The Israeli disengagement from Gaza Hebrew: Despite the disengagement, the Gaza Strip is still considered by the United Nations , international human rights organisations and most legal scholars to be under military occupation by Israel,  though this is disputed by Israel and other legal scholars. The disengagement was proposed in by Prime Minister Ariel Sharon , adopted by the government in June , approved by the Knesset in February and enacted in August Israeli citizens who refused to accept government compensation packages and voluntarily vacate their homes prior to the August 15, deadline, were evicted by Israeli security forces over a period of several days.
The Israeli disengagement from Gaza also known as "Gaza expulsion" and " Hitnatkut", was the withdrawal of the Israeli army from inside the Gaza Strip, and the dismantling of all Israeli settlements in the Gaza Strip in Despite the disengagement, the Gaza Strip is still considered by the United .. The IDF also pulled out its forces in the Gaza Strip, and had withdrawn 95%. Op-ed: Had Israel remained in Gaza, the economic gap between the But immediately after Israel pulled out of there, it turned out the strip.
IDF soldiers on Sunday shot and killed a Palestinian who repeatedly tried to sabotage the Gaza Strip border fence, the army said. Palestinian security officials said that the dead man was Atef Mohammed Saleh, 32, from Jabaliya in the northern Gaza Strip, which is near the border with Israel. Earlier Sunday, the army said soldiers identified and arrested three Gazans attempting to cross the fence surrounding the northern Gaza Strip. The Israeli troops uncovered a pair of knives on the suspects upon their apprehension.
Palestinian protect last bewitching past Israeli positions in the Gaza Excoriate
The barrier runs along the entire land border of the Gaza Strip. Pursuant to the Accords, Israel has continued to maintain control of the Gaza Strip's airspace , land borders with the exception of Gaza's border with Egypt, abandoned by Israel in , and territorial waters. In the Interim Agreement on the West Bank and the Gaza Strip , it was agreed that "the security fence erected by Israel around the Gaza Strip shall remain in place and that the line demarcated by the fence, as shown on the map, shall be authoritative only for the purpose of the Agreement"  i.
Immediately after Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu announced Israel was closing the Kerem Shalom crossing into Gaza on Monday, Palestinian terror groups in the Gaza Strip issued a host of furious and threatening warnings.