Israel 2018″Having the additional meetings with local dignitaries greatly enhanced the cultural exchange and educational value of the entire experience.” – Israel Traveler 2018″Excellent. Methodically planned as each day built on what we did the day before. Excellent tour guide and driver! Saeed and John were great.” – Israel Traveler 2018Meeting the man who's family has guarded the key to the Holy Sepulchre for centuries.Briefing with Terry Davidson, head of the U.S. Embassy in Israel's Public Diplomacy [JB emphasis]. Other meetings throughout the trip included:- Mayor of Bethlehem in the West Bank
– A Druze woman who explained who the Druze are and gave insight into their history and relationship with the Israeli government
– Director of the American Jewish Committee in Israel
– Mayor of Efrat, a Jewish Settlement in the West BankExploring the ruins at Masada, an ancient fortress on a plateau by the Dead Sea. …Belarus, Poland, Kaliningrad (Russia)..
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With the 2018 World Cup in Russia behind it, the soccer world’s focus shifts to the 2022 tournament in Qatar. Politics and the Gulf’s internecine political and legal battles have already shaped the debate about FIFA’s controversial awarding of World Cup hosting rights to Qatar. The battles highlight not only the sport’s dominance in the Middle East by autocratic leaders but also the incestuous relationship between politics and sports that is at the root of multiple scandals that have rocked the sports world for much of this decade and compromised good governance in international sports.
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