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Hariri, Hammoud discuss with Qaddoumi developments; Lebanon committed to support the Palestinians
The Lebanese prime minister Rafic Hariri discussed with the chairman of the PLO political department the development of conditions on the Palestinian arena as well as the American military build up in the Gulf region.
Lebanon-Palestine, Politics, 1/4/2003
Israeli forces broke into al-Am'ari camp, destroy houses, warns against resistance
The Israeli forces yesterday at dawn broke into al-Am'ari camp in Ramullah and cordoned the house of the Palestinian "martyr" Wafa' Idris, the first Palestinian woman in the Palestinian Intifada in order to destroy the house.
Palestine-Israel, Military, 1/4/2003
Moroccan NGO sees continuation of Intifada as unique alternative to face Zionist arrogance
The association further conveys an urgent appeal issued on December 19th to the Moroccan people "from Palestinian widows, orphans, sick people, students and the unemployed who suffer from poverty and exclusion and are in need of assistance."
Morocco-Palestine, Politics, 1/3/2003
Qaddoumi meets Palestinian officials in Damascus
The chairman of the PLO political department Farouk al-Qaddoumi yesterday in Damascus discussed with representatives for Palestinian organizations "the difficult situation in the Palestinian territories."
Syria-Palestine, Politics, 1/3/2003
Israel kills six Palestinians, demolishes16 houses; Katsav admits failure to suppress Intifada
The Israeli President Moshe Katsav has admitted the failure of the Israeli government to suppress the Palestinian Intifada. In a statement to the Israeli military radio yesterday, Katsav said that Israel has to pursue what he called a new strategy to settle this matter which he called the Israeli "left and right" had not succeeded in finding solutions for. He said that it is the right time for Israel to proceed in the rightful track.
Palestine-Israel, Military, 1/3/2003
The Pope expresses concern over ME conditions
Pope John Paul II yesterday expressed his concern over the tense conditions in the Middle East. He called for work in order to establish peace.
Palestine-Vatican, Politics, 1/2/2003
Israel bans Azmi Beshara from taking part in next Israeli Knesset elections
The central elections committee in Israel decided to prevent the election list of the Democratic National Coalition and its chairman, Azmi Beshara, from taking part in the next elections of the Knesset.
Palestine-Israel, Politics, 1/2/2003
Israel marks new year by demolishing two Palestinian houses
Israel marks the new year by demolishing two Palestinian houses, incursions in the West Bank and Gaza as the year 2002 was catastrophic for the Palestinians with more than 8000 Palestinians getting detained by Israel.
Palestine-Israel, Military, 1/2/2003
Israeli settlement with the Palestinians over releasing held money
Well-informed Israeli sources said that the Israeli government has reached a final settlement with the Palestinians concerning money held by Israel for the Palestinian authority.
Palestine-Israel, Politics, 1/2/2003
Syria's vice president, deputy premier confer with al-Qaddoumi
Syria's Vice President Abdul-Halim Khaddam received yesterday PLO Political Department Chief Farouk Qaddoumi.
Syria-Palestine, Politics, 1/1/2003
Moussa: the Israeli peace camp has started to move
The Egyptian foreign minister Ahmad Maher said yesterday that "the peace camp in Israel has started to move."
Egypt-Palestine, Politics, 1/1/2003
Three Palestinians killed by Israeli forces, one under bombardemnt
we asked about the reason for kidnapping they said he will be questioned and returned back." Al-Rahabi added "we followed the soldiers walking to the "industrial area" where the Israelis used to take Palestinians and found Omran dead with bleeding from his head, nose and back.
Palestine-Israel, Military, 1/1/2003
Al- Qaddoumi in Damascus
The chairman of the PLO political department Farouk al-Qaddoumi arrived yesterday in Damascus in a visit which lasts for three days in order to hold consultations with the Syrian officials.
Syria-Palestine, Politics, 12/31/2002
Maher: Intifada, not on agenda of Palestinian factions
Foreign Minister Ahmad Maher said Monday that halting the Palestinian Intifada was not on the agenda of the meeting of the Palestinian factions in Cairo.
Egypt-Palestine, Politics, 12/31/2002
Plenary meeting for Palestinian groups in Cairo next Sunday
Egyptian foreign minister Ahmad Maher stressed that talks between the Palestinian groups sponsored by Cairo, which will resume next Sunday do not aim at halting the Intifada, rather continuing resistance in a different manner.
Palestine-Egypt, Politics, 12/31/2002
Israeli soldiers kill Three Palestinians; continue demolishing houses
The Palestinian Jamal Zabarou ( 30 year old) was shod dead by the Israeli bullets when fire was opened at a group of Palestinians in Nablus, while another Palestinian was killed in an assassination operation carried out by the Israeli soldiers to the east of Gaza and a third Palestinian was killed in Jenin as he approached an Israeli military check point.
Palestine-Israel, Military, 12/31/2002
Sharon calls army to intensify assassinations; Palestinian child shot by Israeli soldiers
Palestinian child Abdul Karim Salamah ( 11 year old) was shot dead by the Israeli soldiers bullets in Toulkarem and other two were wounded in Rafah. One of them is an AP photographer in Rafah.
Palestine-Israel, Military, 12/30/2002
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