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By Ramzy Baroud - May 12,2015
In a Western capital far away from Gaza and Cairo, I recently shared a pot of tea with an “Egyptian refugee”. The term is familiar to me, but never have I encountered an Egyptian who refers to himself as such. One of them stated it as a matter of fact, saying, &ldqu
By Ramzy Baroud - May 05,2015
In November 1993 I was on a mission.
By Ramzy Baroud - Apr 28,2015
A student group asked me to address socialism in the Arab world, with the assumption that there is indeed such a movement that would be capable of overhauling the many incompetent and corrupt regimes across the region.
By Ramzy Baroud - Apr 21,2015
Are you surprised that there has been little mobilisation to help Yarmouk, the Palestinian refugee camp on the outskirts of Damascus, which is overrun by militants, and besieged by the Syrian army? Palestinians — and Syrians — there are killed in many ways, including
By Ramzy Baroud - Apr 14,2015
The population of Syria’s Palestinian Yarmouk Refugee Camp, which once exceeded 250,000 and dwindled throughout the Syrian civil war to 18,000, is a microcosm of the story of an entire nation whose perpetual pain shames us all. Refugees who escaped the Syrian war or are di
By Ramzy Baroud - Apr 07,2015
To suggest that the United States policies in Yemen was a “failure” is an understatement. It implies that the US had at least attempted to succeed.
By Ramzy Baroud - Mar 31,2015
Waiting on Israeli society to change from within is a colossal waste of time, a time during which the suffering of an entire nation torn between an occupied home and a harsh diaspora will continue.  But what are Palestinians and the supporters of a just peace in Palestine a
By Ramzy Baroud - Mar 24,2015
Imagine if an American presidential candidate made a plea to his supporters on election day with the following statement: “The Republican administration is in danger. Black voters are going en masse to the polls.
By Ramzy Baroud - Mar 17,2015
No matter how one attempts to wrangle with Daesh’s rise in Iraq and Syria, desperately seeking any political or other context that would validate the movement as an explainable historical circumstance, things refuse to add up. Not only is Daesh to a degree an alien movemen
By Ramzy Baroud - Mar 10,2015
This is not my geography teacher, or, more accurately it is not at all how I remember him. A series of APA images published by the British Daily Mail and other newspapers showed Hamad Al Hasanat lying dead in a mosque, surrounded by a group of Hamas fighters.

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