The Palestinian territories are likely to play a major role in the Israeli and Palestinian conflict, but this is largely due to the fact that the territory will be occupied by both states.
As such, the conflict is very much in the middle.
This is the view of Daniel Levy, an analyst with the Institute for National Security Studies (INSS) in Jerusalem, and he argues that the region will be shaped by the nature of the conflict.
The two countries will never be able to live peacefully in peace, he argues, because the nature and scope of the Palestinian-Israeli conflict will determine the parameters of that peace.
A political map based on land and sea The Israeli-Jordanian border is a major part of this map.
It is the dividing line between Israel and the West Bank.
In theory, Israel can use its borders to extend its own sovereignty, but in reality it is a very difficult thing to do.
Jordan has historically controlled much of the West Jordan Valley, but it has been occupied by Jordan since the 1967 Six Day War.
This territory is not part of Israel’s borders, and the Israeli military has no control over it.
Israel controls a portion of the Jordan Valley as part of its eastern border.
This border is known as the “Green Line” and was the first line of Israeli control in the area.
However, it is also home to the Golan Heights, a strategic border that Israel has claimed since the 1980s.
Jordan is not a member of the UN Security Council and is not included in the framework of the United Nations-brokered peace process.
There is a dispute over who controls the Gobi Desert, which Israel claims as part, but the Israeli government claims control over most of it.
Jordan shares borders with Syria and Iran.
Both of these countries are hostile to Israel and have a number of issues with the country’s government.
It has also been in conflict with Israel for decades.
Jordan’s border with Syria is the most sensitive one and Israel considers it an integral part of their territory.
The Syrian army has been fighting against the Israeli occupation of the Garma Mountains in the north of the country since the 1950s.
This area is known for its large population of Kurds, who are ethnically Israeli.
The Kurdish people have lived in this area for centuries and were one of the first settlers in the region.
According to the United Nation, there are around 4.5 million Kurds in Jordan, making up around 15% of the population.
In the 1980-1988 period, Israel seized large parts of the territory from Syria and later Jordan.
The Israeli occupation was called Operation Cast Lead, and it lasted from October 2006 until November 2011.
During this time, Israel destroyed more than 400 homes and demolished over 50,000 Palestinian structures, including schools, hospitals, mosques and homes.
It also destroyed over 700 Palestinian olive trees.
In recent years, the Israeli Defense Forces (IDF) has been gradually restoring some of the buildings it has destroyed and is building new ones.
However it is unclear whether the rebuilding will be enough to reverse the damage.
Israel has also demolished many Arab homes and buildings, and Palestinian homes and properties have also been destroyed.
It took Israel nearly 20 years to construct settlements in the Garmi area, and they were the only settlements in Jordan until 2005.
However these settlements were not designed to provide security and were often used to harass Palestinians, often with the goal of displacing them.
These actions, Levy argues, caused a lot of the damage that has happened to the region over the years.
In order to deal with the security threat, the Israel-Palestine conflict is a matter of land and maritime boundaries.
It can also be seen as a land-to-sea conflict, because Israel controls the sea from the Mediterranean to the Mediterranean Sea.
There are two major territorial disputes in the Mediterranean: the Israeli claim over the Mediterranean and the Jordanian claim over all of the land around the Mediterranean.
Both countries are heavily dependent on sea shipping for trade and for their livelihoods.
The sea is vital to the Israeli economy, which depends on its ability to access its oil exports.
In addition, Israel controls important oilfields in the south of the region, which it could use to expand its oil production and to protect its borders from Iranian influence.
However in recent years there has been a growing trend toward using the sea for the construction of settlements, including the one being built in the southern part of the Gulf.
The Palestinians have long been concerned about Israel’s use of the sea as a means of control over the region and have been protesting against the use of Israel as a military base.
However the current Israeli government has responded by increasing the number of military facilities in the West Jerusalem area and has recently established new naval facilities, including in the port of Ashkelon.
In this regard, the recent move to build new naval bases and military installations in the Palestinian territory is an attempt to further expand Israel’s control over sea