When it comes to the cost of living, the Palestinian territories are the ones suffering

The cost of housing in the West Bank and Gaza Strip rose in May and June, with the Palestinian Authority (PA) estimating the cost at 4.1% of monthly income.

That means a family of four would need to spend more than $50,000 to buy the same house in the occupied West Bank or Gaza Strip.

In the West Jerusalem neighborhoods of Ramallah and Bethlehem, the average monthly rent is around $600.

In Bethlehem, it’s $700.

Ramallah’s daily rate is nearly half of the average rent in the city.

In Gaza City, it rises to 8.4%.

Ramallah has one of the highest housing prices in the country, with an average of $3,700 a month, according to the Palestinian Center for Human Rights.

The average monthly income in Ramallah is about $50.

In Ramallah, the city has more than 7,000 households.

But it is still poorer than the average Palestinian household.

Ramlah residents have been hit hard by the Palestinian-Israeli conflict, which has killed more than 2,200 Palestinians since 1967, according a report by the Israeli daily Haaretz.

The conflict has driven the number of families living in refugee camps to double in the past five years, according the report.

According to the report, the Palestinians living in Gaza City have seen their monthly salaries rise by 1.2% in May, and their monthly housing costs by 1%.

In the Ramallah area, however, the increase in the number families has been only 0.2%.

In Ramlah, Ramallah residents’ monthly salary increased by 0.8% in the first half of this year.

In Hebron, the rate of increase in wages was just 0.5%.

Hebron’s housing prices rose by 2.5% in 2017, according an Israeli government study.

The city’s population, according it’s Palestinian governor, Nabil Abu Rudeineh, has risen by 9% over the past year, according Israeli government statistics.

The price of land has increased by 3.5%, according to Israeli authorities, and the cost per square meter has increased.

In some areas, prices for land have increased by 30%, the Israeli government said.

According the Israeli statistics, Palestinian households are paying an average monthly salary of about $1,400.

In other parts of the West, the cost has risen faster, by a staggering 24% in Hebron and 24% of the city of Ramlah.

In both places, the monthly rent for a typical home has risen from $1.40 to $2,100.

But Ramallah doesn’t have a single affordable apartment.

The majority of the Palestinian neighborhoods are under construction.

Ramla has been built only in the last few years, and has been under construction since the early 2000s.

The West Bank city is also home to hundreds of Palestinian refugees, including many families with young children.

The Palestinian Center estimates that there are more than 1,500 Palestinians living here.

The government is pushing ahead with plans to build more housing for the refugees in the next few years.

The Ramla city government has estimated that it will build over 200 new housing units in the coming years, the majority of which will be located in Ramla’s central neighborhood, Al-Buraq.

The housing projects are part of a $3 billion project that the city government hopes will be completed in 2021.

In order to build the housing, the government plans to sell off the property that already sits in the neighborhood, which will become part of the central Ramla district.

The land sale, which is scheduled to begin in 2019, will sell off around 80 percent of the surrounding Palestinian-owned land.

It is hoped that the land will be sold off in a manner that will allow for a return to the original land, but the process is not yet complete.

The Palestinians living on the land are also planning to take back their properties, which are currently being used as parking lots and parking spaces for the Ramla Metro, the public transportation system.

The development will also include a new Palestinian-designed residential building for the city’s Jewish community.

The planned development in Ramlah will also create approximately 1,000 new jobs, according its plans.

But the city is struggling with the massive amount of construction that the Palestinian project is expected to create.

A large part of Ramla, which borders the occupied Golan Heights, is already being built.

Most of the housing in Ramala is located in areas close to the Israel-Palestinian border, where the Palestinian construction industry has been operating for decades.

The construction of Ramala has been going on since the mid-1980s, when the Israeli-Palestinian conflict began.

The area was annexed to Israel in the 1967 Six-Day War, but Israel never allowed the Palestinian citizens of the area to settle in the area.

The Israeli-controlled area, which extends for nearly 1,100 kilometers from the northern