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    • SDHD
    • 20.04.10 | 04:05 (IDT)

    "Now, SDHD, read the Disengagement Plan." You mean, the part where it says the troops will WITHDRAW? "Sharon insisted that the IDF was being "deployed to the border", and that is a VERY different thing to them being "withdrawn"." Ummm, you mean, being withdrawn from a territory and being deployed outside of the territory is not being withdrawn from the territory? You're a schmuck. I know how to understand what I read, do you? 1. Israel will WITHDRAW from the Gaza Strip, including all the existing Israeli settlements, and will redeploy in territory outside of the Strip. The WITHDRAWAL excludes a military presence in the area along the border area between the Gaza Strip and Egypt called 'The Philadelphia Corridor' as will be detailed later. 3. A fact emanating from this move will be the lack of a basis to the claim that the Gaza Strip is occupied territory.

    from the article: Four Gaza factions halt rocket fire, in bow to Hamas
    First published 02:28 06.04.10 | Last updated 09:01 07.04.10
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