Will Gaza Get Stripped?

Rees, Matt; Hamad, Jamil
August 2005
Time;8/15/2005, Vol. 166 Issue 7, p20
Reports that Palestinian infighting threatens to destroy one of the main benefits of the Israeli withdrawal from the Gaza Strip. Review of the withdrawal deal, in which Israel agreed to hand over hundreds of agricultural facilities in Gaza to the Palestinians; Review of how settlers have begun dismantling the facilities prior to leaving; Dispute among Palestinian officials over who will guard the empty settlements.


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