Disengagement @ 5 years out. A sobering look.

Posted on July 22, 2010 In Blog

Yesterday marked the five year anniversary (in the Hebrew calendar) of Israel’s unilateral disengagement from the Gaza strip, a move that immediately displaced thousands of Jewish residents and left in its wake a dangerous political vacuum, filled by one of Israel’s most dangerous enemies; Hamas. In a Jerusalem Post article, McGill University Professor Gil Troy takes a deeper look into what he deems the unnecessary and avoidable mistakes made before during and after the disengagement. Troy makes a strong note of his disappointment over the “botching (of) the settlers resettlement” and the continued dislocation of these former Gaza residents.

To read Professor Troy’s full article click here.