Articles by Romana Rubeo

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What You Need to Know about the ICC Investigation of Israeli War Crimes in Occupied Palestine
Ramzy Baroud and Romana Rubeo | Politics for the People – TRANSCEND Media Service, 18 May 2020

On April 30 Fatou Bensouda, Chief Prosecutor of the International Criminal Court, released a 60-page document diligently laying down the legal bases for the decision, concluding that “the Prosecution has carefully considered the observations of the participants, and remains of the view that the Court has jurisdiction over the Occupied Palestinian Territory.”

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Portugal Leads the Way: How European Countries Fared in Their Treatment of Refugees
Ramzy Baroud and Romana Rubeo | Politics for the People – TRANSCEND Media Service, 4 May 2020

28 Apr 2020 – Although one of the poorest European countries, Portugal has decided to legalize all of its undocumented refugees and migrants, therefore, providing them with the same medical attention and support as its own citizens. Neglecting the refugees while fighting to halt the spread of the coronavirus is as foolish as it is inhumane. The last few months have taught us that provisional and self-centered strategies do not apply in the cases of global healthcare crises.

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‘Combat Proven’: Israel’s Thriving War Business in Europe
Romana Rubeo & Ramzy Baroud – Al Jazeera, 24 Dec 2018

Europe is increasingly sharing Israel’s racist approach to border security and adopting its deadly technologies.

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Israel’s $72m ‘War Chest’ to Fight BDS Arrives in Europe
Ramzy Baroud & Romana Rubeo – Al Jazeera, 19 Nov 2018

14 Nov 2018 – The Israeli war on the Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions Movement took a serious turn last year when Benjamin Netanyahu dedicated a largesse of about $72m to defeat the civil society-led campaign. But every Israeli attempt to discredit the Palestinian boycott movement is helping it gain more supporters. No amount of money could have saved the racist Apartheid regime in South Africa when it came tumbling down decades ago.

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