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Dr. Ramzy Baroud

Dr. Ramzy Baroud is a journalist, author and editor of The Palestine Chronicle. He is the author of six books. His latest book, co-edited with Ilan Pappe, is “Our Vision for Liberation: Engaged Palestinian Leaders and Intellectuals Speak Out.” His other books include “My Father was a Freedom Fighter” and “The Last Earth.” He is a nonresident senior research fellow at the Center for Islam and Global Affairs. His website is www.ramzybaroud.net. 

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Latest published

How Oct. 7 changed our understanding of the Palestinian Nakba

Inadvertently, Israel has pressed the reset button on its war with the Palestinian people, taking the so-called conflict back to square one.

May 21, 2024

How Israel inadvertently empowered Palestinian media

By granting its 2024 World Press Freedom Prize to Palestinian journalists covering the Israeli war on Gaza, UNESCO has acknowledged a historic truth.

May 13, 2024

What do Palestinians in Gaza want?

What is taking place in the Occupied Territories is not a conflict but a straightforward case of illegal military occupation, apartheid, ethnic cleansing and outright genocide.

May 06, 2024

US students rising for Gaza is a case of humanity at its finest

The mass protests at dozens of US universities cannot be reduced to a stifling and misleading conversation about antisemitism.

April 30, 2024

Kahane would be proud of Ben-Gvir’s long game

Throughout Israel’s history, fringe religious Zionist parties have had limited success in achieving the kind of electoral victories that would allow them an actual share of the country’s political decision-making powers.

April 22, 2024

Israel’s lose-lose situation shows its crisis is just beginning

Historically, wars unite Israelis. Not anymore.

April 02, 2024

Israel is committing genocide in Gaza, but who is giving it the murder weapon? 

More than 9,000 Palestinian women have been killed since the start of the Israeli war on the Gaza Strip. Mothers have been the largest share of Israeli killings, at an average of 37 mothers per day since Oct. 7. 

March 25, 2024