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By Ramzy Baroud - Jul 23,2024
 Targeting a school during a war could be justified or, at least, argued to have been a mistake.
By Ramzy Baroud - Jul 16,2024
Much has been written about the political earthquakes in Britain and France, the first resulting in the crushing defeat of the Conservative Party and the latter in the overpowering of the far right, by a largely leftist coalition.But these were not the only important outcomes of
By Ramzy Baroud - Jul 10,2024
Many political analysts believe that Israeli prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu is buying time in Gaza and Lebanon with the hope that Donald Trump returns to the White House, following the next November elections.Whether this is the case or not, Trump, this time around, is unlikel
By Ramzy Baroud - Jul 03,2024
Israel never learns from its mistakes.What Israeli prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu is trying to implement in Gaza is but a poor copy of previous strategies that were used in the past by other Israeli leaders.
By Ramzy Baroud - Jun 26,2024
“There will be no civil war” in Israel, Israeli prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu said on June 18.
By Ramzy Baroud - Jun 23,2024
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is often criticised for failing to produce a vision for the “next day”, meaning the day following the end of the Gaza war.Some of these criticisms emanate from Israel’s traditional western allies, who are wary of Netanyahu’s personal and
By Ramzy Baroud - Jun 12,2024
On June 6, Spain joined South Africa’s case at the United Nations top court, accusing Israel of genocide.This move followed a decision by Madrid and two other western European capitals — Dublin and Oslo — to recognise the state of Palestine, thus breaking ranks with a long-establ
By Ramzy Baroud - Jun 05,2024
If one were to argue that a top Spanish government official would someday declare that “from the river to the sea, Palestine would be free”, the suggestion itself would have seemed ludicrous.But this is precisely how Yolanda Diaz, Spain’s deputy prime minister, concluded a statem
By Ramzy Baroud - May 29,2024
Even the most optimistic of political analysts did not expect that the International Criminal Court’s (ICC) chief prosecutor would be uttering these words:“I have reasonable grounds to believe that Benjamin Netanyahu [...] and Yoav Gallant [...] bear criminal responsibility for [
By Ramzy Baroud - May 14,2024
By granting its 2024 World Press Freedom Prize to Palestinian journalists covering the Israeli war on Gaza, UNESCO has acknowledged a historic truth.Even if the decision to name Gaza’s journalists as laureates of its prestigious award was partly motivated by the courage of these



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