durée : 00:04:49 - Comme personne - Ce militant politique n'a connu que six mois de liberté surveillée depuis la prise de pouvoir du président al-Sissi en 2014. Accusé arbitrairement de diffuser des fausses informations, il encourt plusieurs années supplémentaires de détention. Le verdict de son procès doit être prononcé lundi.
Ricardo “Rico” Abdel Aviles. Richard "Rico" was born, raised and educated in Puerto Rico. At a young age Rico was part of FBLA and was also trained and utilized as a Spanish translator for his high school. Competing and representing the island of Puerto Rico in improvised oratory at the age of 17. Rico is a lover of languages. A veteran of the Army after serving 5 years in the military as a military police man who served in Iraq from 2008-2009, special reactions team and patrol officer. Rico has also earned the military outstanding volunteer service medal for service to his community as well as participating in the devastating tornado that hit Joplin, MO in 2011. A purple belt in Brazilian jiu-jitsu under Brian Stuebner, Rico can defend himself with more than just words. As a comedian he has opened and performed with names such as Kevin Farley, Ian Edwards, Shayne Smith and many more. He is also host of the Rico Podcast , a podcast on iHeartRadio that has hosted guest such as Michael Wart, Roli Delgado and Tommy Chong. Rico is also an avid gamer and anime enthusiast since an early age.You can watch it here: https://youtu.be/geIg5Yo_aesYou can listen to Rico on: Rico Podcast on iheart radio: https://www.iheart.com/podcast/269-rico-podcast-85237529/
This lecture is part of the Cambridge Arbitration Society (CUArb)/Lauterpacht Centre for International Law lecture series.
Back with Dr. Marina once again to discuss the topic of eating disorders. What are signs of an eating disorder? Are they preventable? How can we help our sisters who we suspect to be suffering from an eating disorder? More importantly, we hear the story of Dr. Marina's journey with her eating disorder, and how she saw God through the struggle.
This week, we are joined by Dr. Marina Abdel Malak, a family physician, to continue our discussion on mental health. We define anxiety and depression from a clinical perspective with Dr. Marina's expertise, and explore the reality of dealing with the stigma surrounding mental health. Although anxiety and depression can be difficult to grasp, there is always hope and we explore this topic from both a clinical and Christian perspective. Does depression and anxiety mean that I am not a good Christian? How can I help a friend dealing with mental health? What can I do to help create a safe space? Join us for this week's insightful episode.
It is the final of the update episodes with guests from 202! Today, you hear from the hilarious Hoda Abdel Magid. Hoda is currently in the second year of her postdoc. She tells me about resubmitting her K99-R00 application, hot yoga in a hijab, a setup date in Cairo that she didn't know was a setup, surfing, therapy (a fav topic of mine!), and more! You will LOL in this one. Please enjoy, and thank you for all of your support!Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/shinyepipeople)