October 16, 2000
By Munir K. Nasser Chief Correspondent, Washington, DC Albawaba.com A former US Assistant Secretary of State said that the Palestinian and Israeli pu
The Israeli army on Monday took full control of the Rafah terminal between the self-ruled Gaza Strip and Egypt, closing the crossing.
US President Bill Clinton kept up a furious shuttle between Israeli and Palestinian leaders in Sharm el-Sheikh Monday, in a last-ditch effort to bring
The Islamic Jihad movement said that the Palestinian Authority has arrested 20 members of its group in the West Bank and Gaza Strip.
The price of oil see-sawed above 32 dollars a barrel here on Monday as markets nervously watched the first day of a critical summit in Sharm el-Sheikh
Saudi King Fahd deplored Israel's continued killing of Palestinians in the West Bank and Gaza Strip.
An Israeli counter-terrorism official charged that members of the Palestinian security services were working with the Islamic movement Hamas to prepar
A Palestinian policeman was shot dead and six people including policemen were wounded Monday as Israeli troops opened fire on a police checkpoint in t
Speaker of the Palestinian National Council, Salim Za’noun said Sunday that the United States has threatened Palestinian President Yasser Arafat with
The UN's top human rights body will focus on Tuesday on the weeks of Israeli-Palestinian violence that has left more than 100 dead at a special sessio
Protesters around the Middle East took to the streets to voice disgust at any renewal of dialogue with Israel, as Arab and Israeli leaders held an eme
A 13-year-old boy shot in the head during clashes in Bethlehem between Palestinians and Israeli troops in a "day of rage" called by Palestinian organi
Thousands of Palestinians in the Gaza Strip protested Monday against the Sharm el-Sheikh summit, but expressed support for Palestinian leader Yasser A
Palestinian radical and Islamist groups held protests in refugee camps in south Lebanon against Yasser Arafat's participation in the Sharm el-Sheikh s
Israeli police stopped some 200 extremist Jews from entering Jerusalem's mosque compound to lay the foundation stone for a new Jewish temple on the si