‏إظهار الرسائل ذات التسميات usa. إظهار كافة الرسائل
‏إظهار الرسائل ذات التسميات usa. إظهار كافة الرسائل


Egyptian expat acts as ‘political pundit’ from his New York sandwich shop

Hold the Egg Sandwich: Egyptian TV Is Calling

Egyptian expat in sandwich  acts as ‘political pundit’ from his  New York 
 sandwich shop
;) Form bathroom
and he get 5000$ every time he show in TV

Hatem El-Gamasy owns the Lotus Deli in Ridgewood, Queens, where he appears on Egyptian television news programs from a converted back-room studio.CreditMark Abramson for The New York Times

Every other day or so, Hatem El-Gamasy connects to a news audience nearly halfway around the world, delivering hot takes on American politics, live from New York, but on Egyptian television.

When the broadcast ends, he slips out his earpieces, opens the door of his makeshift studio and returns to his day job.
“You want ketchup on that?” he said to a customer on a recent morning. “Extra ketchup as usual?”
Mr. El-Gamasy owns the Lotus Deli in Ridgewood, Queens, a place known for its sandwiches, extensive craft beer selection, and its gracious, friendly owner. But few of his customers — and likely, none of his viewers in Egypt — know that the man making egg sandwiches and small talk behind the counter is the same one who appears on popular Egyptian television news programs, holding forth on subjects from immigration policy to North Korea.

From left: Mr. El-Gamasy showing a YouTube video of one of his on-air appearances; his studio, where a suit jacket hangs, is a converted back room; a screenshot of a four-panel interview on CBC Extra News.CreditMark Abramson for The New York Times, eXtra news
He had written op-ed pieces over the years, mostly as a hobby. But the article predicting Mr. Trump’s victory caught the attention of someone at the Egyptian state broadcaster, Nile TV, who was looking to interview an Egyptian-American about the election.
The interview went well; Mr. El-Gamasy’s phone began ringing with more requests, each one expanding his journalistic reputation in a country that has been known to detain reporters.
“He’s very polished and he knows about political life and political news in America,” Muhammad El-Muhammady, a producer for ONtvLIVE, said in an interview from his office in Cairo. “He can talk about a variety of political topics,” he said, from the president’s posts on Twitter to hurricanes, and he is deeply prepared for every broadcast.
“If I said I need something specific, he will say, ‘No, wait, I have to verify this,’” Mr. El-Muhammady added. “If he doesn’t know, he says so.”
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Mr. El-Gamasy’s bodega has earned a reputation for its sandwiches, extensive craft beer selection, friendly service and stimulating conversations. CreditMark Abramson for The New York Times
A former English teacher from the Monufia province in Northern Egypt, Mr. El-Gamasy moved to Brooklyn in 1999 to study teaching English as a second language at St. John’s University. To support himself, he took a job at a deli counter in an Associated Supermarket in Lower Manhattan.
He was working there in 2003 when a woman, a psychotherapist from Chicago who was to return home that month, walked in and asked for a sandwich.
“Extra vegetables,” he recalled. They went for pizza next door. “I knew if I was going to have one more pizza with her, we would be married,” he said.
They had more pizza: Lynette Green and Mr. El-Gamasy have been married for 13 years. They have two children, Faizah, 12, and Omar, 8.

Mr. El-Gamasy, who also writes op-ed pieces for Egyptian news organizations, often researches his subject matter from a table in the back of his bodega. CreditMark Abramson for The New York Times

He bought the deli in Queens about four years ago, and amid the bricks of cheese and cold cuts, Mr. El-Gamasy found something of a vantage point into the American psyche.
During the run-up to the presidential election, his back-and-forth with Ridgewood’s newest arrivals — “my hipsters,” he said — helped hone his understanding of millennial disenchantment with politics, their rancor around the Democratic Party’s treatment of Senator Bernie Sanders of Vermont, and their disgust that their middle-class parents outside of New York planned to vote for Trump.
“Most of the customers, they vent to the bodega owner,” he said. “And actually, I listen.”

On a recent morning, a pair of customers stood beside a shelf of ramen packets for an hour, heatedly discussing politics. One customer, Kelvin Gerold, paid for his coffee, and headed out, leaving behind a conversation about entrenched misogyny, only to return a few minutes later to add another thought for Mr. El-Gamasy, known to his customers as Timmy.
“I don’t think he is undermined by the fact that he makes sandwiches,” said Mr. Gerold, 41, a computer network engineer. “Think of all the people you meet in your corner store; you meet people from every single walk of life and every single political opinion, range and spectrum.”
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“Most of the customers, they vent to the bodega owner,” Mr. El-Gamasy said. “And actually, I listen.”CreditMark Abramson for The New York Times
Plus, he said, “The bacon, egg and cheese is ridiculous.”
On Thursday morning, Mr. El-Gamasy’s phone rang. A producer from ONtvLIVE, which positions itself as a politically independent Egyptian television network, wanted to know if Mr. El-Gamasy was available. The quick transformation into Clark Kent began: Mr. El-Gamasy removed the clear plastic deli gloves, the flat cap he uses to keep his hair back over the griddle, and the apron that protects his dress shirts from fryer splatter. On went his suit jacket and earpieces; he ran past the house bodega cat, curled on a garbage bag, and into his back-room studio.
“Sometimes I’ll be busy with an order with my customer, then I will have to jump. It’s — ‘One. Two. You’re live.’” he said, imitating the booming voice of a newscaster. “It’s, ‘Mr. Gamasy, are we going to war in North Korea?’” (The shoot that day was ultimately postponed.)
Mr. El-Gamasy decorated the walls of the converted room with maps of the United States, lending an academic-like backdrop to his televised appearances.
When news producers have asked what he does for a living, Mr. El-Gamasy has been evasive. (Last week, when a television network sent a camera crew to interview him on the anniversary of the Sept. 11 attacks, he met them at the bodega, but did not mention it was his. “I asked them if they wanted to stop for a sandwich,” he said. “I said, ‘I know the guy.’”)
Mr. El-Muhammady, the news producer from Egypt, said he did not know that Mr. El-Gamasy owned a bodega, and did not care. “The quality of the work is more important than the appearance of the person or the company,” he said.
As for the back-room bodega studio, he added, “Good for him that he prepared something that looks nice.”

Next week, Mr. El-Gamasy said he will report from the United Nations General Assembly for several stations in Egypt. He sees his role as part translator of the American people to his homeland, and part good-will ambassador for a country where he feels more at home than where he was born. “With Mr. Trump as president, I feel compelled to explain America more to the Middle East,” he said.
“Over here, the sky is the limit,” Mr. El-Gamasy said. “And I’m living proof of it.”


Trump troll doll naked

 Trump troll doll naked 

 naked Trump troll doll. The doll is also clutching a phone in its little hands – presumably for sending angry tweets and calling Russia.


Russian plane crash in Sinai

Russian plane crash in Sinai

lets start form first day the Russian plane crash in Sinai 

Some 224 people, mostly Russians, died when a Metrojet airliner crashed into the Sinai desert

#UPDATE 11/11/2015
New video show how thr airplane been booming

شاهد فيديو توضيحي لطريقة سقوط الطائرة الروسية إيرباص"321 A" بواسطة قنبلة فوق سيناء

The first video the ISIS show when Russia airplane

As all time the media lie and lie so never trust on them any more its been 4 years dont see tv or gov news too Because its full of stupid lies even not perfect lies on us.

the Egypt and Russia media keep said ( ITS NO WAY TO BY THE ISIS DID IT)
It will have been the first successful terror attack on a passenger jet for more than a decade, and the loss of 224 foreign civilians will have opened up a new front in the war against the so-called Islamic State group.
Relations between Russia, Egypt and the UK are already under strain, and Egypt stands to lose billions of pounds in tourism revenue if it is confirmed that IS was able to smuggle a bomb through one of its most popular resorts.
But it was USA and UK said its ISIS did it form day 2 , and Egypt and Russia media said that not true.
and they show this pic for us, to make us get sure its not the ISIS did it.
WHY USA and Britain has still not shared its intelligence with Egypt on the suspected bombing of the Metrojet airliner, said the official??
DO YOU SEE ANY DIED BODY ??? Think about it !!!



lets back to the first day in Sinai and Sharm el-sheikh



and the Egypt media said next day ( we get 55555 Russian come to visit Egypt )
i said WTF



Millions of people in Yemen on the edge hunger

Yemen facing serious food insecurity as conflict deteriorates, new UN study finds

 Six million people in Yemen are slipping towards severe hunger and now need emergency food and life-saving assistance, “a sharp increase” from the last quarter of 2014, according to a new joint study by two United Nations organizations.
“We are seeing a serious deterioration of the food security situation because of the ongoing conflict, which is also making humanitarian access difficult,” warned Salah El Hajj Hassan, Yemen Representative for the UN Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO).
In addition to the population facing a food security ‘emergency,’ another over 6.5 million people are classified as facing a food insecurity security ‘crisis,’ says the report, released yesterday and prepared by the FAO, in cooperation with the World Food Programme (WFP) and the Ministry of Planning and International Cooperation in Yemen (MoPIC), on behalf of other technical partners, including a number of non-governmental organizations.
“Unless access to the affected population is guaranteed to provide humanitarian assistance, further deterioration of the situation is very likely,” added Mr. Hassan.
Ten out of Yemen’s 22 governorates are now classified as facing food insecurity at ‘emergency’ level, finds the report. Millions more are highly vulnerable and could easily fall into emergency levels unless there is a dramatic improvement in the availability and access to food at prices that most people can afford.
The intensified conflict in Yemen has created a scarcity of staple foods and other essential commodities, disrupting livelihoods, markets, agriculture and fisheries, import, export and commercial activities, among others.
That situation has resulted, the report stresses, in a serious reduction in people’s incomes, as well as difficulty in accessing basic staple foods. Although the entire country is facing the effects of the conflict, the poorest households, internally displaced, unskilled labourers, and marginalized groups, are most affected.
“Until a political solution is in place in the country, we will continue to see an increase in the number of people struggling to feed themselves and their families across Yemen,” underlined WFP Representative and Country Director Purnima Kashyap. “We appeal to all parties to ensure unrestricted access for the delivery of humanitarian assistance to affected people.”
The Integrated Food Security Phase Classification (IPC) analysis used to collect these data meets international standards and underwent a rigorous real-time external quality review conducted by the global multi-partner IPC Global Support Unit (IPC GSU).
“The quality review concluded that the analyses made the best use of available evidence to infer the current situation. The findings are invaluable for response planning,” concluded Ms. IPC Global Programme Manager Cindy Holleman.

دراسة جديدة تفيد بأن ملايين الأشخاص في اليمن على حافة الجوع

أفادت دراسة جديدة صدرت اليوم عن منظمة الأغذية والزراعة بالأمم المتحدة، وبرنامج الأغذية العالمي، ووزارة التخطيط والتعاون الدولي اليمنية، نيابةً عن الشركاء الفنيين الآخرين، بأن ستة ملايين يمني على الأقل يعانون انعدام الأمن الغذائي الشديد وفي حاجة ماسة إلى المساعدات الغذائية الطارئة والمساعدات المنقذة للحياة في اليمن – وهي زيادة حادة مقارنةً بالربع الأخير من عام 2014.

ووفقاً لتحليل التصنيف المرحلي المتكامل لحالة الأمن الغذائي والاوضاع الانسانية، تم تصنيف عشرة من أصل 22 محافظة في اليمن الآن بأنها تعاني انعدام الأمن الغذائي الذي يصل إلى مستوى "الطوارئ". 

وهناك ملايين معرضون لانعدام الأمن الغذائي الشديد، ويمكن أن يصلوا بسهولة لمستوى الطوارئ ما لم يحدث تحسن كبير في توافر الغذاء وإمكانية الوصول إليه بأسعار يستطيع غالبية الناس تحملها.

وصرح صلاح الحاج حسن، ممثل منظمة الأغذية والزراعة في اليمن "نحن نشهد تدهوراً خطيراً وحاداً في وضع الأمن الغذائي بسبب الصراع المستمر، وهو ما يجعل من وصول المساعدات الإنسانية أمرا صعبا".

وقد أدى تصاعد النزاع إلى ندرة المواد الغذائية الأساسية وغيرها من السلع الأساسية، وتعطيل سبل كسب العيش، والأسواق، والزراعة، وصيد الأسماك، وأنشطة الاستيراد والتصدير والأنشطة التجارية، وغيرها. وقد أدى هذا إلى انخفاض خطير في دخل السكان فضلاً عن صعوبة الحصول على المواد الغذائية الأساسية. على الرغم من أن اليمن بأكمله يواجه الآثار المترتبة على الصراع، إلا أن الأسر الأشد فقراً، والنازحين داخلياً، والعمالة غير المدربة، هم الأكثر تضرراً.

وقال بورنيما كاشياب ممثل برنامج الأغذية العالمي والمدير القطري في اليمن، "في ظل الأوضاع الراهنة وحتى يتم التوصل إلى حل سياسي، سوف يستمر عدد الأشخاص الذين يكافحون من أجل إطعام أنفسهم وأسرهم في الازدياد، بالإضافة الى زيادة حالة تدهور الأمن الغذائي في جميع أنحاء اليمن. نحن نناشد جميع الأطراف ضمان الوصول غير المقيد للمساعدات الإنسانية للمتضررين." 

وقد جمعت عملية تحليل "التصنيف المرحلي المتكامل لحالة الأمن الغذائي والاوضاع الانسانية" المعلومات الخاصة بالأمن الغذائي المتاحة بطريقة منتظمة لوضع أفضل تقدير ممكن للوضع الراهن.

An unprecedented humanitarian catastrophe
Posted by UN Yemen on Tuesday, 23 June 2015

انعدام الأمن الغذائي وضعف إمدادات #المياه والصرف الصحي إضافة إلى عدم كفاية فرص الحصول على خدمات الرعاية الصحية يشكل تهدي...
Posted by World Health Organization- Yemen on Wednesday, 24 June 2015

A major #health crisis is unfolding in conflict-ravaged #Yemen, where hospitals have been destroyed, health workers...
Posted by World Health Organization- Yemen on Friday, 19 June 2015


Four Americans held in #Yemen by Houthi rebels

Sharif Mobley has not been heard from since an air strike last week hit the Hadda Street military base in Sana’a where he was being held. Photograph: Reprieve



Saudis Have Israel Nuke #Yemen for Them

Saudis Have Israel Nuke Yemen for Them

ال سلول يضربون نووى على اليمن 
#السعودية تستعمل طائرات اسرائيل لضرب صنعاء جبل نقم بالنووية لثانى مرة 

pictures and video has been send to me form my country  Yemen there token by my big brother and that site how saudia keep booming its full of citizens human life there be keeled every day by the big fucken muslm fucken kingdom

thanks for watching yemenia bababys women old people everything
hey don't tell plz


Neutron bomb dropped by IAF plane with Saudi markings...

Its either a very large MOAB bigger than 4,000 lbs. or; ???? Max weight for an F-15 / 16 is about 2,000 lb payload per bomb rack making the deployment of a MOAB impossible.

C. Its appears to be a small neutron bomb. The size, color, lightning effect and duration of the fire ball being suspended in mid air and the very large mushroom cloud is the main give away. The CCD cameras imaging device was “scintillating” (detecting Neutrons) That is the white pixel flashes in the video. When the photo has white pixel flashes in it, that is because it is being hit by neutrons from the nuclear fireball blast. It overloads the ccd’s electronic circuit producing white flashes.

If the radiation is too high it will burn out the chip. They have big problems with this in Japan with the Fukushima robots cameras failing due to very high radiation counts.

D. Delivery is most likely by an IDF F-16 with a Saudi paint job on the plane. They are not even hiding their use anymore, they just don’t publicly admit it and the IAEA does nothing or says nothing. That is the true war crime. The UN just ignores it unless the US, France or GB complains…….. Russia and China say nothing.

E. This is now the second known use of nukes in Yemen by Saudi Arabia…………..

Post Script:

A. The range of the camera is calculated to be about 4 to 5 miles from ground zero based on shock wave timing.

B.Saudi has no F-16’s. The aircraft reported to be used to droop the bomb in Yemen were F-16’s. Photos and acoustic signature confirms that the jet engines noise is from a single engine jet fighter of the F-16 type.

ترجمة.. مصادر أمريكية: طائرات إسرائيلية قصفت جبل نقم في عاصمة اليمن 

بأسلحة محرمة

ترجمة خاصة لـ"خبر" للأنباء - ليلى جمال:
غوردون دوف هو محارب مخضرم في البحرية الأمريكية وشارك في حرب فيتنام، وهو دبلوماسي معتمد ومقبول باعتباره واحدا من كبار خبراء الاستخبارات العالمية وخبراء الاسلحة النووية. ويدير أكبر منظمة في الاستخبارات الخاصة في العالم وكما يعمل استشاري لدى بعض الحكومات بخصوص القضايا الأمنية.

نشر هذا الخبير تقريراً على موقع Veterans Today مزوداً بالادلة العلمية حول القنبلة التي التي سقطت على جبل نقم الاسبوع الماضي.

وأكد الخبير غوردون دوف، استخدام سلاح نيوتروني على جبل نقم.
وقال غوردون دوف، إن طائرة اسرائيلية مطلية بالوان سلاح الجو السعودي هي من القت بالقنبلة النيوترونية.

وأشار الخبير دوف أن القنبلة ليست تقليدية - 2 رطل - بل هي أكبر بكثير .

وأضاف أن حجم الانفجار يفترض ان يكون ناتج عن قنبلة تقليدية وزن 4 الاف رطل، لكن هذا وزن زائد عن قدرة 16 الف رطل، وعليه الاحتمال المؤكد انها قنبلة نيوترونية مصغرة بالنظر الى قوة الانفجار ومدته وشكله الذي يشبه الفطر بالاضافة الى ان الفيديو اظهر ومضات صغيرة بيضاء تدل على اصطدام نيوترونات بشاشة التصوير ولكنها لاتحتوي اشعاعات كبيرة والا كانت عدسة التصوير ستحترق.

ونشر موقع Veterans Today فيديو انفجار القنبلة النيوترونية التي أسقطتها طائرة سلاح الجو الإسرائيلي على جبل نقم، وقال الموقع، إن الفيديو بتاريخ 20 مايو 2015.

وقال إنه من خلال عرض الفيديو من خلال كاميرا متخصصة، كشفت عن وجود نيوترونات في القنبلة التي أسقطت.

وتعتبر القنبلة هذه هي الثانية النووية التي تسقطها السعودية على اليمن - حد قوله