October 31, 2000
One hundred US citizens of Palestinian origin who attended Monday a press conference in Ramallah expressed “their deep concern over the carnage in Pal
Palestinian President Yasser Arafat and the Jordanian foreign minister stressed the need to restore calm and return to peace negotiations with Israel.
The Vanguards of the Palestinian Liberation Forces (Sai’qa Forces), a pro-Damascus Palestinian organization has joined the Nationalist and Islamic Gro
By Izzat Ramini Albawaba.com - Ramallah The idea of separation between the West Bank and the Green Line is both an old and new issue at the same time
Palestinian refugee children held a sit-in in Beirut Tuesday to demand a halt to Israel's continued "massacres" of Palestinian children in the West Ba
Former Israeli prime minister Shimon Peres is planning to meet with Palestinian leader Yasser Arafat in a bid to try to quell the deadly violence in t
The Israeli army damaged a temple belonging to the Samaritans, a Jewish offshoot, in the northern West Bank during an overnight on Palestinian targets
Kuwait played down reports of a thaw in relations with the Palestinian Authority against the backdrop of the Palestinian-Israeli conflict.
PLO’s mainstream Fateh faction said it was on an increased state of alert following overnight Israeli air strikes against its offices in the West Bank
Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Barak won a political lifeline from a powerful religious party after efforts collapsed to forge an alliance with the right
A correspondent for the US television network CNN was shot as he was covering deadly clashes between Israelis and Palestinians at the Karni crossing p
Palestinian President Yasser Arafat said his people would not be deterred by the latest wave of Israel's helicopter attacks on targets in the West Ban
Israel has closed the Palestinian international airport in the Gaza Strip for the third time since violence broke out in the West Bank and Gaza Strip
Malaysia and Saudi Arabia called for the rights of the Palestinian people to be restored to ensure peace and peace and stability in the Middle East.
The Israeli army's use of heavy weapons and live ammunition to crack down on Palestinian demonstrators was based on decisions taken in the field witho