How to navigate traffic in the West Bank without a permit

The first part of this article will explain the process of getting a permit to drive in the occupied West Bank and Gaza Strip, which are under Israeli military control.

The second part will give you an idea of how to get one if you’re in need.

The first thing you need to know is that the West bank is under Israeli control and that there are no checkpoints along the way.

There are two types of permits: ones issued by the Israeli military, and ones issued for civilian purposes.

There is a permit for driving on the highway in the Jordan Valley (the main road leading from Ramallah to Bethlehem), and one for driving through the Jordan River.

There’s also a permit issued by Israel for pedestrians in the Negev desert (the area that stretches from Jerusalem to the northern Negeva).

It’s worth noting that the military has the right to issue permits to people on both the military and civilian side of the border, and to make the border open.

The Israeli army also has permission to stop traffic and search vehicles.

The West Bank, however, is controlled by the Palestinian Authority (PA), a non-governmental organization.

The PA is under direct Israeli control, and there are restrictions on how much the Westbank can be opened.

Israel’s decision to grant Palestinians in the territory the right of access to the West Wall, where the Dome of the Rock is built, has been criticized by both Israelis and Palestinians alike.

This has led to a heated debate, with both sides expressing their concerns.

What’s the difference between a permit and a permit?

A permit is the right for an individual to travel without a security check, which is typically the same as a permit on the military side of an open highway.

A permit on either side of a highway, however can be revoked, in effect making it impossible to drive on it.

There also are restrictions, which include, for instance, a prohibition on the driving of vehicles that are built without a license and the driving on a designated “road block,” which means a road designated for military use only.

The border with the West Banks The West bank has a border with Israel.

The crossing point for the Israeli side is Hebron.

From there, the road heading toward the West is known as the “Temple Mount.”

This road is open only to Israel’s army, and its roads and highways are strictly controlled by Israeli authorities.

Israel does not allow Palestinians on either the Israeli or Palestinian sides of the wall to drive through the Temple Mount.

The only exception to this is if they are accompanying the Israeli army or its members on a tour of the Temple.

This road, known as “Tempehol,” was opened in 2016.

Israeli authorities have made a number of changes to the road in recent years.

In 2016, the Israeli government announced that the road will no longer be open to Palestinian vehicular traffic, which has been a frequent sight on the road.

The road will instead be open only for Israeli soldiers, and will not be used by Palestinians, according to Israel.

However, it will still be open for Palestinian civilians to drive the way they see fit.

It is unclear if any changes have been made to the main road to the Temple, which leads to the Dome.

According to a statement issued by Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas in March 2017, the PA has not made any changes to this road.

What about the Palestinians?

The Palestinians are not allowed to drive around the West.

This is because of their status as refugees in the Israeli-occupied territories.

The Palestinians in Area C (also known as East Jerusalem) are currently under Israeli security and control, which makes it difficult for them to drive.

They are also unable to move about freely.

This, combined with the fact that they are denied the right-of-return for their homes and other properties, makes it nearly impossible for them move around freely.

If they are forced to leave the area, they will need to take a permit.

As of December 2018, there are nearly 4,000 Palestinians living in Area B, which comprises the West Jerusalem area and parts of the East Jerusalem.

This means that it is almost impossible for Palestinians in this area to drive freely.

The reason is that, due to the Israeli blockade, the Palestinians are prevented from accessing all the main roads leading to the capital, which also is not accessible to them.

In addition, Palestinians in West Jerusalem are not permitted to visit the Al-Aqsa Mosque compound.

If this were to change, the situation would improve significantly, but it is not yet possible to get a permit in the Area C area, which includes the Old City, which Israel annexed in 1967.

This makes it even more difficult for Palestinians to get around.

In 2018, the Palestinian Legislative Council approved a new policy that allows Palestinians to drive without a “roadblock” or “road barrier,” which is the Israeli term for a road that has been opened to the public.

The new policy allows Palestinian drivers to cross