When you visit Israel, you get a free pass to visit the West bank and East Jerusalem.
You can visit Israel’s holy sites and even go to some of the country’s most iconic attractions.
But the country also allows a limited number of visitors to travel to Gaza and the Gaza Strip, which is under Israeli military control.
Here’s how to visit both areas.
Jerusalem Jerusalem is one of the most famous sights in Israel.
It’s home to the Al-Aqsa Mosque, Temple Mount, the Western Wall and other holy sites.
Gaza Gaza is a Palestinian enclave that has been under Israeli occupation since 1967.
Gaza Strip The Gaza Strip is home to some 6.6 million people.
It is part of the Westbank, which Israel seized in the 1967 Six Day War and annexed in 1979.
The West Bank The West Wall is a 1.5-mile (2.3-kilometer) Jewish monument in Jerusalem that has stood since 1967 and is considered sacred by Jews worldwide.
The Palestinian Authority (PA) governs Gaza.
Gaza is home of the U.N. headquarters, where many Palestinians are imprisoned, and has been the site of frequent attacks by Israel and its proxies.
The U.S. has blocked U.n. officials from entering Gaza, citing a long history of Israeli incitement against the Palestinian people.
Israel has responded by banning the U .n. and other U.s. delegations from entering the Gaza strip.
Jerusalem, Israel’s Old City, is the capital of Israel.
The Western Wall is located on the eastern side of the city.
Jerusalem’s Old and Western Wall are considered holy sites by Jews around the world, and the Israeli government has used them as a symbol of the Jewish state.
Gaza Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas, center, talks with visiting President Shimon Peres in Gaza City, March 17, 2017.
Gaza has been an Israeli military zone for decades, and most Palestinians in the territory have been forced to leave their homes in order to avoid violence.
Israel maintains a total of 4 million residents in the Gaza area.
In 2016, the Israeli military carried out a wave of demolitions and other restrictions in Gaza, killing hundreds of Palestinians and destroying many homes.
Gaza residents have long complained of Israeli restrictions and violations.
But Israel has largely failed to rein in the violence.
A 2015 report by Amnesty International and other rights groups documented a pattern of Israeli policies and practices that violate international humanitarian law and human rights, including restrictions on the movement of civilians and targeting civilians, as well as systematic use of collective punishment and collective punishment of the civilian population, including children.
Gaza remains under a partial and permanent U. n. blockade, which blocks aid, services and the importation of goods.
The PA has blocked the lifting of the blockade, citing security concerns.
Gaza’s main ports are run by Israel, which maintains a blockade on Gaza.
The United Nations estimates that $1.4 billion in food and other goods have been imported into Gaza each year since 2008.
Palestinians also rely on international aid, which comes from the U and other countries.
The majority of the population relies on food assistance from the United Nations and other donors.
The main aid agency in Gaza is the U-Haul, which operates out of a Gaza airport and supplies food, water, clothing and other humanitarian goods to the Gaza residents.
Gaza, Israel and Egypt Israel’s government and the PA maintain a strong relationship, but the relationship is strained due to the Palestinian Authority’s blockade of Gaza and Israeli restrictions on Palestinian movement in the West Banks.
Israel, however, does not recognize Hamas and other Palestinian factions as legitimate.
Israel and Hamas are considered terrorist organizations by the United States, the European Union and the United Kingdom.
Hamas, which controls Gaza, was founded in the aftermath of the 1967 Arab-Israeli war, when Israel was fighting against Egypt and Syria.
It has since become a powerful militant group, but has been fighting against Israeli forces for nearly four decades.
Gaza and Israel Hamas and Israel’s military launched an open-ended military offensive against the Gaza-based group in 2006 and 2007, after Israel’s 2007 invasion of Gaza.
Israeli forces used tanks, artillery and other weapons to try to dislodge Hamas from the territory, which was then under the control of the Palestinian Liberation Organization (PLO).
The U .
n. has designated the Palestinian leadership responsible for the fighting as a terror organization, along with the Hamas leadership, and Hamas is designated a terrorist organization by Israel.
Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Arafat, center right, talks to visiting Palestinian Authority Chairman Mahmoud Abbas in Gaza city, March 15, 2017, on the sidelines of the United Arab Emirates Arab League summit.
Gaza was declared a “no-go” area by Israel in 1994, following Hamas’ takeover of Gaza in 2006.
The Israeli government continued to control the Strip until 2014, when the Palestinian and UN delegations reached an agreement in Cairo