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  • 00:25

    Dr. Anthony Hassan, Director of Cohn Veterans Network, joins host Jim Fausone

    in Military

    Dr. Anthony Hassan, discusses the Cohn Veterans Network Mission and funding. Cohen Veterans Network is a privately funded organization that will open 25 mental health clinics for veterans and family members. All 25 locations will offer their services free of charge. 

  • 01:02

    Charlotte Hornets NBA Playoffs Round 1: Hornets Hustle Beats Miami Muscle

    in Basketball

    Games 3 and 4 were dramatically different in score and style and that played right into the hands of the Charlotte Hornets. They used aggressive rim attacks and opportunistic defense to counter the adjustments the Miami Heat made to take away the three point line and dominate the paint.


    Now the series shifts back to Miami where the biggest question will be how Miami reacts to having their defense shredded by Charlotte's Kemba Walker and Jeremy Lin. Will they back off their pressure defense and will the three ball return to the Hornets arsenal of offensive weapons? Listen for our analysis of Game 4 and our preview of a pivotal Game 5.


    PLUS



    Nata Edwards from WFNZ and the Mic Check Podcast joins with his thoughts on some controversial comments by local product turned Heat star Hassan Whiteside after Game 4
    For the first time, the NBA is publicly releasing "Hustle Stats" exclusively for the 2016 NBA Playoffs. We'll tell you what stats they are keeping and how the Hornets have fared so far in this series.
    Sources tell us local Miami grocers are selling out of tin foil. A select group of Heat fans are breaking out conspiracies to explain away two straight losses. We explain why they are fools.

  • 00:15

    4/20/16: Dave Hyde of the Sun-Sentinel on Hassan Whiteside, Game 2 Preview

    in Basketball

    Earnest Christian is joined by Dave Hyde, Columnist of the Sun-Sentinal to discuss Hassan Whiteside and his enigmatic personality, Game 1 impressions, the maturation of the rookies Justise Winslow and Josh Richardson, his opinion on Erik Spoelstra and Game 2 analysis.

  • 00:59

    HASSAN NGEZE: RWANDA IGICUMBI CY'IKINYOMA

    in Politics Progressive

    Basomyi, Banyarwanda, bavandimwe, bana bacu, nshuti,


    Nshimishijwe no kubagezaho igitabo nabandikiye cyitwa « Rwanda : Igicumbi cy’ikinyoma”.


    Ubwicanyi ndengakamere bwa jenoside yo muli 1994 bwaje tureba kandi buba tubibona. Nibwo bwicanyi bubi cyane bwaranze ikinyejana cya makumyabiri.


    By’umwihariko, mbabazwa no kuba nari mfite amakuru menshi namenye kubw’akazi nakoraga, nkagira ibimenyetso byerekanaga ko igihugu kigiye gusenyuka, hakiyongeraho amakuru nabonye igihugu kirimo gisenyuka, n’andi menshi cyane nakusanyije kimaze gusenyuka. Ibi mbibonamo umutwaro undemereye cyane numva ngomba gusangiza abakiri bato kugira ngo mbabere isomo ryabafasha kutazagwa mu mitego twe bakuru twaguyemo.


    Nari gushimishwa no kugira ububasha bwo kuba narabihagaritse, cyangwa narabibujije kubaho. Abari babifitiye ubushobozi ntabyo bakoze kubera impamvu ndashobora kumenya, impamvu ziri hejuru y’ubushobozi bwanjye.


    Ku giti cyanjye ndasaba imbabazi ababa barababajwe n’inyandiko zanjye cyangwa ibikorwa byanjye.


    Ngo udakora ntakosa. Nakomeje kwibaza kenshi impamvu abantu batinya kwemera ko bakosheje ngo bibe byabafasha gusaba imbabazi. Twe twakuriye mu bwanditsi no mu bushakashatsi ni kenshi twisanga mu makosa, ni kenshi twakoreshejwe amakosa tutabizi.


    Muri iki gitabo, nahisemo gutanga ubuhamya bwerekana aho numva nakosheje ntabizi. Mbaye mbisabiye imbabazi.


    Hassan Ngeze

  • 02:05

    The View Up Here asks what now for the NDP post-convention

    in Politics

    Last weekend, the NDP Convention came and went through Edmonton like a tornado. The expected 800 delegates turned out to be over 1,700 strong. Storm winds were in the air from Thursday, when the New Democrat Youth Council put forward a resolution for Tom Mulcair to resign as leader. The vote was 48-48 with 10 abstentions. The forecast was looking turbulent.


    As the workshops and committees went about their work, nominees for Executive Council campaigned amongst the delegates. After five complex and difficult years, Rebecca Blaikie was stepping down as President. National Directors had already moved on since last October. The very visible support for Marit Stiles as new President was accurate as she was successful, winning the post.


    Speeches from CLC President Hassan Yussuff, Alberta Premier Rachel Notley and party icon Stephen Lewis concentrated the storm winds with very differing messages to the crowd. The resolution over whether the Leap Manifesto would simply be sent to riding level for research and comment turned into a spinning vortex fed with copious amounts of hot air. Who knew reading a document was so blasphemous? As Sunday dawned, nothing was guaranteed. Every resolution in the emergency plenary session seemed a matter of survival. Then the storm touched down. Delegates voted for a leadership convention 52% to 48%. A resolution was passed allowing up to 24 months to replace Tom Mulcair.


    Interviews with outgoing President Rebecca Blaikie, MP's Nathan Cullen and Peter Julian from the convention floor, and an extended sit-down discussion with MP Niki Ashton are featured in this episode. The View Up Here thanks them for taking the time to speak to our listeners. Reflections on the convention from the host will also be heard.


    Join us in the chat room or call in and give your views. Especially if you were there. The future is now for the NDP, by necessity.


     

  • 01:16

    HASSAN NGEZE: RWANDA IGICUMBI CY'IKINYOMA

    in Politics Progressive

    HASSAN NGEZE: RWANDA IGICUMBI CY'IKINYOMA


    Basomyi, Banyarwanda, bavandimwe, bana bacu, nshuti,


    Nshimishijwe no kubagezaho igitabo nabandikiye cyitwa « Rwanda : Igicumbi cy’ikinyoma”.


    Ubwicanyi ndengakamere bwa jenoside yo muli 1994 bwaje tureba kandi buba tubibona. Nibwo bwicanyi bubi cyane bwaranze ikinyejana cya makumyabiri.


    By’umwihariko, mbabazwa no kuba nari mfite amakuru menshi namenye kubw’akazi nakoraga, nkagira ibimenyetso byerekanaga ko igihugu kigiye gusenyuka, hakiyongeraho amakuru nabonye igihugu kirimo gisenyuka, n’andi menshi cyane nakusanyije kimaze gusenyuka. Ibi mbibonamo umutwaro undemereye cyane numva ngomba gusangiza abakiri bato kugira ngo mbabere isomo ryabafasha kutazagwa mu mitego twe bakuru twaguyemo.


    Nari gushimishwa no kugira ububasha bwo kuba narabihagaritse, cyangwa narabibujije kubaho. Abari babifitiye ubushobozi ntabyo bakoze kubera impamvu ndashobora kumenya, impamvu ziri hejuru y’ubushobozi bwanjye.


    Ku giti cyanjye ndasaba imbabazi ababa barababajwe n’inyandiko zanjye cyangwa ibikorwa byanjye.


    Ngo udakora ntakosa. Nakomeje kwibaza kenshi impamvu abantu batinya kwemera ko bakosheje ngo bibe byabafasha gusaba imbabazi. Twe twakuriye mu bwanditsi no mu bushakashatsi ni kenshi twisanga mu makosa, ni kenshi twakoreshejwe amakosa tutabizi.


    Muri iki gitabo, nahisemo gutanga ubuhamya bwerekana aho numva nakosheje ntabizi. Mbaye mbisabiye imbabazi.


    Hassan Ngeze

  • 01:29

    White Militia Pushed Back off Nation of Islam Mosque

    in Culture

    Call In Number (347) 857-4514


    In this episode of Global Peeks we speak with Jihad Hassan Muhammad, editor at large of the Dallas Weekly about the recent move by a white militia group to protest at the Nation of Islam Mosque in Dallas Texas and the ovberwhelming response from the community and other supporters.


    Also read the Final Call coverage of the incident:


    Blacks in Dallas says; 'No' to White Militia Armed Protest outside Nation of Islam Mosque

  • 02:06

    Hard Starboard Radio: Attack Of The Fifty-Foot Megyn Kelly

    in Politics Conservative

    Do you want Donald Trump to be a politically correct liberal? Just elect him; Pope Francis asks Iran to work for Mideast peace, stop the spread of terrorism, reverse time, make water run uphill, walk on water, part the Red Sea, and, oh, wait, never mind, Rouhani has already beheaded Francis; Giant Trump poster becomes pilgrimage site; Obama illegally decrees Cuban embargo easings while Cuban illegal aliens pour into U.S.; Hillary Clinton: my first SCOTUS appointment will be....Barack Hussein Obama; The Bundy Gang loses the second Battle of Bundy Hill; Trump runs away from Megyn Kelly....again; and Taiwan flexes military muscle right in Red China's face.

  • 02:00

    Muslim Student life on Colleges & Univ w/Bilal, Jannah & Naimah

    in Lifestyle

    THIS IS A REPEAT SHOW


    Join WORDS MAKE PEOPLE with host Michael Saahir and co-host Mustaffaa Abdullah on Sunday March 20, 2016 from 1-3 p.m. (EST) for a lively discussion with Bilal Hassan of the HBCU MSA; an acronym for “Muslim Student Associations on Historically Black Colleges and Universities.” Engage us in conversation to learn more about HBCU MSA – what is their history and objectives. HBCU MSA is having their Second Annual Conference at Howard University in Washington D.C. on April 8-10, 2016.


    THIS IS A REPEAT SHOW

  • 01:13

    Plum Luv Foods Season 3 Episode 17 Hassan Musselmani from Hells Kitchen SE 15

    in Food

    On this episode we talk to Hells Kitchen season 15 chef Hassan (Hass) Musselmani. Hass is a very cool down to earth guy, and looks to be a great chef. We talk Hells Kitchen, Gordon Ramsey and more. Hass has a very cool pop up dining series and is making plans for a food truck. We also give away another pair of shoes from our friends over at Shoes for Crews, talk tipping, catering and more on this episode! Find Hass on twitter @HMusselmani and on Instagram @chef_hassan_hk15 and check out www.chefhassandetroit.com

  • 02:16

    Supporting Muslim Student Associations on Black Colleges & Universities

    in Lifestyle

    Join WORDS MAKE PEOPLE with host Michael Saahir and co-host Mustaffaa Abdullah on Sun. March 13, 2016 from 1-3 p.m. (EST) for a lively discussion with Bilal Hassan  of the HBCU MSA; an acronym for “Muslim Student Associations on Historically Black Colleges and Universities.” Engage us in conversation to learn more about HBCU MSA as they prepare for their Second Annual Conference at Howard University in Washington D.C. on April 8-10, 2016.


    WORDS MAKE PEOPLE plans to discuss with our guest:


    1.    What is life like for our Muslim youth on College campuses in America?


    2.    How can Masajid and Islamic Centers support our Muslim youth who attended institutions of higher learning?



    How colleges can benefit from having a MSA on campus?
    How to prepare young Muslims, especially our young Muslimahs, for the dangers of college life.
    What protection and guidance can a MSA on a college campus offer?
    How can a MSA support a Muslim youth handle their first taste of "freedom" from home and parents? How an MSA helps to maintain ones Deen on campus.
    Do HBCU MSA plan to conduct workshops at Muslim conventions around America to have serious talk with our college and high school students on these topics
    How does HBCU MSA approach chapter 66, verse 6 of the Holy Qur’an?


    You can financially support the Second Annual Conference by visiting https://www.gofundme.com/hbcumsaconf16


    Join WORDS MAKE PEOPLE this Sunday March 13, 2016 from 1-3 p.m. (EST). We strongly encourage our listeners to join us by calling 714 816-4673. Press 1 to speak to host.
    Or listen online at -- http://tobtr.com/s/839342
     


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