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20th-century former Palestinian President, and Nobel Peace Prize recipient

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Build a Business Success Secrets
Creator of Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives Tells All About American Food with David Page

Build a Business Success Secrets

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 20, 2021 79:23


Two-time Emmy winner David Page changed the world of food television by creating, developing, and executive-producing the groundbreaking show Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives on the Food Network. Before that, as a network news producer based in London, Frankfurt, and Budapest, he traveled Europe, Africa, and the Middle East doing two things: covering some of the biggest stories in the world and developing a passion for some of the world's most incredible food. Page walked through Checkpoint Charlie into East Berlin the night the Berlin wall opened, but his favorite memory of the eastern side before reunification remains the weisswurst sold under the S-Bahn elevated train. He was first served couscous by Moammar Khaddafy's kitchen staff while waiting in a tent to interview the dictator in Libya. Blood oranges at a three o'clock breakfast with Yasser Arafat. Wild boar prosciutto in Rome. Bouillabaisse in Marseille. Cheese pies in Tbilisi. Venison in Salzburg. Nonstop caviar in Moscow. He even managed to slip a few food features in between the headline stories, such as a profile of Germany's leading food critic, which turned out not to be the oxymoron one might assume. Once back in the states, Page has pursued his passion both personally and professionally. Show-producing Good Morning America, he was involved in a substantial amount of food coverage, including cooking segments by Emeril Lagasse. Creating Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives and hands-on producing its first eleven seasons took him deep into the world of American food—its vast variations, its history, its evolution, and especially the dedicated cooks and chefs keeping it vibrant. His next series, the syndicated Beer Geeks, dove deep into the intersection of great beer and great food. It is those experiences, that education, and the discovery of little- known stories and facts that led Page to dig even deeper and tie the strands together in Food Americana. Listen to episode to hear these stories and more! Links from this episode Food Americana: The Remarkable People and Incredible Stories behind America's Favorite Dishes by David Page

Reportage International
Reportage international - Chili: la diaspora palestinienne, la plus grande hors du monde arabe

Reportage International

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 9, 2021 2:28


Plus de 350 000 Palestiniens et descendants de Palestiniens vivent au Chili, où ils ont même leur propre club de foot. Plusieurs décennies après l'arrivée des premières familles, les Palestiniens du Chili ont réussi dans les affaires ou encore la politique, et restent attentifs à la situation dans les territoires palestiniens occupés. De notre correspondante à Santiago, Nous sommes au club palestinien de Santiago, dans un quartier chic près de la cordillère des Andes. Un bâtiment en pierre et aux grandes baies vitrées, entouré de nombreux terrains de sports. À l'entrée, on peut lire « bienvenue » en arabe. Puis Maurice Khamis, président de la Communauté palestinienne du Chili nous reçoit dans une grande salle de réunion en bois, décorée - entre autres - de photos de Yasser Arafat, et de plusieurs cartes de la Palestine, avec les frontières antérieures à la création de l'État d'Israël. « Le plus fort de la migration a eu lieu entre la Première et la Deuxième Guerre mondiale, et surtout après le plan de partage de la Palestine par les Nations unies. Une catastrophe pour nous les Palestiniens. On dit que les premiers à être arrivés ici faisaient de la vente en porte-à-porte avec une petite valise qu'ils transportaient avec eux », raconte Maurice Khamis. Une mobilisation pour les Territoires palestiniens qui se poursuit Aujourd'hui, 350 000 à 500 000 Chiliens seraient d'origine palestinienne, d'après des estimations, car il n'existe pas de chiffre officiel. Presque tous viennent du gouvernorat de Bethléem, et sont chrétiens orthodoxes. Carolina Pichara sort tout juste de la cathédrale San Jorge (Saint-Georges), dans le quartier commerçant de Patronato, à Santiago : « Depuis que ma mère est arrivée de Palestine, nous sommes tous orthodoxes : mes frères et sœurs, mes cousins, mes oncles... Nous venons presque tous ici à la messe, aux mariages, aux enterrements. C'est ici qu'on se réunit », explique-t-elle. Les descendants de Palestiniens ont leur propre club de foot, Palestino, et sont présents dans tous les secteurs économiques, mais aussi en politique. Certains sont par exemple anciens ministres, sénateurs, ou même vice-président de l'Assemblée constituante. Et tous continuent de se mobiliser régulièrement pour le pays de leurs ancêtres, par exemple lors de la dernière guerre dans les Territoires palestiniens, en mai dernier. Vivre dans un pays en paix auprès des siens En 2008, à la demande de la communauté palestinienne du Chili, et via un programme des Nations unies et de l'ONG catholique Caritas, le pays a reçu 130 réfugiés palestiniens. Parmi eux, toute la famille de Nadda Hamlawi, 24 ans. Elle vit aujourd'hui dans la ville côtière de Vina del Mar, à 100 km de Santiago. Je suis née en Irak, mais je suis d'origine palestinienne. Quand les États-Unis ont envahi l'Irak, nous avons vécu dans des tentes pendant deux ans. Puis on nous a dit qu'au Chili vivaient des migrants palestiniens. Et quand nous avons vu que c'était un pays en paix, nous avons tout de suite accepté, car nous voulions quitter les camps de réfugiés. Sa famille, musulmane et originaire de Ramallah, a depuis ouvert un restaurant de shawarma, et Nadda fabrique et vend des pâtisseries orientales, très appréciées par les Chiliens.

On est fait pour s'entendre
Bill Clinton : le jour où il a nié à la télévision toute liaison avec Monica Lewinsky

On est fait pour s'entendre

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 30, 2021 37:13


Nous sommes le 26 janvier 1998. Le Président des Etats-Unis, en conférence de presse avec le leader palestinien Yasser Arafat, prend la parole La mise au point est calibrée, le ton déterminé, le regard trahit une certaine colère. Bill Clinton est dans la tourmente et tient à le faire savoir : Il ne se laissera pas faire. Mais le Monicagate est en marche. Monica Lewinsky, jeune stagiaire à la Maison Blanche trois ans auparavant, aurait entretenu une relation avec le président démocrate. Un Président qui trompe sa femme, ça arrive, et la majeure partie des américains s'en moquent comme de leur premier burger. Non, ce que l'on ne pardonnerait pas au Président : c'est d'avoir menti.

Comprendre le monde
Comprendre le monde S5#5 – Amos Gitaï - "Israël - Palestine : peut-on encore espérer ?"

Comprendre le monde

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 29, 2021 26:28


Il y a plus de 25 ans, le 4 novembre 1995, Yitzhak Rabin, Premier ministre israélien, était assassiné par un extrémiste juif alors qu'il quittait un rassemblement pour la paix à Tel Aviv. Rabin fut, aux côtés de Yasser Arafat, à l'origine du processus de paix entre Israël et la Palestine à travers la conférence de Madrid (1991) puis la signature des accords d'Oslo (1993). Où en est le conflit israélo-palestinien aujourd'hui ? Qu'en est-il de la double opposition au processus de paix de l'extrême droite israélienne et du Hamas suite aux accords d'Oslo ? L'assassinat d'Yitzhak Rabin a-t-il emporté avec lui l'espoir d'une paix entre Israël et la Palestine ? Le réalisateur, scénariste et producteur israélien Amos Gitaï rend hommage à l'ancien Premier ministre israélien à travers un ouvrage "Yitzhak Rabin, chronique d'un assassinat" (Gallimard, BNF) et une exposition à la Bibliothèque nationale de France. Dans ce Podcast, il revient aux côtés de Pascal Boniface sur l'évolution des rapports entre Israël et la Palestine depuis la mort d'Yitzhak Rabin, à l'occasion des Géopolitiques de Nantes 2021. Pour aller plus loin :

Gospel Spice
How should we understand today's Middle East? | Joel Rosenberg, part 2

Gospel Spice

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 15, 2021 47:54


Episode 110 – In the wake of the 20th anniversary of 9/11, how are we to understand the Middle East today? How should Western Christians approach Israel and all things Jewish? What about Bible prophecy in light of the Jewish state today? Who are the enemies and the allies of the West, and of Israel, in the Middle East today? Stephanie is joined again by Joel Rosenberg, New York Times bestselling author of novels and nonfiction books with nearly 5 million copies in print. This is part 2 of Joel Rosenberg's exclusive interview with Stephanie. Make sure to first listen to part 1, episode 109! An evangelical Christian, dual U.S.-Israeli citizen and global influencer living in Jerusalem, Joel Rosenberg embodies the Gospel Spice mission to inspire you to taste and see that the Lord is good, through an in-depth experience of the cultural flavors of Scripture. Joel is an unmatched storyteller with a contagious passion for Christ and his people. This makes him the ideal Gospel Spice anniversary guest as we celebrate our 2nd anniversary this month! Not to mention, Stephanie has been a fan of his books and political analyses for almost 20 years now. In his latest book, Enemies and Allies, Joel asks, “do recent changes in the Middle East signal peace?” One Arab country after another is signing historic, game-changing peace, trade, investment, and tourism deals with Israel. At the same time, Russia, Iran, and Turkey are forming a highly dangerous alliance that could threaten the Western powers. Meanwhile, the U.S. is drawing down its military forces in the Mideast and focusing on matters closer to home. Where's it all heading? Enemies and Allies takes readers behind closed doors in the Middle East and introduce them to the very kings and crown princes, presidents and prime ministers who are leading the change. Today, Joel also tells us about his Jewish family and growing up in America, before moving to Israel with his wife Lynn and his four sons in 2014. We talk spices and Jewish flavors – spiritually and literally! Joel takes us on a tour into Jerusalem—its streets, flavors, smells and most importantly, its uniquely global culture today. How is the Jewish Christian church doing today? Make sure to listen to find out! How can we understand what is happening in the Middle East today, from Afghanistan and Tehran to Jerusalem and Amman? Joel Rosenberg joins us to share a sobering truth about our world today: “To misunderstand the nature and threat of evil is to risk being blindsided by it.” This applies spiritually, but also politically today more than ever, as history has shown. Then we move on to more personal things: how does Joel study Scripture in general, and prophecy in particular? How does his expertise on all things Mideast inform his thriller writing? What should we Christians know about the Middle East today to understand our world? How does our perspective on Israel inform our faith? And, how does prophecy build faith? We talk about expanding our view of God to make Him our delight and glorify Him – a topic near and dear Stephanie's heart, as you might know! How does Joel use his thriller-writing talent to sneak in other topics? Well, you GOT to hear Joel's analogy of the meatloaf smoothie. It's got to do with leveraging our entertainment culture to share the gospel, and it is irresistible. And then, how should Christians view Israel? This is a heavy question with answers ranging from disdain, to ignorance, to idolatry. Joel brings a balanced, discerning view that is sure to inform your approach to all things Jewish—spiritually and yes, politically too. This leads us to a conversation about the famous Abraham accords that normalized relationships between Israel and 4 Muslim nations in 2020: how do these breakthrough accords inform our attitude as Christians today? How about Iran? How about Afghanistan and the role of the US in the Middle East today? MORE ABOUT JOEL ROSENBERG Joel has been profiled by the New York Times, the Washington Times, and the Jerusalem Post and has appeared on hundreds of radio and TV programs in the U.S., Canada, and around the world. As a sought-after speaker, he has addressed audiences at the White House, the Pentagon, the U.S. Capitol, the Israeli president's residence, the Israeli Knesset, the European Union parliament in Brussels, and business and faith conferences in North America and around the world. Joel became famous in 2002 when writing novels that had the uncanny tendency to become reality. He says, “Before my first political thriller was released, I had never in my life been on national television. Nor had I been on but a few small radio shows. But when The Last Jihad was published in November of 2002, I suddenly found myself interviewed on more than 160 radio and TV programs. Sean Hannity. Rush Limbaugh. Michael Reagan. Fox News. MSNBC. I had the opportunity to talk to more than twenty million people in less than sixty days. The media was intrigued that anyone could have written a novel that opened with a plane hijacked by radical Islamic terrorists flying a kamikaze attack into an American city and then led to a war between the United States and Iraq over terrorism and weapons of mass destruction. They were even more intrigued that I'd begun writing nine months before 9/11 and had finished the book before any of it had ever happened for real. How was this possible? Did I work for the CIA? Did I have some sort of inside information? To each host I would explain how after more than a decade in Washington as a senior advisor to a number of U.S. and Israeli leaders including Steve Forbes, Benjamin Netanyahu, and Natan Sharansky, I had decided to write a political thriller about a War on Terror I was convinced was coming and how such a war might be triggered. I explained the research I had done, and the process I'd gone through of writing a first novel. Such questions only intensified after my second thriller, The Last Days, was published in October 2003. It opened with the death of Yasser Arafat and an American president pushing hard for peace and democracy in the Middle East. Thirteen months after it was published, Arafat died, and two months later President Bush decided to make democracy in the Middle East the centerpiece of his second term agenda. What was particularly odd was that the first few pages of Days put readers inside a U.S. diplomatic convoy heading into Gaza as part of the peace process that would involve an Israeli pullout from Gaza and the West Bank when that convoy was attacked by a massive explosion. Just two weeks before Days hit bookstores, something terrible happened. A U.S. diplomatic convoy heading into Gaza as part of the peace process was suddenly attacked by a massive explosion. Among the readers of his books are Vice President Mike Pence, Secretary of State Mike Pompeo, former President George W. Bush, former CIA Director Porter Goss, former Delta Force Commander General Jerry Boykin, former senior White House advisor Jason Greenblatt, Jordan's King Abdullah II, former Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper, former Israeli Interior Minister Natan Sharansky, former Israeli Deputy Foreign Minister Danny Ayalon, and many other US, Israeli, Arab and other foreign leaders. Joel's latest non-fiction book, “Enemies and Allies,” releases this week and is already poised to become a global bestseller (you can order it here: https://joelrosenberg.com/non-fiction/). Do recent changes in the Middle East signal peace? One Arab country after another is signing historic, game-changing peace, trade, investment, and tourism deals with Israel. At the same time, Russia, Iran, and Turkey are forming a highly dangerous alliance that could threaten the Western powers. Meanwhile, the U.S. is drawing down its military forces in the Mideast and focusing on matters closer to home. Where's it all heading? Enemies and Allies will take readers behind closed doors in the Middle East and introduce them to the very kings and crown princes, presidents and prime ministers who are leading the change. Make sure to go to and subscribe at Allarab.news and AllIsrael.com for regular updates. For more information, visit joelrosenberg.com and follow Joel on Twitter (@joelcrosenberg) and Facebook (facebook.com/JoelCRosenberg). Support us!

Gospel Spice
What is happening in the Middle East today? | with Joel Rosenberg

Gospel Spice

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 13, 2021 53:12


Episode 109 – With the 20th anniversary of 9/11 barely behind us, how are we to understand the Middle East today? How should Western Christians approach Israel and all things Jewish? What about Bible prophecy in light of the Jewish state today? Who are the enemies and the allies of the West, and of Israel, in the Middle East today? Stephanie is joined by Joel Rosenberg, New York Times bestselling author of novels and nonfiction books with nearly 5 million copies in print, to celebrate our 2nd anniversary this month. Their conversation was so fascinating that we will publish it in two episodes this week (episode 109, this one, and episode 110 on September 15, 2021). An evangelical Christian, dual U.S.-Israeli citizen and global influencer living in Jerusalem, Joel Rosenberg embodies the Gospel Spice mission to inspire you to taste and see that the Lord is good, through an in-depth experience of the cultural flavors of Scripture. Joel is an unmatched storyteller with a contagious passion for Christ and his people. This makes him the ideal Gospel Spice anniversary guest! Not to mention, Stephanie has been a fan of his books and political analyses for almost 20 years now. In his latest book, Enemies and Allies, Joel asks, “do recent changes in the Middle East signal peace?” One Arab country after another is signing historic, game-changing peace, trade, investment, and tourism deals with Israel. At the same time, Russia, Iran, and Turkey are forming a highly dangerous alliance that could threaten the Western powers. Meanwhile, the U.S. is drawing down its military forces in the Mideast and focusing on matters closer to home. Where's it all heading? Enemies and Allies takes readers behind closed doors in the Middle East and introduce them to the very kings and crown princes, presidents and prime ministers who are leading the change. Today, Joel also tells us about his Jewish family and growing up in America, before moving to Israel with his wife Lynn and his four sons in 2014. We talk spices and Jewish flavors – spiritually and literally! Joel takes us on a tour into Jerusalem—its streets, flavors, smells and most importantly, its uniquely global culture today. How is the Jewish Christian church doing today? Make sure to listen to find out! How can we understand what is happening in the Middle East today, from Afghanistan and Tehran to Jerusalem and Amman? Joel Rosenberg joins us to share a sobering truth about our world today: “To misunderstand the nature and threat of evil is to risk being blindsided by it.” This applies spiritually, but also politically today more than ever, as history has shown. Then we move on to more personal things: how does Joel study Scripture in general, and prophecy in particular? How does his expertise on all things Mideast inform his thriller writing? What should we Christians know about the Middle East today to understand our world? How does our perspective on Israel inform our faith? And, how does prophecy build faith? We talk about expanding our view of God to make Him our delight and glorify Him – a topic near and dear Stephanie's heart, as you might know! How does Joel use his thriller-writing talent to sneak in other topics? Well, you GOT to hear Joel's analogy of the meatloaf smoothie. It's got to do with leveraging our entertainment culture to share the gospel, and it is irresistible. And then, how should Christians view Israel? This is a heavy question with answers ranging from disdain, to ignorance, to idolatry. Joel brings a balanced, discerning view that is sure to inform your approach to all things Jewish—spiritually and yes, politically too. This leads us to a conversation about the famous Abraham accords that normalized relationships between Israel and 4 Muslim nations in 2020: how do these breakthrough accords inform our attitude as Christians today? How about Iran? How about Afghanistan and the role of the US in the Middle East today? MORE ABOUT JOEL ROSENBERG Joel has been profiled by the New York Times, the Washington Times, and the Jerusalem Post and has appeared on hundreds of radio and TV programs in the U.S., Canada, and around the world. As a sought-after speaker, he has addressed audiences at the White House, the Pentagon, the U.S. Capitol, the Israeli president's residence, the Israeli Knesset, the European Union parliament in Brussels, and business and faith conferences in North America and around the world. Joel became famous in 2002 when writing novels that had the uncanny tendency to become reality. He says, “Before my first political thriller was released, I had never in my life been on national television. Nor had I been on but a few small radio shows. But when The Last Jihad was published in November of 2002, I suddenly found myself interviewed on more than 160 radio and TV programs. Sean Hannity. Rush Limbaugh. Michael Reagan. Fox News. MSNBC. I had the opportunity to talk to more than twenty million people in less than sixty days. The media was intrigued that anyone could have written a novel that opened with a plane hijacked by radical Islamic terrorists flying a kamikaze attack into an American city and then led to a war between the United States and Iraq over terrorism and weapons of mass destruction. They were even more intrigued that I'd begun writing nine months before 9/11 and had finished the book before any of it had ever happened for real. How was this possible? Did I work for the CIA? Did I have some sort of inside information? To each host I would explain how after more than a decade in Washington as a senior advisor to a number of U.S. and Israeli leaders including Steve Forbes, Benjamin Netanyahu, and Natan Sharansky, I had decided to write a political thriller about a War on Terror I was convinced was coming and how such a war might be triggered. I explained the research I had done, and the process I'd gone through of writing a first novel. Such questions only intensified after my second thriller, The Last Days, was published in October 2003. It opened with the death of Yasser Arafat and an American president pushing hard for peace and democracy in the Middle East. Thirteen months after it was published, Arafat died, and two months later President Bush decided to make democracy in the Middle East the centerpiece of his second term agenda. What was particularly odd was that the first few pages of Days put readers inside a U.S. diplomatic convoy heading into Gaza as part of the peace process that would involve an Israeli pullout from Gaza and the West Bank when that convoy was attacked by a massive explosion. Just two weeks before Days hit bookstores, something terrible happened. A U.S. diplomatic convoy heading into Gaza as part of the peace process was suddenly attacked by a massive explosion. Among the readers of his books are Vice President Mike Pence, Secretary of State Mike Pompeo, former President George W. Bush, former CIA Director Porter Goss, former Delta Force Commander General Jerry Boykin, former senior White House advisor Jason Greenblatt, Jordan's King Abdullah II, former Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper, former Israeli Interior Minister Natan Sharansky, former Israeli Deputy Foreign Minister Danny Ayalon, and many other US, Israeli, Arab and other foreign leaders. Joel's latest non-fiction book, “Enemies and Allies,” releases this week and is already poised to become a global bestseller (you can order it here: https://joelrosenberg.com/non-fiction/). Do recent changes in the Middle East signal peace? One Arab country after another is signing historic, game-changing peace, trade, investment, and tourism deals with Israel. At the same time, Russia, Iran, and Turkey are forming a highly dangerous alliance that could threaten the Western powers. Meanwhile, the U.S. is drawing down its military forces in the Mideast and focusing on matters closer to home. Where's it all heading? Enemies and Allies will take readers behind closed doors in the Middle East and introduce them to the very kings and crown princes, presidents and prime ministers who are leading the change. Make sure to go to and subscribe at Allarab.news and AllIsrael.com for regular updates. For more information, visit joelrosenberg.com and follow Joel on Twitter (@joelcrosenberg) and Facebook (facebook.com/JoelCRosenberg). Support us!

OldGuyTalksToMe
97. Food Americana, David Page

OldGuyTalksToMe

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 25, 2021 57:55


Two-time Emmy winner David Page changed the world of food television by creating, developing, and executive-producing the groundbreaking show Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives. Before that, as a network news producer based in London, Frankfurt, and Budapest, he traveled Europe, Africa, and the Middle East doing two things: covering some of the biggest stories in the world and developing a passion for some of the world's most incredible food. Page walked through Checkpoint Charlie into East Berlin the night the Berlin wall opened, but his favorite memory of the eastern side before reunification remains the weisswurst sold under the S-Bahn elevated train. He was first served couscous by Moammar Khadafy's kitchen staff while waiting in a tent to interview the dictator in Libya. He has blood oranges at a three o'clock breakfast with Yasser Arafat Once back in the states, Page has pursued his passion both personally and professionally. Show-producing Good Morning America, he was involved in a substantial amount of food coverage, including cooking segments by Emeril Lagasse. Creating Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives and hands-on producing its first eleven seasons took him deep into the world of American food—its vast variations, its history, its evolution, and especially the dedicated cooks and chefs keeping it vibrant. His next series, the syndicated Beer Geeks, dove deep into the intersection of great beer and great food. He is the authors of FOOD AMERICANA which is the inside story of how Americans have formed a national cuisine from a world of flavors.   ORDER YOUR ADDITIVE FREE, ORGANIC, KETO FRIENDLY WINES HERE With your Initial Order Get a Bottle For 1 PENNY- www.oldguytalks.com/dryfarms   What is the most important thing you've done today? How did you develop your interest in food? What is the most exotic food you ever ate? Have you ever gotten sick from what you ate? How do you decide when you are in foreign country weather to buy in eat food from a street vendor? You had dinner with Moammar Khadafy and blood oranges at 3:00 o'clock in the morning with Yasser Arafat. What was that like? In the show Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives were there any places that stood out particularly, Good and Bad? you don't have to mention a name just describe it. Switching gears, to your book FOOD AMERICANA, what is American Cuisine? What is the history of pizza?   Find David Page here Facebook  https://www.facebook.com/FoodAmericana  Instagram is https://www.instagram.com/foodamericana/   Find The Old Guy Here   Website: https://www.oldguytalks.com/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/orest.kman https://www.facebook.com/oldguytalks Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/oldguytalks/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/oldguytalks Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/results?search_query=orest+k-man LinkedIn:https://www.linkedin.com/in/orestkomarnyckyj?lipi=urn%3Ali%3Apage%3Ad_flagship3_profile_view_base_contact_details%3Baip2cJZmSwC4cjkwclnYGg%3D%3D       #oldschool #guy #men #dude #male #gentleman #masculinity #masculine #manhood #antiaging #gentlemanmodern #gentlemanlife #gentlemanrules #gentlemanguide #podcasterthoughts #podcastersoninstagram #podcasterslife #podcastlife:microphone #relationshippodcast #fitnessworldwide  #podcastersofig #podcastersunite #podcastersofcolor #sexpodcast #babyboomerstyle #fitnesspodcast #agingwell  #podcasthost #podcastlove #podcastshow #sixfigures #sixfigureincome #betterlifestyle   

Rendez-vous avec X
1970 - Septembre Noir

Rendez-vous avec X

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 9, 2021 36:58


durée : 00:36:58 - Rendez- vous avec X... - par : Patrick PESNOT - 12 septembre 1970 - "Septembre noir" : le royaume hachémite du roi Hussein de Jordanie déclenche des opérations militaires contre les fedayins de l'Organisation de libération de la Palestine (OLP), dirigée par Yasser Arafat...

Una elección incondicional
Orar por la paz de Jerusalén

Una elección incondicional

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 6, 2021 3:50


han existido diferentes tratados de paz en esta zona que ha sido disputada a través de los siglos. Uno muy relevante llevado a cabo en el año de 1993, fue el tratado de los Acuerdos de Oslo, en donde las naciones árabes de Jordania y Egipto acordarían la paz con Israel, siendo los líderes principales del acuerdo: Yasser Arafat, Yitzak Rabin y el Expresidente de los Estados Unidos, Bill Clinton. Posteriormente, los Emiratos Árabes se convertirían en el tercer país árabe en tener relaciones diplomáticas con Israel, consiguiéndolo gracias al trabajo, en parte presidido por los Estados Unidos, con una acción titulada: “Paz y seguridad en el medio oriente”. Muy interesante si lo asociamos a las profecías bíblicas. ¿Qué significa orar por la paz de Jerusalén?

Le zoom de la rédaction
Dans le bunker d'Arafat et dans un restaurant blotti sous les pins, la Palestine autrement

Le zoom de la rédaction

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 23, 2021 4:40


durée : 00:04:40 - Le zoom de la rédaction - À Ramallah où siège l'Autorité Palestinienne, une visite au musée Yasser Arafat nous plonge dans une Histoire tourmentée. Avant de profiter d'un véritable havre de paix dans un restaurant-piscine arboré.

Appels sur l'actualité
Appels sur l'actualité - [2] Daniel Desesquelle fait ses adieux aux auditeurs de RFI

Appels sur l'actualité

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 9, 2021 19:30


Depuis 1983, vous entendez sa voix sur RFI. Après avoir créé la rubrique Défense, c'est à partir de la chute du mur de Berlin que Daniel Desesquelle s'intéresse à l'Europe. Il a couvert de nombreux événements historiques de la fin du XXème siècle : la révolution de velours en Tchécoslovaquie, l'éclatement de l'URSS mais aussi la première élection démocratique au Bénin, le retour de Yasser Arafat à Gaza. Depuis 2007, vous le retrouvez à la présentation de l'émission Carrefour de l'Europe. A quelques heures d'une retraite bien méritée, Daniel Desesquelle sera à mes côtés demain pour retracer 38 années d'antenne. Si vous souhaitez lui adresser un message ou lui poser des questions, c'est l'occasion rêvée ! Pour participer à l'émission, contactez-nous : * Par téléphone : de France : 09 693 693 70 de l'étranger : 33 9 693 693 70 * Par WhatsApp : +33 6 89 28 53 64 N'OUBLIEZ PAS DE NOUS COMMUNIQUER VOTRE NUMÉRO DE TÉLÉPHONE (avec l'indicatif pays) Pour nous suivre : * Facebook : Rfi appels sur l'actualité * Twitter : @AppelsActu

Appels sur l'actualité
Appels sur l'actualité - [1] Daniel Desesquelle fait ses adieux aux auditeurs de RFI

Appels sur l'actualité

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 9, 2021 19:30


Depuis 1983, vous entendez sa voix sur RFI. Après avoir créé la rubrique Défense, c'est à partir de la chute du mur de Berlin que Daniel Desesquelle s'intéresse à l'Europe. Il a couvert de nombreux événements historiques de la fin du XXème siècle : la révolution de velours en Tchécoslovaquie, l'éclatement de l'URSS mais aussi la première élection démocratique au Bénin, le retour de Yasser Arafat à Gaza. Depuis 2007, vous le retrouvez à la présentation de l'émission Carrefour de l'Europe. A quelques heures d'une retraite bien méritée, Daniel Desesquelle sera à mes côtés demain pour retracer 38 années d'antenne. Si vous souhaitez lui adresser un message ou lui poser des questions, c'est l'occasion rêvée ! Pour participer à l'émission, contactez-nous : * Par téléphone : de France : 09 693 693 70 de l'étranger : 33 9 693 693 70 * Par WhatsApp : +33 6 89 28 53 64 N'OUBLIEZ PAS DE NOUS COMMUNIQUER VOTRE NUMÉRO DE TÉLÉPHONE (avec l'indicatif pays) Pour nous suivre : * Facebook : Rfi appels sur l'actualité * Twitter : @AppelsActu

View Finders Photography Podcast
Gregory Heisler - Making Authentic Portraits

View Finders Photography Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 8, 2021 89:53


Gregory Heisler is a portrait photographer based in Syracuse, New York who has photographed Bill Clinton, George H Bush, George W Bush, Mikhail Gorbachev, Yasser Arafat, Benjamin Netanyahu, Michael Bloomberg, Rudy Giuliani, Bruce Springsteen, Chinua Achebe, Denzel Washington, Mick Jagger, Partick Stewart, Al Paccino, Hugh Grant, Tim Burton, Joni Mitchell, Liam Neeson, Muhammad Ali, Carl Lewis, Shaquille O'Neal, Bill Gates, Bono and countless more household names for publications like Life Magazine, GQ, Esquire, Rolling Stone, ESPN, New York Times Magazine. Greg has shot over 70 covers for Time Magazine and he has also photographed major advertising campaigns for clients including American Express, Ford, Guinness, Merrill Lynch, Nike, Pfizer and Reebok. Gregory is the recipient of the Alfred Eisenstaedt Award and the Leica Medal of Excellence. His book, 50 Portraits, is one of the all-time great volumes on the subject of portrait photography, giving a sharp yet human insight to the process of making editorial portrait photographs. Greg is probably my favourite photographer ever and spending this time with him was one of the absolute highlights of my career. I tried to play it cool on the call but inside I was totally freaking out. The reason I'm such a big fan of Greg's work isn't because of who he has photographed, it's because of how he has produced absolutely beautiful photographs consistently, under high pressure for massive clients in shoots that usually last just a few minutes. For me, when you're doing photography for free, it's EASY. But when you're shooting a world leader or an A-list star for the cover of an international magazine and you've 5 minutes to do it, knowing that there are probably a thousand photographers ready and willing to take your place if you mess up, that's pressure, and for Greg to do it consistently for decades without leaning on a trademark style, technique or gimmick but by creating an array of unique photographs every time, it's phenomenal. Greg's expertise, experience and enthusiasm pour out in this conversation and you're going to hear a master craftsman lift the lid on what goes into making great portraits as well as some amazing anecdotes, an insight into the gear he used over the years and his thoughts on the current state of the photography industry. I hope you enjoy my conversation with Gregory Heisler. Show Notes Get a quote for your unwanted camera gear at MPB: https://www.mpb.com/en-uk/sell-or-trade/ (https://www.mpb.com/en-uk/sell-or-trade/)  Follow this week's guest at the following links:  Portfolio -   https://gregoryheisler.com (https://gregoryheisler.com)  Greg's book, 50 Portraits - https://www.amazon.co.uk/Gregory-Heisler-50-Portraits/dp/0823085651/ref=sr_1_1?crid=2K314Z5EFWE9B&dchild=1&keywords=gregory+heisler+50+portraits&qid=1625519977&sprefix=Gregory+Heisler+50%2Celectronics%2C158&sr=8-1 (https://www.amazon.co.uk/Gregory-Heisler-50-Portraits/dp/0823085651/ref=sr_1_1?crid=2K314Z5EFWE9B&dchild=1&keywords=gregory+heisler+50+portraits&qid=1625519977&sprefix=Gregory+Heisler+50%2Celectronics%2C158&sr=8-1)  Greg's Canon profile - https://www.usa.canon.com/internet/portal/us/home/explore/explorers-of-light/explorer-gregory-heisler/!ut/p/z1/jZDNDoJADISfhqO0EYPgbcUoEjBKALEXAwYXEmQJosS3F38uRCX21s43naZAEAIV0TXjUZ2JIsrbfkfq3tmYmrk00F4wB5G5Lno-sxU7UGH7BPBHMQT6x98DUP_6LVA3AlFrBcvztcBHax3gB-DqY2TqTDX11RQN8xMIpqMW0GeGMpw_Yt5AzxUWEM9F_HoYK2JF40BVckyqpJIvVTtO67o8TySUsGkamQvB80Q-iJOE3yypONcQdkkoT36I2XJA8a25A-s7yQc!/#photo-gallery-lead... Support this podcast

Visión de Oriente Próximo
RADIO SEFARAD - ¿Quién gana y quién pierde contra el martirologio islamista?

Visión de Oriente Próximo

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 25, 2021 20:30


La esencia del mártir: Cuando morir es un privilegioSegún las interpretaciones islámicas de la sharia (ley islámica), cuando alguien muere por causa del Islam, recibe el nombre de shahid (mártir), es decir “el viviente”, según la Sura 3 (Sura Al – Imram) aleyas 169 - 171:             “...Y no penséis que quienes han caído por Alá hayan muerto. ¡Al contrario! Están vivos y             sustentados junto a su Señor, contentos por el favor que Alá les ha hecho y alegres por quienes  aún no les han seguido, porque no tienen que temer y no estarán tristes, alegres por una gracia y favor de Alá y porque Alá no deja de remunerar a los creyentes. ...” Existen casos particulares en los cuales alguien es catalogado como mártir, y todos están asociados con labor a favor de Alá, desde quien muere a causa de una epidemia, ahogado, en el vientre de su madre, protegiendo sus bienes (la tierra por ejemplo), hasta quienes mueren en la batalla por el honor de Alá y su profeta. Desde la propia interpretación de uno de los mayores exegetas islámicos Muhammad Ibn Ismail Al – Bujari (años 810 – 870 de nuestra Era) la muerte siendo considerado un shahid es un un honor que no se puede comparar:             “...Sus almas se han instalado en el Paraiso mientras que el resto esperan en sus tumbas el dia del Juicio.Según palabras del profeta: "Las almas de los mártires están en las vesiculas de unos pájaros verdes que se alimentan de las hojas del Paraíso"...” En ocasiones particulares, cuando el llamado al martirio es para una guerra en el nombre del Islam y promovido por algún líder político y/o religioso. El sustento de las familias de los mártires corre por parte de la comunidad islámica (umma islamiya), en algunos casos por tratarse de un tema político, las propias autoridades se encargan de darle esa manutención a los familiares después de que su hijo decidiera ir a la lucha por la causa Santa. El convencimiento de quien va a transformarse en mártir voluntariamente proviene de la promesa de entrada al paraíso directamente, en ocasiones ofreciendo supuestas 72 vírgenes, en el caso de los varones para su deleite eterno, en el caso de las mujeres el premio será un solo hombre que le bastará para cumplir con todos sus deseos.             Sura 78 (An – Naba) aleyas 31 – 34: "...Por cierto que los piadosos obtendrán el triunfo verdadero [el Paraíso]. Donde habrá huertos y viñedos, Esposas de turgentes senos que tendrán siempre la misma edad, Y copas llenas [de vino que no embriaga]…" Solamente un convencido fundamentalista en el tema religioso lo haría pensando en una recompensa futura, pero para quien tiene una familia establecida, esto no podría ser suficiente. Por este motivo existen fondos de ayuda para la viuda y los familiares directos, se pueden dar ejemplos del conflicto palestino – israaelí. La ex ministra de Asuntos Sociales Palestinos, Intisar Al Wazir (Um Yihad) confesaba en el año 2001 que el gobierno de Yasser Arafat destinaba US$5 millones para los mártires, heridos y prisioneros del levantamiento palestino (Intifada). El grupo islamista Hamas ofrecía en el año 2009, US$3.000 por cada hombre que tomara por esposa a una viuda de un mártir de la guerra contra Israel. Y recientemente el embajador iraní en Beirut indicó que darían US$7.000 para cada familia de un shahid y US$30.000 por cada casa destruida a las familias de mártires en la Intifada por Al Quds (Jerusalén). Argumentó “...Continuaremos apoyando la revolución palestina...” “...la sangre de los mártires liberará toda Palestina desde el mar hasta el rio Jordán...” En el complejo panorama del conflicto entre israelíes y palestinos, la desesperanza, así como el miedo y el odio, son factores que se trasladan entre generaciones, y estos son elementos bien aprovechados por los promotores de los levantamientos populares, sabiendo que estos individuos con diversos problemas, propiamente de la guerra que ya de por sí es un factor que altera la vida de cualquiera, y de los inconvenientes sociales que puede pasar cualquier población, hasta por sus propios líderes de turno. Además, como mencionaría el psicólogo palestino Shafiq Masalha al diario El Mundo de España “...Muchos de los atacantes sufrían problemas personales a raíz de conflictos familiares o aislamiento social...” principalmente en el caso de jóvenes que “...deciden poner fin a sus vidas pero, en lugar de suicidarse, atacan a judíos para convertirse en mártires...” por el honor que esto les acarrea. Los poemas al martirio, los himnos cantados en honor de los muertos principalmente en combate, las honras fúnebres que parecen desfiles militares, las fotos colgando en todas las esquinas y casas de los ciudadanos para exaltar esa imagen, adicionalmente en ocasiones se ponen los nombres de mártires a calles, plazas y demás lugares, para que esa imagen se preserve con el paso del tiempo. Además que cuando un mártir logra acabar con la vida de varios enemigos, se reparten dulces entre los vecinos y transeúntes. De lo anterior, no es nada extraña la estrategia de exhibir públicamente el cadáver de un caído ya sea como combatiente o como efecto colateral de la guerra (niños, ancianos, mujeres, etc.), porque ese cadáver representa a un “viviente” que ha trascendido a la inmortalidad, al paraíso directamente. Pero ellos saben el impacto que ocasiona para la mentalidad no islámica fundamentalista esta manera de actuar, como correr en andas con el cuerpo inerte de un niño, que lo presentarán ante las cámaras en reiteradas ocasiones (Dead baby strategy) para marcar al público ajeno, porque para ellos es parte de la guerra de liberación de lo que consideran sus bienes según la interpretación de los hadices (dichos del profeta) mencionados por Muhammad Ibn – Al Bujari y de Muslim Ibn – Al Hajjaj (821 – 875 de nuestra Era). Dar Al Islam (La Tierra del Islam) es considerado un bien sagrado para Alá y su enviado, por lo que es una obligación defenderla así sea con la propia vida desde la posición radical del islamismo, y este se inculca a nuevas generaciones bajo otros conceptos occidentalizados de “lucha de clases”, “liberación” y “autodeterminación nacional”. Por esto, aún bajo el argumento de la desesperanza o de la lucha por la ocupación, si se envía en grupo o a lobos solitarios con cuchillos, cinturones o coches bomba a atacar a quienes consideran opresores (alzzalimin), infieles (kuffar) u ocupantes (alaihtilal), continúa siendo una lucha motivada por un tema ideológico – religioso, un paradigma que cuesta modificar salvo nuevos y más fuertes intereses, o que la falta de recursos militares y/o económicos les obligue a firmar una tregua (hudna) con su enemigo. También pueden a crear alianzas con enemigos ideológicos (socialistas, activistas progresistas, ateos, etc.) para que les hagan parte de su trabajo sucio de liberación del bien sagrado con estrategias pseudo económicas (BDS) o políticas (presionar en foros de la Comunidad Internacional), al final de cuentas su objetivo es muy asociado al fascismo del siglo XX con la búsqueda del sometimiento y exterminio del grupo que consideran ajeno a sus intereses, ideología e idiosincrasia.Fuente: Diario El Exterior.

MAGIC BRAIN KICKS by Dr. Maria Hoffacker
Weltweit Netzwerken – Kosmopolit und Autor Helmut Sorge #084

MAGIC BRAIN KICKS by Dr. Maria Hoffacker

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 25, 2021 79:20


Dein Netzwerk ist deine stärkste Währung. Eine gute interkulturelle Kommunikation ist wichtig. Und international darf alles sein. Ja, nur wie schafft man sich ein weltweites Netzwerk? Auch unter vielleicht nicht so guten Bedingungen? Helmut Sorge war Kriegskorrespondent im Nahen Osten, in Nordirland und im kriegszerstörten Vietnam. Der langjährige Spiegel-Journalist lebte in Washington, Los Angeles, London und Paris. Er interviewte Hollywoodstars Elizabeth Taylor, Jody Foster, Jane Fonda, Sandra Bullock, Marlene Dietrich (natürlich schriftlich), Angelina Jolie, Robert Redford, Arnold Schwarzenegger und Jessica Lange. Als erster westlicher Journalist erhielt er ein ausführliches Interview mit Yasser Arafat. Und er schrieb zahlreiche Bücher, u.a. die Bestseller-Biografien der Boxlegende Muhammad Ali und der deutsche Tennis-Ikone Boris Becker. In diesem Podcast-Interview gibt er Einblicke in sein Leben und seine Netzwerk-Strategien.   Thomas Gottschalk über Helmut Sorge: „Eine Mischung aus Ian Fleming und Ernest Hemingway. Ein kluger Weltenbummler mit Stil.“ Sein aktuelles Buch: „Ich hätte König sein können: Short Stories aus einer anderen Welt“   Helmut Sorge bei Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/helmutsorge/       Ich freue mich über dein Feedback. Abonniere den Podcast, hinterlasse ein Like und teile die Folge gern mit denen, die sie gebrauchen können. Folge mir auf Facebook #drmariahoffacker, auf Instagram @drmariahoffacker oder vernetze dich mit mir auf Xing oder Linkedin. Ich gebe in meinem Podcast und meinen Programmen Wissen und Tools aus der modernen Neuroscience und wichtige Informationen und Anstöße weiter, damit Weiterentwicklung in diesen besonderen Zeiten gelingt. Mehr Informationen und meine Angebote findest du auf meiner Website: www.Lady-Brain.com. MAGIC BRAIN KICKS - Happiness and success are no coincidence, but the right use of brain power. The podcast of Dr. Maria Hoffacker - biologist, theologian, educator. In this podcast I will show you how you can really use the infinite potential of your brain, your biological supercomputer. You can expect inspiration and practical applications from modern brain research for your personal success. We talk about how to properly feed your head, heart and stomach so that they become your inner power team with which you can achieve everything. At a time when everything is being digitized and artificial intelligence seems to be taking over everything from us, you will find out how superior your own human brain apartment is when you know how to control it properly. In the weekly podcast episodes you will find specific tools, expert interviews and many experience stories from my own life as a marine biologist, environmental manager, science editor and lecturer More Information: www.Lady-Brain.com  

Most memorable journeys
Baria Alamuddin

Most memorable journeys

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 22, 2021 43:04


Baria Alamuddin is an outspoken award-winning political journalist and broadcaster in the Middle East and the UK. She is the editor of the Media Services Syndicate and has interviewed numerous heads of states like Margaret Thatcher, Benazir Bhutto, King Hussain of Jordan, Yasser Arafat and Fidel Castro, to name a few. Baria was the last journalist to interview Prime Minister Indira Gandhi. Baria Alamuddin is also the mother of Amal Clooney who is a celebrated humanitarian, high-powered barrister, mother of twins, and fashion icon—who happens to be married to a George Clooney. Please subscribe, comment, like, and share this podcast with your family, loved ones, and friends. I would love to hear from you You can find me on: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/elisabeth.toufexis Instagram: elisabethvilligertoufexis

PA BOOKS on PCN
“Arlen Specter” with Evan Edward Laine

PA BOOKS on PCN

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 14, 2021 57:38


From his early work as a lawyer on the Warren Commission investigating the assassination of President John F. Kennedy to his days as Philadelphia's district attorney to his thirty-year career as a United States Senator from Pennsylvania, Arlen Specter found himself consistently in the middle of major historical events. During his five terms as senator, Specter met with the likes of Palestine Liberation Organization leader Yasser Arafat and Cuban Prime Minister Fidel Castro and made significant contributions during the fallout of both the Iran-Contra scandal and the Clinton impeachment. His work had a profound influence on the configuration of the United States Supreme Court, the criminal justice system, LGBTQ rights, and stem cell research. Photographs from Specter's personal collection highlight many of these key moments, revealing the rich narrative not only of one man's political career, but how it helped shape a nation. While it will probably be long debated whether Specter's complex and controversial political legacy merits mainly praise or criticism, Arlen Specter sheds new light on the life of a man who fought to make a difference. Evan Laine is associate professor of history at Thomas Jefferson University–East Falls. He is the program director of the law and society major and faculty director for the Arlen Specter Center. Description courtesy of the University of Pittsburgh Press.

Global Security
The word ‘apartheid' is used to describe Israel's control over Palestinians. Why is it so loaded? 

Global Security

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 8, 2021


In the aftermath of 11 days of violence between Israel and Gaza, the term “apartheid” has circulated in the media and among activists to describe the Israeli government's control over Palestinians and the Palestinian territories. But the debate about whether or not Israel's policies amount to apartheid is nothing new.Related: Prospects of a ceasefire offer hope to ending violence between Israel and HamasIn April, Human Rights Watch, the global advocacy group, issued a report accusing Israel of “persecution and apartheid,” including the dispossession, confinement, forcible separations, and subjugation of Palestinian people to “varying degrees of intensity” in certain areas. Groups that use the term do so strategically to emphasize the need for a paradigm shift in the region. But others argue that the word is loaded and that it doesn't apply to the situation between Israel and Palestinians. Related: Why a leading Israeli rights group calls Israel an 'apartheid' stateEric Goldstein, who edited the Human Rights Watch report, said he doesn't take the term lightly. “I think that 20 years ago, we would not have called the situation apartheid,” Goldstein said. Back then, the Oslo peace process was in full swing and many people anticipated the establishment of two states, one for Palestinians and one for Israelis, Goldstein said. “And so, whatever abuses that were occurring in the occupied territories, however bad they might have been, it looked like a temporary situation.” But after 54 years of military occupation — Goldstein said the situation feels very far from temporary.The problem is most glaring in the West Bank, he said, where everyone lives under the same Israeli authority, but Jewish Israelis have full political and legal rights, while Palestinians do not. Related: Israel vaccinates Palestinian day laborers as their families wait Goldstein said this system is a version of apartheid.According to the International Criminal Court, apartheid is a state's system of legalized, racial discrimination in which one racial group is deprived of political and civil rights. Under international law, apartheid is defined as a crime against humanity. “We're not using apartheid like flamethrowers, we're not using it as an insult word. It's a term meant to refer to a particularly severe type of systemized kind of discrimination."Eric Goldstein, editor, Human Rights Watch“We're not using apartheid like flamethrowers, we're not using it as an insult word. It's a term meant to refer to a particularly severe type of systemized kind of discrimination,” he explained. Lessons from South Africa The word apartheid originated in South Africa to describe the racist political system that governed every aspect of life from 1948 to 1991. Over the past 20 years, the term has become much broader. But the word is still so loaded that many experts won't go near it. Nor should they, said veteran journalist Hirsch Goodman, who has covered Israeli politics.  “Apartheid is a sacred word. It is not to be used lightly." Hirsch Goodman, veteran journalist“Apartheid is a sacred word. It is not to be used lightly,” said Goodman, who grew up in South Africa and immigrated to Israel in 1965, as a teenager.  He said the people who use the term apartheid to describe Israel are usually activists who want to present an ugly caricature of the Jewish state and undermine its right to exist. “The word apartheid, having grown up with it — no free press, no free thought, arrest without trial, like Stasi police, 2 million whites subjugating 20 million Black [people], moving populations from rich farmland to bantustans — a system that is so horrible … I can't even begin to see the comparison,” Goodman said. But many South Africans do see the comparison — including the president, Cyril Ramaphosa, who was an anti-apartheid activist. In an interview with France 24 last month, Ramaphosa said the plight of Palestinians triggered a horrible sense of déjà vu.“The images that we've been seeing of people being prevented to move around, of their homes being destroyed, brings back very terrible memories of our own history under apartheid,” he said. Related: Biden is 'no savior' for Palestinians, should hold Israel 'to account'A younger generation of South Africans also sees parallels. Muhammed Desai, an activist with a group called Africa 4 Palestine, was 5 years old when apartheid ended in 1991. In 2004, he took a gap year in Israel. He said that some of his experiences there were “a stark reminder of South Africa's apartheid regime and of Israel's own complicity with apartheid South Africa.”  Israel became a friend of the South African apartheid regime in the 1970s. It was one of the last Western nations to sever ties with the country after global sanctions were imposed in the late '80s.     On the other hand, anti-apartheid freedom fighter Nelson Mandela was friends with Yasser Arafat, then-chairman of the Palestine Liberation Organization. The PLO provided military support to the African National Congress in the 1970s.That's why many Black South Africans identify with Palestinians and are active in the anti-Israel “boycott, divestment and sanctions” movement, Desai said.  The movement has organized Israel Apartheid week on college campuses since 2005.Related: Climate divestment activists draw inspiration from South Africa's anti-apartheid movement“Long before it was fashionable, long before it was attractive or sexy, it was the Palestinans who gave us financial resources, who gave us military training, they gave us other various forms of solidarity, so in some ways, it's paying back for that."Muhammed Desai, activist, Africa 4 Palestine“Long before it was fashionable, long before it was attractive or sexy, it was the Palestinians who gave us financial resources, who gave us military training, they gave us other various forms of solidarity, so in some ways, it's paying back for that,” Desai said. Rhetoric, consequencesThe debate over the term apartheid isn't just about rhetoric — it's about consequences. “Whether you call the situation apartheid, occupation or conflict will determine the particular roles and responsibilities of those involved,” said Leonie Fleischmann, who teaches international politics at City, University of London.The '90s Oslo peace process relied on the term "conflict."“When it's defined as the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, it's a case of two equal sides who need to come together on a negotiation table to resolve the conflict,” Fleischmann said. Now, Fleischmann said, the international community calls Israel's controls over Gaza, the West Bank and east Jerusalem a military occupation.Fleischmann said under this framework, the occupier — Israel — has certain obligations toward the occupied people, the Palestinians. But at the same time, Israel can legally take its security into account.Israel can argue that its recent military campaign against Gaza was necessary “in order to protect the security of Israelis,” Fleischmann said. “...[A]s soon as you start talking about the situation in terms of apartheid, that idea of balancing interests is no longer applicable.”Leonie Fleischmann, educator, City University of London“But as soon as you start talking about the situation in terms of apartheid, that idea of balancing interests is no longer applicable.” Goldstein, with Human Rights Watch, said he wants the international community to talk less about one state or two — and more about how to secure equal rights for everyone, from the Jordan River to the Mediterranean Sea — the full area encompassing Israel and the Palestinian territories. “Let's start with giving everybody their rights and then work for a resolution to the outstanding political issues,” Goldstein said. He hopes that's a vision most people can get behind, whether they use the word apartheid or not.

RT
Going Underground: Is the Palestinian struggle moving back to armed resistance?

RT

Play Episode Listen Later May 29, 2021 28:20


On this episode of Going Underground, we speak to Dr. Yasser Al-Kidwa, the nephew of the late leader of the Palestinian Liberation Organisation Yasser Arafat. He discusses the presidential election next door in Syria which saw Bashar Al-Assad re-elected for another 7-year term, US Secretary of State Antony Blinken’s visit to Ramallah to meet with Mahmoud Abbas, perceptions that the Palestinian Authority and ruling elite are out of touch for still pursuing negotiations with the United States, whether the Palestinian resistance is moving toward armed struggle as Hamas has arguably sidelined the Palestinian Authority, Mahmoud Abbas’ attempts to remove him from the Yasser Arafat Foundation’s board of directors, how the situation would look if Yasser Arafat were to be leading the resistance in 2021, and much more! Finally, we speak to Daniel Levy, Israeli negotiator in the Oslo 2 agreements. He discusses the US’ inaction over the Israeli aerial bombardment of Palestine and how China showed leadership at the UN in trying to begin international action against Israel, whether the Palestinian resistance is moving away toward armed struggle following Hamas’ show of force despite Israeli bombardment, how public opinion among Democrats is shifting toward a pro-Palestinian position after Israeli PM Netanyahu and former President Trump made Israel’s occupation of Palestine a partisan issue, the designation of Israel as an apartheid state and much more!

Global Research News Hour
Israel Post Ceasefire: When the Dreams of Israelis collide with the Hopes of Palestinians

Global Research News Hour

Play Episode Listen Later May 27, 2021 59:33


This week on the Global Research News Hour, as a follow-up to last week's portrait of 11 days of violence in the past month, we will explore the numerous obstacles which continue to shape the ambitions of the Israeli occupation and the lives of the Palestinian people 73 years after Nakba. We first speak with Professor Michel Chossudovsky about the Dagan plan, the death of Yasser Arafat and other variables setting the stage for Israeli violence. Then we get an update from journalist Robert Inlakesh about what is currently happening on the ground between Israelis and Palestinians less than a week into the ceasefire. Finally, we hear from film producer Mike Prysner about his film production alongside Abby Martin of Gaza: Fight for Freedom.

Dr. D’s Social Network
290. David Page - Author of Food Americana, Creator of Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives and Beer Geeks

Dr. D’s Social Network

Play Episode Listen Later May 27, 2021 51:45


Two-time Emmy winner David Page changed the world of food television by creating, developing, and executive-producing the groundbreaking show Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives. Before that, as a network news producer based in London, Frankfurt, and Budapest, he traveled Europe, Africa, and the Middle East doing two things: covering some of the biggest stories in the world and developing a passion for some of the world’s most incredible food. Page walked through Checkpoint Charlie into East Berlin the night the Berlin wall opened, but his favorite memory of the eastern side before reunification remains the weisswurst sold under the S-Bahn elevated train. He was first served couscous by Moammar Khaddafy’s kitchen staff while waiting in a tent to interview the dictator in Libya. Blood oranges at a three o’clock breakfast with Yasser Arafat. Wild boar prosciutto in Rome. Bouillabaisse in Marseille. Cheese pies in Tbilisi. Venison in Salzburg. Nonstop caviar in Moscow. He even managed to slip a few food features in between the headline stories, such as a profile of Germany’s leading food critic, which turned out not to be the oxymoron one might assume. Once back in the states, Page has pursued his passion both personally and professionally. Show-producing Good Morning America, he was involved in a substantial amount of food coverage, including cooking segments by Emeril Lagasse. Creating Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives and hands-on producing its first eleven seasons took him deep into the world of American food—its vast variations, its history, its evolution, and especially the dedicated cooks and chefs keeping it vibrant. His next series, the syndicated Beer Geeks, dove deep into the intersection of great beer and great food. It is those experiences, that education, and the discovery of little- known stories and facts that led Page to dig even deeper and tie the strands together in Food Americana. Music Credit: Monkey Warhol - Lunar Walk

Solo Documental
Munich, Operación Bayoneta

Solo Documental

Play Episode Listen Later May 25, 2021 53:48


Documental sobre los atentados en las Olimpiadas de Munich de 1972 del grupo palestino Septiembre Negro, y la posterior venganza del Gobierno de Golda Meir contra los supuestos implicados en el atentado En agosto de 1972, durante los Juegos Olímpicos de Munich (Alemania), once atletas israelitas fueron asesinados. Dos de ellos fueron ejecutados en sus habitaciones, y los otros nueve mantenidos como rehenes. Los autores pertenecían a la organización palestina 'Septiembre Negro'. Pedían que Israel liberara de sus cárceles a cientos de prisioneros palestinos. Pero Israel dejó muy claro que no cedería a esta pretensión. Esa misma noche, los nueve atletas fueron asesinados en el aeropuerto. En Israel, se congregaron grandes multitudes para reclamar la suspensión de los Juegos Olímpicos. Pero un comunicado del Comité Olímpico dispuso que continuaran. Por otro lado, los israelitas exigían que su Gobierno tomara represalias contra los responsables de aquel atentado. Unos días después, la Primera Ministra israelí, Golda Meir, ordenó al Mossad (Servicios Secretos Israelíes) la captura y eliminacón de los autores. Israel estaba seguro de que la organización palestina 'Septiembre Negro' era la culpable. Ésta era una facción de Al-Fatah, el grupo guerrillero de Yasser Arafat, la principal facción de la Organización para la Libertad de Palestina (OLP). Para Israel el objetivo de 'Septiembre Negro' era la destrucción de su país. Tawfig Tirawi, un ex militante de la OLP admitió, que con este atentado querían dar esperanza a su gente, y que supiesen que su revolución seguía en pie. El gobierno de Golda Meir organizó un comité secreto para la identificación de los presuntos autores, denominado Comité X. Esta organización secreta la integraban los tres ministros más veteranos del gobierno, y la presidía la propia Primera Ministra. Después de que este Comité X los identificara, una nueva unidad del Mossad ejecutaba los asesinatos. Esta unidad la formaban unos veinte israelíes, y era conocida como Kidon (Bayoneta). La única misión de éstos era atrapar a todos los que figuraban en la lista aprobada por el comité secreto. En los siguientes meses y años, actuaron en todo el mundo y asesinaron a más de una docena de miembros de la OLP y 'Septiembre Negro'. Esta operación llego a su fin en enero de 1979, con la eliminación de Ali Hassam Salameh, el líder de Septiembre Negro. Aunque El Mossad nunca ha dicho públicamente a cuántos miembros de 'Septiembre Negro' habían matado, podrían llegar a veinte.

BASTA BUGIE - Storia
Storia dell'infinita guerra arabo-israeliana

BASTA BUGIE - Storia

Play Episode Listen Later May 25, 2021 17:21


TESTO DELL'ARTICOLO ➜ http://www.bastabugie.it/it/articoli.php?id=6587STORIA DELLA INFINITA GUERRA ARABO-ISRAELIANA di Luca Della Torre Uno dei rischi più gravi che minano le relazioni internazionali politiche di questo avvio di millennio è l'opera di dis-informazione e mistificazione dei fatti della Storia che, come nella Fattoria degli animali di George Orwell, mira ad instaurare un sistema di pensiero unico totalitario in nome di un'ipocrita distorsione dei concetti di libertà e di democrazia.La guerra arabo-israeliana ce ne offre un esempio ed è necessario ripristinare i recinti di una verità storica e di una interpretazione storiografica che non si lasci appannare la mente dai tentacoli ideologici che i mass-media propinano al lettore con doloso opportunismo.I violenti scontri armati che divampano in tutto Israele e nelle Striscia di Gaza sono nati per il minacciato sfratto di famiglie palestinesi da parte dei proprietari ebraici di abitazioni nel quartiere di Sheikh Jarrah a Gerusalemme est, il cui suolo fu acquistato già nel lontano 1870 da sudditi ebrei dell'Impero ottomano. La propaganda ideologico-religiosa di tutto il mondo arabo ed islamico - perennemente litigioso ed in conflitto nel proprio seno tra fedi sunnita e sciita, arabi ed iraniani, organizzazioni terroristiche istituzionalizzate come Hamas e Hezbollah, monarchie assolute e populismi totalitari della Fratellanza Musulmana - si è immediatamente ricompattata in un refrain che a livello di cancellerie internazionali, UE ed ONU, è tristemente noto: Israele è uno Stato che si macchia di crimini contro l'umanità e deve essere sottoposto alla macchina della giustizia penale internazionale.Dalla striscia di Gaza, sotto il governo del movimento terroristico di Hamas (si consideri che la stessa mitissima Unione europea ha da anni riconosciuto come terrorista l'organizzazione politica palestinese che amministra Gaza) piovono migliaia di razzi - più di millecinquecento ad oggi - sul territorio di Israele; il leader turco Erdogan, autentica palla al piede della diplomazia NATO in quanto promotore della aggressiva strategia politica neo-ottomana pan-turanista e pan-islamica, definisce pubblicamente gli Ebrei «terroristi senza pietà»; la Guida Suprema del regime teocratico sciita iraniano Khamenei dichiara che Israele non è un Paese, ma un rifiuto della storia, e come tale va eliminato dalla faccia della terra. In sostanza, l'intera Jihad islamica - quel filone di pensiero politico religioso da cui sono sorte tutte le cellule terroristiche che hanno seminato il sangue in Europa in questi anni - si è ricompattata e mobilitata contro il diritto di Israele ad essere riconosciuto e tutelato nella sua esistenza ed integrità territoriale come previsto dai pilastri giuridici del diritto internazionale, artt.2, 42, 51, 55 dello Statuto dell'ONU.ALCUNI PUNTI FERMIAlla luce di questo quadro drammatico, è bene che alcuni punti fermi - sotto il profilo storico-giuridico del diritto e delle relazioni internazionali - siano rammentati e puntualizzati.Nel 1948, dopo che l'Onu stabilisce concordemente con la Risoluzione 181 la partizione della Palestina - per secoli parte del territorio dell'Impero ottomano - in due Stati sovrani (con l'assenso unanime sia degli USA che dell'URSS, sia dei Paesi occidentali che di quelli della Cortina di Ferro, dell'Africa e del Sud America, con la sola eccezione dei membri della Lega Araba), gli Stati arabi violano il patto internazionale ONU, e attaccano le forze ebraiche, che nonostante l'inferiorità numerica salvano i territori assegnati al popolo ebraico e costituiscono lo Stato di Israele. Nel corso di quel primo conflitto gli Arabi si resero responsabili di crimini perseguibili dal Diritto Internazionale umanitario e dei conflitti armati: gli storici ben conoscono le vicende della deportazione dei cittadini ebrei dai quartieri di Gerusalemme, e l'espropriazione delle loro case dal quartiere di Sheihk Jarrah in particolare; la totale distruzione dei cimiteri ebraici della Valle di Cedron ad opera dei carri armati della Giordania, che per sfregio con i cingoli schiacciarono tutte le lapidi funerarie; la loro utilizzazione come manto stradale lungo il Monte degli Ulivi a Gerusalemme.Nel 1967 le forze armate corazzate dei Paesi della Lega Araba si ammassano ai confini del territorio israeliano, circondando dalla Siria al Libano, dall'Egitto all'Arabia Saudita Israele: una condotta che secondo la Risoluzione 3314 dell'ONU rientra nelle fattispecie di aggressione ai danni di uno Stato e autorizza quindi il ricorso alla legittima difesa ex art.51 della Carta ONU: ne scaturirà la guerra dei Sei Giorni, come verrà ricordata, in cui l'esercito israeliano guidato dal generale Moshe Dayan, sbaragliò i Paesi arabi, riunificò Gerusalemme conquistando la Città Vecchia con il Muro del Pianto, ed entrò in possesso - al fine di garantire un "cuscino di difesa" dei territori israeliani di fronte alle ripetute aggressioni arabo islamiche - anche della Cisgiordania, parte della Giordania fra il 1948 e il ‘67, della striscia di Gaza, parte dell'Egitto, oltre che delle alture del Golan in territorio siriano.UNA PERENNE AZIONE TERRORISTICA ALIMENTATA DAI PAESI ARABINel 1973 ancora una volta - con un atto di guerra in violazione dell'art. 2 dello Statuto ONU - gli Stati arabi islamici attaccano Israele di sorpresa durante la festività "dello Yom Kippur": il generale Ariel Sharon rovescia le sorti del conflitto con un'audace offensiva e conquista l'intera penisola egiziana del Sinai.Nel 1982, dopo i ripetuti attacchi dal sud del Libano da parte dell'Organizzazione per la Liberazione della Palestina (Olp) capeggiata da Yasser Arafat, che ha fatto di Beirut la sua base, destabilizzando totalmente il Paese grazie all'uso politico dei campi profughi palestinesi, Israele invade il Paese dei cedri. Fino al 2000 Israele manterrà la sua presenza in quei territori, a causa della perenne azione terroristica filopalestinese alimentata dai Paesi arabi.Siamo agli anni delle cosiddette "Intifade", guerriglie molto invasive sotto il profilo militare, short acts of war in diritto internazionale, in cui l'odio delle popolazioni arabe islamiche verso l'esistenza di Israele come Stato sovrano è alimentato da una propaganda ideologica sempre più giustificata dal valore religioso della Jihad, della guerra santa islamica.È questo l'acme della inaffidabilità diplomatica e della inadeguatezza politico culturale del mondo arabo e palestinese in particolare, nel gestire pacificamente le relazioni internazionali: Ehud Barak, il generale più decorato al valore nella storia di Israele, diventato primo ministro in quota al Partito Laburista, dunque un progressista moderato, propone ufficialmente al leader palestinese Arafat la creazione uno Stato di Palestina con Gerusalemme Est come capitale: sciaguratamente Arafat, succube delle aspirazioni geopolitiche panislamiste e della demagogia del radicalismo della Fratellanza Musulmani nei Paesi arabi sunniti, rifiuta la proposta.E veniamo al conflitto di questi giorni, combattuto con migliaia di razzi da Gaza, scontri nelle strade di Gerusalemme, stato di emergenza nella città arabo-israeliane ai confini con Gaza. I movimenti terroristi di Hamas e della Jihad palestinese hanno a disposizione missili di diversa gittata, con un raggio di azione che va dagli 8 chilometri ai 180, un arsenale che è fornito dall'Iran e dalla Cina, secondo le fonti dell'International Institute for Strategic Studies e dell'IDF, le forze armate israeliane. E' ancora valida la distinzione giuridica tra un'aggressione militare ingiustificata e la liceità della legittima difesa?Nota di BastaBugie: Gianandrea Gaiani nell'articolo seguente dal titolo "Disarmare Hamas a Gaza è solo un miraggio" spiega la situazione dopo il recente breve conflitto di Gaza.Ecco l'articolo completo pubblicato su La Nuova Bussola Quotidiana il 25 maggio 2021:Mentre il cessate il fuoco mediato da Egitto e Qatar sembra reggere all'indomani della fine delle e ostilità a Gaza è tempo di bilanci e anche se tutti si dichiarano a loro modo vincitori al termine di dieci giorni di scontri non mancano gli elementi su cui riflettere.Dall'inizio dell'operazione israeliana "Guardiano delle mura" le Brigate Ezzedin al-Qassam (braccio armato di Hamas) e il Movimento della Jihad Islamica hanno lanciato contro Israele 4.340 razzi, 640 dei quali abortiti al momento del lancio o caduti all'interno della Striscia mentre il sistema di difesa anti missile Iron Dome ha abbattuto circa 3600 razzi, pari al 90% di quelli sparati contro Israele; i missili non intercettati hanno invece colpito le città di Nevit Haasara, Sderot, Ashkelot, Ashdod e Lod, le periferie di Gerusalemme, Nazareth, Beersheba, Holon e la stessa Tel Aviv. Tredici le vittime in Israele tra cui un militare con 117 i feriti gravi (114 civili e tre militari) mentre la risposta militare israeliana ha causato la morte di almeno 248 persone, più della metà delle quali appartenenti alle milizie e oltre 1900 feriti. I bombardamenti israeliani avrebbero distrutto o danneggiato 2mila edifici e 500 rampe di lancio dei razzi oltre a depositi di armi e oltre 100 chilometri di tunnel che collegano la Striscia di Gaza con il territorio del Sinai egiziano.

La radio del fin del mundo
No cesa el fuego -Israel -Palestina / Refugiados de uso político /Popurrí inst @lrdfdm 19.5.2021

La radio del fin del mundo

Play Episode Listen Later May 19, 2021 59:19


miércoles 19 de Mayo 2021 Nota principal Hamas se fundó en la década de 1980 y se ha opuesto a la Organización de Liberación de Palestina (OLP) del difunto Yasser Arafat desde sus inicios. Hay afirmaciones de que el gobierno israelí ayudó a financiar a Hamas en sus primeros días para construir un contrapeso a la OLP. El libro sobre marxismo en el ejército del oficial de la Fuerza Espacial alcanza el número uno en Amazon después de ser relevado Pandemia Investigadores del MIT: Las personas que cuestionan la pandemia están «basadas en más rigor científico» que las que no lo hacen Política La investigación al imperio empresarial del expresidente Donald Trump se amplió del fuero civil al penal. Economia Durante la caída generalizada registrada este miércoles en el criptomercado, sus principales divisas —a excepción de una— se desplomaron por valores porcentuales de dos dígitos. Sociedad Mujer transgénero gana el evento de mini-gira de golf en Florida Final noticias purumpumpum y muchas más noticias que importan (y algunas que no tanto) Temporada 3 ep#68 dale like a la página para quedarte en contacto con @LRDFDM Sitio Web : http://blendenblick.com Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/LRDFDM Instagram : https://www.instagram.com/lrdfdm/ Twitter : https://twitter.com/laradiodelfind1 Bitchute :https://www.bitchute.com/channel/4A23L8lB9c8m/ Youtube : laradiodelfindelmundo LBRY : https://lbry.tv/@LRDFDM:1 Tumblr: https://lrdfdm.tumblr.com/ Babel : https://babel.superocho.org/LRDFDM Podcast : Ivoox: https://de.ivoox.com/es/escuchar-blenden-blick_nq_295679_1.html Anchor : https://anchor.fm/lrdfdm Breaker ,Google podcast, Overcast, Pocket Cast, RadioPublic, Spotify

Histoire Vivante - La 1ere
Questions de Palestine (1/5)

Histoire Vivante - La 1ere

Play Episode Listen Later May 17, 2021 30:29


Un peuple méprisé Histoire Vivante vous propose une semaine sur l’histoire de l'Etat palestinien aux travers de cinq reportages réalisés par la journaliste et reporter Marine Vlahovic. Premier épisode de cette série sur le thème des colonisations récentes et de l’émiettement des territoires promis par les accords d’Oslo aux Palestiniens. Cette réalité provoque lassitude et tensions chez les Palestiniens mais aussi la fragmentation de leur identité. Dimanche 23 mai à 21h55 sur RTS Deux, vous pourrez voir "L’histoire du Mossad", un documentaire de Ina Kessebohm (Allemagne, 2021). Photo: le Président palestinien Yasser Arafat (à droite) lors de sa poignée de main historique avec le Premier Ministre israélien Yitzhak Rabin (à gauche) sur la pelouse de la Maison Blanche alors que les deux leaders sont réunis par le Président américain Bill Clinton dans le cadre des accords d'Oslo, le 13 septembre 1993. Ces accords devaient poser les premiers jalons d'une résolution du conflit israélo-palestinien. (© KEYSTONE/EPA/AVI OHAYON-ISRAELI GOVERNMENT)

Digital Marketing Masters Podcast
173 - The State of The American Food Industry with David Page

Digital Marketing Masters Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 4, 2021 32:01


Matt has a frank food discussion with Author, Producer, and Foodie, David Page about the state of the American food industry and his new book, Food Americana. Two-time Emmy winner David Page changed the world of food television by creating, developing, and executive-producing the groundbreaking show Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives. Before that, as a network news producer based in London, Frankfurt, and Budapest, he traveled Europe, Africa, and the Middle East doing two things:― covering some of the biggest stories in the world and developing a passion for some of the world’s most incredible food. Page walked through Checkpoint Charlie into East Berlin the night the Berlin wall opened, but his favorite memory of the eastern side before reunification remains the weisswurst sold under the S-Bahn elevated train. He was first served couscous by Moammar Khaddafy’s kitchen staff while waiting in a tent to interview the dictator in Libya. Blood oranges at a three o’clock breakfast with Yasser Arafat. Wild boar prosciutto in Rome. Bouillabaisse in Marseille. Cheese pies in Tbilisi. Venison in Salzburg. Nonstop caviar in Moscow. He even managed to slip a few food features in between the headline stories, such as a profile of Germany’s leading food critic, which turned out not to be the oxymoron one might assume. Once back in the states, Page has pursued his passion both personally and professionally. Show-producing Good Morning America, he was involved in a substantial amount of food coverage, including cooking segments by Emeril Lagasse. Creating Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives and hands-on producing its first eleven seasons took him deep into the world of American food—its vast variations, its history, its evolution, and especially the dedicated cooks and 212 Food Americana chefs keeping it vibrant. His next series, the syndicated Beer Geeks, dove deep into the intersection of great beer and great food. It is those experiences, that education, and the discovery of little-known stories and facts that led Page to dig even deeper and tie the strands together in Food Americana. Food Americana on Amazon: https://amzn.to/33ceuUF Digital Marketing Masters Podcast: https://hookseo.com/podcast

Spot Lyte On...
Spot Lyte On...David Page

Spot Lyte On...

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 20, 2021 54:12


Two-time Emmy winner David Page changed the world of food television by creating, developing, and executive-producing the groundbreaking show Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives. Before that, as a network news producer based in London, Frankfurt, and Budapest, he travelled Europe, Africa, and the Middle East doing two things―covering some of the biggest stories in the world, and developing a passion for some of the world’s most incredible food.Page walked through Checkpoint Charlie into East Berlin the night the Berlin wall opened, but his favorite memory of the eastern side before reunification remains the weisswurst sold under the S-Bahn elevated train. He was first served couscous by Moammar Khaddafy’s kitchen staff while waiting in a tent to interview the dictator in Libya. Blood oranges at a three a.m. breakfast with Yasser Arafat. Wild boar prosciutto in Rome. Bouillabaisse in Marseille. Cheese pies in Tbilisi. Venison in Salzburg. Nonstop caviar in Moscow. He even managed to slip a few food features in between the headline stories, such as a profile of Germany’s leading food critic, which turned out not to be the oxymoron one might assume.Once back in the states, Page has pursued his passion both personally and professionally. Show-producing Good Morning America, he was involved in a substantial amount of food coverage, including cooking segments by Emeril Lagasse. Creating Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives and hands-on producing its first eleven seasons took him deep into the world of American food―its vast variations, its history, its evolution, and especially the dedicated cooks and chefs keeping it vibrant. His next series, the syndicated Beer Geeks, dove deep into the intersection of great beer and great food. It is those experiences, that education, the discovery of little-known stories and facts that led Page to dig even deeper and tie the strands together in Food Americana.Learn more about Lyte.

Stand Up Speak Up
Ashleigh Banfield

Stand Up Speak Up

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 12, 2021 114:08


For the past 30 years, Ashleigh Banfield has been consistently one of the most acclaimed anchors in television news, and one of television’s top crime journalists. In her most recent role, Ashleigh hosted Primetime Justice with Ashleigh Banfield on HLN. Just prior to hosting this program on HLN, she anchored Legal View with Ashleigh Banfield on its sister network, CNN. She joined CNN in 2011 as co-anchor of the morning news show Early Start. Over the course of her career, she has covered breaking news from across the country and around the globe. Banfield has reported from the scenes of the bombing at the Boston Marathon in Massachusetts and the shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown, Connecticut. Banfield also reported live from the trials of George Zimmerman, Jodi Arias and Casey Anthony, bringing to light the complicated courtroom proceedings of each case, including questions regarding the death penalty. Banfield was previously a correspondent for ABC News, reporting for Good Morning America, 20/20, World News with Diane Sawyer, and Nightline. Prior to ABC, Banfield anchored and hosted three programs on TruTV (formerly Court TV) including a daily legal news program Banfield and Ford: Courtside; the weekly evening show Hollywood Heat; and the successful prime time special series that she created and co-produced, Disorder in the Court. In 2008, the Gracie Allen Awards named her Outstanding Anchor, recognizing her achievement at Court TV. Her Banfield and Ford: Courtside program coverage of the – Rhode Island Nightclub Fire — earned a Telly Award in 2007. As a correspondent for NBC News from 2000-2004, Banfield reported for The Today Show, NBC Nightly News with Tom Brokaw, and Dateline. Banfield covered the terrorist attacks of September 11th, reporting live from Ground Zero as the events unfolded, which earned her an Emmy Award nomination. After nine consecutive days at Ground Zero, Banfield departed for Islamabad, Pakistan to begin covering the War on Terror. From September 2001 to January 2004, she reported live from Pakistan, Afghanistan, Iran, Iraq, England, Israel, Jordan, Lebanon, Syria and Saudi Arabia. This work earned Banfield and her team a National Headliner Award. During this time, she also anchored several primetime series on MSNBC, including A Region In Conflict and Ashleigh Banfield: On Location. Her most noted interviews include Yasser Arafat, Israeli Prime Ministers Ehud Barak and Shimon Peres, Iraqi Deputy Prime Minister Tariq Aziz, Hezbollah leader Hassan Nasrallah, members of the Al Aqsa Martyrs Brigade, Saudi Prince Al Faisal, Laura Bush, George W. Bush, Bill Clinton, Hillary Clinton, Martha Stewart, John McCain, Sarah Jessica Parker, Jane Fonda, Ben Stiller, Rosie O’Donnell, Donald Trump, Kevin Spacey and Bryan Cranston. Prior to MSNBC, Banfield served as the evening news anchor for KDFW-TV, the FOX affiliate in Dallas. While there, she received her first Emmy Award for “Best News Anchor” for her coverage on the “Cadet Killer,” and a Texas Associate Press Award for the series “To Serve and Survive.” Banfield also worked at Canada’s CICT-TV, as a producer from 1992-93 and from 1993-95 as their evening news anchor and business correspondent. In 1994, Banfield earned two IRIS awards for the “Best News Documentary” and “Best of Festival” categories, where she chronicled the life of a homeless man. Before, and during, her tenure at CICT-TV, Banfield freelanced as an associate producer for ABC’s World News Tonight, where she covered the 1991 Bush/Gorbachev Summit in Russia and the 1992 Clinton/Yeltsin Summit in Vancouver. Banfield received a bachelor’s degree in political studies and French from Queen’s University in Ontario, Canada. In 1992, she continued her language education in an Advanced French Studies program at the University of British Columbia. In 2009, she earned a Journalism Law School fellowship from Loyola Law School in California. Support the show: https://www.standupspeakup.ca/give/ See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Frecuencia
Alejandro Marin, The Music Pimp

Frecuencia "Pi"

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 13, 2021 67:58


Alejo siempre soñó con trabajar en la radio, por lo que desde niño buscó la manera de colarse en los bastidores de una emisora y la primera en recibirlo fue Veracrúz Estéreo en su natal Manizales. Allí sirvió tintos, hizo mandados y limpió corredores hasta conseguir sentarse tras un micrófono; espacio donde rápidamente pudo explorar el talento innato que siempre llevó dentro. Saltó rápidamente a la radio nacional y en Caracol exploró cada peldaño de la estructura. Fue asistente, productor periodístico, traductor simultáneo, editor, dj… En su paso por la radio ha entrevistado a los principales exponentes de la música (entre ellos la leyenda del soul, James Brown) y como productor periodístico llegó a conectar a Yasser Arafat con el entonces presidente de Colombia Andrés Pastrana, y el periodista Nestor Morales en lo que fue una entrevista memorable que sacudió el “establishment” de la radio nacional. El tiempo pasó volando y Marin se convirtió en voz referente de todos los Colombianos de mi generación que crecimos movidos las ondas de una frecuencia AM/FM. Melómano, vinilista, escritor, podcaster, empresario, periodista y hoy director de Todelar y La X103.9FM, hacen de "The Music Pimp" uno de los personajes de radio de mayor influencia en Colombia y America Latina. Un ser admirable y lleno de bondad en una de las charlas más engrandecedoras que haya tenido en este espacio. Marin: Genio! / Música cierre: "Girl is on my mind" - The Black Keys

Rosner's Domain
Ksenia Svetlova: On high hill in the Middle East

Rosner's Domain

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 15, 2021 34:09


Shmuel Rosner and Ksenia Svetlova discuss her book - On high hill in the Middle East, her unique experiences as a journalist and a former Knesset member, and her views on the future of the middle east.   Ksenia Svetlova is a seasoned expert and analyst on Middle Eastern issues, with unique academic and practical experience. She had covered the Middle East extensively and visited many countries in the region, including Lebanon, Syria and Libya, interviewed Palestinian leaders Yasser Arafat and Sheikh Ahmed Yassin, and many high-profile politicians in Lebanon, Syria, Egypt and Jordan. She speaks English, Hebrew, Russian and Arabic. Svetlova served as a member in a committee for foreign affairs and defense during her term as Parliament member. Currently she is serving as a senior analyst at the IPS (Institute for Strategy and Policy) at the Interdisciplinary Center at Herzliya. She is also leading the department for research of ties between Israel and the Middle East at “Mitvim” think-tank for regional foreign policy.    Follow Shmuel Rosner on Twitter.

Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

In this repeat of a classic GGACP episode, Gilbert and Frank chat with one of their favorite performers, actor-writer-director DAVE THOMAS, who looks back on his years with Second City (and "SCTV"), his transition to dramatic series writing, his admiration for Bob Hope and his working relationships with Dan Aykroyd, Eugene Levy, Tom Poston and Martin Short. Also, Richard Harris gets rough, Buck Henry storms out, Gilbert cuts the rug with John Travolta and Mel Blanc plays Dave's dad. PLUS: "The New Show"! Yasser Arafat hits the links! Dave praises Al Jaffee! And the comedy stylings of Max von Sydow! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Jonny Gould's Jewish State
50: Jewish Telegraph at 70: Editor Paul Harris on Palestinians, paywalls and parish pumps

Jonny Gould's Jewish State

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 1, 2020 44:29


Today’s guest is Paul Harris, editor, proprietor and chief executive of the Jewish Telegraph newspaper. Support Jonny Gould’s Jewish State: Paypal: https://www.paypal.com/cgi-bin/webscr?cmd=_donations&business=BW4GZLQCCL29Y&item_name=Podcast+production+¤cy_code=GBP&source=url Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/jonnygould?fan_landing=true Kofi: https://ko-fi.com/jonnygould Find Jonny on Social Media:  https://twitter.com/jonnygould https://www.facebook.com/jonnygouldshow https://www.instagram.com/jonnygould My own modest fiftieth anniversary episode is rather overshadowed by a more significant birthday, the Jewish Telegraph, the north of England (and Scotland’s) foremost community newspaper is 70. Paul Harris is the editor, proprietor and chief executive. Every week - and for the last seventy years, he and his mother and father before him have published the newspaper. Started in Manchester on their dining room table with a borrowed typewriter and £50 capital, it’s grown into a newsroom and advertising platform with 4 regional offices in Manchester, Glasgow, Leeds and Liverpool. He regales us with some great stories over the years involving Yasser Arafat, Michael Jackson and Sharron Osbourne, although they weren’t all in the same room. If I told you the one about Arafat that he interviewed the PLO leader inside his Tunis compound while he was on a family holiday and who he took into the terrorist leader’s cage with him, you'd never believe me. Paul will have to tell you. Listen to the life, career and newspaper of Paul Harris!

Today In Jewish History
27 Marcheshvan: Yasser Arafat y”s

Today In Jewish History

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 14, 2020


Aujourd'hui l'histoire
Dans le chaos, la mort de Yasser Arafat

Aujourd'hui l'histoire

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2020 23:00


Son sobriquet, Yasser, signifiait « facile à vivre ». Pourtant, lorsqu'il a succombé à la maladie, le leader de l'Autorité palestinienne (OLP) était si embourbé dans les tensions avec Israël, avec la communauté internationale et avec les Palestiniens eux-mêmes qu'il a été ardu de savoir sil était mort, puis quand et de quoi, ainsi qu'où il serait enterré. Manon Globensky, journaliste, raconte à Jacques Beauchamp pourquoi la thèse de l'empoisonnement de Yasser Arafat a été si difficile à dissiper.

Seriously…
The Most Successful Assassination in History

Seriously…

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 6, 2020 28:45


The 1990s began with high hopes for peace, never higher than when Palestinian leader Yasser Arafat and Israeli prime minister Yitzhak Rabin shook hands on the White House lawn. By 1995, Rabin – a former general trusted by Israelis as “Mr Security” - was preparing to make the moves, including the handover of territory in the West Bank and Gaza, that might have resolved the conflict once and for all. On November 4, Rabin addressed a peace rally in Tel Aviv, joining in with the crowd as they sang Shir l’Shalom – Song for Peace. As he left the stage, a Jewish extremist stepped forward and fired two bullets into his back. Those bullets not only killed Rabin, they stopped the peace process dead. Rabin was replaced within months by Binyamin Netanyahu, and the country took a very different path, the path on which it remains 25 years later. Jonathan Freedland speaks to those who were there – Rabin’s bodyguard who pounced on the assassin, his closest political adviser who was with him as he died, his grand-daughter whose eulogy moved the world. They are unified in their belief that the killer achieved every one of his aims - stopping peace and condemning both peoples to apparently endless war - making this the most successful assassination in history. Written and presented by Jonathan Freedland Produced by Sarah Peters Researcher: Jonathan Cummings Executive Producer: Iain Chambers A Tuning Fork and Open Audio production for BBC Radio 4

Now I've Heard Everything

It was an iconic White House photo. Israeli Prime Minister Yitzhak Rabin and Palestinian leader Yasser Arafat, shaking hands on a peace deal at the White House, with a smiling President Bill Clinton looking on. Just a couple of years later, in 1995 - on this day in 1995, November 4th - Yitzhak Rabin was assassinated. Less than a year-and-a-half later, his widow, Leah Rabin, wrote a memoir. Not just a memoir of the military and political leader Yitzhak Rabin, but of the husband, father, and grandfather Yitzhak Rabin was.

CFR On the Record
Lessons From History Series: The Life and Legacy of Yitzhak Rabin—25 Years Later

CFR On the Record

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 29, 2020


Former Israeli Prime Minister Yitzhak Rabin was assassinated on November 4, 1995, only two years after he shook hands with Yasser Arafat on the White House South Lawn following the signing of the Oslo Accords. Panelists discuss his legacy, achievements, and the ramifications of his assassination on the Middle East peace process twenty-five years later. The Lessons From History Series uses historical analysis as a critical tool for understanding modern foreign policy challenges by hearing from practitioners who played an important role in a consequential historical event or from experts and historians. This series is made possible through the generous support of David M. Rubenstein.

Soffhäng Podcast
95. Becknar-Biden

Soffhäng Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 21, 2020 51:36


Avsnitt 95 leder oss till Belize! Vi går igenom 10 FANTASTISKA fakta om deras stora blåa hål! I hålet finner vi en jävla dundertrio, lyssna på detta: Yasser Arafat, Ariel Sharon och Jacques Chirac - brings back memories right?! Vi snackar det helt unika och fantastiska bygget av männen ovan (främst Arafat) och vad som krävs för att ta Biden till nya höjder! I konspiratoriet sitter ännu en "död" kändis och väntar... Tacksamma för att ni lyssnar, ta hand om er och varandra!

Le Point J - RTS
A quoi sert un Prix Nobel ?

Le Point J - RTS

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 8, 2020 10:32


Chaque année depuis 1901, les Prix Nobel récompensent travaux scientifiques, œuvres littéraires et efforts pour la paix. Marie Curie, Jean-Paul Sartre, Martin Luther King ou Yasser Arafat ont reçu leurs récompenses. Mais à quoi sert finalement un Prix Nobel ? Et qui de mieux placer qu'un lauréat pour le savoir ? Didier Queloz, Prix Nobel 2019 de physique pour sa découverte de la première exoplanète avec Michel Mayor, répond au Point J. Et défend la célébration de la science. Caroline Stevan Réalisation : Ludovic Labra Nous écrire : pointj@rts.ch

Decision Points
The Enduring Debate over Yasser Arafat’s Strategy and Journey

Decision Points

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 30, 2020 33:21


More than anyone else, Yasser Arafat relished the role of embodying the Palestinian national struggle—even his keffiyeh was shaped to resemble historical Palestine. Some depicted him as a defiant freedom fighter, but he would become reviled by many, especially in the United States and Israel, as an arch-terrorist. His sudden appearance on the international stage came as a peacemaker during the Oslo Accords. What led to that moment, and why couldn’t he clinch the deal to create a sovereign Palestinian state, instead returning to violence? In this episode, David Makovsky hosts Hussein Agha, one of the Palestinian negotiators for the Oslo II agreement and a close advisor to Arafat, and Amos Gilead, former chief of the IDF’s Intelligence Research and Analysis Division. Hussein and Amos have very different opinions regarding the peace process, and this is the first time they have appeared together to discuss Arafat.Audio Clips UsedSYND 7 7 82 ARAFAT INTERVIEWED ON FIGHTING ON BOTH SIDES OF WAR IN LEBANON Signing of the Israeli-Palestinian Declaration of Principles See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Balagan
20 Years to the 2nd Intifada with Dr. Ido Zelkovitz

Balagan

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 29, 2020 37:22


September 28th 2000 marked the 1st day of the 2nd Intifada, also known as the Al-Aqsa Intifada. More than 1,000 Israelis and 5,000 Palestinians died in this bloody era. Along with Dr. Ido Zelkovitz, we tried to understand, what happened, what's sparked the 2nd Intifada, and what was Yasser Arafat's (Former chairman of the PLO and President of the Palestinian Authority) part in the Intifada. Dr. Zelkovitz is an Israeli historian and researcher of the modern Middle East. He is a research fellow at the University of Haifa, a Policy fellow at Mitvim – The Israeli Institute for Regional Foreign Affairs, and the Head of Middle Eastern Studies at the Yisrael Valley College.

I Am Refocused Podcast Show
Judgment With Ashleigh Banfield -premiere set for Sept. 13. Courttv.com

I Am Refocused Podcast Show

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 10, 2020 6:15


ABOUT JUDGEMENT WITH ASHLEIGH BANFIELDJudgment With Ashleigh Banfield, an all-new original series hosted by original Court TV alum and respected former CNN and MSNBC legal analyst Banfield, who made her Court TV return as a special contributor earlier this year. Judgment With Ashleigh Banfield will be a weekly hour-long series taking viewers on a deep dive into the most provocative and talked about trials and cases of all-time. With brand new interviews and exclusive first-time ever reveals, each installment will look to further explore everything people only thought they knew about these touchstones in judicial history. Initial cases featured include those involving Casey Anthony, Jodie Arias, O.J. Simpson, Conrad Murray and others. Judgment With Ashleigh Banfield will be seen Sunday Nights at 8:00 p.m. (ET) with the series premiere set for Sept. 13.FULL BIOFor over 30 years, Ashleigh Banfield has been consistently one of the most acclaimed anchors in television news, and one of television's top crime journalists. She rejoined Court TV this past April as a special contreibutor. One of her recent roles included hosting Primetime Justice with Ashleigh Banfield on HLN. Just prior to hosting this program on HLN, she anchored Legal View with Ashleigh Banfield on its sister network, CNN. She joined CNN in 2011 as co-anchor of the morning news show Early Start. Over the course of her career, she has covered breaking news from across the country and around the globe.Banfield has reported from the scenes of the bombing at the Boston Marathon in Massachusetts and the shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown, Connecticut. Banfield also reported live from the trials of George Zimmerman, Jodi Arias and Casey Anthony, bringing to light the complicated courtroom proceedings of each case, including questions regarding the death penalty. Banfield was previously a correspondent for ABC News, reporting for Good Morning America, 20/20, World News with Diane Sawyer, and Nightline. Prior to ABC, Banfield anchored and hosted three programs on TruTV including a daily legal news program, Banfield and Ford: Courtside; the weekly evening show Hollywood Heat; and the successful prime time special series that she created and co-produced, Disorder in the Court. In 2008, the Gracie Allen Awards named her Outstanding Anchor, recognizing her achievement at Court TV. Her Banfield and Ford: Courtside program coverage of the Rhode Island Nightclub Fire -- earned a Telly Award in 2007.As a correspondent for NBC News from 2000-2004, Banfield reported for The Today Show, NBC Nightly News with Tom Brokaw, and Dateline. Banfield covered the terrorist attacks of September 11th, reporting live from Ground Zero as the events unfolded, which earned her an Emmy Award nomination. After nine consecutive days at Ground Zero, Banfield departed for Islamabad, Pakistan to begin covering the War on Terror. From September 2001 to January 2004, she reported live from Pakistan, Afghanistan, Iran, Iraq, England, Israel, Jordan, Lebanon, Syria and Saudi Arabia. This work earned Banfield and her team a National Headliner Award. During this time, she also anchored several primetime series on MSNBC, including A Region In Conflict and Ashleigh Banfield: On Location.Her most noted interviews include Yasser Arafat, Israeli Prime Ministers Ehud Barak and Shimon Peres, Iraqi Deputy Prime Minister Tariq Aziz, Hezbollah leader Hassan Nasrallah, members of the Al Aqsa Martyrs Brigade, Saudi Prince Al Faisal, Laura Bush, George W. Bush, Bill Clinton, Hillary Clinton, Martha Stewart, John McCain, Sarah Jessica Parker, Jane Fonda, Ben Stiller, Rosie O'Donnell, Donald Trump, Kevin Spacey and Bryan Cranston.Prior to MSNBC, Banfield served as the evening news anchor for KDFW-TV, the FOX affiliate in Dallas. While there, she received her first Emmy Award for "Best News Anchor" for her coverage on the "Cadet Killer," and a Texas Associate Press Award for the series "To Serve and Survive." Banfield also worked at Canada's CICT-TV, as a producer from 1992-93 and from 1993-95 as their evening news anchor and business correspondent. In 1994, Banfield earned two IRIS awards for the "Best News Documentary" and "Best of Festival" categories, where she chronicled the life of a homeless man.Before, and during, her tenure at CICT-TV, Banfield freelanced as an associate producer for ABC's World News Tonight, where she covered the 1991 Bush/Gorbachev Summit in Russia and the 1992 Clinton/Yeltsin Summit in Vancouver.Banfield received a bachelor's degree in political studies and French from Queen's University in Ontario, Canada. In 1992, she continued her language education in an Advanced French Studies program at the University of British Columbia. In 2009, she earned a Journalism Law School fellowship from Loyola Law School in California. https://www.courttv.com/https://www.facebook.com/AshleighBanfield/https://twitter.com/TVAshleighFor more interviews visit: www.iamrefocusedradio.comRadio Sponsor: DOCUmation is a family-owned technology solutions company that provides IT, print, and software-managed services to business and other organizations throughout Texas. Headquartered in San Antonio, TX, our company has been serving customers for nearly 30 years.https://www.mation.com/who-we-are/Podcast Sponsors:Rockafellas Barber Shop San AntonioRico Rodriguez (Owner)www.facebook.com/Rockafellas-Barber-Shop-105026620034718/?ref=page_internal1733 BabcockSan Antonio, Texas 78229Phone: (210) 782-5188The Dear Agency specializes in helping you understand your coverage BEFORE you need it!We offer all lines of personal and commercial insurance, including Auto, Home and Life.Contact Dawn Dear at 210-507-2169 and visit us at 7529 N Loop 1604 in Live Oak, TX or farmersagent.com/ddear

I Am Refocused Podcast Show
Judgment With Ashleigh Banfield -premiere set for Sept. 13. Courttv.com

I Am Refocused Podcast Show

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 10, 2020 6:15


ABOUT JUDGEMENT WITH ASHLEIGH BANFIELDJudgment With Ashleigh Banfield, an all-new original series hosted by original Court TV alum and respected former CNN and MSNBC legal analyst Banfield, who made her Court TV return as a special contributor earlier this year. Judgment With Ashleigh Banfield will be a weekly hour-long series taking viewers on a deep dive into the most provocative and talked about trials and cases of all-time. With brand new interviews and exclusive first-time ever reveals, each installment will look to further explore everything people only thought they knew about these touchstones in judicial history. Initial cases featured include those involving Casey Anthony, Jodie Arias, O.J. Simpson, Conrad Murray and others. Judgment With Ashleigh Banfield will be seen Sunday Nights at 8:00 p.m. (ET) with the series premiere set for Sept. 13.FULL BIOFor over 30 years, Ashleigh Banfield has been consistently one of the most acclaimed anchors in television news, and one of television's top crime journalists. She rejoined Court TV this past April as a special contreibutor. One of her recent roles included hosting Primetime Justice with Ashleigh Banfield on HLN. Just prior to hosting this program on HLN, she anchored Legal View with Ashleigh Banfield on its sister network, CNN. She joined CNN in 2011 as co-anchor of the morning news show Early Start. Over the course of her career, she has covered breaking news from across the country and around the globe.Banfield has reported from the scenes of the bombing at the Boston Marathon in Massachusetts and the shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown, Connecticut. Banfield also reported live from the trials of George Zimmerman, Jodi Arias and Casey Anthony, bringing to light the complicated courtroom proceedings of each case, including questions regarding the death penalty. Banfield was previously a correspondent for ABC News, reporting for Good Morning America, 20/20, World News with Diane Sawyer, and Nightline. Prior to ABC, Banfield anchored and hosted three programs on TruTV including a daily legal news program, Banfield and Ford: Courtside; the weekly evening show Hollywood Heat; and the successful prime time special series that she created and co-produced, Disorder in the Court. In 2008, the Gracie Allen Awards named her Outstanding Anchor, recognizing her achievement at Court TV. Her Banfield and Ford: Courtside program coverage of the Rhode Island Nightclub Fire -- earned a Telly Award in 2007.As a correspondent for NBC News from 2000-2004, Banfield reported for The Today Show, NBC Nightly News with Tom Brokaw, and Dateline. Banfield covered the terrorist attacks of September 11th, reporting live from Ground Zero as the events unfolded, which earned her an Emmy Award nomination. After nine consecutive days at Ground Zero, Banfield departed for Islamabad, Pakistan to begin covering the War on Terror. From September 2001 to January 2004, she reported live from Pakistan, Afghanistan, Iran, Iraq, England, Israel, Jordan, Lebanon, Syria and Saudi Arabia. This work earned Banfield and her team a National Headliner Award. During this time, she also anchored several primetime series on MSNBC, including A Region In Conflict and Ashleigh Banfield: On Location.Her most noted interviews include Yasser Arafat, Israeli Prime Ministers Ehud Barak and Shimon Peres, Iraqi Deputy Prime Minister Tariq Aziz, Hezbollah leader Hassan Nasrallah, members of the Al Aqsa Martyrs Brigade, Saudi Prince Al Faisal, Laura Bush, George W. Bush, Bill Clinton, Hillary Clinton, Martha Stewart, John McCain, Sarah Jessica Parker, Jane Fonda, Ben Stiller, Rosie O'Donnell, Donald Trump, Kevin Spacey and Bryan Cranston.Prior to MSNBC, Banfield served as the evening news anchor for KDFW-TV, the FOX affiliate in Dallas. While there, she received her first Emmy Award for "Best News Anchor" for her coverage on the "Cadet Killer," and a Texas Associate Press Award for the series "To Serve and Survive." Banfield also worked at Canada's CICT-TV, as a producer from 1992-93 and from 1993-95 as their evening news anchor and business correspondent. In 1994, Banfield earned two IRIS awards for the "Best News Documentary" and "Best of Festival" categories, where she chronicled the life of a homeless man.Before, and during, her tenure at CICT-TV, Banfield freelanced as an associate producer for ABC's World News Tonight, where she covered the 1991 Bush/Gorbachev Summit in Russia and the 1992 Clinton/Yeltsin Summit in Vancouver.Banfield received a bachelor's degree in political studies and French from Queen's University in Ontario, Canada. In 1992, she continued her language education in an Advanced French Studies program at the University of British Columbia. In 2009, she earned a Journalism Law School fellowship from Loyola Law School in California. https://www.courttv.com/https://www.facebook.com/AshleighBanfield/https://twitter.com/TVAshleighFor more interviews visit: www.iamrefocusedradio.comRadio Sponsor: DOCUmation is a family-owned technology solutions company that provides IT, print, and software-managed services to business and other organizations throughout Texas. Headquartered in San Antonio, TX, our company has been serving customers for nearly 30 years.https://www.mation.com/who-we-are/Podcast Sponsors:Rockafellas Barber Shop San AntonioRico Rodriguez (Owner)www.facebook.com/Rockafellas-Barber-Shop-105026620034718/?ref=page_internal1733 BabcockSan Antonio, Texas 78229Phone: (210) 782-5188The Dear Agency specializes in helping you understand your coverage BEFORE you need it!We offer all lines of personal and commercial insurance, including Auto, Home and Life.Contact Dawn Dear at 210-507-2169 and visit us at 7529 N Loop 1604 in Live Oak, TX or farmersagent.com/ddear

Jew Oughta Know
100. Israel 1948-1967: Meet Yasser Arafat

Jew Oughta Know

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 24, 2020 24:29


Yasser Arafat starts Fatah, a Palestinian militia, to attack Israel. The Arab countries form the Palestinian Liberation Organization (the PLO) to counter Fatah's influence. And Israel finds itself facing a familiar conundrum: what to do about terrorism? A retaliation operation goes awry.

El libro de Tobias
El libro de Tobias: Especial Yasser Arafat (Cuarta Parte)

El libro de Tobias

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 19, 2020 87:41


En esta cuarta y última parte del recorrido por la biografía de Yasser Arafat se hablará de la destrucción de la infraestructura de la ANP y el acorralamiento de Arafat. De cómo se intentó la delegación parcial de poderes a un primer ministro por prescripción de la Hoja de Ruta, también de la impugnación del liderazgo y amenazas israelíes como antesala del ocaso vital y terminaremos como no, con la muerte rodeada de confusión e incertidumbre de Yasser Arafat. Canciones: • “Palestine Song" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gvaTlBYLDi8 • “Free Palestine” https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=71-4x1Rq6S8 Presentación, dirección, edición y montaje: Asier Menéndez Marín Diseño logo Podcast: albacanodesigns (Alba Cano) Escucha el episodio completo en la app de iVoox, o descubre todo el catálogo de iVoox Originals

Afro Pop Remix
1993(*): Hip Hop Conquers The World! - Spcl Gst Ashley & Terrence

Afro Pop Remix

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 1, 2020 103:10


Topics: WTC Bombing, Urban Fashion, Dr. Dre, Menace II Society, Living Single (Bonus Artist: Luck) http://afropopremix.com/   https://www.vibe.com/2016/01/1993-the-year-hip-hop-and-rb-conquered-the-world "1993: The Year Hip-Hop And R&B Conquered The World" 1993 was a historically transformative period for hip-hop and rhythm and blues. When VIBE Magazine dropped its iconic black and white debut issue in September of 1993—featuring a ridiculously fresh faced Snoop Doggy Dogg gracing the landmark cover—it was yet another reminder how ubiquitous urban culture had become. 1993: Hip Hop Artist that released albums A Tribe Called Quest / Bone Thugs-n-Harmony / Cypress Hill / De La Soul / Digable Planets / Digital Underground / DJ Jazzy Jeff & The Fresh Prince / Eazy-E / Fat Joe / Geto Boys / Heavy D & the Boyz / Ice Cube / Ice-T / Insane Clown Posse / Jodeci / Jungle Brothers / Kid Rock / Kris Kross / KRS-One / LL Cool J / Luke / MC Lyte / Naughty by Nature / Onyx / Queen Latifah / Run-D.M.C. / Salt-n-Pepa / Shaquille O'Neal / Snoop Dogg / Tag Team / The Roots / Too Short / Tupac / Wu-Tang Clan / Yo-Yo Next recording: Sunday June, 28th 2020 Time: Decatur / Tulsa - 12 noon Denver - 11a California - 10a Topics: Social - World Trade Center bombing Social - Urban fashion Music - The Chronic, by Dr. Dre Movies - Menace II Society TV - Living Single 1. 1993 notes 2. Bill Clinton, President 3. Feb – Former tennis player Arthur Ashe, 49, dies of the AIDS virus in New York. Ashe was believed to have contracted the virus from a blood transfusion during a heart surgery ten years earlier. 4. Feb – World Trade Center bombing: In New York City, a van bomb parked below the North Tower of the World Trade Center explodes, killing six and injuring over 1,000. 5. Feb – Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms agents raid the Branch Davidian compound in Waco, Texas, with a warrant to arrest leader David Koresh on federal firearms violations. Four agents and five Davidians die in the raid and a 51-day standoff begins. 6. Mar - ESPN holds the first ever ESPY Awards. 7. Apr – The Kuwaiti government claims to uncover an Iraqi assassination plot against former U.S. President George H. W. Bush shortly after his visit to Kuwait. Two Iraqi nationals confess to driving a car bomb into Kuwait on behalf of the Iraqi Intelligence Service. 8. Apr - Colorado Rockies becomes a baseball team 9. Jun - The final episode of Soul Train with Don Cornelius as host airs. 10. Jul – U.S. President Bill Clinton announces his 'Don't ask, don't tell' policy regarding homosexuals serving in the American military. 11. Sep – PLO leader Yasser Arafat and Israeli prime minister Yitzhak Rabin shake hands in Washington D.C., after signing a peace accord. 12. Oct – A large scale battle erupts between U.S. forces and local militia in Mogadishu, Somalia; eighteen Americans and over 1,000 Somalis are killed. The assault was planned to include an air and ground phase. As the mission was ongoing, Somali forces shot down two American Sikorsky UH-60 Black Hawk helicopters using RPG-7s. A desperate defense of the downed helicopters began, which would become dramatized in the 2001 film Black Hawk Down. Fighting lasted through the night to defend the survivors of the crashes, including the insertion of two sniper commandos who would be posthumously awarded the Medal of Honor. In the morning, a UNOSOM II armored convoy fought their way to the helicopters, incurring further casualties but eventually rescuing the survivors. 13. Nov – President Clinton signs the Brady Handgun Violence Prevention Act into law, requiring purchasers of handguns to pass a background check. 14. Open Comments: 15. Top 3 Pop Songs 16. #1. "I Will Always Love You" Whitney Houston 17. #2. "Whoomp! (There It Is)" Tag Team 18. #3. "Can't Help Falling in Love" UB40 19. Record of the Year: "I Will Always Love You", Whitney Houston 20. Album of the Year: The Bodyguard: Original Soundtrack Album 21. Song of the Year: "A Whole New World" by Peabo Bryson & Regina Belle 22. Best New Artist: Toni Braxton 23. Best R&B Vocal Performance, Female: Toni Braxton for "Another Sad Love Song" 24. Best R&B Vocal Performance, Male: Ray Charles for "A Song for You" 25. Best R&B Performance by a Duo or Group: Sade for "No Ordinary Love" 26. Best Rhythm & Blues Song: "That's the Way Love Goes" by Janet Jackson 27. Best Rap Solo Performance: Dr. Dre for "Let Me Ride" 28. Best Rap Performance by a Duo or Group: Digable Planets for "Rebirth of Slick (Cool Like Dat)" 29. Top 3 movies 30. #1. Jurassic Park 31. #2. Mrs. Doubtfire 32. #3. The Fugitive 33. Notables: CB4, Groundhog Day, The Crying Game, Falling Down, Indecent Proposal, Who's the Man?, Sleepless in Seattle, Poetic Justice, Carlito's Way, A Bronx Tale 34. Top 3 TV Shows 35. #1. 60 Minutes 36. #2. Home Improvement 37. #3. Seinfeld 38. Debuts: Living Single (Forgot to Mention "Martin" debut for 1992) 39. Economic Snapshots 40. Avg. Income: 31k (30k - previously) 41. New Home: 113k (122.5k) 42. Avg Rent: 532 (519) 43. New Car: 12.7k (16.9k) 44. Harvard: 23.5k (15.4k) 45. Movie Ticket: 4.14 (4.25) 46. Gas: 1.16 1.05 (1.05) 47. Stamp: .29 (.29) 48. Social Scene: WTC Bombing 49. A 1,200-pound bomb in a Ryder rental truck parked in a parking garage beneath the World Trade Center exploded. The explosion created a hole about 6 stories deep. An estimated 50,000 people were evacuated, yet only 6 people died. 50. Ramzi Yousef directed the organization and execution of the bombing. He said he did it to avenge the sufferings Palestinian people had endured at the hands of US-aided Israel. He is the nephew of Khalid Shaikh Mohammed - the accused mastermind of the 2001 attacks on New York and Washington that killed nearly 3,000 people and ultimately brought down the World Trade Center. 51. Timeline 52. February 26, 1993 - At 12:18 p.m. ET, a bomb explodes on the second subterranean level of Vista Hotel's public parking garage, below the 2 World Trade Center building. 53. February 28, 1993 - The FBI confirms that a bomb caused the explosion. In the wreckage, federal agents find shattered van parts with a vehicle identification number. 54. March 4, 1993 - Mohammad Salameh is arrested after he claims a refund on a rented van authorities believe carried the explosives. 6 More arrested over next 8 months. 55. March 29, 1993 - The World Trade Center re-opens. 56. August 25, 1993 - Sheik Omar Abdel-Rahman (The Blind Sheik) an Egyptian cleric who emigrated to the United States, is indicted for involvement for in the terrorist plot. Some of the 1993 bombing suspects frequented the New Jersey mosque where he preached. 57. February 7, 1995 - Suspected WTC bombing mastermind Yousef is captured abroad by the FBI and State Department. 58. October 1995 - Abdel-Rahman is convicted of seditious conspiracy and sentenced to life in prison. 59. January 8, 1998 - After being convicted, Yousef is sentenced to 240 years in prison for his role in organizing the bombing. "I am a terrorist and proud of it," he tells the court. He has been locked away in solitary confinement at the federal "Supermax" prison in Florence, Colorado, since 1998. 60. February 18, 2017 - Abdel-Rahman, the blind Egyptian-born cleric who inspired terrorist plots including the 1993 World Trade Center bombing, passes away in an American prison at the age of 78. 61. Question: What do you remember about this attack and/or the 9/11 attack? 62. Social Scene (2) Urban Wear / Street gear explosion 63. First generation of hip-hop acts dressed like the top RnB acts that influenced them: Classic Motown, Rick James, Michael Jackson, Prince, George Clinton, etc... 64. 1983: Run-DMC set a new standard in hip-hop fashion, choosing casual wear like adidas sneakers and Kangol hats over suits, fancy shoes and other expensive gear. They popularized, the B-Boy look of bucket hats, sneakers, and gold chains. 65. Mid 80's Dapper Dan, born Daniel Day, a haberdasher who would import bootlegged fabrics or screen-print logos onto luxury leather, then turn them into one-of-a-kind, street-inflected pieces. His boutique, operated from 1982–92 and is most associated with introducing high fashion (opposite Run-DMC's casual style) to the hip hop world, with high profile clients over the years including Eric B. & Rakim, Salt-N-Pepa, & LL Cool J. 66. 1984-1992: Tommy Hilfiger & Polo Ralph Lauren: Between 1984 and 1989, Ralph Lauren was king of the hip-hop culture. When Tommy Hilfiger was released in the early 1990s, both brands battled each other for the hearts of musicians and the attention of hip-hop fans around the world. In 1992, Grand Puba wrote lyrics for the Mary J. Blige’s song “What’s the 411?” and mentioned Hilfiger because that’s what he was repping at the time. Puba said he gave a shout-out to the brand because rap artists recognized “whatever’s fresh, whatever’s dope.” 67. 1990: Founded in 1989, Cross Colours was geared toward young African Americans to help promote pride in their ethnicity. Based on the principle of “clothes without prejudice,” Cross Colours is one of the most iconic brands to embrace hip-hop culture. In 1990, on the first season of the hit primetime television show The Fresh Prince of Bel Air, lead actor Will Smith wore a series of boldly hued and geometric looks designed by the young Los Angeles–based urban apparel line. African American-owned, founded by Carl Jones and T.J. Walker, the brand quickly skyrocketed. Soon, it was being worn by almost every musical icon of the era. Snoop Dogg, Tupac, Run DMC, Dr. Dre, Lil Kim, Mary J. Blige, members of TLC, television show In Living Color, and Muhammad Ali. 68. 1993: With the mainstream success of hip-hop, street gear/urban wear sales exploded and legitimized "Urban" fashion as a legitimate niche for major retail outlets. 69. Notable brands: Pelle (1978), Karl Kani (1989), Phat Farm (1992), PNB Nation (1992), Fubu (1992), Ecko Unlimited (1993), Mecca (1994), Enyce (1996), Sean John (1998), Rocawear (1999) 70. Question: What old-school gear/style would you still rock today? 71. Music Scene: 72. Black Songs from the top 40 73. #1. "I Will Always Love You" Whitney Houston 74. #2. "Whoomp! (There It Is)" Tag Team 75. #4. "That's the Way Love Goes" Janet Jackson 76. #5. "Freak Me" Silk 77. #6. "Weak" SWV 78. #7."If I Ever Fall in Love" Shai 79. #8. "Dreamlover" Mariah Carey 80. #9. "Rump Shaker" Wreckx-n-Effect 81. #10. "Informer" Snow 82. #11. "Nuthin' but a 'G' Thang" Dr. Dre 83. #12. "In the Still of the Nite" Boyz II Men 84. #13. "Don't Walk Away" Jade 85. #14. "Knockin' da Boots" H-Town 86. #15. "Lately" Jodeci 87. #16. "Dazzey Duks" Duice 88. #17. "Show Me Love" Robin S. 89. #18. "A Whole New World" Peabo Bryson and Regina Belle 90. #19. "If" Janet Jackson 91. #20. "I'm So Into You" SWV 92. #21."Love Is" Vanessa Williams and Brian McKnight 93. #23. "I'll Never Get Over You (Getting Over Me)" Exposé 94. #24. "Ditty" Paperboy 95. #25. "Rhythm Is a Dancer" Snap! 96. #29. "Right Here" SWV 97. #30. "I Have Nothing" Whitney Houston 98. #31. "Mr. Wendal" Arrested Development 99. #33. "Saving Forever for You" Shanice 100. #35. "If I Had No Loot" Tony! Toni! Toné! 101. #37. "Slam" Onyx 102. #38. "Looking Through Patient Eyes" P.M. Dawn 103. #39. "I'm Every Woman" Whitney Houston 104. #40. "Baby I'm Yours" Shai 105. Vote: 106. Number One RnB Albums 107. Jan The Bodyguard - Soundtrack / Whitney Houston 108. Feb The Chronic - Dr. Dre 109. Mar 19 Naughty III - Naughty by Nature 110. Mar Till Death Do Us Part - Geto Boys 111. Apr Loose Control - Silk 112. Apr 14 Shots to the Dome - LL Cool J 113. May Down with the King - Run-D.M.C. 114. May Fever for Da Flavor - H-Town 115. Jun janet. - Janet Jackson 116. June 26 Menace II Society - Soundtrack / Various artists 117. Aug Black Sunday - Cypress Hill 118. Sep The World Is Yours - Scarface 119. Sep Music Box - Mariah Carey 120. Oct Toni Braxton - Toni Braxton 121. Oct 187, He Wrote - Spice 1 122. Nov It's On (Dr. Dre) 187um Killa - Eazy-E 123. Nov Get in Where You Fit In - Too Short 124. Nov Midnight Marauders - A Tribe Called Quest 125. Dec Shock of the Hour - MC Ren 126. Dec Doggystyle - Snoop Doggy Dogg 127. Dec Lethal Injection - Ice Cube 128. Vote: 129. Music Scene: The Chronic by Dr. Dre, (@age 28 yrs. old) 130. Bio: Dr Dre (Andre Romelle Young) is an American rapper, producer and entrepreneur. He is the CEO of Aftermath Entertainment. 131. His initial stint with music was as a DJ in the local club, The Eve After Dark. It was during this time that he took up the moniker Dr Dre that has lived with him all through. In 1984, Dre began his musical career as a member of the musical group, World Class Weckin’ Cru. The group soon dominated the electro-hop scene in the West Coast with their first single, ‘Surgery’ selling more than 50,000 copies within Compton alone. In 1986, he along with Eazy-E, Ice Cube and DJ Yella formed the local gangsta rap group N.W.A. (Niggaz for Life). N.W.A worked on the themes of urban crime and gang lifestyle. Their lyrics were harsh and overt, and brought to mainstream America the slice of ‘real’ life on streets. N.W.A’s debutant studio album, ‘Straight Outta Compton’ met with blockbuster success, selling more than 2 million copies. Its single, ‘Fuck Tha Police’ explored the tension between black youth and police officials. In 1991, the group released its second album, ‘Efil4zaggin’ before disbanding. In 1991, he co-founded Death Row Records with Sue Knight. In 1992, he released his first single, which served as the title track for the film ‘Deep Cover’. The single featured the debut of rapper Snoop Dogg as well. 132. In 1993, Dre made the big leap of his career with his maiden album, ‘The Chronic’. Its singles, ‘Nuthin’ but a ‘G’ Thang’, ‘Let Me Ride’, ‘Fuck with Dre Day’ created a revolution in the music industry, making the album a cultural phenomenon. The album with its G-funk sound dominated the hip hop music for the early 1990s.Following success as a rapper, he switched to being a producer. He produced Snoop Dogg’s debut album, ‘Doggystyle’, Tupac Shakur’s work, ‘All Eyez on Me’ and several film songs. 133. In 1996, following contractual dispute, he left Death Row Records for good. Same year, he set up his own label, Aftermath Entertainment in connection with Interscope Records. 134. Audio clip 1 - Review 135. Audio clip 2 - Jimmy Iovine 136. Question: Are you tired of Ganster Rap? If so, when and why? 137. Movie Scene: Menace II Society 138. Audio Clip Trailer 139. Firmly established "Hood" films as commercially viable, just like fashion. 140. Question: which of the following is your favorite "hood" film? 141. Colors, 1988 / King Of New York, 1990 / Boyz N The Hood, 1991 / Juice, 1992 / New Jack City, 1992 / South Central, 1992 / Deep Cover 1992 / Menace II Society, 1993 / Poetic Justice, 1993 / Sugar Hill, 1993 / Strapped, 1993 / CB4*, 1993 142. Soon to come: Fresh (1994) / Above the Rim (1994) / Friday (1995) / Higher Learning (1995) / New Jersey Drive (1995) / Set It Off (1996) / Dead Presidents (1995) / Hoodlum (1997) / The Players Club (1998) / Belly (1998) / In Too Deep (1999) 143. TV Scene: Living Single, starring Queen Latifah (@ 23 yrs. old) 144. Audio clip Theme song 145. Queen Latifah is an American singer, songwriter, rapper, actress, record producer and talk show host 146. Dana Elaine Owens was born on 18th March 1970 in Newark, New Jersey, to Lance and Rita Owens. Her father was in police services. Her parents got divorced when she was eight. She was raised by her mother in Baptist faith. Her mother played a catalyst role in her music career. She had an older brother, Lance Owens, who also worked in police service. He died in a motorbike accident in 1992. This motorbike was presented to him by Latifah. She attended Catholic School in Newark, New Jersey. During her high school days, she was part of girls’ basketball team. She began rapping during high school. She formed her first rap group ‘Ladies Fresh’ when she was in junior year. She met local DJ Mark James. He formed a group named ‘Flavor Unit’ of which Latifah was the original member. James made a demo record of Latifah's rap ‘Princess of the Posse’. This recording caught attention of ‘Tommy Boy Music’ who immediately signed Latifah. In 1988, this music company offered her first single, ‘Wrath of My Madness’. The song got a positive response and she got an opportunity of a European tour and to perform at the ‘Apollo Theater’. In 1989, when she was just 19 years old, Latifah released her first album, ‘All Hail to the Queen’, which went on to sell more than 1 million copies. 147. Queen invested her money in a small video store on the ground floor of her apartment. She elevated this business to turn it into a record production company. In 1991, when she was just 21 years old, she rolled out ‘Flavor Unit Records and Management Company’ in New Jersey in partnership with her old friend Shakim Compere. She became the CEO of this company. In the same year, she also tried her hands at acting. She debuted in inter-racial romance drama ‘Jungle Fever’. In 1992, she appeared in crime thriller ‘Juice’. 148. Soon she grabbed a leading role in the groundbreaking a sitcom ‘Living Single’. 149. By late 1993, her record company signed 17 rap groups. One of these groups, ‘Naughty by nature’, was extraordinarily successful. In the same year, this company released, album ‘Black Reign’. 150. audio clip - Friends vs Living Single 151. Question: Did Friends have any character that was better than Living Single? 152. Vote: Best/most important/favorite pop culture item from 1993?

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Far East Travels Podcast
Life in Conflict Zones/Yasser Arafat/COVID-19 in Vietnam With Retired CNN/ABC News Photojournalist Ste

Far East Travels Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 28, 2020 65:19


Retired CNN/ABC News/Reuters photojournalist Stephan Patterson shares stories from his career spent in the Middle East, including his meeting with Yasser Arafat, The Bosnian War, and his recent trip to Vietnam. Stephan shares his thoughts from the ground on how Vietnam has been coping with the COVID-19 pandemic compared with his experience returning to the United States. I'm very honored to have Stephan as a guest on the podcast and hearing some of his legendary stories for the first time including his meeting with the former Chairman of the PLO Yasser Arafat, and his close encounter with Bosnian Serb military commander Ratko Mladic, who was later found guilty of war crimes, crimes against humanity, and genocide by The International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia. Stephan recently visited Vietnam just as quarantining, health declarations, and eventually social distancing had been excelerated. Stephan shares his thoughts on his personal experience being tested for COVID-19, travel within the country, and his eventual return to the United States. Thanks so much for listening. I would love to connect with you either on Instagram, Facebook, or Twitter. All links can be found on my website:https://fareasttravels.com. Email is great too! john@fareasttravels.comSupport the podcast:https://www.patreon.com/FarEastTravels

Israel News Talk Radio
Orly Speaks with Bibi's Former Commanding Officer! - From Jerusalem With Love

Israel News Talk Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 16, 2020 44:22


In this exciting show, Orly Benny Davis speaks with Uzi Dayan, a member of knesset and the former commanding officer of Binyamin Netanyahu! Uzi Dayan served as head of Central Command, Deputy Chief of Staff, and headed the Israeli National Security Council (2003–2005). He was a member and later head of an elite commando unit that reportedly made eight to ten attempts to assassinate Yasser Arafat. What does he think of Bibi, and does he think Bibi will be able to form a new government? Also, Orly speaks to Oren Raccha in Italy, as he gives her a report of the corona situation there on the ground, as well as his thoughts if Italian Jews will now make aliyah and move to Israel. From Jerusalem With Love 16APR2020 - PODCAST

The Good Fight Radio Show
Donald Trump's Unbiblical Peace Plan

The Good Fight Radio Show

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 6, 2020 29:25


On today's episode we discuss President Trump's new "Peace to Prosperity" Middle East peace plan that he has recently proposed. What does the bible say about dividing up the land of Israel? Who did God give this land to and who has the rights to it according to the bible? “Don't Mess With the Weather Man” (5-Part Teaching by Joe Schimmel) https://www.goodfight.org/product/dont-mess-with-the-weather-man/ Tony mentioned that he researched at least ten times natural phenomenon happened after trying to divide up God's land. There are many more instances (mentioned in Joe's message above), but here are the ten Tony found: March 26, 1979 Egypt-Israel Peace Treaty 2 days later was the 3-Mile Island accident, the worst nuclear power plant disaster. October 30, 1991 Madrid Peace Conference, Pres Bush Sr “territorial compromise is essential for peace” A storm traveled 1000 miles in the wrong direction and slammed into Bush's home in Maine. August 23, 1992 Madrid Peace Conference moved to Washington D.C. Hurricane Andrew hit Florida causing $30B in damage, the worst in history at that time. January 16, 1994 Pres Clinton asks Res Assad of Syria to give up the Golan Heights Within 24 hours the Northridge earthquake hits Southern California, the second worst disaster at that time. January 21, 1998 Clinton and Madeleine Albright snub Netanyahu at the White House The same day the Monica Lewinsky scandal broke (not so "natural phenomenon"). September 28, 1998 Madeleine Albright works on plan for Israel to give up 13 percent of Judea and Samaria The same day Hurricane George slams into the Gulf Coast with winds of 175 MPH. May 3, 1999 Palestinian leader Yasser Arafat to hold press conference to declare creation of Palestinian state with Jerusalem as its capital That same day the most powerful tornadoes ever recorded ripped through Oklahoma and Kansas. April 30, 2003 “The Road Map To Peace” presented to PM Ariel Sharon by U.S. Ambassador Daniel Kurtzer Over the next 7 days the U.S. was hit by 412 tornadoes, the largest tornado cluster ever recorded at that time. In 2005, Pres Bush Jr convinced Israel to remove all Jewish settlers from Gaza and give it to Palestinians The very last of the settlers evacuated on August 23, 2005 – on that very day the storm Katrina formed over the Bahamas and eventually devastated New Orleans. It was the costliest disaster in U.S. history at that time. May 19, 2011 Pres Obama tells Israel they must return to pre-1967 borders Three days later (May 22, 2011) an EF-5 multiple vortex tornado ripped through Joplin, MO. It was the costliest single tornado in U.S. history.