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Experience as an American woman traveling to Iran Iranian women's reaction to her as an American woman Lessons brought back home about living in a foreign country Writing A Broad Abroad in Iran What Americans should know about how they are viewed by locals in foreign countries A Broad Abroad in Iran Dodie Cross CrossRoads Publishing (2012) ISBN 9780985040901 Reviewed by Olivera Baumgartner-Jackson for Reader Views (10/12) Read interview with author on ReaderViews.com Read the review on ReaderViews.com
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This episode of Global Peeks sits with A. Akbar Muhammad, the International Representative of the Nation of Islam and the Hon. Minister Louis Farrakhan to discuss his trip & the delegation of the Nation of Islam who just returned from Iran.
TEHRAN, Iran - The horrific issues of racism and police brutality in America were the focus of the third annual New Horizon Conference themed “On the Brink” where several activists presented talks on the injustices of the united States against Black, Brown, Red & the poor. A delegation from the Nation of Islam also presented at the conference.
On September 6, we were fortunate enough to host a live show at the 2015 Philadelphia Podcast Festival, and we're glad to have the opportunity to share the episode with those who weren't in attendance.
On this episode, we break down the Philadelphia Eagles' chances at a deep playoff run this season, make our picks as to who the next team will be to bring a championship to Philly, and discuss why having a favorite player seems to be a thing of the past. If you've never listened to the show before, then consider this your introduction. If you have tuned in before, then expect some of the same great sports talk you've become accustomed to over the past few years.
So take a moment to sit back, relax, and enjoy the ride on The Broad Street Line: The future of sports talk has finally arrived.
Legal privacy protections for email and other cloud-stored data are weak—and could get weaker. Fundamentally, this is a legal and policy issue—not a technical matter--yet it has dire business implications.
In a September 2015 U.S. Court of Appeals hearing, Microsoft challenged the U.S.’s request for private data held in Ireland because the U.S. government asserted its right and that of other nations to access data beyond national borders.
The growing threat of privacy and confidentiality intrusions not only erodes trust in technology, but as people lose confidence in their right to privacy it will also impact small and medium businesses who provide cloud computing solutions to clients. Further, as other nations begin to build their own cloud solutions because ours cannot be trusted to protect their citizens' privacy, American companies operating at the global scale will suffer catastrophic results.
The Law Enforcement Access to Data Stored Abroad Act—or LEADS—will help restore trust in tech by ensuring that digital communications and data receive the same privacy protections as paper letters and documents. It will: (1) Require a court-approved search warrant similar to laws governing access to physical documents; (2) Establish fair rules for government to access data stored abroad—protecting Americans’ privacy and setting a model for other nations; and (3) Strengthen international cooperation—through Mutual Legal Assistance Treaties with other nations.
Join a discussion about what you can do NOW to save U.S. innovation, and why time is of the essence.
"The Iran Nuclear deal and Bible Prophecy."
Understanding the Book of Revelation: Kendra Malczyk
Jeremiah 49: A future prophecy about Iran?
Live update on Camp Liberty Trajedy: Donya Jam
Two straight losses for the Philadelphia Eagles has left many wondering whether or not Chip Kelly can right the ship. We'll address that question on this week's edition of The Broad Street Line as the Birds get ready for a Thanksgiving Day showdown with the Detroit Lions.
Later in the show, we'll tell you what to make of the Philadelphia 76ers' 0-15 start, recap a lackluster WWE Survivor Series PPV, and get you caught up on the past week in sports as only we can. So come and take a ride on The Broad Street Line: The future of sports talk radio has finally arrived.
For the first time ever, Broad Street Breakdown will bring you a breakdown of a WWE Pay-Per-View! The 2015 Survivor Series marked the 25th anniversary of the "Phenom" , the Undertaker. After being viciously assaulted as Hell In A Cell went off the air in October, how does the Deadman respond? Did he carry-out his revenge on Bray Wyatt? Or, did the "Eater of Worlds" ensure that 'Taker's 25th anniversary was his last? Join host Ryan Waterman, as he is joined by his guest-host/brother Robert Waterman. The duo will break down the show's card, as well as offer their opinions. Tune into BlogTalkRadio, at 11:30 PM EST/8:30 PM PST, for full results and analysis...
On this edition of The Broad Street Line, we'll give you our outlook on the Philadelphia Eagles in the wake of the Sam Bradford injury. Despite a 4-5 record, Chip Kelly and his charges can still clinch a tie for first place in the NFC East with a win this weekend against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.
Later in the show, we'll debate Cam Newton's "controversial" touchdown celebration, explain why many Philadelphia 76ers' fans are upset with "The Process", and get you caught up on the rest of the past week in sports as only we can. So come and take a ride on The Broad Street Line: The future of sports talk radio has finally arrived.
"The Syrian refugee crisis: How should we respond?"
Special interview with Paymaneh Sabet: Iranian Christian refugee
The Sound Check: The Christian music of Sidewalk Prophets
"The Islamic infiltration of the public school system."
The White House ties to the Muslim Brotherhood.
Anni Cyrus, producer/editor of The Glazov Gang "The petition against the Iran nuclear agreement."
Coming Face to face with the suffering children of Iran.
On this edition of The Broad Street Line, we'll recap the wild, Sunday night matchup between the Philadelphia Eagles and the Dallas Cowboys. The Birds are just a half-game behind first place in the NFC East, and with a favorable schedule coming up, they pretty much control their destiny when it comes to the NFC playoffs.
Later in the show, we'll preview the top teams in college basketball with a twist: Instead of looking at the team's who will be in the mix for the Final Four, we'll tell you the schools you should keep an eye on when it comes to future NBA talent. So, for all of that and more, come and take a ride on The Broad Street Line: The future of sports talk radio has finally arrived.
1. The United States and the European Union both took formal legal steps on Sunday that will lift sanctions once Iran meets the conditions tied to a landmark nuclear agreement with major world powers.
2. A senior Israeli official said Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu will not offer any concessions to the Palestinians during his scheduled meeting in Berlin later this week with US Secretary of State John Kerry.
3. An IDF soldier was killed and 11 more people were injured in a terror attack at the Central Bus Station in the southern city of Beersheba on Sunday night.
4. Iran said on Saturday that its recent test launch of a long-range missile does not violate UN Security Council resolutions as claimed by the United States and France.
5. North Korea reportedly rejected the idea of resuming talks to abandon its nuclear program on Saturday, but said it would welcome negotiations for a peace treaty with Washington.
You can read these stories in more detail and get more prophecy-related news at SecondComingHerald.com.
The prophetic passage of Scripture that we are looking at today is Psalm 96:10-13: “Say among the heathen that the Lord reigneth: the world also shall be established that it shall not be moved: he shall judge the people righteously. Let the heavens rejoice, and let the earth be glad; let the sea roar, and the fulness thereof. Let the field be joyful, and all that is therein: then shall all the trees of the wood rejoice....”
Our second coming quote for today is from Oswald Chambers. He said, "The only way to wait for the Second Coming is to watch that you do what you should do, so that when he comes is a matter of indifference. It is the attitude of a child, certain that God knows what he is about. When the Lord does come, it will be as natural as breathing. God never does anything hysterical, and he never produces hysterics."
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