I am the daughter of a Palestinian who fled the 1948 Arab-Israeli war, fled to the West Bank, and lived in the West bank with my mother, father, and brother.
I was born there in the 1980s.
I am proud to call my country Israel, and to live there.
But in the late 1990s, the Oslo Accords, signed in 1993, were in danger of breaking apart.
The U.S. and Israel signed the Oslo accords in 1994, but the U.N. Security Council voted to withdraw the United States from the agreement.
Israel withdrew from the Oslo agreement in 1997, and the Oslo accord was dissolved.
The Israeli government declared war on the Palestinians in 2000, and began a decade of military rule.
Today, the West is home to more than 3.5 million Palestinians.
Israel is home and a state to only 1.8 million Palestinians, with a third living in the occupied West Bank and East Jerusalem.
I grew up in a state that has been defined by violence and hatred, and for which I will always be a refugee.
In my time in Israel, I have seen and heard about the suffering and the suffering of Palestinian civilians.
In 2003, I joined the Palestinian Solidarity Movement, which was formed to protest the Israeli military occupation of the West and East Bank.
In 2010, the organization was established in response to the rise of Hamas in the Gaza Strip, which gained popularity among Palestinians and the international community.
I have also been a member of the Israeli human rights organization B’Tselem, which focuses on violations of international law.
Since then, I helped create an international network to bring Palestinian rights to the international stage.
The Movement for Palestinian Rights in the Occupied Territories, or MOPRI, is a human rights group focused on the rights of Palestinians in the Israeli-occupied West Bank.
It works to defend Palestinian human rights and the rights to dignity and freedom of thought and expression, including through research, education, and advocacy.
We have been working on issues of Palestinian human dignity and human rights for more than two decades.
We have taken a critical look at the policies of Israeli authorities, particularly at the treatment of Palestinian children and adults in detention.
We’ve also fought against the occupation of Palestinian lands, the siege on Gaza, the building of illegal settlements on Palestinian land, and other discriminatory practices.
We know that the Palestinian people face a complex, complex and difficult path.
We are not the only ones who struggle with these issues.
But as we work on this work together, we can achieve peace, dignity, and freedom for the Palestinian citizens of Israel.
In addition to my work as a human-rights activist, I am also a journalist and a member, with fellow journalists from across the world, of the Palestine Human Rights Monitoring Group.
We monitor violations of the rights and freedoms of the Palestinian community in Israel and the occupied Palestinian territories.
The group also investigates abuses against Palestinian citizens in Israel.
The monitoring group provides independent, impartial, and credible data on the human rights situation in the region.
I also lead the monitoring of Palestinian prisoners in Israeli prisons.
The movement for Palestinian rights has been called the most effective civil society organization in the Middle East, and has been awarded the Order of Merit from the Middle Eastern Studies Association.
The international media are also crucial in the fight against the Israeli occupation.
The International Campaign to Abolish Israeli Settlements has documented the impact of Israeli policies on Palestinian lives and livelihoods, including demolitions, the blockade, and restrictions on movement.
We believe that international human rights organizations are critical to the fight for justice and human dignity for the Palestinians.
We also recognize the importance of local voices, especially Palestinian voices, in ensuring that Palestinian rights are respected.
We support the Palestinian rights movement in the U and the U States.
The most important role of international organizations is to help bring about the realization of the peace and stability that Israel wants for its people.
They help to create a just and secure world, to protect human rights, and help the Palestinian cause.
The organization is also a powerful tool for achieving Palestinian justice.
I applaud its efforts to help prosecute the perpetrators of Israel’s illegal occupation and violations of Palestinian rights.
In 2011, we prosecuted the killers of three Palestinian children, and this year, we are also pursuing the case of the brutal killing of three Israeli soldiers.
I look forward to seeing the progress of our investigation in the coming weeks and months.
The Palestinian people are proud of their achievements.
I know that this achievement will help the Palestinians to build a better future for their children and grandchildren.