Middle East Memo

View this email in your browser. In Qatar, the World Cup Puts the Middle East’s Contradictions on Display Hi, everyone. I’m Lina Khatib, bringing you the latest developments from and about the Middle East. Please send feedback by hitting reply, or look for me on Twitter where I am @LinaKhatibUK. I’m always happy to hear from readers. DOHA, Qatar—The 2022 FIFA World Cup, one of the biggest international sporting events, is being held for the first time in the Middle East, with Qatar as the host nation. As a member of the England Supporters’ Travel Club—the official fan club of […]

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