Israel and Palestine have been at war for decades.
Israel has attacked Palestinian territories in the West Bank, Gaza Strip and Gaza, while Palestinian Authority (PA) President Mahmoud Abbas has been battling Israel in the Gaza Strip.
But while the two countries have never formally declared war, the two sides have fought for the last 20 years.
This is the first in a two-part series on the pro-Israeli side of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.
Part 2: Why pro-Palestine groups oppose Israeli legislation:The most common argument for pro-Palestinians is that legislation that discriminates against Israel will inevitably hurt the Palestinians.
However, the truth is that Israel has been very successful in its war on the Palestinians over the years.
The most successful weapons of this war are the laws passed by the Israeli parliament, which have been the basis of a two state solution since the end of the 1967 war.
These laws provide for Israel to take control of the territories and the people of the West Banks, East Jerusalem and the Gaza strip, and the status of those territories to be determined by Israel’s army and its settlers.
As a result, Israel has the power to completely control the lives of the Palestinians and to completely erase the Palestinian people from the map of the Middle East.
The fact that this was a success for Israel is no secret.
It is a fact that has been kept hidden from the public, even from the PA, which has a powerful political lobby in the Israeli Parliament.
Israel’s success is the product of the fact that the Palestinian Authority and its political wing, Fatah, have been using the laws as a weapon against Israel.
The Israeli government has also taken advantage of the Palestinian-led BDS movement, which began in 2014, to undermine the Palestinian rights.
It has actively supported BDS campaigns in the United States and Europe.
But for the most part, the international community has largely sided with Israel in opposing the BDS movement.
As the pro Israel lobby has been weakened, the Palestinian leadership has been able to exploit the movement to further its political agenda.
The Palestinian Authority is not interested in any compromise.
The Palestinians have always insisted that they want to return to their homeland and to establish a Jewish state on the 1967 lines, but their goal has always been to return the occupied territories to their rightful owners.
The only difference is that the Palestinians have now lost the leverage they once had over the international system.
Part 3: The pro-Arab argument for anti-Israeli legislation:Arab governments have often called for the Palestinian National Authority (PNA) to implement anti-Semitic legislation in the territories.
While the PNA does not necessarily support anti-Semitism, it has often supported laws that target Israel’s security forces and the PA’s political wing.
The PNA has also repeatedly called for boycotts of Israeli products.
While these laws are not strictly anti-Israel, they do hurt the PA and its supporters.
Part 4: The anti-Jewish argument for Israeli legislation article The main difference between the pro and anti-Palestinian arguments is that pro-Jewish groups have always opposed Israeli legislation that targets the Jewish people.
Israel is a nation that was founded on the teachings of Jesus Christ.
As such, it is an inherently Jewish state.
Therefore, it cannot be justified as anti-democratic.
There are several Jewish sects and communities in the world, but only a small number of them are recognized by the international Jewish community.
The main problem is that these communities are based on theocratic ideology and they do not recognize any other religious or ethnic group.
Anti-Semitism has always existed in the Middle Ages, and it is a deeply rooted prejudice against the Jews.
In the past, it was a crime to call someone a Jew.
This has always had a negative effect on Jewish people in general, but also the Jewish community in Israel.
The pro Jewish groups are therefore fighting the fight for the rights of the Jewish State of Israel.
Part 5: The pros and cons of pro-democratic legislationIn the past three decades, the world has become more and more accepting of the idea of a democratic Israel.
In fact, the United Nations voted for the establishment of a Palestinian state in 1993.
However and especially after the 2003 invasion of Iraq, the Arab world was more and less open to the idea.
The Arab states did not recognize Israel’s right to exist, and their rejection of Israel’s existence was more prevalent than ever.
This led to an increasing number of anti-Arab and anti Jewish acts by the Arab states, including the killing of Israelis.
The rise of the Muslim Brotherhood in Egypt, the emergence of the Islamic State in Iraq and Syria (ISIS), the rise of Hamas in Gaza, and a number of other violent attacks against Israel by the Palestinian resistance movement have all been triggered by these anti-Zionist and anti democratic measures.
However even in the midst of these attacks, the Palestinians remain the most popular political party in the Arab countries.
The majority of the Arab public support the Palestinians, and