August 10, 2000
Palestinian President Yasser Arafat arrives in Moscow for talks on Mideast process that comes within a whirlwind tour to drum up support for the Pales
Israeli police seal off Al-Aqsa mosque compound in Jerusalem after clashes between Jewish fundamentalists and Muslims.
Palestinian President Yasser Arafat arrives in Tehran in part of a whirlwind tour that will also take him to Moscow later in the day
August 9, 2000
Palestinian President Yasser Arafat will arrive in Tehran Thursday for talks with Iranian President Mohammad Khatami.
Palestinian President Yasser Arafat arrives in Egypt for talks with President Hosni Mubarak following another round of overseas visits in connection w
August 7, 2000
Palestinian President Yasser Arafat says a new Israeli-Palestinian peace summit could take place when the Democratic National Convention in the United
The Palestinians recognize the interests of the Jewish people in Jerusalem and are willing to share the city as part of a peace deal with Israel, a se
August 6, 2000
The Palestinian police says a member of the Hamas movement was injured Sunday while handling a small bomb.
The Palestinian Authority has given the go-ahead to a Franco-Dutch venture to develop a deep-water cargo port in Gaza
Some 2,500 Palestinian children, aged between six and 12 years old, have staged a military-style march through the streets of Hebron.
August 5, 2000
Turkey pledges it would make comprehensive efforts for a just settlement of the dispute between Palestinains and Israel.
By Munir K. Nasser Washington, DC President Clinton’s envoy to the Middle East, Edward Walker, said he discussed a new proposal for Jerusalem with Eg
Palestinian President Yasser Arafat is seeking Turkey's support for the Palestinian stance in the peace process with Israel, during his current visit
By Munir K. Nasser Washington, DC A former architect of the Camp David Peace Accords between Egypt and Israel said he is not hopeful that a peace agr
Palestinian leaders insist they will declare a state by September 13th, even as chances to work out a peace agreement appear dim.