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By Ramzy Baroud - May 06,2014
I unfriended another Facebook friend this week. It may seem a trivial matter, but for me, it is not. The reason for my action was Syria.
By Ramzy Baroud - Apr 29,2014
For years, Palestinian factions have strived for unity, and for years unity has evaded them. But is it possible that following several failed attempts, Fateh and Hamas have finally found that elusive middle ground?
By Ramzy Baroud - Apr 22,2014
To understand how thoughtless the latest US “peace process” drive has been, one only needs to consider some of the characters involved in this political theatre. One particular character who stands out as a testament to the inherently futile exercise is Martin Indyk.
By Ramzy Baroud - Apr 15,2014
Israel’s deputy foreign minister, Ze’ev Elkin, is a member of Benjamin Netanyahu’s Likud Party and his predominantly rightwing Cabinet.
By Ramzy Baroud - Apr 08,2014
US Secretary of State John Kerry couldn’t hide his frustration anymore as the US-sponsored peace process continued to falter. After eight months of wrangling to push talks between Israel and the Palestinian Authority forward, he admitted, while in a visit to Morocco, on Ap
By Ramzy Baroud - Apr 01,2014
As the US-imposed April 29 deadline for a “framework” agreement between the Israeli government and the Palestinian Authority looms, time is also running out for the American administration, which must now conjure up an escape route to avoid a political crisis if the t
By Ramzy Baroud - Mar 25,2014
When Palestinian leader Yasser Arafat was confined by Israeli soldiers to his headquarters in the West Bank city of Ramallah, Mohammed Dahlan reigned supreme.
By Ramzy Baroud - Mar 18,2014
Long before the boycott, sanctions and divestment campaign inched slowly from the fringes of global solidarity with Palestinians to take centre stage, Tony Benn had been advocating a boycott of Israel with unrestricted conviction, for years. “Britain should offer its suppo
By Ramzy Baroud - Mar 11,2014
Something sinister is brewing around and below Al Aqsa Mosque in occupied East Jerusalem, and it has the hallmark of a familiar Israeli campaign to strip the mosque of its Muslim Arab identity.
By Ramzy Baroud - Mar 04,2014
In the early days of the Syrian uprising-turned civil war, three years ago, the writing on the wall of it becoming an intricate regional and international conflict was there for all to see.  Palestinians in Syria were likely to find themselves a pawn in a dirty war, but few



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