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Program Podcast: Libya Update with Adnan Shennib on Arab Talk
 
Podcast for Program: Libya Update with Adnan Shennib on Arab TalkIn series: Version: Arab Talk Co-Host Jess Ghannam interviews Libiyan-American Activist Adnan Shennib about the current situation in Libya
 
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Women in Libya
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Women in Libya aims to bring you interviews, stories and news about Libyan women sharing stories| empowering voices| raising awareness
 
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Program Podcast: Report from Libya with Jihan Hafiz
 
Podcast for Program: Report from Libya with Jihan HafizIn series: Version: Jihan Hafiz, a journalist with the APTVS (American Press and Television Services). She has also worked with Inter Press Service, The Real News Network, Russia Today, and PressTV. She is currently reporting from Libya and will be sharing with us the latest developments from the region.
 
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Don't Worry About The Government
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U.S. and world political news analysis by a merry band of (mostly) left-leaning geeks who are neither qualified nor paid to do it. Smart. Exciting. Funny. Mysterious. Sexy? To put it another way: radio pundit amateur hour.
 
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Program Podcast: Report from Libya with Jihan Hafiz
 
Podcast for Program: Report from Libya with Jihan HafizIn series: Version: Jihan Hafiz, a journalist with the APTVS (American Press and Television Services). She has also worked with Inter Press Service, The Real News Network, Russia Today, and PressTV. She is currently reporting from Libya and will be sharing with us the latest developments from the region.
 
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Program Podcast: Libya Update with Adnan Shennib on Arab Talk
 
Podcast for Program: Libya Update with Adnan Shennib on Arab TalkIn series: Version: Arab Talk Co-Host Jess Ghannam interviews Libiyan-American Activist Adnan Shennib about the current situation in Libya
 
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امتـداد بودكاسـت
 
برنامج ثقافي متنوع يركز على الثقافة والفنون في العالم العربي وبريطانيا
 
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tajine
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a podcast series about history, social, and culture in north africa. brought to you by Ottoman History Podcast
 
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Libyamedcast
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Learn as you listen مدونة صوتية (بودكاست) طبية
 
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Vince Iori Live
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Exposing and Taking Down the Enemies of Liberty
 
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Polizeros Radio
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Politics in the Zeros. The politics of progress; the economy, foreign policy, cleantech, anti-war.
 
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Liberty Cap Talk Live
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I'm Todd Andrew Barnett, the host of Liberty Cap Talk Live with Todd Andrew Barnett & James Landrith, Jr., and so is my wonderful friend and co-host James Landrith, Jr. I'm from Michigan, and he's from Virginia as well. This is the official page of LCTL. We both host a political talk show (a free marketeer talk radio show) for pro-liberty advocates, free marketers, anarcho-capitalists, etc. who want to hear the message of liberty. It's also for those who have never been exposed to the messag ...
 
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This Week on War News Radio
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War News Radio fills the gaps in the media's coverage of the conflicts in Libya, Iraq, Afghanistan and more by providing balanced and in-depth reporting, historical perspective, and personal stories. Today WNR is heard around the country on radio stations and around the world by thousands online
 
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HSAR 252: Roman Architecture
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This course is an introduction to the great buildings and engineering marvels of Rome and its empire, with an emphasis on urban planning and individual monuments and their decoration, including mural painting. While architectural developments in Rome, Pompeii, and Central Italy are highlighted, the course also provides a survey of sites and structures in what are now North Italy, Sicily, France, Spain, Germany, Greece, Turkey, Croatia, Jordan, Lebanon, Libya, and North Africa. The lectures a ...
 
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Program Podcast: Arab Talk Interview with Dr Larbi Sadiki on Democracy in the Middle East
 
Podcast for Program: Arab Talk Interview with Dr Larbi Sadiki on Democracy in the Middle EastIn series: Version: Dr. Larbi Sadiki discusses a different angle on Libya. Larbi is a Senior Lecturer in Middle East Politics at the University of Exeter, and author of Arab Democratisation: Elections without Democracy, The Search for Arab Democracy, and his forthcoming work, Hamas and the Political Process.Larbi recently wrote a great article for Al Jazeera English called "The pen versus the sword", ...
 
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Point and Shoot: Tribeca Film Festival
 
Filmmakers Marshall Curry and Matthew VanDyke discuss their riveting documentary Point and Shoot. The film follows the true story of a young man from Baltimore whose wanderlust leads him to Libya, where he joins the rebel army in its effort to overthrow Muammar Gaddafi.
 
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Middle East live blog
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**Your reports from the Middle East**Our live blog team is reporting on the wave of protests across the Middle East and the fallout from recent events following demonstrations in Egypt and Tunisia. If you're in Bahrain, Iran, Yemen, Libya, Egypt, Tuni
 
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Program Podcast: Arab Talk Interview with Dr Larbi Sadiki on Democracy in the Middle East
 
Podcast for Program: Arab Talk Interview with Dr Larbi Sadiki on Democracy in the Middle EastIn series: Version: Dr. Larbi Sadiki discusses a different angle on Libya. Larbi is a Senior Lecturer in Middle East Politics at the University of Exeter, and author of Arab Democratisation: Elections without Democracy, The Search for Arab Democracy, and his forthcoming work, Hamas and the Political Process.Larbi recently wrote a great article for Al Jazeera English called "The pen versus the sword", ...
 
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The Maghreb in Transition
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While the Maghreb has long been at the margins of U.S. policy in the Middle East and North Africa, trends in this region increasingly reverberate throughout the Middle East. In this new environment, developments in the Maghreb will continue to have an impact both on the region and on U.S. interests. The CSIS Middle East Program examines changing political, economic, and security trends in the Maghreb—defined here as Morocco, Algeria, Tunisia, and Libya—through original research and analysis ...
 
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Taha Mohamed Abdulrahman Al-Fahad
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Taha Mohamed Abdulrahman Al-FahadBorn in Libya in 1982, Taha Bin Mohammed Bin Abdulrahman Al Fahad is a renowned figure in the Islamic sciences discipline particularly that of Qur’an recitation and preaching.Sheikh Taha Al Fahd was granted the knowledge of the memorization of the Book of Allah by the eminent Shaykh Mohammed Al Saleh Al Salem Al Asmar at the tender age of 12. Taha Al Fahd’s certification happened according to Qaloon Aan Nafas recitation method which was succeeded by Rasm of A ...
 
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Muhammad Al-Aalim Al-Dokali
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Muhammad Al-Aalim Al-DokaliBorn in Awlad Al-Aalim, Libya in 1949, Shaykh Muhammad Al-Aalim Al-Dokali was a famous Quran reciter and Imam par excellence.Shaykh Al-Dokaly got his education in the Institute Al-Asmari, after which he sought to procure specialization in Islamic studies from the renowned Institute of Malik Ibn Anass in Tripoli, Libya.Post seeking a sound education, Shaykh graduated in Arts in Sharia and Law from the Islamic University in Bayda, which also allowed him to maintain v ...
 
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Muhammad Siddiq al-Minshawi
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Muhammad Siddiq al-Minshawi Sheikh Muhamed Siddiq al-Minshawi (January 1, 1920 – June 20, 1969) was an Egyptian Quranic reciter par excellence and was not in need of any introduction. He was the able son of the great Sheikh Siddiq al-Minshawi and his brother Sheikh Mahmoud Al-Minshawi is also an eminent Quran reciter.Sheikh Muhammad Siddiq al-Minshawi was a protégé of the esteemed Sheikh Mohammed Salamah, who was himself a great reciter of the 20th century. He studied Ilm e Tajweed under the ...
 
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Muhammad Siddiq al-Minshawi
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Sheikh Mohamed Siddiq El-Minshawi (January 1, 1920 – June 20, 1969) was an Egyptian Quranic reciter. Son of the great Sheikh Siddiq El-Minshawi, his brother Sheikh Mahmoud El-Minshawi is also a famous reciter.Having been significantly influenced by his father, Sheikh Muhammad Siddiq El-Minshawi was also a protégé of the venerable Sheikh Mohamed Salamah, a great reciter of the 20th century. He studied the rules of recitation under the respected Sheikh Ibrahim As-Su’oodi at a young age.Minshaw ...
 
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Dawood Hamza
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Dawood HamzaSheikh Dawood Ayad Hamza stepped into the world on 1st November, 1968, in Tripoli.Quranic Tajweed was a pure miracle of faith for him and this happened when his father gifted him a recording of the Quran reader “Abdul Basit Abdul Samad” on achieving success in school.Sheikh Dawood was mesmerized with Abdul Samad’s voice and this set the foundation for his determination to learn the nuances of “Tajweed”. He began by enrolling himself into a Quranic school in which became a medium ...
 
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Hasan Ali Moraib
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Hasan Ali MoraibHasan Ali Moraib set foot into the world in 1980 in Tripoli, Libya. His childhood saw him completely enamored by the art of memorization of the Book of Allah, the nuances of Tajweed and the fundamentals of it. This led him to obviously attain a certification in Islamic Shari’a from the Faculty of Shari’a according to the Fatwa house in addition to a diploma in Islamic studies from the same university, following it with a Masters and Ph.D. in information and media sciences fro ...
 
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The Voice of the Cape — VOC reporter Thakira Desai recently sat down with the former ambassador to Libya, Saudi Arabia and Syria, Mohamed Dangor, who discussed the two attempts that were made on his life for his running of an underground branch as part of the ANC and the subsequent impact that the Truth and Reconciliation Council (TRC) process ...…
 
Since the end of the Cold War, the US has been trying to create a liberal world order—and it's been a bipartisan effort, says Stephen Walt, Professor of International Affairs at Harvard University. The problem is that pushing democracy onto other nations is a "delusional" pursuit that destabilizes states in already fractured circumstances. Walt ...…
 
Content original by Rima Ibrahim, information from aziz alhashi, audio by khadeja hussein
 
Audio by Aya Muftah Content by Rima Ibrahim
 
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Africa - Video
 
Understanding today’s Libyans—and helping them find a better future—depends upon a sound understanding of the divisions and conflicts of the past.​ Dr. Federica Fasanotti will discuss Libya’s current traumas in the context of its troubled history. Please join us for a discussion with one of the world’s leading historians and analysts of modern ...…
 
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Early Breakfast with Abongile Nzelenzele
 
Guest: EWN's Africa Correspondent Jean-Jacques Cornish Mali security situation deteriorates dramatically. Rwanda opposition politician ahargedwith inciting insurrection.
 
Horrible news from Las Vegas. A deranged gunman opened fire on a concert being done by Jason Aldean, killing at least 58 people and wounding more than 500. Ed Henry from Fox News Channel joins us to talk about the lastest from Nevada on the shootings. Also on the podcast there are prayers, audio clips and much more. How is President Trump leadi ...…
 
It's been a long time but we're excited to share this latest episode with you. Caroline and Lindsay interview their Uncle, Fr Alex Busuttil who is a missionary priest with the Missionary Society of St Paul. Fr Alex currently serves in Peru and has been there for over 20 years. During September/October of 2017 he came to Australia to visit his f ...…
 
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Late Night Live - Separate stories podcast
 
The number of asylum seekers that have drowned in the Mediterranean is down this year on last year - what policy has secured this turn around?
 
Bruce Shapiro on the week in America; Italy's draconian measures have reduced deaths at sea but at what price? Sport, race and the national anthem.
 
Breaking today, Anthony Weiner sentenced to 21 months in jail for teen sexting case. 1 Dead, 7 wounded by Sudanese terrorist in Tennessee at a church in Antioch, TN. Christians attacked in America. Terrorist was black, Is it a hate crime? Was terrorist a muslim, considering 97% of Sudan is Islamic? Why is everyone mum on this attack? No motive. ...…
 
President Donald Trump issued a new proclamation Sunday restricting citizens of eight countries from entering the U.S., replacing the expiring ban on travelers from six Muslim-majority nations. The new travel ban, which will take effect on Oct. 18, will continue to impact citizens of Iran, Libya, Somalia, Yemen and Syria but will now also inclu ...…
 
Something unexpected has happened in Europe's migrant crisis. An estimated 21,000 people reached Italy from Libya in August 2016. This August, the number was just 4,000— a drop of more than three-quarters. So what changed? BBC journalist Benjamin Zand has been exploring how the migrant route is changing. His new documentary is "Africa's Billion ...…
 
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BhTV: The DMZ (video)
 
Is Facebook too powerful? … Matt: The UN General Assembly wasn't the place for Trump's nationalist speech … Bill: North Korea may look to Libya for a lesson on nuclear deals … Are Democrats making a mistake by courting Trump? … Jimmy Kimmel rails against the Cassidy-Graham health care bill … Bill: "Wild West health care" doesn't work for people ……
 
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BhTV: The DMZ (fast)
 
Is Facebook too powerful? … Matt: The UN General Assembly wasn't the place for Trump's nationalist speech … Bill: North Korea may look to Libya for a lesson on nuclear deals … Are Democrats making a mistake by courting Trump? … Jimmy Kimmel rails against the Cassidy-Graham health care bill … Bill: "Wild West health care" doesn't work for people ……
 
'New Yorker' writer Evan Osnos visited North Korea in August to understand what they really mean when they talk about nuclear war. Senior officials explained to him why nuclear weapons are an essential part of their society. "They will tell you that the reason they will never give up nuclear weapons is that they remember what happened to Saddam ...…
 
Phil Taylor comments on the liberation of Deir Ezzor after an epic three-year siege. The U.S. war on Syria has been supported by the biggest collection of lies in recent memory.Phil recalls the turning point in 2013, when Obama's strike on Syria was cancelled, as the U.K. parliament rebelled against it. "They took a deep breath and counted to t ...…
 
Series: The Story: A Big Picture View Service: Sun AM Type: Sermon Speaker: Scott Kercheville Sin causes us to be unholy so that God cannot dwell among and bless us, but Jesus Christ, the Son of God, put on flesh and died on the cross to take away our sins. Through Jesus’ sacrifice, all can be permanently cleansed of sins so that a restored rel ...…
 
Will the fallout from Harvey deal a blow to OPEC’s attempt to rebalance the market; and how well is Libya's oil sector recovering from its civil war?
 
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Women In Conflict
 
Hajer Shereif found her life changed forever after civil war swept Libya in February 2011. Amidst the unrest, and still a young woman herself, Hajer spent months as a volunteer at her local hospital. By 18 ,Hajer witnessed the end of Libya’s latest revolution and its transition to sectarian violence. In response, she started Together We Build I ...…
 
Libya is ground zero for Europe's migrant crisis. Tens of thousands of people from across Africa and Asia use it as a transit point to get to Europe. It’s attractive because it’s relatively close to southern Europe, and because Libya is itself a country in conflict. But now the authorities in Libya are trying to get a handle on the migrants. Hu ...…
 
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