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By Ramzy Baroud - Dec 10,2019
It was a scandal of the highest calibre. On November 23, the Senate of the University of Cape Town (UCT) in South Africa was practically bullied to reverse an earlier decision that called for the academic boycott of Israel.
By Ramzy Baroud - Dec 04,2019
This time, nothing seems to work. Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has tried every trick in the book to save his political career and to avoid possible prison time.
By Ramzy Baroud - Nov 26,2019
It is hardly shocking that the United States government has finally decreed that illegal Jewish settlements, which have been built in defiance of international law, are, somehow, “consistent” with international law.  US foreign policy has been edging closer towards this
By Ramzy Baroud - Nov 19,2019
An Israeli attack on Gaza was imminent, and not because of any provocations by Palestinian groups in the besieged, impoverished Gaza Strip. The Israeli military escalation was foreseeable because it factors neatly in Israel’s contentious political scene.
By Ramzy Baroud - Nov 05,2019
The act of Palestinian activists covering their faces during anti-Israeli occupation rallies is an old practice that spans decades.
By Ramzy Baroud - Oct 29,2019
Palestine’s Christian population is dwindling at an alarming rate. The world’s most ancient Christian community is moving elsewhere.
By Ramzy Baroud - Oct 23,2019
In December 2018, 17-year-old Palestinian teen, Ayham Sabah, was sentenced by an Israeli military court to 35 years in prison for his alleged role in a stabbing attack targeting an Israeli soldier in an illegal Jewish settlement in the West Bank.Sabah was only 14 years old when t
By Ramzy Baroud - Oct 15,2019
The call by Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas for elections in the occupied territories is a political ploy. There will be no true, democratic elections under Abbas’ leadership.
By Ramzy Baroud - Oct 08,2019
On August 20, Heba Ahmed Labadi fell into the dark hole of the Israeli legal system, joining 413 Palestinian prisoners who are currently held in so-called administrative detention.On September 26, Heba and seven other prisoners declared a hunger strike to protest their unlawful d
By Ramzy Baroud - Oct 01,2019
On September 16, I visited South Africa, a country where many Palestinians have always felt welcomed, if not overwhelmed, by the degree of genuine and meaningful solidarity. While having the honour to address many audiences in six major cities, I have also learned a great de

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