Why the Israeli-Palestinian conflict will be remembered for generations

This week marks the 70th anniversary of the signing of the Oslo Accords, an international accord ending the Israeli occupation of the West Bank and Gaza Strip.

The accord called for Israel to give Palestinians their own state, and to end its illegal occupation of Palestinian land.

At the time, Israeli Prime Minister Menachem Begin was president.

Since then, the peace process has been dogged by a number of unresolved issues, including the status of Jerusalem, which Israel claims as its capital.

In recent years, the Israeli government has been criticized for its treatment of Palestinians in occupied East Jerusalem.

The ongoing Israeli military operation in the occupied West Bank has been seen as one of the main factors in the continued deterioration of relations between the Israelis and Palestinians.

But in the past few years, a number have argued that the conflict has been politicized.

A recent poll by the Public Opinion Research Center found that the public was generally supportive of the policies of the Israeli prime minister.

A majority of Israelis believe that the Palestinians are right to demand that Israel withdraw from their lands, while only about a third believe that Israel should recognize the State of Palestine.

It’s important to note that this is a survey conducted over the course of a year, not a single day.

However, the results indicate that Israel’s policies on the conflict are far from being popular, and are even viewed as a major obstacle to peace.

A number of factors have contributed to the polarization of Israeli opinion.

The recent history of the peace talks has been fraught with tensions, as have the policies that have been adopted by the government.

At a time when Israel has faced a string of major crises and is still in the midst of a prolonged military operation, the conflict is seen by many as a political issue.

In this regard, the current conflict has given rise to a number social and political issues, both in Israel and abroad.

The current situation is especially difficult for Israel because the peace deal has a long term goal of a two-state solution.

While the process of negotiations has been relatively smooth, there are still disagreements on how to achieve that goal.

The two-State solution has not been achieved in part because the Israeli public has been distracted by the current Israeli-Arab war.

It is also unclear how a one-state model will be achieved in the near future.

However a number Palestinians have advocated for an alternative to the current agreement.

In a speech in the United States last year, Palestinian negotiator Saeb Erekat argued that one-State was necessary to avoid the cycle of conflict, violence and displacement.

In his speech, Erekats stated that a solution to the conflict should involve the creation of a Palestinian state alongside Israel.

The Palestinian negotiator also called for the establishment of a unity government between the Palestinian leadership in the West and the Israeli leadership in Jerusalem.

As a result of these statements, the United Nations has repeatedly called for an end to the Israeli settlements and the occupation.

In response to these statements from Palestinian negotiators, Israeli politicians have responded with harsh rhetoric, claiming that the current Palestinian state is a precondition for a two state solution.

The Israeli government’s response to this call has been to increase its military presence in the territories.

In addition, the government has proposed the establishment, at least temporarily, of a Jewish outpost in East Jerusalem, the site of the biblical temple in which the biblical Jewish people were worshiped.

Israel has also continued its military operation against Hamas, which is the main Palestinian opposition party.

The government has also made a number moves aimed at increasing the security of Israelis, including an increase in the number of border guards and the closing of several crossings, including one at the Jordan River, to prevent Palestinians from entering or leaving the occupied territories.

A significant number of Israelis also feel that the Israeli state is under attack from a variety of Palestinian groups.

In some cases, it has been suggested that the Palestinian resistance movement is responsible for the current political situation.

For example, in 2014, the head of the Arab League in exile, Ibrahim Abu al-Mughni, said that the West bank and Gaza were occupied territories and that the “resistance movement in the area” was responsible for it.

Israel is also worried about the rise of Palestinian political parties.

These parties have been accused of anti-Semitic rhetoric and have even sought to delegitimize the Jewish people, leading to the cancellation of a planned visit by Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu to Israel.

Despite these concerns, a growing number of people have voiced support for Israel and have expressed support for the peace agreement.

However these parties are also viewed as terrorist organizations by Israeli authorities, and Israel has been accused by the United Kingdom and other countries of supporting the Palestinian terrorist group Hamas.

There are also many Israeli citizens who are concerned about the continuing deterioration of their country’s image and the negative impact that the peace initiative has had on the country’s relationship with the United State.

In the past, Israelis were more concerned with the peace accords than their own