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By Ramzy Baroud - Dec 20,2023
When Zionist militias, using advanced Western arms, conquered historic Palestine in 1947-48, they expressed their victory through the deliberate humiliation of Palestinians.Much of that humiliation targeted women, in particular, knowing how the dishonour of Palestinian females re
By Ramzy Baroud - Dec 13,2023
What is taking place in Gaza is meant for the history books: an epic tale of a small nation under a long, brutal siege for many years, facing one of the greatest military powers in the world.
By Ramzy Baroud - Dec 06,2023
The whole thing may appear to be an exercise in futility, but there is a point why Palestinians are keen on releasing their prisoners, despite the heavy price they continue to pay for their freedom.It may seem rational to ask the question: what is the point of releasing a few Pal
By Ramzy Baroud - Nov 28,2023
 Shortly after the start of a four-day ceasefire in the war on Gaza, the prime ministers of Spain and Belgium, Pedro Sanchez and Alexander De Croo, appeared in a joint press conference at Rafah Crossing.While Sanchez described “what is happening [as] a disaster”, De Croo cal
By Ramzy Baroud - Nov 21,2023
It is simply inaccurate to claim that the ongoing Israeli attempt to displace all, or many Palestinian refugees from Gaza to Sinai is a new idea, compelled by recent circumstances.Displacing Palestinians, or as it is known in Israeli political lexicon, the “transfer”, is an old i
By Ramzy Baroud - Nov 15,2023
The ongoing discussions on the Israeli military objectives in Gaza are largely focused on whether Israel is planning a long or a short-term military reoccupation of the Strip.Israelis themselves are fuelling this conversation, with 41 per cent of Israelis wanting to leave Gaza fo
By Ramzy Baroud - Nov 07,2023
On October 20, secretary-general of the United Nations, Antonio Guterres, stood on the Egyptian side of the Rafah crossing, between Egypt and besieged Gaza.Guterres was not the only international figure to travel to the Gaza border, hoping to mobilise the international community
By Ramzy Baroud - Oct 31,2023
Gaza has changed the political equation in Palestine. Moreover, the repercussions of this devastating war are likely to alter the political equation in the entire Middle East and to re-centre Palestine as the world’s most urgent political crisis for years to come.Since the e
By Ramzy Baroud - Oct 24,2023
“[Tutsis] are cockroaches.
By Ramzy Baroud - Oct 17,2023
Israel had the perfect plan for Gaza, in fact, for all Palestinians, when it decided to redeploy its forces around the occupied Gaza Strip in 2005.Despite statements made, back then, by Israeli officials that the “disengagement” plan aimed at severing Israel's legal and other res



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