As the Israeli military continues to advance its efforts to wrest control of the Palestinian territories, the city of Jerusalem is one of the most popular destinations for Israelis.
With its ancient temples, historic streets, and historic sites, Jerusalem is a perfect destination for tourists.
But the city also has a reputation as a notorious city for the “anti-Semitic” phenomenon.
And despite the fact that it is not considered to be a “Jewish city,” the city is often targeted by anti-Israel activists.
Here are some of the top anti-Semitic places to go in Israel and the countries where they are located: Beit Hanoun, Gaza Strip The area around the northern Gaza Strip, where Hamas militants operate, is often the scene of attacks by the group.
In 2016, four people were killed and five others were wounded when gunmen opened fire on them.
In October, another 16 people were wounded by rockets fired from the Gaza Strip.
Beit Hamayim, Gaza City The Beit Gaza Strip is a Palestinian city in the West Bank, east of Jerusalem.
Bei Gaza, the name of the Gaza city, is derived from the Arabic word for “green,” meaning “to grow.”
Beit HaShem, the area of East Jerusalem, which has been the site of the second intifada, is also the site where the Israeli settlers’ main headquarters are located.
In addition to this, Beit Hevron, also known as The Green Wall, is a major Palestinian holy site that is believed to contain the last remaining Jewish temple.
Beitar Illit, Jerusalem The main entrance to the Old City, which is one half of the Old Temple, is known as the “Gate of the Temple.”
On October 11, 2016, Israeli soldiers opened fire during clashes with Palestinian demonstrators in Jerusalem, killing a number of protesters.
A week later, the Israeli authorities demolished the Jewish quarter of the city’s Old City and its nearby Jewish neighborhoods.
In the past year, several Palestinian attacks were reported in the city, including a stabbing attack on a young Israeli couple, an attempt to kill a Muslim woman, and an attack on the Jewish Quarter.
The Palestinian Authority, which governs the city with an administrative unit known as al-Nabi Saleh, does not allow Jews or Muslims to visit the Old Jerusalem.
Jerusalem’s largest mosque, the Al-Aqsa Mosque, is the third-largest mosque in the entire world.
Located in the Old Quarter, the mosque is the second-most visited site in the Jewish city.
The Muslim Quarter, which encompasses the Old Town, the Western Wall, and the Dome of the Rock, is home to the Al Aqsa mosque.
In a statement, the Palestinian Authority said it is “deeply shocked” by the “unacceptable and violent acts” that took place at the mosque.
Beersheba, Israel The Palestinian village of Beersherba, on the border with Israel, has a population of roughly 8,000 people.
In December 2016, two Palestinian teenagers were stabbed to death outside the village’s main synagogue.
In 2017, Israeli police shot and killed a Palestinian man who stabbed a Jewish teen to death.
The attack took place in Beershelba.
The Israeli military has said it would prosecute those responsible for the killing.
A woman who answered the phone at the village mosque where the stabbing took place said she was unable to comment.
However, in a statement released on October 5, the head of the Israeli Jewish community, Ayelet Shaked, said that “there are no words that can express the grief and pain” that Beershea residents feel.
In September, an Israeli court convicted five Palestinians for the stabbing of a Jewish man in Beisheba.
In August, an arson attack at a mosque in Beit Shemesh, in the northern part of the West Banks, left a Palestinian and a Jordanian dead.
A few days later, Israeli security forces raided the home of a Palestinian who was arrested during the raid.
On September 25, Israeli forces arrested a man who allegedly attacked Israeli security officers during the same raid.
The police were also investigating whether a knife was used during the stabbing, as well as the alleged attack on security officers.
Bezeq, Israel A Palestinian village in the occupied West Bank which is home the settlement of Bezequia, has been targeted by the Israeli army in recent years.
On November 10, 2016 the Israeli police arrested a Palestinian woman for allegedly throwing a Molotov cocktail that damaged a police car in the village of Qabatiya.
A short time later, a Palestinian youth was injured by a knife-wielding Israeli settler in Qabatia.
In January, Israeli authorities arrested a woman and her husband for allegedly attacking two Israeli security personnel in Bezeque.
A video of the attack was released to the media.
On October 9, 2016 in Bequia a Palestinian protester was injured when Israeli soldiers fired rubber bullets at a demonstration in