Academic journal article The Middle East Journal

Chronology: Palestinian Affairs

Academic journal article The Middle East Journal

Chronology: Palestinian Affairs

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Palestinian Affairs

See also, Arab-Israeli Conflict, Regional Affairs

2000

Nov. 3: In Gaza, Palestinian National Authority (PNA) officials banned a scheduled protest against Israel that had been organized by the Islamic Jihad. [11/4 NYT]

Nov. 24: In Moscow, PNA President `Arafat met with Russian President Vladimir Putin to discuss Israeli-Palestinian negotiations. [11/25 NYT, FT, WP]

Dec. 7: A Palestinian security court sentenced to death `Alam Bani `Oudeh for his alleged collaboration with Israel that led to the 23 November killing of an Islamic Resistance Movement (HAMAS) member. [12/8 NYT, FT, WSJ, WP]

The World Bank approved for the PNA a $12 million grant, aimed at alleviating economic hardships in the West Bank and Gaza, and to offset the high level of unemployment of Palestinians who had worked in Israel. [12/8 WSJ, WP]

Dec. 8: The Washington Post reported that on I December, Muhammad Deif, Chief of `Izz al-Din al-Qassam brigade, the armed wing of HAMAS, who had been captured on 14 May, had escaped from prison. …

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