By Ali Hamad / 10 July 2018 11:16AMIn the Gaza Strip, the situation is different.
The Palestinian residents are under the full control of Israeli forces, and even the Israeli border guards have to use force to enter and exit the Palestinian territory.
Many of them are young men and women, who are forced to do simple chores, such as washing clothes, cooking, and taking care of their children.
But they are not victims, and are not the ones who are being injured or killed by the Israeli soldiers.
These young men are not criminals.
They are not murderers.
They are not terrorists.
They don’t deserve the death penalty.
But in the West Bank, there are a number of cases in which soldiers are using force to force Palestinians to leave their homes.
A few weeks ago, Israeli soldiers in the occupied West Bank were able to break the necks of a 15-year-old Palestinian girl and a 20-year old woman, who were trying to cross the separation barrier, in the northern West Bank town of Nablus.
Israeli forces have also been seen using excessive force in the city of Hebron, where Israeli soldiers are seen beating and shooting at Palestinians who refuse to stop at checkpoints.
According to Palestinian sources, Israeli forces are responsible for more than 300 Palestinians killed since Israel launched Operation Protective Edge in July.
The use of excessive force is not new.
The Israeli army has used excessive force since the beginning of the second intifada in 2000.
In 2013, Israel used tear gas to disperse protesters in Hebron.
A report from Human Rights Watch documented dozens of cases of Israeli soldiers throwing tear gas and stun grenades at Palestinians.
In the years since Operation Cast Lead in 2008, a series of military operations have been launched to destroy the infrastructure of the Gaza strip.
According the United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs, Israeli troops have been involved in hundreds of deaths and injuries caused by Palestinian civilians.
Israel has also been responsible for thousands of homes destroyed in the Gaza conflict.
A recent UN report found that 1.5 million homes were destroyed, and over 1,000 Palestinians have lost their homes since 2014.
The UN also noted that over 1.7 million Palestinians have been displaced, and more than 100,000 have been forced to leave the Gaza enclave.
In a series known as Operation Protective Shield, Israeli military operations are designed to destroy Palestinian infrastructure and infrastructure of terror organizations such as Hamas and Islamic Jihad, while targeting Hamas, Hezbollah and other terrorist groups.
The United Nations estimated that over 5,000 civilians have been killed by Israeli forces since the start of the operation.
Israel maintains that the use of force is necessary in order to protect the lives of its soldiers, and the operation has also sparked an international debate on whether the use is proportionate.
According to the UN Office for Coordination for Humanitarian Assistance (OCHA), Israel has deployed forces in the Palestinian territories at the request of the United States and other countries, including the United Kingdom, the United Arab Emirates, and Turkey.
The Israeli army was also involved in the recent attack on the Syrian Arab Army base at Hama, Syria.
During the attack, Israeli commandos carried out an attack against the Syrian army, destroying vehicles and weapons and killing dozens of soldiers.
Israel denied the attack.
The situation in the besieged Gaza Strip is the most serious obstacle to peace in the Middle East.
Israel’s illegal occupation of the West Block, a territory in which there are approximately 300,000 residents, and its disproportionate use of violence against civilians, including children, are a direct result of the policies of the Israeli government, which has repeatedly violated international law.
The international community must do more to ensure that these violations are stopped and that Palestinians are not subjected to such abuses.