October 3, 2000
Lebanese President Emile Lahoud has denounced Israel's "savage massacres" of Palestinians and called for an Israeli pullout from occupied Arab lands a
The brutal death of 12-year-old Mohamed al-Durra has led a Jordanian university to set up a trust fund in his name to pay tribute to the child "martyr
A second Palestinian was shot dead by Israeli forces during fierce clashes in the flashpoint area of Netzarim in the Gaza Strip on Tuesday.
Afghanistan's Taliban Islamic regime called on Muslim countries to use force against Israel in retaliation for its "violent deeds" against the Palesti
French Foreign Minister Hubert Vedrine says the European Union would consider a Palestinian request to take part in a US commission to investigate the
Secretary General of the Arab League Esmat Abdel-Meguid said the league will start contacts with Egypt and other member states to prepare for an urgen
Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak invited Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Barak and Palestinian President Yasser Arafat to a summit in Egypt aimed at resol
Clashes broke out between Palestinian demonstrators and Israeli forces in isolated parts of the West Bank on Monday although most of the region was ca
Malaysia's Islamic Party condemned the "atrocities by the Zionist entity on Palestinians in Jerusalem's Al-Aqsa Mosque compound and called for jihad a
More than 10,000 people demonstrated in the Iraqi capital on Tuesday to protest at the "Zionist butchery" against the Palestinians.
Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Barak says he hoped that Israel and the Palestinians could put a halt to five days of fierce clashes and work towards endi
Israel and the Palestinians agreed Tuesday to observe a ceasefire following five days of deadly clashes.
Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Barak and Palestinian leader Yasser Arafat will meet in Paris Wednesday to try to end days of bloodshed.
The State Department issued a warning to all US government personnel from traveling to the West Bank, Gaza Strip and east Jerusalem because of the ten
The Jerusalem index of the Palestinian territories soared 5.6 percent this week in stark contrast to most other Arab stock markets, as Egypt suffered badly again.