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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
By Ramzy Baroud - Feb 25,2014
Omar is a 7-year-old boy from Gaza. His family managed to obtain the necessary permits that allowed him to cross the Erez checkpoint to Jerusalem, through the West Bank, in order to undergo surgery.
By Ramzy Baroud - Feb 18,2014
On February 14, this year, 92 inmates escaped from prison in the Libyan town of Zliten.
By Ramzy Baroud - Feb 04,2014
As US Secretary of State John Kerry hurried to his helicopter ready to take off at the end of a visit to Iraq last year, it was becoming clearer that the Americans had lost control of a country they wished to mould to their liking. His departure on March 24, 2013, was the co
By Ramzy Baroud - Jan 28,2014
In a recent radio interview with a National Public Radio affiliate in Juneau, Alaska, I was asked if I had advice for a 16-year-old Palestinian student, Haitham. He had just arrived in the US as part of a school exchange programme and, admirably, began reaching out to his pe
By Ramzy Baroud - Jan 21,2014
Israel is often viewed by Washington politicians as the most “stable” ally in the Middle East.
By Ramzy Baroud - Jan 14,2014
The death of former Israeli leader Ariel Sharon enlivened US media’s interest in the legacy of a man considered by many a war criminal, and by some a hero.



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