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On the tenth anniversary of Israel’s unilateral withdrawal from the Jewish settlements in Gaza, Allison, Noah, and The Times of Israel’s Miriam Hershlag discuss the lasting legacy of the withdrawal – one of the most dramatic events in Israel’s history.
Israel Democracy Institute head Yedidia Stern recently argued that the politicians, the rabbis, the courts, the press, and the rest of us all bear responsibility for what he sees as the undeniable fact that the withdrawal was a moral, political, and social failure.
What, if anything, can we learn from it a decade later?