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Wednesday, July 05, 2006
It looks like part of the occupation is (temporarily) ending for Northern Gaza.
In response to the attack on Ashkelon (which hit a school), the IDF will be recreating the Northern Gaza buffer zone.

Until 2005, Northern Gaza was the site that housed the Jewish communities of Dugit, Alei Sinai, and Nisasnit. Approximately 1,500 Jews lived in Northern Gaza, protecting middle Israel from Arab terrorism. Because of those 1,500 people, the 120,000 citizens of Ashkelon were able to sleep peacefully at night.

Because the government ripped those 1,500 people out of their homes, 120,000 citizens of Asheklon are now hostages to our lame duck government and Arab terrorism.

I’m hoping that this is the first step for our settlers to begin to return to their homes – though somehow I doubt it, Olmert still has more time to capitulate.


Jameel @ The Muqata said...

Olmert's office has denied that they intend on creating a security buffer zone in Northern Gaza.

JoeSettler said...

Olmert may deny, but Israel just did it.

Including taking over all the former Jewish towns in Norther Gaza.

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