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Covert War of Influence

Malawi is Just the Beginning: How Israel Changed the Political Narrative of an Entire Continent

The Palestinian cause was pivotal on the agenda of many African political parties in the 1970s and ‘80s. Over the last three decades, however, it has been pushed to the fringes of political discourse save for a handful of countries on the continent.

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Africa and Palestine: A Noble Legacy That Must Never Be Betrayed

Netanyahu’s diplomatic conquests in Africa have been celebrated by Israeli media as “historic”, while the Palestinian leadership remains oblivious to the rapidly changing political landscape. 

Africa and Palestine: A Noble Legacy That Must Never Be Betrayed

Europe’s “Scramble for Africa” began in earnest in 1881, but never ended. The attempt at dominating the continent using old and new strategies continues to define the western relationship with this rich continent.  This reality was further validated when I arrived in Nairobi, Kenya

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Palestine and Kenya: Our Historic Fight against Injustice Is One and the Same

Dr. Ramzy Baroud reports from Kenya on the intersectionality of Kenya and Palestine’s struggle against colonial power and their internationally-recognized right to resist violent occupation.

Palestine and Kenya: Our Historic Fight against Injustice Is One and the Same

In 1948, my grandfather, along with thousands of Badrasawis, was expelled by Israeli military forces from our ancestral village of Beit Daras in Palestine.  Like hundreds of thousands of Palestinians from over 500 other villages, my grandfather assumed he would be back home in a few weeks. “Why bother to haul the good blankets on the back of a

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