Kfar Yam

   Settlement in Gush Katif in the Gaza Strip that was evacuated in the summer of 2005.

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  • Kfar Yam — was a small outpost and one of the Gaza Strip Israeli Settlements abandoned in Israel s 2005 disengagement plan. It was a non religious community established in 1983, and had a population of 10 (4 families). [ [http://www.palestine… …   Wikipedia

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  • Kfar Shalem — ( he. כפר שלם, lit: Shalem Village) is a neighbourhood in south eastern Tel Aviv, Israel.HistoryUntil 1948, the Arab village of Salama stood where Kfar Shalem is now located. In 1931, there were 800 houses and 3,691 residents in the village. On… …   Wikipedia

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  • Mevo'ot Yam — Founded 1951 Council Hefer Valley Region Coastal plain Coordinate …   Wikipedia

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  • Neve Yam — Founded 1939 Founded by Gordonia members Council Hof HaCarmel Region …   Wikipedia

  • Gush Katif — ( he. גוש קטיף, en. Harvest Bloc ) was a bloc of 17 Israeli settlements in the southern Gaza strip. In August 2005, the 8,000 residents of Gush Katif were evacuated from the area and their homes demolished as part of Israel s unilateral… …   Wikipedia

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

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