Israel has been at war with the Palestinians since 1948 and since 1967, when the two countries fought a full-scale war.
In that conflict, Israel captured more than a million Palestinian refugees and forcibly expelled more than two million from their homes, many of whom are still living in refugee camps in Jordan and Lebanon.
Since the current war began, Israel has repeatedly attacked and killed Palestinians with deadly violence.
Israel has also occupied and occupied Palestinian land and the West Bank.
The two countries are locked in a full scale military campaign aimed at eliminating Palestinian resistance and establishing their independent state in the West of the country.
However, Israel’s military offensive in Gaza has left more than 2,100 Palestinians dead, with the UN calling the situation in the Gaza Strip a “catastrophe.”
As a result, the Palestinian Authority has decided to take control of the Gaza border, the largest obstacle in the blockade that Israel has imposed on the coastal territory.
Despite a ceasefire, Israeli forces have continued to fire shells at Gaza, causing civilian casualties and a large number of deaths.
Israel’s occupation of the West Wall, the al-Aqsa Mosque, and Jerusalem’s Al Aqsa mosque have caused severe human rights abuses and increased tensions with Palestinians across the West.
Despite these human rights violations, the Israeli government and its political leadership are willing to risk Israel’s security and continue the occupation in order to achieve its political aims.
While the Israeli public does not support the Palestinian cause, the ruling Likud Party is able to appeal to voters by portraying Palestinians as the victims of terrorism and Israeli policy in the Middle East.
In recent weeks, Israel and Palestinian Authority have exchanged fire in several instances.
In November, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said that a “terrorist organization” was responsible for the rocket attack on his home.
The Israeli Prime Minster, Moshe Yaalon, said that “a terrorist organization” carried out the attack and that it was “not acceptable for a country that values its life and security to resort to violence.”
On May 14, the Jerusalem District Court sentenced former security chief Benny Gantz, the head of the Israeli occupation force, Benny Gephardt, to nine months in prison for inciting terrorism, which he denied.
On May 23, a Palestinian youth was shot dead by Israeli forces near the Gaza-Israel border.
The death of Muhammad al-Zahra, 22, was an act of revenge for the killing of a Palestinian teenager who was shot by Israeli troops during a confrontation on May 10.
The Palestinian teenager was shot when the soldiers tried to arrest him after he allegedly threw stones at Israeli soldiers.
The incident took place during the height of the summer heatwave and in a crowded neighborhood, which has been one of the hardest hit by the devastating summer monsoon rains.
Israel responded by closing off the border, which affected thousands of Palestinians in the coastal enclave.
Following the murder of Zahra by Israeli soldiers, the UN Security Council passed a resolution calling on the Israeli military to cease its occupation of Gaza.
Israel, however, has repeatedly claimed that the resolution does not apply to the occupied territories and has threatened to veto the UNSC resolution.
Israel also claims that UNSC Resolution 2334, which calls for the Palestinian people to have their homeland returned, is illegal under international law.
In response, the Palestinians have filed a case against Israel on the grounds that it violates international law by establishing settlements in the occupied West Bank and in East Jerusalem, and that the UN is using the International Criminal Court (ICC) to bring the issue to a full international court.
The Palestinians’ claim that the ICC has jurisdiction over the Israeli actions in Gaza is unfounded, however.
The ICC is not a court.
It has no jurisdiction over any of the Palestinian cases against Israel.
As of September, the ICC was unable to make a single decision in a single case, and its case against the Israeli army was dismissed in July, due to the lack of evidence.
The United States, the European Union, and the United Nations Security Council have all urged Israel to end its occupation, but Israeli Prime Ministers Benjamin Netanyahu and Benjamin Netanyahu have repeatedly refused to budge on the issue.
Israeli Prime ministers have repeatedly called for the international community to intervene and stop Israel’s brutal occupation of Palestinian land.
The government of Prime Minister Ehud Olmert has called for international action to stop the Israeli assault on the Palestinian territories.
In September, Israeli settlers launched a rocket attack at a settlement near Jerusalem, which injured two civilians.
Following that attack, the IDF launched air strikes against the settlers and fired rockets into the Palestinian cities of Nablus and Gaza.
In December, Israeli troops killed two Palestinians who were trying to cross the Israeli-occupied Golan Heights, in a move that many considered an act that would undermine Israel’s status as a permanent member of the United States and other major nations.
On March 2, Israeli police shot and killed two Palestinian men near the city of Nabi Saleh