- A southern West Bank settlement whose residents at the end of August 2005 requested the opportunity to leave under the terms of the evacuation-compensation law passed to cover the recently completed disengagement from the Gaza Strip and the northern West Bank. Most of the 85 families living in Teneh Omarim believed that they had no future in the isolated settlement, as it was located on the Palestinian side of the security barrier in the West Bank.
Historical Dictionary of Israel. Bernard Reich David H. Goldberg. Edited by Jon Woronoff..
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