September 30, 2000
Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Barak telephoned Palestinian President Yasser Arafat on Saturday to appeal for his "personal intervention" to restore calm
Islamist groups around the Middle East voiced outrage Saturday at the Israeli army's killing of Palestinian demonstrators and called for holy war agai
Head of Gaza preventive security, Mohammad Dahlan, said Saturday afternoon that the situation in the Palestinian territories was "nearing explosion,"
The Arab League will hold an urgent meeting Sunday to discuss the ‘critical events’ taking place in Palestine.
By Nigel Thorpe - Head of English Copy Desk In the wake of the growing number of Palestinian casualties that followed the provocative visit of Ariel
The Israeli army has shown "maximum restraint" in dealing with clashes in the Palestinian territories, Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Barak has told Egyp
Head of Gaza preventive security, Mohammad Dahlan, said Saturday that he had refused to meet with Israeli chief of staff Shaol Mofaz to discuss a ceas
Sudan denounces the "provocative" visit by the leader of Israel's right-wing Likud opposition party to a Al-Aqsa Mosque, which sparked two days of cla
Fourteen Palestinians, including six policemen, have been killed so far in clashes Saturday with Israeli soldiers in the West Bank and Gaza strip. A f
Clashes between Palestinian demonstrators and Israeli troops ended late Saturday afternoon throughout the West Bank and Gaza Strip, according to AFP.
Hundreds of Palestinian refugees in Lebanon demonstrated Saturday to voice their anger over Israeli "massacres" of Palestinians in renewed clashes.
Three Palestinian young men have died Saturday in the West Bank and Gaza city during clashes with Israeli troops.
An Israeli soldier and an Israeli border policeman were slightly wounded after being hit by stones in clashes with Palestinian demonstrators in the We
Hamas, Islamic Jihad and a former Palestinian official have warned that the Jerusalem confrontations with Israeli soldiers are leading to a new Intifa
Condemnation has poured out from around the Middle East Saturday over what they called Israel's "aggression" during clashes with Palestinians in Jerus