Hitnatkut


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  • Unilateral Disengagement — (Hitnatkut, Tokhnit Hahitnatkut)    Name applied to Israel s withdrawal of about 9,500 settlers and military personnel from the Gaza Strip and four settlements in the northern West Bank in the summer of 2005. The withdrawal was officially the… …   Historical Dictionary of Israel

  • Disengagement Plan — (Tokhnit Hitnatkut)    See Unilateral Disengagement (Hitnatkut, Tokhnit Hahitnatkut) …   Historical Dictionary of Israel

  • Gush Emunim — ( he. גוש אמונים, Block [of the] faithful ) was an Israeli political movement. The movement sprang out of the conquests of the Six Day War in 1967, though it was not formally established as an organization until 1974, in the wake of the Yom… …   Wikipedia

  • Israel's unilateral disengagement plan — Part of a series on the Israeli–Palestinian conflict and Arab–Israeli conflict Israeli–Palestinian peace process …   Wikipedia

  • Ariel Zilber — Infobox musical artist Name = Ariel Zilber Img capt = Background = solo singer Birth name = Ariel Zilber Born = Birth date and age|1943|9|23|mf=y in Tel Aviv, British Mandate of Palestine (Now Israel) Instrument = Piano, Trumpet, Vocals Genre =… …   Wikipedia

  • План одностороннего размежевания — (ивр. תוכנית ההתנתקות Tokhnit HaHitnatkut, известен также, как «Размежевание», «התנתקות» Hitnatkut ‎) план отделения Израиля от Палестинской национальной администрации (ПНА), предложенный премьер министром Израиля Ариэлем Шароном. Предусматривал… …   Википедия

  • David Newman (political geographer) — David Newman Born July 4, 1956 (1956 07 04) (age 55) London …   Wikipedia

  • Gush Emunim — Le Gush Emunim (hébreu : גוש אמונים, Bloc [des] fidèles) est un mouvement politique et messianique israélien créé afin d établir des colonies juives en Cisjordanie (la Judée Samarie biblique)[1]. Bien que n étant pas fondé de manière… …   Wikipédia en Français

  • Dichter, Avraham — (Avi Dicter) (1952 )    Born in Ashkelon, he was awarded for bravery in battle during a long military career, including a period with the Israel Defense Forces (IDF) elite Sayeret Matkal reconnaissance unit. After his release from the IDF, he… …   Historical Dictionary of Israel

  • Eitam, Efraim (Effie) — (1952 )    Born in Kibbutz Ein Gev, Eitam studied at Haifa University and the Royal College of Defense Studies in London. A career officer in the Israel Defense Forces (IDF), he served as commander of an armored division in the IDF Northern… …   Historical Dictionary of Israel

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