The future of the Jewish and Arab citizens of Jerusalem, which is occupied by Israel, is being closely monitored and decided by the new administration of Israeli President Reuven Rivlin, who has vowed to keep the peace, according to the Jerusalem Post.
Rivlin’s government has been seeking to end the conflict between Israel and the Palestinians and, while the government has not officially announced a final decision on the matter, the Israeli media has reported that the next government will not have the ability to remove the Palestinian territories from the territory.
While the current government does not want to annex the West Bank, it does not intend to leave the Palestinian areas of East Jerusalem as a future state, the Post reported.
“The future of Jerusalem is not up to the government, and the decision of the next administration is the responsibility of the incoming government, which will be determined on its own,” a senior official in the new government, who requested anonymity, told the Post.
“I do not think the Palestinians want to give up Jerusalem.
We are not a party to the conflict, and we are not seeking to change the status quo.
This is not about the status of the West bank, but the future of East Judea and Samaria, which has been occupied since 1967.
We must make sure that this issue is resolved in the best interests of the citizens of East and West Jerusalem, and this decision will not change our position,” he said.”
We do not have a political goal in mind here.
We simply want to maintain the peace in Jerusalem and the rest of the region.
We have been in negotiations with the Palestinians for years and months, and that has been the reason why the Palestinians have never been satisfied with the current status quo.”
The current Israeli government has taken a different approach, which includes making it clear that Jerusalem is a sovereign and sovereign capital of Israel.
“Jerusalem is the capital of the State of Israel, and Jerusalem will remain a city under Israeli sovereignty for as long as the Israelis live in the West Jerusalem areas,” the Jerusalem Municipality said in a statement.
The move is in contrast to previous Israeli governments that have said that the capital is part of the territory, and they have said the Palestinian city of Ramallah should be returned to the Palestinian people.
The announcement by the Palestinian government on Monday came after the United Nations called on the Israeli government to end its blockade of the Palestinian territory.
Israeli Foreign Minister Avigdor Liberman, who is a member of the governing coalition, said on Monday that the blockade has “destroyed the lives of Palestinians in the Occupied Palestinian Territories, and it’s not going to end.
They have no right to exist in the territory,” the Post quoted him as saying.”
It’s a question of whether or not the Palestinian leadership wants to accept this status quo,” Liberman said.
The new Israeli government, meanwhile, has vowed that the new coalition government will “take a responsible approach to resolving the status issue in the Palestinian Territories” and that the Palestinians will not be left out.
Liberman’s remarks come a day after he said that he believes the Palestinians are “in the process of achieving their dream of sovereignty” in the occupied West Bank and East Jerusalem, as he met with Israeli and Palestinian officials.
“When you ask me, ‘How do you feel about Jerusalem?’
I think it’s a dream, and I think the dream will continue,” Libermans spokesman told Israel Radio.
“There’s a lot of work to be done, and in order to do it the right way, we need to work together.”
Liberman met with Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas on Monday, and said he is open to discussing a future Palestinian state in East Jerusalem.
The latest government announcement comes amid mounting tension between the two countries, which have become embroiled in a dispute over the status and ownership of Jerusalem and have been at odds over the continued expansion of Israeli settlements on the Palestinian side of the border.
Abbas, who visited Israel in December to visit the Yad Vashem Holocaust memorial, is currently in the process on relocating the Israeli settlements that are there, and he is expected to announce a new plan to move them back to the West.
On Tuesday, Abbas will attend a major ceremony at the Western Wall, which the Israeli authorities claim is an ancient Jewish site.
A senior official told the Israel Radio that Abbas has made it clear he will not accept the status as Israeli and has “no desire to change” the status, but he is committed to working towards a solution to the issue.
The current Palestinian Authority, led by Abbas, has been under intense international pressure for months over the issue of Jerusalem’s status and has refused to recognize Israel’s sovereignty over the city.
Israel is currently the sole Palestinian state, but it has expanded settlements in the city and continues to build illegal Israeli settlements.
A recent UN report said the Israeli occupation of East Palestine has killed more than 9,000 Palestinians, displacing more than half of them, since the