An Israeli delegation has been touring the West Bank and Gaza Strip in recent days, seeking to establish the facts about the Gaza conflict, which has killed more than 2,000 Palestinians since mid-2015.
The delegation, headed by Defense Minister Avigdor Lieberman, has been meeting with Palestinian officials, journalists and activists in Gaza City.
The Palestinian delegation’s main goal is to convince the Israelis that the Palestinians’ demand for an end to the violence is unrealistic.
The delegations main focus is on the fact that Palestinians have been fighting against Israel since 1967, and that the war ended in the 2014 Mideast peace deal, which ended the six-year Israeli occupation of the Palestinian territories.
They also said that Israel’s decision to halt construction on the settlements of Ma’ale Adumim and East Jerusalem is not an expression of the right of return for Palestinians who have left the West bank.
Netanyahu’s government has repeatedly rejected the Palestinians argument that they cannot live in the West in peace, arguing that they have the right to return to their homes in their homeland.
The Israeli public overwhelmingly supports this position, according to the poll conducted by the Jerusalem Post.
The Israeli government’s policy toward the Gaza Strip is based on the premise that the Westbank is a part of the territory of the Palestinians.
The Israelis have consistently insisted that the Palestinian side, which is technically recognized as the state of Israel, is a separate entity from the West.
The West Bank is home to a large number of Palestinian refugees from the Israeli military’s 1948 military campaign, as well as Palestinian refugees who fled the 1948 Nakba, the forced displacement of nearly 6 million Palestinians from their homes and villages in the Arab countries of the West, including Gaza.
The Palestinians have repeatedly denied that they want to leave the West for the future.
But, in a move to appease the Israeli government, the Israeli delegation last month began holding an exhibition at the Palestinian Museum of the Holocaust in Gaza.
In the exhibit, which took place in January, the Palestinians were asked to share the story of their life as refugees in Israel during World War II.
The exhibit was designed to show that Palestinians in the Gaza strip are still suffering and suffering because of the Israeli occupation.
The exhibit was part of an effort by the Palestinian Authority to establish a museum in the former British Mandate, which the Palestinians now call the Gaza West Bank.
In addition to the exhibits, the PA has been holding educational events, which are meant to educate the public about the conflict.
The West Bank has become an important hub for the movement for Palestinian rights, as many Palestinians still live in East Jerusalem and the West Wall, which was built by the Jewish state after the creation of the State of Israel.
In response, the Palestinian government in the Palestinian Territories has taken measures to limit the Palestinian population there, particularly during the summer months, in order to prevent the influx of thousands of Palestinians who are fleeing the conflict in Gaza and the refugee camps in the region.
According to the Palestinian Ministry of Health, at least 2,078 Palestinians have died since the beginning of the conflict, and the vast majority of them are civilians, mostly from the Hamas-controlled Gaza Strip.
More than 1,600 have been wounded.
In Gaza, the United Nations and the International Committee of the Red Cross have said that more than 800,000 people have been displaced from their home in the Strip, with more than a quarter of the population living in poverty.
The international community has repeatedly called on Israel to stop the violence, but the Israeli leadership has repeatedly said it is prepared to continue the violence until the two sides reach a ceasefire.