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Ras Al Amoud and another explosion
Netanyahu told Albright that his government would collapse if he ordered a halt to the construction of settlements or agreed to a second troop re-deployment in the West Bank.
Palestine, Analysis, 9/20/1997
Palestinian Air to begin regular Jeddah flights
Arrangements to draw up a final schedule for flight operations were still underway.
Palestine, Business, 9/20/1997
Ras Al Amoud showdown: the other side of the conflict
First of I want the Palestinians to know that there are Israelis who stand by their demands and rights. that without accepting their legitimate rights, we will remain trapped in the current cycle of violence and war
Palestine, Politics, 9/19/1997
Israel confiscated 33,000 squares of Palestinian lands
The Secretary General of the Palestinian Trade Unions, Haider Ibrahim, stated that Israel confiscated 33,000 squares of Palestinian lands during the first 6 months of this year.
Palestine, Economics, 9/19/1997
Palestinians are angry - Eruption may take place after Friday's prayer
But the bottom line is the houses are to remain under Israeli control and that is exactly the sort of a compromise that not a single Palestinian is ready to accept.
Palestine, Politics, 9/18/1997
Netanyahu now convinced settlers should leave.
The Israeli High Court, meeting on Thursday, has to view the appeal made by American Jewish financier Irwin Moskowitz who claimed he had bought the area of land where the houses are located in the early 1990s from a Jewish organization which allegedly bought the site more than one hundred years ago.
Palestine, Local, 9/18/1997
Will Arafat clean house?
Corruption is still a common characteristic of developing countries, and the Palestine self-rule area is no exception.
Palestine, Analysis, 9/18/1997
Arafat accuses Israel of planning settler takeover
Palestinian Autholrity leader Yasser Arafat will attend a meeting of Arab foreign ministers in Cairo this Friday to discuss a crisis over Israeli settlement in Arab East Jerusalem.
Palestine, Politics, 9/18/1997
Ras Al Amoud compromise rejected, showdown goes on
The Palestinian self restraint, reflected since Isreali settlers took over houses in the Ras Al Amoud neighbourhood in East Jerusalem, seemed to have diminished as signs increased that the settlers have entered the houses to stay there.
Palestine, Politics, 9/17/1997
Palestinian officials condemn Ras Al Amoud compromise
A compromise was reached in the early hours of Wednesday by which Jewish settlers were to evacuate the Arab houses they took over in the Ras Al Amoud neighbourhood in East Jerusalem but at least ten students of Jewish religious schools, yeshivas, were to stay behind and look after the buildings.
Palestine-Israel, Politics, 9/17/1997
Gaza losses are more than $1 billion
The losses of the labor revenue since the Palestinian Authority took office till now at $1billion as a result of the blockade and repeated closures imposed by Israel against the self rule areas.
Palestine, Economics, 9/17/1997
Ras Al Amoud: Settlers still in. talk of militant confrontation growing
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has yet to take a decision on whether to leave the Jewish settlers in the houses they took over in the Ras Al Amoud neighbourhood in Jeruslem or to evict them.
Palestine, Local, 9/16/1997
Israel bans Islamic call to prayer
The Israeli army has decided to ban the dawn Islamic call to prayer on the Jewish Sabbath.
Palestine, Religion, 9/16/1997
Palestine's Nabil Shaath to visit Gulf States
Shaath underlined the important role of the Arab Gulf States as able to bring pressure on Israel and highlighted the significance of the European role
Palestine, Politics, 9/16/1997
Jerusalem: Jewish extremists put the last nail in the peace coffin
A group of Jewish settlers entered the Arab house in Ras Al Amoud neighbourhood in East Jerusalem under the darkness of night and erected not only the nucleus of a new settlement in the heart of the occupied Arab city but also planted a new bomb whose explosion might bury the remaining parts of the interim agreements between the Palestine Liberation Organization and Israel.
Palestine, Breaking News, 9/15/1997
Whether kidnapped, killed, or hiding, rumors abound for missing Hamas leader
Dr. Ibrahim Maqadmeh, one of the leaders of Hamas' military wing and considered to be one of the organization's extremists, suddenly dropped out of sight four days ago, fueling widespread speculation as to his whereabouts.
Palestine, Local, 9/15/1997
Ashraf, children on the run
Their profession, like thousands of others of their age, is street vendors. But the unique situation in which they are speaks of a greater tragedy.
Palestine, Culture, 9/15/1997
British foreign minister to back US position on Doha on his visit
British Foreign Minister will visit the self rule areas, Israel, Egypt, and Jordan mid of October to.discuss the participation of these countries in the MENA Conference in Doha
Regional-Palestine, Politics, 9/15/1997
Arafat in Egypt today
Palestinian leader Yasser Arafat is visiting Egypt today to meet President Hosni Mubarak to discuss the outcome of a regional peacemaking tour by US Secretary of State Madeleine Albright.
Palestine-Egypt, Politics, 9/15/1997
Occupied territories suffering medicine shortage
About 60 percent of the medical supplies in the West Bank and Gaza Strip have been depleted.
Palestine, Medicine, 9/15/1997
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