When to visit Israel: Israel and the Palestinian Territories
On the eve of Israel’s Independence Day, I had the opportunity to visit Jerusalem and the West Bank.
The visit was made possible by a new Google service called Pixelmon, which enables visitors to visit sites in the two territories from any smartphone, tablet or computer.
Since then, Google has partnered with several Palestinian territories to enable users in the West to visit each other’s sites.
The Google Pixelmon service was made available to visitors in the Gaza Strip on July 17.
The Israeli Embassy in the Palestinian territories and the Hamas government in Gaza have also provided the service.
The service has been expanded to the Israeli West Bank and East Jerusalem.
On Monday, July 18, I visited the Dome of the Rock, a monument in Jerusalem, the ancient Christian holy site of the apostle Paul.
On my return trip, I was welcomed by an Israeli delegation and received an official invitation from the Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu to visit the site.
This was my second visit to the Dome, which is located at the intersection of two roads.
I was impressed by the quality of the construction, which I witnessed during my time there.
The site is very well preserved and the stones were painted black and white.
It is a beautiful monument and one that reminds me of a beautiful garden, not unlike a garden of Eden.
At the Dome I was accompanied by an official tour guide from the Ministry of Antiquities and Archaeology, who took us to the Temple Mount, which sits on top of the Dome.
The Temple Mount is a Muslim holy site, a sacred site that was built by Muslims centuries ago and that is used as a place of worship for Muslims.
It was a site of great importance to Jews in the Holy Land.
For years, Israeli and Palestinian authorities have been fighting a battle over its status as a Muslim site.
The Israelis claim that the Temple is a part of Judaism, but Palestinians believe it is a Jewish site.
It has been the subject of many conflicts, including a conflict between the Israeli government and the Palestinians, and it is still used as the site of prayer by the Muslim community.
The Palestinian side claims the Dome is their sacred site, and Israeli authorities have frequently demolished the structure.
In recent years, the Israeli military has used bulldozers to clear the site, claiming that it is illegal to build on its land.
The Palestinians claim that it belongs to them and the Israeli authorities refuse to allow them to build in its spot.
The situation at the site is so tense that the Israeli Defense Forces recently closed all access to the area to allow the Palestinians to build.
This is in direct violation of international law and a major setback for the Palestinians.
I wanted to see the Dome and its importance as well as the importance of the Palestinians as a people and their history and culture.
I would have liked to visit other sites in Israel, such as the Tomb of the Patriarchs in Hebron, the Al-Aqsa Mosque in Jerusalem and various archaeological sites in Ramallah.
The Israel Tourism Authority, which coordinates the tours of Israel, does not allow tours to Israel’s southern frontier, so I had to make do with Google Maps.
When I reached the Temple mount, the IDF soldiers on my tour bus asked me to remove my shoes and show them my ID card.
This forced me to do this, and they were kind enough to give me a tour guide.
After the tour, I saw an Israeli flag on top the Mount of Olives, which Israel has a national holiday.
On a recent trip to the Western Wall, I observed the Jewish temple in Jerusalem from the top of Mount Zion, which also has a National Holiday.
I saw the Dome from the Dome itself and it reminded me of the Holy of Holies in Jerusalem.
I also saw a statue of Jesus at the entrance of the Temple.
The Dome is not the only monument in the Jewish holy sites in Jerusalem that has a special significance.
On the wall of the ancient Temple Mount there is a bronze cross, inscribed with the name of the Prophet Muhammad.
There are many other crosses in the Temple, as well.
The Mount of David is also revered in the Muslim world.
I decided to visit a nearby site that is dedicated to the memory of the Jewish people, called the al-Aqa Mosque.
This mosque is located in Jerusalem’s Old City and has been under Israeli control since it was founded by Muslims in the 11th century.
Since its establishment, the mosque has been targeted by Israeli forces.
In 2012, an Israeli military court found that the al al-Awda Mosque in East Jerusalem was built illegally and was being used for terrorist purposes.
I visited this mosque on my first visit to Israel, but it was closed off to visitors until I left.
I took a guided tour of the mosque.
This guided tour was also made possible thanks to Google.
The tour took us through the mosque and its surroundings, and we also had a look inside the mosque itself.
In front of the Muslim