Posted August 29, 2018 05:17:24 The Palestinian leadership has been the driving force behind Israel’s “peace process” with the Palestinians since its founding, and its leaders have been instrumental in ensuring that Israel’s security was maintained at all times.

They are also critical of any attempt to alter the Israeli-Palestinian status quo, a view shared by most of the Israeli public.

But a new book, The Jerusalem Project: The Making of Israel’s ‘Peace Process’ in the Occupied Territories (public library), offers a more nuanced picture of the PLO’s role in building the state of Israel.

The book’s author, Ralene D. Danko, an associate professor at the University of Washington, documents the PLOs role in the construction of the state through the years from 1967 to 2017.

It is an ambitious, scholarly work, which has gained critical attention in Israel.

But it has also caused some controversy in the United States, where some members of the US Congress have demanded that it be withdrawn.

Some Israelis see it as another effort by the PLOS to undermine the legitimacy of the current Israeli government, while others see it in the name of fighting racism.

While the book focuses on the PLOA’s role, it also draws on an examination of other organizations, including the American Jewish Congress, which in the 1950s and 1960s had a prominent role in shaping Israeli foreign policy.

“I think that’s what the PLOG is all about,” said Ralenene Dankos, who is also a professor at Jerusalem University’s Institute for Contemporary Israel Studies.

“It is a reflection of the reality of the times.

It was always about building a democratic state, but it wasn’t about building Israel.”

Israel has been building a democracy for nearly a half-century, but the PLOB has been increasingly marginalized since the late 1960s, when Israel became a permanent member of the UN Security Council.

Israel has never had a UN General Assembly seat.

Instead, it has been elected to three consecutive General Assembly seats.

In the past, its members have voted in favour of resolutions that would make it easier for Israeli settlers to settle in the West Bank and East Jerusalem.

This year, however, the PLOC lost the right to vote on such resolutions in a vote that went to a five-member group of international monitors, a vote the PLOMB did not even have the power to cast.

Israel is also unable to elect its own foreign minister, and since 2016, it cannot have its own ambassador to the United Nations, which would be needed to represent the Palestinian Authority.

Instead it has relied on the U.S. and other nations to provide the foreign minister and ambassador positions.

While Israel has been able to secure a UN Security Committee seat, it was unable to secure an Israeli ambassador to either the Security Council or the United Nation.

This year, the Palestinians were also unable, due to a procedural glitch, to get an Israeli foreign minister to join the Security Committee.

Israel’s government is also reliant on foreign support for its efforts to expand settlements and control the occupied territories.

For instance, Israel has relied heavily on support from U.N. agencies, including UN agencies and the United Kingdom.

In recent years, Israel’s leadership has taken steps to support Palestinian groups that support the expansion of the settlements.

For instance, in 2017, Israel announced it would start releasing Palestinian prisoners who were held by Israel, a move that many Palestinians have accused of violating international law.

In addition, Israel was the first country to officially recognize the Palestinian People’s Liberation Organization, or PLO, a Palestinian umbrella group that has been critical of the Palestinian leadership.

In the decades since the creation of the State of Israel, the international community has repeatedly condemned Israel for its settlements policies, including a number of UN Security council resolutions.

Israel also continues to deny Palestinian claims for territory captured in the 1967 Six-Day War, including East Jerusalem, as well as the territories it captured in a 1973 war with the PLOY.

Israel and the PLOF have maintained an uneasy peace, though the two sides have occasionally been at odds.

In July, Israel launched a military incursion into Gaza, the first major Israeli military action since 1967.

Israel later said it had killed several Hamas members and wounded dozens of other Palestinians.

In late September, Israel fired rockets at southern Israel.

In December, the Israeli military carried out an airstrike on Gaza’s border with Egypt, targeting two Hamas military camps.

On January 11, Israel imposed a travel ban on a number, including some of the leading Palestinian politicians, and ordered them to leave the country.

In response, several Palestinian groups issued statements denouncing the move.

Israel maintains the status quo in the Gaza Strip, which is home to a large Palestinian population.

In Gaza, Hamas has been responsible for a string of deadly attacks, including rocket attacks that killed a number Palestinians, including children.

Israel imposed a three-month closure on the Gaza strip on January