‘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.
Movers and shakers in Israeli society.
We owe it to ourselves and to the thousands of Jews who were banished to distill the lessons of that disaster and ensure that it never again recurs.
When terrorists throw rockets, we build communities. We plant a tree and build a park and bring new families to the area. This is our answer to terror’ – Yedidya Harush, Jewish National Fund-USA
On May 2, 2004 - Iyar 11, 5764 - two terrorists ambushed Hatuel's car near the Kissufim crossing. The terrorists killed them all at point-blank range, shooting them repeatedly.
Itamar Ben-Gvir called for Israel to return to Gush Katif, the bloc of Gaza Jewish communities evicted in 2005, as a response to the continued rocket fire on Israel's South.
Peretz is married and the father of 12 children. He lived in Gush Katif in Gaza before the disengagement, and currently lives in Neveh, in the Negev, with other Gaza evacuees.
A report claims Israel's secret service has an underage student under surveillance.
“This is a very welcome and important change, and we support it,” Netanyahu said of the American decision regarding UNRWA.