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Wednesday, May 4, 2011

What Has Happened to Expelled Jewish Communities from Gaza?

Nadene Goldfoot
Jews have had a connection to Gaza for the last 4,000 years.  Samson brought down the pillars in Gaza.
Jews lived in Gaza City prior to 1929 when the Arabs rioted and killed many Jews. They bought land in Gaza in the 1930's and settled there once again in 1946, but in 1948 when all the Arab nations attacked Israel for having announced their birth, Jews once again were forced to leave.

Jewish communities were moved by Israel from Northern Katif, Gaza in August of 2005 in the name of peace with the Arabs. This move caused 8,600 Israelis to leave their homes.  Most of them were Orthodox Jews.   This has become an attack base for the Arabs.  . 

Israel had to hand over privately owned Jewish property to the illegal terrorist organizations.  This came about because of the prodding of our U.S. government.  The result is that Israel, which is said to be in violation of clause 7 of the Disengagement Legislation, handed over privately held property. 
Lately Israel faced unprecedented escalated Arab missile bombardment on its southern border from these very places which used to house Jews.  . 

If a Palestine is created in Judea and Samaria (West Bank), this will mean that there will be Palestinian missiles on the hills overlooking Kfar Saba, Netanya and the entire coastal plain of Israel. 

Lawmakers in the Knesset are not enacting any more legislation that would cede anymore land for Palestinian use as a sovereign territory since they threaten to use any land under their control to attack and "liberate the rest of Palestine."    This is especially true now that Fatah has united with Hamas. 

The actions of Hamas in Gaza have made Israelis very wary of what could happen to a Palestine in Judea and Samaria. Only recently Gaza was controlled by the PLO  who lost in their election to the Hamas terrorists.  This marriage break looks like it was only a separation and not a divorce.  Now they have made up and are living together again, but have made themselves very unneighborly to Israel by doing so. Victor Sharpe's history of Gaza

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