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- France Speaks the Truth about Hamas and Israel
- French and British Heroes Fight Radical Evil
- Controlling the Islamic Threat to the West
- Will the British Academic Bigots Report on Segregation in Gaza?
- Righteous Christians Speak Out on Israel
- Beware the Islamic Caliphate in the Middle East
- Brussels Fights Against Anti-Semitism
- The World Must Deal with Arab Apartheid
- Did the Boycotters Hear The Good News about Israel?
- The Bad Faith of Mahmoud Abbas
- UN Bias Against Israel Continues
- Are the Boycotters of Israel Violating International Law?
- Why are Feminists not Standing up for Israel?
Excerpts: All should take account of the facts. Israel, then led by Prime Minister Ariel Sharon, disengaged from the Gaza Strip in August 2005. All Israeli residents, 9,000 people in 21 settlements, were withdrawn, but most of the Israeli greenhouses were left for the Palestinians to use. Israeli occupation of the area ended, and except for air space and territorial waters; control since then has been in the hands of Palestinians, at first the Palestinian Authority and since 2007 Hamas. The Palestinian population of Gaza grew from 230,000 in 1967 to 1.7 million in 2014.
The consequences of that withdrawal apparently are unknown to both the relentless critics of Israel and those who profess moral equivalence in the current crisis. Palestinians in Gaza vandalized and then destroyed synagogues, and looted the greenhouses given to them by Israel. Minutes after the full Israeli withdrawal the onslaught of rockets against Israel began with attacks on Sderot and Kibbutz Yad Mordechai. Between 2001 and 2005 Palestinians fired 1272 rockets; in 2006 alone there were 1,777. Between 2006 and 2013, 9,458 rockets were fired.