A ‘Jerusalem Post’ reporter, on the frontlines in Gush Katif, recounts the surreal time of disconnect between settlers’ lost dreams and the encroaching destructive reality.
‘The Jerusalem Post’s then-defense correspondent opens up his reporter’s notebook on the disengagement, 15 years on.
‘The Jerusalem Post’s editor-in-chief remembers his experiences as a reporter for the paper during this tumultuous time.
The answer is that it had nothing to do with peace or war.
The bill would allow settlers to rebuild the four demolished Samaria settlements of Sa-Nur, Homesh, Gaddim and Kadim.
NATIONAL AFFAIRS: The Disengagement began on August 15 in the Gregorian calendar, but in the Hebrew calendar, the events occurred in the immediate aftermath of the Tisha Be’av fast.
SETTLEMENT AFFAIRS: When it comes to the importance of Israeli sovereignty in Judea and Samaria, all the lessons Dagan ever needed he learned in August 2005 in the small hilltop community of Sa-Nur.
The IDF said that the episode was likely an accident.
Lt. Gen. Gatz seems to be suggesting unilateral Israeli withdrawals and another disengagement. This is both frightening and clarifying.
A former military correspondent reflects on her time covering the most turbulent years in Israel's history.