Which one of the Israeli companies that owns the largest factory in Israel has been working to shut down?

Two Israeli companies are in the process of shutting down their factories in the occupied West Bank in response to a new law.

On Wednesday, the State Council announced that the industrial facilities of the Bnei Brak factory in the central West Bank would be shut down by the end of the month, while the Bnnei Mitzpe factory in East Jerusalem would be closed by March.

The industrial facilities were built between 2003 and 2008.

In a statement, Bnner Industries said it had made the decision to close its factory in anticipation of the decision by the Israeli Labor Ministry to move the factory out of the occupied Palestinian territories.

It said it would not seek to reopen the factory.

According to Bnnt Industries, the factory in Bneih Brak has been producing clothing for Israel since its construction in 2000.

Bnt Industries said that it had been working on plans to build a new factory in Jenin in the West Bank, but that it would take longer to finalize the plans due to “constant delays.”

The Bneir Mitzpah factory is located in East Ramallah, which is under full Israeli control, and is currently producing clothing and cosmetics for the Israeli cosmetics industry.

According to Bnt, it has about 1,000 employees.

“In the meantime, Bnt intends to restart production in a new facility in Ramallah,” the company said.

“Bnt Industries is committed to working with the Palestinian Authority and with the Israeli authorities to find a solution for the future of our company and its employees, and we will continue to pursue all the avenues to find solutions for the problems that face our factory and our workers,” the statement said.

The Israeli Ministry of Industry said that a company had been found in violation of the Occupation Wall in Bnnes Bneim, which meant that the factory had violated the law.

The ministry also said that the Israeli Ministry would be taking legal action against the factory and would seek compensation for the employees who had lost their jobs.

Bnner has a factory in Kfar Nablus, in the Jordan Valley, which also has been affected by the recent decision by Israel to demolish the illegal settlements.

A Bnnd Industries spokesperson told The Jerusalem Times that the company had decided to shut the factory as it was unable to find workers for the factory due to the new Israeli law.

“Due to the nature of our work, we have been unable to recruit enough skilled labor,” the spokesperson said.

“As a result, Bnd Industries has decided to close the factory.”

The company has also shut down the company of a prominent businesswoman, Elad Tzur, and her family’s home in the Negev desert in response of the recent move by Israel.

The company said that all of its facilities were also being closed.

According in a statement to The Times of Israel, the Tzurs’ home, which was built in the 1960s, was in a “dangerous situation” because of the demolition.

The Tzurred said that they have been facing eviction for several years and that they had no means of surviving without their home.

The statement also said they had been told by Israeli authorities that they could not enter their home for fear of eviction.

The company said it was not aware of any previous cases of workers being evicted.

“We are very proud of the quality of our products and the people who work here.

We do not take this decision lightly,” the spokeswoman said.