October 20, 2000
A Palestinian boy was killed Friday in a village near the West Bank city of Nablus during clashes between Palestinians and Israeli forces, reported Pa
Palestinian demonstrators in Lebanon on Friday accused the United Nations of pro-Israeli bias, and urged an Arab summit in Cairo to isolate the Jewish
Israeli soldiers exchanged sporadic gunfire with Palestinians early Friday as tension in the Middle East remained high ahead a funeral for a Palestini
Albawaba.com Amman A leading Israeli journalist, and an expert on the Palestinian-Israeli conflict said that ending the violence in the Palestinian t
Pakistan said that Israel should end violence against the Palestinians and seriously negotiate a settlement in accordance with United Nations resoluti
The PLO's political department chief, Faruq Qaddumi said Arab leaders are to study a call for the UN Security Council to put on trial Israeli "crimina
Just hours ahead of a truce deadline, Israel eased the pressure by saying the timing of the ceasefire was flexible following the latest deaths in thre
October 19, 2000
Egypt said Thursday it was difficult to imagine a quick return to the peace process following three weeks of Palestinian-Israeli violence.
The UN Human Rights Commission meeting in an emergency session in Geneva Thursday agreed to set up a commission of inquiry into human rights violation
Israeli retracted late Thursady a plan to raid a Askar refugee camp near Nablus after it had earlier warned the Palestinian authorities to evacuate th
PLO Executive Committee Secretary Mahmoud Abbass spelled out Thursday the Palestinian demands from the Arab Summit.
Two Jewish settlers were killed and five others injured in the West Bank city of Nablus during fire exchange between Jewish settlers
Top Palestinian negotiator Saeb Erakat accused Israel on Thursday of a flagrant violation of the truce accord brokered in Egypt.
About 110,000-strong force of Bassijis, a fundamentalist Islamic militia, are "ready to go" to the Palestinian territories "if necessary" to take part
Israel hopes Egypt, the first Arab country to make peace with the Jewish state, will work as a force of moderation at the upcoming Arab summit.