Modern Russia and the Russo-Ukrainian War

Anbu Touma, "The Syrian Civil War" - Recommended for learning about the Assad regime and the history of the civil war. Also to learn about the connection to the Russian-Ukrainian war.

The book provides a chronological account of the complex and bizarre Syrian Civil War.

The explanations are quite detailed and can be read by those who know nothing about this civil war. It was very easy to understand the flow of how this civil war came to be so intricately composed.

It was also important for me to know the tactics of the U.S. and Russia in response to this civil war. I now understand why this civil war was so important in the Russian-Ukrainian war.

Russian History and Culture and Dostoevsky

O. Fayziz, "The Crimean War" - A great book to learn about Russian-Ukrainian relations and modern Western European affairs!

I was really surprised by this work as well.

I was stunned to learn that the Crimean War was such a war.

Although this war is covered in world history textbooks, it is a reminder of how intricate the background was and how the effects of this war have continued to the present day.

In a world shaken by the situation in Ukraine, it is very significant to learn about this war.

I highly recommend this work.

Learning from the History, Thought and Literature of the Cold War World

Kazuo Takahashi, "I see what you mean! Palestine and Israel" - A recommended introduction to the Palestinian conflict!

This book is an excellent introduction to the Palestinian issue! With very clear explanations, this book is friendly to the beginning student. In this book you will learn the basics of the complex and difficult Palestinian issue. In this article, I will talk about nationalism, Zionism, and British trilateral diplomacy.

Learning from the History, Thought and Literature of the Cold War World

Tamim Ansari, "World History" from the Perspective of Islam" - A great book to learn about the history of Islam!

This book is the best book on the history of Islam. Not only does it give you an insight into Islam itself, but it also looks at it in terms of its connection to the rest of the world. The great thing about this book is exactly in the author's narrative. It is not easy to tell a story that is interesting even to those who have no knowledge of religion or world history. The author does it beautifully!
I love this book and have read it many times, even before I traveled abroad in 2019 I learned about the history of Islam from this book.

I am sure you will discover many surprising facts in this book. Such an exciting book is hard to find.

Spain (ed.)

Reflections on the Meaning of the Holy Land in Santiago de Compostela, Spain (15)

先の記事「カトリック巡礼の聖地、サンティアゴ・デ・コンポステーラに到着 スペイン編⑭」ではサンティアゴ・デ・コンポステーラが聖地となったのは9世紀初頭に聖ヤコブの遺骨が見つかったことがきっかけであることをお話ししました。

And here in Santiago de Compostela is a holy place of great importance as one of the three major Catholic pilgrimage sites along with Jerusalem and the Vatican.


JerusalemIsrael ed.

Leaving Israel and the infamous Ben Gurion Airport - Finishing up in Israel ㉒

The airport we will be using is Ben Gurion Airport. This airport is notorious for having the strictest passport control in the world.

The first requirement is that you must arrive at the airport at least three hours before departure, whereas at most airports you only need to arrive about two hours before departure.

He said he would be extremely angry if he did not make it on time.

This is no wonder, as the inspection was so thorough, with multiple layers of checks and even opening bags to check the contents of all luggage.

And what were you doing in Israel? and who packed that luggage? and many other questions.

There was also the rather unsettling information that if they were even slightly suspicious, they would be sent to another room.

We will now head to Ben Gurion Airport.

テルアビブIsrael ed.

The best sunset I saw in Tel Aviv, a beach resort in the Middle East! Israel Part 2

We will now leave the city of Jerusalem for Tel Aviv, the capital of Israel.

Tel Aviv is a city that made big news in Japan due to the capital relocation issue.

And if you do your research beforehand, you will find that here in Tel Aviv is a major beach resort with the most European feel in the Middle East.

The Middle East is a desert. I had this image of the Middle East as a desert, but it seems that Tel Aviv is a major beach resort facing the Mediterranean Sea.

Jerusalem, the holy city of religion, and the deserts of the Middle East.

Perhaps there is a world here that overturns such an image.