October 22, 2000
Israeli government spokesman Nachman Shai said that the "time out" from the Middle East peace process announced by Prime Minister Ehud Barak Sunday wi
The Arab summit in Cairo at which Kuwait pledged strong support for the Palestinians has brought the emirate another step closer to reconciliation wit
Foreign Office minister Peter Hain said that Britain would not support calls by the Arab world for an international tribunal to judge the Israeli role
Palestinian President Yasser Arafat was "happy" that an Arab summit threw strong support behind the Palestinian uprising against Israel but disappoint
Arab heads of states on Sunday wrapped up a two-day emergency summit in Cairo, dedicated to discussion of the ongoing bloody events in the Palestinian
Mayor of the West Bank town of Nablus, Ghassan Shakaa, says he believes that Israeli intransigence has gone far to far and that Arabs must take measur
Right-wing opposition leader Ariel Sharon said that Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Barak had to renounce concessions he offered the Palestinians at Camp
A Palestinian youth was killed by Israeli troops in Gaza Strip Sunday evening, bringing Sunday’ death toll to five.
The Arab leaders have taken main four decisions at the end of the emergency summit ain Cairo.
Arab leaders reconvened in Cairo Sunday morning for the second and final day of an emergency Arab summit to support the Palestinians in their conflict
Iran said that it was ready to host an emergency summit of the Organization of Islamic Conference (OIC) to discuss the crisis in Palestinian territori
Sameer Ghosheh, member of the Executive Committee of the PLO, and leader of the Popular Struggle Front, has said that despite the fact that what has b
Two Israeli passenger buses were pelted with stones Saturday night as they went through Israeli Arab communities, injuring several people.
Finally — some good economic and financial news out of Palestine. A major reorientation of the PA’s economic and financial policies seems to be underway, however boosting the Palestinian economy signi
Two radical Palestinian groups issued a call Thursday for the Arab summit to be held this weekend to use oil as a weapon to pressure the West to drop its support for Israel.