14 Burst results for "Zahavi"

"zahavi" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

04:00 min | 11 months ago

"zahavi" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Yeah, I know, but you can pay to have it removed. I do that. Well, Alex Jones did it, But I'm not gonna spend the money to do it. I just in your old car. I mean, no minor older than that, And I I guess I'm just I'm just a freak for the privacy. But, yes, you're absolutely right. People who think they turn off on star and it's gone. Oh, in your dreams. It's absolutely there. You've got to have it forcibly removed and better be by somebody who's smart dog. Well, yeah, but I don't have one. Oh, you don't. I will. I will not have one. Now that said, I do have a laptop And I know that if I access WiFi, everyone in the world knows where I am when I do that, So I just make sure I just make sure I don't access that that often and I also make sure that I turn it off because again, you can have a laptop. You close it and you think? Oh, well, the wife eyes off. Not unnecessarily. So same with a microphone. You know, don't kid yourself. I mean, I don't use anything that have have cameras. And if they do, that's what black electrical tape is for. But yeah, but I don't have a ring doorbell later. Oh, I don't either. S Oh, yeah. Yeah, but I know one of your guys tonight, somebody or your insurance guy. Locally will be able to tell you all about that device. But if you listen to the abs on the radio at night, huh? Like one of the big assurance companies, and you hear a term called right track. Uh huh. That's what right track. Of course it issue. Yes, it's just It's a nice way of saying We're snooping on your course. Of course they all do. And I'm sorry. You acquiesced. I understand why you did. But I'm glad you're very aware of it. Because what worries me the most is the famous last words. Well, I have nothing to hide. People who willingly go along with this nonsense. Just ignorant. Yeah, I think so. They also don't realize what I have no idea how I could mean for them. But that Zahavi topic so we'll we'll avoid that one. But so now, with all these reports, my life is not that exciting. Well, believe me way all anything could be constructed with data as you probably know, But let me ask you this how you've been doing it for a year. And so they've been sending you these reports and ostensibly you've been reading them. So how many times have you been a bad boy? That very much. I had a mechanic once. You couldn't believe that I drove a car for a year two in Phoenix. And my wife drove it and I got 80,000 miles out of a set of brakes. Well, I believe that you just were on the interstates. Whoa! But I'm a careful used to drive a motorcycle in when I was young and God, I'm a little bit visually impaired. Said to be more attention than most people. Yeah, I relate to that. You betcha. All right. Well, if so, it s so it's worked out and that's uh, interesting to hear and they're they're continuing to give you the good rate and I guess that's the trade off. You'll accept. Any day they'll tell me. Oh, mail it back. Yeah, like a four month snapshot is what it is. Yeah. All right. Well, good deal. I appreciate the call My answer. Oh, yeah. No, it Z I'm very curious how people react to this So, yes, I am very glad to hear you're your experience. Thank you. Thank you. All right, so 8888765593 88 88, Rollie and yeah, I understand Completely. What Joe means of, you know, I just don't have the vim and vigor to fight. I just don't want to fight anymore. Yeah, it uh it can be. It can be difficult, You know, simple deliveries of things can become. Just a nightmare and all could I tell you stories, so 8888765593 is going to get us Indiana.

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"zahavi" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

90.3 KAZU

04:35 min | 11 months ago

"zahavi" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

"I'm Arema Grace in for Kyra SDL. It is Monday, January the 18th that Zahavi all along, So we're going to start off the show with evictions, which surely is on the minds of millions of people, consuming them, making it hard to focus or sleep. Or do much of anything. At least 14 million people are currently behind on rent. That's according to the latest data from the center on Budget and Policy Priorities. Only thing. Keeping many of them in their homes is the CDC eviction moratorium, but that set expire at the end of the month. Now President elect Joe Biden. He says he wants to extend federal eviction protections through September and as market places to meet the fields, reports. He is also proposing billions and rental assistance. Congress just approved $25 billion in rental assistance as part of the latest covert relief package in December. Douglas Rice at the Center on Budget and Policy Priorities, says that money can be used both for background and future rent payments. My estimate is that anywhere from 2 to 6 million households This year will be helped. Yet it's still just a fraction of the more than 14 Million adult renters who report being behind on rent. President elect Biden has proposed an additional 25 billion. But it will likely take a while for rental assistance to actually reach people. That is why housing advocates are pushing Biden to extend and strengthen federal eviction protections before they expire this month. Emily Ben for chairs the American Bar Association's Cove in 19 Committee on eviction, She says the current CDC moratorium isn't protecting everyone, many tenants they're not aware of their rights under the eviction moratorium, or they feel intimidated in triggering their rights. Strengthening the federal moratorium would give state and local governments time to get rent relief out to the people who need it, says Zack Newman. An attorney with the Denver based Cove in 19 Addiction Defense project. It just seems like a really terrible outcome of this moment. Have hundreds of thousands or millions of people evicted around the country when money is on the way that, Newman says, is his biggest fear that tenants will be evicted right before rental assistance arrives. I'm Samantha Fields for marketplace. I know taxes can be uncomfortable to think about and talk about. Yes, that may or may not be a shameless plug for my marketplace Podcast. This is uncomfortable. But this year, Texas are going to be even more of a head scratcher from stimulus checks to unemployment, insurance marketplaces and dealer has more on what accountants and folks like me and you. To be wary of Doing your taxes in a normal year is something a lot of folks dread. Patrick Thomas has the tax clinic at the University of Notre Dame, he says. This year is gonna be especially tough. There are so many factors that Go into the determination of state tax residency, but this year, it's going to be even more complicated, he says. Because so many people work from home this year, taxpayers may have to do more research and paperwork states are fighting over who gets to collect tax revenue from people who live and work across state lines. There aren't a couple of things that we do know, though. Stimulus checks are not taxed, but unemployment benefits are at the federal level and buy some states Aerial tour. Oh, Kleiman teaches tax law at the University of San Diego. So when you get your unemployment check, you want to make sure that Taxes are being set aside or the taxes are being withheld to pay the federal taxes, she says. With 10.7 million people out of work. There are a lot of folks who've never collected unemployment before, so they need to be aware of that. Another difference this year, the iris won't be accepting federal tax returns until February. 12 Andrew Hayashi of the University of Virginia Law School says. That means people will have to wait longer for that check from the I. R s low income households who claim the earned income tax credit rely on that T O get current on some of the holiday bills, he says many would file their taxes the first week in January. Now they can't The April 15th deadline, though, currently remains unchanged. I'm a dealer for marketplace on Wall Street today. Well, the markets are closed because of the holiday. But we'll have different kind of numbers. Paycheck.

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"zahavi" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

04:34 min | 11 months ago

"zahavi" Discussed on KQED Radio

"It is Monday, January, the 18th Zahavi all along, So we're going to start off the show with evictions, which surely is on the minds of millions of people, consuming them, making it hard to focus or sleep. Or do much of anything. At least 14 million people are currently behind on rent. That's according to the latest data from the center on Budget and Policy Priorities. Only thing keeping many of them in their homes is the CDC says Eviction moratorium. But that sect expire at the end of the month. Now President elect Joe Biden. He says he wants to extend federal eviction protections through September and as market places to meet the fields, reports. He is also proposing billions and rental assistance. Congress just approved $25 billion in rental assistance as part of the latest covert relief package in December. Douglas Rice at the center on Budget and Policy Priorities says that money can be used both for background and future rent payments. My estimate is that anywhere from 2 to 6 million households this year will be helped. Yet it's still just a fraction of the more than 14 Million adult renters who Report being behind on Rent. President elect Biden has proposed an additional 25 billion, but it will likely take a while for rental assistance to actually reach people. That is why housing advocates are pushing, buying to extend and strengthen federal eviction protections before they expire this month. Emily Ben for chairs the American Bar Association's Coded 19 Committee on Eviction. She says The current CDC moratorium isn't protecting everyone, many tenants they're not aware of their rights under the eviction moratorium, or they feel intimidated in triggered no rights. Strengthening the federal moratorium would give state and local governments time to get rent relief out to the people who need it, says Zack Newman, an attorney with the Denver based Cove in 19 Addiction Defense project. It just seems like a really terrible outcome of this moment. You have hundreds of thousands or millions of people were evicted around the country when money is on the way that, Newman says, is his biggest fear that tenants will be evicted right before rental assistance arrives. I'm Samantha Fields for marketplace. I know taxes can be uncomfortable to think about and talk about. Yes, that may or may not be a shameless plug for my marketplace Podcast. This is uncomfortable. But this year, Texas are going to be even more of a head scratcher from stimulus checks, toe unemployment, insurance, marketplaces and dealer has more on what accountants and folks like me and you. To be wary of doing your taxes in a normal year is something a lot of folks dread. Patrick Thomas heads the tax clinic at the University of Notre Dame, he says. This year is going to be especially tough. There are so many factors that Go into the determination of state tax residency, but this year, it's going to be even more complicated, he says. Because so many people work from home this year, taxpayers may have to do more research and paperwork states are fighting over who gets to collect tax revenue from people who live and work across state lines. There are a couple of things that we do know, though. Stimulus checks are not taxed, but unemployment benefits are at the federal level and buy some states Aerial tour. Oh, Kleiman teaches tax law, the University of San Diego. So when you get your unemployment check, you want to make sure that taxes are being set aside, or the taxes are being withheld to pay the federal taxes. She says. With 10.7 million people out of work. There are a lot of folks who've never collected unemployment before, so they need to be aware of that. Another difference this year the iris won't be accepting federal tax returns until February. 12 Andrew Hayashi of the University of Virginia Law School says. That means people will have to wait longer for that check from the I R ass low income households who claim the earned income tax credit. Rely on that to kind of get current on some of the their holiday bills. He says many would file their taxes the first week in January. Now they can't the April 15th deadline, though. Currently remains unchanged. I mean dealer for marketplace on Wall Street today. Well, the markets are closed because of the holiday, but we'll have different kind of numbers. The paycheck protection program is.

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"zahavi" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

04:18 min | 11 months ago

"zahavi" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"I'm Arema phrase in for Kyra SDL. It is Monday, January the 18th that Zahavi all along. So we're going to start off the show with evictions, which surely is on the minds of millions of people, consuming them, making it hard to focus or sleep or do much of anything. At least 14 million people are currently behind on rent. That's according to the latest data from the center on Budget and Policy Priorities. Only thing keeping many of them in their homes is the CDC says Eviction moratorium. But that s set to expire at the end of the month. Now President elect Joe Biden. He says he wants to extend federal eviction protections through September and as market places to meet the field reports. He is also proposing billions and rental assistance. Congress just approved $25 billion in rental assistance as part of the latest covert relief package in December. Douglas Rice at the Center on Budget and Policy Priorities, says that money can be used both for background and future rent payments. My estimate is that anywhere from 2 to 6 million households This year will be helped. Yet it's still just a fraction of the more than 14 Million adult renters who report being behind on rent. President elect Biden has proposed an additional 25 billion. But it will likely take a while for rental assistance to actually reach people. That is why housing advocates are pushing Biden to extend and strengthen federal eviction protections before they expire this month. Emily Ben for chairs the American Bar Association's Cove in 19 Committee on eviction, She says the current CDC moratorium isn't protecting everyone, many tenants they're not aware of their rights under the eviction moratorium, or they feel intimidated in triggering their rights. Strengthening the federal moratorium would give state and local governments time to get rent relief out to the people who need it, says Zack Newman. An attorney with the Denver based Cove in 19 Eviction defense project. It just seems like a really terrible outcome of this moment. Have hundreds of thousands or millions of people evicted around the country when money is on the way that, Newman says, is his biggest fear that tenants will be evicted right before rental assistance arrives. I'm Samantha Fields for marketplace. I know taxes can be uncomfortable to think about and talk about. Yes, that may or may not be a shameless plug for my marketplace Podcast. This is uncomfortable. But this year, Texas are going to be even more of a head scratcher from stimulus checks to unemployment, insurance marketplaces and dealer has more on what accountants and folks like me and you. To be wary of Doing your taxes in a normal year is something a lot of folks dread. Patrick Thomas has the tax clinic at the University of Notre Dame, he says. This year is gonna be especially tough. There are so many factors that Go into the determination of state tax residency, but this year, it's going to be even more complicated, he says. Because so many people work from home this year, taxpayers may have to do more research and paperwork states are fighting over who gets to collect tax revenue from people who live and work across state lines. There are a couple of things that we do know, though. Stimulus checks are not taxed, but unemployment benefits are at the federal level and buy some states Aerial tour. Oh, Kleiman teaches tax law at the University of San Diego. So when you get your unemployment Check. You want to make sure that taxes are being set aside or the taxes are being withheld to pay the federal taxes, she says. With 10.7 million people out of work. There are a lot of folks who've never collected unemployment before, so they need to be aware of that. Another difference this year, the iris won't be accepting federal tax returns until February. 12 Andrew Hayashi of the University of Virginia Law School says. That means people will have to wait longer for that check from the I. R. S low income households who claimed the earned income tax credit rely on that to get current on some of the their holiday bills. He says many would file their taxes the first week in January. Now they can't Theo April. 15th deadline, though, currently remains unchanged. I'm a dealer for marketplace on Wall Street today. Well, the markets are closed because of the holiday. But we'll have different kind.

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"zahavi" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

06:45 min | 1 year ago

"zahavi" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"That's what we're fighting and given the tent, and now we're up in the tens of thousands of declarations. By the way, Republicans and Democrats on Democratic poll watchers who were systematically, uh, threatened to not say anything to anybody when they observed irregularities and illegality, so You know, Time will tell it Zahavi list. There's no doubt about it. But there's been no certification of any election in any state. Al Gore had 37 days. We've only used up seven of that, 37. We're going to keep fighting until we get it right. So a district judge can say he keeps turning around. Could he say Look, this is not this candy nullify the outcome of a city or of a state. A joke that one of these district judges? Yes, yes, that can happen. In other words. It's an extreme remedy. There's no doubt about it because the voters themselves may have had done nothing wrong, but but that's not the issue the issue with the integrity of the total ballot. Whether or not the determination by a given state is legitimate or not, And yet the judge does have that power. And indeed, within the last two years, entire elections have been military. For example, down in North Carolina, a new election was completely nullified and had to be redone as a run as a result of illegal votes of this thing. In that case, it was a Republican who did the illegal conduct that entire race was redone. With a follow up election. So the answer is yes. Entire elections could be turned down votes could be thrown out. And that, of course, is a recognized legitimate remedy by the Supreme Court. So I know how thorough you are. And I know the brilliant legal mind that you are. So you get all this information with Sidney Powell and with Victoria and the Great team that's down there with Jenna Allison. Everybody you and you've got all this together. How does it get the Supreme Court and can indeed and I think what people are gonna want to want me to ask you, Joe respectfully is how what is the scenario where the Supreme Court could just nullify and turn this whole darn fiasco all around so we could maybe start the vote all over again. Or at least go to the house. And then Dean President Trump Still the president, sir. Well, I think I think there's not gonna be a revote. That's not gonna happen because the Supreme Court doesn't have the power to do. That vote has been done. The question is whether or not Illegal votes were counted and our view is and it's the law. Illegal votes may not be counted. We don't have any problem counting legal Democratic votes for Joe Biden. We do have a problem with illegal Democrat or anybody votes for Joe Biden, and that's the issue before the court and the issue is throwing out those ballots. The court can do that. Now we're on expedited basis in each case. In other words, you asked for expedited proceeding ruling by the court. It goes to the circuit courts and then the Supreme Court. This can all be done in a matter of days, and it is required that if he'd done in a matter of days, the courts are required to proceed as quickly as possible. And again. These are not complicated cases is you're really simple cases. There was either fraud or there wasn't it was even systemic or it wasn't it even affected the outcome, or it didn't In cases where the number is fraudulent ballots did not affect the outcome. That is, you know, that's the way it is, You know, it may be that they couldn't cheat, Enoughto win, and so that's just the way it was. But But in the cases where the number of ballots like in Philadelphia, like in Detroit were hundreds of thousands of votes were piled on after midnight on Election Day came in all of a sudden when Trump was way way ahead. And then all of a sudden they get turned around by nail in mail out an absentee ballot. That is just there's just no way that that happened. It's just It's an impossibility for that many votes to have been shifted in a single time. But here's the point. They're all shifted in battleground states controlled by Democrats. It just doesn't hold up. The statistical analysis shows without a doubt that there was chicanery, lawlessness, illegality, irregularities, voting fraud, You name it systematic without any doubt and again, I don't care with George Stephanopoulos says he's not a witness. He's a mouthpiece. S so true. And before I let you go, Joe Dominion, this this voting this phony system. What the heck is with that? It's in Frankfurt. It goes to Barcelona. I mean, how are we sure. And it's got a history of failure. There's this Dominion voting system, Mr Million voting system was a prescription for disaster. That they've been denied access in many states, but regrettably there in 37 states. That used this system. It was developed by Hugo Chazz is his friends. It was designed to throw election. That was the genesis of it. The company's Dominion hides the fact that it's got this Venezuelan Of component which actually runs it. They changed the name of it several times to hide it. They've been refused access in many states because of their history of flawed performance and corrupt performance. It is unbelievable to me that states used this company with its record, They've been pointed out in congressional testimony. It's just unbelievable how this this company could be allowed to function in something so sensitive to us and What's amazing The vote counts go to computers overseas. Then they're sent back to the United States. This is this is mind boggling. The counting of us elections has done in foreign countries. Yeah, Joe, you know, please keep us posted. Thanks. I know how busy you are Our best of you and Victoria and the team and God bless you Got speed showed the genera all the very best when you can Please stay in touch with us. Thank you, Joe. Very, very much, my friend. All the very best joke. Joe Degenova right there. Former U S attorney. He's on this case. There's a lot to do. But as you heard from Joe, there is hope that it goes to the district Judges. Maybe a ruling there. Does it end up in the Supreme Court from there maybe doesn't go to the house and am am I dreaming? 87797 29 99 You welcome to give us a call, but I'll tell you, the hope is high. And you know what's upsetting is this was wrong. This whole thing was wrong. You know, we're gonna talk to Jen Curren's Jen is a political strategist, host of all American radio. She's got some insight on this as well. Right now we're gonna jump the Tom note, Thomas All the headline news live in local right here on the M 9 70 the answer opinion, passion..

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"zahavi" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

08:00 min | 1 year ago

"zahavi" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"The championship belt of being the face of baseball because I don't think baseball has a face right now. A lot of people want a point to make trouble like trust space of baseball. It is a terrible face for baseball. Just because nobody knows anything about him. I believe, Captain Wait. What do we know about trout? I know that he is like The greatest player of this generation is not one of the greatest players ever. And we know nothing about like subway. Okay? He was on a subway ad campaign, and all we know is that he has a buzz cut. Hairdo. All right, like that's all we know. Cap made the argument that he can't be because he's on the West Coast. Unknown seizes games, But last I checked San Diego is On the West Coast, and I've watched many Padres games. I watch many Angels games to this started this season and I think outside of the the Sox and the Cubs I've seen if there's one team I've watched the most of to this point, the year it's the Oakland Athletics. Or one of the best teams in baseball, and, you know, so like that has nothing to do with the there on the West Coast. I'm watching them on FX one on ESPN one on normal, ESPN, ESPN two are marching them on the MLB network. There is Fox has, you know there's the consumption of West Coast baseball players? If you want to go find it, of course. I think that Bernado Totti's Khun B. The face of baseball. He can be I think that I'm not saying that he needs to keep doing it for longer, Whatever, but he hasn't done enough yet. I still think it's guys like you and I don't think there is a singular face. I think it's a culmination of Guys like our combination. I mean of guys like Sherrin Judge guys like Mookie Betts. Guys like that Some, You know, guys like, you know, To some extent, some of these some of these pictures coming into like some of these pictures like I'm not saying you, Darvish is ah, face of of baseball, but some of these these better pitchers That we've seen for a while that get the exposure. Like when you get a big game on Fox, right when you get like like this game against for the Cubs and white socks on Friday, I don't think it's on national TV. But if you were to broadcast Jon Lester in Dallas cycle, those air two big names I d the face of baseball. No, but those are the games you promote. I was considered the faces of the sport. The ones where it's like to compare its of football. If it's like Aaron Rodgers and the Packers vs Khalil Mack and the Bears, you know, it's like it's whoever name that they say. Before the team name are the picture that they're showing during the commercial of the guys. I'm always gonna lean towards the concept that with baseball The picture is so difficult to be the face of the sport because every day well, if you're buying a ticket, I get it. In normal times. You're not guaranteed to see that that player perform and I get it. There are plays in the lineup who don't play every day. But a picture is so much more difficult. Like for a picture to be a face of baseball. You you have to be Hall of Fame level. And you have to have some kind of not necessarily gimmick. But there has to be some style to what you do like Pedro Martinez. Pedro was a Hall of Famer and we knew it at the time Jerry Curl, but he was also Doing it in a way that had swag and like they would always swag was thinking it also show like on all the broadcast. How his fingers you know that like, how is to lead on his index finger and his ring thing or his middle finger would be able to bend like all, like, freakishly up like he had this appeal where it was like, we know we're seeing someone pitch. Was like a once in a generation time. A guy like I don't even think Verlander gives you that pop like we know Verlander's a Hall of Fame in one of these old school guys, too. I think these guys are being blazed out. These old school guys aren't going to be the face of baseball because they don't embrace new baseball. Max Scherzer Hobe, a Hall of Famer, but like Where's the pop? Where's the possesses there? Let's ask this question. 3123323776. If we give you a list of names who is the face of baseball isn't Mike Trout? Is it? Fernando Totti's junior? Is it right? Bryce Harper, who's having a fantastic year for the Phillies? Is it? Aaron? Judge? Is it Aaron Judge Because not only is he an imposing force at the dish? He's also one about He's on one of the best teams in baseball, which probably helps is well who is it? If you had to narrow down the list, I automatically go to like if I'm looking at this, and I'm like, all right. I want to see some dudes. Right. So I go to the ESPN MLB stat page, right? I don't usually go to home runs. Because because the people of dingers what did I say? Yesterday hit dingers and crushed beers? Sure. So right now, Obviously we know the leader's Fernando Totti's junior. Then it's Mike Trout, Mookie Betts and Aaron Judge. I think that those are four guys that you could point to our right now the faces of baseball I give you word if there were to be an All Star game at the midway point, starting on Monday, when we get the 30 games, and it's the midway point, those four guys would be in the commercial like those four guys would be whatever cool graphics they want to put behind them, or whatever those four guys would be. The the Fernando would be Ta T's, and then, like trout would be running and doing something like Judge would be like towering over skyscrapers. Is they like Because they all have to ascend on a place like those old I was like the Fox promo for the All Star Game where they're all like coming from there, given cities. And so Aaron Judge would be like the like the Big island like Mookie Betts would be, you know, flying in from l A or whatever. Whatever you however, he wants to get there. But my point is those four guys would be Featured players and then you throw in a cubs. So you probably right. Why are you just throwing in a cup? Because this assuming you get a cup? What layers on that level? I'm saying there's no player on the cub. Not right. Go over there. I'm making and trust our star game promo. I gotta put the I gotta put a Chicago market in there. So maybe I'm putting on Anderson. Nope. Tomatoes. All right? I mean, Anderson's giving you Production and right now in haps, Let's see his weighted runs created plus from Fangraphs. He's ninth and baseball. He's junior Mike Trout, Mookie Betts, and in well, It's not Kris Bryant. Here, guys. It's Zahavi Bias was Javi by it. It used to be Javi Baya. You would like it to be. You don't like it you have. It's not hobby by not right now, not the way he's performing. So those areas are those of the five names on Trout. Harper Totti's Judge and bats. No in haps. No get out of here half, but he's performing that he is right now. Let's get a larger sample size. Please. Can we have a larger sample size 3123323776? Might I keep rubbing my hand? Because there is definitely something sticky over here on the deck is probably sanitizer like theirs. So unsanitized don't know there's something over here. On the desk coming. Sorry if I yelled also in that segment, apologize. You guys like the unwritten rules of baseball Just really twist on TV slash? Yes, from 1000 really annoying Chicago there you're there. You're pretty hypes. Well, it's just so frustrating. Like all the old time baseball guy does is complain about how not enough people pay attention to their sport. A moment you pay attention to sport. You have fun, they get all bent out of shape. It is so frustrating, so that's why I had to get upset there. I want to ask you about people watching baseball we talked about last night. We had a lot of good callers on this topic. I think the conversation should continue. Why are baseball ratings up? Is it because of the 60 games schedule? Is it because of what has gone on with the sport and them being able to limit this double header games to seven innings? Why are you interested in baseball this season? We'll talk about it next.

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"zahavi" Discussed on Makom Israel Teachers Lounge

Makom Israel Teachers Lounge

08:11 min | 1 year ago

"zahavi" Discussed on Makom Israel Teachers Lounge

"Which which changes there there is usually entity even if they never touch it again, it's j changes something in inside. South road is clearly bent Israel now he's. Multiple Times he's he's been ill multiple times up I. Think. The problem is. Is. Obviously, all these programs are important and bring have been doing it for. My whole professional life but the the the problem is, who is it? Was Martin Kramer in the Bushwick. Magazine, while ago, who identified is that as Americans have become just less institutionally religious connected. Souther becoming less Jewish and so the people like Seth Rogan's. Clearly rich religion like I want a religious. Religion is silly in any context. So why would I care so? Even. It doesn't seem safe from where I'm looking. Yeah. Completely characterizes as a as a religious aspect right and I think our security security and god of. Israel. God Hong cost as we say but when it comes to Israel and they look at it, they don't necessarily make an identification with Israelis, Israelis as as a as a people, right? Even when it to Israel a lot of times they're they're they're connecting to. The religious right or not. Connecting to the religious or not as symbols like the code like the Western Wall Kotel. Or the having a great time hiking. But that doesn't necessarily write it up like so okay. So they have a better understanding. Okay. But place I go place I out a little bit more of a connection but they don't they still like mine and those people aren't. Yeah. In other words, it's still a religious still stays within a religious Religious category for them and I'm not religious. So it's not really it's not really. There on where the Reagan the world it depends on what you don't know who who was is that. You don't like. The the. For sure. The one of a someone I. Don't know if you guys have in. He was when he was a Director Hill for a long time I believe and he has this whole. That's very famous that he gives like a table and he just said Judaism's out of religion. And so that is something that that I think has sunk in with the. Sort of. Your foundational approach of or educational approach, of Hillel, of Birthright of meet major organizations that are touching thousands of students. And I think I think that's really helpful. I think that's really because I. I for one. Don't believe that my students returned thinking that after after birthright don't don't return believing that. Okay. Now, Judaism just a religion I. Think they see all different side of what they're what this could be for them. So I would I'm sure they do I'm sure they get that inkling what I, what I found in the classroom and gap year students for like going for year as you're talking about the most affiliated, the most educated. A, still struggle with that idea at the end of the year I mean Israel, for a year I would put it a little differently conceptually, very hard for them. Yeah. Our approval differently and I'm agreeing with you but I just let different perspective I think you'll have a masters in education. I don't. So tell me if I'm wrong but. It seems to me that. Once. told us how much do you remember from High School? Really remember terms of details. You want to get students to love the thing and you want them to have big ideas that they remember because the details everybody forgets the details from school and somehow when it comes to Israel. Education. The big ideas that students are left with is Jews connected to Israel because of God and the Holocaust. And I don't know if that's a north. American Jewish education problem about Israel education you have the story always comes down to and this is I've seen this with acccident. I've seen this also not deduct students. They understand that it's the promised land from God to Abraham whether they believe that or not, and the understand that it was created because of the Holocaust. which isn't even true. Whether you believe it or not. So so there are these these contentious weird little mini things that they come out with is the big picture. I don't know how to change that at the point when they get to college because they've spent their whole life. With this. Weird. Narrative of Israel, which isn't Israel's self narrative. It's certainly not what the Declaration of Independence is. Certainly Not Hertzel said it's certainly not what Ben Gurion said. It's a big and said it's not. and. I don't know how to fix that or address that or. that. You, you hit it on the nose I. Think. I think the most successful students that I've seen. Colleges come. Come in with that and having an open enough mind to listen to their peers and and and you know other you know professionals or speakers that we bring in and. Are Open for the shift and are open to understanding and affiliating with Israel and with their Jewish identity and a much broader sense. But it's very hard. You've seen success have but I have seen like there there there's groups there's group. But the most accessible students are the ones who are able to break out of that I think and I think that also we have to keep in mind that the education that's happening with the later years right the college years or post college years versus what's happening in high school. And before that. Different. People different approach different. Understanding an idea of what they're doing and why they're doing it completely. So, something's not in tandem here. Right I think adding. Whether it's North American educator even here in Israel I think they're there. We've become comfortable with the model that isn't working properly and we have to. Consider a paradigm. Shift. Yet. But are you are you optimistic about the endeavor of educating? Gaspara jury. Says with three minutes left in the. Am some days I'm less so I think. I hope I. Hope that the more. American culture. Prize prides itself on on minorities which I see it happening more and more these days I hope that Jews. Themselves will will feel a stronger connection to their own identity and feel like they can sort of be louder and louder about that, and I think that's where the hope lies right now I would say. Because there is a push towards. Individuality that's it's not like you have to this all American person anymore it's almost not cool to be that all American anymore. So I hope that that is that's what pushes. Jewish identity and Jewish affiliation forward I I can see happening. Well. There's nothing we love more than ending an episode with a reasonable rational sustainable optimism. Is Hard as that is sometimes to find. That was perfect. Usually the try to give one of those at the end of the episode I think I can't. Do that. It's very nice to meet you and I would say It's always. You can tell pretty quickly in a conversation with somebody. Even, if they work at education, sometimes you talking to somebody who may or may not really be an educator that's where they work. But layouts pleasure talking to somebody who is clearly a fellow educator and thank you for your perspective and insight for your work and good luck. You move forward. Thanks to keep in touch with us. If you have things that you think we should be sharing with our students. Okay and thank you Allan Thank you. Thank you Leo. Leo You don't have to hang up, but I am going to stop the recording because this is the end of the episode Bye Bye..

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"zahavi" Discussed on Makom Israel Teachers Lounge

Makom Israel Teachers Lounge

06:08 min | 1 year ago

"zahavi" Discussed on Makom Israel Teachers Lounge

"There's also this alternative is kind of cool that there's this sort of cachet of being. Not you know totally bland and villa that you have. You do have a cool. Offs also in today's world, it's becoming more and more right like the whole concept of intersection. Everyone comes with their unique history and their culture, and that's become. That's being on the forefront of what culture is what what's what's What's in basically? So when you see like the multicultural club or like the Latino student. Group. Blasting. Their music on on the main drag of campus and they're dancing all day and they have like all these. Really Cool. Cultural Foods that they're sort of like giving out to show people. And they're making it. Cool. So so in a way part of the part I hate to say it like this but part of the job of hill freshman to also be like we can do the same thing. There's like it doesn't have to be different than. So. So yeah. I don't hate to say that that's okay. You know to be part of the Jews should be able to be part of that conversation. It's. So now, but I'm GONNA push back now I'm going to push back now on unless Unless you're Alan in which case you should be. Ashamed but you're you're going to serve you're going to serve shook not give to. Of course. And that I think is confused magazine. Right when I so my pushing right that really you eventually I mean I I would rather have sex then gift. From saying you're going to serve. The fish or rateable soup right? You're not gonna make that multiple soup. You'RE GONNA. Make me do so awful. That that's that's confusing because. Most American Jews of got cutlets changed from when I was right back in the twentieth century today there's much more sparty influence and Israeli influence coming in, but certainly the core of American Jewry. Is. OSCHKENAT's jury and. Foods. Yeah That's Look I'm not I'm not a menu coordinator. Hello but I would think you would WanNa do a mix where you would put in some whether it's or Google to Fisher something that's good and mixed with the Shuka and the kid. Dinner Friday night dinner. But if I'm doing a big event on campus I'm not sure actually go with you got to know you. Know I would say. They're not saying that that's saying and I've seen that. And also. Keep in mind that a lot of the students that we're trying to to reach out to with these big campus events, right? Like we might touch five hundred people in one day and. It goes it. It says a lot what we're going to serve. So if we do serve the herring and They may be like walking by that that building again. So that that also has. But keep in mind that the students that were touching. They don't have that frame of reference usually they don't know what the officials they don't they don't. So it's like if they're I touch and their first introduction to Israel or Judaism is oh, that fat philosophy that cool go whatever that like that like Oma Adam Adam Song that was playing in the background. That's there and that's what they know about Judaism, and then maybe they go on birthright and then Beclau- with they're exposed to these. Really. You know the Israeli. Culture, which new more Middle Eastern that it is actually a nasty. I'm in terms of food and culture and music and things like that. Question, which is how educationally to talk to look at Hollywood, because Hollywood movie they're going to play in a Gila. Jewish movie not right. Not In. Israeli. Modern even when they talk about Israel American Jewish jokes about Israel about how it's. Baskin is they use Ashkenazi. Like look at the simpsons right then the simpsons and they get right in terms of the the plane coming in Simpson's when they come to. Israel Cat Right. So. Points that we blurred these I. think we blurred these categories. We put these expectations in terms of Israel and Jewish identity and And 'cause. You know a lot of. Maybe dissonance in some ways with their you natural density something that I just throwing out there. I think ignorance and apathy are the biggest challenges like it's just it's just devastating and look at. CETERA Well and I don't really think it's an important just interesting because we have this fascination with celebrities but he's clearly guy who just doesn't know much about and he's he's he came from an affiliated background just doesn't know that much about Judaism or Israel identified he I think he went to school I would even say a certain age I think he proudly identifies publicly as have. Jewish. But just. You know making jokes from a position and Let's assume he's making jokes but from a clear position of. I don't think he. You Know How do you deal? I I think what he says. I. Disagree with it I think it's wrong but it makes complete sense to me that he would say that given my experience with. Makes complete sense which is part of the problem is if you have these very strongly unified Pro Palestinian groups on campus that are coming for they're coming for the Israel students they're coming for Zionist students and that's a mission and they're prepared for it and you have thousands of Jewish students who just unaffiliated forget Israel they're just unaffiliated they don't understand even like, Seth Rogan I don't understand why. Need to state doesn't make sense and in their cultural context Moore and. The way that they see the world and the way that it doesn't make sense it just doesn't because no one's ever explained it to them, and so that's why programs like in my opinion you know sending them to Israel on birthright or other Israel programs is crucial because even if they don't do anything more Jewish in their entire life at least understand that at least they'll get off the planet. They won't see the black hats in here husband Akilah though see and experience and witnessed something completely different..

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"zahavi" Discussed on Makom Israel Teachers Lounge

Makom Israel Teachers Lounge

07:12 min | 1 year ago

"zahavi" Discussed on Makom Israel Teachers Lounge

"It was like, okay you are on a journey to discover who you are in many different realms I am i. Find that my you know I feel the my responsibilities to help you sort of seek out the Jewish identity piece of yourself because they're going to be seeking out other pieces of their identity in different ways on campus on there for years and so that's my role as hill professional and so I was always asking myself. Okay. Well. So what can I do to help this individual person progress in their Jewish identity in some way? So that could be. Now this person should go on birthright and it could be that this person should. I. Should encourage attention about dinners or could be I should encourage them to go. Hiking with a group of students like it it's it's an individual thing rate is like you have to get to know the person, which is why he'll professional anthill conferences. It's very encouraged to go on coffee dates the first time to really know your students. And then once you know the individual student now you know hopefully, really know how to direct them and say, okay, well, maybe this is interesting in the of interest to you and this might be of interest to you. And then you know I've seen students start from a place. They of maybe no knowledge at all and they ultimately become the pro proud Israel's Zionist advocates that you know we all want them to be. But not everyone it doesn't. It doesn't always work that. Or should it I mean you're talking educationally how do I help this particular student? You know achieve their potential. That's a very that's a very that breaks down student by student. And so it becomes complicated. I just want to. You did mention that that things. You said and maybe a I don't remember exactly where it's but you said that there are always these people who protest Israel things on campus and then you said will protests hill things on campus do you mean hello things in general or at Rutgers Anything Hilo does even if it's not related to Israel people who test. At record specifically, we didn't. The only protest against Hilo that we had as as Hillary a Jewish. Home on campus was actually. Done by the Students who were part of if not now. which is like a left-wing Jewish organization. They protest the hill itself. But. We didn't have any non Jewish students for what? What was if not now protesting however? I think existing. Thank you I it was such a long. I, think it was around. Frustration I think they were frustrated that there were certain speakers and certain events that. That hello would just not not be okay hosting in the building and I think that was frustrating them or you had the whole open hill you had the whole pillow, right? Before. If not, now, you had the open hill movement where a the that was a huge controversy in like coming out of swarthmore college and there was. A few that tried to D. I don't know how you call the Fund Hill and open open. Hill. But I I was I was Thinking when you're talking about. Really how how challenging Jewish identity is Yup and and how much resign ionised. So we've built you know we believe in Jewish identify being built around Israel, but for a kid growing up in America. Who doesn't necessarily come from Zionist background or or unevenness strict strong Israel background. whereas. Strong. Jewish back I like the those could be very Does, this can be very confusing things and very challenging things. And at just the fact you said, okay. Well, I know that this person has Chabad. Sort of Chabad birthright like those are all things like you know it's a very It's very confusing because here you have religious ritual, you know national identity. You know cultural like you saying, shall Shuka all kinds of blended in and I think that that's a big challenge of of Jewish density today. Certainly certainly on American college campuses. So in looking at you what what I wanted to represent myself as a Jew, how do that to people? And my Ju- likes to go show about services by the Jews as you say, going to stand up on the soapbox about Israel, the Jew who? IS GOING TO FIGHT Bay Fisher Shuka, which is actually. I think maybe one of the strongest. Draw there's always To be such a such a committed vegetarian. Yeah. Yes I think one I mean on that note. So, how do you know what my question is? How do you negotiate that? Like how do you go shakedown on campus? As an educator as a student yet as as an educator like you and your position that was like a tough the teams like it was a really tough position like how do you? What do you work with that and I, guess you have to be. In. The class I'm the classroom it's really easy for me. I get to talk theoretical but you're sitting. Right next to people and saying, okay, I want to help you that's Not. Not Simple thing. I think. I think the first and probably most important thing and and what I'm talking about now is more more. So unaffiliated students as opposed affiliated because affiliated students already usually come in with some kind of strong Jewish identity whether that's you know I went to reform summer camp or I. You know I've been modern Orthodox, my whole life so. I'm not really talking about those people I'm talking about more of the unaffiliated students that come I think part of it is is helping them recognizing identified that you know you are part of this. Really agent is. Know family. which is connected to a culture and a nation in a land and. All of these things and You know. You have four years here. On campus to sort of figure out who you are, and this is a part of who you are and so I am what I am offering you is a chance to sort of explore that a little bit and understand what that means. Right because most of them don't even understand what that means. Most of them just have been trying to avoid it their whole life because someone laughed at them when they were in I, don't know when they were in. Fourth, grade. Through money at them I mean I've had stories like that were unaffiliated students. We'll come and say, well, like all the Italians of my school always like throughout antisemitic remarks towards me, and so I just kind of just gave it up like it wasn't something that I even wanted to take. Breaking that boundary of like you know Judaism can be fun. You know you're Li, could could be meaningful to you. It could be relatable. It could be you know it doesn't have to be like I, don't know I think a lot of in America especially, there's these stereotypes and it's like you know woody Allen this like nerdy Jewish like Seinfeld. Cool. And that's also something that's that's complicated to come back sometimes..

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"zahavi" Discussed on Makom Israel Teachers Lounge

Makom Israel Teachers Lounge

05:50 min | 1 year ago

"zahavi" Discussed on Makom Israel Teachers Lounge

"Off Base I had a conversation this week with the campus worker in another school, it sounds similar to rutgers were nervous like they. They wanted their student they want to run the program potentially with us. Online because their students again is less It's like what you're explaining with rutgers. It's less about the student population as much as is with going into classes where they find a lot of friction with professors and things like that. So the relational approach again, relations are great. I'm not I'm not saying don't be fair right now it's true. That's what university is supposed to foster is cross cultural relations and people talking but the problem is with that that that we've found I believe I'm speaking we as that students the Jewish students are expected to know about Israel and Zionism and expected to be kilo protecting or. Whatever represent members Representing that. But the truth they don't really know a lot the education is is lacking. So the relation shoulder ship. Track is very good and sense of one on one and building bridges between different peoples and cultures. But as Jews certainly, we have like this friction between like a day ASPER Jewish culture. Or American. In this particular sense, an American Jewish culture, which isn't always the same, which isn't the same as as Israel and Zionism and and they don't know how to like next surly our students I feel like I don't know how to bridge those different categories that. Yeah. I think one of the things that I struggled with most in terms of of being involved in terms of managing is wrong campus and. Being, involved with all the outside organizations that wanted to come in and really educate our students right all the advocacy organizations. And run events and things like that, and you know sort of get the student leaders to be they're their representatives on campus. which which often works I feel like one of the things that. I found very difficult was that they were. Not, every student wants to be expected to be standing on a soapbox in the middle of the quad shouting about. Zionism in Israel and how Israel's LEGIT HAS LEGITIMACY And I found a lot of students who they are passionate about Israel, and they are passionate about their Judaism and they're at about dinner every every week and they love you know Israeli music and making sexual but are they going to stand up and advocate for Israel, face with? Their peers, who who have you know who are very. Intense with with the things that they say, the statements that they throw around in their aggressiveness oftentimes as well so that they're not students who wanna be there and something that I struggled with a lot was that we it almost seems like there's this expectation that everyone needs to be. That kind of person everyone needs to be that student and I think that the students who will really able who had the knowledge who had the experience who had the just? You. And, the skills to deliver that they did that and they were the right choices for for those leaders on campus, and there could be multiple kinds of leaders on campus and so. I found that we had like students who fit into different leadership roles, and some of that were purely cultural and they they. They were not about trying to get into conversation or debate with the Palestinian about why Israel's legitimate or not. They just wanted to each organ and have a good time and then there the other ones who really wanted to have a conversation until that's something that I also think we forget we forget that like there's six mission that everyone needs to be. Every Jew needs to be a Zionist pro-zionist and advocate as well. And that that gets complicated. There's a lot of pressure. I think also that like the. Just come at the wrong way. But I think all conversations about Israel Zionism campus ended up becoming something about the political aspect in other words. There's part of that expectation you say, Jews have to advocate for Israel why do they have to advocate for any political position? Why should they care about politics if they don't care about politics it's not that it's not that. It's not that. Ignorant Jewish ignorance about Israel is is a self identity problem. But the fact we always cast it as the tension on campus which you're saying on many campuses It's not that tense it depends just. And we tend to. We tend to look at worse case scenarios in a lot of issues not just Jews on campus issues, but a lot of topics. We'll look at like the worst case and then we'll catastrophes it. Must be what it's like all the time and we say, well, that must be the average and it's not it's an extreme. You know outlet outlier. So you're competent your opening statement that you can't really talk about your life on campus. You can only talk about life on particular campuses. And so this whole conversation that we have about campus which is. They're coming after you have to defend your people. It's a really weird framing. I think to a certain extent unimportant not that it should be neglected I just don't think it should be the only framing. About. Zionist. Participant on college campuses is that Being. Exactly, accurate I think that. We have to remember these eighteen year olds just finished high school. You know like they they they're going out to explore a lot of different things and that's not just their entity and so I think the first thing I mean as a hill professional him at the first thing that sort of was I guess it's essential for me..

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"zahavi" Discussed on Makom Israel Teachers Lounge

Makom Israel Teachers Lounge

08:47 min | 1 year ago

"zahavi" Discussed on Makom Israel Teachers Lounge

"Connects students and listeners to what's happening in Israel and give you insight behind the headlines. I am your host Michael Unterberg as always with co host. Alan. Goldman. How're you doing? Alan? Okay. Okay would you introduce today's guests please it'd be my great honor and privilege. That Lee L. A. Havi asa is joined us today and. Made from Berkeley California when she was six years old is basically a Asaba in our in our in our opinion and she spent time in the states and worked at Rutgers Hillel ICT Birthright Coordinator then is the director of Israel engagement and Jewish life. The holds a master's degree in Jewish education from the university and will God willing be very soon finishing her. Tour Guide course, and becoming a licensed tour guide. You. Our pleasure. So before we start talking about. Your Life as A. At ruckers I wanted to. Just mention that there's a very big news event for those who are listening to the podcast. In close to real time there was this terrible explosion the videos are. Just, shocking in Lebanon, and so we'll wait till we get a little more information to unpack but obviously, our hearts go out to the people, of Beirut, and. A tremendous amount of suffering. It's really unfathomable like more than three, hundred, thousand people without homes. Like. Death is terrible obviously, and that's the the Celtics still. Up there, but it'll be on the dozens but lives are businesses hundred. So. So yeah, it's hard to calculate exactly hospitals overcrowded. People's maybe life sustaining injuries just. Economy. Already collapsed within the last couple of nights cat Lebanon. Has Been a cascading series of disasters more more or less since the eighties. So this is just and the fact that it may come to bureaucratic incompetence maybe. Yeah. So we'll unpack this more as time goes on. today, we really wanted to talk to not only about your Israel Education Bona Fides and perspectives in general but in particular working on an American campus as you know, a lot of our listeners. Students who took our course here in Israel and then they go back to. Whatever. country. They. Came From and go to university there. I just want to I'll open with just a general question about your insights into. Being. Honest on. Let's start with an American campus. What we did, what what what experiences come to mind? I think. So I think to broader question. I think. I think one thing that when when we're talking about campuses in the states I, think one thing that's really important to consider. Is What campus every talking about? What state are we talking about? What's the climate on campus? How involved with the students that changes everything everything everything you can have. Different I. Don't know released small I duNno conservative University in the south which like you can. Probably. Find it a lot easier to be in that situation, and then you can have a large. Public University in California, which is, you know maybe you're likely to to to face a little bit more pushback in terms of the voice your opinion as Zionist on campus. So I think that's Incorrect impression that I have the juice happened to be attending the campuses. That are more controversial towards Israel in other words, those small conservative campuses in the south don't have that many Jews but the ones. The more liberal. The more is definitely attract. More Jewish students for sure I. also think that you know if dig into consideration that like location right like. At usually the yeah. Usually wear where there is large populations of Jews communities in the states. That's also where the big universities are in and there's not a small number of Jewish students who attend large. Universities like you in Colombia. USC UCLA big names like that. So yeah. Being An. On campus. I think specifically mentioned this because I'll just give him my personal experiences as A. Student on a college campus. I went to a really small private school in Cambridge Massachusetts. So. You Know Cambridge Massachusetts is a very place. But you know it was a small campus. Yes. Leslie Eighty. One, school. Yeah. So very small campus. Very. Little, little tension, right like it was in no one's interest on campus as when I was a student to get into it. So me and like the seven other Jewish students that attended the university affiliated. We you know we did what we wanted to be built a soak on the middle of campus quad and we held different events with different groups whether that was we'll multicultural club or whether that was the Christian Students Union. and. It was it was fairly easy to Zionist. Actually, it was fairly easy. We got a lot of support from all kinds of pro Israel organizations that were based in the Boston area. And it and it was great. It was really great in the you know we can all sort of just like live our lives and and do the outreach that you know that we wanted to do and no one really bothered us. So. Take that right in compared. To a large university. Where it's much more difficult to be an outward Zionist I think in the classroom and outside the classroom. So I know, for example, when I started working at Rutgers University which is not a school that is. Known for a lot of really. A lot of pushback against scientists or even Jews on campus periods university with the largest amount of Jewish students in the whole country I six, thousand, four, hundred. So So again, you know it was again university that wasn't not percentage wise proposed. Yeah. Exactly. And so again, it wasn't what I I didn't work at Columbia. and. and. So I, I would assume that students experience. And ruckers, versus in Columbia is incredibly different and I've met obviously many students who who go to universities who struggle a lot more even in like schools like Michigan as well. So. What my students did struggle with was facing a lot of sort of. Anti Anti Zionism from their professors I think. That was something that that they really sense that. I remember them coming into my office a lot and just being very frustrated with their professors who would argue with them or who would give them bad grades on on on the on the work that they did because they chose to talk about sort of a pro Israel perspective. and. You know there's always going to be the students on a large campus especially who are. GonNa try to make a scene and protest against whatever it is that the hills doing whatever it is that the Zionist students are doing. But again, it just really depends on what kind of campus you're on and what kind of. Participation there is between the different students because you can have some universities that are really hostile. But at the same time, you can have amazing student leaders who are doing amazing work together in order to sort of. You know breach breach that that. Those stereotypes, I ask your you and your. In Israel and partake data, and then you know there's this whole. New Development. In the last couple of years that's called you a relational advocacy. I'm which is basically I'm a student year student I'm a human you're human. Let's be friends I. WanNa, Learn about your culture and history like hopefully you want to learn about mine as well, and then it's just like this this beautiful partnership that can be created if you do it right between the different groups on campus different minority groups usually on campus and that. Helps a lot with the hostility that that could be there. Again, I'm talking about a campus in which you have students who are willing to see who they are in work and work together. Right? There's obviously you can also come to campus. which ideally should be what? All about like the whole right like that's that you would. You would wish that all universities would foster, encourage and represent that atmosphere. There twice I see I see. A conflict here. Right, and what's the conflict I'm going to tell me..

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"zahavi" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

09:15 min | 1 year ago

"zahavi" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Always the concern of Lebanon because of Hizbollah, which works at the direction Of the predatory Iranian regime. The Lebanon War in earlier in the 21st century was a catastrophe for Israel and first government. Because even though the idea from the I F were able to interdict they were not able to stop the rocket attacks from the north from Hezbollah. Malcolm at the time. Dryly remark. There's thie living room, the dining room and the rocket room. That is how the Hezbollah have arranged their batteries of missiles. The missiles are better. Hezbollah is worse. The Iranian regime is falling apart. The protests in Beirut are constant, especially in the time in the virus. There's reason to believe that Lebanon long since ceased to be a sovereign state, and is a failed state, we welcome Sarit Zahavi, Lieutenant colonel, retired idea. Who who leads the Alma Alma is Ace is a is a institute devoted to security. Chan challenges on Israel's northern border, which describes Lebanon. I I look at this very carefully and there's a website. You can go to all my research and education center. The north of Israel is beautiful until you consider that out there and Beyond the horizon are enemies of freedom, Malcolm, You handle the first question because this is a very unknown area to me these many years of traveling, please. Malcolm. Thank you. And thank you, Lieutenant Colonels, Abby for joining us, Uh, you've really been in the news lately. For an amazing bit of research. They do have done part of a larger effort. I know, but you exposed that there are at least 28 since blam missile launching sites in civilian areas. Not in southern Lebanon, as we have often reviewed and talked about. But in the Lebanese capital of Beirut, how did you identify them and discover them? It is through open medians source medium or other ways. And what does this poses A security challenge for Israel? Good evening. Sorry. Please speak. Thank you for having me. Um okay. So 28 cells are just the tip of the eyes. It's about our military presence in a populated area, either in Beirut, Lebanon. The surprising thing in this report is the fact that he managed to find this information in open sources I like covering opens first only with social media and outlet. But sometimes it's really challenge is to find what is out there, and it's even more challenging to analyze that and to understand that and when we have found the database Wiki Mafia I was surprised to see that and we immediately started to research. What sources who uploaded a database and we have understood the Princeton or entity that documented the database. Try toe to hide. It's identity, which, of course, made us believe that it is real and there was no call somebody who asked to a delete some off the side of the house. And eventually, some of the and were presented DiNozzo Anya in the U. N. A year two years ago, and this is another reason why we have this information is reliable. How is this challenge is this is this is that a fact Speak off the human shield. It's not only endangered the Israeli civilians but mainly the Lebanese together which air Actually, the rockets are being launched from civilian area 11 on into civilian areas, either. Sorry. The the situation in Beirut is tattered to say the least. And Hezbollah has suffered casualties many years working for the Iranians in the Syrian civil war. All of that suggests that it is not in a strong position. However, what is your measure of Hezbollah? Is it ready to use thes missiles? Does Iran believe that using these missiles would be to its advantage? They contradicted friend when we speak about his byline Lebanon on the one hand in the past few months is truly under lots of pressure. And the Lebanese are experienced in a hard conditions, very difficult economic situation and that is the drive from the corrupted them from the sanctions from she's bad they taking over the country. And now brothers against blind Lebanon, and there are a lot of economic difficulties. But on the other hand, all of that did not armed the military capabilities of Hezbollah, which are huge. The rockets are just watching. And did not a harm defected still controls the Lebanese government even more than if used to after Until a few months ago, I was going to ask, how has this affected their ability to get the upgraded guidance systems that they have been seeking for the missiles? 150,000 missiles they have in Lebanon today. As far as I understand it would damage their capability to operate the missile was the Israeli campaign against it, rather than what is happening in Lebanon. And the do you think that allow will resort to escalate tensions on the border to deflect attention from the developments that you excited that full of the pound the economic collapse that growing pressures from the people Look, No doubt this. This option is totally on the table and the interests of Ebola and off Iran, by the way, are growing in the past two or three months. A to carry out something along the border line in order to draw that tension, but also in order to make it messages Israel and following dead explosion that happened in a nuclear site in there in Iran Puzzle. Sorry for us at it's at this great distance is A new attack on Israel with these missiles would be catastrophic for Beirut. Catastrophic Is that a consideration does does anyone in Hezbollah hesitate Because of that? Yes, I think so, because if they would have had the day they would already do so and the fact that the border between Israel and Lebanon was relatively quiet and then relatively because it was not completely quiet. We did experience some incidents, including incident by Ebola. But the fact that the border was relatively quiet is the Israeli parent and then they're standing that any Terry's the cattle on the borderline by his llama escalate into a war, which I don't think you guys interested in war, but he may be interested in, you know, drawing attention or carry out of terrorist attacks around the world, and this is something that we are examining all the time. We don't have all the information because he does. Iran continued to provide the amounts of funds that they did before to Hezbollah, or do they have alternative sources? The fund all of these operations and placing these missiles that tens of thousands of missiles that they have Holland to develop a identity is sources of income during their previous around the factions against Iran before 2015 and that's why I am I think that there fella can't survive even with the cast of the budget of the Iranian but to the organization we don't see again. Any damage to the military capabilities we do see Economic difficulties. There are charities, the families and they're, you know, See the sights. The organization 10? Yes. When we think about the complaining about biggest recorded 19 battle was totally death. I was helping Iran to purify the streets. Kiran Vala gave nurses, doctors and efforts to a supply of food and a explanation. Today population he was the leading player in Lebanon. With the campaign against the covered 19 which, of course, the neighborly to indoctrinate eaten all narrative in into the Lebanese population. Sorry, Sorry. Zahavi is the CEO of all more research and education center. Lieutenant Colonel. Retired idea. Malcolm Hoenlein Conference.

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"zahavi" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

05:35 min | 1 year ago

"zahavi" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Paul from Gurnee even picked Jason Kipnis returning home. Resurrecting his career. That's a 50 to 1 long shot. Yeah, right, someone said Cow Hendricks. A lot of people saying Louis Robert A lot of Baez Cub fan, Mike says Craig Kimbrel, You know, I mean, you could see the closer allowed you could. He's been great. I mean, that just out with the Cubs or the end with Boston, you wonder if His time is done, Or will he resurrect his career? I have a feeling, though, If the Cubs have a good enough year where you're praising Craig Kimbrel, there's going to be other players who are, you know bigger impacts as to why the Cubs are you know you're so excited about Craig Kimbrel. Let's bring in Patrick in Lincoln Park, Pat. You're on ESPN 1000 Hey, guys, How you doing? We're good. Good. Thanks for taking my call. I'm a White Sox fan, so I will side with your with your list on the doctor's. So I really like the lesson. I think it's going to be a money. Grendel. I think the productivity and the reliability behind the plate that they have not had in a very long time. And also, I think The chaos. I think we can all agree that there's going to be chaos in this season with the 60 game season. I just think with his everyday reliability in his leadership, that was one of the things that Rick Hahn really talked about bringing that over to the Southside. I think he's going to be a great voice for the locker room. Tifa up to date with all the pictures and because I know a lot of them will be coming back and intertwining with pitching staff. I think money granddaughter could be my pick up the most impactful this here, Miller. You're a Sox fan. You like that? Yeah, I tend to I like where Patrick's had that with that because it's not just in terms of you know what he's going to do as a hitter. But he's also behind the plate. He's one of the best defensive catchers in all of baseball, if not the best, routinely believed to be. AH, lot of the advanced metrics are very favorable to him. He routinely is above the leaders in winds above replacements, and he was actually the Hay was 15th and MVP voting for the Brewers last season. He's been to the playoffs five straight seasons. I think what granddaughter brings to the white sacks. Eyes, something that is not necessarily always recognizing the stats. But I do I do like where Petra Petra head's at If I'm not going to pick your Moncada, I would probably pick Yasmani Grandal for the white sex. I think as a switch hitter as well. He's going to find himself in the line up quite frequently. If he's not behind the plate will be d H ing or playing first base, So I think he's gonna have a lot of opportunities to do a lot of damage for the White Sox. So that's what you're picking. Moncada. I'm I think McAda would be my choice. But Grandal is a close second. If I'm talking sacks, Obviously, Brian's and Rizzo also are just too consistent to ignore for the Cubs. I went with what I was thinking about a lot of different guys. There's a part of me that wants to pick Rizzo in the better the shape of his life. He usually gets off to a slow start. But that's in April and may be and he wants a contract extension. You know he's up to in two years. He's only got two years left. So I just talked myself into it. You know, I was going to say I'm going to go down with the ship with Schwarber. Just stay on the public. I picked former foreign embassy have picked Should I just go down with the ship? If I'm going to go down? I see. I think that the ship was it was it was it was taking on water, but I think it recovered nicely. I think you've filled the holes in the statistic with his boat metaphor. You filled some of the holes Last year, He had 38 home runs. And I think he's he could he could and just focus on D H ing, possibly. Yeah. You know, I'm going to Schwarber then. All right. I'm going down with the ship. Yeah, I know that. Yeah. I think you got to stay on brand and plus come on Rizzo. Best shape of his life. But he still got love handles. As Theo pointed out, so, like, like, that's one of those things where you have to wonder, like, okay, Well, what was the worst shape your life like, you know, I mean, at what point was that not working for you s so you're going with Darvish Abdullah. Well, I mean, I'm not goingto. I think the pitchers have the longest odds here just because they see the least amount of field, but you know, I'm going with I'm going with swag. So so I'm going with the dude is going to get it done in the heat in the heat of the city in Chicago. He's going to face the stocks. How many times like 10 times in six times. Whatever In his head, he's facing four times in his dreams, getting ready for the season. In those preseason games or whatever those exhibition games that they're going to play hot. This happy beat up on the White Sox, huh? He's the A V beats up on everybody don't know your shoulders splits. It lets in wars and all that stuff get out of here and run off in the last years, And there's his war is no place to do not exist. You do not exist, your little wars in your little bulb, IPs and whatever it is, get out of here. Swag. Tell me while what his swag meter is 100 his swagger under 100 out of 50 Against the white, sexist to 46 is a batting average with a 2 86 on base. Whatever home how much slag go, All this swag dripping came through dripping, okay. It Zahavi motivated for a deal, too. He thought he had a deal. Maybe in spring. I know you know how things are going to go now know where your biblical he's going to say. There's no deal for you. Ha ve He's going to try and land Ah, $50 million deal if you can, because baseball's broke. Imagine having so much pent up swag that you haven't been able to get. Now, while you're sitting there waiting for baseball to start, he's going. He's going sometimes, though, when you have all that swag backed up, you're done in, like five seconds..

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"zahavi" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

10:21 min | 2 years ago

"zahavi" Discussed on KGO 810

"The present day can see a conditions of Iraq and the excitement for at analysis of the Iranian regime now under severe sanctions and the predicate for the Iranian revolution why it's called an Islamic Republic of Iran which is the anniversary the fortieth anniversary of the takeover of the US embassy in November of nineteen seventy nine by students whom we now understand were integrated into the revolutionary system that is still with us Abbas a very good evening to you thank you very much for joining me professor the explanation at the time and I remember reading it was that the takeover of the embassy was in response to the brutal way that the Americans and British in nineteen fifty three ignored the will of the Iranian people and over through a very popular prime minister Mosaddegh and introduced an era that goes the revolution was counter revolutionary the Shah's time I'm not here to debate that matter I am here to make that an introduction to a new book that you have published here in Hoover a window into modern around the arduous year Zahavi papers at the Hoover Institution library and archives who was a hottie who was the Hardys dad and how was that part of this legend that the dis the on horsing of Mosaddegh was the predicate for the takeover of the embassy good evening to a good evening to you and thank you for having me it's always a pleasure talking with you the book is as you indicated the archives of the shooters of the D. that includes the archives of his father general Zod the general is the gentleman who replaced most adept in nineteen fifty three so much of the controversy is about that event and the the father is a person that is in sort of the main actor hi this is IT himself at the time was very involved in all of this and the father and son a remarkable archivists in the sense that the for the last sixty years virtually every paper that has gone through the hands they have tried to keep and they were with the ID add this user ID in his house in Montreuil Switzerland those are the himself became the shots son in law then became the Iran's ambassador to the US Iran's ambassador to U. K. Iran's foreign minister then Iran's ambassador to the U. S. again all the way to the end of the revolution so he to the end of the monarchy and the rights of the revolution so his papers essentially shed light on sixty years of Iran's history and they include that notes memoir outlines of his father including the the note that has never been published before his father's outline of how he saw the events that led to the fall of Masada in nineteen fifty three events nineteen fifty three event that the regime it later claimed to be a C. I. A. coup was all he doesn't believe it to be a CIA coup that he believes it to be a nationalist uprising that he masterminded maybe with a little bit of help from the US but essentially with the help from the clergy who became worried that must said that might be leaning too far to the left in might be going the way the eastern European at the Democratic Republic rock this is early Cold War and the contest of my understanding because I'm from outside of this my understanding is that the headlines at the time featured the threat the worry in Washington that the Soviet regime was moving into Tehran that it was going to make Tehran another one of its part for states I think if you actually look at the documents now we have thousands of pages not just the dotted the archive but we have the US government that has the classified literally several thousand pages of documents so we know pretty much how the US was thinking about this the US was very much opposed to the idea of overthrowing must said that well into nineteen fifty two they stopped the British from attacking Iraq this stop the British from organizing gift they said we have to find a diplomatic solution by late fifty to the point that you're raising began to appear in the US documents that may be more said that is not strong enough the communists will take over and before the communist takeover we have to get rid of them and that's when they begin to think about how to remove myself and the Truman administration have romance Mosaddegh are he had come to Washington came to Philadelphia egg and went on Washington he got a tour of Washington there many photographs of that and Mossadegh was a person who was open to the entreaties of the Truman administration that one then there was all action and general Eisenhower is now the president the administration will not begin until January and these events of the of the nineteen fifty three spell out with the new administration and a new understanding of the Soviet threat absolutely with the Dallas brothers become the architects of US foreign policy one at the state wanted the CI a the the the Dallas was that the CIA was before in the C. I. A. and we now have his reports he was worried long before the Truman administration changes mine so Dallas is one of the earliest wojs is a says we have to go and overthrow Moore said and the the Truman administration you're absolutely right I think did romance Amer said that do you think that they could find a way for him to compromise but by the late fifty two they realize that most others are going to compromise and then the administration comes and they're completely of the opinion that you are saying that most of that is either a dupe of the communist or a tool of the communists and if you don't move the communist will take other is the communists were talking about the Soviets this is an aggressive foreign policy that plays out in the Middle East over the next sixty years still today six years later it's not it's called Soviets anymore but the Russians have a hand in every major capital including of course Tehran lessons learned from forty years ago the U. S. made many mistakes in nineteen seventy eight seventy nine the onus of the Shah the way it was projects are presented to the Iranian people today your memory of nineteen seventy nine the Iranian memory of ninety seven enough is it regarded I understand what the propaganda says but the the do the Iranian people regard this as a victory a tragedy a turn in the road how is it understood by the young people if you're asking about today I think there is a lot of remarks in Iraq there is a lot of sense of regret that we helped lead to you they blame our generation the U. overthrew the Shah without understanding and you pave the way for this despotic regime there is a complete romance with the shots there are the television channels the keep broadcasting programs from the Shah's period where women were walking free D. in the streets where there is music and on television were women are singing something that is forbidden in Iran where they're orchestras again showing certain instruments in television in Iran is forbidden women are going to soccer games for forty years women have been banned from soccer games in Iraq that clearly has created a romance and a sense of remorse buyer's remorse we many many many people in Iran say we can't take exact polls but my sense is that that's the over welding sentiment we made a mistake this regime is far more brutal far more despotic far more corrupt than the show ever and the clergy because you mentioned that the clergy was supportive of turning out Mosaddegh because it believes that the Soviet model would treaties the clergy in Iran the way you treated the clergy in Eastern Europe which is to either dismiss or to insulate one of the other does the clergy in any voice regret the fact that the root of the Iranian revolution was driven at least from the American point of view driven by a radical clergy I think there is an increasing number of moderate clergy in Iran who are not part of the regime there's a small minority because everybody is running off the public trough but does one not clearly are beginning to sense that this regime is destroying the foundations of Shiism in Iraq their clerics high ranking clerics who say the damage this regime has done to slam in Iraq to she is imminent a bond no regime has ever done they really think I think they're right Iran is going to be far more secular after this machine then he could have been under any other circumstances regime has not been good for she has them in Iraq I'm speaking with professor Abbas Milani he is a fellow at the Hoover Institution he is also the introducer an editor of a new book a window into modern Iran the artist shares a heady papers at the Hoover Institution library and archives is the book now that has on one page of photographing a reproduction of the latter in a.

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