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Best Hassan podcasts we could find (updated August 2020)
Best Hassan podcasts we could find
Updated August 2020
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The Payments Innovation Podcast: FinTech | Innovation | eCommerce is dedicated to helping business leaders navigate today’s global digital economy. Whether you’re looking to stay informed on the latest in payments technology, listen to experts on the future of eCommerce or simply learn about cutting edge FinTech companies, this podcast is for you. Each episode features an interview with a globally-minded business and tech expert, discussing topics like: global payments, money transfer servic ...
 
Letters & Lines is a comic podcast with a unique view. Hosts Aditya Bidikar and Hassan Otsmane-Elhaou are comics fans, comics critics, but also comics professionals, having worked for various publishers. Each episode they discuss in-depth a variety of themes and topics all about creating comics, analysing comics and the industry of comics.
 
Former drug addict Ryan Hassan sits down with inspiring everyday people who have passed through the fire and have come out the other side holding buckets of water for others. The first step to healing and recovery is knowing that IT'S POSSIBLE, and that's what this show is all about. Also diving deep into the practical steps they used to make change.
 
Take half an hour and join Rabbi Amy Small, Pastor Ken White, and Imam Islam Hassan as they discuss the daily hurdles we face as we try to be kind, hopeful, and loving humans. Informed by their faith and their shared care for each other, Amy, Ken, and Islam share their different perspectives and their collective wisdom as community leaders. Addressing such topics as how to deal with challenging people, how we manage anger, and how we respond to beauty, the three faith-full friends invite gue ...
 
The novel on which the famous silent movie starring Rudolf Valentino was based. The plot is set in motion as Lady Conway disapproves of Diana's planning a desert trip with just her Arab guides to accompany her. Diana gets kidnapped by the Sheik, Ahmed Ben Hassan. Finally allowed to ride in the desert alone, she plans an escape. However, the Sheik recaptures her. And so the story unfolds. (Summary by Bill Boerst based on Wikipedia)
 
A show about the people who are involved in the world's biggest sport but don't often get seen, unless they make a mistake. Join host Hassan Rajwani as he sits down with football (soccer) referees at all levels of the game to discuss their journey, key refereeing topics in the game (such as VAR) and everything else refereeing! You'll also hear him quiz professional players on the laws of the game.
 
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Lebanese PM Hassan Diab has officially announced the resignation of his entire government following days of protests sparked by the catastrophic explosion which levelled parts of Beirut last week. Earlier, Health Minister Hamad Hassan confirmed to reporters that the resignation would be imminent. Addressing the nation on Monday evening, Diab said h…
 
Muhammad Hassan (Marc Copani) talks to Chris Van Vliet from his home in Syracuse, NY. This is a very special interview because Marc has rarely done any interviews since he left wrestling in 2005. He talks about being the very controversial character Muhammad Hassan, the real life fear he caused people, his release and why it caused him to leave wre…
 
This week we're cycling into some increasingly strange things, as we take a look at the first issue of Paper Girls, about a group of four girls who cycle round the neighbourhood each morning and deliver papers. Things don't take long to get very weird indeed though - luckily this week we're joined by special guest Hassan Otsmane-Elhaou to talk it a…
 
A Turkish drone strike that killed two senior Iraqi commanders has triggered a harsh reaction in Baghdad, with the government scrapping a high-level defense meeting and summoning Ankara’s ambassador to rebuke the attack. The Iraqi Foreign Ministry called on the Turkish ambassador on Tuesday to “inform him of Iraq’s confirmed rejection of his countr…
 
Belarusians angry with the outcome of Sunday’s presidential election, which the opposition denounced as rigged, have taken to streets for the third night in a row, facing off against police deployed en masse to quell the unrest. Arrests have been reported as law enforcement moved to disperse protesters in the Belarusian capital, which has been grip…
 
As protests against Belarusian President Alexander Lukashenko’s re-election rage on in several cities, video footage has emerged showing the local riot police apparently deploying some heavy handed tactics against teenagers. In a video widely shared on social media on Tuesday, two members of Belarus’ OMON tactical police can be seen restraining a y…
 
Top US health officials insist they're holding out for a “safe and effective” Covid-19 vaccine, hinting that Russia’s shot is anything but – or even that it’s a plot to 'goad the US into forcing early action on our vaccines.' “The point is not to be first with a vaccine, the point is to have a vaccine that is safe and effective for the American peo…
 
US President Donald Trump has said that his feelings towards his Chinese counterpart, Xi Jinping, have soured due to the coronavirus pandemic, adding that the pair used to enjoy amicable relations. “I used to have a very good relationship with him,” Trump told Fox Sports Radio in an interview. “I had a great relationship with President Xi. I like h…
 
Chris Sabin sits down with Chris Van Vliet from his home just outside of Detroit, MI. He talks about the Motor City Machine Guns getting back together at Slammiversary, what it took to get Alex Shelley to agree to return to Impact Wrestling, their favorite tag teams to wrestle, recovering from his third knee surgery, why he thought he wasn't ready …
 
As the world surpasses 20 million Covid-19 cases, the latest tally figures suggest that the pandemic is stabilizing. It comes as Russia hit a major milestone in the global battle against the virus by approving the first vaccine. An AFP tally of official sources found that while the world has shot past the 20 million milestone for infections, with s…
 
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has expressed frustration over stalled plans to annex the West Bank, blaming the hold-up on Washington’s reluctance to approve the move. “It was clear from the start that the application of sovereignty would be done only with agreement from the United States. Otherwise, I would have already done it a while …
 
The main opposition candidate who ran against Belarusian President Alexander Lukashenko in a contentious election is currently in Lithuania, the country’s foreign minister has announced. “Svetlana Tikhanovskaya is safe. She is in Lithuania,” Linas Linkevicius tweeted on Tuesday. The Lithuanian foreign minister had posted a message several hours ear…
 
Debundling has had a huge role in fintech’s rise. But that era is over… Welcome, everyone, to the era of rebundling. In today’s episode, Ben Soppitt, Founder of Unifimoney, explains why the time has come for fintechs to start rebundling everything they’ve debundled. He goes over: -Why fintechs debundled in the first place -Why it’s time to rebundle…
 
A protester in Minsk has died from injuries caused by an explosive device he tried to throw at police, Belarusian authorities said, as mass demonstrations against the results of the presidential election continued. The Interior Ministry of Belarus confirmed the death of a man in Minsk on Monday evening, after a clash with riot police that tried to …
 
An explosion has rocked a convoy carrying US military gear in Iraq near the border with Kuwait, according to Iraqi security services, who say a Shiite militia group is behind the attack. The blast reportedly targeted a convoy near the Jraischan crossing on the Iraq-Kuwait border late on Monday after a militia group smuggled an explosive device into…
 
Heavily armed troops in military uniforms were filmed shooting rubber bullets and flashbang grenades at a crowd of protesters blocking traffic in Minsk, as demonstrations against the presidential election continued across Belarus. Protesters blocked Kalvariyskaya Street in western Minsk, a major thoroughfare near the First Ring Road on Monday. Riot…
 
The resignation of Lebanese Prime Minister Hassan Diab along with his cabinet hasn’t quelled public anger in Beirut. Protesters told RT they’ll continue pushing for a “revolution” until the entire parliament steps down. Diab announced his resignation on Monday, nearly a week after a devastating explosion ripped through Beirut, killing more than 200…
 
Belarusian security services said that opposition politician Svetlana Tikhanovskaya, who called for annulling the presidential election, was targeted in an assassination plot. The opposition denied asking for police protection. Tikhanovskaya has contested the results of Sunday’s election, which officially saw her getting 10 percent of the vote to t…
 
Demonstrators in Minsk and other cities in Belarus continuing to protest against the reelection of President Alexander Lukashenko have been met with tear gas and flash-bang grenades, as police seek to disperse and arrest them. On Monday evening, protesters gathered in small groups around the Victory Square, the epicenter of last night’s rallies, wh…
 
The Greek foreign ministry has urged Turkey to “immediately cease its illegal activities” in the Mediterranean, after Ankara launched a research vessel into disputed waters near Cyprus. Historical rivals and NATO allies, Greece and Turkey are again at each other’s throats after Ankara sent a vessel into a disputed area in the Eastern Mediterranean …
 
Tehran has cautioned against politicizing the devastating blast in Beirut, arguing that Washington should drop sanctions on Lebanon if it is serious about helping the nation recover from the catastrophe. “If America is honest about its assistance offer to Lebanon, they should lift sanctions [against it],” Foreign Ministry Spokesman Abbas Mousavi sa…
 
More than 3,000 people were arrested in Belarus overnight as protests engulfed the country after Sunday's election, in which incumbent president, Alexander Lukashenko, retained his job with a landslide win. Around 1,000 demonstrators were detained in the capital, Minsk, with the rest elsewhere in the country, the police said on their Telegram chann…
 
A podcast from which there is no escape? Scott Free is sad, Big Barda is worried, and Darkseid... is. This week we're heading over to the fourth world, as Matt is joined by special guest Christian Hoffer to take a look at the recent revival of Jack Kirby's New Gods in the form of Mister Miracle #1 by Tom King and Mitch Gerads!…
 
Billionaire media tycoon and Hong Kong protest-backer Jimmy Lai has been arrested on suspicion of “collusion with foreign powers.” Police also searched the offices of his Apple Daily tabloid, under the new national security law. According to a senior executive at Lai’s media company Next Digital, Mark Simon, the prominent 71yo mogul and supporter o…
 
Riot police have deployed flashbangs and water cannon against protesters who tried to erect barricades in central Minsk, as thousands of people across Belarus poured onto the streets, angry over preliminary election results. The crowds were pushed away from Victory Square, the main rally point for activists in central Minsk on Sunday night. #Belaru…
 
Protesters are rallying in Belarus despite ongoing clashes with riot police who have deployed teargas and flash grenades, as they express discontent with incumbent President Alexander Lukashenko's projected re-election. Lukashenko is forecast to receive well over 70 percent of the vote, according to early official results and exit polls, while the …
 
French President Emmanuel Macron has rallied a host of international donors to support Lebanon, and promised that the country’s future “is being decided now.” The French leader, it seems, will be the one making the decisions. More than 150 people lie dead, with thousands injured following a devastating chemical explosion in the capital of Beirut on…
 
A fire broke out near the parliament in Beirut as protesters and police clashed for the second night. Police deployed tear gas as demonstrators demanding the resignation of the government over the huge port explosion hurled rocks. After attempting to storm parliament on Saturday night, protesters returned to the streets on Sunday, this time firing …
 
Israel’s parliament will vote on a bill that would ban an indicted prime minister from forming a government. If passed, the law could put an end to the political career of Benjamin Netanyahu, who is charged with fraud and bribery. “We are submitting the bill that would prevent an indicted person from running for Prime Minister because the current s…
 
An explosion in Kabul has killed two people and left several others injured, according to local media citing officials. The violence comes amid an ongoing rocky peace process with the Taliban. Two civilians and five policemen were killed in the explosion, Afghanistan’s TOLO News reported. A spokesman for the Kabul police told the outlet that a mine…
 
A first-response team from Russia has finished looking for survivors of powerful blasts in Beirut. They say Lebanese officials don’t think anyone is still alive under the rubble, while the death toll has jumped from 158 to 220. “Representatives of Lebanon’s Defense Ministry… officially stated that they are no longer expecting to find anyone alive u…
 
Criticisms of the US troop reduction in Germany are unwarranted, Mark Esper has said, claiming that many of these forces are simply being relocated further east in order to serve as a more effective ‘deterrent’ against Russia. The Pentagon chief said in an interview with Fox News that military personnel leaving Germany would be put to better use on…
 
Lebanon's Information Minister Manal Abdel Samad has stepped down from her post within the embattled government. The news comes as Beirut is gripped by protests following a deadly port explosion. In a televized address, Samad apologized for failing to meet the “aspirations” of the Lebanese people and called for “unity” as the country recovers from …
 
Demonstrators who took to the streets of Beirut after the Lebanese capital was rocked by a massive blast earlier this week have stormed the Foreign Ministry and other government buildings, amid violent clashes with police. Around 10,000 people gathered at Martyrs’ Square in central Beirut to accuse the government of negligence, which they say allow…
 
Army has been deployed to Beirut downtown to quell protests over the deadly blast earlier this week. At least 238 people were injured and 63 of them hospitalized and police said an officer was killed in the clashes. Thousands of protesters gathered at Martyrs' Square in central Beirut, attempting to reach the Parliament and clashing with riot polic…
 
As-salaam alaikum everybody! Pray all is well with the Young and Muslim fam! This episode is about patience and contentment. We pulled a few versus from the Quran as well as Hadith to portray these two very important traits to help us succeed in life with whatever we do. Patience is such a struggle, but will help us overcome difficult and trying si…
 
Two former US military special force troopers, who were captured in a botched attempt to infiltrate Venezuela and allegedly capture President Nicolas Maduro, have been sentenced to 20 years in prison. Venezuela's chief prosecutor announced the sentences handed to Luke Denman, 34 and Airan Berry, 41 for their roles in the failed operation, which all…
 
The Hong Kong government said that they will not be “intimidated” by the new US sanctions and accused Washington of using the city as a wedge in US-Chinese relations. Hong Kong spokesperson slammed the restrictions as an “utterly disrespectful attempt which will undermine Hong Kong-US relations at various levels.” The latest US government measure r…
 
Rescue operations are underway after an Air India Express passenger flight carrying over 190 people overshot the runway and broke into two, killing at least 14 people and injuring 123 more in the southern Indian state of Kerala. Videos and photos circulating on social media show the serious damage to the plane, as rescuers comb through the wreckage…
 
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