The map below is the topography of the region.
The Israel-Palestine conflict, the largest conflict in the region, continues unabated, with Palestinians continuing to be targeted by Israeli artillery and rockets and Israeli troops continuing to attack Gaza.
The Palestinian territories are dotted with settlements, including East Jerusalem and the West Bank, which are controlled by Israel, and with the Israeli-occupied Golan Heights, which is also in the hands of the Palestinian Authority.
The border between Israel and the Palestinian territories, the Erez crossing, has also been the focus of recent violence.
The map above shows the Israeli border, which divides the region into the Green Line, the Palestinian Strip, and the Gaza Strip.
The green line is marked with red arrows and indicates that Israel controls the entire Gaza Strip and East Jerusalem.
The red arrows show the lines of control on the Israeli side of the Green and Palestinian lines.
Israeli forces also occupy the areas of eastern Gaza and the coastal strip in the south.
The Gaza Strip, along with the Westbank, is the most densely populated territory in the Middle Eastern region.
A map showing the landlocked Gaza Strip with Israel and its annexed West Bank and East Bank.
(Photo credit: @michaelsbaldwin)The map above is a representation of the land that Israel occupied in 1967, which the international community calls the “1967 Six-Day War.”
It’s also the area of the West Coast of the United States, the western border of Canada and the Pacific Ocean.
It also includes the Israeli portion of the Gaza and Israeli territory in southern Israel.
Israel’s current occupation of the Golan, in addition to its annexation of East Jerusalem, also includes control of the northern Jordan Valley, the occupied Golan and the Gush Etzion bloc, which includes the occupied areas of the Jordan Valley and the Jordan River Valley.
Israel has also built illegal settlements in the occupied West Bank.
The map below shows the locations of the Israeli settlements and settlements under construction in the West Jerusalem neighborhood of Jabel Mukaber.
The settlement of Ma’aleh Adumim, located in the western part of the Old City, is located in an area occupied by the Palestinians.
The Ma’alot outpost, which Israel built in the eastern part of Jerusalem in 1967 and annexed in 1981, is in the northernmost part of East Golan.
(Image credit: The Al Jazeera English Team)Israel’s illegal settlements have not gone unnoticed in the international arena.
The United States has been critical of Israel’s construction of illegal settlements, calling them “a flagrant violation of international law.”
In February 2016, the United Nations Security Council passed a resolution calling for an immediate halt to construction of settlements in East Jerusalem in the 1967 war.
The resolution was voted down, with a three-fifths majority, with only a few abstentions.
The Obama administration has also pushed for the removal of all Israeli settlements from the occupied territories, including the West.
The Trump administration has been more accommodating toward Israeli settlements in recent months, however, and has signaled that it intends to take a more aggressive stance on the issue.
The United States considers the illegal settlements to be illegal under international law.
However, under the Oslo Accords, Israel and Palestine signed in 1993, the Palestinians and the Israelis agreed that any settlement activity would be prohibited.
This is known as the “One-State Solution.”
The United Nations also considers Israeli settlement activity in the Occupied Palestinian Territories (OPT), which includes East Jerusalem but also the West, illegal under the Fourth Geneva Convention.
Israel and Palestinian officials have repeatedly claimed that Israel’s settlement activity is illegal under this convention.
In 2016, Israel agreed to the removal from OPT of any Israeli settlement sites in East and West Jerusalem, a decision that was not made retroactively.
Israel announced in February that it had agreed to remove from OPT any settler home or outpost built before April 4, 2000, when the Oslo accords were signed, a move that was widely condemned.
The Israeli government has repeatedly claimed it is not responsible for illegal settlements built in OPT.
In 2017, Israel declared that it has built more than 4,000 homes and 1,000 housing units in OPT since 2005.
This was despite the fact that the Israeli government says that these settlements were built illegally and are in violation of the Oslo agreements.
The UN has called on Israel to immediately end its illegal construction in OPT, but it has been unable to achieve that goal.
On February 28, the UN Security Council held a special session on settlements in OPT to discuss the situation in OPT and to seek solutions.
Israel’s ambassador to the UN, Ron Prosor, criticized the United Kingdom for “trying to make a political deal” by voting to send a UN mission to the OPT.
“We should not have a special mission to an area that has been occupied for decades,” Prosor said.
The British government has also voted against sending a UN team to the Israeli settlement