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By Ramzy Baroud - May 04,2021
The decision on April 30 by Palestinian Authority president, Mahmoud Abbas, to “postpone” Palestinian elections, which would have been the first in 15 years, will deepen Palestinian division and could, potentially, signal the collapse of the Fateh Movement, at least in its c
By Ramzy Baroud - Apr 28,2021
At a recent virtual J Street Conference, US senators, Bernie Sanders and Elizabeth Warren broke yet another political taboo when they expressed willingness to leverage US military aid as a way to pressure Israel to respect Palestinian human rights. Sanders believes that the
By Ramzy Baroud - Apr 13,2021
Australia’s Labour Party’s(ALP) recognition of Palestine as a State on March 30 is a welcomed position, though it comes with many caveats.Pro-Palestinian activists are justified to question the sincerity of the ALP’s stance and whether Australia’s Labour is genuinely prepared to
By Ramzy Baroud - Mar 30,2021
A “major setback” was the recurring term in many news headlines reporting on the outcome of Israel’s general elections of March 23.
By Ramzy Baroud - Mar 23,2021
A Palestinian man, Atef Yousef Hanaysha, was killed by Israeli occupation forces on March 19 during a weekly protest against illegal Israeli settlement expansion in Beit Dajan, near Nablus, in the northern West Bank. Although tragic, the above news reads like a routine item
By Ramzy Baroud - Mar 17,2021
A much anticipated American foreign policy move under the Biden Administration on how to counter China’s unhindered economic growth and political ambitions came in the form of a virtual summit on March 12, linking, aside from the United States, India, Australia and Japan. &n
By Ramzy Baroud - Mar 09,2021
Many Palestinian intellectuals and political analysts find themselves in the unenviable position of having to declare a stance on whether they support or reject upcoming Palestinian elections which are scheduled for May 22 and July 30.
By Ramzy Baroud - Mar 02,2021
At a glance, it may appear that the split of Arab political parties in Israel is consistent with a typical pattern of political and ideological divisions which have afflicted the Arab body politic for many years.
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.



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