October 3, 2000
A |fierce battle erupted in Gaza signaling and end to what appeared to be at the beginning of the day a fragile understanding between Palestinians and
Amnesty International has condemned indiscriminate killings of Palestinian civilians following five days of clashes in the occupied Palestinian territ
A students’ rally that set out from the campus of the University of Jordan in Amman heading for the Israeli embassy was blocked by Jordan’s security f
The Palestinian Islamic Resistance Movement, Hamas, distanced itself Tuesday from a call for Yasser Arafat to resign, made by one of its leaders in ex
Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak says it will probably take three months to organize an emergency Arab summit aimed at dealing with the violence that
The critically injured father of the 12-year-old Palestinian boy killed in bloody clashes in Gaza exhorted the world community from his hospital bed o
Arab countries took steps to demand the UN Commission for Human Rights hold a special session on Israeli violence in the Palestinian territories.
Bahrain backs calls for an urgent Arab summit to support the Palestinians against "Israel's savage aggression."
Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Barak will meet Palestinian leader Yasser Arafat and Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak in Egypt on Thursday.
Around 100 Arab students at a protest demonstration in Karachi Tuesday torched the Israeli flag to condemn the killings of Palestinians by Israeli for
Vietnam urged both Israel and the Palestinians to step back on Tuesday and rein in clashes that have left 56 people dead in just five days.
Britain's Foreign Secretary Robin Cook has called on both Israelis and Palestinians to end the flare-up in violence, which has taken more than 50 live
Israel's Likud leader Ariel Sharon, whose visit to Haram Al Sharif Thursday triggered violence in the West Bank and Gaza, says in an interview that Pa
Lebanese President Emile Lahoud has denounced Israel's "savage massacres" of Palestinians and called for an Israeli pullout from occupied Arab lands a
The brutal death of 12-year-old Mohamed al-Durra has led a Jordanian university to set up a trust fund in his name to pay tribute to the child "martyr