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The state of Yemen in 2023 is precarious. After the Arab Spring revolution descended into civil war, the Houthis have cemented their power over large swathes of Northern Yemen, while the traditional ruling parties have fractured and, in many cases, disintegrated. In this final episode of our mammoth exploration of the history of Yemen - and indeed season 4 of Conflicted - we bring things up to the modern day, stepping back from historical narrative to try and make sense of what has happened and what it means for the country and the region. Over the course of this season, we've taken listeners through all the historical antecedents to modern Salafi Jihadism from Ahmad Bin Hanbal in the eighth century to Sayyid Qutb in the 1960s. We've looked at the Muslim Brotherhood, President Erdogan of Turkey, Iran, and their proxies across the region like Hezbollah. And now, as the conflict between Israel and Hamas in Gaza continues, we can see so many of the themes and ideas that we've talked about this series playing out in real time. This final episode, which sees us joined for the final time by Yemeni political activist Baraa Shaiban, attempts to make sense of current events in Yemen and beyond in the context of Salafi and Shia jihadism. We ask what the future holds for the Middle East, and what we can learn from the tumultuous history of the region as the world attempts to bring peace to the geopolitical situation of today. Join our FB Discussion group to get exclusive updates: https://www.facebook.com/groups/450486135832418 Find us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/MHconflicted And Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/MHconflicted Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
David Gornoski sits down with Col. Douglas Macgregor for a conversation on what's going on with the Israel-Gaza war. Was the Hamas attack on October 7 a trap for Israel? Does the US have any strategic interest in Israel's actions? Does this conflict have the capability to become a larger regional war? Has DC finally realized that the war in Ukraine is lost? What are some of the issues that the US must deal with at home? Follow Col. Macgregor on X here. Visit aneighborschoice.com for more
In about two weeks Minister Mitsotakis and Turkish President Erdogan will meet in Athens, marking the third meeting in five months between the two leaders. While the frequency of their meetings and the de-escalation of tensions are positives, the absence of tensions or conflict does not mean normalization and peace. Constantinos Filis, the Director of the Institute of Global Affairs and an associate professor of international relations at the American College of Greece, joins Thanos Davelis to break down what we should expect from the upcoming meeting between Prime Minister Mitsotakis and President Erdogan in Athens, and look at what Turkey's distancing from the West means for Greece.Read Constantinos Filis' latest piece in Kathimerini: Ankara's distancing and the challenge for AthensYou can read the articles we discuss on our podcast here:Silent anxiety before Erdogan visits AthensRishi Sunak snubs Greek PM in dispute over Elgin MarblesGreek PM slams Sunak as row over Elgin Marbles escalatesSunak cancels meeting with Mitsotakis in LondonTurkey's exports of military-linked goods to Russia soar
*) Hamas seeks to extend humanitarian pause in Gaza Palestinian group Hamas has announced that it is seeking to extend the four-day humanitarian pause with Israel in Gaza. The group said in a statement that it is making serious efforts to secure the release of more Palestinians even after the pause ends. A Palestinian source who preferred to remain anonymous, as the person was not authorised to speak to the media, confirmed to Anadolu Agency that Hamas informed mediators Qatar and Egypt that the resistance movements were willing to extend the current truce by two to four days. *) Israeli girl's death brings army's ‘Hannibal Protocol' back into focus An Israeli eyewitness said that during Hamas's October 7 attack on southern Israel, the army surrounded a house containing members of the Palestinian group and Israelis and later opened fire with tank rounds, killing all of them. It appeared to be the latest implementation of the ‘Hannibal Protocol', which involves the killing of enemy-held captives to prevent Israeli civilians from being taken to Gaza as hostages. Reports in Israeli media about the high number of civilian casualties during Hamas's cross-border assault and Israeli military helicopters shooting both Palestinian fighters and civilians at a music festival near Gaza have led to debates on whether the army applied the ‘Hannibal Protocol'. *) President Erdogan discusses Gaza with his Iranian counterpart Raisi In a recent phone conversation, Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan and Iranian President Ebrahim Raisi have discussed unlawful Israeli attacks on Palestine's Gaza, humanitarian aid delivery for Palestinians, and potential steps to achieve a permanent ceasefire in the region. President Erdogan emphasised the importance of taking a common stance by particularly Türkiye and Iran, and Muslim world against Israeli atrocities and brutality in Palestinian lands. The leaders expressed their commitment to working together to turn the temporary ceasefire into a permanent one and achieving permanent peace in the region. *) Ukraine calls for more air defence systems to protect grain corridor Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy has said his country needs more air defence systems in order to protect the grain corridor that has been operational since Russia's withdrawal from the Black Sea Grain Initiative in July. “We have a positive response when these systems start to protect that region. Because both the corridor and the people there are important,” Zelenskyy said at a press briefing following the ‘Grain From Ukraine' summit in Kiev. Ukraine has an agreement with several states for the escort of vessels by Ukrainian boats, he said, adding that the country is already receiving naval boats specifically for this purpose. And finally… *) Irish writer Paul Lynch wins Booker Prize with novel ‘Prophet Song' Irish writer Paul Lynch won the Booker Prize for fiction with what judges called a “soul-shattering” novel about a woman's struggle to protect her family as Ireland collapses into totalitarianism and war. “Prophet Song”, set in a dystopian fictional version of Dublin, was awarded the 50,000-pound (about $63,000) literary prize at a ceremony in London. Canadian writer Esi Edugyan, who chaired the judging panel, said the book is “a triumph of emotional storytelling, bracing and brave” in which Lynch “pulls off feats of language that are stunning to witness”.
Erdogan har både kaldt Hamas for en frihedsbevægelse og tyskernes støtte til Israel for et "skyldkompleks" over Anden Verdenskrig. Alligevel bød kansler Scholz den tyrkiske præsident velkommen med åbne arme i Berlin. Så hvad er det, der er på spil i forholdet mellem Tyrkiet og Tyskland? Og hvorfor står Erdogan igen tilbage som sejrherre? Næsten én million børn er fanget midt i Gazas kaos. Hvad betyder det for Gazas fremtid, at dem, der på et tidspunkt skal være med til at genopbygge området, står midt i en blodig krig - uden mulighed for at komme væk? Gæster: Lykke Friis, direktør for Tænketanken Europa og Karen-Inge Karstoft, lektor på Institut for Psykologi på Københavns Universitet. Tilrettelæggelse: Inge Scheel Kelstrup og Sven Johannesen. Vært: Nickolaj Sander. Lyddesign: Jonas Johs Andersen. Redaktør: Tine Møller Sørensen.
C'est une véritable catastrophe qui s'est abattue sur la Turquie et la Syrie le 6 février 2023. Un tremblement de terre de magnitude 7,8 a ébranlé le Moyen-Orient et a atteint, à date du 10 février, la barre des 22 000 morts. L'OMS a d'ailleurs prévenu la communauté internationale que 23 millions de personnes pourraient être touchées par cette catastrophe naturelle. Le Président turque, Recep Tayyip Erdogan, est vivement critiqué pour le manque de préparation face à un tel évènement. Selon un article publié en 2011 par l'agence d'analyse scientifique SciDev.net : “Le Moyen-Orient est un modèle de vulnérabilité aux séismes.” Y aura-t-il plus de catastrophes naturelles à l'avenir dans le monde ? Mais comment anticiper les catastrophes naturelles ? Écoutez la suite de cet épisode de "Maintenant vous savez". Un podcast Bababam Originals, écrit et réalisé par Samuel Lumbroso. À écouter aussi : Qu'est-ce que le "micro-cheating" ? Qu'est-ce que le vulturing, ce comportement toxique post-rupture ? Qu'est-ce que l'érosion du littoral ? Date de première diffusion : 11 février 2023 Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Kommentiert werden der Besuch des türkischen Präsidenten Erdogan in Berlin sowie der Krieg im Nahen Osten. Zunächst geht es aber um die Haushaltspolitik der Bundesregierung. Das Bundesverfassungsgericht hatte in dieser Woche geurteilt, dass der Bund zur Bekämpfung der Corona-Krise gedachte Mittel nicht für den Klimaschutz nutzen darf.www.deutschlandfunk.de, PresseschauDirekter Link zur Audiodatei
In this episode of the Patrick Henningsen Show on TNT Radio which aired on November 16, 2023, Patrick talks with Middle East scholar Dr Can Erimtan about the Turkish President's strident comments condemning the Israeli regime and the ongoing genocide of Palestinians in Gaza. But Turkey has deep economic and geopolitical ties to Israel. Will Erdogan really walk the walk, or just talk the talk? All this and more. More From Dr Can: X/Twitter 21stcenturywire.com TUNE-IN LIVE to TNT RADIO for the Patrick Henningsen Show every MON-FRI at 11AM-1PM (NEW YORK) | 4PM-6PM (LONDON) | 2AM-4AM (BRISBANE): https://tntradio.liv
Beim Besuch des türkischen Präsidenten Erdogan in Berlin liegen die Position zum Nahost-Konflikt weit auseinander - In Neubrandenburg greifen mehrere Männer Rettungssanitäter an - In Berlin spielen die DFB-Herren gegn die Türkei
Autsch! Die Karlsruher Klatsche für die Ampel konnte man in ganz Deutschland hören: Dank Sonderunvermögen fehlen jetzt 60 Milliarden - ob Erdogan ein paar gute Tipps im Gepäck hatte? Oder Studiogast Bernhard Hoëcker, Quizshowgott des deutschen Fernsehens? Von WDR 5 Satire Deluxe.
Mit Kommentaren zur Haushaltspolitik der Bundesregierung und zum Elterngeld. Außerdem geht es um den Besuch des türkischen Präsidenten Erdogan in Berlin.www.deutschlandfunk.de, PresseschauDirekter Link zur Audiodatei
C'est un sommet extraordinaire inédit qui s'est tenu, les 11 et 12 novembre 2023, à Riyad sous les auspices du prince héritier saoudien, Mohammed Ben Salman. Une réunion conjointe de la Ligue arabe et de l'Organisation de la coopération islamique qui se tenait après 35 jours de guerre, et qui a rassemblé à la fois les alliés de MBS, comme le roi Abdallah II de Jordanie, le président de l'Autorité Palestinienne, Mahmoud Abbas ou encore le président égyptien Al Sissi et ses rivaux, le président iranien Raïsi, le président turc Erdogan et l'émir du Qatar, autour de la situation à Gaza. Un sommet marqué par une forte intransigeance de l'Iran, tête de pont de « l'axe de la résistance » à Israël et qui a appelé à l'isolement politique et économique de l'État hébreu. Ce sommet a également révélé ou confirmé des divergences, certains pays voulant préserver leurs relations diplomatiques avec Israël et la médiation américaine sur le dossier palestinien. Les leaders des États du Golfe ont, en particulier, repoussé la tentative menée par Téhéran d'appeler à un armement des Palestiniens. Regard sur les bouleversements des alliances traditionnelles au Moyen-Orient. Quelle suite y aura-t-il à ce sommet ? Invités : Héléne Sallon, correspondante Moyen-Orient du quotidien Le Monde Emma Soubrier, directrice de PRISME Initiative (Pathways to Renewed and Inclusive Security in the Middle East), chercheure associée à l'Institut de Paix et du Développement, LADIE, Université Côte d'Azur Fatiha Dazi Heni, chercheuse Golfe/Moyen-Orient à l'Institut de Recherche Stratégique de l'École Militaire, spécialiste des monarchies de la Péninsule arabique. « L'Arabie Saoudite en 100 questions », Éd. Tallandier.
The United States Commission on International Religious Freedom published an in-depth report this week examining threats to religious properties in Turkey, including places of worship, religious institutions, and cemeteries. This research looks at various threats and attacks over the last two decades and documents whether assailants were brought to justice. It also investigates the role of Turkish authorities in the protection of religious sites and the impact of government action, indifference, and negligence. Dr. Tuğba Tanyeri-Erdemir, the author of this report, joins Thanos Davelis to discuss the threats to religious sites in Turkey, and break down how they impact religious groups across the country.Dr. Tuğba Tanyeri-Erdemir is the coordinator of AntiDefamation League's Task Force on Middle East Minorities. She is also a non-resident scholar at the Middle East Institute and the co-chair of International Religious Freedom Roundtable's Middle East Working Group. Dr. Tanyeri Erdemir's research focuses on minority rights in the Middle East, heritage management of sacred sites, converted and contested religious buildings, and re-utilization and museumification of religious heritage.Read Dr. Tugba Tanyeri Erdemir's report for USCIRF: Examination of Threats to Religious Sites in TurkeyYou can read the articles we discuss on our podcast here:Thousands march to mark 50th anniversary of student uprisingPM says Athens Polytechnic uprising a ‘beacon' for democracySakellaropoulou honors 50th anniversary of Athens Polytechnic uprisingGermany has ‘psychology of guilt' when it comes to Holocaust, Israel, Erdoğan saysScholz addresses 'differences' with Erdogan on Israel
Was für eine Woche: Bahnstreik, Erdogan-Besuch und Donnerschlag aus Karlsruhe, hektische Suche nach 60 Milliarden in Berlin und die Tage werden auch noch immer kürzer. Moderator Michael Lohse stellt eine außerordentliche Notlage fest und sehnt sich zurück in die goldenen 90er. Von Michael Lohse.
Mijarên di raporta ji Amedê yên vê hefteyê evin, gotinên serokomarê Tirkîye Recep Tayîp Erdogan derbarê Îsraîlê û bersîva Benjamin Netanyahu, kujerê nivîskar û edîtorê Rojnameya Agosê ya Ermenîyan Hrant Dink ku di 19'ê Çileya 2007an de li pêş avahîya rojnameyê hate kuştin, piştî 16 salan ji zindanê tê berdan, serokê nû yê HEDP'ê Tuncer Bakirhan serdana Amedê dike û 15ê Mijdarê 86'emîn darvekirina Seyît Riza, kurê wî û 5 rêhevalên wî bû.
Ein Deutschlandbesuch in schwierigen Zeiten. Dennoch richtig und notwendig, sagen die einen, absagen wäre besser, die anderen. Was erwarten Sie von dem Besuch des türkischen Präsidenten? Moderation: Achim Schmitz-Forte Von WDR 5.
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Der türkische Präsident Erdogan besucht Deutschland Wird essen gehen bald teurer? Die Mehrwertsteuer steigt auf 19 Prozent Vorlesen ist wichtig - bundesweiter Vorlesetag mit viel Prominenz auch in NRW Von Thomas Spickhofen.
Bundeskanzler Scholz und der türkische Präsident Erdogan haben vor einem Gespräch im Kanzleramt nochmals ihre Positionen zum Gaza-Krieg deutlich gemacht. Der Kanzler unterstrich, Israel habe das Recht, sich gegen die fortgesetzten Angriffe der Hamas zu verteidigen. Erdogan warf Israel vor, es habe den Gaza-Streifen dem Erdboden gleichgemacht, 13.000 Kinder, Frauen und alte Menschen seien getötet worden. Er sprach sich dafür aus, dass sich Deutschland und die Türkei zusammen für eine Waffenruhe einsetzen. Beide Politiker plädierten für eine Zwei-Staaten-Lösung im Nahen Osten. Im Anschluss an die Pressekonferenz zogen sie sich zu einem Gespräch im Kanzleramt zurück.
Essen gehen wird wohl bald noch teurer: Die Mehrwertsteuer in der Gastronomie steigt offenbar ab Januar wohl wieder auf 19 Prozent ++ Der Besuch ist heikel und umstritten: Bundeskanzler Scholz empfängt heute den türkischen Präsidenten Erdogan
Während der Pandemie habe es rund um die Covid-19-Vorlagen regelmässig Indiskretionen gegeben. Zu diesem Schluss kommen die Geschäftsprüfungs-Kommissionen von National- und Ständerat. Das habe innerhalb des Bundesrats zu einem grossen Vertrauensverlust geführt. Weitere Themen: (01:30) Corona-Leaks: GPK legen Schlussbericht vor (10:14) Erdogans umstrittener Besuch in Deutschland (18:17) Warum die EU keine weitere Munition an die Ukraine liefert (25:19) Wahlen in den Niederlanden: Das Phänomen Pieter Omtzigt (30:31) Weltweit erste Zulassung für eine CRISPR-Therapie (35:31) USA: George Santos, der Lügenbaron (38:52) Schwierige Zusammenarbeit jüdischer und palästinensischer Israeli
The Turkish parliament's foreign affairs commission delayed a vote on Sweden's NATO membership bid on Thursday in a further setback to the Nordic country's hopes of joining the Western alliance after 18 months of delays that have left NATO allies frustrated. The move comes as Turkey's President Erdogan prepares to visit Germany, has openly aired his desire to be hosted by Biden in Washington, is looking to purchase US F-16s, and doubles down on his support for Hamas while slamming the US, Israel, and the West. Sinan Ciddi and Endy Zemenides join Thanos Davelis to break down how Turkey's holding up of Sweden's NATO bid, its continued support for Hamas, and its lambasting of the West is playing out in Washington.Endy Zemenides is the Executive Director of the Hellenic American Leadership Council.Sinan Ciddi is a non-resident senior fellow at the Foundation for Defense of Democracies (FDD), where he contributes to FDD's Turkey Program and Center on Military and Political Power (CMPP). He is also an Associate Professor of Security Studies at the Command and Staff College-Marine Corps University and Georgetown University's School of Foreign Service.You can read the articles we discuss on our podcast here:Turkish parliamentary committee delays decision on Sweden's NATO membership bidTurkey's parliament to debate Sweden's NATO bid as Erdogan eyes Biden inviteBerlin braces for Erdoğan's anti-Israel vitriolGermany's Scholz to Block Erdogan Plan to Buy Fighter JetsSenate unanimously adopts bill blocking US military aid to AzerbaijanUS Senate passes measure blocking US military aid to Azerbaijan
Recep Tayyip Erdogan hat die Hamas verteidigt und Israel als „Terrorstaat“ bezeichnet. Heute ist er Staatsgast in Berlin. Wie umgehen mit so einem Gast? Und: Der Haushalt für 2024 und neue Milliardenlöcher - ist die Ampel ohne Geld am Ende? (18:54)Schulz, JosephineDirekter Link zur Audiodatei
- Hôm nay (17/11), Tổng thống Thổ Nhĩ Kỳ Tayyip Erdogan bắt đầu chuyến thăm tới Đức. Dự kiến, trong chuyến thăm, Tổng thống Tayyip Erdogan sẽ có cuộc gặp với Thủ tướng nước chủ nhà Olaf Scholz, thảo luận về “toàn bộ các vấn đề chính trị”, trong đó có diễn biến mới nhất liên quan đến cuộc xung đột đang diễn ra ở Dải Gaza. Chủ đề : Tổng thống, Thổ Nhĩ Kỳ, Tayyip Erdogan --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/vov1sukien/support
For Israelis, it's a long-eyed target. For Palestinians, a symbol of their suffering. After days of laying siege to Al Shifa hospital, Israeli soldiers moved in Tuesday overnight after years of claiming that Hamas operated a command center on the grounds of Gaza's largest medical center.
Die meisten Schweizer Skigebiete verlangen diesen Winter mehr für die Tageskarte. Wir ziehen den Vergleich mit dem Ausland. Und: * Umstrittener Besuch: Der türkische Präsident Erdogan ist heute zu Gast in Berlin. Seine Haltung zum Nahostkrieg sorgt für eine kontroverse Ausgangslage.
Mit Stimmen zum Treffen von US-Präsident Biden mit Chinas Präsident Xi, zur Razzia gegen Islamisten sowie zum Urteil des Verfassungsgerichts zum Bundeshaushalt. Zunächst aber geht es um den bevorstehenden Deutschlandbesuch des türkischen Präsidenten Erdogan. www.deutschlandfunk.de, PresseschauDirekter Link zur Audiodatei
Themen sind die Wiederwahl von Pedro Sanchez zum spanischen Ministerpräsidenten sowie der Deutschlandbesuch des türkirschen Präsidenten Erdogan. Zunächst geht es aber um das Treffen zwischen US-Präsident Biden und Chinas Staatschef Xi.www.deutschlandfunk.de, Internationale PresseschauDirekter Link zur Audiodatei
On this edition of Parallax Views, James W. Carden, former adviser to the US-Russia Bilateral Presidential Commission at the U.S. Department of State, returns to the program to discuss his articles "The Coming War in the Caucasus" (The American Conservative), "Israel's Other War: Ethnic Cleansing in the South Caucasus" (Antiwar.com), and "Kurt Campbell: The Lobbyist As Diplomat". Fears are mounting that the Aliyev regime, with the ever-present hand of Erdogan's Turkey, could soon target southern Armenia only months after the ethnic cleansing in Nagorno-Karabakh. We'll also discuss Israel's role in arming Azerbaijan and the potential geopolitical reasons Israel has for doing so. Moreover, we'll discuss U.S.-Armenia relations, the Azeri lobby and it's influence in Washington, D.C., the resignation of Josh Paul from the State Department over the current Biden policy on the Gaza War, how elements of the so-called dissident wing of the American conservative movement's realism and restraint community have betrayed the plight of Armenian Christians, trauma-specialist Dr. Gabor Mate on Gaza, foreign policy fixture Kurt Campbell and his ties to shadow lobbying efforts, and more!
Am 14. November gab Bundeskanzler Olaf Scholz eine Pressekonferenz im Bundeskanzleramt, in welcher er in Bezug auf die Lage im Gazastreifen und israel-kritischen Äußerungen des türkischen Präsidenten Erdogan erklärte, Israel sei „ein Land, das sich den Menschenrechten und dem Völkerrecht verpflichtet fühlt und in seinen Aktionen auch dementsprechend handelt“. Die NachDenkSeiten wollten auf der aktuellenWeiterlesen
On Tuesday Prime Minister Mitsotakis highlighted to German Chanellor Olaf Scholz that Greece has the fastest rate of debt reduction in the world. From around 206% of GDP in 2020, Greek debt is expected to decline this year to around 160% of GDP, and this downward trajectory is expected to continue throughout the decade. Yannis Palaiologos, a journalist at large with Kathimerini and the author of the book The 13th Labour of Hercules: Inside the Greek Crisis, joins Thanos Davelis to look at how Greece has gone from the black sheep of Europe to becoming a leader in debt reduction, discuss how to keep this momentum going, and look at what broader lessons arise for both the EU and the US from Greece's debt Odyssey.You can read the articles we discuss on our podcast here:Greece, a debt cut championWith Grexit Averted, Guess Whose Debt Outperforms?Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis' statements at the joint press conference with German Chancellor Olaf Scholz in BerlinEU countries are haggling over how to tackle high debt and deficit. Here's why it mattersMoody's warning on the massive U.S. debt burden has turned into a noneventAthens taking bigger role in Gaza aidGerapetritis to visit Ramallah for meeting with PA officialsTurkey's Erdogan labels Israel a 'terror state', slams its backers in WestTurkey's parliament to debate Sweden's NATO bid as Erdogan eyes Biden invite
World News in 7 minutes. Thursday 16th November 2023Today: Sweden Tesla strikes. UK Rwanda scheme fails. Israel raid on Al-Shifa Hospital. Türkiye Erdogan criticises Israel. Ghana slavery reparations conference. South Africa bird flu contained. Japan visitor numbers up. Paraguay and Venezuela talking again. U.S. PepsiCo sued on plastic. And Dominica protects sperm whales.With Ben MallettIf you enjoy the podcast please help to support us at send7.org/supportSupporters can read the transcripts at send7.org/transcriptsSupporters can try our weekly news quiz at send7.org/quizContact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or send an audio message at speakpipe.com/send7Please leave a rating on Apple podcasts or Spotify.SEND7 (Simple English News Daily in 7 minutes) tells the most important world news stories in intermediate English. Every day, listen to the most important stories from every part of the world in slow, clear English. Whether you are an intermediate learner trying to improve your advanced, technical and business English, or if you are a native speaker who just wants to hear a summary of world news as fast as possible, join Stephen Devincenzi every morning. Transcripts can be found at send7.org/transcripts. Simple English News Daily is the perfect way to start your day, by practising your listening skills and understanding complicated stories in a simple way. It is also highly valuable for IELTS and TOEFL students. Students, teachers, and people with English as a second language, tell us that they listen to SEND7 because they can learn English through hard topics, but simple grammar. We believe that the best way to improve your spoken English is to immerse yourself in real-life content, such as what our podcast provides. SEND7 covers all news including politics, business, natural events and human rights. Whether it is happening in Europe, Africa, Asia, the Americas or Oceania, you will hear it on SEND7, and you will understand it. For more information visit send7.org/contactThis show is part of the Spreaker Prime Network, if you are interested in advertising on this podcast, contact us at https://www.spreaker.com/show/4907677/advertisement
In Berlin sind seit etwa einem Jahr Polizei und Feuerwehr im Rahmen eines Pilotprojekts mit 300 Bodycams ausgerüstet. Der schwarz-rote Senat möchte ihren Einsatz stark ausweiten. Doch daran gibt es Kritik. Burkhard Dregger von der CDU ist Mitglied des Berliner Innenausschusses und entwickelt das Gesetz mit. Im Gespräch mit Julia Menger und Kerstin Hermes erklärte er, wie es mit dem geplanten Gesetz weitergehen soll. Ann-Kathrin Hipp vom Tagesspiegel kommentiert, ob Bundeskanzler Scholz den türkischen Präsidenten Erdogan wieder ausladen sollte. Und wir sprechen mit Medico International über die verfahrene und humanitär angespannte Lage im Gaza-Streifen.
Eurasia expert Kristofer Harrison makes the case for why the odds of an invasion of Armenia by Azerbaijan are much higher than the market price on Polymarket. 3:54: Interview with Harrison begins 5:06: Do hedge funds use political betting insights? 7:10: Background on Armenia and Azerbaijan 7:56: Why there are tensions between Armenia and Azerbaijan 12:15: Russia's role in the Armenia-Azerbaijan conflict 14:29: Domestic politics in Armenia 15:18: Evidence that Azerbaijan is serious about invading 17:44: Why hasn't Azerbaijan already invaded Armenia? 18:43: Balance of power between Azerbaijan and Armenia 20:37: Have Russia and/orTurkey greenlighted an invasion? 22:08: Will the West stop a war? 24:12: Odds of an invasion 27:24: Influence of the weather in Nagorno-Karabach 29:57: How rogue is Aliyev? 33:43: Religion in Azerbaijan 35:05: How much does Azerbaijan care about international investment? 36:55: How keep up with news related to the Azerbaijan-Armenia market 38:44: Will Putin still be in power by the end of the year? Follow Star Spangled Gamblers on Twitter: @ssgamblers Join Star Spangled Gamblers on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/starspangledgamblers/posts
Uncovering the war in Gaza as we are joined by national security expert, Javed Ali. With more than two decades of experience in national security and intelligence issues, he navigates us through the complex geopolitical landscape, shedding light on the US's steadfast support for Israel, the sizeable aid package in play, and the pressing need for Israel to curtail civilian casualties. We probe deeply into the stances of other key players in the fray, such as Hezbollah and Erdogan, and ponder over the question: is the US unwittingly spiraling into a larger quagmire by failing to address the humanitarian crisis in Gaza? We tread further down the rabbit hole, exploring the potential aftershocks of a multi-front war between Israel and its adversaries. Javed Ali, with his vast trove of experiences, helps us understand the current turbulence in the West Bank, the strain on Israel's resources due to a two or three-front war, and the probability of escalated US involvement. The conversation harks back to the US' role in Lebanon four decades back, speculating on the possible involvement of US special operations forces in the Gaza hostage recovery and the ensuing implications.We shift gears towards the possible recoil in Israeli public opinion should the IDF suffer significant casualties. Ali and I draw parallels between the Israeli ground offensive against Hamas and other conflicts while contemplating the Geneva Convention's mandates for minimizing civilian casualties. As we reach the tail end of our discussion, the necessity for an overhaul of Israeli intelligence is considered, along with the geopolitical repercussions of sustained combat. This is an exploration you won't want to miss.0:00 US Approach to Gaza Conflict11:44 Israel Conflict and US Involvement25:02 US Involvement in Israel Conflict34:56 Israel's Casualties, Public Opinion, Tactics47:15 Geopolitical Implications and Intelligence ReformsMusic: Coma-Media (intro) WinkingFoxMusic (outro)Recorded: 11/3/23
*) "Freedom for Palestine": Thousands march across Europe for Gaza Hundreds of thousands of protesters across Europe have taken to the streets in solidarity with the Palestinian people in response to Israel's brutal bombardment of civilians in Gaza. Protesters gathered in Germany, France, UK, Sweden and Greece, waving Palestinian flags and chanting slogans such as "Freedom for Palestine", criticising the ongoing attitude of the Israeli government in Gaza. *) Israel committing war crimes while the whole world watches: President Erdogan Israel is committing "war crimes" in front of the whole world by targeting hospitals, schools, places of worship, mosques, churches, even ambulances carrying the sick and the dead, and refugee camps, Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has said. Asserting that the Western countries are only watching all these atrocities from the tribunes, Erdogan said that those with a conscience can't remain silent in the face of all this. Erdogan emphasised the importance of establishing a ceasefire, ending the clashes and ensuring the uninterrupted delivery of humanitarian aid to Gaza. *) Hamas calls for swift intervention to allow fuel for Gaza hospitals Meanwhile, Hamas has urged the UN and the international community to “immediately intervene to bring fuel into Gaza to operate hospitals.” It issued the statement in response to a claim by the Israeli army that the group had refused to receive fuel for Al Shifa Hospital in Gaza. Israel claimed that their army had provided Al Shifa Hospital with 300 litres of fuel but Hamas had prevented the hospital from receiving it, while Hamas described the statement as “a lie.” *) Red Cross makes urgent call for protection of civilians in Gaza The International Committee of the Red Cross issued an urgent plea for the protection of civilians in Gaza. The committee said civilians are "trapped in fighting, whether they are trying to evacuate or staying where they are." The attacks are underway in densely populated areas and around hospitals which poses a risk to the lives of the most vulnerable people, the committee added. *) Amsterdam witnesses largest climate protest ever as Dutch election nears Tens of thousands of protesters have marched through Amsterdam demanding immediate action against the climate crisis, 10 days before the country holds a general election. Local police said around 70,000 people joined the march, including climate activist Greta Thunberg and former EU climate chief Frans Timmermans, who will lead the combined Labour and Green parties at the upcoming election. Organisers said the turnout was the largest ever at a climate protest in the Netherlands.
Review of Rory Carroll's "Comandante" [previously in series: Erdogan, Modi, Orban, Xi, Putin] I. All dictators get their start by discovering some loophole in the democratic process. Xi realized that control of corruption investigations let him imprison anyone he wanted. Erdogan realized that EU accession talks provided the perfect cover to retool Turkish institutions in his own image. https://www.astralcodexten.com/p/dictator-book-club-chavez
It's over! Frankly, it was over before it even started! As Zelensky goes into full dictator mode, indefinitely suspending all elections, NBC News is reporting that US and European officials are calling on Zelensky to end the war and negotiate a peace, which of course, is going to require him to give up 20% of Ukraine that has now been officially annexed into Russia. Highlights: “Israel's former prime minister Naftali Bennett, claimed the United States and the UK "blocked" an agreement last year to end the war in Ukraine. There was a peace deal that was being brokered by President Erdogan of Turkey, and Zelensky looked like he was going to go along with it. And that, according to Colonel Douglas Macgregor's analysis, that's all Putin ever wanted all along.” “The Russian frontlines in Ukraine are, according to our good friend Col. Douglas MacGregor, the single most fortified areas on the planet. There is and there has never been any way for Ukraine's already radically depleted and spent forces to break through those lines!” “With NATO officials admitting that the Ukraine war is lost, they are, however inadvertently admitting, that they have lost the liberal world order as well.” Timestamps: [00:49] How the US and the UK "blocked" an agreement last year to end the war in Ukraine [02:39] Why the Ukraine-Russia conflict was over before it even started [06:25] What Zelenskyy is doing in response to all of this Resources: Help Mike beat the deep state and get the comfiest products on the market for the lowest prices yet with CODE: TURLEY! HERE: https://www.mypillow.com/turley The Left is doing everything they can to stop former President Trump from winning in 2024. Now is the time to show our support. Go to https://offers.conservativecollection.com Do you own a 401k or IRA? Are you worried inflation is slowly eating away at your retirement nest egg? Convert your savings to a Gold IRA by going to https://www.gcjdjhs3e.com/TurleyTalks_digital_dollar=Podcast The Courageous Patriot Community is inviting YOU! Join the movement now and build the parallel economy at https://join.turleytalks.com/insiders-club=podcast Get a HUGE DISCOUNT on your ticket to TEXITCON at my link HERE: https://texitconference.com/turley/ Thank you for taking the time to listen to this episode. If you enjoyed this episode, please subscribe and/or leave a review. Sick and tired of Big Tech, censorship, and endless propaganda? Join my Insiders Club with a FREE TRIAL today at: https://insidersclub.turleytalks.com Make sure to FOLLOW me on Twitter: https://twitter.com/DrTurleyTalks BOLDLY stand up for TRUTH in Turley Merch! Browse our new designs right now at: https://store.turleytalks.com/ Do you want to be a part of the podcast and be our sponsor? Click here to partner with us and defy liberal culture! https://advertising.turleytalks.com/sponsorship If you want to get lots of articles on conservative trends, sign up for the 'New Conservative Age Rising' Email Alerts: https://turleytalks.com/subscribe/.
As the war in Israel intensifies, Savage delves into history and religion to interpret the current conflict. Known to millions for his stream-of-consciousness discourse, Savage explores whether God is on the side of the Palestinians or the Israelis. First, hear the shocking report from the Navy SEAL, combat medic congressman who described the slaughter in Israel as a 'level not seen since the Holocaust.' How are progressives supporting Hamas? Why we should NOT ignore Erdogan's warning to declare war on Israel. Who is funding the pro-Hamas protests in America? What is their connection to George Soros? How the Biden Administration created chaos worldwide and nationwide. How the policies and plans first set in motion by Obama are now emerging. How the war in Ukraine relates to Israel and why we may be repeating the mistakes that led to World War 1. He implores us to pray for peace to end the bloodshed of innocent Jews and Palestinians. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Krystal and Saagar discuss Netanyahu declaring a Biblical Wipeout of the Gaza strip as the invasion and death toll mounts, Erdogan holds a rally in Turkey threatening War with Israel, a Russian mob swarms an airport hunting for Jews, Israel loses the information war on Tik Tok, New Speaker Mike Johnson flip flops on Ukraine, Mike Pence drops out of 2024 race, Democrat Dean Phillips challenges Biden in the primary, the Big 3 cave to UAW's strike demands, and we're joined by journalist Lee Fang to talk about his reporting on Christian Televangelists pushing for a Holy War alliance with Israel.To become a Breaking Points Premium Member and watch/listen to the show uncut and 1 hour early visit: https://breakingpoints.supercast.com/ Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoicesSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Krystal and Saagar discuss Netanyahu declaring a Biblical Wipeout of the Gaza strip as the invasion and death toll mounts, Erdogan holds a rally in Turkey threatening War with Israel, a Russian mob swarms an airport hunting for Jews, Israel loses the information war on Tik Tok, New Speaker Mike Johnson flip flops on Ukraine, Mike Pence drops out of 2024 race, Democrat Dean Phillips challenges Biden in the primary, the Big 3 cave to UAW's strike demands, and we're joined by journalist Lee Fang to talk about his reporting on Christian Televangelists pushing for a Holy War alliance with Israel. To become a Breaking Points Premium Member and watch/listen to the show uncut and 1 hour early visit: https://breakingpoints.supercast.com/ Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices