Crane Operator Wouldn't EvictPolice thought they were ready to evict Jews from a small town near Jerusalem, but forgot about the crane operator – who refused the job.
Solution for Expulsion SinnersMany soldiers and policemen who took part in the Gush Katif expulsion seek forgiveness – and the Nation and Land Rescue Task Force has a solution.
Gaza Expellees Fear CaravansFormer Gush Katif resident shares her frustrations over the declining situation of expellees, more than five years after the expulsion.
Expulsion Commander InvestigatedIsrael reeling as top police commander, proponent and central figure in executing Gush Katif expulsion, is investigated for alleged sexual crimes.
'Disengagement Harmed PR'Visiting the community of expulsion victims at Nitzan, Minister Yuli Edelstein disputes the claim that the pullout would promote Israel's image.
MK: Debate Legitimizes ExpulsionMK Eldad questions the very premise of the Bar Ilan seminar day entitled "Military Insubordination, Protest, and Society" in which he participated.
Student-Soldier Takes on BarakDefense Min. Barak’s fight against the Har Bracha Hesder yeshiva has been kicked up another notch: A student-soldier has begun a slow-down strike.
2nd Expulsion would Cost $100BExpulsion from Gush Katif cost over $2.9B. Expelling Jewish residents of Judea and Samaria, not including Jerusalem, would cost over $100B.
Trauma for Jewish ‘Settlers’Police, for the second time, expelled a Jewish family at Negohot and wrecked their home. Government-subsidized bus service has been cut.
12 Graders against ExpulsionBarak faces new opposition to using IDF to expel Jews. Two hundred 12th graders wrote they want to serve the country but not in an expulsion army.
Barak: Tie to Har Bracha is OverIgnoring Rabbi Eliezer Melamed's signature on letter, Barak claims Har Bracha Yeshiva Dean 'is not willing to denounce demonstrations in the IDF.'
The ‘Druckman Solution’The Defense Ministry is waiting for Hesder yeshiva Rabbi Melamed to sign a letter by Rabbi Druckman against soldiers’ anti-expulsion protests.
Shirt Slogan: ‘No’ to ExpulsionMK Schneller of Samaria urges the IDF to expel soldiers from combat units if they wear new shirts against expelling Jews from homes.
Barak Warns Troops with Talmud Barak visits fresh Kfir recruits, warns that an 'iron fist' will be used against refusal of orders, and cites the Talmud.
Knesset: Calls to Close YeshivasForeign Affairs and Defense Committee grills hesder yeshivas representative over rabbis' alleged encouragement of conscientious objection in IDF.
Video on Anti-Expulsion OrdersYesha Council Rabbi Mordechai Rabinowitz tells Israel National News TV about a new group of rabbis discussing anti-expulsion orders.
New IDF Order: Raise Your ShirtsIDF hysteria over banners against orders to expel Jews triggered officers to order soldiers Monday night to raise their shirts for inspection.
Bibi Vows to Help Katif VictimsNetanyahu backed expelling Gaza farmers until he objected when the deal was done. He told them Monday that helping them is a “national mission.”
Expulsion Leaves Family HomelessThe government buried a now-homeless Jewish family’s $90,000 home after refusing to allow the family to build while letting Arabs build illegally.
Anti-Expulsion Anger SpreadsAnger against being used to expel Jews is spreading. The third protest banner in a month was found Thursday at a Jordan Valley IDF base.
Bill: Soldiers Won't Evict JewsIn a bid for national unity, MKs Eldad and Hotobeli propose a bill banning use of soldiers in expulsions. Six soldiers were jailed this month.
Soldiers Protest ExpulsionsSoldiers in the Nachshon combat unit escalated the battle against expulsions of Jews and raised a banner at their base: ‘We don’t expel Jews.’
Disengagement Pardon Bill PassesA Knesset committee has unanimously approved a measure to pardon detainees arrested during protests against the 2005 expulsions from Gaza.
Jews Expelled South of HevronIsraeli police and soldiers destroyed two Jewish homes south of Hevron Monday morning, while leaving untouched illegal Arab homes nearby.
Court Overrules 'Expulsion' GagA “rose is a rose is a rose” and the same reasoning applies to the “expulsion” of Jews from Gush Katif, the High Court ruled Wednesday.
Debate in Samaria over IDF TiesIDF commander Noam Tibon's departure led to a debate among Samaria Jews: how to relate to IDF officials who support expulsion?
Free Speech and ‘Expulsion’ Can government radio ban the use of the term “expulsion” in ads promoting the Gush Katif Museum? The High Court will decide next week.