Ramzy Baroud has been writing about the Middle East for over 20 years. He is an internationally syndicated columnist, a media consultant, an author of several books, and the founder of PalestineChronicle.com.
How Israel miscalculated its political power in Africa
Israel protests are not the salvation of Palestinians
As hundreds of thousands of people joined anti-government protests throughout Israel at the weekend, questions began to arise regarding how this movement might affect, or possibly merge with, the wider struggle against the Israeli military occupation and apartheid in Palestine.
Why pro-Israel groups are funding Nikki Haley’s presidential bid
Though it has been argued that the so-called American dream is long dead, Nikki Haley is proof that the dream is still alive. Unfortunately, the “dream” is hers alone.
More weapons, less refugees: Is Israel a neutral party in the Russia-Ukraine war?
For a whole year, Israel has struggled in its attempts to articulate a clear and decisive position regarding the Russia-Ukraine war. The reason behind the seemingly confused Israeli position is that it stands to lose, regardless of the outcome. But is Israel a neutral party?
Palestine will always be central to Arabs’ beliefs
Captured Black soldier’s saga highlights racism in Israel
Ben-Gvir’s behavior a natural outcome of Zionism
In a self-congratulatory article published in The Atlantic in 2017, Yossi Klein Halevi described Israeli behavior at the just-conquered holy Muslim shrines in occupied East Jerusalem in 1967 as “an astonishing moment of religious restraint.”
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