Whenever I conduct an interview with a Palestinian prisoner or their family, I am told, repeatedly, that “no one cares. But is this really the case?
Ramzy Baroud talks with the Palestinian youth behind “We Are Not Numbers,” a media project in Gaza that aims to transcend the stereotypical discourse on Palestine.
Ramzy Baroud argues the once relatively marginal impact of Christian Zionists in directly shaping U.S. foreign policy, has morphed over the years – particularly during the Trump presidency – to define the core values of the Republican Party.
Benny Gantz and Benjamin Netanyahu are maneuvering for political advantage inside Israel by trying to outdo one another on an Israeli activity that sadly always wins support: bombing Gaza.
Until the Palestinian Authority hands over the keys to the PLO, Benjamin Netanyahu will, tragically, remain the only relevant party determining the fate of Palestine and her people.
Ramzy Baroud writes Abbas is not serious about terminating the agreements with Israel. Instead, this is a strategy of protracted inaction and ambiguity.
The Palestinian Authority is facing its most serious existential threat yet: bowing down to Kushner or insisting on returning to a dead political paradigm that was constructed, then abandoned, by Washington.
What if the Coronavirus reaches the besieged Gaza Strip? While the question carries great urgency for all Palestinians living under Israel’s military occupation, the Gaza situation is particularly complex and extremely worrying.
Iran’s next move following the U.S. assassination of top Iranian military commander Qasem Soleimani will define the Iranian-US-Israeli relations in the region for years to come, and will further intensify the ongoing regional and international “Great Game”, on full display throughout the Middle East.
The act of Palestinian activists covering their faces during anti-Israeli occupation rallies is an old practice that spans decades. Ramzy Baroud writes now Palestinians should be more worried than ever, as NBC discovered Microsoft has funded the Israeli firm AnyVision, which supplied the IDF with facial recognition software.