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By Ramzy Baroud - Sep 18,2018
Like vultures, Israeli soldiers descended on Khan Al Ahmar on September 14, recreating a menacing scene with which the residents of this small Palestinian village, located east of Jerusalem, are all too familiar.The strategic location of Khan Al Ahmar makes the story behind the i
By Ramzy Baroud - Sep 11,2018
Yossi Beilin is back. This unrepentant Israeli “peacemaker” is like the mythical phoenix, constantly resurrecting from its own ashes.
By Ramzy Baroud - Sep 04,2018
Israel wants to change the rules of the game entirely.
By Ramzy Baroud - Aug 28,2018
Hanan Al Khoudari resorted to Facebook in a cry for help when Israeli authorities rejected her request to accompany her three-year-old son, Louay, to his chemotherapy treatment in East Jerusalem.The boy is suffering from an “aggressive soft tissue sarcoma”.
By Ramzy Baroud - Aug 14,2018
When Mike Treen, the National Director of the “Unite Union” in New Zealand arrived at the airport in the capital, Auckland, on August 1, a group of people were anxiously waiting for him at the terminal with Palestinian flags and flowers.
By Ramzy Baroud - Aug 07,2018
The father of 11-year-old Abdul Rahman Nofal contacted me, asking for help. His son was shot in the leg during Gaza's “Great March of Return” protests.
By Ramzy Baroud - Jul 31,2018
Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban visited Israel on July 19, where he met Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and other officials.
By Ramzy Baroud - Jul 24,2018
Head of the Arab Joint List Alliance at the Israeli Knesset, Ayman Odeh, described the passing of the racist Jewish nation-state law as "the death of our democracy".Did Odeh truly believe that, prior to this law, he had lived in a true democracy?
By Ramzy Baroud - Jul 18,2018
“In my four years as High Commissioner, I have heard many preposterous claims. That claim is almost in its own category of absurdity. Have you no shame, sir, have you no shame?
By Ramzy Baroud - Jul 11,2018
A recent European Council summit in Brussels was meant to articulate a united policy on the burgeoning refugee and migrant crisis. Instead, it served to highlight the bitter divisions among various European countries.

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