Livni: No Regrets on Forcibly Expelling Nearly 10,000 Jews From Gaza and Giving their Property to Islamic Terrorists


(IsraelNN.com) “I was a full party to the decision about the evacuation and so I see myself as sharing full responsibility for the fate of the evacuees,” Opposition Leader Tzipi Livni said Sunday. Livni spoke to reporters at Nitzan, where a permanent community is being built for the families expelled from Gush Katif.

Livni led a tour of Kadima members among the expellee communities in southern Israel.



Asked if the Disengagement was a mistake, she answered: “Absolutely not. The State of Israel needs to decide, and we are not yet past this decision process... Even among those who say that this was a mistake, there is no one who says that we should now return to settle Gaza and return full Israeli control of Gaza.” She added that in her opinion, the Jews living in Gaza would have eventually been evicted anyways, even if the Disengagement had not taken place.

“It is the duty of Israeli governments, no matter what the [political makeup], to enable each of these families, to the extent possible, to bring matters back to the way they were in a different place," she added. "It is very complicated; it is not simple.”



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