Ramzy Baroud, Eurasia Review

Ramzy Baroud

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Past articles by Ramzy:

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 w… → Read More

Why Israel Is No Longer Able To Control The Narrative On Palestine – OpEd

The following sentence tells the whole story of what pro-Palestinian communities around the world are fighting against, and what pro-Israelis are fighting for: “We are delighted to report that Chel… → Read More

Israel-Palestine Conflict: Why Palestinians Are Not As Happy As Their UN Ambassador – OpEd

Rarely does the Palestinian ambassador to the UN make an official remark expressing happiness over any proceedings concerning the Israeli occupation of Palestine. However, Riyad Mansour w… → Read More

Why Pro-Israel Groups Are Funding Nikki Haley’s Presidential Bid – OpEd

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. A close confidant, until rece… → Read More

Captured Black Soldier’s Saga Highlights Racism In Israel – OpEd

The words “For how long will I be in captivity? After so many years, where are the state and the people of Israel?” were uttered, in Hebrew, by a person believed to be Avera Mengistu, an Israeli so… → Read More

Ben-Gvir’s Behavior A Natural Outcome Of Zionism – OpEd

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… → Read More

International Community Must Confront Israel’s ‘Permanent Occupation’ – OpEd

Once more, the International Court of Justice will offer a legal opinion on the consequences of the Israeli occupation of Palestine. A historic UN vote on Dec. 31 called on the court to look at the… → Read More

Netanyahu’s New Government Accentuates West’s Hypocrisy – OpEd

Even before the new Israeli government was officially sworn in on Dec. 29, angry reactions began emerging, not only among Palestinians and other Middle Eastern governments, but also among… → Read More

Palestinian Tragedies, Hope And Little Wins – OpEd

Another critical year for Palestine has folded. While 2022 wreaked much of the same havoc in terms of Israeli military occupation and increasing violence, it also introduced new variables to the Pa… → Read More

On Football, Opium And Popular Resistance: Not All Sports Are Created Equal – OpEd

My friend is not an elitist. To the contrary, he has spent decades of his life fighting social inequality, racism and championing the rights of disadvantaged groups. Therefore, I was taken aback wh… → Read More

New Resistance Model Shows Palestinian Unity Has Changed – OpEd

Just when Israel, and even some Palestinians, began talking about the Lions’ Den phenomenon in the past tense, a large number of fighters belonging to the newly formed Palestinian group marched in … → Read More

How Palestinian Narrative On Nakba Defeated Israeli Negationism – OpEd

The next Nakba Day, on May 15, 2023, will be the first to be officially commemorated by the UN General Assembly. This decision by the world’s largest democratic institution is significant, if not a… → Read More

How Palestine Unites Arabs At The World Cup – OpEd

We were mistaken to think that Palestine represents the central issue for all Arabs. Such language suggests that Palestine is an external subject, to be compared to other collective struggles that … → Read More

Xi Vs Trudeau: How China Is Rewriting History With The Colonial West – OpEd

Though brief, the exchange between Chinese President Xi Jinping and Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau on the sidelines of the G20 summit in Indonesia on November 16 has become a soci… → Read More

World Must Force Israel To Dismantle Its Nuclear Arsenal – OpEd

As Western countries float the theory that Russia could escalate its conflict with Ukraine to a nuclear war, many of these governments continue to turn a blind eye to Israel’s nuclear weapons capab… → Read More

Why FBI Investigation Of Israel Is Important – OpEd

This month’s decision by the US Department of Justice to open an investigation into the May killing of Palestinian American journalist Shireen Abu Akleh is not a game changer, but it is important a… → Read More

Palestinians Should Look Beyond Follies To Resurrect Narrative – OpEd

At a recent Istanbul conference that brought many Palestinian scholars and activists together to discuss the search for a common narrative on Palestine, a member of the audience declared at the end… → Read More

Palestinian Parties Must Abandon Israel’s Democracy Charade – OpEd

Regardless of the outcome of Tuesday’s Israeli elections, the Palestinian parties will not reap meaningful political benefits, even if they collectively achieve their highest ever representation. T… → Read More

Australia Sounds Death Knell For US ‘Deal Of The Century’ – OpEd

US President Donald Trump’s so-called “Deal of the Century” was meant to represent a finality of sorts, an event reminiscent of Francis Fukuyama’s premature declaration of the “End of History” and … → Read More

Palestinians Fed Up With Israeli Occupation And Their Own Leadership – OpEd

This headline in Israeli newspaper The Jerusalem Post only tells part of the story: “The Lions’ Den, other Palestinian groups are endless headache for Israel, PA.” It is true that the Israeli gover… → Read More