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Muslimah
Ep. 37: Resistance is Breathing: Amplifying the Palestinian Experience with Reem Farhat

Muslimah

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 20, 2022 15:17


Reem Farhat is a Palestinian journalist and poet, as well as the Editor in Chief of PACC's literary magazine, Falastin. She is on the show today to talk about her family's story and her own experience going back and forth between Palestine and America. She also recites a beautiful poem for us, titled “Resistance is Breathing”. I really enjoyed recording this episode, and I hope that you all love hearing Reem's story which is truly straight from the heart. As many of you have heard, the IDF continues to demolish Palestinian homes, with the most recent being the Salhiya home in Sheikh Jarrah. To learn more, please follow @theimeu @paccusa @palestinianyouthmovement and make sure to share and donate when you are able to.

By Any Means Necessary
Joe Biden's First Year In Office Marked By Failure To Deliver on Promises

By Any Means Necessary

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 20, 2022 112:41


In this episode of By Any Means Necessary, hosts Sean Blackmon and Jacquie Luqman are joined by John Kiriakou, co-host of Political Misfits, which you can hear from 12 to 2 PM EST right here on Radio Sputnik to discuss the resignation of Bureau of Prisons Director Michael Carvajal and the rot that characterized the prison system under his watch, Carvajal's refusal to act on the spread of COVID in prisons as people died directly because of his refusal to act, how this refusal and treatment of prisoners reveals a larger disdain for incarcerated people in society, and how the harsh treatment of prisoners contributes to high rates of recidivism.In the second segment, Sean and Jacquie are joined by Miko Peled, human rights activist and author of “The General's Son: Journey of an Israeli in Palestine,” and “Injustice, the Story of the Holy Land Foundation Five.” to discuss efforts by Israel to displace a family in the Sheikh Jarrah neighborhood of Jerusalem, how it fits into Israel's campaign to expel Palestinians from the neighborhood and its colonization campaign, the greenwashing of Israel's ethnic cleansing campaign in the Naqab, and the US taxpayer money that goes into these displacement campaigns.In the third segment, Sean and Jacquie are joined by Anthony Rogers Wright, Director of Environmental Justice with New York Lawyers for the Public Interest to discuss Joe Biden's empty rhetoric on environmental justice and the health of Black people, the failure of the Justice40 initiative to allocate infrastructure funds to poor Black communities, how corporate control of politicians continues to contribute to the harms faced by working class communities, and the possibility of worsened infrastructure and economic inequality for communities suffering from environmental racism.Later in the show, Sean and Jacquie are joined by Margaret Kimberley, editor and senior columnist at Black Agenda Report and author of the book "Prejudential: Black America and the Presidents" to discuss the first year of Joe Biden's presidency and his rejection of progressive reforms and so-called “harm reduction” that is responsible for his election in the first place, the crisis of legitimacy that has opened up due to Biden's abandonment of working and poor people, the opportunity to organize for a system that works for working and poor people that has arisen because of that crisis, US attempts to overthrow the government of Nicaragua and the system that it represents, and the cooptation of progressive language in the service of imperialism.

Cultivating Place
BEST OF The Palestine Heirloom Seed Library, Vivien Sansour

Cultivating Place

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 20, 2022 61:35


On Cultivating Place this week, as we revisit a Best Of conversation with Vivien Sansour, the heart and head behind The Palestine Heirloom Seed Library aiming to revive and share forward Palestinian seed heritage and a culture of care and gratitude. Vivien was born in Palestine and spent her early childhood in Bethlehem before she and her family immigrated to North Carolina when she was ten. She writes: “The seed, the seed, the seed….for what is it but a continuation of ourselves? Aren't we all seeds?" – Vivien Sansour Cultivating Place now has a donate button! We thank you so much for listening over the years and we hope you'll support Cultivating Place. We can't thank you enough for making it possible for this young program to grow even more of these types of conversations. The show is available as a podcast on SoundCloud, iTunes, Google Podcast, and Stitcher. To read more and for many more photos please visit www.cultivatingplace.com.

Saint of the Day
Our Venerable Father Euthymius the Great (473)

Saint of the Day

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 20, 2022 2:06


'This Saint, who was from Melitine in Armenia, was the son of pious parents named Paul and Dionysia. He was born about 377. Since his mother had been barren, he was named Euthymius which means "good cheer" or "joy" for this is what his parents experienced at his birth. He studied under Eutroius, the Bishop of Melitene, by whom he was ordained and entrusted with the care of the monasteries of Melitene. Then, after he had come to Palestine about the year 406, he became the leader of a multitude of monks. Through him, a great tribe of Arabs was turned to piety, when he healed the ailing son of their leader Aspebetos. Aspebetos was baptized with all his people; he took the Christian name of Peter, and was later consecrated Bishop for his tribe, being called the "Bishop of the Tents." Saint Euthymius also fought against the Nestorians, Eutychians, and Manichaeans. When Eudocia, the widow of Saint Theodosius the Younger, had made her dwelling in Palestine, and had fallen into the heresy of the Monophysites which was championed in Palestine by a certain Theodosius, she sent envoys to Saint Symeon the Stylite in Syria (see Sept.1), asking him his opinion of Eutyches and the Council of Chalcedon which had condemned him; Saint Symeon, praising the holiness and Orthodoxy of Saint Euthymius near whom she dwelt, sent her to him to be delivered from her error (the holy Empress Eudocia is commemorated Aug. 13). He became the divine oracle of the Church, or rather, "the vessel of divine utterance," as a certain historian writes. He was the instructor and elder of Saint Sabbas the Sanctified. Having lived for ninety-six years, he reposed in 473, on January 20.' (Great Horologion)

Jewish Ancestral Healing Podcast
Episode 2.11: Earth-Honoring Ritual Activism and Ancestral Courage with Starhawk and Rae Abileah

Jewish Ancestral Healing Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 19, 2022 63:31


Starhawk, renowned author and ecofeminist spiritual leader, speaks of ancestrally-resourced non-violent resistance in this conversation with Rae Abileah. She shares stories about her Earth Activist training, Palestinian solidarity work, and the power of rooting in joy as a transformative practice.

The Thinking Muslim
On Jihad, Empire and Solidarity - a Conversation with Dr Darryl Li and Dr Ovamir Anjum

The Thinking Muslim

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 18, 2022 80:10


This past week marks twenty years since the opening of the infamous detention centre, Guantanamo Bay. It remains a symbol of the hollowness of the very values that underpin the liberal world order. Camp X ray was to house dangerous ‘jihadists', a nebulous general term that is used to describe those foreign fighters that would for no 'explicable' reason travel to distant parts of the world to fight other peoples wars. Within time, the term came to explain a universal ideology, from Bosnia to Afghanistan, Palestine to Kashmir – those that crossed national boundaries to fight for an oppressed ummah were lumped into a singular narrative, stripped of acceptable political motives and removed of their humanity. Dr Daryl Li is a practicing lawyer and anthropologist who has written a brilliant work on global jihad mobilisation in Bosnia. His book, titled The Universal Enemy: Jihad, Empire, and the Challenge of Solidarity, challenges the prevailing narrative – and attempts to ask more searching and important questions. Joining us is Professor Ovamir Anjum, who reflects on Dr Li's work and the broader themes that come from it. Thanks to the team: Riaz Hasan, Musab Muhammad, Reem Walid, Adeel Alam, Yusra Zainuddin, Ahmed Serag, Ahaz Atif and Umar Abdul Salam. You can donate to the show here: https://www.thinkingmuslim.com/contribute Follow us on Twitter here: https://twitter.com/jalalayn and https://twitter.com/thinking_muslim Website: thinkingmuslim.com

Poddin' Next Door
#106 - "Won't He Do It"

Poddin' Next Door

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 18, 2022 98:00


On this episode: The ”Poddin' Next Door" crew opens with the usual banter and slappers for your head tops. The guys hit on Jesus cheaters, Tik Tok education, Hall of Fame Sport's Bar, Fun facts, working as a cashier, investing in Hellcats, a crashing economy, racist glasses, struggle meals, putting horses down, and other misinformation. Listen on most Digital Streaming Platforms. Apple, Amazon, Spotify, Google…… Follow + Subscribe: Instagram - @poddinnextdoor YouTube - Poddin' Next Door

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RT
Redacted Tonight: Pentagon fails more audits, feds sick of their well-earned reputations

RT

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 15, 2022 27:40


The Pentagon has a long history of budgetary waste and fraud. They've failed every financial audit they've ever had by mind-blowingly large margins. Fortunately for the war hawks, the corporate media has helped the Pentagon cover up their actions. Lee Camp hates to repeat himself but this story requires it because the Pentagon keeps on pouring trillions into military violence, so he shines his spotlight back on the military industrial complex to open this episode. Camp also reports on a new hi-tech treatment for depression that the for-profit medical industry will keep from the poor, and the fortunate resurgence in monarch butterfly population numbers. Naomi Karavani looks into how branches of the Department of Homeland Security are getting sick of having their names connected to the shock troops in Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE). Homeland Security Investigations (HSI) has had its policing hampered by members of the public who are furious at the US' dehumanizing treatment of immigrants. Not that the HSI doesn't engage in the aforementioned dehumanization. Jaffer Khan finishes off the show by confronting Israeli propaganda. After the death of Archbishop Desmond Tutu, accusations of bigotry and racism started to pop up from Zionists. Many celebrities have been smeared with these criticisms for the crime of recognizing the existence of Palestine.

Parallax Views w/ J.G. Michael
Iran and Foreign Policy Realism w/ Shireen Hunter

Parallax Views w/ J.G. Michael

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 14, 2022 74:24


On this edition of Parallax Views, Shireen Tahmaaseb Hunter, an Honorary Fellow at Prince Alwaleed Bin Talal Center for Muslim-Christian Understanding (ACMCU) at the Georgetown University School of Foreign Service and author of Iran Divided: Historic Roots of Iranian Debates in Identity, Culture and Governance in the 21st Century, joins Parallax Views to discuss her Responsible Statecraft article "Time to look inward: Not all of Iran's problems are caused by the West". This differs from previous interviews about Iran in that the focus is not on the U.S. role in the problems of getting back into the JCPOA, but the problems Hunter sees with Iran's hardline elements from a realist foreign policy perspective. Hunter argues that Iran should be taking a realist approach to its foreign policy that puts the Iranian people before its relationships with other countries. Additionally, we have a discussion about what realism is and the misunderstandings about it. In this conversation we discuss Iran and the anti-imperialist struggle, Iran and Assad's Syria, Henry Kissinger and his association with realism (and why Hunter questions the categorization of Kissinger as a realist), the "Axis of Resistance" (also: the "Axis of Rejection"), Iran and Israel/Palestine, power relationships as shaping international relationships whether we like it or not, lack of education and understanding about international affairs, Iran and Saudi Arabia, the unresolved question of Palestine and its use by various political forces, hardliners vs. moderates in Iran, hardliners in the U.S. like Mike Pompeo and John Bolton (and the almost symbiotic relationship between U.S. hardliners and Iran hardliners), the devastating impacts of sanctions on Iran, Clinton and Iran, similarities between what we are seeing now with the tensions between the U.S. and Iran and the tensions of the Cold War, the American tendency to ignore history, the weight of history and the implausibility of totally clean "restarts", the accomplishment of the Iran Deal under Obama, negotiations between the U.S. and Iran going forward, structural impediments to Iran negotiations from the U.S. end of things (including lobbying efforts against U.S.-Iran reconciliation), Russia and U.S.-Iran reconciliation,  reconciliation will be based on compromise, the principles of international relations, Teddy Roosevelt's maxim "speak softly and carry a big steak", Iran and its proxies, the Yemen issue in regard to talks between Saudi Arabia and Iran, why Obama was able to get the Iran deal through and his understanding of the dynamics of the third world, the need to rescue the realist school, the damage caused by extreme idealists, military intervention and the way it can impeded democracy, the greatest security theats today are climate change and pandemics, and much, much more!

The East is a Podcast
Notes from the Great March of Return w/ Tarek Loubani

The East is a Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 12, 2022 73:07


Tarek Loubani is a physician who splits his time between London, Ont and Gaza,Palestine. Check out GLIA (https://glia.org/)   Please consider support the show on Patreon.com/east_podcast  

Poddin' Next Door
#105 - "Golfing Beans"

Poddin' Next Door

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 11, 2022 101:25


On this episode: The ”Poddin' Next Door" crew opens with the usual banter and slappers for your head tops. RIP to the GOAT Bob Saget..The guys talk about Chakras, fin facts, Arctic gun testing, Sport Segment, Golfing Beans, Food, jewelry Joe, 3 hobbies, thrifting gold mine, and other things were discussed. Listen on most Digital Streaming Platforms. Apple, Amazon, Spotify, Google…… Follow + Subscribe: Instagram - @poddinnextdoor YouTube - Poddin' Next Door

time comedy family food discussion culture social voting japan management jre weed california fighting mexico reflecting spotify music gentrification amazon apple christmas drink shot strippers dating relationships marriage political state sports champs game feelings netflix picking space brothers world west social media theory energy texas single hip hop testing friend stories mother donald trump ios variant cons fake news mental health hulu border sugar religion holidays drugs gaming workplace guns cancer emotional hobbies outdoors driver baby bros rings school bullying afghanistan thanksgiving rip amish exotic ai phone sauce toxic dates body tradition chefs mexican haitian after effects disabilities struggle girlfriends abortion helen keller closer whites shooting scams drip pod shopping cleveland browns palestine trucker fishing dj screw 1985 kanye west lies bill cosby thrifting pros plastic arab bitcoin nonbinary black friday strip clubs facetime hiv how to meals conspiracy theory tendencies goat joe biden scammers historians attention capitol ye ancestry astro followers mania stocks dangers showering rotten tomatoes industrial chakra wet kwanzaa headphones jeff bezos nascar arctic vibes incident gamble banking alec baldwin unrest astroworld extravaganza hoover life hacks dave chappelle beans russ jargon eats mike pence graduation fossils adoptions chakras whataburger takeover us military nra energy drinks 1987 joe rogan colorism defensive finesse boyfriends hug fun facts expressing 21savage shaming noobs lacking taco tuesday right to die caitlyn jenner bob saget impacts jay electronica questioning randomness podding eaters baby jesus burning bush influenza alerts winter storms rifles golfing atf donating gangland graduates 23andme j balvin el salvador traits phonetic homies gang culture nfts ebt muslim brotherhood nextdoor sleepers finish line gamestop picky nicknames king richard dream girl verdict blue origin enforcements bday doja cat hbic couponing ebonics taco truck sideburns arranged marriages pnd debacle surroundings reconnecting wealth gap summer walker pfas coke cola homesharing misogynist 2022 jbp gun laws terrenos more words dababy child tax credit pimp c alone time panhandling onlyfans birthday gifts partynextdoor thin blue line taco stand fat pat creosote drink champs poddin ivermectin criminal psychology coronavirus shoes off fifth ward false hope covid-19 ahmaud arbery contact tracing fast 9 delta variant
Saint of the Day
Our Holy Father Theodosius the Cenobiarch (519)

Saint of the Day

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 11, 2022 1:20


This Saint had Cappadocia as his homeland. He lived during the years of Leo of Thrace, who reigned from 457 to 474. The Saint established in the Holy Land a great communal monastery wherein he was the shepherd of many monks. While Saint Sabbas was the head of the hermits of Palestine, Saint Theodosius was governor of those living the cenobitic life, for which reason he is called the Cenobiarch. Together with Saint Sabbas, towards whom he cherished a deep brotherly love in Christ, he defended the whole land of Palestine from the heresy of the Monophysites, which was championed by the Emperor Anastasius and might very well have triumphed in the Holy Land without the opposition of these two great monastic fathers and their zealous defence of the holy Council of Chalcedon. Having lived for 103 years, he reposed in peace." (Great Horologion)

New Left Radio
What Is To Be Done - Interview w/ Slavoj Žižek

New Left Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 11, 2022 54:45


Fan of the show? https://www.patreon.com/newleftradio (Support us on Patreon)! World renowned leftist philosopher Slavoj Žižek joins for a sweeping and wide ranging conversation on the urgency of this moment as we struggle through COVID-19 while trying to cling to failed paradigms. In a world where the status quo realizes that the old way must give way to the new, there is little action being taken to transition to what Žižek calls the “communism of necessity”. How can the left win in the face of a century of losses? How do we battle against the losses of the working class to the politics of the right? What is to be done? About his new book Heaven In Disorder As we emerge (though perhaps only temporarily) from the pandemic, other crises move center stage: outrageous inequality, climate disaster, desperate refugees, mounting tensions of a new cold war. The abiding motif of our time is relentless chaos. Acknowledging the possibilities for new beginnings at such moments, Mao Zedong famously proclaimed “There is great disorder under heaven; the situation is excellent.” The contemporary relevance of Mao's observation depends on whether today's catastrophes can be a catalyst for progress or have passed over into something terrible and irretrievable. Perhaps the disorder is no longer under, but in heaven itself. Characteristically rich in paradoxes and reversals that entertain as well as illuminate, Slavoj Žižek's new book treats with equal analytical depth the lessons of Rammstein and Corbyn, Morales and Orwell, Lenin and Christ. It excavates universal truths from local political sites across Palestine and Chile, France and Kurdistan, and beyond. Heaven In Disorder looks with fervid dispassion at the fracturing of the Left, the empty promises of liberal democracy, and the tepid compromises offered by the powerful. From the ashes of these failures, Žižek asserts the need for international solidarity, economic transformation, and—above all—an urgent, “wartime” communism. https://www.orbooks.com/catalog/heaven-in-disorder/ (Buy the book here) About Slavoj Žižek Slavoj Žižek (b. 1949) is a Slovenian-born philosopher and psychoanalyst. He is a professor of philosophy at The European Graduate School / EGS, a senior researcher at the Institute for Sociology and Philosophy at the University of Ljubljana, Global Distinguished Professor of German at New York University, International Director of the Birkbeck Institute for the Humanities, and founder and president of the Society for Theoretical Psychoanalysis, Ljubljana. Aside from these appointments, Žižek tirelessly gives lectures around the globe and is often described as “the Elvis of cultural theory”. Although, more seriously, as British critical theorist Terry Eagleton confers, Žižek is the “most formidably brilliant” theorist to have emerged from Europe in decades. Many, in fact, now consider Žižek to be “the most dangerous philosopher in the West.” He grew up in in Ljubljana, Slovenia, which at the time was part of the former Yugoslavia. The regime's more permissive, albeit “pernicious,” policies allowed for Žižek's exposure to Western theory and culture, in particular film, English detective novels, German Idealism, French structuralism, and Jacques Lacan. Studying at the University of Ljubljana, he completed his master's degree in philosophy in 1975 with a thesis on French structuralism and his Doctoral degree in philosophy in 1981 with a dissertation on German Idealism. He then went to Paris, along with Mladen Dolar, to study Lacan under Jacques Alain-Miller (Lacan's son-in-law and disciple). During this time in Paris, from 1981–85, Žižek completed another dissertation on the work of Hegel, Marx, and Kripke through a Lacanian lens. After his return to Slovenia, he became more politically active writing for , a weekly newspaper, co-founding the Slovenian Liberal Demorcratic Party, and running for one of four seats that comprised the collective Slovenian presidency... Support this podcast

Saint of the Day
Our Holy Father Theophan the Recluse (1894)

Saint of the Day

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 10, 2022 3:55


This modern-day Church Father was born in Chernavsk in central Russia. The son of a priest, he entered seminary at a young age, then completed the four-year course in theology at the Academy of Kiev. Though he distinguished himself as a student, his heart turned increasingly toward the monastic life, and he was tonsured a monk and ordained a priest upon completion of his studies. During his time at the Academy he often visited the Lavra of the Caves, and there became a spiritual child of Father Parthenius (March 25).   His desire for monastic life was not fulfilled immediately, for the Church felt need of his intellectual gifts. He served as a professor at the Theological Academy in St Petersburg, then worked for seven years in the Russian Mission to the Near East, mostly in Palestine. During this time he gained a perfect mastery of Greek and studied the works of the Church Fathers in the original languages. Returning to Russia, he was soon consecrated a bishop; but after seven years of episcopal service, he at last achieved his heart's desire, resigning as bishop and retiring to a small monastery at Yvschen, where he spent the rest of his days.   After taking full part in the liturgical and communal life of the monastery for several years, he took up the life of a recluse in 1872. He lived in two small rooms, subsisting almost entirely on bread and tea, visited only by his confessor and the abbot of the monastery. He celebrated the Divine Liturgy every day in his cell. All of his time not taken up by inner prayer was devoted to translating the works of the Fathers into Russian and, increasingly, to writings of his own. Most importantly, he prepared a Russian-language edition of the Philokalia which had a deep impact upon Russian spiritual life.   Though he received no visitors, St Theophan entered into correspondence with many earnest Christians who sought his counsel, and so in time became the spiritual father of many believers throughout Russia. He reposed in peace in 1894.   In addition to the Philokalia, St Theophan produced (among other works): a Spiritual Psalter of selections from St Ephraim the Syrian; The Path to Salvation, an exposition of Orthodox Spirituality written in clear, plain language for those living in the world; collections of his letters to spiritual children; and Unseen Warfare, a treatise on prayer and the ascetical life. This last has an unusual history. In its original form it was written by Lorenzo Scupoli, an Italian Roman Catholic priest. St Nikodemos of the Holy Mountain, recognizing the book's merit, produced a Greek edition in which he corrected various deviations from Orthodoxy in the original. St Theophan in turn revised the Greek edition extensively, removing some material and adding passages of his own; so that the Italian, Greek and Russian versions are in fact three substantially different books. Many of St Theophan's works (including Unseen Warfare) are available in good English translations. They are almost unique in presenting the undiluted hesychastic spirituality of the Orthodox Church in plain, straightforward language accessible to most people.

Breaking Money Silence®
A Refugee’s Perspective on Wealth | Episode 141

Breaking Money Silence®

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 10, 2022 24:54


A Refugee's Perspective on Wealth Episode 141 Today's podcast episode is the second in a new series titled “A Well-Lived Life.” In this series, you will learn what a well-lived life is and how the definition shifts depending on your culture, race, generation, and/or gender. I thought it was a great theme to kick off a new year and I hope you agree.  My guests are Yusuf and Gina Abudi, partners at Abudi Consulting. They are colleagues and friends of mine who agreed to break money silence with me about their definitions of well-lived lives. Yusuf's perspective is especially insightful as he grew up in Palestine and came to the United States as a refugee. His story is truly one of going from poverty to middle class and how together their commitment to making the world a better place is inspiring. Read more about Gina and Yusuf here.  Here are 5 things you will learn by listening to this episode: The role of curiosity in defining a well-lived life The moment Yusuf realized life was full of economic inequalities How Gina has conquered undercharging as a consultant How owning a business together has strengthened their value proposition How philanthropy is a shared value and a key ingredient to their well-lived lives. Here is a list of charities the Abudi's support.  1 for 3 Organization | Kindergarten Campaign Toys for Tots Humane Society Want to connect with Abudi Consulting? Here's how:  Abudi Consulting website Gina Abudi - LinkedIn  Yusuf Abudi - LinkedIn     A special thank you to our episode sponsor, Halbert Hargrove.     This episode is sponsored by Halbert Hargrove, an advisory firm that believes in the fearless pursuit of well-lived todays and tomorrows. For 85 years, our advisors have worked to help our clients reach their financial goals, and as fiduciaries, we act in their best interests at all times. For help with your well-lived life, visit www.HalbertHargrove.com. Starting January 17th, Negotiation with Confidence Master Class. Includes 1:1 coaching and group coaching, 10 video lessons, handouts, tips sheets, and a community of like-minded women. Apply today. Space is limited. .et_bloom .et_bloom_optin_1 .et_bloom_form_content { background-color: #146a7d !important; } .et_bloom .et_bloom_optin_1 .et_bloom_form_container .et_bloom_form_header { background-color: #146a7d !important; } .et_bloom .et_bloom_optin_1 .et_bloom_form_content button { background-color: #f58023 !important; } .et_bloom .et_bloom_optin_1 .et_bloom_form_content .et_bloom_fields i { color: #f58023 !important; } .et_bloom .et_bloom_optin_1 .et_bloom_form_content .et_bloom_custom_field_radio i:before { background: #f58023 !important; } .et_bloom .et_bloom_optin_1 .et_bloom_form_content button { background-color: #f58023 !important; } .et_bloom .et_bloom_optin_1 .et_bloom_form_container h2, .et_bloom .et_bloom_optin_1 .et_bloom_form_container h2 span, .et_bloom .et_bloom_optin_1 .et_bloom_form_container h2 strong { font-family: "Open Sans", Helvetica, Arial, Lucida, sans-serif; }.et_bloom .et_bloom_optin_1 .et_bloom_form_container p, .et_bloom .et_bloom_optin_1 .et_bloom_form_container p span, .et_bloom .et_bloom_optin_1 .et_bloom_form_container p strong, .et_bloom .et_bloom_optin_1 .et_bloom_form_container form input, .et_bloom .et_bloom_optin_1 .et_bloom_form_container form button span { font-family: "Open Sans", Helvetica, Arial, Lucida, sans-serif; } Submit your question for the Breaking Money Silence® Podcast!

The Smerconish Podcast
On Jon Stewart, Emma Watson, Harry Potter...and Anti-Semitism

The Smerconish Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 6, 2022 10:33


Michael talks with TC about headlines regarding Anti-Semitism and the Harry Potter series that have popped up in recent days, involving comedian/actor Jon Stewart, and actress Emma Watson. Original air date 6 January 2022.

The Greenlight Bookstore Podcast
Episode QS80: Azareen Van der Vliet Oloomi + Eileen Myles (January 6, 2022)

The Greenlight Bookstore Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 6, 2022 57:40


PEN/Faulkner Award-winning author of literati darlings Call Me Zebra and Fra Keeler took to Greenlight's virtual stage to launch her third novel, Savage Tongues—a personal and political exploration of desire, power, domination, and human connection that's equal parts Marguerite Duras and Shirley Jackson, Rachel Cusk and Clarice Lispector, tracing a young woman's search for healing in the fall-out of an affair with a much older man. Joined by the inimitable poet Eileen Myles, Oloomi discussed the kaleidoscopic thinking propelling her book, the power of women's retelling, the practice of transcribing life, and how life eludes transcription. (Recorded October 12, 2021)

By Any Means Necessary
Silence and Misinformation Indicts Corporate Media of Serving Imperial Interests

By Any Means Necessary

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 5, 2022 112:15


In this episode of By Any Means Necessary, hosts Sean Blackmon and Jacquie Luqman are joined by Asa Winstanley, investigative journalist and Associate editor with The Electronic Intifada to discuss the end of the 141-day hunger strike of Hisham Abu Hawwash, who has been illegally detained without trial, the use of so-called administrative detention by Israel to indefinitely detain Palestinians, and the history of interfaith solidarity and resistance of Palestinians.In the second segment, Sean and Jacquie are joined by Michelle Witte, co-host of Political Misfits, which you can hear from 12 to 2 PM EST right here on Radio Sputnik to discuss the state of emergency instituted in Kazakhstan amid widespread protests over the financial burden of fuel prices, the rumors surrounding ethnic tensions sparking this current uprising and the reality of exploitation of workers in Kazakhstan at play, the underlying issues in Kazakh society that may have contributed to this uprising, and what the US and Russian responses to this uprising might look like.In the third segment, Sean and Jacquie are joined by Dr. Johanna Fernandez, Associate Professor of History at Baruch College of the City University, author of the book The Young Lords: A Radical History and editor of Writing on the Wall: Selected Prison Writings of Mumia Abu-Jamal to discuss nw evidence of bias in the trial of Mumia Abu-Jamal, Larry Krasner's stance and role in Mumia's case and the influence of the Fraternal Order of Police in Philadelphia politics, the push for a new trial for Mumia., and the links between Mumia's case and the crisis of white supremacy.Later in the show, Sean and Jacquie are joined by Esther Iverem, artist, author and independent journalist, and host and producer of On The Ground: Voices of Resistance from the Nation's Capital on Pacifica Radio to discuss the incomplete and slanted narratives that the corporate media is churning out about Ukraine and Russia, the bad week that ex-cops turned mayors LoriLightfoot and Eric Adams are having with regard to teachers and so-called “low-skilled workers,” and the brutality of the Israeli occupation of Palestine and of Israel's military on the Middle East.

Climate Cuisine
How Cactus is Used for Fashion, Fuel, and Food

Climate Cuisine

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 5, 2022 26:31


Cactus isn't just a pretty backdrop in Western movies. It can be used for food, fashion, and biofuel. In fact, some varieties of cacti use 80% less water than traditional crops. We talk with John Cushman, Adrián López Velarde, and Fadi Kattan and explore how it's a crop of the future, how it's been eaten for generations in Mexico, and how it's also a symbol of resistance in Palestine. Topics covered in this episode: Min 0:36: Meet Fadi Kattan Min 3:39: The symbolic resilience of cactus in Palestine Min 7:27: How Fadi cooks with prickly pear Min 11:53: Meet Alan Bergo Min 12:25: What is a barrel cactus and what can you cook with it? Min 14:22: Meet John Cushman Min 17:03: Cactus’ potential as a source for feed and biofuel Min 20:14: Meet Adrián López Velarde Min 20:45: Origins and spread of cactus Min 23:20: Farming cactus sustainably Climate Cuisine is part of Whetstone Radio Collective. Learn more about this episode of Climate Cuisine at www.whetstoneradio.com, on IG at @whetstoneradio, Twitter at @whetstone_radio, and YouTube at /WhetstoneRadio. Guests: Fadi Kattan (@fadi.f.kattan), John Cushman, Alan Bergo (@foragerchef), Adrián López Velarde (@desserto.pelle)

Poddin' Next Door
#104 - "Wussy"

Poddin' Next Door

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 4, 2022 109:37


On this episode: The ”Poddin' Next Door" crew opens with year end slappers for your head tops. The guys hit on some new year resolutions and other random topics. Listen on most Digital Streaming Platforms. Apple, Amazon, Spotify, Google…… Follow + Subscribe: Instagram - @poddinnextdoor YouTube - Poddin' Next Door

time comedy family food discussion culture social voting japan management jre weed california fighting mexico reflecting spotify music gentrification amazon apple christmas drink shot strippers dating relationships marriage political state champs game feelings netflix picking space brothers world west social media theory energy texas single hip hop testing friend stories mother donald trump ios variant cons fake news mental health hulu border sugar religion holidays drugs gaming workplace guns cancer emotional hobbies outdoors driver baby bros rings school bullying afghanistan thanksgiving amish exotic ai phone sauce toxic dates body tradition chefs mexican haitian after effects disabilities struggle girlfriends abortion helen keller closer whites shooting scams drip pod shopping cleveland browns palestine trucker fishing dj screw 1985 kanye west lies bill cosby pros plastic arab bitcoin nonbinary black friday strip clubs facetime hiv how to meals conspiracy theory tendencies joe biden scammers historians attention capitol ye ancestry astro followers mania stocks dangers showering rotten tomatoes industrial wet kwanzaa headphones jeff bezos nascar vibes incident gamble banking alec baldwin unrest astroworld extravaganza hoover life hacks dave chappelle beans russ jargon eats mike pence graduation fossils adoptions whataburger takeover us military nra energy drinks 1987 joe rogan colorism defensive finesse boyfriends hug fun facts expressing 21savage shaming noobs lacking taco tuesday right to die caitlyn jenner impacts jay electronica questioning randomness podding eaters baby jesus burning bush influenza alerts winter storms rifles atf donating gangland graduates 23andme j balvin el salvador traits phonetic homies gang culture nfts ebt muslim brotherhood nextdoor sleepers finish line gamestop picky nicknames king richard dream girl wussy verdict blue origin enforcements bday doja cat hbic couponing ebonics taco truck sideburns arranged marriages pnd debacle surroundings reconnecting wealth gap summer walker pfas coke cola homesharing misogynist 2022 jbp gun laws terrenos more words dababy child tax credit pimp c alone time panhandling onlyfans birthday gifts partynextdoor thin blue line taco stand fat pat creosote drink champs poddin ivermectin criminal psychology coronavirus shoes off fifth ward false hope covid-19 ahmaud arbery contact tracing fast 9 delta variant
On the Middle East with Andrew Parasiliti, an Al-Monitor Podcast
Analyst Hiwa Osman: The United States must fix the escalating crisis between Iraq and Syria's Kurds

On the Middle East with Andrew Parasiliti, an Al-Monitor Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 3, 2022 33:08


The Kurdistan Regional Government of Iraq has sealed a critical border crossing to the US protected and Kurdish governed zone in northeast Syria over a violent clash between a Syrian Kurdish youth organization and Iraqi Kurdish border forces. The closure has interrupted the flow of aid to the region as northeast Syria grapples with the effects of US sanctions against the Syrian regime, and of the COVID 19 pandemic not mention its worst drought in decadesAnalyst Hiwa Osman explains what is at stake.See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

The Year Is
The Year Is 1929

The Year Is

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 3, 2022 65:11


This episode we go back to 1929. Wall Street crashes and Bobby tries to explain the stock market to Red, Bobby loses out on millions in cryptocurrency, 7-UP is invented, Israel and Palestine are still at war and the roaring 20s are over. Also Al Capone ruins Valentine's day.What obscure or significant events did we miss from 1929? Let us know your favourite historical facts from that year, or if have any suggestions for other years for us to do an episode on send us an email to theyearispodcast@gmail.comFollow us on Instagram, Twitter and other social media channels on @theyearispod See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Moyen Orientation
Le séisme de 1927 en Palestine: un vecteur de solidarité ?

Moyen Orientation

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 3, 2022 15:02


Le 11 Juillet 1927, la ville de Jéricho tremble. Des dizaines de bâtiments sont détruits, des familles entières sont touchées et les lieux les plus saints du Judaïsme, de l'Islam et du Christianisme sont mis en danger. Un séisme de magnitude 6.3 sur l'échelle de Richter frappe le Mandat Britannique pour la Palestine. Pour la première fois, le mouvement Sioniste, la société palestinienne et l'administration Britanniques font face à un défi commun. Alors que les tensions dans la région ne cessent d'augmenter, l'été 1927 marque un moment de pause dans les conflits entre les différents acteurs locaux. On peut même aller plus loin, cette catastrophe naturelle a donné lieu à des premiers signes de solidarité et d'entraide entre les différentes communautés. Dans cet épisode, on se plonge dans un moment fascinant des relations entre Juifs et Arabes sous le mandat britannique qui éclaire jusqu'à aujourd'hui certaine facette d'un conflit centenaire.  Un podcast du label Podcut

The B.I.Stander Podcast
2021 Podcast of the Year

The B.I.Stander Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 31, 2021 62:52


Palestine This is a rebroadcast of 2021's most download episode! Become part of the Podcastville Community on Patreon! Today we welcome Rasham Nassar to talk about Palestine with TImothy & Joel Underwood  This episode is sponsored by MUD/WTR The B.I.STANDER Podcast is a conversational podcast unique to Bainbridge Island and Seattle Washington, that covers Society & culture, through Human Interest stories, music and arts. The intent is to introduce interesting people, ideas, and conversations. We are not perfect and that's OK! Thank you for your support! Tell them you heard it on: The BISTANDER Podcast! Blue Canary Auto  Helpline House Sound Reprographics B.I.Hoops & More PLEASE TELL THEM "THE B.I.STANDER PODCAST" SENT YOU! Music performed by Band of Steves of The Island Music Guild. Listen on Spotify, PlayerFM, Apple Podcasts, TuneIN, Castbox, Amazon Podcasts, Deezer, and more! Support the Show on PATREON

Arab Digest podcasts
Palestine and the search for justice

Arab Digest podcasts

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 31, 2021 29:09


Arab Digest editor William Law is in conversation with the Conservative MP Crispin Blunt about his efforts to find justice for Palestinians through the Israeli and international justice systems. He is he says "done with false hope" and the way forward now is to use the courts to right historic wrongs commmited against the Palestinian people. Sign up NOW at ArabDigest.org for free to join the club and start receiving our daily newsletter & podcasts.

True Talk
True Talk for 12/30/2021

True Talk

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 30, 2021


Arab-Muslim discussion and interviews with hosts Samar Jarrah and Ahmed Bedier.

This Week Unpacked
Why is the Temple Mount a flash point in the Israeli-Palestinian conflict?

This Week Unpacked

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 30, 2021 14:11


Jews aren't allowed to pray at the Temple Mount, but why? Who “owns” the Temple Mount? We unpack the debate over the site and why this is such a hotbed of controversy. ~~~~ Learn more about Unpacked: https://jewishunpacked.com/about/ Visit Unpacked on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/unpacked ~~~~ Sources: https://www.timesofisrael.com/jews-are-disguising-themselves-as-muslims-to-pray-on-temple-mount-report/ https://www.jpost.com/international/129-nations-ignore-jewish-ties-to-temple-mount-call-it-solely-muslim-687592 https://unpacked.education/video/moshe-dayan-iconic-military-leader/?utm_medium=email&utm_source=weekly-21-12-21&utm_campaign=ued-reengagement https://www.timesofisrael.com/israel-quietly-letting-jews-pray-on-temple-mount-in-break-with-status-quo-tv/ https://www.jpost.com/Israel-News/Temple-Mount-What-our-Rabbis-really-say-598372 https://www.chabad.org/parshah/article_cdo/aid/2620682/jewish/What-Was-the-Red-Heifer.htm http://www.israelnationalnews.com/Articles/Article.aspx/15980 http://www.jta.org/2016/05/25/israel/new-mk-vows-to-end-jewish-prayer-ban-on-temple-mount?_ga=2.200297774.1685029759.1565861925-104092106.1565861924 https://www.ynetnews.com/articles/0,7340,L-4585927,00.html https://www.timesofisrael.com/newly-installed-mk-vows-to-end-temple-mount-prayer-ban-for-jews/ https://religionnews.com/2021/12/15/jews-pray-and-plan-a-third-temple-the-status-quo-in-jerusalems-holiest-site-al-aqsa-bennett/ https://blogs.timesofisrael.com/in-the-waqfs-custody/

Daily News Brief by TRT World
December 30, 2021

Daily News Brief by TRT World

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 30, 2021 2:19


*) Biden, Putin to discuss 'range of topics' as Ukraine crisis simmers Presidents Joe Biden and Vladimir Putin will speak by telephone amid high tensions in Ukraine, the White House has said. Both leaders will speak on Thursday as Putin stepped up his demands for security guarantees in Eastern Europe. The talks come as the US and Western allies have watched the massing of Russian forces along the border with Ukraine, growing to an estimated 100,000. *) Russia and Belarus plan to hold joint military drills Russian President Vladimir Putin has announced plans to hold joint military drills with Belarus early next year. The decision was confirmed during a meeting between Putin and Belarusian President Alexander Lukashenko in Saint Petersburg. The planned exercise will take place amid rising tensions between their governments and the West. ​​​*) Israel approves measures to improve ties with Palestinians Israel's defence minister has approved a raft of measures aimed at improving relations with Palestine following a rare meeting with Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas in Israel. Defence Minister Benny Gantz and Abbas discussed security coordination between Israel and the Palestinian Authority, which administers pockets of the occupied West Bank. Gantz's office said he approved “confidence-building measures” including the transfer of tax payments to the Palestinian Authority, and residency status for thousands of Palestinians in the occupied West Bank and Gaza Strip. *) Ethiopia approves dialogue commission that won't talk to rebels for now Ethiopian lawmakers have approved a bill to establish a commission for national dialogue. However, some government officials have said specifically that the new commission will not be engaging in talks with Tigray rebels. The 11-member commission is tasked with facilitating "an inclusive dialogue and reconciliation process that would heal wounds… and help the country to solve its complex problems," the bill added. And finally … *) US jury finds Maxwell guilty of five sex abuse-related charges A US jury has found British socialite Ghislaine Maxwell guilty of five charges of sex abuse and trafficking. Maxwell could be sentenced to decades in prison for finding teenage girls for the late financier and convicted sex offender Jeffrey Epstein. The jury deliberated for five days before finding Maxwell guilty on five of the six counts she faced including the sex trafficking of a minor. And that's your daily news brief from TRT World. For more, head to trtworld.com

BOMM: Black Opinions Matter
Woke Bros: No Peace in the Middle East (Best of 2021)

BOMM: Black Opinions Matter

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 30, 2021 70:23


The Woke Bros team covered a bunch of different political topics in 2021 but our interview with Noah Kulwin of the Blowback podcast was one of our favorites so we had to run it back! Enjoy this "Best of" edition of The Woke Bros. Happy New Year! Big Wos and Nando Vila welcome journalist Noah Kulwin and dive head first into what's happening between Israel and Palestine. Noah breaks down the latest news, how we got here and the impact its having on the native people. We close the show highlighting Noah's podcast “Blowback” and get a sneak peak of season 2 that is focused on the history of Cuba.  Time Stamps: The latest on Israel and Palestine (1:55) The history of the situation. How did we get here? (30:07) Guest Noah Kulwin talks about his Blowback podcast (43:54) Sneak peak of Blowback Season 2 Episode 4 "Secret Honor". Snipper from Fidel goes to Harlem (1:01:11) WATCH THIS EPISODE ON YOUTUBE: Youtube.com/countthedings1 Produced by Sean Little Noah's podcast Blowback on Stitcher https://www.stitcher.com/show/blowback Sign up for The Athletic: TheAthletic.com/dings Support us on www.patreon.com/countthedings Find us: www.countthedings.com Social: @countthedings @bommpodcast Facebook: www.facebook.com/countthedings Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Woke Bros
No Peace in the Middle East (Best of 2021)

Woke Bros

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 30, 2021 69:53


The Woke Bros team covered a bunch of different political topics in 2021 but our interview with Noah Kulwin of the Blowback podcast was one of our favorites so we had to run it back! Enjoy this "Best of" edition of The Woke Bros. Happy New Year! Big Wos and Nando Vila welcome journalist Noah Kulwin and dive head first into what's happening between Israel and Palestine. Noah breaks down the latest news, how we got here and the impact its having on the native people. We close the show highlighting Noah's podcast “Blowback” and get a sneak peak of season 2 that is focused on the history of Cuba.  Time Stamps: The latest on Israel and Palestine (1:55) The history of the situation. How did we get here? (30:07) Guest Noah Kulwin talks about his Blowback podcast (43:54) Sneak peak of Blowback Season 2 Episode 4 "Secret Honor". Snipper from Fidel goes to Harlem (1:01:11) WATCH THIS EPISODE ON YOUTUBE: Youtube.com/countthedings1 Produced by Sean Little Noah's podcast Blowback on Stitcher https://www.stitcher.com/show/blowback Sign up for The Athletic: TheAthletic.com/dings Support us on www.patreon.com/countthedings Find us: www.countthedings.com Social: @countthedings @bommpodcast Facebook: www.facebook.com/countthedings Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Wake Up Call
So Much to Cover, Such Little Time (Capsules)

Wake Up Call

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 29, 2021 42:51


KFI News Director fills in for Jennifer Jones Lee for your Wednesday morning Wake Up Call. The White House will lift travel bands on 8 countries come the new year. U.S. COVID cases and hospitalizations are expected to continue to rise. A second Confederate time capsule has been found in the fallen Robert E. Lee statue and has been opened. And the Israel Defense Minister has met with the Palestinian President.

Daily News Brief by TRT World
December 29, 2021

Daily News Brief by TRT World

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 29, 2021 2:27


*) Police arrests six people after raiding anti-Beijing media office Six people working at a prominent anti-Beijing media outlet have been arrested in Hong Kong after national security police raided their office. The current and former chief editors of Stand News, and four former board members were detained for conspiracy to publish seditious content. Among those apprehended are pop singer Denise Ho and former democratic legislator Margaret Ng. The arrests came a day after additional charges were levelled against jailed media tycoon Jimmy Lai for the same offence. *) US averaging 267,000 infections in daily Covid case record The United States has reported its highest ever number of daily Covid-19 cases, at more than 253,000. It comes after the country decided to shorten the recommended Covid-19 isolation and quarantine period from 10 days to five, drawing criticism from some medical experts. France and England have also hit record Covid-19 numbers. France reported almost 180 thousand cases, while England had nearly 130 thousand infections on Tuesday. ​​​*) Brazil official likens flooding in over 100 cities to 'bombardment' A total of 116 cities in the northeastern Brazilian state of Bahia are in a state of emergency because of flooding due to heavy rains and the collapse of two dams. Official data from the state government say 34,163 people have been made homeless and almost 43,000 are displaced. There have been a total of 21 deaths and 358 people injured this month due to heavy rains in the region. *) Israel's Gantz hosts Palestine's Abbas at home in rare meeting Palestine's President Mahmud Abbas met Israeli Defence Minister Benny Gantz during a rare trip to Israel. Abbas discussed creating a political horizon, leading to a solution of the Mideast conflict, Palestine's officials said. Gantz told Abbas that he intended to "continue to promote actions to strengthen confidence in the economic and civilian fields," an Israeli Defence Ministry statement said. And finally … *) Reality TV star Paris Hilton launches business in the metaverse Paris Hilton has created an island in the online virtual world, dubbed Paris World. Visitors can explore digital replicas of her Beverly Hills estate and its dog mansion in a luxury sports car or Sunray yacht. Like other virtual hangouts, Paris World will collect small payments for purchasing virtual clothing or booking a ride on a jet-ski.

Political Misfits
Settlement Expansion In Golan Heights; Voting Rights Bills; Gender Economic Inequalities & Aging

Political Misfits

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 28, 2021 113:46


Richard Becker, author of "Palestine, Israel and the U.S. Empire," joins us to talk about Israeli Prime Minister Naftali Bennett announcing that Israel intends to double the number of settlers in the occupied Golan Heights with a multimillion-dollar plan meant to further consolidate Israel's hold on the territory it captured from Syria more than 50 years ago. We talk about how the Trump administration's moves in the region gave the green light for these moves, and how the Biden administration has not walked back any of the support for further expansion of settlements in the Golan, the West Bank, and East Jerusalem despite widespread international condemnation. We also talk about the still unfolding stories of spies within the Council on American-Islamic Relations who were paid by anti-Muslim groups in the U.S.Greg Palast, independent journalist on corporate malfeasance and labor, and author of “The Best Democracy Money Can Buy,” talks to us about the two bills before the Senate to protect the right to vote: the Freedom to Vote Act, which permits all voters to cast mail-in ballots in federal elections and also makes Election Day a federal holiday, among other measures; and the John Lewis Voting Rights Advancement Act, which would impose pre-clearance procedures for states that want to change the way voting is done in their states, and the uphill battle these bills face in Congress.Jon Jeter, author, two-time Pulitzer Prize finalist and former Washington Post bureau chief, joins us to talk about about a report on why older women face greater financial hardships than older men, along with 30 percent of women over age 65 reported feeling very or somewhat worried about their financial situation, how these discrepancies increase when taking class and race as factors, and what could be done to ensure dignity for our aging population. We also talk about the Office of National Drug Control Policy subsidizing major network TV shows in exchange for helping push War on Drugs propaganda in the late 1990s, and the tragic police shooting in Los Angeles that killed an innocent bystander.

Undaunted: Conversations with Radical Peacemakers
S2 | Humaira Wakili: A Hope for Afghanistan

Undaunted: Conversations with Radical Peacemakers

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 28, 2021 45:53


How do we remember the most forgotten in the world? Humaira's family fled Afghanistan as refugees when she was a child. But it wasn't until she was working in Palestine with refugee youth that she began to truly understand her own story as a refugee, and how to center the most overlooked and unheard on the margins of society. Then, in August the US pulled out of Afghanistan, the Taliban retook control, and suddenly her people were abandoned. Humaira has been tirelessly advocating for the Afghan people ever since, demanding that the world not abandon the Afghan people to a future robbed of their most basic rights. Humaira reminds us that forgetting those on the margins is a choice—and we have the power to choose instead to center their leadership and advocate for a future full of hope.Humaira's work represents what it looks like to Center the Leadership of the Marginalized, our fourth Practice of Peacemaking. Read and share the Principles and Practices of PeacemakingSubscribe to the Telos Newsletter for more news analysis and peacemaking resourcesFollow Telos on Instagram @thetelosgroupIf you're enjoying the podcast, become a monthly donor to Telos!Resources:Support Rescue Angels, an organization evacuating Afghan school girls to safety - Donate here

Democracy Now! Audio
Democracy Now! 2021-12-28 Tuesday

Democracy Now! Audio

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 28, 2021 59:00


Renowned activist and professor Angela Davis on abolition, the power of movements, Palestine, Mumia Abu-Jamal, the pandemic and imagining new worlds; Mumia Abu-Jamal remembers the late South African anti-apartheid icon Desmond Tutu; Legendary author and singer Patti Smith receives a key to New York City. Get Democracy Now! delivered right to your inbox. Sign up for the Daily Digest: democracynow.org/subscribe

Democracy Now! Video
Democracy Now! 2021-12-28 Tuesday

Democracy Now! Video

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 28, 2021 59:00


Renowned activist and professor Angela Davis on abolition, the power of movements, Palestine, Mumia Abu-Jamal, the pandemic and imagining new worlds; Mumia Abu-Jamal remembers the late South African anti-apartheid icon Desmond Tutu; Legendary author and singer Patti Smith receives a key to New York City. Get Democracy Now! delivered right to your inbox. Sign up for the Daily Digest: democracynow.org/subscribe

Poddin' Next Door
#103 - "Brokeback Sopranos"

Poddin' Next Door

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 28, 2021 94:48


On this episode: The ”Poddin' Next Door" crew opens with year end slappers for your head tops. The guys come back to the pod masked up (Variant goin' dummy), Baby Jesus B-Day extravaganza, picky eaters, the best tool for the job, 2021 Reflecting, how to hug, EBT chef, and 110 trucker sentence. Listen on most Digital Streaming Platforms. Apple, Amazon, Spotify, Google…… Follow + Subscribe: Instagram - @poddinnextdoor YouTube - Poddin' Next Door

time comedy family food discussion culture social voting japan management jre weed california fighting mexico reflecting spotify music gentrification amazon apple christmas drink shot strippers dating relationships marriage political state champs game feelings netflix picking space brothers world west social media theory energy texas single hip hop testing friend stories mother donald trump ios variant cons fake news mental health hulu border sugar religion holidays drugs gaming workplace guns cancer emotional hobbies outdoors driver baby bros rings school bullying afghanistan thanksgiving amish exotic ai phone sauce toxic dates body tradition chefs mexican haitian after effects disabilities struggle girlfriends abortion helen keller closer whites shooting scams drip pod shopping cleveland browns palestine trucker fishing dj screw 1985 kanye west lies bill cosby pros plastic arab bitcoin nonbinary black friday strip clubs facetime hiv how to meals conspiracy theory tendencies joe biden scammers historians attention capitol ye ancestry astro followers mania stocks brokeback dangers showering rotten tomatoes industrial wet kwanzaa headphones jeff bezos nascar vibes incident gamble banking alec baldwin unrest astroworld extravaganza hoover life hacks dave chappelle beans russ jargon eats sopranos mike pence graduation fossils adoptions whataburger takeover us military nra energy drinks 1987 joe rogan colorism defensive finesse boyfriends hug fun facts expressing 21savage shaming noobs lacking taco tuesday right to die caitlyn jenner impacts jay electronica questioning randomness podding eaters baby jesus burning bush influenza alerts winter storms rifles atf donating gangland graduates 23andme j balvin el salvador traits phonetic homies gang culture nfts ebt muslim brotherhood nextdoor sleepers finish line gamestop picky nicknames king richard dream girl verdict blue origin enforcements bday doja cat hbic couponing ebonics taco truck sideburns arranged marriages pnd debacle surroundings reconnecting wealth gap summer walker pfas coke cola homesharing misogynist jbp gun laws terrenos more words dababy child tax credit pimp c alone time panhandling onlyfans birthday gifts partynextdoor thin blue line taco stand fat pat creosote drink champs poddin ivermectin criminal psychology coronavirus shoes off fifth ward false hope covid-19 ahmaud arbery contact tracing fast 9 delta variant
This Is Palestine
Palestine 2021: A Look Back

This Is Palestine

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 27, 2021 33:53


In our last episode of the year, we look back at what 2021 meant for Palestine and what 2022 may hold. From the departure of Donald Trump and the new administration of President Biden to the ousting of Netanyahu and Israel's escalation of violence in May starting with the occupied Jerusalem neighborhood of Sheikh Jarrah. Hosts Diana Buttu and Omar Baddar discuss these challenges and some positive highlights that came out of 2020. Thanks for listening with us and see you in the new year!

The Hartmann Report
THE REAL HISTORY OF SANTA AND WHY THE GOP EXPLOITS RELIGION TO MANIPULATE THEIR VOTERS

The Hartmann Report

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 25, 2021 56:45


Thom Hartmann explains the history behind our commervialized experience of Christmas and Santa Claus. Also the ways that conquerors and Republicans have used religion especially Christianity to exploit the public and as a means to their ends. See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

The Word Is Resistance
TWIR 12.25.21 The Shepherds Were Essential Workers

The Word Is Resistance

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 25, 2021 21:09


What would be good news to low-wage workers in first-century, occupied Palestine? This Christmas, join Rev. Margaret Ernst as she reflects on the news of Christ's birth from the standpoint of the shepherds, and why it's okay to have the Christmas blues. To get involved with SURJ Faith's Community Safety for All campaign in 2022, visit https://surj.org/our-work/surj-faith/cs4a/ To listen to Pastor Margaret's “Sadvent” playlist: https://open.spotify.com/playlist/5XHk1HJ1BqCvt5AzHtqN5g?si=e716aef130904e25

Free Forum with Terrence McNally
Episode 538: Who was Jesus? REZA ASLAN, ZEALOT: The Life & Times of Jesus of Nazareth

Free Forum with Terrence McNally

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 25, 2021 60:02


I wish you and your loved ones a deeply renewing holiday season. This week, you'll hear my 2014 conversation with REZA ASLAN about his best-selling book, ZEALOT: The Life and Times of Jesus of Nazareth. He examines Jesus the man through the lens of the time and place in which he lived, first-century Palestine, and labels him a zealot – a radical political opponent of the Roman occupation. Since Jesus was crucified without overthrowing Roman rule, he is one of many "failed messiahs." But only he among them become the starting point of one of the world's great religions. This approach offers a Jesus more human, if no less heroic.

True Talk
True Talk for 12/23/2021

True Talk

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 23, 2021


Arab-Muslim discussion and interviews with hosts Samar Jarrah and Ahmed Bedier.

Stand Up For The Truth Podcast
Jim Fletcher: Israel Matters – History and Bible Prophecy

Stand Up For The Truth Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 23, 2021 53:15


Today we discuss the importance of Israel, true history that may surprise you, and fulfilled prophecies where God's sovereignty is concerned. We look at both the spiritual and political reasons Israel is a key player on the world stage in these last days. Daily podcast, relevant articles on issues pertaining to Christians and more can be found on Stand Up For The Truth.

Atheist Nomads
438 War on Christmas 2021

Atheist Nomads

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 23, 2021 42:37


It's time for this year's War on Christmas episode! Keeping with the new format, it starts with a memo from the Greek Orthodox Patriarch of Jerusalem and opens a can of historical worms. The feedback form is at atheistnomads.com/contact Leave us voice message at atheistnomads.com/speakpipe Support the show at atheistnomads.com/donate Subscribe at atheistnomads.com/subscribe Join our Discord server at atheistnomads.com/discord Christmas in Jerusalem Story of the current crisis Christianity in the Levant Early church Jewish Roman Wars Chalcedonian Schism: Patriarch of Jerusalem created in 451 Malkite Orthodox Syriac Orthodox Conquests Persians conquer Palestine in 614 Orthodox Christians retain Greek language and culture Battle of Yarmuk 636 - Syria and Palestine removed from Byzantine control Syrian Malkite's adopt Arab language and culture Great Schism and Crusades 1054 Great Schism 1099 Crusaders conquer Jerusalem - Exile Greek Patriarch, appoint Latin Patriarch 1187 Arabs retake Jerusalem - Latin Patriarch flees to Rome, Greek Patriarch returns 1847 Ottomans allow Latin Patriarch to Return Malkite Orthodox Schism Modern Christianity in Israel Greek Orthodox Patriarch controversy Sources Religion News Service - Patriarch of Jerusalem's Christmas Edict Wikipedia - Christianity in Israel Wikipedia - Greek Orthodox Church of Jerusalem Wikipedia - Melkite Greek Catholic Church Other News Trump takes credit for people saying Merry Christmas This episode is brought to you by: Henry K Danielle Pat Acks from the Humanists of Idaho SoJo Big Easy Blasphemy Darryl G Arthur K Samuel C Beatriz A Levi C Richard G Balázs Steve F Brad R And by our $1 patrons and those who want no reward. Contact information, show notes, and links to Social Media and the like can be found at https://atheistnomads.com Theme music is provided by Sturdy Fred. Full shownotes can always be found at https://atheistnomads.com/438 Download episode

The Critical Hour
Berlin Tries to Kill German Language RT; Young Voters Furious at Biden

The Critical Hour

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 23, 2021 116:24


Dr. Colin Campbell, DC senior news correspondent, joins us to discuss President Biden's waning popularity. A new article in The Nation expresses the anger and frustration towards the Biden administration from young voters. The article reviews the campaign promises that Biden made and laments his failure to live up to a single commitment. Dr. Jack Rasmus, professor in economics and politics at St. Mary's College in California, joins us to discuss the economy. Dr. Jack reminds us that he predicted the death of the Build Back Better legislation. He also goes over his predictions for the next phase of the US economic and political crisis. Jim Kavanagh, writer at thepolemicist.net and CounterPunch and author of "Reconcile This: Lessons From the Latest Legislative Debacle," joins us to discuss censorship. In another major EU blow to press freedom, European satellite operator Eutelsat has removed the German-language RT DE channel from its platform under pressure from Berlin. Greg Palast, investigative reporter, joins us to discuss voting. The Brennan Center for Justice is reviewing state and local legislation and predicting a tidal wave of GOP-sponsored voter suppression starting in 2022. They say that empowering non-state partisan actors to intervene in the election process will be one of the principal methods used to create hurdles for minorities and youthful voters.Robert Fantina, journalist and Palestine activist, joins us to discuss Israel. We discuss the issue of settlements in the occupied territories and their designation under international law. Miko Peled argues that the term "illegal settlements" is misleading because there is no such thing as "legal settlements" under international law. Filmon Zerai, independent blogger with commentary for On Horn of Africa & Global Politics, joins us to discuss Ethiopia. In his Black Agenda Report article, Filmon Zerai says that "The best way for leftist anti-imperialists to support Ethiopia is to not take a hardline position on the internal politics of the country." We discuss the internal politics of Ethiopia and why it is important to take a non-activist position towards the present government.James Carey, editor/co-owner at Geopoliticsalert.com, joins us to discuss the Middle East. Intensifying Saudi airstrikes against Yemen are making it impossible for international aid flights to land in the Houthi-run zones. Kevin Gosztola, journalist and author, joins us to discuss Julian Assange. He argues that the persecution of Julian Assange will only end if the various factions of US imperial power conclude that the cost of making him an example is not worth the benefit.

Poddin' Next Door
#102 - "Ball Bath"

Poddin' Next Door

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 21, 2021 102:35


On this episode:The ”Poddin' Next Door" crew opens with Holiday slappers for your head tops. RIP Drakeo, shoutout to the homies at Walls' Birthday, bless up to all the Graduates, Christmas shopping, the real Muslim brotherhood, energy drinks dangers, living in industrial areas, cokehead homies, adult naps, Ball Bath, adoptions, abortions, other people struggles, Houston ebonics and bunch of other topics… Listen on most Digital Streaming Platforms. Apple, Amazon, Spotify, Google…… Follow + Subscribe:Instagram - @poddinnextdoorYouTube - Poddin' Next Door

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Delete Your Account Podcast
Episode 212 - Psychoanalysis in Palestine

Delete Your Account Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 17, 2021 109:02


This week, Roqayah and Kumars are joined by Lara Sheehi and Stephen Sheehi. Lara us Assistant Professor of Clinical Psychology at the George Washington University, and the secretary and president-elect of the Society for Psychoanalysis and Psychoanalytic Psychology. She is also co-editor of Studies in Gender & Sexuality and of Counterspace in Psychoanalysis, Culture and Society. Lara also serves on the advisory board to the USA-Palestine Mental Health Network and Psychoanalysis for Pride. Stephen Sheehi is the Sultan Qaboos Professor of Middle East Studies and Director of the Decolonizing Humanities Project at William & Mary, where he is also Professor of Arabic Studies in the Asian and Middle East Studies Program, Arabic Program, and Asian and Pacific Islander American Studies Program. Stephen is also the author of Camera Palaestina: Photography and Displaced Histories of Palestine (with Salim Tamari and Issam Nassar), Arab Imago: A Social History of Portrait Photography, 1860-1910, and Islamophobia: The Ideological Campaign Against Muslims and Foundations of Modern Arab Identity. Lara and Stephen describe how their work has changed since the pandemic, and unpack the frequently overlooked pitfalls of face-to-face communication and the sanitisation of our daily human experiences.  We discuss the framework guiding their research into and documentation of Palestinian life under Israeli occupation—threaded with insight from Palestinian clinicians while centering the stories of non-clinical Palestinians. Lara and Stephen help clarify the origins of not only colonial psychology, but the revolutionary work of psychiatrist and Marxist Frantz Fanon, arguably the architect of what is now called liberation psychology. We also go over cases of colonial psychological warfare as well as the methods used by Israel's settler colonial state to disrupt and destroy Palestinian life. You can follow Lara on Twitter @blackflaghag and buy the Psychoanalysis Under Occupation: Practicing Resistance in Palestine from Routledge, and wherever fine books are sold. If you want to support the show and receive access to tons of bonus content, subscribe on our Patreon page for as little as $5 a month. Also, don't forget to subscribe, rate, and review the show on iTunes. We can't do this show without your support!!!

By Any Means Necessary
Amazon and Candle Factory Tornado Deaths Are Products of Corporate Greed

By Any Means Necessary

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 14, 2021 112:42


In this episode of By Any Means Necessary, hosts Sean Blackmon and Jacquie Luqman are joined by Dr. Mike Pappas, a family medicine physician, activist, and frequent contributor to LeftVoice.org to discuss the US death toll from COVID-19 reaching 800,000 and how the capitalist system has sacrificed lives in an effort to sustain business as usual, why the booster shot of the COVID-19 vaccine is now being pushed as a magical solution to keep business sustained at the cost of the spread of COVID, and the treatment of striking student workers by Columbia University.In the second segment, Sean and Jacquie are joined by Bezal Jupiter, an organizer with the Party for Socialism and Liberation in Mississippi to discuss hunger strikes at ICE detention facilities in protest of inhumane conditions in Louisiana, how the conditions at these jails are often shrouded in secrecy, and the connections between movements for immigration justice and against mass incarceration.In the third segment, Sean and Jacquie are joined by technologist Chris Garaffa, the editor of TechforthePeople.org to discuss recent revelations about operation Whistle Pig and the surveillance of journalists and other people not accused of crimes by Customs and Border Patrol and other agencies, Google's complicity in the colonization of Palestine, and the mind-boggling foolishness and environmental impact of NFTs.Later in the show, Sean and Jacquie are joined by Jaribu Hill, founder and executive director of the Mississippi Workers' Center for Human Rights to discuss the senseless and preventable deaths at the Mayfield candle factory and Amazon warehouse caused by capitalist greed, the impunity that corporations responsible for harm and death enjoy and its similarities to the police as they wage terror on Black communities, and the two-party system's selling out of the working poor and Black people who are responsible for putting them in office.

By Any Means Necessary
Google's Complicity In Apartheid

By Any Means Necessary

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 14, 2021 15:14


In this segment of By Any Means Necessary, Sean and Jacquie are joined by technologist Chris Garaffa, the editor of TechforthePeople.org to discuss recent revelations about operation Whistle Pig and the surveillance of journalists and other people not accused of crimes by Customs and Border Patrol and other agencies, Google's complicity in the colonization of Palestine, and the mind-boggling foolishness and environmental impact of NFTs

The John Batchelor Show
NGO terror deceptions. Matthew Levitt @Levitt_Matt @WashInstitute; @Georgetown; Malcolm Hoenlein @Conf_of_pres @mhoenlein1

The John Batchelor Show

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 10, 2021 10:47


Photo:  PFLP: In the mountains east of the Jordan River, a patrol from the Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine punctuates a battle hymn with Soviet, Czechoslovak (vz. 58), and (top left) Egyptian weapons. Early 1969.  A pet of some European NGO's. .. NGO terror deceptions.  Matthew Levitt @Levitt_Matt  @WashInstitute; @Georgetown;   Malcolm Hoenlein @Conf_of_pres @mhoenlein1 https://www.jpost.com/opinion/pflp-ngo-ties-are-far-from-hidden-opinion-685616 Matthew Levitt is the Fromer-Wexler Fellow at The Washington Institute and director of its Jeanette and Eli Reinhard Program on Counterterrorism and Intelligence.  https://www.jpost.com/opinion/pflp-ngo-ties-are-far-from-hidden-opinion-685616 https://www.washingtoninstitute.org/policy-analysis/blurred-line-between-civil-society-and-terrorism-examining-charges-ngos-funding https://www.timesofisrael.com/spanish-palestinian-woman-pleads-guilty-to-raising-pflp-funds-through-charity/