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KFAR MAIMON, ISRAEL - JULY 20: Right-wing Israeli activists demonstrate July 20, 2005, in the Israeli town of Kfar Maymon. Thousands opposing the Israeli pullout from the Gaza Strip were blocked police and soldiers as they tried to march towards the territory's main settlement bloc. LIFE Magazine captures a "Chabad moment" in Kfar Maimon (Click Here To See Original Page) (Click Here For Just The Picture) Various Pictures From Kfar Maimon: Pic1
Baruch College NYC Protest May 22, 2005
Attorney Yehuda Forster is featured on the front page of the NY Post













Chabad Gush Katif Giveaway Protests and Programs Aug 13, 2005



















Chabad In Gush Katif, Time Life Magazine2005
GUSH KATIF, GAZA STRIP - JUNE 29, 2005
Jewish settlers dance on a roof while others throw stones at a Palestinian house in the Muassi, the Palestinian area in the settlements block, June 29, 2005 in Gush Katif, Gaza Strip. Jews opposing the Gaza pull-out plan took control of a Palestinian house in the area on June 26 and had been clashing with Palestinians.
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Chabad In Gush Katif, Time Life Magazine2005
GUSH KATIF, GAZA STRIP - JUNE 30, 2005 Jews pray for the last time in the Palm Beach hotel before Israeli army and police broke in on June 30, 2005 in the Gush Katif settlement in the southern Gaza Strip. Israeli Border Police retook the former Palm Beach Hotel in the Muassi, the Palestinian area of the settlement, that had been occupied by right-wing Jews over the past several weeks. It was an attempt to thwart Israeli PM Sharon's disengagement plan, due to go into effect in mid-August and consequently Israel has declared the Gush Katif settlement area a closed zone to non-Gush Katif residents.
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Chabad In Gush Katif, Time Life Magazine2005
GUSH KATIF, GAZA STRIP - JUNE 30: Ultranationalists pray for the last time in the Palm Beach hotel before army and police break in on June 30, 2005 in the Gush Katif settlement in the southern Gaza Strip. Israeli Border Police retook the former Palm Beach Hotel in the Muassi, the Palestinian area of the settlement, that had been occupied by right-wing Jews over the past several weeks. It was an attempt to thwart Israeli PM Sharon's disengagement plan, due to go into effect in mid-August and consequently Israel has declared the Gush Katif settlement area a closed zone to non-Gush Katif residents.
Photo: Yoray Liberman/Getty Images
Jun 30, 2005











Chabad In Gush Katif, Time Life Magazine2005
KISSOFIM KROSSING, GAZA STRIP - JULY 14, 2005
A Chabad bochur carrying a flag passes policemen at a checkpoint preventing nonresident from entering the Southern Gaza settlement of Gush Katif July 14, 2005 at the newly built section of the Kissufim crossing point in the Gaza Strip. Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon ordered 21 Gaza Strip settlements be sealed off to non-residents in a bid to stop patriots flocking to the territory ahead of next month's pullout.
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Chabad In Gush Katif, Time Life Magazine2005
GUSH KATIF, GAZA - JULY 26, 2005
Chabad bochurim ride through the streets of the Neve Dekalim settlement collecting alcohol hopeful that the disengagement plan will be cancelled for the Gush Katif bloc of settlements in the southern Gaza Strip. The area continues to be tense before Israel's plan to dismantle the Jewish settlements in the Gaza Strip and West Bank later this summer.
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Chabad In Gush Katif, Time Life Magazine2005
GUSH KATIF, GAZA - JULY 26, 2005
Settlers ride through the streets of the Neve Dekalim settlement collecting alcohol in their hopeful belief that they will be having a party when the disengagement plan is cancelled July 26, 2005 in the Gush Katif bloc of settlements in the southern Gaza Strip. The area continues to be tense before Israel's plan to dismantle the Jewish settlements in the Gaza Strip and West Bank later this summer.
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Chabad In Gush Katif, Time Life Magazine2005
GUSH KATIF, GAZA - JULY 26, 2005
A settler pauses in the street of the Neve Dekalim settlement July 26, 2005 in the Gush Katif bloc of settlements in the southern Gaza Strip. The area continues to be tense before Israel's plan to dismantle the Jewish settlements in the Gaza Strip and West Bank later this summer.
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Jul 26, 2005
Chabad In Gush Katif, Time Life Magazine2005
NEVE DEKALIM, GAZA STRIP -
AUGUST 15, 2005
A Chabad teenager holds a flag is trucks line up August 15, 2005 at the main entrance to the Jewish settlement of Neve Dekalim, in the Gush Katif settlement bloc, Gaza Strip. Jewish settlers tried to block the gates of some Gaza settlements in an attempt to prevent soldiers from delivering 48-hour eviction notices as Israel began its pullout. In Neve Dekalim the largest Jewish settlement settlers used makeshift barricades and their bodies to try and stop the operation.
Photo: Shaul Schwarz/Getty Images Aug 15, 2005











Chabad In Gush Katif, Time Life Magazine2005
NEVE DEKALIM, GAZA STRIP - AUGUST 17, 2005
Youths, who are not from Gush Katif, sleep in a Jewish settler family's vacated house during the evacuation of the settlement of Neve Dekalim on August 17, 2005 in the southern Gaza Strip. Thousands of Israeli security forces poured into Jewish settlements in the Gaza Strip to begin the forcible removal of settler protesters who ignored orders to leave the area ahead of the withdrawal deadline.
Photo: Shaul Schwarz/Getty Images
Aug 17, 2005











Chabad In Gush Katif, Time Life Magazine2005
NEVE DEKALIM, GAZA - AUGUST 18, 2005
A settler holds his hand in the air in fromt of a burning house August 18, 2005 in the Israeli settlement of Neve Dekalim in the Gush Katif block of settlements in Gaza.Hundreds of Gaza pullout opponents barricaded themselves behind barbed wire in this hardliner Jewish settlement's synagogue as security forces dragged screaming residents out of homes. Settlers elsewhere burned houses, fields and tires in protest of Israel's withdrawal from the Gaza Strip.
Photo: Shaul Schwarz/Getty Images
Aug 18, 2005











Chabad In Gush Katif, Time Life Magazine2005
KFAR MAIMON, ISRAEL - JULY 20, 2005
Right-wing Israeli activists demonstrate before trying to break out July 20, 2005 of the farming community of Kfar Maimon in southern Israel. Thousands of right-wing Israelis opposed to Israel's historic Gaza Strip pullout have gathered in the village ahead of their bid to break through army and police lines into the Jewish settlements in nearby Gaza and impede next month's withdrawal.
Photo: Uriel Sinai/Getty Images
Jul 20, 2005











Chabad In Gush Katif, Time Life Magazine2005
NEVE DEKALIM, GAZA STRIP - NOVEMBER 2, 2004
Baby Or Chaim Nagar, eight-days-old, is ritually circumcised alongside a poster of the Lubavicher Rabbi Schneerson in a ceremony November 2, 2004 in the Israeli settlement of Neve Dekalim in the southern Gaza Strip. According to Jewish ritual, infant boys are circumcised when they are eight days old. The Israeli government voted last week to approve Prime Minister Ariel Sharon's Gaza disengagement plan.
In this photo: Or Chaim Nagar
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Nov 02, 2004











United Nations Protest For Gush Katif Oct 10, 2005
Rally For Gush At 770 June 23, 2005
Protest For Gush Katif at UN Sept 11, 2005
Chabad Calls Likud To Vote Down Disengagement 2005

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