For more than four decades, the Jewish people have lived in relative peace and quiet in the Holy Land.
But the country is in a state of emergency.
In response, some Jews are moving to the holy land, but others are not.
It is a debate in which some see the Jewish community as having a choice.
As the holy sites of Judaism, the holy places of the Jewish religion are the sites where the Jewish faith is enshrined.
The Temple Mount is where the prophet Jonah was burned to death and the Dome of the Rock where the Temple once stood.
There are also sites of other holy sites like the Jewish Cemetery in Jerusalem and the ancient cemetery at the Western Wall, the holiest site in Judaism.
In the past, Israel’s government has allowed Jews to pray on Mount Zion, and to visit the Dead Sea.
But in recent years, the government has imposed restrictions on religious gatherings, including a curfew in Jerusalem, which restricts the ability of non-Jews to enter the holy city.
The restriction on the Sabbath is an extreme example of the Israeli government’s attempts to impose its religious views on its citizens.
Some Jews also view the holy site of Masada as the site of the final battle between Israel and the Babylonians, which took place in the area around the Dead Valley.
The Dome of David is also the site where the biblical prophet Jonah, who was killed by an arrow, was found.
It’s located in a valley in the West Bank that’s part of the Jordan Valley.
In 2005, the U.N. passed a resolution calling on the Israelis to “immediately halt all activities” to allow for the return of the prophet’s remains to Jerusalem.
But, as many Jews, including some in the Israeli parliament, see the holy place of Masadah as a site of historical significance, the decision was met with protests from both Israelis and Palestinians.
When the Israeli-Palestinian conflict erupted in the 1970s, Israel seized control of the Old City of Jerusalem, the Temple Mount, and other sites in Jerusalem’s Old City.
The occupation of Jerusalem continued for decades.
In recent years the Jewish population of Jerusalem has grown to some 80,000.
But while Jews in Israel live under strict restrictions, in the occupied West Bank the population of Palestinians has grown significantly.
Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas has also said that he supports the “demilitarization” of the West Wall, a disputed area where the Palestinian Authority controls Jerusalem.
A growing number of Palestinians believe the “Jewish state” is in danger, and some believe that Israel is trying to use Masadas holy sites for its own ends.
“We’re living in a time of terror, of violence,” said Yasser, a 40-year-old Palestinian who asked that his last name not be used because he fears retribution from his family for speaking out.
“We are living in fear of the return to the occupation and the establishment of a Jewish state.”
“They are trying to take over the holy area, which is the Temple and the walls of Jerusalem,” said the young Palestinian, who asked to be identified by his first name, Muhammad, because of fears of reprisals.
“The Jewish people are living there, and it’s our duty to protect it.”
According to Muhammad, the Palestinian movement, Hamas, has a lot of influence in the Palestinian leadership.
Hamas leaders in Gaza are often referred to as “Hamas in the Middle East.”
Muhammad’s father was a member of the Islamic Jihad group that was active in the Gaza Strip.
His mother is a former member of Hamas.
But despite their similarities, Muhammad said that Hamas has an agenda that differs from his own.
“They want to destroy the state of Israel and establish their state in the region,” Muhammad said.
“Israel is the last country to defend the Jewish state.
The Palestinians have the right to defend it.”
The young Palestinian said that while the Jewish government has its own agenda, it’s a far cry from the ideology of the Palestinian Liberation Organization, which has called for the liberation of the region from Jewish influence.
“There’s a lot that is going on that’s not the interests of the people,” Muhammad added.
“It’s the interests that we have.”
A group called the Palestinian Center for Policy and Survey Research (PCPSR) has estimated that over the last 30 years, more than 60,000 Palestinians have been killed.
“There are over 10 million Palestinians in Israel who are now living under Israeli rule, and these people are the victims of occupation,” said Shadi al-Awsat, a PCPSR research fellow.
“Palestinian civilians have suffered over 1,400 murders, and there are over 100,000 Palestinian deaths each year.”
Al-Aawsat’s organization has documented more than 200 cases of Palestinian killings by Israeli forces.
A woman named Yasmin, who lives in the settlement of Beitunia, was killed in 2006 while she was