Rush towards Palestinian statehood disregards 6-years of lessons following Israel's "disengagment" from Gush Katif, Gaza

To commemorate the 6th anniversary of Israel's 'disengagment' of Jews from Gaza, we seek to remind the world lessons to be learned from the exercise of giving Palestinians in Gaza the opportunity to demonstrate their ability to establish a free-republic in the absence of Israelis. Furthermore, how safe Israelis would be by withdrawing their defensive military presence from among Palestinians. This was to be the indicator of how safe Israelis would become by ceding Judea and Samaria for a Palestinian state with Gaza.

Unfortunately, Palestinian Gaza continues to demonstrate using their new border to advance their stated goal of conquering Israel. And if Israel were to withdraw from Judea and Samaria, Hamas would conquer the Palestinian Authority to continue the crusade to conquer the Jewish state. Why, then, after seeing Hamas demonstrate their true intentions for Israel, is the Obama Adminstration (or anyone else) lending credence to Palestinian Arabs' political initiatives for a sovereign state?  And is the Israeli government serious about ceding land to a Palestinian enemy, or just playing along?

Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas has declared
his intention to prohibit Jews from living in a potential future Palestinian state. Should Israel uproot some 300,000 more Jews for a promised-peace like Palestinian Gaza has demonstrated?

Here's some news on Israel's finally resolving State compensation for the 6-years' uprooted, Gush Katif refugees

Israel's Cabinet Finalizes Gush Katif Compensation

Israel National News 31/08/11
The Cabinet voted Sunday to approve a 300 million shekel agreement that ends the claims for compensation by evacuees from Gush Katif and Northern Samaria.
The government stated that the agreement "will allow for the completion of the evacuees' moves to permanent communities and their embarking on a new path. All community representatives, business owners and farmers in Gush Katif 

The 300-million shekel ($87-million) agreement ends the claims for compensation by evacuees from Gush Katif and Northern Samaria.

Agriculturalists who had land in Gush Katif and have not yet received alternative land will receive additional compensation of 400,000 shekels or a monthly payment of 3,400 shekels for 13 years. Alternatively, they will eligible for agricultural land of up to 40 dunams (about 10 acres) in accordance with the previous rules.

A retrospective of our prior articles on the subject: 

On the 5th anniversary of Israel ethnically-cleansing Jews from Gaza for the unrequited "peace" from Palestine,  16 videos about Israel withdrawing 8,000 Jewish residents of Gush Katif communities in Gaza in hopes Palestinians would reciprocate with peace.
On 5th anniversary of Israel's removal of 8,000 Jewish residents of Gaza (which encouraged Jihad from Palestinian Gaza) Arab press reports Netanyahu offers to forcibly uproot 50,000 Jews from Judea & Samaria to entice Palestinians to peace-talks

At 5th anniversary of Israel's "Disengagement" from Gaza- spokesman Ra'anan Gissin assesses lessons learned about the parties and the media Who would destroy the synagogues which were the soul of the Gush Katif communities?

Who would destroy the synagogues which were the soul of the Gush Katif communities?

Attorney Gilad Korinaldi fought in 2005 to save the synagogues of Gush Katif from destruction in the “Disengagement.” Now, four years later, he has released a book on the legal and political battles waged that summer, in memory of the synagogues of Gaza. (Israel National News)

Israel's National Religious Party produced this "Stab in the Heart" video warning of the risks before disengagment. See how many of their fears of Palestinian hostility have been validated - and judge the risks if Palestinians are given greater access to Israel's heartland if Israel were not to annex Judea and Samaria, but instead cede to Obama's pressure to create a state for Palestinians with strategic territorial access to Israel's population centers.

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