September 9, 2000
By Munir K. Nasser Washington, DC A prominent Palestinian political analyst and public opinion pollster said that a Palestinian concession to Israel
Israeli and Palestinian officials say that there was only one more month left to reach a peace accord, after the United States failed to break the imp
September 7, 2000
Three Israeli border-guards alleged to have beaten up three Palestinians outside east Jerusalem Wednesday have been arrested.
Israel's Justice Minister Yossi Beilin says Prime Minister Ehud Barak should stop warning that time is running out and continue to pursue the peace pr
American church leaders criticize President Bill Clinton for siding with Israel on the issue of Jerusalem and accuse him of ignoring the American chur
September 6, 2000
In a speech prepared for the UN Millennium Summit, Israeli Premier Ehud Barak for the first time on Wednesday recognized that Jerusalem is sacred to P
Israel has expelled 184 Gaza residents allegedly involved in criminal activity who were living illegally within its borders.
September 5, 2000
The Palestine Electric Company (PEC) will raise $19.8 million in one of the largest-ever initial public offerings on the Palestine Securities Exchange
Palestinian legislature speaker Abu Ala says that the Palestinians are ready to accept "a unified international Jerusalem" if that is what it takes to
Israel's right-wing opposition leader Ariel Sharon vows to do all he can to topple Prime Minister Ehud Barak, saying he would be making a "historic mi
September 3, 2000
Lawyers representing Hamas' member Mahmoud Abu Hannoud have scoffed at the trial of their client by the state security court at midnight Friday, calli
Arab foreign ministers opened a two-day Arab League meeting in CairoSunday with the aim of throwing "unanimous" support behind Palestinian President Y
September 2, 2000
Preparations are underway for the first ever International Film Festival in Palestine, scheduled to commence on November 2.
September 1, 2000
The Islamic Resistance Movement Hamas has indicated that it will boycott the upcoming meeting of the PLO Central Council meeting in Gaza.
A Palestinian security court sentenced leading Hamas activist Mahmoud Abu Hannoud to 12 years in prison in a surprise closed-door session late Friday.