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Eight Crucial Things You Need to Know About the Amona Case

The two Arab claimants own only a sliver – about half an acre altogether, out of the 125 acres of the Amona territory – less than .5%.

Eight Crucial Things You Need to Know About the Amona Case

The two Arab claimants own only a sliver – about half an acre altogether, out of the 125 acres of the Amona territory – less than .5%.

Plan In The Works to Transfer Residents of Amona To Alternative Location

Amona residents appear to be opposed to any compromise even at the expense of being evacuated by force.

Tears From 2 Security Officers, Refusals to Expel Sa-Nur Families

At least 2 Border Guard officers refused early Thursday to expel families from the ruins of Sa-Nur.

The Soldiers Always Let Us Pass

We asked the soldiers, what will you tell your children you did during the Disengagement?

Most General Staff Were Opposed Unilateral Disengagement from Gaza

Naveh said that then PM Ariel Sharon did not consult with the IDF senior officers about the Disengagement.

Returning Home for a Visit

On Tuesday, Israelis who used to live in the northern Shomron town of Sa-Nur returned to see what was left of their former home. The...

10 Buses for 10 Years: Remembering Gush Katif

This interactive trip, marking the tenth anniversary of the expulsion from Gush Katif, will take ten busloads of visitors to several of the new Gush Katif communities, to show solidarity with them.

Aryeh Deri – Shas Will Expel Jews From Their Homes [video]

As the infamous quote says, "We established what you are, now we're just haggling over the price."

Another Ambush in Jerusalem as Media Ignores ‘Silent Intifada’

Ambush victim’s solution to Arab rioting: “Put them in Gaza.”

The Top 5 Ways You Can Help Gush Katif Expellees!

As we're thinking ahead and making our New Year resolutions, here are 5 easy ways to help the Zionist pioneering citizens formerly of Gush Katif rebuild their lives destroyed in the 2005 Disengagement Plan.

Lieberman: Kill Hamas Leaders if Soldiers’ Body Parts not Returned

Lieberman comes up with his third solution in less than a month what to do with Gaza. The question is what to do with Lieberman.

The Disengagement made Gaza More Dangerous

A reader claimed the Disengagement from Gaza was good, because it reduced the number of murdered Israelis. Examining the numbers tells a different story...

It’s Time to Go Home

JoeSettler points out that most Gazans want to leave, and most Jews want to go back home to Gush Katif. How about a solution that actually resolves the conflict?

JobKatif: Strength for Those in Need

It has been 9 years since Israel’s Disengagement. JobKatif continues to bring relief to the unemployed and underemployed families From Gush Katif through vocational training, employment placement, counseling and coaching.

The Formula for Holding On to the Land

Israeli leadership doesn’t look to God for help, it gave away Gaza because of political predictions and calculations.

Retired Supreme Court Justice Edmond Levy Dies at Age 72

Retired Supreme Court Edmund Levy, who headed a three-man committee that debunked allegations that Israel is an “occupier,” died Tuesday night at the age...

Gush Katif Expellees Looking Forward to Permanent Homes

The Gush Katif Committee has worked for several months with Housing minister Uri Ariel, and the Tnufa administration headed by Yisrael Melachi, to develop...

Former Ambassador for Israel Again Ambassador for a Smaller Israel

Michael Oren thinks if the U.S. can't force Israel to give up land for nothing, Israel should do it on its own.

Weather Forecast: Chance of Rockets Raining on Sharon’s Funeral

An Iron Dome and additional steps are being deployed so that Gazan rockets don't hit anyone at Ariel Sharon's funeral.

Political Expediency…or Adjusting to Reality?

Do Israelis believe it’s OK for political aspirants to say whatever they feel is necessary to gain power?

Understanding Israel’s National-Security Policy

Needed changes in Israel's decision making process have simply not kept up with the growing complexities and synergies of Israel's always-hostile external environment.

Barak to AIPAC: Get Ready for Another ‘Disengagement’

Barak praised Netanyahu for being a "courageous" advocate for peace.

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