Israel has a long history of hiding its true population in its territories.
But it has also been able to disguise its real ones with some clever and cleverly disguised technology.
Now, that’s changing.
The Israeli military says it has developed an ultra-high-speed camera that allows soldiers to spot and identify hundreds of thousands of Palestinians in the occupied territories.
It’s part of an ambitious strategy to bring back the Palestinians in a way that is acceptable to both Israelis and Palestinians.
But while Israel has been able for decades to use its own intelligence services to track and locate Palestinian refugees, the Israeli military has a hard time using its own military intelligence to identify Palestinians who are not in Israel.
Its spy satellites have failed to detect the Palestinians who have lived in the territories for years, said Avi Cohen, director of the Center for Arab and Islamic Studies at Bar-Ilan University in Israel, and the Israeli-Palestinian liaison office.
The government says it is trying to find a way to share information with the Palestinian community about its citizens.
But the technology has been slow to gain traction.
The military is hoping to build a network of cameras that can take images of tens of thousands at a time, Cohen said.
The cameras would be used to track hundreds of Palestinian refugees who have been living in the West Bank and East Jerusalem for years.
Cohen said the cameras would have a range of up to 100 kilometers, far beyond what the Israeli army has been using.
But it would be difficult for the Israelis to use the technology, said Cohen, because the Palestinians live in isolated areas, and Israelis can’t even go near them.
Israeli forces have tried to hide the Palestinians from the world in the past.
But the army has also used the technology in the last decade to find and identify terrorists in Israel’s jails, and to catch spies who were trying to infiltrate the country.
The army has said the technology is needed for counter-terror operations and to detect infiltrators.
But Cohen said it was only ever used in cases of high-level infiltration.
“The problem is that the Israelis have not yet gotten the technology to be effective,” he said.
“I think this is the first time the Israeli government is using this technology, and I think it is going to be very difficult for them to implement this.”
Cohen said the Israeli media, which is deeply hostile to the Palestinians, would likely be very interested in the technology.
But there are some serious obstacles to making the technology a reality.
The Israelis have been slow in making any significant progress toward implementing the technology and are still waiting for international recognition of it as a civilian-owned technology, he said, adding that the government is working on a process for granting Israel a “non-military status.”
The Palestinians have long been opposed to the Israeli plan to bring the Palestinians back.
And Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has said that Israel has the right to keep Palestinians in their occupied territories as long as they don’t harm Israel’s security.
But after decades of holding the Palestinians as prisoners, the Palestinians have grown increasingly impatient with their occupation.
The Palestinians want the West bank and East al-Quds to be returned to them, and have been calling for the return of the entire occupied Palestinian territory to them since the end of the 1948 war.
Israel says the Palestinians want to remain in their territories as part of the state, but the Palestinians see the West, East and Gaza Strip as part.
The international community has criticized Israel for what it says is its long-standing refusal to recognize the Palestinian state, and for continuing to imprison Palestinians.
The Palestinian Authority is also fighting to have the Palestinians recognized as a non-member observer state at the United Nations.
The United States, France, Britain and Germany have also called for the Palestinians to be recognized as non-recognized.
But if the Palestinians were to be allowed to return to their territories, they could become eligible to hold UN Security Council seats.
And the Palestinians would be entitled to participate in the U.N. system, the U,N.
Some countries, such as Australia, are also considering allowing the Palestinians into the U.,N.
for the first to second time since the Palestinian people were expelled from the area in 1948.