The story of the year: What you need to know about Israel’s conflict with Gaza
Israel’s military and political leadership are currently grappling with the most significant crisis in the country’s history.
For many in Israel, the latest events have become the catalyst for a national crisis.
But for many, the story of Israel’s struggle with Gaza is much more complicated.
On July 1, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu convened a national security meeting at which he vowed to “liberate Gaza” and “fight the Hamas” with all of his military might.
This is the first time that such a drastic declaration has been made in modern times.
Netanyahu made it clear that he would use every tool at his disposal to prevent Gaza from returning to Hamas control.
Israel would be prepared to attack Hamas’ infrastructure and infrastructure of terror, such as its tunnels and military installations, if necessary.
This strategy was intended to put the IDF in a position of strength.
It was also meant to prevent Hamas from gaining control over the territory and launching a ground offensive.
However, it has proven to be very dangerous and disastrous for Israel’s relations with the Palestinians.
Israel’s response to Hamas’ offensive has been to attack the Gaza Strip, rather than Hamas’ military installations and infrastructure.
On the eve of the July 1 security meeting, Israeli forces fired more than 1,200 rockets into Gaza.
These rockets have caused more than 500 deaths, wounded more than 3,000 and caused over $1 billion in damage.
The military has also been accused of targeting schools and medical facilities in the densely populated areas of Gaza.
Israel’s military also conducted air strikes in the Gaza strip.
This strikes have resulted in the deaths of more than 300 Palestinians, including nearly 100 children.
The death toll from the strikes is likely much higher.
At this time, Israel has declared a ceasefire and is negotiating with Hamas to reach an agreement that would allow the two sides to resume operations.
The Israeli military and the Palestinian Authority (PA) are currently holding meetings in the hopes of reaching an agreement.
However, this process has been beset by complications.
While the Israeli-Palestinian reconciliation talks have been in progress for nearly five years, Israel is still holding out on releasing Palestinian prisoners in exchange for prisoners it claims to be holding.
As a result, the prisoners have been kept in prison for longer than previously expected and have been subject to harsh treatment.
The PA has been in a constant state of conflict with Israel, and the PA has repeatedly failed to live up to the promise of the reconciliation talks.
On March 6, the PA declared a unilateral ceasefire with Israel.
While this unilateral ceasefire is a step in the right direction, it does not bring the PA into full control of Gaza and its people.
Hamas, the Palestinian armed wing, continues to be able to strike Israeli civilians and military targets with impunity.
The ongoing conflict has also affected the Israeli military’s ability to conduct operations in the West Bank.
The IDF has been unable to carry out its duties under the Oslo Accords, which the Palestinians signed with Israel in 1995.
Israel has been forced to operate with limited intelligence and logistical support from the US and other allies.
Despite the lack of progress, Israeli leaders have not stopped trying to convince the international community that there is a path to peace and reconciliation with the Palestinian leadership.
In February, Netanyahu said he would not let the conflict escalate and that he is committed to peace.
He also stated that Israel’s goal in the conflict is to end the occupation of the West bank and to “take back the land and the resources of the Gaza people.”
However, the Israeli leadership has been repeatedly unable to convince its international supporters to back their efforts.
It has failed to secure support from key countries in the international system, including the United States, the European Union and the United Nations.
In addition, Israeli President Reuven Rivlin has expressed frustration with his American counterpart, Joe Biden, and with other world leaders for not pushing harder to end Israel’s occupation of Palestine.
The Israeli leadership, which has been struggling to maintain a strong military presence in the occupied territories, has been relying on a military strategy that relies on brute force to achieve its goals.
But this strategy is also increasingly risky.
Israel is now faced with a difficult choice: either it chooses to continue the conflict and impose a long-term military occupation of Palestinian land or it chooses a different course and seeks to peacefully resolve the conflict through direct negotiations.
The United States is an important ally for Israel.
The US has been Israel’s most important ally in the Middle East for decades.
While Israel has historically had a strong relationship with the United Kingdom, the United State has been reluctant to provide Israel with the military assistance it needs in the wake of the Palestinian uprising in 2006.
The US and the other major European nations have repeatedly criticized Israel’s actions in Gaza.
However the US has also maintained a strong economic relationship with Israel and has maintained a strategic alliance with Israel since the Cold War.
The United States has consistently opposed Israeli policies in the