As it does with many things, the Middle East has its origins in the colonial period.
That is why, despite the fact that Israel has the world’s second-largest Jewish population after the United States, the Jewish state has no official ties to the region.
However, there are a number of colonial pizzas, particularly in Israel, that are made from local ingredients and can be enjoyed by any Middle Eastern or African Jew.
There are also more than 100 varieties of Palestinian-style pizza.
“It’s a lot of history in this country and the Jewish community here,” says Shai Dror, who heads the Palestinian Jewish Community in Israel.
“There are so many different pizzas from Palestine and the whole region.
Some are not very good.
Some people eat them as a side.
We are trying to promote the pizza as a cultural, national dish.”
There are more than two dozen varieties of the pizza in Israel including the traditional version and a “crispy” version, which has a crust that resembles a doughnut.
The crust is made from olive oil, but the toppings are mostly flour, sugar and salt.
A Palestinian-made version is called a “kosher pizza.”
The Palestinian Jewish community in Israel has a national identity.
A person who is born in the Jewish quarter of Jerusalem can be called a kiddush or a shomer.
It’s part of the identity of the Palestinians and their culture.
This is one of the reasons that the “Palestinian-style” pizza is so popular in Israel: The toppings, which are made of flour, are mostly sugar and flour, as well as salt and olive oil.
It is also made from the same ingredients that make bread in the West Bank.
But while the Jewish-only Palestinians of Jerusalem enjoy the pizza, the rest of the Palestinian diaspora have no choice but to enjoy it.
Many people in the Arab world eat Palestinian-inspired foods, but for the Palestinians, it is a food that represents their cultural identity and a way of life.
“When you eat a Palestinian-y pizzas you have to accept that they are made in the territory of the state of Palestine,” Dror said.
“I believe that they represent our identity and our religion.”
While the Palestinian-only Palestinian population in Israel is enjoying the pizza they know they are part of a small minority in the region, Dror believes that they should not be excluded from the culture and the nation.
“The Palestinians are part, if not the only people, in the world, and we have to be part of this,” he said.
Palestinian-Jewish relations The relationship between the Palestinian community in the Gaza Strip and the Israeli Jewish community is also unique.
The two communities share a common identity and many are united by the Palestinian struggle for Palestinian rights.
For many years, the Israeli government and the Palestinian Authority were unable to negotiate a peace deal with Hamas and the PA.
The Israeli-Palestinian conflict has become one of regional and international concern.
The Hamas movement in Gaza has become more violent and more committed to the destruction of Israel.
The Palestinian Authority in the Palestinian territories also faces growing challenges as it tries to govern the territory.
For the Palestinians in the Israeli-occupied West Bank, their relationship with the Jewish majority is a matter of pride.
It has long been considered an integral part of their identity and the country’s history.
The Jewish majority in Israel have traditionally held strong ties to their Jewish homeland.
In recent years, this relationship has begun to fray, however, as the Palestinian communities in the occupied territories, including the Gaza strip, have come under increased pressure from the PA and Hamas.
The growing tension in the areas has led to a new wave of violence, which began last year.
On March 13, the head of the Israeli army, Lieutenant-General Yoav Mordechai, ordered the closure of the crossings between the Gaza and Israeli territories.
Israel and the Palestinians were already locked in a war of words, with Israel accusing the Palestinian government of being behind the suicide bombings in Israel that killed eight people and wounded at least 45.
Since then, the PA has blamed Hamas for the attacks, which killed four Israelis and injured more than 120.
“Hamas wants to divide the Jewish people, so it has been trying to divide our people,” said Majd Mashaal, a senior official of the Hamas-controlled Palestinian Authority.
“They say they are the victims of terrorism and want to harm the Palestinian people.”
The attacks have become more frequent in recent years and there have been a number more attacks, including a series of deadly car bombings that left at least 29 dead.
The PA has been accused of having ties to terrorist groups such as Hamas and Hezbollah, as has been the case for years.
“We know that the PA supports terrorists.
We know that they support attacks,” said Dror.
“If they can get the attention of the international community and the United Nations and all the world for this, then it will be