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Mariam Barghouti

Mariam Barghouti

Mariam Barghouti is a Palestinian American writer based in Ramallah. Her political commentary has been featured in the International Business Times, The New York Times, TRT-World, among others. 

Palestine

Bulldozing Palestine, one village at a time

Israel wants the village of Khan al-Ahmar razed to the ground to cut off Jerusalem from the West Bank.

Bulldozing Palestine, one village at a time

Palestine

On Israel, the death of a journalist, and the right to life

Israel sees any Palestinian life as a threat.

On Israel, the death of a journalist, and the right to life

Jerusalem

Jerusalem: Where the occupier demands loyalty from the occupied

Israel's new 'breach of loyalty' bill is yet another sinister attempt to erase the Palestinian identity from Palestine.

Jerusalem: Where the occupier demands loyalty from the occupied

Israel

How mainstream media gets Palestine wrong

Portrayal of Palestinians in Western mainstream media hasn't changed much since the colonial era.

How mainstream media gets Palestine wrong

Jerusalem

Trump, Jerusalem and Arab indifference to Palestine

It's not just Trump. The discourse of Arab leaders also marks the insincerity to achieve a real solution in the region.

Trump, Jerusalem and Arab indifference to Palestine

Battle for Jerusalem

Muting prayers is muting the Palestinian struggle

While Israel pursues to silence the sound of prayer, the global community suppressed the Palestinian call for justice.

Muting prayers is muting the Palestinian struggle

Middle East

How factionalism is killing the Palestinian struggle

Factions have not only monopolised Palestinian politics but have also suffocated the youthful spirit of the struggle.

How factionalism is killing the Palestinian struggle