over at the indicator have been reporting on the historic drought in the West. They spent some time with ranchers on the front lines, including the claim with River Basin. Sally, her ships and Ashley A'Hearn report over in the Climate River Basin that's kind of south central Oregon along the California border. There were record breaking high temperatures. And then this huge mega fire started the bootleg fire, and it ended up burning more than 400,000 acres. And in the Klamath, There are a lot of different stakeholders. Or maybe we should think about them. Like shareholders of the water and that basin, right? Yeah, totally. You've got several tribes fighting to keep enough water in the lake and river fish and then add to that. Of course, you've got ranching and farming happening, which is a More than $200 million industry in that watershed, So in the spring irrigation water for farmers was shut off for a whole season. That's the first time this has happened since the system was built back in 19. Oh, seven, and that's when things got interesting. Yes, so back in early spring, there were two local guys who bought a small piece of land right where there's a key irrigation gate. And this Cape basically controls the central artery for water for Klamath farmers and ranchers and these guys were threatening to force the head gate back open. They invited Amon Bundy and his group People's Rights Oregon to come and help them with the protest. And just in case you need a reminder. He's the guy who led the occupation of the Malheur Wildlife Refuge a few years ago. When I heard about that, Of course, I wanted to talk to somebody on the ground, So I called up Becky Hatfield hide. She's a cattle rancher in the climate, and she's been following the water issues there for a long time. Right now. For the record, she has zero water. It's like You're sitting there in the ER. Dying. So Becky and the other ranchers, tribal members, everyone stressed out because of heat, the smoke the water shortage and then the Bundys. Add fuel to the fire. Exactly. So that was Bundy affiliated guys that bought the land. They set up this red and white. It looks like a circus tent and they started holding meetings about water rights, and it was a lot of saber rattling, You know, But folks were really worried who are following that that things could go sideways at a moment's notice Because there's some history there. Back in 2000 and one, the federal government shut the same head gate to keep enough water in the lake for endangered fish. And local protesters forced the gates back open multiple times. Things got violent. Then there was a lot of anti tribal racism. Yeah, and so Becky's watching this happen and she's you know someone who's cared about water issues there for a long time, and she said it just made her sick when she heard the Bundys were getting involved. I see them as extremists. And frankly, real. Ranchers and farmers have had zero time this year to be sitting around at a head gate. Um, protesting something, she says The protests just fizzled out. And so then, a few weeks ago, the tent was quietly taken down. And so Becky's big concern now is that we make this Groundhog Day scenario where we see this thing play out year after year. Low snowpack in the spring hot, wildfire ridden summers.

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"west bank" Discussed on The Journal.

The Journal.

02:15 min | 1 year ago

"west bank" Discussed on The Journal.

"Which he denies he's still leads the central bank. How does lebanon get out of this. The technical solutions are there and this utions are essentially a unity forming of the finances. You structuring lebanon's banking sector and especially restructuring the central bank. Who is balance-sheets negative right. Now does that seem like it'll happen though especially especially when there's not really a government in place as it stands now. Nothing seems to point out that the will institute deep reforms that are needed to let us the collapse of been used currency. And it doesn't seem like they're going to do. The reforms needed on lock aids from the west and from institutions. I s in the west bank. And what that translates on the ground means more hyper-infation means more people going hungry. Means even that the you know middle class upper middle class wealthy segments of society startling to just make ends meet getting gaza struggle. Getting food is a struggle so people's expectations have been narrowed to their basic needs. Which.

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"west bank" Discussed on Distorted View Daily

Distorted View Daily

04:40 min | 1 year ago

"west bank" Discussed on Distorted View Daily

"Why my brother came up with the name cat sas is so that when. Dj's would get on. The radio in say who was performing at the local bar. Digit would have to say cat sas. Come see cat's ass hat sas is opening. You know whatever they say on the on the radio. But then. I was thinking about that shirt that i wanted so badly and i eventually got. My brother gave me one. It was like it was the allison wonderland cat the cheshire cat. Its tail up so you could actually sort of see the cats as i always wondered why my mom was like yeah. You can have that shirt but you can't wear it to school. I thought there was some rule about not wearing shirts with bad names on it or something. Devil music rock music or whatever anyway. The name of this amusement park is magic asked. It's an indoor theme park built in a settlement industrial zone. Sounds like fun outside of jerusalem. I don't know if this is right. But the site cost half a billion israeli new. Shekels don't get too excited. That's only like one hundred fifty thousand dollars. It doesn't seem like a lot and amusement parks are full of things that can kill you it. They're not constructed properly right rides and slides and things. It's expected to be the first of several parks in the area quote. It is providing amusement. Alright with its name said israel blogger. David lang i guess. No english speakers were involved in that process unless it was barred simpson. Good one david. Exact opening is yet to be announced for the part which will include a twenty meter high roller coaster overlooking the dead sea video games and of vr area. If you live in israel hello my international listener. The site is around ten twenty minutes from jerusalem. If you're in a car. In the occupied west bank israeli settlements in the west bank are illegal under international law but the israeli government disputes. This hundreds of palestine's. I'm sorry palestinians in arab israelis are employed in factories and other businesses in the industrial park or the wages tend to be higher than in palestinian territories. It's not clear whether palestinians or arab israelis will be a part of the staff of magic casts. I think they all should politely decline. I was looking in the comments on and this news article. And they're like oh your currency conversion is a bit off. Yeah so they fucked up in the new story Let me do this myself. Five basically five hundred million dollars right half a billion five hundred million. Israeli new shekels is about one hundred fifty five million dollars. That makes more sense. I'd actually feel a little more safer about going to this. Well you know what it's in the west bank. I'm gonna pass final story. We have for you today. A uk. Wildlife sanctuary has been forced to separate five parents after they wouldn't stop swearing at visitors. They started teaching each other words. Like fuck billy eric. Tyson jade in l. c. All bad birds. They were removed from public viewing this week due to their inappropriate behavior. The parrots are part of lincolnshire wildlife centres colony of two hundred african grey parrots. And they were put in quarantine together upon arrival. That's where the problem started. They quickly overwhelmed. The staff with their naughty language quite used to parrots swearing. But we've never had five at the same time. Most parrots clam up outside. But for some reason. These five relish. It's these parents would be distorted view daily listeners. They're my kind of birds rather than being offended. most zoo. Visitors found the foul mouth parrots amusing with these sanctuary confirming. No complaints had been made one apparent tells you to fuck off. It amuses people very highly as zoo staff member. Said it's brought a big smile to a really hard year spite visitors. Finding the parents funny the zoo decided to keep the rogue offenders away from children to ensure they didn't ruffle any feathers with parents. The sanctuary explained the five parents have been moved to different areas of the zoo so they're unable to provoke one another and just because these are so easily accessible. Here's a couple of parrots swearing a lot of fucking right there.

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"west bank" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

04:55 min | 1 year ago

"west bank" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Into the West Bank. In which case Alright, there there. It's slightly more crowded now. That was before, but they're there. There's enough room for everybody. But if that's the case, it's a completely landlocked country. Um What would the industry's be That would be able to be Engaged in so that that New Palestine could actually survive more than six months as a country, or would you be birthing something that was a failed state from the first day? Because I can't think of any industry they currently have or have had at all in the last half century. I would say. Yeah, Gosh, we cannot. We could expand our orange groves. Anything anything at all? You know we are We actually make those really nice sand sculptures. Now we'll use poem Eric Sand so that the whole firm up and be together We could ship them all over the world for big bucks. Big, big bucks. I'm figuring like $200,000 percent sculpture. Even the small ones. On and that'll that'll pose a good state because we do have a whole lot of sand here. I mean, seriously, what would be The industry that would sustain it. I can't think of any so then what happens? What happens after that is The other Arab states. Or the U. N. Or the U. S will be told. You have to financially support this failed state that we have just created. Oh, great. Yeah, That's a financial burden I want, don't you? Nothing. I want more than a failed state as a client because it's not like we sent a enough money to Washington already. I think we should spend even more and make sure that the Palestinians Have life experiences. That a rich and rewarding And the don't please them at a disadvantage in any fashion. There's no plan for this. There's just this kind of soft. A story about the only solution we have is a two state solution. No, actually, there are other solutions going back as far as Jimmy Carter. And I talked about this on Friday. Me. Jimmy Carter had them up at Camp David. And a relative who was there for that. Was secret Service of the time. They offered and this is not secret information, but he could verify it. They offered terrified 98% 99% of everything. Arafat, it asked for. But Arafat would not change the Palestinian charter. Which calls for the destruction of Israel. And the killing of Jews or sending them all into the sea. Well, gosh, I don't know why the Israelis didn't sign on that one. That sounds pretty sweet to me. That's what we're talking about here. So the solution is To stop trying to attack Israel. Because you keep costing lives and you're not doing anything to improve the lives of those people who live around you. To spend millions of dollars worth of concrete. And building material steel it Senator center to build tunnels deep beneath the ground so you could hide troop movements. And and munitions in bombs. Rather than moving them on surface streets instead of actually building nice buildings that could house anything. Massage pros. I don't care put in strip joints. What do you want to do? But no you had to spend on basically building a way in which you might be able to attack Israel sneakily. Well, you keep doing that kind of stuff. Nothing's going to change. Nothing. For 10. W C 60 82 ft Long distance is 1 800 Wcbm 60 80, by the way this in from Sydney Harbor. Sorry, let me get the whole email and back to the phones. Bombing Never actually stopped is just this last round of bombings with much heavier than normal. The Palestinians also her practice. Of attaching and sent your devices to balloons and using the prevailing westerly winds to carry those balloons into Israel. Imagine your child finding that pretty balloon But gee wiz stuff like that is not mentioned by the likes of Bernie Sanders. Cindy Harper, Syria. You were absolutely 100% correct. Runs in Baltimore. Ron Good morning. Hi. Thank you. Yeah, let's assume for a second that the Palestinians should have their own separate states. Okay. Your question is, wouldn't it.

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