October 14, 2000
UN Secretary General Kofi Annan said Saturday no preconditions had been lodged by either side for a Israeli-Palestinian summit, although he added ther
Palestinian President Yasser Arafat and Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Barak have agreed to attend a Middle East summit to be hosted by Egypt at Sharm el
The Iranian press called for the immediate shipment of arms to the Palestinians and blasted other Muslim nations for not doing more to stand up to Isr
October 13, 2000
Nazareth mayor Ramez Jaraiseh says the struggle of Israeli Palestinians is not limited to the attainment of their civil rights in the state of Israel,
A top Hamas official in the West Bank has condemned arson attacks on tourist sites in Gaza city during a massive rally in the city Friday.
The Lebanese Hizbollah party has asked Palestinians to provide it with an authentic list of prisoners held in Israeli jails because the Islamist group
A Palestinian was shot dead, and twenty five people were injured in clashes with Israeli troops in the West Bank city of Hebron on Friday evening.
Israel has damaged 17 Palestinian ambulances during the bloody clashes that have been raging for more than two weeks in the West Bank and Gaza Strip.
About 100 pro-Palestine supporters in a march of more than 1,000 clashed with police at the US embassy in Pretoria during a protest against the violen
More than 15,000 Palestinians in Gaza Strip took to the streets after Friday prayers and set fire to a number of bars, restaurants and hotels.
At least 49 Palestinians were wounded by Israeli gun fire on Friday in scattered clashes in the West Bank and Gaza Strip, the day after Israel's bombi
Gunfire exchange took place at a checkpoint in Ramallah on Friday noon.
Some 20,000 Palestinian refugees expressed willingness to join the uprising in the Palestinian territories against Israel and called on Arab states to
Several hundred Bangladeshis demonstrated in Dhaka to protest Israeli atrocities against Palestinians in the Middle East.
Israeli papers’ headlines and editorials Friday indicated a hardline stand taken by the papers due to the killing of two Israeli soldiers in Ramallah