Posted October 05, 2018 06:04:13Zions National Parks have been the scene of much of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict since the 1967 war.
From a park-like open space, to the largest national park in the world, to a sprawling complex of national parks, Israel’s borders are the most militarized in the Middle East.
But it’s also a place where a growing number of Americans are coming to learn about the Israeli experience and share their own stories.
This week, in Israel’s National Friendship Day, the park is taking on the fight for Palestinian rights.
The theme of the day is “Zion and its People,” and as the New York City-based group Palestine Solidarity Campaign put it, “It is time to take on Israel, its military occupation, and its criminal occupation.”
The event, which takes place on September 24, will focus on the ongoing Palestinian refugee crisis and the Israeli occupation of the West Bank.
It will also feature speeches from leaders from the United States, the European Union, and the United Nations.
“Zions’ National Park is a prime example of what a real partnership means,” Palestine Solidarists wrote in a press release.
“It’s not just a park for Israelis, but a park that welcomes everyone.”
Zions national park is one of the world’s most iconic parks, and it’s the only national park that celebrates the Jewish holiday of Purim.
It is also a park where many of the park’s visitors are Israeli, and some are from nearby towns.
A majority of the population lives in the city of Ramallah, with many more from nearby settlements.
In the 1960s, the city’s population was about one-quarter Jewish, and in the 1970s, it was around 70 percent Jewish.
Today, the number of Palestinians living in the West Wall is about one out of every seven Israelis.
The park was built during the 1948 war, and Israel has maintained it since the 1970’s.
The park’s boundaries are set in the Negev Desert, and there are only a few small settlements in the area.
The Israeli military built a fence around the park in 2003, after a long campaign of nonviolent protests.
Zions is home to a number of famous landmarks, including the Western Wall, the Temple Mount, the Western Gate, and Mount Scopus.
The city has been under siege for decades.
Since the 1990s, Israel has conducted several large-scale military operations, including Operation Protective Edge, Operation Cast Lead, Operation Protective Hood, and Operation Pillar of Defense.
Israel has also occupied and annexed large swathes of the occupied West Bank, including East Jerusalem.
In 2016, Israeli forces occupied a number other areas in the occupied territories.
Zion is also home to the National Park Service, and is known for its conservation programs and for its preservation of historic sites and natural resources.
Its motto is “Protecting the Heritage of the Land, the People, and Nature.”