How to be a pro in Israel’s political system

There are many Israeli political parties and parties of different stripes, but there are only two in Israel.

There are two parties in Israel, the centrist Jewish Home party and the far-right Jewish Home-Yisrael Beiteinu party.

They are the two parties that make up Israel’s governing coalition.

The two parties are at odds with each other over issues such as immigration, immigration reform, foreign aid and settlement building.

The mainstream of Israel’s parties has been split over the last decade.

But in the last three years, there has been an acceleration of tensions in Israel and the country’s political landscape.

It is not surprising, therefore, that the two Israeli political systems have diverged.

The mainstream Jewish Home Party and the center-left Jewish Home Yisrael Benyamin party are both secular and strongly supportive of Israel.

In the past, both parties have supported a peace process with the Palestinians, but they have been critical of the Israeli government’s handling of the Gaza conflict.

But the center of gravity of the two main parties is now shifting to the far right, which is seen as pro-settlement and anti-Arab.

There is also growing support for a Palestinian state in the Palestinian territories, with the Palestinian Authority (PA) supporting it and the Jewish Home and its sister party, Jewish Home Beiteirah, opposing it.

The two political systems are also at odds over the settlement issue, with some parties supporting it while others oppose it.

The Jewish Home, for example, supported a Palestinian bid to become a state in 2006.

But after the 2014 war with Gaza, the party backed the Israeli military’s decision to withdraw from the Gaza Strip, which left thousands of Palestinians dead and hundreds of thousands displaced.

The Israeli government then began building settlements on Palestinian land.

The PA has said it will continue to support the Israeli withdrawal.

Both parties have faced criticism in the past year over the treatment of Palestinians in the occupied West Bank and Gaza.

There have also been complaints that both parties are too close to Israel’s right-wing coalition, which the government is using to pass laws, such as the “right of return” legislation, which gives Palestinians the right to return to their homes in Israel after they have served their prison terms.

The right of return legislation is not a new idea in Israel; Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is pushing for it.

However, the legislation has gained prominence in recent years, with right-leaning parties in both Israel and abroad saying that it violates international law.

In recent months, Netanyahu has repeatedly said that Palestinians who are returned to their ancestral lands should be allowed to return in a process similar to the process of transferring refugees from Europe.

Some Palestinians are calling for the return of the Palestinian refugees from the European countries.

Israel’s Prime Minister Benyasrael Netanyahu, who has ruled Israel since 2002, said on June 10 that Palestinians should be given the same rights as the European refugees in return for returning to their land.

But Palestinian rights activists say that in Israel there is no right of returning to land that was occupied by the Israelis, and that the Palestinians have been deprived of this right for centuries.

The Palestinians have long claimed that they were not expelled from their land, but rather returned to it by force.

Palestinians hold a demonstration on the Temple Mount in Jerusalem, July 15, 2019.

(Reuters photo: Atef Safadi)The Palestinian rights groups that have criticized the Israeli policies say that the Palestinian refugee issue has become one of the most divisive issues in the conflict, with Palestinians calling for greater political and economic autonomy for the Palestinians in areas that are under Israeli control.

The Israeli government, however, says that the issue of Palestinian refugees is not one that it will ever discuss in a diplomatic process with other countries.

The current peace negotiations between Israel and Palestine began in 2012, and the Israeli leadership says that its objective is to resolve the Palestinian issue through negotiations.

The talks are expected to conclude in mid-2018.

In a bid to further strengthen its support for the Palestinian cause, the Israeli authorities have recently announced a series of measures to further increase its influence in the international community.

On October 11, Israeli authorities announced the establishment of an independent UN peacekeeping force, with more than 1,200 soldiers and about 100 police officers.

The deployment of more than 50,000 Israeli troops to the West Bank is part of the plan.

On November 11, Israel announced the appointment of a new ambassador to the UN, a former Israeli diplomat and member of the Knesset, Ron Dermer, who is seen by the Israeli public as being pro-Israeli.

Dermer is also an expert on the Middle East, having served as a member of Prime Minister Ehud Olmert’s government.

He will be responsible for promoting Israeli interests in the UN and has previously expressed support for Israel’s policy of “zero tolerance” toward settlements.

Derber has also previously called on the Palestinians to boycott international conferences, saying that they should be banned.

He has also