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by: Ramzy Baroud 2011-4-29
The Libyan revolt seemed to take a difference course than those of other Arab countries. It represented a window of opportunity for the US and its western allies to reposition themselves,..

by: Ramzy Baroud 2010-8-7
Thousands of faithful assiduously listened as I outlined the challenges facing Palestine and its people. Cries of ‘Allahu Akbar’ – God is Great – occasionally resounded from a corner of the giant South African mosque...

by: Ramzy Baroud 2010-4-22
The widely popular Islamic website’s success story suddenly became a terrible nightmare for hundreds of IslamOnline’s principled employees, says Ramzy Baroud...

by: RAMZY BAROUD 2010-4-14
A widely popular Islamic website has been, until very recently, an undisputed success story. IslamOnline arrived at a time that millions of Muslims needed a common platform and a unifying outlet. Here was a website that neither shunned nor alienated. Its influence was upbeat and positive, rather than destructive or divisive...

by: Ramzy Baroud 2010-3-15
Who has weaved this fascinatingly reductionist account of al-Mabhouh’s life in such a short span of time? His family? Hamas? The Palestinian media? No, none of these. The creator of this biography is Israel, the very country that assassinated him. Israel commits the murder, Israel offers the explanation, and eventually Israel gets away with both the crime and the lie, notes Ramzy Baroud...

by: Ramzy Baroud 2010-3-14
The killing of Palestinian activist Mahmoud al-Mabhouh on January 19, 2010 was clearly a well-planned, violent and sadistic act, committed by Israeli assassins in the supposed safety of a sovereign country..

by: Ramzy Baroud 2010-2-13
Did Gazans starve less after 100 days of Obama's presidency? Do Palestinians care much for round numbers? I doubt it. Nor do Iraqis, Afghanis, and, now, Yemenis. Misery is misery, any day, every day; war is an inferno. The smell of death, the scenes of blood in Kabul and Baghdad and Gaza, will remain the same on a Friday, or a Tuesday, 100 day into Obama’s presidency or 514 days later, Ramzy Baroud...

by: Ramzy Baroud 2010-2-5
Will it be Gaza or Lebanon first? Israel is sending mixed messages, and deliberately so. Hamas, Hezbollah and their supporters understand well the Israeli tactic and must be preparing for the various possibilities. They know Israel cannot live without its iron walls, and are determined to prevent any more from being built at their expense, notes Ramzy Baroud...

by: Ramzy Baroud 2010-1-31
Turkey will find a very receptive audience among Arabs and Muslims all over the world who are desperate for a powerful and sensible leadership to defend and champion their causes. Needless to say, for the besieged Palestinians in Gaza, Erdogan is becoming a household name, a folk hero, notes Ramzy Baroud...

by: Ramzy Baroud 2010-1-27
Why is the media most concerned by Iran’s ‘suspicious’ behavior in Latin America, despite the fact that its presence is welcomed by various countries in the hemisphere, while Israel - whose bloody involvement has wrought much chaos to South America - is simply unquestioned? Israel’s own history in Latin America seems to inspire little commentary by the ever-vigilant ‘many analysts’...

by: Ramzy Baroud 2009-11-5
[The following is an excerpt from Ramzy Baroud’s forthcoming book: My Father Was a Freedom Fighter: Gaza’s Untold Story. The events are situated in Baroud’s historic home of Beit Daras, one of the nearly 500 Palestinian villages that were completely destroyed by Zionist militias in 1948. Baroud’s father, a very young boy at the time, and his family are fleeing on foot to their new destiny in a refugee camp in the Gaza Strip, where they remain to this day...

by: Ramzy Baroud 2009-7-13
The reverberations of the Israeli war on Gaza are still felt throughout the Middle East. One could in fact speak of a silent war being waged in the region. Now that Israel’s clear intentions in Gaza - discrediting Hamas leaders and ultimately ousting them from their democratically elected position - resulted in utter failure, Israelis are hoping to exploit regional conflicts to rein in Hamas and other such organizations through alternative means...

by: Ramzy Baroud 2009-6-16
His room is ready; the walls have fresh paint and my kids prepared a basket of chocolates and other treats to place beside his bed. They hung a poster on his door that has been decorated with colored pens and glitter that says “Welcome Shobhi!” ..

by: Ramzy Baroud 2009-2-17
When Hamas leader Khaled Mashaal declared before a cheering crowd in Doha, Qatar, on January 28, the need for a new leadership, his words generated panic amongst leaders of the West Bank-based Palestinian Authority as well as traditional Palestinian leadership elites stationed in various Arab capitals. ..

by: Ramzy Baroud 2008-5-15
"Don’t ask for what you never had," is the underlying message made by supporters of Israel when they claim Palestine was never a state to begin with...

by: Ramzy Baroud 2008-3-30
Five years after the US invasion and occupation of Iraq, mainstream media is once more making the topic an object of intense scrutiny. The costs and implications of the war are endlessly covered from all possible angles, with one notable exception—the cost to the Iraqi people themselves...

by: Ramzy Baroud 2008-3-8
Death hovered over Gaza long before locally-made Palestinian rockets struck near the Israeli southern town of Sderot on February 27, killing Roni Yechiah and sparking an Israeli ‘retaliation’ that has already claimed over 120 Palestinian lives...

by: Ramzy Baroud 2008-3-1
Time is running out for Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Olmert and Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas. Although both men are still committed to their risky venture of marginalising Hamas at any cost, the latter’s obduracy and recent events in Gaza point to the inescapable conclusion — the undertaking was doomed from the start...

by: Ramzy Baroud 2008-2-16
War Made Easy exposes a 50-year pattern of government deception and media spin that has dragged the United States into one war after another from Vietnam to Iraq...

by: Ramzy Baroud 2008-2-16
As the race for the United States presidential nominations progresses, the stances of and attitudes towards both Republican and Democratic candidates continue to bring up causes for concern, in terms of their past behaviour, current appeal and general trustworthiness...

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