Israel’s Education Ministry said Tuesday that Israel’s Granby School System has been tracking the Palestinian students in its schools and that the tracking system is part of the government’s ongoing efforts to ensure that Israeli children are not exposed to the risk of being exposed to Palestinian students.

The ministry said the Granby system tracks students who have been enrolled in Israeli schools, and that Israel is working to make sure that students in the system are not caught in the middle of the conflict.

According to the ministry, Granby students are enrolled in two schools: one in the city of Elad and one in a military academy in the north of the West Bank.

In recent years, Israel has built a number of schools in the area.

One of the most popular schools in Elad, which is located in the northern part of Hebron, is the primary school for children in the Gaza Strip.

The Granby school was set up in 1948 under the Mandatory Resolution, which came into force in October 1949, but the current system was not fully implemented until 1949.

The schools were established to ensure the security of Israeli citizens and to serve as a safe haven for Palestinian children in need of education, according to the government.

The education ministry said Granby has been following the Israeli and Palestinian conflict closely.

The system tracks the movements of students and parents of Israeli students and has taken measures to ensure there are no clashes between the Israeli military and Palestinian students and to ensure peace between the two communities, the ministry said.

The ministry added that the system has been used by the IDF to track Hamas militants who are infiltrating the area, which it said is also the case with Palestinian youth.

The Jerusalem Post’s Yair Rosenberg contributed to this report.