Haim Baram

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Haim Baram (b: May 1941) is an Israeli writer and broadcaster. While it lasted, he used to write a regular column for Middle East International.

He was (with Major-General Matti Peled, Uri Avnery and Dr. Ya'akov Arnon) a founding member of the Israeli Council for Israeli-Palestinian Peace (ICIPP). He was a member of the Israel Committee for Mordechai Vanunu.

As of 2004, he had, for the previous 19 years, written for the Jerusalem weekly Kol Ha'ir. Before that he was the parliamentary correspondent of the radical and now defunct magazine Ha'olam Hazeh.

He is the brother of Uzi Baram and son of Moshe Baram. Daphna Baram is his daughter.


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