November 2, 2000
Heavy exchanges of fire were taking place at Kfar Darom, a Jewish settlement in the Gaza strip, and near Giolo settlement in Jerusalem area, according
Two Israelis were injured in an attack on their car near the Maale Ephraim settlement near Nablus late Thursday.
Israel firmly opposes a Palestinian proposal that the United Nations deploy 2,000 military observers to protect Palestinian civilians from Israeli for
In one of the side streets near Jerusalem's popular Jewish Mahane Yehuda outdoor market two bodies lay beneath covers, a few steps away from the burnt
Palestinian international cooperation minister Nabil Shaath telephoned Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Barak and expressed his condolences for the car bom
Russia denounced Thursday's bomb attack on a busy shopping center in west Jerusalem in which two people died, saying the blast aimed to wreck moves to
Several rounds of automatic gunfire were aimed at the Jewish settlement of Gilo in east Jerusalem from the West Bank Palestinian village of Beit Jala
Palestinian leader Yasser Arafat worked the telephones on Thursday, speaking to the Egyptian, French and Jordanian heads of state, in addition to the
An Arab Israeli from the city of Lod died in hospital of injuries, the causes are unknown.
Israeli forces have stormed the village of Baqa al-Sharqeyyah in the West Bank city of Tulkarem. In the meantime, fire exchange between Israeli troops
Hamas spiritual leader Sheikh Ahmed Yassin said Thursday he could neither confirm nor deny that his group was involved in the deadly car bomb blast in
President Bill Clinton on Thursday urged Israel and the Palestinians not to allow the deadly bomb blast in west Jerusalem to derail their truce deal.
Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Barak charged that Palestinian President Yasser Arafat “is not standing behind what he promised to [former prime minister]
Unknown group calling itself Kataib Al-Aqsa has claimed responsibility for the bomb explosion in Jerusalem that left two Israelis killed and ten other
Member of Knesset, Limor Livnat, said late Thursday that the Israeli government is about to transfer 70 million dollars to Palestinian President Yasse