Sa-Nur Protestors: Forces Used Violence to Remove UsProtestors at Sa-Nur said that some of the security forces involved in the evacuation of the site had acted in a violent manner.
Security Forces Begin Eviction in Sa-NurSecurity forces evacuate some 250 people in Sa-Nur in northern Samaria. Most left without incident.
Sa-Nur Families on Day 2 Declare 'We're Back to Stay'More families and supplies make it past IDF in return to northern Samaria homes 10 years after Disengagement expulsion.
Sa-Nur Families to PM: Don't Make Soldiers Expel Us AgainFears rise that families who returned to their homes will be expelled again; they call on Netanyahu not to 'add sin' of making IDF do it.
Hundreds Return to Samaria Town Razed in 2005; IDF SurprisedDozens of families returned to Sa-Nur, a decade after Disengagement. IDF is set to evict them.
Homesh Hosts Hundreds on Tisha B'Av NightOn Saturday night, the eve of Tisha B'Av, dozens gathered to read the book of Eicha in the northern Samaria community of Homesh.
'The Last Word on Expelled Jewish Towns is Yet to be Said'Widow of terror victim tells Arutz Sheva she and her children waiting to return home to Homesh 10 years later and 'undo the crime.'
10 Years Since Disengagement, Minister Vows: 'Jews Will Return'Hundreds visit Sa-Nur, one of 4 towns in Samaria uprooted 10 years ago, call to correct the Disengagement 'mistake.'
Bill to 'Reverse the Disengagement' in SamariaCould Jews return to Homesh and Sa-Nur? Bill backed by several MKs to right the 'terrible decree' of the Disengagement.
Bayit Yehudi 'Won't Hang On Till Last Moment'Dep. Min. Ben Dahan says his party will not stay in the government until it is too late, as happened in the Disengagement.
Tu B'Shvat Celebrated in Destroyed Shomron CommunityFifty activists from the Homesh First group celebrate a Tu B'Shvat seder in the community of Sa-Nur, destroyed in 2005.