October 19, 2000
Palestinian sources say that two Palestinians were caught with a large amount of listening (tapping) gear near the Ramallah area headquarters, close t
Graffiti deriding the Muslim prophet Mohammed as a sodomite and pig has been splashed on buildings near a mosque in the flashpoint West Bank town of H
Palestinian police have detained some 30 alleged Hamas members suspected of being involved in arson attacks last week.
After a failed attempt by the United States, the UN General Assembly resumed its emergency special session Wednesday on illegal Israeli actions in the
Israel has lifted a trade blockade with the Palestinian territories by opening the main freight crossing point with the Gaza Strip.
The first flight from the Palestinian international airport left for Cairo Thursday after Israel ended its closure of the facility for almost two week
Deputy Defense Minister Ephraim Sneh warned that Israel will mete out punishment to Palestinians who participated in the lynching of two of its soldie
An Israeli tank, stationed in a Jewish sector of east Jerusalem, came under small arms fire from a nearby Arab village Thursday.
October 18, 2000
A Palestinian security source dismissed Wednesday reports that Israeli security forces have kidnapped a number of Palestinians youths suspected of kil
Wednesday witnessed clashes in Palestine between Palestinians and the Israeli security forces despite the Sharm-el-Sheikh agreement. Dozens of Palesti
Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Barak on Wednesday ordered the lifting of a blockade around cities in the Palestinian territories.
The Israeli army on Wednesday reopened the Rafah crossing between the Palestinian self-ruled Gaza Strip and Egypt.
Minister of Prisoners Affairs Hisham Abdel Raziq denied that he had any knowledge of a committee recently formed in coordination with Lebanese Hizboll
The Israeli government said that a 48-hour deadline for implementing a ceasefire between Israel and the Palestinians, as agreed at the Sharm el-Sheikh
Most Israelis support the terms of the ceasefire agreed at Sharm el-Sheikh in Egypt to restore calm to the Middle East, but are not convinced the acco