And he expressed some concerns about praying in the open on campus because he was just unaware of what the climate was like at Ohio State. SHAPIRO: He’s Muslim, a Somali immigrant and was concerned that if he prayed in public, he could be harassed or attacked or subjected to violence or discrimination. STANKIEWICZ: Kind of how that came up is he, you know, ticked off a list of some of the examples of Islamophobia that had been happening in the media. There was a man in Avon who was just speaking Arabic in a parking lot and the police were called on him. And he just was not sure what the perception of him down praying would be. SHAPIRO: So how do you make sense of this person who seemed very sympathetic when you met him, who was concerned about Muslims being falsely accused of violence, subjected to violence, then going and this week committing this terrible act of violence? STANKIEWICZ: Yeah, I mean, it’s certainly the – the person I talked to on August 23 was a different person who quite simply just tried to kill people and inflict terror on Monday. And it’s been a – really hard this week to try and look at those two portraits and the two individuals, one who was very thoughtful and engaging and generous with his time to me, and then one who sent the campus into a frenzy. And there’s just so many questions and I really do not know what the answer is, and I don’t know even if the investigation will, you know, really settle on one answer. SHAPIRO: You wrote in The Washington Post this week that a lot of people have asked whether this has made you rethink what you wrote about that interview back in August.
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Both teams have had significant personnel changes since that World Cup, though: from that match alone, Brendon McCullum, Daniel Vettori, Grant Elliott, Michael Clarke, Shane Watson, Brad Haddin and Mitchell Johnson have all retired. New Zealand enter this series missing some important players: Ross Taylor is recovering from eye surgery, while Adam Milne, Mitchell McClenaghan and Corey Anderson are all out injured. But they could unleash the pace of Lockie Ferguson, who at his best can hit 150kph, and still have some fine names throughout their batting and bowling groups. Australia come in at full strength, with Josh Hazlewood and Mitchell Starc back after resting from the tour of South Africa, and Steven Smith’s men will be keen to put the focus back on the cricket after the Glenn Maxwell-Matthew Wade controversy in the lead-up. Form guide (last five completed matches, most recent first) Australia: LLLLL New Zealand: LWLWL Australia will be buoyed by the return of Mitchell Starc, who was rested for the South Africa tour AFP In the spotlight Glenn Maxwell hasn’t played an ODI since the tour of the West Indies in June, having been left out of the squad for the tours of Sri Lanka and South Africa. If he wanted to slip quietly back into the side for this series, his pre-match comments on Matthew Wade and the Victorian batting-order have ended any hopes of that. Maxwell might just find himself under even more pressure to perform as a result – if he even finds himself in the XI at all. http://kinglaceaay.onlinetechjournal.com/some-growing-options-for-locating-key-factors-of-interviewMartin Guptill is the No. 8-ranked ODI batsman in the world, boasts the second-highest score in ODI history (237*) and has struck 14 international centuries across formats.
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