An Israeli company has developed a new digital digital camera that can replace the expensive and time-consuming traditional digital cameras used by Palestinians and Israeli soldiers.
The digital camera called the Digital Cameras is designed for use by the Palestinian Authority, which runs the West Bank and the Gaza Strip.
The camera is being developed by an Israeli company called Digital Cameros, which was founded by a young Israeli woman, Sara M. Geva, who graduated from the Hebrew University of Jerusalem with a degree in communications and digital technology.
The Digital Camera is a single-lens digital camera capable of capturing images of up to five meters.
The cameras are mounted on a tripod and have a lens with a magnification of 100 times.
A sensor can be attached to the camera and a battery can be used to recharge the camera.
The camera has been tested on several different Palestinian villages in the West of the West bank and Gaza Strip, and has been accepted by a few local police departments, according to Geva.
The Digital Camerah is a partnership between the Digital Camera Works, an Israeli technology company that specializes in cameras, and the Palestinian police.
Geva has been awarded an $800,000 Israel Science and Technology Authority grant for the project, and is currently completing the development of the camera’s software and software components.
The digital camera is designed to be mounted on an iPhone 5, which is currently in production in Israel.
“The idea is to allow Palestinians to get back to the land of their ancestors and to restore the lost glory of their history,” Geva said in an interview with The Jerusalem Times.
“It’s a gift to the Palestinians and the people of Palestine, who are suffering under Israeli occupation,” she added.
“They want to get rid of the occupation, to give their history back.”
Geva, 25, grew up in the Gaza City, which the Israeli army has occupied since 1967, and went to university in Jerusalem.
Since she graduated, she has been pursuing a degree as a communications and media studies student.
Geda hopes the Digital Cama can help her to revive her Palestinian heritage.
She said she was inspired by the work of the Arab artists, such as Muhammad Abu Jaffar, who designed a large digital camera in the 1990s.
“I realized that if I wanted to create the image that is the image of the Palestinians in Gaza, I needed a camera, because the Palestinian cameras were not as good,” she said.
Gera’s Digital Cameraworld program is funded by a $150,000 grant from the Israel Science Foundation, and another $20,000 by the Israel Technology and Innovation Ministry.
It is being run by Digital Camerahs’ chief technology officer, Orit Eitan, who is also the CEO of Digital Camero.
The organization also received funding from the Israeli Foreign Ministry, which has committed to investing $250,000 in the project over the next two years.
The Palestinian Authority (PA) is under the control of the Islamist Hamas-controlled government in Gaza and the West, and its forces are responsible for much of the Palestinian territory’s violence.
In Gaza, PA forces and their allies routinely attack Israeli civilians, sometimes without warning.
In the West Ramallah, a West Bank city, Israeli forces regularly fire at Palestinian homes, and Israeli-run Israeli schools have been targeted by Palestinian terrorists.
The Palestinians claim the PA is responsible for hundreds of attacks on Israelis, mostly in the past two decades.
Israeli military officials have said the PA’s rockets have been directed at civilians.