Tokhnit Hahitnatkut

   Variation of the official name applied by Ariel Sharon's government for its plan for unilateral disengagement from the Gaza Strip and four isolated settlements in the northern West Bank.

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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

  • 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

  • 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

  • Elon, Benyamin — (Benny) (1954 )    Prominent settler, religious educator, and right wing member of the Knesset. Born in Jerusalem, he and his family have resided in the West Bank religious settlement of Beit El for more than two decades, where he heads the local …   Historical Dictionary of Israel

  • Expulsion Plan —    The name used by the opposition to refer to the disengagement plan (see UNILATERAL DISENGAGEMENT [HIT NATKUT, TOKHNIT HAHITNATKUT]), the plan to evacuate all settlements from the Gaza Strip and four settlements in the northern West Bank, put… …   Historical Dictionary of Israel

  • Gaza Strip —    The southernmost section of the coastal plain of mandatory Palestine. It is some 25 miles long and between 4 and 8 miles in width. Its major city is Gaza, and there is substantial citrus agriculture. Although it lies between Israel and Egypt,… …   Historical Dictionary of Israel

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