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Bush statement cause differences in vision among Arab states
The statement given by US President George Bush on the Middle East has unleashed disagreement in standpoints by Arab Foreign Ministers who are members of the Arab peace initiative during their meeting held at the Arab League yesterday.
Regional-Palestine, Politics, 7/13/2002
Greek patriarch fires archmandrite Atallah Hanna over claims of supporting Palestinian terrorism
The Greek Patriarch of Jerusalem Arinous 1st on Thursday fired Archamandrite Attallah Hanna from his post as an official spokesman for the Orthodox church in Jerusalem and the holy lands.
Palestine, Politics, 7/13/2002
Journalists association deplores detention of Palestinian journalists by Israel
The Committee to Protect Journalists (CPJ) is deeply disturbed that Israeli authorities continue to detain three Palestinian journalists-Reuters sound technician Youssry al-Jamal, photographer Hussam Abu Alan of Agence France-Presse, and Al-Quds newspaper reporter Kamel Jbeil.
Palestine-Israel, Politics, 7/13/2002
Kuwaiti Red Crescent society dispatches more relief aid to Palestinians
Kuwait-Palestine, Local, 7/12/2002
ADC Condemns Israeli assault on Al-Quds University in East Jerusalem
Israeli authorities removed all university employees from the premises at gunpoint and seized the university's administrative records and computers. Al-Quds University, a leading academic institution, has been completely blockaded by Israeli occupation forces leaving students with no access to education.
Palestine-USA, Politics, 7/12/2002
Israeli radio: Israel decides to try Barghouthi and five colleagues
The Israeli radio on Thursday evening said that four Palesinian leaders in the Palestinian resistance movement will be tried in front of "civil courts" together with the secretary of the Fatah Movement in the West Bank Marwan Hussein Bargouthi under the charge of resisting occupation.
Palestine-Israel, Politics, 7/12/2002
Denmark urges Israel to withdraw from the Palestinian territories
Denmark's Minister of Foreign Affairs, Per Stig Moller, whose country assumes the current rotating presidency of the European Union on Thursday urged Israel to withdraw from the occupied Arab territories.
Palestine-Denmark, Politics, 7/12/2002
Humanitarian crisis expected in the West Bank
The US has criticized Israel's decision to close the Palestinian Jerusalem university in the city of Jerusalem, while the Israeli extremist religious al- Mifdal party renewed its calls to expel the Palestinians and to work for intensifying the settlement process and to bring in more world Jews to Israel.
Palestine-Israel, Military, 7/12/2002
Anti-Israeli criticism should be exploited, urges Abdel Meguid
Regional-Palestine, Politics, 7/11/2002
Dahlan is Arafat's security advisor, Oreikat: a crisis with Jordan on Palestinians crossing the border
The Palestinian local rule minister Saeb Oreikat on Wednesday in Amman expressed his hope to solve the crisis resulting from the fact that people of the West Bank are not able to get into the Jordanian territories with ease.
Palestine-Jordan, Politics, 7/11/2002
African leaders message of solidarity to Arafat
The African leaders expressed their support of Arafat in his struggle to regain the Palestinian rights and set up an independent state with Jerusalem as its capital in accordance with UN resolutions.
Palestine-Regional, Politics, 7/11/2002
Palestine Chronicle: Israel detains Muslim Aid Australia workers on humanitarian mission
Two Australian aid workers representing Muslim Aid Australia who were detained by Israel at Tel Aviv's airport as they attempted to enter the country have been released after intervention by Australian diplomats.
Palestine-Israel, Politics, 7/11/2002
Israel continues killing of Palestinians
The Israeli forces on Wednesday continued acts of killings and breaking in in the cities and villages of the West Bank and Gaza and this resulted in killing one Palestinian and wounding two, while one Israeli army officer and one soldier were killed during the Palestinian confrontation of the Israeli forces.
Palestine-Israel, Military, 7/11/2002
UN to host international media seminar on middle east peace process
Policy-makers from Israel, Palestine and the European Union, as well as senior United Nations officials, international experts, and representatives of the world media will gather in Copenhagen next week at a seminar on peace in the Middle East organized by the UN Department of Public Information (DPI).
Palestine-Israel, Politics, 7/11/2002
Two Palestinians killed, four buildings demolished in Rafah
While the Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon threatened to continue his war against the Palestinians, the Israeli forces on Tuesday asassinated Mu'ammar al-Daraghma, one of the Islamic Jihad leaders near Yamoun village in Jenin.
Palestine-Israel, Military, 7/10/2002
Four member committee discusses July 15 conditions in the region
The Danish Foreign Minister Pierre Moller announced in Copenhagen on Tuesday that the four- member committee which is composed of the US, the European Union, Russia and the UN will hold a meeting this month in New York in order to discuss the situation in the Arab region.
Palestine-Regional, Politics, 7/10/2002
Egypt foils attempt to smuggle weapons to Gaza
The Egyptian border police on Sunday foiled an attempt made by four Palestinians to smuggle tens of automatic guns, ammunition and thousands of "RBJ" amunition from the Egyptian coast from the city of Rafah to the Palestine side of it, in an area situated to the south of "Canada camp," 150 meters from the borders.
Egypt-Palestine, Local, 7/9/2002
Russia, France cling to Arafat's legitimacy
French Foreign Minister Dominique de Villepin and his Russian counterpart Igor Ivanov on Monday in Moscow announced the formation of a joint security council and agreed to unify their countries' positions which are in contrary to that of the US concerning the conflict in the Middle East.
Palestine-France, Politics, 7/9/2002
Haartez: Peres meets with Palestinian finance minister
The Israeli daily Haartez said on Monday that the Israeli army leadership has reached a conclusion that the Palestinian leader Yasser Arafat will be out of office within 6 months and therefore Israel has no need to expel him from the Palestinian territories.
Palestine-Israel, Politics, 7/9/2002
Egypt's intelligence chief holds talks with Peres, Arafat on tensions
Under Israeli guns and US pressure for reform, Arafat also faced an internal challenge from Palestinian security chiefs over his dismissal of Jibril Rajoub, head of the Preventive Security Service in the West Bank.
Egypt-Palestine, Politics, 7/8/2002
Israel to involve armed settlers in controlling the Palestinians, 300 West Bankers arrested
The Israeli forces on Sunday continued their attacks against the Palestinians in the cities and villages of the West Bank and Gaza. Two breaking in and inspection operations were carried out in Rafah and near Eni Sinai settlement in Gaza.
Palestine-Israel, Military, 7/8/2002
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