October 13, 2000
Palestinian protestors clashed Friday noon in confrontations with Israeli forces in Jerusalem.
Confrontations erupted between Palestinian protestors and Israeli troops in the West Bank city of Bethlehem after Friday prayers.
The Palestinians will decide later Friday whether to attend any summit with Israel called to end the spiral of violence in the Middle East, a top aide
Morocco has summoned its ambassador to Israel, Tatal Ghofran, for consultations over Israel’s attacks on Palestinian lands Thursday.
Omanis took to the streets after Friday prayers in protest of the Israeli attacks on Palestinian territories in the West Bank and Gaza.
Two Palestinians have been injured Friday near Bab-el-Asbat and Bab el-Amoud in east Jerusalem as Israeli troops prevented scores of Palestinians to e
Israeli police fearing fresh outbreaks of Palestinian street protests were stopping men aged under 45 from entering Jerusalem's mosque compound where
British Foreign Secretary Robin Cook said that Palestinian President Yasser Arafat ordered the arrest of people involved in the killing of two Israeli
Israel has declared a state of alert, closed off the Palestinian lands, fearing a Palestinian day of rage, following destructive Israeli air raids on
Malaysia's opposition Islamic party staged a noisy protest outside the US embassy Friday, calling for a "holy war" against Israel.
Japan's government said it was deeply concerned by spiraling violence between Israelis and Palestinians and called on both sides to return to talks.
Israel's army and police were on a war footing Friday over fears of terror attacks following the release of Islamic militant group Hamas prisoners by
Outraged by the Israeli helicopter attacks on Palestinian civilian centers, the Arab American community mobilized in angry protests the country, inclu
October 12, 2000
Israeli helicopters fired rockets and guns on several towns in the West Bank Thursday night after a wave of air strikes on Palestinian targets in reta
British Foreign Minister Robin Cook describes Thursday’s bombing of Ramallah and Gaza by Israeli military forces, as “a tragedy,”and stresses that bot