How to get around travel restrictions in Israel

Travel restrictions imposed by Israel’s military and intelligence services have forced Palestinians to travel at night and in the cold to seek shelter and work.

The restrictions are so severe that Palestinian families and activists fear they are a barrier to their daily lives.

In addition to being forced to work in the fields or for the military, Palestinians are also forced to remain indoors, without access to electricity, running water or any form of toilet or shower facilities.

The Palestinian Authority (PA) says the restrictions are necessary to protect the Palestinian people and their right to self-determination.

The PA says it is not allowing for a “dramatic change in the demographic makeup of the Palestinian population,” in order to “ensure the Palestinian citizens’ safety.”

The PA, which governs the occupied West Bank, East Jerusalem and Gaza Strip, is currently under the control of Fatah, the political wing of Hamas.

Since the start of the conflict, the PA has been forced to accept the UN partition plan, and has imposed restrictions on freedom of movement, movement within the occupied territories and the establishment of new Palestinian communities.

The UN plan requires the Palestinians to give up land in the West Bank and Gaza for the creation of new Jewish settlements in the occupied areas.

However, Israel has repeatedly rejected the plan, which the PA believes would lead to the establishment “a permanent state of Israel.”

The Palestinian community in the United States is also subject to restrictions imposed under the Israeli military.

For example, Palestinian residents of East Jerusalem have been forced into underground tunnels under the Jerusalem neighborhood of Al-Aqsa Mosque.

In the West, Palestinians in the Gaza Strip are subject to strict security measures at the entrance to the border with Egypt.

The United States and the European Union have imposed travel restrictions on the Palestinian territories.

The US has also banned Palestinians from traveling to Israel for several years.

Israel is also facing criticism from its Western allies for its handling of the crisis in Gaza.

The Arab League condemned Israel for its actions in Gaza, and called on Israel to halt its military actions and return the Gaza prisoners to the Strip.

The European Union has also called for an end to Israel’s “illegal blockade” of Gaza, which has prevented Gaza from importing essential goods and fuel.

The EU also has proposed that Israel pay $50 million to the families of the dead in the 2014 war.

However the UN has stated that Israel must provide humanitarian aid to the Gaza residents, as stipulated in the international law.

However many Western politicians have criticized Israel for the way the Palestinians have been treated in Gaza and urged the Israeli government to stop the occupation.

Some Western politicians say Israel is not doing enough to help the Palestinians, and they have called on the government of Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas to stop its military action against the Palestinian Authority.

In a recent speech in London, British Prime Minister David Cameron criticized the “disastrous humanitarian situation” in the Palestinian Territories, which he called a “state of war.”

However, he said that Israel had the right to defend itself and that its actions were necessary to defend its citizens.

According to the UN, Israel occupied the West bank and Gaza in 1967 and annexed the Gaza strip in 2000.

It also has military facilities in the area, including the separation barrier, which it uses to block Palestinian access to the rest of the West.