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country Israel / Genre Thriller / writed by Ron Leshem / directed by Yaron Zilberman / Abstract Details the year leading to the assassination of Israel's Prime Minister, Yitzhak Rabin (1922-1995), from the point of view of the assassin / Runtime 123minute. ติดตามนะครับ Part.4.

I watched it on Saturday, at westgate, so great. E kya karte hai bhai aap kabhi inake liye like kabhi unke liye like E sub band kariye bhai ji Kuchh alag comment kijiye. Lennon Lopez Cen-Tex world wide. Welcome to the official r/movies Golden Globes discussion thread. The awards ceremony begins at 5 PM PT / 8 PM ET, and airs on NBC in the United States and CTV in Canada. The links require you to sign in using your TV service provider. The suggested sort of this thread is 'new' so that we can react to the night's developments in real time - I will clear the suggested sort once the awards ceremony is over. Some housekeeping items before we get started: Everyone is welcome to discuss the television categories in the comments, but the body of this post will only be updated as Golden Globes for each of the film categories are awarded. We would recommend checking out r/television 's Golden Globes discussion thread for dedicated discussion of the TV categories. The vast majority of Golden Globes posts from tonight will be removed while our discussion thread (and, afterwards, our post-game thread) is active, in the interest of consolidating discussion. If you submitted something related to the Globes and want to inquire about why it is removed, send us a modmail! We'd be happy to chat about it. Please note that reddiquette applies to this and all discussion threads on reddit. The mods will remove any comments which are inciteful or which purposely bait others into flame wars. The film categories are listed below and winners will be bolded as they are announced. Jeff Bridges will be receiving the Cecil B. DeMille Award, while Carol Burnett will be receiving the inaugural Carol Burnett Award to honor her achievements in and contributions to television. For the full list of nominees and winners, please visit. Best Motion Picture — Animated Incredibles 2 Isle of Dogs Mirai Ralph Breaks the Internet Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse Best Original Score — Motion Picture Marco Beltrami, A Quiet Place Alexandre Desplat, Isle of Dogs Ludwig Göransson, Black Panther Justin Hurwitz, FIRST MAN Marc Shaiman, Mary Poppins Returns Best Original Song — Motion Picture “All the Stars, ” Black Panther “Girl in the Movies, ” Dumplin’ “Requiem for a Private War, ” A Private War “Revelation, ” Boy Erased “Shallow, ” A STAR IS BORN Best Performance by an Actress in a Supporting Role in Any Motion Picture Amy Adams, Vice Claire Foy, First Man Regina King, IF BEALE STREET COULD TALK Emma Stone, The Favourite Rachel Weisz, The Favourite Best Performance by an Actor in a Supporting Role in Any Motion Picture Mahershala Ali, GREEN BOOK Timothée Chalamet, Beautiful Boy Adam Driver, BlacKkKlansman Richard E. Grant, Can You Ever Forgive Me? Sam Rockwell, Vice Best Screenplay — Motion Picture Alfonso Cuarón, Roma Deborah Davis and Tony McNamara, The Favourite Barry Jenkins, If Beale Street Could Talk Adam McKay, Vice Peter Farrelly, Nick Vallelonga, Brian Currie, GREEN BOOK Best Performance by an Actor in a Motion Picture — Musical or Comedy Christian Bale, VICE Lin Manuel Miranda, Mary Poppins Returns Viggo Mortensen, Green Book Robert Redford, The Old Man & the Gun John C. Reilly, Stan & Ollie Best Picture — Foreign Language Capernaum Girl Never Look Away Roma Shoplifters Best Director — Motion Picture Bradley Cooper, A Star Is Born Alfonso Cuarón, ROMA Peter Farrelly, Green Book Spike Lee, BlacKkKlansman Adam McKay, Vice Best Performance by an Actress in a Motion Picture — Musical or Comedy Emily Blunt, Mary Poppins Returns Olivia Colman, THE FAVOURITE Elsie Fisher, Eighth Grade Charlize Theron, Tully Constance Wu, Crazy Rich Asians Best Picture — Comedy or Musical Crazy Rich Asians The Favourite Green Book Mary Poppins Returns Vice Best Performance by an Actress in a Motion Picture — Drama Glenn Close, THE WIFE Lady Gaga, A Star Is Born Nicole Kidman, Destroyer Melissa McCarthy, Can You Ever Forgive Me? Rosamund Pike, A Private War Best Performance by an Actor in a Motion Picture — Drama Bradley Cooper, A Star Is Born Willem Dafoe, At Eternity’s Gate Lucas Hedges, Boy Erased Rami Malek, BOHEMIAN RHAPSODY John David Washington, BlacKkKlansman Best Picture — Drama Black Panther BlacKkKlansman Bohemian Rhapsody If Beale Street Could Talk A Star Is Born.

BEIRUT — ​As fierce fighting and bombardments continue across Syria since a fragile pause in hostilities shattered, a resolution has arguably never been further off. And in neighboring Lebanon, the Syrian refugee issue is becoming more and more a source of multiple tensions between communities, politicians and countries. Clearly, frustrations are growing. Last week, some Lebanese ministers and politicians called for repatriation of Syrian refugees. While the proposal is being heavily criticized and shows little chance of succeeding, it reflects increasing vexation over the presence in Lebanon of an estimated 1. 5 million Syrian refugees. Foreign Minister Gebran Bassil drew early fire for saying Sept. 17 that Syrians and Palestinians who marry Lebanese women should not be conferred Lebanese nationality and adding that Syrians are “threatening our Lebanon. " Then-Labor Minister Sejaan Azzi announced a controversial plan to ship refugees back to Syria over a two-year period starting in January. Speaking at a Sept. 19 press conference, Azzi said his plan would place refugees into one of four groups — pro-President Bashar al-Assad, anti-Assad, neutral and “migrant” — before returning them to a “relatively safe space” back in Syria. “There are safe zones, ” Azzi claimed, “just no political decision or will to maintain the cease-fire. ” Syrians classed as “migrants, ” estimated at around 250, 000 people, would be the first to go, Azzi said, with a total of 1. 2 million Syrians targeted for repatriation under the proposals. The same day, Lebanese Prime Minister Tammam Salam offered up a similar plan at the United Nations Summit on Refugees and Migrants in New York, saying the “huge and sudden influx of refugees” beginning in 2011 now poses “dangerous risks to our stability, security, economy and public services. ” Salam suggested a system allowing for the “safe return” of Syrians, but later clarified that refugees would not be “forcibly deported. ” According to Azzi’s repatriation plan, Syrians with legal residency in Lebanon would not be targeted for return. But there’s a catch. Based on estimates from Human Rights Watch, some 70% of Syrians do not have residency, often because the $200 per-person renewal fees are beyond reach for a diaspora increasingly defined by poverty. UN High Commissioner on Refugees (UNHCR) spokesperson Lisa Abu Khaled said the agency closely watches "developments in countries of origin to see when such returns would be possible — as this is the solution refugees dream of. " However, "current conditions in Syria are not appropriate, " she added. “Recent events — including a deadly attack on a humanitarian aid convoy in Urum al-Kubra [west of Aleppo] — unfortunately demonstrate on a daily basis that the situation in Syria remains extremely unsafe and volatile at the moment, ” Abu Khaled told Al-Monitor, adding that UNHCR will be ready to provide repatriation support “when refugees can return safely. ” Rights groups and researchers, meanwhile, criticized the plans. “Lebanon has taken on a real burden in hosting more than a million Syrian refugees, but there is currently no area in Syria that would be safe for them to return to, ” said Bassam Khawaja, a Lebanon researcher at Human Rights Watch. “Any involuntary returns to Syria would constitute refoulement and would be illegal under international law. ” Nasser Yassin, research director at the Issam Fares Institute at the American University of Beirut, told Al-Monitor the plans are “unrealistic” and reflective of “populist talk … being said to gain more support among the constituency of those politicians. ” Yassin argued that while involuntary returns are illegal and so won’t receive the support of UNHCR, the situation in Syria also requires realistic policy proposals. “First, from a protection perspective, this cannot happen; second, this isn’t realistic. You’re going to put them on a bus and send them back to the borders? ” he asked. “I don’t think anyone in the international community or from human rights organizations would facilitate any of this. ” Some areas of Syria might be safer than others, "but there is a lot of competition now for resources and there’s overcrowding in these areas" caused by the mass movement of more than 6. 5 million internally displaced persons within Syria itself, he said. Official participation in incitement against refugees and migrants in Lebanon appears to be getting worse, some say, which creates a second tier of discrimination on top of scattered outbursts of violence such as those seen on the outskirts of Beirut last week. Several people were wounded after Lebanese residents and Syrian refugees exchanged gunfire in Dohat Aramoun, some 20 kilometers (12 miles) south of Beirut, on the night of Sept. 20. According to the state-run National News Agency, the Lebanese army intervened after “heavy and intense exchange of machine-gun fire. ” While world leaders came together to pledge support for refugees and migration projects at two UN summits last week, the European Union is working with the Lebanese government to assist Syrian refugees. The EU has already designated Lebanon as one of six “priority countries” for migration management and development projects. An initiative, part of the Partnership Framework endorsed in June, puts curbing migration at the top of the EU's foreign policy priorities and offers “incentives” such as trade deals and development aid for compliant partner countries. Negotiations on detailed EU-Lebanese projects planned under the Partnership Framework are said to be ongoing, although a framework communication does mention improving infrastructure and services — including waste management, water, education and health — as well as economic opportunities for the “most vulnerable Lebanese communities. ” In return, the Partnership Framework asks that the Lebanese government “make efforts on the social and economic inclusion of Syrian refugees in order to improve their living conditions and legal residence status. ” The presence of well over 1 million Syrian refugees has had an impact on Lebanon's society, economy and national politics that is not hard to divine. While debate around repatriation is likely to continue in Lebanon, last week’s plans and statements reveal more deep-seated issues with refugee policy — both in Lebanon and Europe. “The refugee issue [in Lebanon] has become now, like many other places in the world, a subject for political contention, and some politicians use it to gain more votes and show that they are protecting the benefits of their populace. Unfortunately, this is where we are, ” Yassin told Al-Monitor. However, he added, Europe “can’t just ask Lebanon to keep all those [refugees] … and just send in money. ” “Europe needs to show this part of the world, in addition to the money and support and concessions and so on … the goodwill and solid actions to resolve the war in Syria, ” he said. Found in: unhcr, refugee issues, refugee crisis, refugee camps, lebanese domestic politics, lebanese deportations, lebanese-syrian relations, gebran bassil.

I love how this trailer was done to see two sides of point of view from a husband and wife so we would not judge it to easily and getting understand better the plot. Just watched it, good movie.

A Chinese court convicts eight Tibetans of murder and hands out harsh sentences over accusations they incited others to self-immolate. A Chinese court has convicted eight Tibetans over accusations they incited others to self-immolate, the official Xinhua News Agency said. The court in Aba prefecture in the southwestern province of Sichuan sentenced Lorang Konchok, 40, to death with a two-year reprieve and gave his nephew Lorang Tsering, 31, a 10-year prison sentence, for their roles in encouraging eight people to self-immolate last year, three of whom died from their burns, Xinhua said. Both were charged with murder. Suspended death sentences are usually commuted to life in prison. Calls to the court rang unanswered Thursday. The case is the first known public prosecution of self-immolations and a further sign that Beijing is responding to the increasing number of protests by criminalizing both the protesters and their friends and sympathizers. The convictions also appear aimed at shoring up Beijing's claims that such acts are instigated by outsiders with ulterior motives, rather than genuine protests. In a separate report, Xinhua said a county court in Gannan prefecture in Gansu province sentenced six ethnic Tibetans to between three and 12 years in prison for their roles in the self-immolation of a local resident in October. Call for religious freedom Nearly 100 Tibetan monks, nuns and lay people have set themselves on fire since 2009, usually after calling for religious freedom and the return of their exiled spiritual leader, the Dalai Lama. Authorities initially responded to the protests by flooding Tibetan areas with security forces to seal them off and prevent information from getting out. With those efforts doing little to stop or slow the protests, Beijing now appears to be seeking to weaken sympathy for them by portraying them as misguided and criminal. At a daily briefing Thursday, Foreign Ministry spokesman Hong Lei said the Lorangs "pushed innocent people onto the road of self-immolations and the road of no return" to further what the government says is the Dalai Lama's goal to split Tibet from China. "We hope through the sentencing of these cases, the international community will be able to clearly see the evil and malicious methods used by the Dalai clique in the self-immolations and condemn their crimes, " Hong said. Xinhua said Lorang Konchok met with one self-immolator on the day before he set himself on fire. It said he recorded the man's personal information, took his photos and promised to spread word of his self-immolation overseas while conveying his last words to his family. Xinhua said five other people goaded by the pair to self-immolate did not do so, either because they changed their minds or because police intervened. Earlier this month, Xinhua reported that police in Qinghai province arrested a Tibetan monk who attempted to self-immolate last November and another Tibetan man who allegedly encouraged him. The men were arrested on charges of jeopardizing public safety and murder.

Ever notice the deranged ones thinks they know what incites people to violence 🤔

The Vikings arent coming.
If this goes well,well release: Wimpy Diary Of Kid A.
Level 1 How much are you being paid to post this crap? level 2 None. How much do you get paid? level 2 What proof/source do you have in relation to stating it's a "Jewish Supremacist website"? level 2 Right. Obviously it’s just more rewriting of history. But it’s getting crazy - they have “scholars” now writing entire fake history books. It’s almost like they’re anticipating the whole “the winners write the history books” thing. And they do it in western school books too.. And in elementary schools even. There is no institution these ppl won’t exploit. reddit's free speech political subreddit - no agenda, few rules, reddit's opposite day - do not encourage or incite violence - do not abuse your fellow redditors Reddit Inc © 2020. All rights reserved.

If this goes well well release “ how the Christmas stole grinch “. @SamuelJoaodaSuica the covenant at all. At most, I've been pointing out how violent the Bible is, just as you've been pointing out how violent the Kuran is. And I've managed to point out more in the Bible than you in the Kuran. Like the Kennedy assassinations, the Rabin assassination is surrounded by a lot of unanswered questions. But this dramatization adheres closely to the accepted theory of Yigal Amir as lone killer. The English-language title, Incitement" unlike the Hebrew title) hints at the tirelessly repeated accusations that the political right in general, and Bibi Netanyahu in particular, stirred up the deadly animus against Rabin. However, the movie makes a point of accurately showing a couple of incidents that the accusations commonly distort. It shows that a particularly nasty poster of Rabin (dressing him in an SS uniform) was distributed by agent provocateur Avishai Raviv and wasn't really a poster at all but a handbill; and it shows that a coffin carried in an anti-Oslo demonstration was not a symbol threatening Rabin with death but a symbol lamenting the supposed death of Zionism. Where the depiction does go overboard, I'd say, is in emphasizing the tacit support by the religious establishment for an attack on Rabin. Bar-Ilan University, which has a Jewish religious atmosphere but also has secular Jewish students and even Arab students, is portrayed as entirely religious and plastered with anti-Rabin posters on every wall. Rabbis are shown one after another stopping short of disapproval with respect to Amir's intention to kill Rabin.
Despite not spending important time bashing Bibi, the movie does bother at the end to grumble that when he took office, his inaugural speech didn't mention Rabin.
But how is the movie as a movie? you ask. Apart from stating its point of view on the murder (and being released in Israel half a week before an election) it doesn't seem to have much of a message. As an exercise in recreating episodes that are only 25 years old and well remembered from the news, it works well. It blends recreations with authentic footage elegantly. The filmmakers did not employ well-known actors who would have made disbelief difficult to suspend, but the actors handle their parts well. The music is spare and appropriately ominous. But if the movie breaks forth from its narrow focus to imply any larger statement about the human condition, I missed it.

I am about to puke they make me sick. Ever since ozark... i love her so actress... i smell greatness in her... 🔥. I miss her Ozark “Ruth” twang! Shes so amazing tho, all kidding aside. Really well done. The story is compelling and the acting is seamless and fantastic especially the lead actor. I was also impressed by the editing. They used real footage of real events and combined them into the new footage is a seamless and a very skilled fashion, impressive. So demo can call for violence & intimidation on anyone who doesn't agree with them, but when Trump finally has enough of their crappie & calls them on it, they say say he's inciting violence? HYPOCRITS. Didn't they just change the rules for whistle blowers so basically heresay is all you need? Heresay isn't allowed in court but it is to impeach a president.



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