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By Ramzy Baroud - Jan 24,2023
“For how long will I be in captivity?
By Ramzy Baroud - Jan 17,2023
In a self-congratulatory article published in the Atlantic in 2017, Yossi Klein Halevi describes Israeli behaviour at the just-conquered holy Muslim shrines in Occupied East Jerusalem in 1967 as “an astonishing moment of religious restraint”.“The Jewish people had just returned t
By Ramzy Baroud - Jan 10,2023
Once more, the International Court of Justice (ICJ) will offer a legal opinion on the consequences of the Israeli occupation of Palestine.A historic United Nations vote on December 31 called on the ICJ to look at the Israeli Occupation in terms of legal consequences, the rights o
By Ramzy Baroud - Jan 03,2023
Even before the new Israeli government was officially sworn in on December 29, angry reactions began emerging, not only among Palestinians and other Middle Eastern governments, but also among Israel’s historic allies in the West.As early as November 2, top US officials conveyed t
By Ramzy Baroud - Dec 19,2022
Just when Israel, and even some Palestinians, began talking about the Lions’ Den phenomenon in the past tense, a large number of fighters belonging to the newly-formed Palestinian group marched in the city of Nablus.  Unlike the group’s first appearance on September 2,
By Ramzy Baroud - Dec 13,2022
The next Nakba Day will be officially commemorated by the United Nations General Assembly on May 15, 2023.
By Ramzy Baroud - Dec 06,2022
We were mistaken to think that Palestine represents the central issue for all Arabs. Such language suggests that Palestine is an external subject, to be compared to other collective struggles that consume most Arabs, everywhere.
By Ramzy Baroud - Nov 29,2022
As western countries are floating the theory that Russia could escalate its conflict with Ukraine to a nuclear war, many western governments continue to turn a blind eye to Israel’s own nuclear weapons capabilities.
By Ramzy Baroud - Nov 22,2022
The recent decision by the United States Department of Justice to open an investigation into the killing, last May, of Palestinian-American journalist Shireen Abu Akleh is not a game-changer, but important and worthy of reflection, nonetheless.Based on the long trajectory of US m
By Ramzy Baroud - Nov 16,2022
At a recent Istanbul conference that brought many Palestinian scholars and activists together to discuss the search for a common narrative on Palestine, a Palestinian member of the audience declared at the end of a brief, but fiery intervention, “we are not red Indians”.The refer



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