Welcome to the Wefugees Community and thank you for reaching out to us.
I am very sorry to hear about your difficult situation and I wish you all the best for the upcoming court hearing. Unfortunately, I am not really able to predict any outcome. However, I hope you hired a lawyer which is supporting you in this? From my perspective, it is important to explain these kind of details you were writing above also in court - pointing out that your life is in danger if you need to go back to the West Bank.
You were mentioning that you tried to start an "Ausbildung"? I think this is actually a very good and most sustainable/promising idea, which might also give you the option to apply for an "Ausbildungsduldung" in future in case your asylum case gets rejected at the end. If you are facing difficulties to get a work permit, please also don't hesitate to discuss this with your lawyer or consult a migration counselling office (they offer free and confidential services).
I did not understand, why you are not receiving any social benefits (Asylbewerberleistungen) as you are actually entitled to it. I would strongly recommend you to register with the local authorities in order to be health insured and to receive financial support. This will not have any negative affect on your current residence situation, in case you are worried about this.
I hope this helps and please get back to us if you want to discuss your situation further.
All the best,