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Fresh update on "gaza" discussed on All Things Considered

All Things Considered

00:37 sec | 1 hr ago

Fresh update on "gaza" discussed on All Things Considered

"These are the questions that Israel's Medical Ethics Review Board wants the government to answer a Tom Friedman heads the board. There needs to be told the transparency and No one party can override the real data. We need to know the truth, but he stresses he's not trying to hold up the vaccine itself, which has been approved in clinical trials, and people are lining up for it. That'll settle back at the Jerusalem sports Arena. We meet new Hush a reef getting her shot, but a little concerned about data and the vaccines. Fast rollout. I had so many rumors about this. Some say that they won't say the experience on the people here. If it's good vaccine or no, she's a Palestinian residents of Jerusalem with Israeli health care. Unlike Palestinians in the West Bank and Gaza, we're still waiting on vaccines from drugmakers. Israelis getting their shots here say they're not too worried about their data like No, I'm Ben Drawer. If it can help the world.

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Fresh update on "gaza" discussed on 90.3 KAZU Programming

90.3 KAZU Programming

00:56 min | 3 hrs ago

Fresh update on "gaza" discussed on 90.3 KAZU Programming

"Some say that they won't say the experience on the people here. If it's good vaccine or no, she's a Palestinian residents of Jerusalem with Israeli health care. Unlike Palestinians in the West Bank and Gaza, we're still waiting on vaccines from drugmakers. Israelis getting their shots here say they're not too worried about their data like No, I'm Ben Drawer. If it can help the world to get out of that, I don't care. You don't think it's a big cigarettes kill my personal data? He's okay with tiny Israel leveraging big data. To explore how the vaccine works. Daniel Estrin NPR NEWS Jerusalem This'll is NPR news. Hospitals and healthcare workers across the country have been scrambling for critical medical supplies. We were selling 75,000 respirators, but we're now selling six million and we have another four million coming on board Can manufacturers keep up a new administration deals with a shortage of personal protective equipment? Tomorrow on morning edition from NPR News. Join US for morning edition Tomorrow on 90.3.

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Fresh update on "gaza" discussed on BBC Newshour

BBC Newshour

01:06 min | 12 hrs ago

Fresh update on "gaza" discussed on BBC Newshour

"So we've come from Jerusalem into Ramallah through the Israeli checkpoint over here. As the town hall clock chimes asked locals about the long wait for the vaccine and the politics around it. Some argue that because Israel's an occupying power under the Geneva Conventions, it has responsibilities for health in the West Bank and Gaza. While the Palestinian Authority speaks of Israel's duty to help, it hasn't officially asked for it. It's politicians don't want to look weak as though they can't handle this crisis. They're working with the World Health Organization and waiting for orders from Russia and AstraZeneca. Meanwhile, at this construction site in Israel, Ralph through go president of his country's Builders Association, is taking a pragmatic approach. He's asking the Israeli government to vaccinate workers from the West Bank against Cove it they're vital to the economy's on both sides were depending on 65,000, Palestinian workers. Out working in the coal jobs off the construction. Now E think this is logic that also we have to vaccine the Israelis, people and also the Palestinians that trees that are working with us. Mr fully human because they're our neighbors and not in a very good economically condition. I don't know. I don't know that during Israel's lockdowns laborers like Mohammed Amaru, who's 25 from head brawn have been allowed to stay near their workplaces. He's glad not to be taking the risk of spreading coronavirus, but he's homesick. Ask if he wants to be vaccinated. Of course, we are waiting for this to happen. All of us are waiting whether we are Arabs or Jews. If.

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Fresh "gaza" from BBC Newshour

BBC Newshour

01:19 min | 12 hrs ago

Fresh "gaza" from BBC Newshour

"Palestinians and human rights groups say Israel should be doing more for the Palestinians under international law, but the Israeli government disputes that Middle East correspondent Yolande Knell reports. Come in. So these old patients who came to you with covert 19 already cancer patient's kidney patients, maybe Fitzpatrick patients at the Augusta Victoria Hospital. I'm watching seriously ill patients in the covert isolation unit on monitors. They were brought in for other treatments, only to test positive for the virus. This Palestinian hospital is in east Jerusalem, which comes under Israel's full control. So the medics are meat here have been given covert vaccines by Israel. I have it These bodies have it. I was like the first one to be an example for other employees. Doctor Faddle at lush head of radiotherapy tells me he feels little sense of relief over having the jab. His cancer patients who all come from the West Bank and Gaza probably won't get vaccines for months. There's a problem equality you don't feel happy that you're getting the vaccination. Another, but your people cannot So we've come from Jerusalem into Ramallah through the Israeli checkpoint over here. As the town hall clock.

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Fresh update on "gaza" discussed on The Super Human Life

The Super Human Life

00:28 sec | 14 hrs ago

Fresh update on "gaza" discussed on The Super Human Life

"Or who is this this book for because you know you mentioned there that you know a lot of guys at roll up in a church. They get turned away. Flower of colors girl feminized. A but for me. That wasn't my offering two years old In in in my personal life. I i get this a lot of times both friends. You're very mature you know for your tyson. I think that's because of the men that i'm around. Gaza yourself in in my jolan. Dan and all these other men that i make sure to get time.

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Israeli jets hit Hamas targets in Gaza after rockets fired

Dennis Prager

00:16 sec | Last week

Israeli jets hit Hamas targets in Gaza after rockets fired

"Went down. Hold on come. The Israeli military says it's aircraft struck targets in the Gaza Strip in response to two rockets fired from the Palestinian territory. Test fighter jets hit Hamas military targets early on Monday, including sites for digging underground tunnels, some of which

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Embracing sexuality as a person of faith with Pastor Alex Pittaway

The Gays Are Revolting

04:19 min | Last week

Embracing sexuality as a person of faith with Pastor Alex Pittaway

"We're joined by alex piece away. Who is a gay passer from. He's been alex welcome. Thanks so much. I wanna ask you now. You are a reverend. what do we call you. Is it like the queen. Reverend i after all look just postures just alex titles such ranks so called. Alex lit for the lord. Sure what god one bless you. I've never heard that you discover the podcast through gay christian bible study. I think there has to be the first time anyone had about the gays revolting through a christian bible. Study that you know of in a positive It was actually It was the first month that i moved to brisbane and someone who's a really great Sort of leader in our church. He was running a group. A bible study for gay christians and he affectionately called homo group and he invited me along one night because a lot of people in my church go there. And so we We're looking at a pace of scripture which talks about being counter cultural as a reference point. It was this podcast And people were discussing. What gaza garage in the vein of being sort of counter cultural. And they're sort of version of counter. Cultural will being counter cultural by being quia by being gay by being lgbt. I and Being christian being spiritual at the same time And so yeah it was. it was through here that That i i had it Gosh that would have been way back in two thousand eighteen. I think july august. And how long have we been doing show by we've shed a lot of biblical moments on. It's not a surprise to me that they might be studying your trips to wait on. Wellington dotting the alex. You're the possible for church. Made up mostly of lgbt on people who've been rejected from mainstream churches yes so Mcc has been around in brisbane for forty five years And you know we've been cold at the church For gay people We've been cold especially during the eighties and nineties. The the church that has aids We have an aids quilt by sydney congregation in brisbane congregation. And for a while we were the only people who would do funerals for people who died of aids in nineteen eighty s and ninety s And we lost about one third of all of pastas globally. hiv aids. Yes so we're very much a church run by the people. It's called dumb. If you're a church history node like me then Congregational model of church. Which means that the church decides the pasta is the church decides what direction even what beliefs the church has is very much a grassroots organization. And it's not so much sort of top heavy pasta decides everything Organizations is much more much more grassroots than that overall. Unfortunately in australia the landscape spiritually is very very tough for gay people. I think melbourne is probably the most a gay affirming city in terms of church. Wise there are just many many more gay affirming congregations. When i say affirming it means you don't just have to sit at the back and we'll take your money but don't you think that you can get married or anything else. It's people know we will do your marriage. We will Support your relationships we. We're not trying to secretly ten. You straight we don't think you're going to hell. And we fully welcome you. So there's many of those In melbourne including mcc melbourne including several anglican churches several uniting churches in sydney. This probably about five or six in brisbane. There's just three out of hundreds and hundreds and hundreds of churches. And it's it's sad because you know in america despite america being a much more conservative place in indianapolis the city that i studied in to be a pasta. There are something like thirty five. Well affirming churches

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Israeli jets strike Gaza after militants fire rockets

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

00:14 sec | Last month

Israeli jets strike Gaza after militants fire rockets

"Airstrikes in the Gaza Strip today, Israeli military says they struck several targets after Palestinian militants fired two rockets toward southern Israel. Israeli save these targets included rocket manufacturing and military post belonged to Hamas, the militant to rule the area.

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Israeli jets strike Gaza after militants fire rockets

WBZ Morning News

00:29 sec | Last month

Israeli jets strike Gaza after militants fire rockets

"Gathered in Bethlehem and other historical sites in Israel to mark the birth of Christ. Israeli aircraft struck several sites in the Gaza Strip in response to Palestinian militants firing two rockets towards southern Israel. Israeli army says the raids early today targeted a Hamas run rocket making facility and training and military posts. No group claiming responsibility for yesterday's missile attack on the Israeli coast. There have been fewer

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Project Rainbow and Flying Saucers

True Mysteries of the Pacific Northwest

05:15 min | Last month

Project Rainbow and Flying Saucers

"To kids myths and mysteries. I've your host. Kent chrome today rothwells theory. I'll begin with three assumptions. That most theorists can agree on first that flying saucer did crash near roswell new mexico in july nineteen forty seven second that bodies were recovered from the crash site and third that there are scientists working on projects that are rated above top secret and the us government and military branches are not privy to the thread. That connects the pieces of this theory. Is that the security team surrounding these super top secret. Scientific projects has access to the best technology in the field of stealth investigation and manipulation and are possessed of the ability to control all branches of military as well as federal government with the purpose of keeping these projects secret. Only the purpose of this theory is to establish not just a flying saucers crashed near roswell bodies were retrieved but the source of the flying saucer the nature of the crew and the evidence that security teams protecting various super top secret projects were involved to understand the crash of flying saucer at roswell nineteen forty seven we need to go back four more years to nineteen forty three and parallel projects intended to bring world war two to an end. The project brought to fruition was dubbed. Little boy it was the first atomic bomb. The one that was dropped on hiroshima the first control nuclear reaction was in one thousand nine hundred forty two at the university of chicago's reactor and rico firm oversaw the first controlled energy release from the nucleus of an atom after intense effort. The oakridge plant in tennessee began to produce bomb-grade us to thirty five from nineteen forty two to nineteen forty five manhattan project continued progress toward the end result an atomic bomb now. The parallel project. I mentioned was dubbed project rainbow on august twelve nineteen forty-three. It was leaked. That the us navy conducted a test of some sort on the uss eldridge a d. e. class destroyer at the philadelphia navy yard. The exact nature of this test however is open to speculation that tasks or tests were conducted but only produced undesirable results afterwards. the project was supposedly cancel. Not as the public was led to believe because it failed. But because the manhattan project was moving ahead without a hitch but project rainbow was not only not cancelled. It was not an attempt to make the. Us eldridge invisible nor was his project conducted by the navy. It was simply the a naval vessel was chosen as a guinea pig. The name rainbow was attached to the project because of the nature of a rainbow to start at one point ended another. It was determined that if the navy vessels could be transported from an allied area to a battle zone in a matter of minutes that it could turn the tide of the war project. rainbow was based on is stein's theory on the space time continuum too. Massive tesla coils which acted as electromagnetic generators were utilized. One was mounted forward mounted aft. Other accounts state. Their series of generators called gaza's were us when activated. The electromagnetic field would extend out from the ship when the actual test was put into motion. A number of unexpected. A bizarre side effects occurred as the electromagnetic field increased in strength to begin to extend this for out as a hundred yards from the ship in all directions. Forming a large spear within this field to ship became fuzzy and indistinct and agrees hayes formed around the vessel obscuring it from view eventually the only visible object was the outline of the whole of the eldridge where it entered the water then to the amazement of onlookers. The entire ship vanished from view. It was at this point. The vanishing of the alridge that the true power of electromagnetic field that had been created was revealed. Eldridge had not only banished from the view of observers philadelphia. It had vanished from philadelphia altogether. This ship had been instantly transported several hundred miles away from philadelphia to norfolk virginia. And this was the goal after a few minutes. The ship once again banished to return back to philadelphia the failings of the task to become purposefully obscured and vague. As was the intention of the team that was in charge of keeping project. Remember secret secure. Little boy was dropped on hiroshima august. Six one thousand nine hundred forty five and twenty two days later. Japan's surrender in world. War two was brought to an end but the research on project rainbow continued.

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Israel starts its coronavirus vaccinations Sunday

Weekend Edition Sunday

00:50 sec | Last month

Israel starts its coronavirus vaccinations Sunday

"Covert 19 immunization program is on with Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, the first to be vaccinated. MPR's Daniel Estrin reports, Netanyahu received the Fizer covert 19 vaccine on live TV. He said he was setting an example. Polls show many Israelis are nervous about getting vaccinated right away. The president and other top Israeli officials are also getting vaccinated, along with medical staff, and Israel is beginning to vaccinate people over 60 years old. Israel says it's purchased Fizer and Madonna vaccines to cover most of its population. But Palestinians will have to wait. The Palestinian Authority is in talks to receive vaccines, and it's unclear when they'll arrive in the West Bank and Gaza. Meanwhile, Israel is restricting entry from the UK, Denmark in South Africa. You two appearances of a new variant of the Corona virus.

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UN Mideast Envoy Nickolay Mladenov; Celebrating Hanukkah

People of the Pod

07:03 min | Last month

UN Mideast Envoy Nickolay Mladenov; Celebrating Hanukkah

"In two thousand fifteen. Former bulgarian minister of defense and farm minister. Nikolai mladenov was appointed by then. Un secretary general bunk moon to serve as the special coordinator for the middle east peace process since then. Nikolai has served with distinction. Doggedly working to stave off conflict escalations to speak up against comas. terror and to speak up for palestinian needs. Nikolai will soon be leaving his post and he has graciously agreed to join us now on people of the pod to share his thoughts before he does nikolai. Thank you for joining us. Thank you for having now. You and i recorded a podcast interview. Two and a half years ago at the ajc global forum two thousand eighteen in jerusalem. Your very first answer began. And i quote right now. There is practically no peace process because there are no talks were very far from the conditions. Which would make such talks meaningful and to add an additional complication to that the palestinians. The americans don't talk to each other unless i'm mistaken. You could answer this first question in a similar way today. What are the prospects right now for israeli palestinian peace. Well if i had to ended my answer two years later i will delete the word practically everything else stats because there is no peace process. I don't think either. The palestinian or the israeli side are in a position to initiate meaningful discussions on issues. That would actually lead to sustainable solution to the conflict. Of course the palestinian hopeful that was the new american administration. Coming in this will change. I would argue that. What is important are the conditions on the ground. Firstly leadership on both sides for their own reasons different reasons for their own reasons is not in a position to initiate such discussions. Secondly i think the region has shifted in a different direction with different threats. The region has identified as more of a priority. And thirdly i think demands a very serious effort by the international community to create the conditions that are necessary to sustain such meaningful negotiations. Would i were argue. Is that right now. Both sites needs to do unilaterally some positive confidence building measures so that some of the trust that is nice. Sue for negotiations to be meaningful can be rebuilt. And there's a lot of stuff that can be done by both. Israel is under postseasons to that when last we spoke. You also said that. The situation in gaza to which i know you've paid a tremendous amount of attention and invested a tremendous amount of time. You said that that situation was extremely desperate. Has life improved at all for the people living in gaza. I don't think i can say that. It has improved. I think it's actually on a number of fronts become much worse with covert democ now. In fact only a couple of weeks ago we came up with some new research which we published and tens of thousands of gaza have lost their jobs because of the economic socio economic crisis caused by the virus endemic. We've seen a rapid increase in the number of people who need food assistance and a healthcare system in gaza which is on the verge of collapse. It is only managing to do with the cases that now the coronavirus cases that it has because of the extensive assistance the un in coordination with israel and with the palestinians provides to hospitals. Be that ventilators face masks desk kids. Whatever is necessary but no live. there hasn't improved and the only way that you can see. Life in gaza. Improving is if you have a combination of the following factors. One is the legitimate palestinian authority. Government comes back in takes control from hamas islamic jihad not various militants. Dinner there so that they put weapons into their control and reduce the risk security risk on the grounds secondly that israel reopened some of the closings on gaza in terms of limitations. What can go in. Because of the fear that julius materials that go into gaza get used for rockets or other terror related activities. Pick and that is. How lights can normalize but sadly we're more in a state right now off preventing wards and actually trying to build a sustainable peace as far as gaza is concerned have been many attempts to restart internal palestinian negotiations. All of them sadly failed the title of the job that you are preparing to leave is special coordinator for the middle east peace process. I know that often middle east peace process refers just to this kind of one long running conflict in one corner of the middle east. So does your remit nikolai. Does it touch on any of this kind of news. Between israel and arab states. my job title was invented. I don't think there was any there. Were any other conflicts in the middle east and this was the goal to conflicts for everyone. Since then they've been too many. And i wish there would be a general middle east peace process if you wish that involves all the countries in the region from libya to yemen to iraq and lebanon syria. Whatever lives who have my remits currently is on the israeli palestinian fronts. Only however i think that if you look more strategically how to resolve this really frozen conflict if you wish between israelis and the palestinians you tune in to bring the arabs it and this is something that we've been arguing for way back before even president obama's time the quartet it's national quartet needs to open up and engage with the arabs more openly and more constructively and perhaps in the future that will be more possible because of the abraham accords. Andy situation which you have now. I've been a strong advocate of bringing in the arab countries because i think in the current strategic and geopolitical environment neighboring benefits to all sides and to the region as a whole their key to stability and to promoting tolerance in the middle east they are critical to creating economic opportunities of engagement between israel and the gulf states trade tourism culturally -education exchanges. Their critical if you wish to supporting the palestinian authority in terms of funding and donations the un's activities on the coronavirus on any as crisis that we have so their strategic partners and swap. My term care. I've spent a substantial part of my time. Travelling to the gulf to egypt to jordan to other arab countries constantly briefing them consulting with them and bringing them. It's just a few months ago. When the annexation was still an issue of public debates in israel. I made it very clear publicly. That israel has a choice either to go down. The road of annexation which would have been against international law would create all kinds of security and other problems on the ground and would have alienated the arab countries or go down the road of normalization which actually creates opportunities for the future. And really glad that that's where we are today.

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Morocco Becomes Latest Arab Country To Normalize Ties With Israel

All Things Considered

02:26 min | Last month

Morocco Becomes Latest Arab Country To Normalize Ties With Israel

"Me happy holidays. Another Arab country has decided to join the Trump Administration's Abraham accords. Under the deal, Morocco will normalize ties with Israel. In return the U. S is backing Morocco's bid. Sovereignty over a disputed territory. NPR's Michele Kelemen reports. Israel in Morocco have already had informal ties for years. But now in a tweet president Trump says they've agreed to full diplomatic relations. His son in law and adviser Jared Kushner, expects things to move quickly. They will grant overflights and direct flights to and from Israel for all Israelis. They'll reopen the liaison offices and robot and tell Aviv immediately with the intention to open the embassies you know, in the near future. For its part, the U. S. Is changing its policy toward Western Sahara Ah former Spanish colony In the past, the U. S. Has worked with the United Nations to promote talks between Morocco and the Polisario Front, which seeks independence for Western Sahara. Kushner says the U. S now recognizes Morocco's sovereignty over the disputed region is something that's been talked about. For a long time, but something that seemed inevitable at this point. A statement from the Polisario Front question whether the move by the U. S violates international law and said Morocco is quote selling it sold to maintain its illegal occupation. Trump's move also took the U. N by surprise. We've just learned of this through Twitter post, U. N spokesman Stephane Dujarric says the secretary general is still convinced that it's possible to reach a negotiated solution based on U. N resolutions. One Former U. N and U. S diplomat Jeffrey Feldman says the U. S. Was already leaning toward Morocco's planned offer some autonomy but not independence. For the people of Western Sahara. Previous administrations have never come out fully in support of Morocco. There's been kind of a wink wink nudge nights. The Moroccan economy plan looks pretty good as a basis for How you would negotiate a permanent settlement. But he fears that President Trump's move will short circuit diplomacy, leaving the Saharawi people weaker as he's done with others. He hasn't shown much empathy for weaker parties. Whether we're talking about the Kurds in Syria or the the Palestinians in the West Bank and Gaza, and now this stuff rallies, Palestinians are sounding frustrated, too, as more Arab countries agreed to normalize ties with Israel

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Chicago - What We Know — And What We Don’t — About Illinois’ 2nd COVID-19 Wave

WGN Programming

00:25 sec | 2 months ago

Chicago - What We Know — And What We Don’t — About Illinois’ 2nd COVID-19 Wave

"Top health official in Illinois says the state's second wave of the virus is here and that it's more dire than back in the spring. It can and will spread. At a dining establishment it can and will spread at a large Thanksgiving gathering. It can and will spread at a wedding and it can and will and has spread. At funerals ahead of Illinois Public Health Department doctor in Gaza is IKEA Pier

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How to Build A Business For the Long-Run

The Road To A Billion

05:36 min | 2 months ago

How to Build A Business For the Long-Run

"What are the things you look for in a business idea operated cetera and see if it has potential to scale big make big money. I just picked big markets like You know like we jumped in the health and wellness space. We knew that a large majority of americans were fat and overweight and obese and spent a ton of money to buy products like this. So i definitely want to take a big market. I and i know people are willing to spend a lotta money in as kind of like a i. You know. I want to think about. I think about like if you can build unfair advantages or you had some advantage over Over market that that may be some don't have You know. But yeah i would. I would just pick big market like for us health and wellness. It was awesome personal as well. I mean. Chris was really big believer in paleo. Tedo so no during the time when things weren't working and kept him motivated kind of or a bigger a bigger problem to solve. We wanna help one hundred thousand or five hundred thousand women you know Regain their their suds of a pri- inuit whatever it is but i picked big markets first and then just figure out like can i build Can i take a very small segment of that big market and make a business out of it so i would encourage you to think in terms of where is. Where's the money flowing where people readily willing to spend money on certain products or ideas are topics. Yeah nine think. That's a great answer. Hopefully marcus that helped you to your place of bad reception but glad we were able to answer it. We have molly love it. And she wants to know about a coming trend next. Five years in marketing. Hey molly hey. How's it my question and appreciate that. Yeah yeah so. Thank you so much for all this information. That's really super I am brand new and I just wanted to check in and see if you had any thoughts about trends man Not so much trends. But i am. I am super bullish on however you wanna define it. E commerce internet marketing. You know however you wanted to find space that we're in. I am so bullish. Because what i know to be true is that there are just no end number of new places to promote your product whether it's tiktok whether it's you know Emily yesterday says she was crushing it on native networks. But what what i know to be true is there are going to be continually new places to to market product which is super cool and just the rate at which the tools available to us as marketers just seeming seemingly better and better and better and better like i mean. I'm damned with sms cart abandoned. I answered with the idea of sending physical mail out to people. I mean so so we we do live in a world of marketing world where we are just like new marketing waste or reach customers is happening all the time. Different ways to engage them whether it's over email whether it's direct mail whether it's physical location. So i don't know that there's trends so much is but we have a very quickly growing exciting dynamic space to work within and it just opens up huge opportunities for people that can see that stuff and leverage it So yeah i don't know. I mean health and wellness is always a big trend financial crisis. I'm sure the pressure are going. Prepar going crazy right now with what's happening with pandemic stuff so i think if you're opened like listening to the what's happening in the world you can you can do take yearly. Well if you keep both ears open so welcome to the space molly like. It's really great to have you and it's a it's a. It's you'll find really people here that are doing really interesting things and So yeah for sure. I joined this really great mastermind. So i'm really excited about that. But yeah thank you for that. I appreciate your thoughts on it. Been great thanks. Thanks moyer quickly. Want to questions but i say it was interesting talking with my wife. Laura and her her cousin who's a doctor like a Like an er doctor. Remember him as a wedding. Yeah yeah you met him. Yeah he officiated policies out here in vegas. Because they're getting. They're getting married on october. First and sedona other doing their originally going to a whole albert wedding another kind of eloping but yet his bachelor party wife comes in. Gaza comes in today. And so we've seen watt. They're talking about tiktok because he's made a couple of videos on tiktok have just gone like a million half use you million views and it's just like not knowing what he's doing and like one thing there. I don't have to talk at all currently but like on my phone. But it was like lauren like do same way when you like instagram. When you're osha gone on instagram. Five years earlier or later two or whatever it is s happening right now in tiktok. It's like why would you not at least explore play of tiktok and in tiktok. Not you know that will get supplanted by something else. But it's like i like as i get older. I mean i'm really just getting active on instagram in the last month or two executive assistant like posting stuff for me you know i mean we talk about what she's going to post but like but i'm like you know stupid resistant to instagram. A long time. Because i'm like i'm gonna become commodity in my old age you know and it's like i don't know why it's gotta stop doing that. No

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Illinois Reports 7,538 New Coronavirus Cases, 55 Deaths as Positivity Rate Increases Again

WBBM Afternoon News Update

00:22 sec | 2 months ago

Illinois Reports 7,538 New Coronavirus Cases, 55 Deaths as Positivity Rate Increases Again

"Thompson Center today. State public health director Darting in Gaza Easy reported little noise daily count of the new girl, the virus cases and the hospitalizations doubling in the last month. We are fully into the second wave or second surge, and the cases are increasing exponentially. State today reported more than 7500 new covert 19 cases and 55 additional deaths tied to the pandemic.

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Passenger in Offset's car arrested for concealed weapon

Mojo In The Morning

01:58 min | 3 months ago

Passenger in Offset's car arrested for concealed weapon

"Dirty story over the weekend to offset detained by police while driving through a trump rally in beverly hills. This was Saturday afternoon. He actually took out his phone in recorded himself being pulled over share the video instagram alive he refused to step out of a car while being questioned by cops one of whom had a weapon drawn and I'm GonNa play his video in just a second the officer started off by telling offset. There had been a report that he was weaving guns at people as he drove through the area looking at me like that Bro. Medina turned. Telling you. Do it, but you got so Gaza. I I'm not I stayed with. Her driver I'm giving you more take your right hand turn off the I'm not doing no orders. You got guys outpointing. Turn Journal. On. Asking you to do I'm not gonNA WANNA because you've got guys. That's my choice nothing to move my half of my world this. Guys were wait somebody was told that I'm celebrity I offset from the Migos they bears that's why they following me. WHY WE'RE HERE Waving. The flag. What are you talking about? told me to my hair's up I'm not doing that you put my hands on twenty five thousand people. Public. Movement. Reiterate offset. said that trump supporters had his car with the flag pretty be was when this all went down and for the record, it was actually Cardi's cousin Marcello. Who is waving guns at people he ultimately was arrested. The cousin has now been charged with carrying a concealed weapon and carrying a loaded firearm and public. So he is being held on like thirty five thousand dollars moments before this happened on Cardi's instagram live. Videotaping some of the people that were in that. Trump rally to the time, but she was not in the same car with him.

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Jesus - the one who would drink the cup of God’s wrath

The Bible Project

07:02 min | 3 months ago

Jesus - the one who would drink the cup of God’s wrath

"So. All of this has huge implications for how we should talk and think about how Jesus understood his death. What did Jesus think his death meant how did he talk about it and how does it fit into this will conversation. So remember the meaning of the Cup of God's anger in in the prophets there's an important story in Matthew. Chapter. Twenty. Where two of his disciples their mom comes up to him to Jesus and asks if two of her sons can be Jesus as like special special princes when he becomes the King of Israel helicopter parents. Just, be a good mom. So. Wealth is great. So. Will you know command in your kingdom that my Tucson's will sit on your right and left Jesus answers. Sorry you just simply don't know what you're asking for. Are you able to drink the cup that I am about to drink and the two men said to him? Oh yes we're able and he said to them you know you actually will drink my cup but to sit on my right hand or left sorry, that's not my authority give but to be on my right and my left that is for those whom it has been prepared by my father this is a little hint forward to criminals. Jesus. Yes. But to Jesus thrown in other words when comes in his kingdom, he will have one on his right and one on his left and when in the Gospels is that moment happen? Why did it all the Gospel Authors? Tell us that he had one on his right and one on his left when he was Chris when he's crucified yes. That's right which is a type of upside down and thrown. Yeah. That's right. So already here he's hinting that the cup refers to his coming execution. And many of his disciples will actually lay down their lives for their witness to Jesus I. think that's what it means. You will drink my cup, but his point is that the way I'm going to become king over Israel over the nation's is by drinking the cup and there's only one place. Where that Jesus getting that image from. But the the passages we looked at in a previous episode, which is Isaiah Fifty one Jeremiah twenty-five in Psalm seventy five with three main cup of passages of Gaza. If they were familiar with the Hebrew. Bible would they know exactly what he was saying here? Are you able to what they have understood that? Well, yeah. In the moment in the actual moment of the conversation. Yeah. I don't know Jesus was a ridler he spoke in scriptural language and the riddles all the time the Gospel authors want the reader to pick it up because Jesus is going to use the image again in a couple of chapters. So what is he saying what did authors want us to pick up? Are you able to? Remind me again about drinking the Cup yet drinking the cup is what Jeremiah says will happen to Jerusalem when it surrounded by Babylonian armies because they're king broke a treaty with Babylon and they've been unfaithful to God. So drinking the cup, is another way of saying God handing you over to the consequences of your decisions, which ultimately it seems like our death throughout the biblical story line, not not as in the consequences. Of Sin are death in the trite way we think about it. But in the story line being handed over is kind of simultaneous with and specifically being handed over to be conquered by pagan armies. What would it mean then for Jesus to drink the of? That's exactly right. You gotTa keep on Reading You gotTa let the story. Tell you what she's means because he brings it up again in the garden Africa semi. Well, actually skipping his story at Passover. Right at the last supper when he brings out the cup and he says, This Cup is the new covenant in my blood. So he gives them a cup to drink and they're the this cup imagery is really rich. He's borrowing imagery from Covenant Making Ceremonies and the Old Testament likening his blood, the blood of the animals that would be offered up to God in the making. Of Covenant. Then after that, he goes out to the Garden of Disseminating Matthew Twenty six and in the in the garden, what he's praying is this it's in Verse Thirty Nine in Matthew Twenty. Six He says three times Matthew says, Jesus, prayed my father it's possible May. This Cup be taken from me but not my desire, but your desire be done so Jesus keeps talking about. His coming death as drinking the Cup on behalf of his people. That's his conception of death and drinking the cup in say Isaiah fifty one is image of experiencing the consequences of God turning his face Yup and those consequences are God allowing foreign armies to overtake his Covenant People. That's the concrete expression that it takes in history and so Jesus is using this phrase. We know it's intense. We know he's excited about it. Yeah. So Jesus is going to experience. God turning his face away. Jesus knows that if Israel turns away from his message that they're going to be destroyed. He's been making that crystal clear all throughout his warnings of Judgment. He intentionally goes to Jerusalem for Passover during the feast week when they celebrate their liberation from a pagan oppressor Egypt. And he intentionally goes there and he poked the bear, it doesn't just poke the bear. He likes stabs the bear jabs at for a week. You're. Provoking, the temple leaders, the city leaders I you know he's intentionally creating problem and he keeps saying throughout this week, I'm going to drink the cup. I'm coming here to drink the cup. So Jesus is going to put himself in the place of faithless covenant, breaking Israel and experienced defeat at the hands of pegging armies on their behalf. If, you just think through with all these images mean to drink. The Cup means to be conquered by PAGANO, presser job because of covenant violation Israel here specifically Jerusalem the warning is given. That Rome is going to burn it down and takeover death destruction and. What Jesus is predicting that's going to happen is he's going to experience that he's going to experience what it's like to be. destroyed. By the Roman oppressor. That's right. He's GonNa Drink That Cup

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The Amazon Formula To Sell 8-Figures & Beyond with Jeff Lieber

Entrepreneur on FIRE

04:01 min | 4 months ago

The Amazon Formula To Sell 8-Figures & Beyond with Jeff Lieber

"Jeff say what's up to fire nation and share something interesting about yourself that most people don't know hey, what's up fire nation? Jeff Lieber and yeah let's see. I. Guess Back in two thousand fourteen kind of a funny story is I was working at nine to find nine to five job and what happened was is I was had that entrepreneurial bug I've been listening to podcasts like yours and other people. Knows you know looking at different business models and then I stumbled upon the Amazon business model at that time and I learned like the steps to source of product and all you're choosing what product to get started with and out of all the products in the world I was what would be the coolest sexiest product I could bragged my friends about and of all the products under the Sun I chose to buy a twenty foot. Container of Puppy pee pads or training dogs A. Matt and I spent almost like seventy percent of my life savings fifteen grand at the time on that container wired it to China had no idea the risks that were involved with that and luckily they did ship me a container of way too many puppy pads to sell and. Took me about a year to sell through that container. Thank goodness. It worked out and survived. So well, if they were on the market a few months ago I would have bought one Gaza we do have a a new puppy in our life is name as gas and we love him dearly and he has needed some pads as he's learned how to get to house train but I'm happy to say where we're past that stage for the most part now knock on wood but in fire. Nation as I shared in the introduction, we're talking about the Amazon formula to sell eight figures and beyond. So I mean you had that nine to five. Jeff. Back in two, thousand, fourteen, he decided to take the leap. So when exactly did you get started selling products on Amazon? I. Mean I know you said you start with a puppy pads move onto the next point from that and how did that experience actually lead you to starting turnkey product management? Yes. Of intention was not to start turnkey. Product management that came a few years later. So luckily, like I said that product ended up selling decently well, but I ended up launching additional pet products and then my sister had an idea for baby products brands. So we launched that and my friend's dad had an idea for with an awesome patented dog toy. So we launched on kickstarter and Bernard up on that and then So all of a sudden I was doing a ton of stuff and then had a few friends from college who Had Awesome products. They did you know sunglasses and wash on kickstarter and we're doing awesome on shop and sales channels like that. But they were struggling on Amazon and they saw me having success with Elaine product like bubby bads and they're like, why can't we do that? So I I ended up helping them and they just said, can you just manage it for us? Can you just do it what will pay you and I was like sure and so that was really the first consulting client. But. It was just a friend and it was fun. You know working with them and ended up growing them to over six figures in their first year and then they referred a friend and they referred a friend and now I had five clients as well in addition to all the brands. So needless to say I was. Almost envious of my previous nine to five job that I had quit because I couldn't do it all and I was like man, why did I even quit I'm like so stressed out in overwhelmed in managing way too much stuff and so I just said what what really would make me the happiest and what am I the best that and that was selling on Amazon. So what I did was decided to sell my stakes out of all may their companies in about nine month period and solely went in all in on turnkey product management gave it an official name and That was about three or four years ago and built a team hired me on my sister, my cousin, a bunch of great great people along the way, and now we're helping a lot of companies to scale their their businesses on Amazon seven and eight figures, and beyond

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Coronavirus: Israel marks Jewish New Year with second lockdown

Monocle 24: The Globalist

07:44 min | 4 months ago

Coronavirus: Israel marks Jewish New Year with second lockdown

"Rush Shawna or Jewish New Year begins at sunset this evening. But for Israel this new. Year's anything. But happy as the country becomes the first major economy to enter into a second. Nationwide lockdown against a backdrop of serious discontent towards the handling of the pandemic and the Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu himself Israel, which was one of the first countries to enact stringent measures to inhibit the spread of the virus is shutting down. Again, the three weeks we'll joining me now is Alison Kopplin summer who is a journalist for hurt a good morning to you alison. Why is this can lockdown necessary? Well. It's basically necessary because our infection rates which reached a really dramatic low back in in May. have been creeping up all through the summer months and then I'm have basically exploded beginning. At the end of August, beginning of September which was really. Enhanced by the the return of of kids to school we really see that they've absolutely been able to to mark. A connection between the fact that kids went back to school on. September first and that since then the the rates have been have been doubling and and surging among the general population at an unprecedented rate before that, it was basically concentrated in certain populations, certain cities, certain neighborhoods. But as kids went back to school, it just exploded across the entire population. So this goes against what the so corona virus saw said a couple of months ago when he asserted the socio economic trauma inflicted by covert restrictions was greater than its health impacts. So can you help line the state of the economy and how these further restrictions will impact on businesses? Well. There's been a huge debate going into this lockdown as to the extent to which private businesses should be allowed to continue business as usual a huge debate over the the pain that closing down business will cause versus the attempt to to fight the to fight the lockdown We already have a major unemployment problem and unlike European countries Israel has not been fully compensating businesses for their losses. and. So there's a huge bitter angry rebellion by business owners small and large and not insignificant chance that this time around because people have much less faith than they did in the first lockdown there's going to be a lot of businesses I predict violating the restrictions and an opening for business even in the face of the of the restrictions I mean, what does the Don actually entailed? Everything must close. Everything must close except for essential services such as supermarkets and and pharmacies public offices will be open, but they won't receive. receive the public in In Government Offices Private businesses. Again, this came after fight are two privately reopened with a with a minimal amount of staff in in Workplaces So you know the economy is being partially allowed to function. That's why there are so many as they say, Swiss cheese holes in this lockdown but they're worried that you know in the attempts to keep the economy going to an extent know if schools are out, you can't have a full economy running. That they're putting so many holes in it in order to keep the the economy functioning at a certain rate that it's going to be ineffective in terms of of actually bringing the infection rate down significantly what about the situation in the West Bank and the Gaza Strip? The situation is bad there too. There's a lockdown in Gaza right now and and the West Bank is also suffering from from it from an outbreak. So they are they're not in any kind of renewed full scale lockdown, the way that that we are, but they are they're in a difficult place as well. Now, this as you mentioned a huge amount of opposition to this and people are actually protesting who's out on the streets. Well There's always been a religious secular divide in. Israel? Approximately. Twenty twenty, five percent of our population are Orthodox smaller. percent of that are also Orthodox and those daybreak cities where the ultra-orthodox resided partially because of the large family size there and how how dense their residences is that has been really a hotbed of infection as well as Arab towns and. Cities and so it's been very hard for them to specially over a long period of six months to stop with their large gatherings, their traditions, their prayers, etc, and that is countered by. On, the other side and on the secular side, the need to protest against a Netanyahu how he's had this corruption trial, they've had large protests. So basically, there's this back and forth going on why can we not gather in a? Study Jewish learning while you can gather on the streets and have a protest, and for example, why can you go to your ritual baths and we can't go to the beach? So there's there's a lot of fourth fighting and then the the biggest and most desperate cry is from the business owners who are feeling so much economic pain. So there's protests coming from from all directions and how will this affect the political situation? While the political situation isn't good to begin with one of the reasons that Israel has been. So crippled in fighting the corona virus situation is as I said, really hotbeds of infection at least as of two three months ago we're in these ultra-orthodox cities neighborhoods, and what the coronavirus czar planned to do came in trying to do is to really shut those cities down and really be able without harming the economy on a large scale to focus the approach inside these communities and political pressures. made it impossible for Netanyahu, to really stand behind his are and do the because the ultra Orthodox parties said, if you close our cities if you shut down now. If, you don't allow us to go to synagogue. We are going to leave your coalition and basically bring down the government, and that's why at every turn these ultra-orthodox parties have been able to twist the government's arm into allowing them to have more freedom than the secular public looks at what's going on in the religious sector and they say, well, if they're not GONNA do it. We're not going to do it, and then you've got a very bad dynamic there. I listen Israel forced all foreign arrivals to self isolate on March the night that was before the World Health Organization announced that it was in fact, a pandemic given the the the country is now in this situation, won't you think that other nations around the world can learn by watching this? I think really the biggest lesson that that Israel can teach the world is. Opening up schools particularly when it above the age of ten or so is really a dangerous difficult and problematic as much as we all want to see our children. In school learning getting an in person education that that is really the trigger. This is now the second time that that sending kids to school have have sent our infection rates. Rising, and that's why any kind of a resumption of studies has to be done extremely slowly carefully in a measured way starting with the youngest kids and slowly going. Up and keeping a very, very strong monitoring. On how that that is affecting the society because kids go to school, they get infected, they come home in the infect their entire families. Alison despite everything. Shana Tova.

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Israel strikes Gaza after rocket fire during US ceremony

Morning Edition

00:56 sec | 4 months ago

Israel strikes Gaza after rocket fire during US ceremony

"Says it's fighter jets struck militant sites in Gaza in response to rockets being fired at Israel. NPR's Daniel Estrin says the rocket fire began during yesterday's White House signing ceremony involving diplomatic agreements reached by Israel and two Arab nations. Israel's military says Palestinian militants launched 13 rockets towards southern Israel Tuesday to Israelis suffered light and moderate wounds. Then Israeli air strikes targeted militant sites in Gaza with no injuries reported. The Islamic Jihad group said it fired the rockets to protest the deals. The United Arab Emirates and Bahrain signed with Israel. Palestinians accused those countries of betrayal for rewarding Israel with diplomatic ties while the Israeli Palestinian conflict continues. Those Gulf Arab states never fought a war against Israel. For years, they had covert relations. The Gaza Israel violence was a reminder of the Mideast peace that still has not been achieved.

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President Trump presides over a reshaping of Middle East power dynamic

All Things Considered

03:19 min | 4 months ago

President Trump presides over a reshaping of Middle East power dynamic

"The White House was trying to resolve the Israeli Palestinian conflict with the quote deal of the century, but the Palestinians were not among those signing the so called Abraham Accords today. It was the foreign ministers of the United Arab Emirates in Bahrain, agreeing to open diplomatic and economic ties with Israel. President Trump's staged an elaborate ceremony to mark the occasion were here this afternoon to change the course of history. After decades of division and conflict, we marked the dawn of a new Middle East. Neither Bahrain nor the United Arab Emirates were at war with Israel. They had been working quietly together to counter Iran. Israel's Prime Minister, Benjamin Netanyahu, thanked the the US US president, president, You You have have unequivocally unequivocally stood stood by by Israel Israel side. side. You You have have boldly boldly confronted confronted the the tyrants tyrants of of Tehran. Tehran. You've proposed a realistic vision for peace between Israel and the Palestinians, Palestinian see the deal's as a betrayal by their Arab allies and an effort by the Trump administration to undermine the Arab peace initiative. That plan calls for normalization with Israel after the Israeli Palestinian conflict is resolved. The Trump Administration took a different approach, says Aaron David Miller of the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace. They reserved all the honey for Israel in the key Arab states and all the vinegar for the Palestinians. The idea is that as Arab states normalize ties with Israel and get big arms deals with the U. S. They will put pressure on the Palestinians to make peace with Israel on terms more favourable to Netanyahu. Miller says It's known as the outside in approach, and he recalls numerous conversations about this with Trump's son in law and advisor Jared Kushner. It was just easier for them. It was more attractive for them. It was much more in keeping with the pro Israeli sensibilities both for political reasons, and in the case of Mr Questioner and others emotionally To align themselves with the eyes outside in approach. It's starting to pay off. But the Trump administration is still short of its ultimate prize, Miller says. Getting Saudi Arabia on board. My only concern is that they have hyped and Who plotted to the point where That may not yet be wanted. But if other Arab states join the party, particularly the Saudis, then I think you've got something that will be much more enduring. The Arab foreign minister say they're not turning their backs on Palestinians and Moradi Abdullah bin Zayed, speaking through an interpreter reminded Netanyahu that he agreed to suspend plans to annex parts of the Israeli occupied West Bank. You can look after dark cell. Um thank you for choosing peace and for halting the annexation off Palestinian territories at position that reinforces our shared will To achieve a better future for generations to come. In this time of a pandemic. The men didn't wear masks as they signed their deals with Israel. They did, however, avoid a public handshake. And while the ceremony was taking place at the White House, Palestinian militants in Gaza fired two rockets into southern Israel.

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Gaza militants fire rockets at Israel as pacts signed in US

All Things Considered

01:37 min | 4 months ago

Gaza militants fire rockets at Israel as pacts signed in US

"Donald Trump presided over a document signing event at the White House today is really the United Arab Emirates and Bahrain signing agreements that will formalize the normalization of the Jewish state's warming relations with the two countries, possibly paving the way for a broader Arab Israeli reconciliation after decades of squabbles. Later, Speaking to reporters at the White House, Trump indicated more countries will be getting on board. I call it going around the spark door coming in a different way, and we have many other countries going to be joining us. They're going to be joining us soon. We'll have. I mean, I think seven or eight or nine we're gonna have a lot of other countries joining us, including the Big one. Today's ceremony is part of an initiative being pushed by the Trump administration is a key foreign policy win during the president's reelection campaign. As Israeli leaders attended a ceremony at the White House to establish diplomatic ties with the two countries. Militants in Gaza fired rockets at Israel, medics say At least two Israelis were wounded. NPR's Daniel Estrin reports from Jerusalem. Medics say the two men had moderate and light shrapnel wounds. The rocket fire hit the southern Israeli town of US dude Video on social media showed a crowd gathered near shop with shattered glass on the sidewalk. Palestinians opposed the two Gulf states agreements with Israel as abandoning the Palestinians and their conflict with Israel. The Islamic Jihad militant group claimed responsibility for the rocket fire, saying they opposed the normalization deal with Israel. A spokesman for Gaza's ruling Islamist militant group Hamas said Palestinians would continue to struggle for their rights as if the agreements between Israel and the two Gulf states did not exist. Daniel Estrin. NPR NEWS Jerusalem House

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"gaza" Discussed on Correspondents Report

Correspondents Report

07:13 min | 1 year ago

"gaza" Discussed on Correspondents Report

"Now clashes between Israel's military and militant groups in Gaza has happened again. This week can seem depressingly familiar one side or the other triggers fighting in which the militants fire rockets and Israel responds with airstrikes buildings destroyed and people generally dying after a few days. A ceasefire has brokered. Could Israelis returned to their relatively comfortable lives and Gazans returned to their much more difficult daily existence. So what will it take to break that. Grim rim cycle and provide some genuine positive change for the people of Gaza living under Israeli blockade Middle East correspondent. Eric Torture asks that very question Christian there are applications on smartphones to navigate your drive in an unfamiliar neighborhood to share photos to find out what time you'll bus slaves in Israel Israel. There's an APP that tells you. When rockets have been launched and in which areas people need to take cover? I have this APP on my phone. So I know when militant groups in Gaza Sir Lebanon or Syria alone rockets into Israel. It makes an urgent bringing sound like a sped up school bell early. On Tuesday morning it began digging being continuously the urgent bells kept chiming with H new launch music. My young son said pointing at the phone but it wasn't something to be enjoyed. H new alert Minton new batch of rockets fired towards a different part of Israel. There's a language to where the rockets directed if the alerts for small communities on the Gaza border. There's no big news story. Militant factions often launch small rockets towards the sparsely populated border area. And I rarely to kill anybody but on Tuesday these alerts where facilities in central Israel where four million people live in tel.. Aviv's awful morning. Traffic Commute Mute has jumped out of their cars and duck down on the roads as rocket. Sirens blared south of the city Israel's intercept missiles with bringing down rockets fired from Gaza her in the language of rocket launches. This was a very serious message. The militants would telling Israel you have started a nasty fight. That's because at four in the morning and Israeli airstrike destroyed an apartment in Gaza City. Where Baha Abu Al Attar and his wife was sleeping? Atta was a commander commander. In the military wing of the iranian-backed militant group Palestinian Islamic Jihad. Israel said it killed him because he'd been a serial troublemaker. Ordering rocket could launches sniper attacks and even strike with an antitank missile in breach of an unofficial ceasefire between militant groups in Israel Abu. Al Atta reportedly ordered a rocket attack on the city of stood during Israel's recent election campaign when Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu was addressing a rally. The alarm forced I him off the stage. An embarrassment for a leader who likes to be thought of as Mr Security Nevertheless ATAS killing by Israel was an unusual move. You've Israel abandoned a former policy of what it called targeted killings essentially the assassination of militant ladies in two thousand twelve after one particular L. A.. Hit led to a costly protracted conflict in Gaza. The assassinations was seen to increase violence. Not Reduce IT shortly after the strike back in Gaza a missile blew up a home in the embassy district of Syria's capital Damascus. Killing two men the target was reportedly another Palestinian Islamic Jihad official who may have survived the strike. Israel has not commented on that attack Palestinian Islamic Jihad the second largest militant group in Gaza Responded by firing hundreds of rockets with two days. Thanks largely to Israel's iron dome intercept missiles they were injuries but no deaths. Israel responded with airstrikes saying it was targeting men firing rockets as well as Palestinian Islamic Jihad sites and leaders but among the thirty four all people killed inside Gaza where father and his two sons who were riding a motorbike. Seven family members of Islamic Jihad leader died when his apartment was hit. Israel's government and military said there I am was to deter Islamic Jihad from further attacks while not during the much more powerful militant group which governs Gaza a Hamas into the fighting in previous rounds of violence Hamas has been able to inflict much more damage with Superior Manpower Coordination and and linked the experience of fighting Israel and the tactic worked Hamas stayed on the sidelines and the inevitable. Ceasefire was reached. Sooner than most people expected Israel says it clearly won this round but teaching a militant group lesson cost thirty four lives and inflicted more pine and feel on Gazans and Israelis civilians on both sides of the border a sick of it although some Israelis were expressing approval because there were no deaths on this side but people know depressingly pressingly that this will happen again fairly soon. That's because no political later wants to take the difficult but necessary steps to end the miserable situation in in Gaza under blockade for twelve years. It is a small but densely populated place with a paralyzed economy a health system on the brink of collapse and a growing population of trapped desperate forgotten people ending the economic and military blockade that causes so much misery in Gaza would require Israel to recognize and deal openly with Hamas. The group violently seized power from the Palestinian Authority in two thousand and seven. After winning an election the year before it has survived three woes and held onto power. Despite the worsening suffering of Gazans the Palestinian authorities recognized the unpalatable palatable necessity of dealing with House and recently announced a plan for new elections despite their history both sides of the internal Palestinian conflict a now seeking a political solution. You don't really hear Israeli politicians talking like that the two main contenders for government instead compete for who can promise the harshest military incursion. There's no talk about ending the blockade securing a real future for Gazans. It's assumed this cannot occur while Hamas rules tells the group still formally coals for Israel's destruction even while its latest admit that's an unacceptable and unachievable goal but the reason Israel Israel and Gaza militants keep fighting because nothing changes armed groups still hold sway over a fearful population which has never had redress for the historical injustices that put them in a tiny enclave surrounded by walls fences cameras and guns since they voted for Hamas they've been rewarded with more than a decade of woes isolation and stagnation. Everyone in Gaza wants and needs change real change that comes from political echo. Courage or Gaza in Kids Will Cape Bank collateral damage and Israelis will keep waking up to the unholy music of rocket. Alerts on their funds are torture. They're reporting from Jerusalem..

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"gaza" Discussed on Today in Focus

Today in Focus

03:29 min | 2 years ago

"gaza" Discussed on Today in Focus

"Today. We talk about Gaza's blockade generation and the guardians Rafael fair warns remain is an extension to Brexit is not victory. So to get to Gaza from Jerusalem is not a very long drive. It's less than an hour and a half, and you get to this place could eras which is the last point in Israel before you crossover. Imagine going to an airport in the middle of the night. You know, when it was closed between midnight and three A M that almost nobody in that that their loads and loads of counters where where it was intended that passports would be stamped people with go through but only two are open one for foreigners among Palestinians since two thousand and seven the people of Gaza have lived under blockade. It's one implemented on land air and sea crippling the country's economy and imprisoning. It's two million citizens the young people growing up in Gaza is all they've ever known. I always find it incredibly we it to go in there because for me as a journalist, it's very very easy to crossover and to go back. You know, I could go into. Gaza in the morning and leave in the afternoon. And there are people that my age who've never left. For a year Palestinians, have protested the Gaza Israel border against the blockade. Israel's lethal response to the outpouring has caused tensions to rise last week militants fired two rockets towards Tel Aviv in the first such attack in five years. Meanwhile, HAMAS supported the activists at the border, but now face their own demonstrations in the cities against dia living conditions in Gaza with footage last week of police beatings demonstrators. The causes young people. There's disillusionment with many starting to question the worth of weekly protests at the frontier from the guardian. I'm Gristana today in focus what does the future hold for Gaza's blockade generation? What's the current situation in Gaza at the moment? So the current situation in Gaza is is that it's a small piece of land with a few cities in it. Two million people almost completely cut off from the outside world. Oliver homes is the guardians. Jerusalem correspondent HAMAs which is an Islamist militant group and political organization is in control of this small strip of land, bordering, Israel, and Egypt. And both countries have imposed a blockade on Gaza, which limits people and also goods coming in and out of the area. So the people in Gaza describe the area as the world's largest open air prison, and can you just explain why Israel have put the blockade in place and all say, why Egypt a role say preventing people coming in and out Israel has fought three wars with HAMAs. And how mass will fire rockets into Israel, the single largest custom rocket attack the tug at ten..

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"gaza" Discussed on Intersections

Intersections

03:34 min | 2 years ago

"gaza" Discussed on Intersections

"And as you said he on the US often wanted to stay out of the mainframe, let Israel Egypt others take lead. But we have all these different actors with very different interests just between the Palestinians themselves must and the Palestinian Authority of very different views on how the future should be authority demands that HAMAs at least fishy. Disarmed completely and allow only one gun in the Palestinian Authority, which makes sense in theory. But is very unrealistic at the present and HAMAs. Of course, has absolutely no intent of doing that in the full and many of the other actors Israel, of course, is very different opinion. In fact, many opinions inside Israel the Egyptians have their own interests. The Gulf countries have varied interests the Europeans the Americans. So in question, we confronted is how should the US play in this? And so I wanna tell us a little bit about how you think about it. What is the US role? Obviously in this report will we're trying to do is say that we think the US should play a much bigger role. What kind of role would it be? Well, this is a great opportunity for me to use analogy that has not made it into the report. But that I love to us even though apparently Americans should not be talking to foreigners about soccer because. Indeed, you know, how do you a ton both view that is a bad way to go. So it didn't make it in therapy here on the podcast. I'm gonna use it. So as Americans usually walk into a situation, we say, okay, now, we're in charge of everything. And this is how we've generally viewed these really Palestinian conflict. And so if we were to do this the way traditional American reports and recommendation was we'd be we'd say, okay, the US is coming in to take over this Gaza problem, and we're just gonna manage this deal within this is sort of a think the experience had he and I both had in government. Also, which is everybody else was just sort of looking on. Or we treated everybody in some ways that way, but that's not gonna work in Gaza. It's not gonna work because the US doesn't even talk to us. And we don't believe that the US should be engaging diplomatically with HAMAs and also because there's so many different actors as Natanya started to point out, you know, with the Gulf the EU HAMAs the Palestinian Authority, Israel, Egypt that you can't have any one actor be the one in charge. And so the way we talk about it is think about it as a soccer team. We gotta get everybody on the same page. You don't have one player in a soccer team that just gets in charge of everything you have a few players who sort of coronate all the other ones. And in this case what you need is the United States together with Egypt and the UN to coordinate this effort and together they need to come to a joint plan, then they need to get all the other actors on board. And then they need to take that approach to the parties themselves. So we can be the ones who play the most significant role in terms of our relationship with the Israelis, and we could be the ones who also play the most significant role in terms of coordinating all the other actors because we have the most leverage people tend to listen to the US more than all the others, but Egypt and the UN have very critical roles to play in that as well. Engaging with HAMAs understanding the situation on the ground in Gaza. And also putting a lot of the pressure on the Palestinians. So the US obviously has very close relations with these Railly's and a lot of sway with the Israelis Egyptians today. Very close relations with Israel. And we mentioned the UN we're talking specifically about the special coordinator who has actually good relations with everyone, including. Israelis which is rather rare for a UN body. But how do you what about the Palestinians, especially the Palestinian Authority, one of the most dramatic things that happened as we were working on this as a task Bush was meeting was that US policy, especially towards the Palestinians themselves was very dramatic. And very new it changed a lot. So tell us a little bit about that. But especially what needs to happen for the US to engage productively with Palestinian Authority will. So that's right. So right now US government relations with the Palestinian Authority or at a quarter century low in a sense..

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"gaza" Discussed on Intersections

Intersections

01:47 min | 2 years ago

"gaza" Discussed on Intersections

"Joining us for conversation about the Gaza Strip and US policy towards it. I'm joined by two friends and colleagues here. One is Howdy. Our thanks ton Amer visiting fellow here at Brookings, and formerly deputy special envoy for Israel, Palestinian, Goshi, focusing largely on Gaza. Thank you any long Goldenberg. Thanks, great to be here on Goldenberg run the Middle East program at the center for new American security and also worked with Hattie and others at the State Department on the Israeli Palestinian issue and previous negotiations. Great. Thanks for being with us here to describe your report that we wrote in close collaboration and joint partnership with the center for new American security, a report on American policy towards the Gaza Strip and how we think it might change reformed a task force for that. We gathered some of the best and most experienced mines here in Washington Americans who've had exp. With American government. And with analyzing the situation we spoken to numerous stakeholders in the region and elsewhere and tried to think about how American policy towards Gaza might change. We will be launching that report on December third at Brookings, and please tune in for that. If you're in Washington, please join us, and if not you can join on the web at ten AM on December third so perhaps you can start by telling us a little bit about the situation right now. I think we all know the station in Gaza is bad. But if a little bit more about what that actually means. It's surprising. How bad the situation in Gaza is Gaza's essentially manmade humanitarian catastrophe that kind of unfolds day after day were sitting here in Washington DC. So I like to think about how big GAAS is Gaza is about just under two million people living in an area about twice the size of Washington D C with a critical challenge. There is this lack of freedom of movement, the inability of people of Gaza to move to adjacent areas. And so imagine living in Washington DC, wearing Gaza only.

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"gaza" Discussed on The Lawfare Podcast

The Lawfare Podcast

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"gaza" Discussed on The Lawfare Podcast

"First of all palestinians in gaza with hamas which there's a tendency to do particularly in in israel but also to conflict hamas with terrorists if you know bureaucrat for example employees will serve or police officer we've seen this in past conflicts where they would become a legitimate targets in the view of isreaeli military leaders because they are part of the hamas political structure even if they are not combatants or involved in in any armed activity so that's i think a very dangerous slippery slope to go down at lilly you mentioned you know that hamas is one palestinian leadership organization obviously the other big one is the palestinian authority governing in the west bank but lacking control in the gaza strip since two thousand five or shortly thereafter in what is what is it's been reaction to these protests and how does the palestinian authority hamas relationship feed into how the protests of volved in the issue trying to address i mean it's an interesting dynamic because privately i think they're very they were very concerned when the protests started because here's yet another initiative gaza which is beyond their reach that that they can neither contain nor capitalize on and so that was concerning and then of course when hamas able to capitalize on it they they were very displeased i think privately wanted the protests sort of go away but the minute there were casualties and they were they happened very early on publicly they have to express solidarity with the protesters and with the protests and call for fishing days of mourning and so there is a kind of schizophrenia on the part of the leadership where they don't like the.

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"gaza" Discussed on Pod Save the World

Pod Save the World

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"gaza" Discussed on Pod Save the World

"Water and electricity problems and the health crisis a number of health crises in in gaza some of them related to water but a lot of them having to relating to not enough working hospitals and staff for those hospitals so that's what that was about you know fast forward to the protests earlier this week and the rushing of the gate and the fences between gaza and israel and the fact that there's an enormous humanitarian crisis in gaza kind of becomes not the issue i mean now you have civilians women children families not just you know young men who are the usually the issue when israel says that palestinians are causing potential problems at at the border or maybe basically the the the people who usually get shot or young palestinian men these were yes young palestinian men but also old men also women also children coming to the border fence and interview of the israelis dangerously rushing that fence and trying to get past the israeli border guards israel claims that they have evidence of plans at least maps and and guidance given to some of the gazans about what to do if they were able to actually get into israel what the the fastest routes toward israeli towns would be and so forth that you know that this was not a benign protest of either humanitarian issues or of the us embassy decision involving jerusalem that this was hamas which governs gaza taking advantage of a moment of political unrest to try to get people civilians innocent civilians to put themselves in danger by.

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"gaza" Discussed on Pod Save the World

Pod Save the World

01:50 min | 2 years ago

"gaza" Discussed on Pod Save the World

"Welcome back to potsy of the world this is tommy toward thank you guys tune in i'm in the studio today with my puppy luca who is just hammering at donald trump doll back and forth as conducted my interview with an gearan it's a fantastic reporter for the washington post we talked about the on again off again north korea summit we talked about the ongoing humanitarian crisis and protests in gaza and the trump administration's response to those situations and then we talked about pretty pointed criticism of president trump in the administration by former secretary of state rex tillerson and what it might mean for trump's foreign policy decision making going forward she is dialed in and smart a reporter as you will find a national security circles so you're going to want to hear what she has to say and here's the interview my guest this week is an gearan she is the white house correspondent for the washington post she is a focuses on foreign policy and national security she's also covered hillary clinton's campaign the state department and is someone used to personally harass frequently when i was a national security council spokesman so you know i think it means that the fact you're willing to talk me today means i didn't screw up the relationship too badly so thank you for doing show happy to be here and no no you didn't you didn't harass me too badly i know i arrest you once in a while sometimes you'd call me back it was fun it was fun i miss not calling just kidding okay you were good at it very good at immune robert gets so let's start with north korea they threw a wrench into you president trump's plans to hold a major summit with kim jong on june twelfth and singapore when they cancelled these high level talks with south korea they said in protests for us and south korean military exercises the statements seem to catch everybody off guard.

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"gaza" Discussed on The Daily

The Daily

01:51 min | 2 years ago

"gaza" Discussed on The Daily

"Today the death of a baby during the protests in gaza became a rallying cry for critics of israel but then came the charge of big news it's thursday may seventeen declan walsh show what has been happening on the border of gaza and israel these past couple of days since we last spoke with you things have really started to slow down here michael we had this incredibly dramatic and bloody down monday where so many people died there were clouds of teargas people being carted away injured hospitals full the next day the protests scaled back dramatically we went from thousands of people mass along the fence with israel to just numbers in the low hundreds and the energy has really shifted from protests in grief funerals were taking place across the city on tuesday and at the same time images start to appear on social media showing the body of a little girl being mourned over by her mother in a hospital here in gaza eight an eight month old infant child this girl leyla she was killed by gas s fixation at one of these camps so these images of an eight month old child named leila's under who had been killed during the protests apparently the day before and these images really start to capture the emotional response of people to the violence the previous day not just here in gaza but around the world she's become a symbol grief of the community.

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"gaza" Discussed on The Majority Report with Sam Seder

The Majority Report with Sam Seder

02:16 min | 2 years ago

"gaza" Discussed on The Majority Report with Sam Seder

"Million people there regardless to political affiliation regardless to actively regardless to age or gender it's it's it's an all encompassing siege and so what we've been seeing over the last several weeks is palestinians in the gaza strip protesting to end all of these injustice to end the policies of the siege to allow for genuine opportunity for palestinian selfdetermination and for right for palestinian refugees from gaza to return to the towns and villages that they are from that they are denied to return from simply because they're not jewish because that is how the state of israel defines the refugee population as infiltrators because they are because they are not jewish and the state of israel has responded to these protests and very brutal way and of course we have seen the the fruits of that response on display most recently yesterday when about sixty palestinians were killed in the protests by israeli military snipers who were given orders to shoot at palestinians and use lethal force if they approached close to the fence where israel closes in the palestinians in the gaza strip and this order should be made clear is is a clear contravention of international law where and the use of lethal force is to be reserved only for imminent threats to life and with the you know isreaeli st making clear that they're shooting anyone who approaches offense i it's pretty clear that it doesn't meet that standard now you see how yesterday yeah yeah let me i want i want a work our way up to yesterday in a moment but and for those people who.

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"gaza" Discussed on The Majority Report with Sam Seder

The Majority Report with Sam Seder

03:00 min | 2 years ago

"gaza" Discussed on The Majority Report with Sam Seder

"Right so to kind of set set the scene gaza is a a tiny piece of land that today is where over two million people live it is one of the most densely populated places on earth particularly the refugee camps the vast majority of the palestinians living in the gaza strip upwards of eighty percent are not originally from gaza even though 'cause it self is a millennia old civilized place but most of them were refugees from towns and villages around what is today the gaza strip who were forced out of their homes and denied return to their homes by the state of israel and one thousand nine hundred forty eight and of course the nineteen sixty seven the israeli state occupied the gaza strip along with the west bank east jerusalem to call on heights and other arab territories and continues to actively occupy the gaza strip to this day and now as you point out there is a misconception around the status of the gaza strip because in two thousand and five the israelis withdrew their settlers from the gaza strip but they continued to control it from the outside they contend to control who gets in and out along with what gets in and out which has had a devastating impact on the economy of the gaza strip and today you have massive on employment particularly youth unemployment you have devastating humanitarian conditions where you have a dramatic lack of electricity you have most ninety six percent of the water being unfit for human consumption and of course because those are very central utilities to everything else in life many other things that are basic and modern life do not function well either including sewage including hospital facilities including so many other things and so you know the palestinians living in the gaza strip i experienced at the cleansing became refugees then became subject to military occupation and since two thousand and five have been subject to policies siege that have strangled the economy of the strip and really affectively collectively punish too.

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"gaza" Discussed on Global News Podcast

Global News Podcast

01:38 min | 2 years ago

"gaza" Discussed on Global News Podcast

"Demonstrations what was called the great march of return in gaza and the reason this was the culmination is because today is what palestinians called neck the day the day of the catastrophe it's when they traditionally commemorate the expulsion or the fleeing of more than seven hundred thousand people in fighting the fuller the creation of israel back in nineteen forty eight but really a lot of the violence that took place yesterday a lot of the anger that was expressed yes it was over the us embassy move and how controversial that was and it was about the issue of jerusalem but really many people were acting as though it was knack per day brought forwards but in previous weeks we have had people from hamas going around in cars with loudspeakers encouraging people to go down to the border that is not something that we've seen in the past twenty four hours we have had the hamas leader is smell haniya he left and went to egypt where he's been meeting members of the adoption intelligence a lot of speculation that there is a lot of diplomatic pressure into national pressure being applied to try to calm things down even though israel had said that it was going to close the khurram shalom commercial crossing the one commercial crossing between israel and gaza indefinitely it has now opened that crossing there have been some supplies going in and the rough a buddha crossing with egypt has also been opened an we've told it will stay open for an extended period bronze what was initially imagined at the start of the islamic holy month of lama done so it could be that these kinds of moves as well going on behind the scenes give people in gaza some kind of hope.

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"gaza" Discussed on Global News Podcast

Global News Podcast

01:38 min | 2 years ago

"gaza" Discussed on Global News Podcast

"Demonstrations what was called the great march of return in gaza and the reason this was the culmination is because today is what palestinians called neck the day the day of the catastrophe it's when they traditionally commemorate the expulsion or the fleeing of more than seven hundred thousand people in fighting the fuller the creation of israel back in nineteen forty eight but really a lot of the violence that took place yesterday a lot of the anger that was expressed yes it was over the us embassy move and how controversial that was and it was about the issue of jerusalem but really many people were acting as though it was knack per day brought forwards but in previous weeks we have had people from hamas going around in cars with loudspeakers encouraging people to go down to the border that is not something that we've seen in the past twenty four hours we have had the hamas leader is smell haniya he left and went to egypt where he's been meeting members of the adoption intelligence a lot of speculation that there is a lot of diplomatic pressure into national pressure being applied to try to calm things down even though israel had said that it was going to close the khurram shalom commercial crossing the one commercial crossing between israel and gaza indefinitely it has now opened that crossing there have been some supplies going in and the rough a buddha crossing with egypt has also been opened an we've told it will stay open for an extended period bronze what was initially imagined at the start of the islamic holy month of lama done so it could be that these kinds of moves as well going on behind the scenes give people in gaza some kind of hope.

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"gaza" Discussed on Worldly

Worldly

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"gaza" Discussed on Worldly

"In the abstract because it's a point understand oftentimes when we talk in the media it's like israel and the palestinians and it's important to remember geographically what gaza is and what the west bank is so when we talk about let's say the palestinian government the palestinia gauche eaters they are almost entirely in the west bank that is geographically different from the gaza strip and it's ruled differently and this is a really kind of vital thing to understand do those and five israel withdrew all of its settlements and settlers from the gaza strip two thousand six there were elections moss one two thousand seven there's a civil war that broke out between hamas and the palestinian authority the palestinian authority being with the us backs and this was i cover this at the time this was horrific you had roughly five hundred palestinians died depend on the number use hamas executed palestinian authority officials yet people being thrown off buildings this was bad i mean there's wasn't israel fighting the palestinians this was palestinians find the palestinians and ever since there have been attempts to reunify to have the palestinian authority retake control of gaza so it'd be one palestinian government and it hasn't worked so they're the policy question of israel towards palestinians and gaza specifically and there's a policy question of palestinians towards palestinians and last november you had in like the latest attempt to bridge this hamas turn control over its border crossings back to the palestinian authority which was a big deal and there's thought of hey maybe finally intrapalestinian pieces around the corner and then not but so like we'll talk about the complexity of this it isn't simply israeli palestinian issue it's a palestinian palestinian issue which just makes it all the more heart understand and protest like this and more importantly the israeli the really harsh overuse i would say of deadly force plays right into hamas hands.

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"gaza" Discussed on Worldly

Worldly

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"gaza" Discussed on Worldly

"Else wounded known else and when i spoke to the palestinians they minnows secret obviously of what they felt what israel but even there store this grudging like oh that's kind of impressive at just that one person but the level of suffering the level of kind of palestinian entrapment for lack of a better word the phrase might people use as an open air prison it's kind of a loaded term but you cannot really get out of gaza and you can't really get into gaza and if you're in gaza jen your point from before you don't flexibility your water diseases growing you don't have jobs and kind of another cliche but i think it's accurate it's like this powder keg in israel can ignore when there's no violence but then suddenly whoop your war there again because this powder keg explodes right and it's going to point out that there were like i said thirty thousand palestinians who took part in protests and the vast vast majority like that's a huge amount of people were in these tent cities and we're peacefully protesting they were basically holding a sit in or they went and set up tents so just kind of lay out what's actually going on so the actual border between in israel and gaza there's like this border fence security fence even what you call it is it's a fraud kind of debate but then there's this kind of like nogo zone israel says yes this is technically still gaza territory but you're not allowed to get x number of years within the border or we will you know fire we'll use force to push back so the actual like tent city was set up way way like meters and meters back from the actual border so the vast majority of the protest was peaceful but then you had small groups are predominantly young men predominantly in large part encouraged we could say by hamas to kind of charge toward the border and protest they were a couple of instances of maybe one or two people trying to to cut through the fence just make clear it's not like thirty thousand people were rushing this border here and in these rallies were firing back as small groups of people to be they were throwing molotov cocktails according to this railly's some small group of palestinians fired toward israeli soldiers.

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"gaza" Discussed on Worldly

Worldly

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"gaza" Discussed on Worldly

"The country's yeah hungry that could be used to build military bunkers and things of that nature so the blockade was designed to essentially force hamas to come to heal to rejoin the west bank leadership which is moderate and otherwise generally destroy its control over the gaza strip but this has been going for over a decade as i've said and it hasn't worked so far well let's come back to that because the other part of the blockade of course is egypt locating the south so you've got a blockade by these really border than on the south by the gypsies and then also see i just wanna help paint a picture briefly spent quite a bit of time in gaza and it's kind of hard to convey about my best the enormity of the suffering but also just how densely populated this is so gaza's about twice the size of of dc physically and to get into gaza you go through this is rarely run bordercrossing which after suicide bombing they'd taken place in the crossing you don't see people it's really eerie all these ways were there are kind of a level up behind bulletproof in armored glass and so you're kind of guided through by people saying now step forward to the next month detector and then the next and the next so when i went there was nobody coming in a lot of people trying to get out but nobody coming in and then when you're in gaza you stand on the beach and it's the same beach that you know some number of miles away is the beach of tel aviv this kind of bustling city the gaza beaches empty it's covered in trash from the beach you can see these really naval ships off in the water you could physically see part of the blockade when you're in gaza city you can see posters everywhere to palestinians hoop and killed by israeli drone strikes of palestinian suicide bombings one of the things that was most striking to me in a kind of end here was is really strikes in gaza city we can debate the morality can beat the legality of it they're extraordinarily precise i went once to a street it was a crowded street one side were real estate agencies one side where palm buildings and in israel jones strike day before i got there hit blown up a single car on that street killed.

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"gaza" Discussed on Worldly

Worldly

01:44 min | 3 years ago

"gaza" Discussed on Worldly

"Welcome to worldly boxes weekly guide the most important stories in the world park the box media podcast network israel has fought three wars inside the gaza strip in less than a decade now maybe on the creek of four last friday there a huge protest long israel's border with gaza they got really bloody really quickly fifteen palestinians died at the time hundred more were wounded at least four more palestinians have died since israeli and palestinian leaders said more violence was likely and they also say there's the real possibility of another all out war so jen you wrote about this for this little website box dot com this week let's start the literal beginning of what they were protesting right so the purchase on friday was meant to kick off this massive kind of six week long series of protests and sit ins and demonstrations there were thirty thousand palestinians roughly that took part on friday and it was based around the atlanta which is kind of symbolic protests that is meant to symbolize to commemorate the loss of palestinian land so the expulsion of palestinians from where they had been living during the creation of israel so it's a big kind of protest that's meant to do that every year at the border it's also related to the blockade of gaza which will talk about more but basically since two thousand seven israel and egypt have imposed this really severe land sea and air blockade on gaza it's really restricted living conditions and made pretty much horrible situation in gaza so that was also part of the protests and just briefly to blockade so we're talking about you can't really get in by c you can't really get in by air and fair hard to get in and out by land right.

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"gaza" Discussed on The Kitchen Sisters Present

The Kitchen Sisters Present

01:33 min | 3 years ago

"gaza" Discussed on The Kitchen Sisters Present

"That experience i documented in a blog that was called raising yusuf and then later a book called gaza mom at the time it was really something i started as a coping mechanism your i was raising this young child by myself while working as a wartime reporter whether it was like not finding diapers because of the blockade or having to worry about breastfeeding if they i was stuck at a checkpoint in my you know baby was at home and how we're going to get back to him and to i surprise it really like clicked with a lot of people including with israelis people seeing i've never read about what life is like for just an ordinary person living in gaza people there's about nearly two million people living in gaza by land mass gaza is about a third the size of new york city and it has the 13th highest population growth in the world it's a very small little sliver of land with a lot of people who can't go anywhere and that population continues to increase and so there is great concern from a lot of different agencies warning that by two thousand twenty the water is going to run out in the won't be enough to feed the people and i mean the situations really untenable right now modern gaza is comprised of something like eighty percent refugees from towns and villages surrounding that area nineteen 48 hundreds of thousands of palestinians were displaced from their villages and towns and sought refuge in the closest area to them which was gaza.

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