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Ramzy Baroud
By Ramzy Baroud - Jul 03,2018
US President Donald Trump's “deal of the century” will fail.
By Ramzy Baroud - Jun 26,2018
This past May, the United States Attorney General Jeff Sessions announced the government's “zero tolerance” policy at US border crossings. It was a matter of weeks before the new policy began yielding tragic outcomes.
By Ramzy Baroud - Jun 19,2018
Europe is facing the most significant refugee crisis since World War II.
By Ramzy Baroud - Jun 12,2018
What is taking place in Palestine is not a “conflict”.  We readily utilise the term but, in fact, the word “conflict” is misleading.
By Ramzy Baroud - Jun 05,2018
June 5, 2018 marked the 51st anniversary of the Israeli occupation of East Jerusalem, the West Bank and Gaza.But, unlike the massive popular mobilisation that preceded the anniversary of the Nakba, the catastrophic destruction of Palestine in 1948, on May 15,
By Ramzy Baroud - May 30,2018
On February 20, 2018, I embarked on a global book tour that has, thus far, taken me to eight nations.
By Ramzy Baroud - May 22,2018
Sixty Palestinians were killed in Gaza on May 14, simply for protesting and demanding their right of return as guaranteed by international law. Fifty more were killed since March 30, the start of the “Great March of Return”, which marks Land Day. Nearly 10,000 have been
By Ramzy Baroud - May 15,2018
When Google Earth was initially released in 2001, I immediately rushed to locate a village that no longer exists on a map, which now delineates a whole different reality.Although I was born and raised in a Gaza refugee camp, and then moved to and lived in the United States, findi
By Ramzy Baroud - May 08,2018
The Gaza border protests must be understood in the context of the Israeli occupation, the siege and the long-delayed “right of return” for Palestinian refugees.
By Ramzy Baroud - May 03,2018
Three more Palestinians were killed and 611 wounded last Friday, when tens of thousands of Gazans continued their largely non-violent protests at the Gaza-Israel border.Yet as the casualty count keeps climbing — nearly 45 dead and over 5,500 wounded — the deafening silence also c



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