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By Ramzy Baroud - Feb 23,2021
For Palestinians, exile is not simply the physical act of being removed from their homes and their inability to return. It is not a casual topic pertaining to politics and international law, either. Nor is it an ethereal notion, a sentiment, a poetic verse.
By Ramzy Baroud - Feb 16,2021
Motivated by their justifiable aversion to former US President Donald Trump, many analysts have rashly painted a rosy picture of how Democrats could quickly erase the bleak trajectory of the previous Republican administration.
By Ramzy Baroud - Feb 09,2021
Israeli anxiety was palpable when it was reported that Israel’s Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu was not contacted by the new American President, Joe Biden, for days after the latter’s inauguration.
By Ramzy Baroud - Feb 02,2021
Claims made by Democratic New York City mayoral candidate, Andrew Yang, in a recent op-ed in the Jewish weekly, “The Forward”, point to the prevailing ignorance that continues to dominate the US discourse on Palestine and Israel. Yang, a former Democratic Presidential candid
By Ramzy Baroud - Jan 26,2021
“A Regime of Jewish Supremacy from the Jordan River to the Mediterranean Sea: This is Apartheid,” was the title of a January 12 report by the Israeli rights group B’Tselem. No matter how one is to interpret B’Tselem’s findings, the report is earth-shattering.
By Ramzy Baroud - Jan 19,2021
On January 11, the Israeli Lod District Court ruled against a Palestinian film-maker Mahmoud Bakri ordering him to pay hefty compensation to an Israeli soldier who was accused, along with the Israeli military, of carrying out war crimes in April 2002, in the Palestinian Jenin ref
By Ramzy Baroud - Jan 12,2021
Israel’s decision to exclude Palestinians from its COVID-19 vaccination campaign may have surprised many.
By Ramzy Baroud - Jan 05,2021
2020 will go down in history as the year that terminated the American-sponsored “peace process”.
By Ramzy Baroud - Dec 29,2020
On December 21, the United States Congress passed the COVID-19 Relief Package, as part of a larger $2.3 trillion bill meant to cover spending for the rest of the fiscal year.
By Ramzy Baroud - Dec 23,2020
It is convenient to surmise that Israel’s current political crisis is consistent with the country’s unfailing trajectory of short-lived governments and fractious ruling coalitions.



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