Settlers clash with soldiers day after Gaza closure

Thursday, July 14, 2005 | 
While Israeli government has decided to close off the entire Gaza Strip and parts of Judea and Samaria to all except residents of these areas, anti-disengagement activists have flocked to the Kissufim crossing in attempts to enter the Gaza settlements. At the border crossing settlers clashed with soldiers as they tried to make their way through the road block began yelling slogans such as “Jews do not deport Jews” and “This is not a ghetto, we can enter our homes if we want to.” The closure and clashes came after Israel was hit by a suicide attack in Netanya. Since then, multiple fake bombs have been found throughout the country with notes inside saying “disengagement will blow up in your face.”

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