Why are Israelis so obsessed with Operation Cinder?

It’s hard to believe that in the year 2017, Israel is facing the first major military operation in the country’s history.

But that’s exactly what Operation Cender is.

On June 30, 2017, a series of air strikes on Gaza targeted Hamas’s military and civilian infrastructure.

This was the first time Israel launched a military operation targeting civilian infrastructure in Gaza since 2014.

Since then, Hamas has used the air strikes as a pretext to launch multiple attacks on Israel, and the number of rockets fired from Gaza is increasing.

Since 2014, the IDF has also launched hundreds of airstrikes on Gaza, killing more than 2,200 Palestinians.

These attacks have resulted in thousands of Palestinians being killed.

It was in response to these attacks that Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu announced Operation Cifer in December 2017, which aimed to “neutralize Hamas” and to secure the release of several Israeli soldiers captured in the Gaza Strip.

However, Israel also launched several strikes in the summer of 2018, killing hundreds of people in Gaza and causing massive damage.

According to the Palestinian Center for Human Rights, over 700 people were killed by Israeli airstrikes in the first six months of the year alone, including over 100 civilians.

Israel also targeted homes in Khan Younis, a neighborhood in southern Gaza, as well as a Palestinian school, as part of Operation Cower, a campaign of airstrikes that began in early July.

This campaign was launched to punish the Palestinian leadership for holding talks with Israel on the release and return of a group of prisoners from Israeli jails.

In the end, this campaign was unsuccessful in reaching the release.

In a similar way, Operation Cider was also a response to the escalation of violence between Israel and the Palestinians.

This is the first military operation since 2014 that targeted civilians in Gaza.

This time, however, the targets were the infrastructure of Gaza, which had been built with the assistance of international donors and international agencies, as Israel was able to seize the infrastructure without resistance.

The operation’s impact on the economy and the economy of the Gaza strip has been devastating.

According for the Israeli authorities, Operation Citadel was a huge success, as the economy in the strip was saved from a 50% to 70% loss.

The Israeli authorities also claimed that this operation, combined with other actions like the Israeli bombing of Gaza’s water supply in September 2018, led to the development of Gaza as a major economy.

According in the Israeli government, the economic gains were the result of a significant decrease in the unemployment rate, the creation of over 7,000 jobs, as a result of the economic boom and a reduction in the population of Gazans from 2.3 million in 2014 to just under 1.6 million in 2019.

However the economic situation of Gaza was not a one-time event, as in 2017 and 2018, Israel was facing the same economic crisis and the same number of fatalities in Gaza were occurring.

The economy in Gaza is not the only economic failure in the Strip.

The Palestinian Authority’s Ministry of Economy and Trade also said in October 2017 that Gaza’s GDP declined by 50% in the six months prior to Operation Citadel, compared to the same period in 2018.

In 2018, the PA had declared the territory an open-ended state and started to transfer control of its financial institutions, including the international bank accounts, to the Hamas government in the hope of creating a financial system in Gaza, while Israel continues to confiscate funds from the PA.

In addition to the economic issues, Israel’s military operations have also been a major factor in exacerbating the humanitarian crisis in the West Bank.

On March 27, 2018, Israeli forces demolished the homes of Palestinians who had sought refuge from Israeli occupation in the Jordan Valley.

According the United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs, this was the most violent demolition of homes in the region in decades.

In 2017, the Israeli military also demolished homes and structures in the Nablus area, and in 2018, it demolished the houses of families of Palestinians killed in the 2014 conflict.

This resulted in a total of 2,923 homes destroyed in the 2017 and 6,000 homes destroyed last year.

The destruction of Palestinian homes in Israeli-occupied areas has become a major problem for the international community.

Israel’s continued occupation of the West’s Palestinian territory has contributed to the deterioration of the conditions in the Palestinian refugee camp of Jenin.

Since 2000, the number in the camp has increased by 50%.

According to UN figures, the camp currently houses more than 5,000 Palestinians, of whom over 500 are children.

According To the United Nation, over 3,000 Palestinian children have been internally displaced by the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, and they are now living in a makeshift refugee camp.

According with this situation, the international donor community, as one of the main players in the negotiations on a Palestinian state in the Occupied Territories, is not doing enough to address the worsening situation in the occupied Palestinian territory.

Despite the international humanitarian and political aid provided to the Palestinians by