Israel has been accused of violating the 1967 Green Line in its Gaza Strip takeover, and has faced international condemnation for a campaign of arrests and intimidation against Palestinians, and a military campaign against Hamas.
Now, a new book has questioned the legitimacy of the West Bank-based Israeli occupation and the legitimacy to hold a future Palestinian state.
The book, by Jerusalem-based journalist Ari Feldman, “Gaza: The Palestinian Story” has been released by Simon & Schuster, and is set to be published on November 21.
Feldman, who is writing a book on the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, was a member of the Palestinian leadership from 2000 to 2015.
The author’s article in the book, published on Sunday in Al-Quds Al-Arabi newspaper, examines the ongoing political and military struggle between Israel and the Palestinian Authority.
Feldman’s article argues that Israeli occupation in the West Wall-like area, known as Gaza, violates international law and has “become a tool of terror.”
It also says that Israel’s occupation has forced Palestinians to live under constant military and surveillance, including the use of surveillance drones.
“There are no laws in the United Nations that authorize Israel to act this way,” Feldman writes.
Palestinians are denied the right to a state and are denied their right to self-determination. “
The occupation is based on the denial of Palestinian rights in the occupied territories.
Palestinians are denied the right to a state and are denied their right to self-determination.
They are deprived of basic human rights, such as the right of assembly and freedom of religion.
Israel is responsible for every crime committed against them.”
The Israeli occupation of the territory was established by the 1967 Arab-Israeli war, and the United Nation declared it illegal in 2003.
The West Bank is the Palestinian territories occupied in 1967 and the Golan Heights that Israel captured in the 1967 Middle East War.
The Palestinian Authority and the Hamas movement in Gaza, which is led by the Palestinian president, is considered a terrorist organization by Israel and Western governments.
The United States is also considered a supporter of the Islamic resistance movement.
The Israel-Palestinian war has lasted since 2006 and the current round of hostilities began on August 6, 2016.
The latest round of fighting, which lasted until September 3, has killed more than 2,200 Palestinians and more than 4,000 Israelis, according to the Palestinian Center for Policy and Survey Research (PPSR).
In addition, over 2,100 Palestinians have been killed since last summer’s conflict erupted.
The current conflict began with a Palestinian strike on an Israeli army post in the Gaza Strip, and then the Hamas group’s assault on Israeli soldiers in the south.
The violence, which has been ongoing since 2014, has been the result of a lack of progress on the two sides’ two-state solution.
The US has expressed concern over the continuation of the current conflict, and it has imposed sanctions on some of the leaders of the Israeli and Palestinian armed groups, including Hamas and the Islamic Resistance Movement, as well as the Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine, which holds the Gaza border.
The PPSR says that the sanctions have led to a deterioration in the lives of Palestinians in the areas under Israeli occupation.
“What the West should do is to stop supporting this illegal occupation and to stop paying lip service to it,” Feldman said.
The authors’ article also points out that the Israeli blockade of the Gaza strip has led to shortages of food, water and medical supplies.
“Israeli authorities have been doing this since the late 1980s.
This is because the international community has recognized Israel’s annexation of the occupied Palestinian territory,” Feldman told Al-Jazeera.
The war between Israel, the Palestinians and Hamas, which began in 2007, has displaced more than 7 million Palestinians, according the United Organization for Migration (UNO).
According to the UN, there are at least 3.3 million people living in camps, which are illegal under international law.
The camps have also been the scene of violence, including Palestinian arson attacks and a recent bombing of a Hamas building in Gaza City.
In the past three years, the United Arab Emirates (UAE) has closed its borders to the Gaza region, but has opened them for goods and services.
Qatar, Saudi Arabia and Egypt have also closed their borders, while Egypt is the largest exporter of goods to the Palestinians, including goods to Gaza.
In 2016, Qatar opened its borders for goods, and Egypt closed its border.
However, in the past few years, there have been reports of Qatar opening its borders and reopening them to goods.
A US-backed military alliance between Qatar and Saudi Arabia has recently stepped up its air campaign against the Hamas-controlled Gaza Strip.
The coalition is led, in part, by the United Kingdom, and consists of the United Air Force, Royal Air Force and Royal Navy.
“This has created a situation where the Hamas regime is being targeted, which puts the coalition at risk,” Feldman added.
In his article, Feldman argues