Ouachit mountains range in the northern region of the Israel-Palestine occupied Palestinian territories are a part of the Ouachtiz mountain range.
This range is also known as the “Israel-Palestinian” mountain range because it covers parts of Israel and the Gaza Strip.
But ouastit mountains are also known locally as black mountains and are found in the southern and eastern regions of the country.
These range are the highest mountains in the world, reaching heights of more than 2,500 meters (9,700 feet).
The Ouastis range is considered one of the most challenging mountains in Israel.
It is one of those areas that has the highest number of natural hazards, and therefore is a priority for the Israel Air Force.
In addition, there are many small and medium-sized natural hazards in the area, including landslides, flooding and landslides.
In some parts of the area there are also large volcanic eruptions and large avalanches.
However, these are mostly in the north, and these natural hazards are not present in the Ousit Mountains.
This is because in most parts of Palestine, these mountains are protected under the protection of the Israeli military, which uses helicopters and planes to conduct aerial surveys.
However in the ouassit mountain ranges in the Israeli-Palestinian territories, there is no such protection.
It also means that there are no natural hazards that the Israeli government can use to protect the ousit mountains.
According to the Israel Geological Survey, there were some 20 ouasit mountain glaciers in the region in 2000, with a total area of 1,500 square kilometers (365 square miles).
There are also many ouashit glaciers in other parts of Palestinian territories, but only in the Gaza strip.
In the Israeli coastal area, there was only one ouasta mountain glacier in 2000.
Ouassits range was also one of some of the top-ranked mountain ranges on the World Heritage List.
It has a total height of 3,200 meters (8,600 feet), the highest of any mountain range in Israel, according to the IUCN.
The Ousits range also has a high mountain density.
This means that the peak elevation in the mountain ranges is between 1,100 and 1,200 metres (4,200 and 5,000 feet), and there are some mountains that reach as high as 1,900 metres (6,500 feet).
This is a very high mountain, because the mountain range contains about 200 natural mountains and about 200 volcanoes, according the Israel Ministry of the Environment.
The area covered by ouasses range is larger than the areas of the Golan Heights.
Ousitts range covers the entire area of Israel, the Gaza area, the West Bank, the Jordan Valley, and the eastern Mediterranean Sea, according its description.
The ousits mountain range covers an area of about 1,700 square kilometers, and is surrounded by the Jordan River.
There are two rivers in the entire ouaspit range: the Ouma River and the Tira River.
Ouma river is a major source of drinking water in the coastal area and is also the major source for drinking water for the population of the Gaza and the Westbank.
The Tira is a freshwater lake in the eastern part of Israel.
There is also a lake that is part of Ouma Valley, which is located along the Oumim Lake, which flows into the Gaza Sea.
According the Israel Lands Authority, the water levels of the lake are about 200 meters (660 feet) below the surface, making it a significant water reservoir for the ouaits range.
However the water level of the Tashan and Tira rivers in Gaza are much higher, and in the Tushan River, the level is over 300 meters (1,100 feet).
It is also possible that the lake of the Jordan is not enough water to provide the necessary drinking water to the residents of the oucassit range.
The water quality of the water in Gaza is not very good.
According a 2006 survey conducted by the Israeli Ministry of Science and Technology, about 75 percent of the drinking water samples tested in Gaza were found to be contaminated with arsenic.
This level of contamination is higher than the levels found in some of Israel’s other water systems, including the Kibbutz HaShiloh and HaShulat water systems.
The amount of arsenic in the water of the aquifer in Gaza, as well as the amount of lead in the groundwater, is about 1.5 times higher than in Israel’s main water system.
However there is not a lot of water available to Gaza residents to drink, and water is a commodity in Gaza.
There also is no reliable water source to irrigate land or provide the irrigation needs of