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View the mansions that Bedouins have built on the land that Israel have given them for free in the Negev.
Jews and Arabs agree: everyone's willing to talk, no one's willing to take action, and a peace deal's not likely in the next two years.
"Even the uprooting of 21 blossoming communities in Gaza didn't lead to peace, but rather, to rocket fire aimed at Israel."
A local official believes most of the missing money is being kept in the Agriculture Ministry's coffers.
A third of the evacuees still live in temporary housing, 14% are unemployed and a third still see themselves as Gush Katif residents.
Where are they working now? Josh Hasten speaks with Judy Lowy, Executive Director of JobKatif, who's organization helped to provide employment opportunities and training for those whose lives were shattered in 2005. Today on Israel Uncensored on The Land Of Israel.com Network
The Gush Katif and Northern Samaria Commemoration Center held a conference on Monday commemorating the eleventh anniversary of Israel’s “Disengagement.”
The AG is obviously feeling that he can't go to battle against a clear Supreme Court ruling to demolish Amona.
The Hamas terror government in Gaza is handing out Gush Katif land to its civil service workers instead of salaries.
A community in Samaria told the Supreme Court it is working through the offices of Peres and Abbes to find a solution to prevent the planned desecration.
Yishai plays recordings from the month-and-a-half he and his wife, Malka, spent broadcasting from Gush Katif during the 2005 disengagement. The Fleishers provided their priceless, on-the-scene perspective of one of the most dramatic moments in Israeli history, as they observed the communities’ valiant refusal to leave their homes — even as their towns were cut off from food and supplies — while being intimidated by the Israeli government.
Ahead of the Jewish holiday of love and matchmaking, Israelis in Samaria battle security forces and old nightmares.
A tent city is raised in solidarity with Beit El residents, where two half-finished apartment buildings are threatened with demolition.
“I still wait to return,” Hodaya Giat said, “I still have hope that someday we can return to the beaches, to our homes.”