Agreed. And though it's not probable or even in Israel's best interest (and certainly not the humanitarian and just thing to do) they shouldn't have stopped with the physical dissengagement. perhaps if gazans had to truly fend for their own existence (economy, infrastructure, energy) they would have had so much time to burn down abandoned jewish-settlement synagogues. we should have cut them off entirely and let them feel the very dire nature of their land-locked status. let them appeal to the former powers that were in Damascus and Amman for their "International" support. where are the petro$$$ from Saudi and Iran muslim brethren? locked and loaded i suppose...
Western-backed Syrian rebels say kill foreign Islamic State (Reuters)
from the article: U.S. lauds Israeli restraint in face of Qassam rocket attacks