I’m a chess player.
I love the game and it is the most interesting and important thing in the world to me.
However, I am boycotting it because of Israel’s occupation of Palestine.
The Palestinians are not entitled to the land and it does not belong to them, nor does the Israeli government.
For more than a decade, I’ve been a chess prodigy in Israel, a country which is not only one of the top chess nations in the region but also a leader in the field of chess.
But in recent years, Israel has become a hub of terrorism, especially when it comes to the Gaza Strip, which is where I’m from.
In the last few years, the Israeli military has waged an offensive on Gaza.
The Israeli government claims that it has killed more than 2,100 Palestinians since the start of the conflict, with over half of them civilians.
I know many of them.
I understand the anger and frustration that they feel, but I also know that there is a lot of truth to it.
There are no Palestinian citizens of Israel who have won a major international tournament or been invited to play for Israel.
As a young man, I was proud of the way I had played in the Israeli tournament, and I never wanted to disappoint the people of Israel by not participating in it.
But since the Israeli occupation of the Gaza strip began, I have been able to play only online and in private.
I don’t want to play on the same floor as people who are guilty of such atrocities.
The world knows how I feel and I know that I am not alone in my sentiments.
I think boycotting Israeli chess will help to bring a positive light on this issue.
Israel’s occupation is not the only problem in the chess world, either.
It is also the case that chess is one of my favourite pastimes.
When I was a kid, I used to be able to spend hours in the library or studying in the backyard.
However, when I started to play online, I found it very difficult.
I’m not sure if I have ever experienced the kind of frustration that some people feel in chess, especially those who feel that chess has lost its meaning for them.
The Israelis have always said that chess was a pastime of the past.
The Palestinian players, however, believe that chess still has meaning.
They also believe that it is important to play chess for the sake of a greater good.
A Palestinian chess player plays a game against a Turkish player in Tel Aviv.
source The Israel Chess Federation is an international chess federation based in Israel.
It has a board in Jerusalem, but is based in Ramallah, the Palestinian capital.
It started out as a chess club for Israelis but today it also plays games in Tel, Amman and Jerusalem.
Its members play on two separate chess boards in Tel.
In Israel, it is difficult to play games on the ground.
You need a permit from the Israeli Ministry of Defense and you must pay a fee to play in Tel-Amman.
The cost of playing on the Israeli chess board varies from about 10,000 to 50,000 shekels ($15-30), depending on how many people you are playing against.
There are several different ways to play.
One way is to bring chess equipment into the Israeli board and play with it.
That can be very difficult, and there are many regulations on how the equipment is used and which pieces are allowed on board.
There are also different regulations about who is allowed on the board and what is allowed.
It’s very expensive, and even when you bring in your own equipment, it can be expensive to get it back.
If you’re playing on Israeli chess boards, you can also play online.
If you’re an international player, you must register with Israel Chess Association to play at the board.
It is very difficult to compete in online chess tournaments in Israel because it’s very difficult for chess players to meet people on the Internet and interact with each other.
Some Israelis, including myself, think that chess should be a game of individual skill.
It seems that the Israelis are always focused on making money, which they can do through gambling.
However in my opinion, chess has more than anything to do with the dignity of a nation.
I believe that Israel’s government is always trying to make the Israeli community look bad, but in the end, it’s a way to justify the occupation.
It serves the Israeli ruling elite.
According to the Israeli Chess Federation, in 2011 there were about 9,500 registered Israeli players.
But the number of players has been shrinking over the years.
The number of registered Israeli chess players has fallen from 4,000 in 2012 to 1,500 last year.
I feel that the Israel Chess League, a non-profit that has been working on improving chess education in Israel since 2008, has a major role to play here.
Every year, the Israel chess league has