In 2005, a mysterious hotel in the desert was named in honour of Israeli Prime Minister Yitzhak Rabin.
But the hotel’s name has since been tarnished by allegations that it housed an underground tunnel network.
The hotel was reportedly used by Palestinian terrorist groups, and is still being investigated by the Israeli government.
In 2013, the hotel was featured in a documentary titled Hidden Valley.
“The hidden valley” is a term used by the United Nations to describe the region between the Israeli-Egyptian border and the Jordanian border, which lies about a kilometre from the city of Nablus.
The region was officially closed to Palestinians in 2007.
It is now home to the Israeli settlements of Ariel and Ramle, which were established in the 1970s.
Israel’s settlements in the region have been a source of conflict with the Palestinian Authority (PA), which governs the area, and Israel’s security forces.
Since Israel was founded in 1948, the Israeli occupation of the occupied territories has seen millions of Palestinians expelled and forced to flee to other parts of the world, most of whom were denied citizenship and are not allowed to return to their homes.
Israel has also used military force to forcibly return Palestinians who were not expelled from the territory, as well as many refugees who were forced to leave for Israel.
Israel imposed its strict policies on the Palestinian territories, which have led to the deaths of more than 4,000 Palestinians and more than 3,000 Israelis.
In the late 1990s, Israel launched Operation Cast Lead, a campaign of demolitions and violence that killed more than 6,000 Palestinian civilians, and injured hundreds of thousands more.
Israel says it carried out the operation to deter Palestinian attacks against Israeli targets and to protect Israeli citizens.
In October 2013, it launched Operation Protective Edge, which has left more than 2,000 dead, injured hundreds more and forced thousands of Palestinians to flee their homes in a bid to secure Israel’s future as a Jewish state.
The campaign, however, has caused a wave of Palestinian violence, which Israel says is the result of incitement and “misinformation” from the Palestinian movement.
According to the UN, the settlement of Kiryat Arba is located in a region that was illegally occupied by Israel from 1967 until the Oslo Accords of 1993.
According a 2014 report by the Israel Institute for National Security Studies, the area includes illegal Israeli settlements, the homes of several Palestinian leaders and military figures, aswell as a number of military installations.
The settlement of Ramallah, located in the occupied West Bank, was established in 1948 under the auspices of the Ottoman Empire and is the capital of the state of Israel.
According the Israel Land Authority, the site was declared a “settlement” by Israel in 1984, and since then has been a centre for illegal settlement activity.
It is not clear why the settlement was chosen for the Hidden Valley hotel, which was built in 2008 and officially opened in 2009.
“The Hidden Valley is not a luxury resort, but a legitimate tourist attraction that serves as a source for tourists to visit the region,” the hotel said in a statement.
The hotel did not respond to requests for comment.