When the Palestinians began a process of self-determination in 2011, the West Bank and Gaza Strip were divided by the West bank’s separation wall and Gaza’s separation barrier.
In the West, the Palestinian Authority was a secular, religiously pluralist, religiously liberal political entity that enjoyed a good relationship with Israel and, through the United Nations, with the United States.
In Gaza, the PA had been a secular and Islamist state that, through Israel, had fought the Palestinian Liberation Organization (PLO) and its armed wing, Hamas.
Since then, Palestinians in Gaza and the West have been fighting to return to the territory that was originally part of Israel.
The PA, in effect, has been fighting a “resistance” war, which has involved an increasingly violent campaign of terror against the West.
The Palestinian Authority, as an official body, is supposed to represent the interests of the Palestinian people, not its religious sect or political parties.
The most recent attempt by the PA to take on Hamas and the PLO was a military operation, which killed several thousand people and left tens of thousands homeless.
For Palestinians living in the Westbank, the PLOs presence in Gaza has been a threat to their religious and political freedoms.
But for the Palestinians living under the PA’s control, it has been an increasingly oppressive force.
In some ways, this has been especially true since the PA has imposed the most draconian restrictions on the Palestinian population since 1948, including the most restrictive laws on women’s access to the media and education, and the confiscation of property and the dismantling of businesses that provide basic services to the Palestinian community.
While the PA is ostensibly a secular political entity, it is also deeply religious.
Many of the PA officials and institutions are heavily involved in the Israeli political establishment, which is defined as a “Jewish political and military entity” and a “biblical nation” (i.e., the State of Israel).
It is true that the PA and the Jewish state are often at odds, but there is no other entity that has so thoroughly corrupted the Palestinian psyche and identity as the PA.
The Palestinians have been systematically oppressed under the leadership of the PLOS.
In its efforts to destroy the PLOD, the Palestinians have systematically destroyed the religious foundations of the nation.
And in doing so, they have destroyed the very identity that has given birth to this nation.
Since the creation of the state of Israel, the Israeli government has systematically dismantled the foundations of religious and civil society in the Palestinian territories, including through the demolition of mosques, churches, synagogues, and other religious sites, the denial of citizenship rights, and discrimination against Palestinians on the basis of their religion, ethnicity, and national origin.
In a statement on the creation and construction of the separation barrier, the US State Department said, “the wall is an affront to the basic dignity of the people of Israel and its security concerns.
The wall’s construction represents a violation of the right of return to return for all of the residents of the West.”
The Palestinian people are divided into two groups: those who are considered Palestinian citizens of Israel (known as Palestinians) and those who reside in the occupied territories (known to be occupied).
Both groups have suffered under the PLOC, which was an official, secular political body that was not defined by any religious affiliation.
But in 1948, the creation, expansion, and use of the wall meant that Palestinians in the Occupied Territories had become part of the State Of Israel.
Now, the current Israeli government seeks to return all Palestinian people to their homeland and erase their Palestinian identity and history.
Israel’s policies are part of a larger strategy of oppression, and have the goal of erasing the Palestinian identity, history, and history of the Occupying Powers.
For many Palestinians, this is part of their fundamental struggle for a homeland and a future.
It is part and parcel of the struggle for independence.
The current Palestinian Authority (PA) government is the largest Palestinian entity in the region, with about two million people.
The PLO is one of the largest armed factions in the Palestine Liberation Organization, or PLO, a political group of Palestinian factions that have fought against the Palestinian National Authority (PNA) since 1993.
The majority of PLO members, including its leaders, are Muslim.
It was not until 2009 that the Palestinian government decided to remove the PLOB’s “foreign policy” designation.
The decision was taken at a PLO conference in Cairo, which marked the beginning of the Arab Spring.
The PNA, which had dominated the PLOG and PLOS for many years, was forced to step down after a long period of instability and failed leadership.
In response, the new PA, which came to power in 2014, took control of the remaining PLOs leadership.
Its aim is to return the Palestinian society to a state of non-nationalism.
The new government’s policies have not only violated the rights of the Palestinians but also the rights and interests of their neighbors.
In April 2016, for example