Gush Katif ‘Conquers' Natzrat IlitA group of families from Gush Katif is taking Natzrat Illit by storm; hope their 'Torah Core Group' will continue to expand in the city.
More Katif Expellees ResettledOver 170 families are resettled in the towns of Naveh and Bnei Netzarim, outside Gaza. Infrastructure partially complete.
MK Ze'ev: Remember ExpulsionMK Nisim Ze'ev calls on Jews to always remember the expulsion from Gush Katif. "We were promised peace and got a terror state."
Tonight: Katif Tournament The annual Yulis tournament finals, between teams from former Gush Katif, are scheduled for Wednesday evening.
Gush Katif Museum Open TonightThe Gush Katif museum, depicting the lives of Jews expelled six years ago, is open until 2 a.m. Monday, the start of the Fast of Tisha B’Av.
'Katif Expellees in Danger'Israelis expelled from Gush Katif are in more danger than before, with flimsy caravan homes no protection from Gaza rockets.
Six Years Since the ExpulsionHundreds of residents of Gush Katif marked on Wednesday the sixth anniversary of their expulsion from their homes in a special ceremony.
FinalKatif Compensation ApprovedGush Katif refugees to receive negotiated final compensation. No payment can make up for the suffering, but it is a much improved package.
Gush Katif Comp Finalized300 million shekel agreement ends the claims for compensation by evacuees from Gush Katif and Northern Samaria.
'Expulsion a Defining Moment'Deputy Foreign Minister Danny Ayalon opens events marking six years since the disengagement plan. "It was a defining moment."
Ministers to Get Half VegetablesFarmers expelled from Gush Katif are planning a unique present for Israel's government – incomplete produce, in protest of incomplete aid.
Gush Katif, 2,000 Days AfterSome 2,000 days after Gush Katif expulsion, light at the end of the tunnel can almost be seen – but a long way still awaits ahead.
Katif Products at Jerusalem FairGaza evacuees will sell a variety of products in a Jerusalem fair. The organizer: They are people of the highest quality and so are their products.
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.
Do Kids Know About Gush Katif?Gush Katif Day was marked in Israeli schools last week. An expellee tells INN TV that she is afraid that youngsters have forgotten about Katif.
Gush Katif Expellees Plant TreesFormer residents of Gush Katif plant trees in Kisufim forest, near their former homes. They express hope to return to live there one day.
Gaza Expellees Fear CaravansFormer Gush Katif resident shares her frustrations over the declining situation of expellees, more than five years after the expulsion.
Evacuees Bloom the Negev DesertDuring Sukkot INNTV visited the expelees of Nezarim who are finally begining to enter permanent homes, more than five years since their eviction
Rebuilding at Naveh in HalutzaFive families expelled in 2005 from Gush Katif began once more to build their lives this week in the new town of Naveh, in the Halutza Sands.
Judge Would Refuse Orders"If I were a soldier, I don't think I would take part in it, even if I were imprisoned," says Judge Tzvi Tal on expulsion of Jews from their homes.
Memory of Gush Katif SynagoguesSpecial event in memory of the 26 Gush Katif synagogues that were destroyed five years ago was held in the rebuilt Hurva Synagogue in the Old City.
Op-ed: Gush Katif Still MattersDisengagement left a wound that will not heal, not only because lives and homes were destroyed, but because it was immoral, unjust and irrational.
Fast Day Marks Expulsion DateYesha Council rabbis call on the public to participate in a day of fasting and prayer to commemorate the fifth anniversary of Gush Katif pullout.
Gaza Withdrawal's Brutal PriceLeading Gush Katif activist resident concludes that the price Israel paid for the Disengagement's across-the-board negative results was brutal.
Answers to Gush Katif QuestionsMore commemorations of Gush Katif expulsion's 5th anniversary: A new book, & a debate on role played by the media during the Disengagement period.
Gush Katif: Past and FutureFifth anniversary of Gush Katif expulsion: INN presents an overview of Gush Katif's past accomplishments - and its goals for the future.
Marking 5 Yrs to Gush Katif EndThe fifth anniversary of one of the worst tragedies in the history of the State of Israel will be marked this week in Israel and around the world.
31 Gush Katif Families are SetFinal approval was received, 5 years after the Disengagement, for the relocation of 31 Gush Katif families to a seaside kibbutz south of Haifa.
'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.
It's Official: Govt Failed KatifOfficial Gush Katif investigative committee gives government utterly failing grades. Chairman says process must be streamlined for the future.
Chief Rabbi: No Gush Katif FastThe Chief Rabbi rules that no national fast day may be instituted over the Gush Katif/Shomron expulsion, nor should kinot (dirges) be composed.
Gaza Arabs Sue Katif FarmersNo relief in sight for the 400 Gush Katif farmers. Not only are 70% still unemployed, but their former workers – Arabs from Gaza – are suing them!
Large Knesset Majority Demands56 MKs, including most of Kadima, demand that Netanyahu and Barak allow long-time Gush Katif expellees to build in Ariel, largest city in Samaria.
Expellees: No End in SightThe injustice that began with the 2005 Disengagement/expulsion shows no sign of ending in the near future – at least not for the town of Netzarim.
Pressure Crushes GK Expellee Juggling his expulsion-related debts overwhelmed one ex-Gush Katif man on Wednesday, finally leading him to decide that death was easier than life.