The Council of Jewish Communities in Judea, Samaria, and Gaza (Yesha Council) ended the anti-disengagement march to Gush Katif, stating that a second march is already in the works for next week. Early this morning, police arrested some 250 Israelis who attempted to enter Gush Katif through the Kissufim Crossing. A hit-and-run driver lightly wounded one soldier who strayed away from the convoy. No details have been disclosed of where the next march will originate, but Kfar Maimon is one possibility. Over 200 activists will remain at the site and continue trying to enter the Jewish communities in Gush Katif.
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