Friday, May 5, 2023

Notations On Our World (Special Friday Edition): Out & About in the World This Week

 We present the following on the week that was as we look forward to releasing our weekly Route 66 coming up next week.

Jordan's Foreign Minister Ayman Safadi shakes hands with Syria's Foreign Minister Faisal Mekdad, before the start of the meeting of Arab foreign ministers in Amman, Jordan May 1, 2023
Syria's Assad Closer Than Ever to Full Normalization, Arab Foreign Ministers Indicate
Jack Khoury | 01.05.2023
Give me the red pill
(L-R) Iran's Foreign Minister Hossein Amir-Abdollahian, Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov, China's Foreign Minister Qin Gang and Pakistan's minister of State for Foreign Affairs Hina Rabbani Khar pose for photo during their meeting in Samarkand in April.
As Israel Bombs in Syria, Iran Acquires New Standing in Middle East
Zvi Bar'el | 02.05.2023
Missiles flying into the sky near international airport, in Damascus, Syria, 2019.
Syria Says One Soldier Killed, Seven Injured in Israeli Airstrike on Aleppo
Reuters | 02.05.2023
Soft power of Saudi Arabia sportswashing
Saudi Arabia Is Spending Billions on Sports and Not Just to Whitewash Its Repression
Sebastian Castelier / Opinion | 02.05.2023
Highway 60, which passes through Gush Etzion settlement block in the West Bank. The new road will pass through area B, an area where Israel does not have the authority to plan and build roads.
Israel Advances Plans for ‘Apartheid’ Road in Strategic West Bank Area
Hagar Shezaf | 02.05.2023
Striving for Status Quo, U.S. Keeps Close Tabs on Israel’s Iran Policy
Amos Harel | 02.05.2023
Iran's President Ebrahim Raisi (R) and his Iraqi counterpart Abdul Latif Rashid during a joint press conference in Tehran, April 29.
U.S. Says Troops to Stay in Iraq, Iran Warns Even One Is 'Too Many'
DPA | 02.05.2023
An illustration of a protest taking place outside of a bedroom window
I’m Israeli. My Partner Is half-Palestinian. At the Protests, I Feel Deeply Alienated
Ayala Berger / Opinion | 02.05.2023
The writer Muhammad Ali Taha at his home in Kabul, Israel.
Palestinian Author: We Should Join Israeli Protests, Without Palestinian Flags
Sheren Falah Saab | 02.05.2023
The Presidential candidate of the Nation Alliance and the leader of the Republican People's Party (CHP) Kemal Kilicdaroglu gestures as he visits people in the earthquake-hit Adiyaman last Friday.
The Rival Forcing Erdogan to Rejigger His Religious Nationalism
Zvi Bar'el | 02.05.2023
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan unveils the AKP election manifesto in Ankara. Can Turkey’s anti-Erdogan opposition win a historic victory?
Is Turkey Finally Ready to Throw Out Erdogan?
Louis Fishman | 02.05.2023


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