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Ramzy Baroud
By Ramzy Baroud - Nov 27,2018
When Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu ordered his army to carry out a limited operation in the besieged Gaza Strip on November 12, he certainly did not anticipate that his military adventure would destabilise his government and threaten the very survival of his right-win
By Ramzy Baroud - Nov 20,2018
The November 12 botched Israeli military operation in the Gaza Strip is delineating Tel Aviv’s failure to utilise its army as a tool to achieve Palestinian political concessions.Now that the Palestinian popular resistance has gone global through the exponential rise and growing s
By Ramzy Baroud - Nov 13,2018
Right-wing Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is escalating his war on the Palestinian people, although for reasons almost entirely related to Israeli politics.
By Ramzy Baroud - Nov 06,2018
When Israeli forces stormed the house of Palestinian parliamentarian and lawyer, Khalida Jarrar, on April 2, 2015, she was engrossed in her research.
By Ramzy Baroud - Oct 31,2018
Although ties between Washington and Tel Aviv are stronger than ever, Israeli leaders are aware of a vastly changing political landscape.
By Ramzy Baroud - Oct 23,2018
Several Palestinian students, along with teachers and officials, were wounded in the Israeli forces’ attack on a school south of Nablus in the West Bank on October 15.
By Ramzy Baroud - Oct 16,2018
US ambassador to the UN, Nikki Haley, has made her post a “more glamorous” position than her predecessors, as President Donald Trump described Haley’s 2-year term at the UN, following her resignation announcement.We may never know the nature of Haley’s purported “glamou
By Ramzy Baroud - Oct 09,2018
As the frail body of 12-year-old Nassir Al Mosabeh fell to the ground on Friday, September 28, history was repeating itself in a most tragic way.Little Nassir was not just another number, a “martyr” to be exalted by equally poor refugees in Gaza or vilified by Israel an
By Ramzy Baroud - Oct 03,2018
There is a rational explanation of why India and Brazil, two countries with vast populations and large and growing economies, are not permanent members of the United Nations Security Council (UNSC).The council, made up of 5 permanent and ten rotating members, was designed to refl
By Ramzy Baroud - Sep 25,2018
The US government’s decision to slash funds provided to the United Nations agency that cares for Palestinian refugees, UNRWA, is part of a new American-Israeli strategy aimed at redefining the rules of the game altogether. As a result, UNRWA is experienci