Settler Attitudes towards Territorial Withdrawal

Settler Attitudes towards Territorial Withdrawal

25 Temmuz 2002

Peace Now found that over two-thirds of Israeli settlers in the occupied territories would obey a democratic decision to withdraw from their communities, while an absolute majority would see financial compensation as the preferred solution to the question of their evacuation. Only a tiny minority of settlers would resist evacuation by all means, while a small minority would refuse any solution involving evacuation._ Further, the new Peace Now study found that the vast majority of settlers chose to live in the occupied territories for 'quality of life' issues, not ideological or religious reasons.Summary results [English] http://www.peacenow.org.il/English.asp[Hebrew] http://www.peacenow.org.il/----Full transcript of the war crimes panel available on the Gush siteFor Hebrew http://www.gush-shalom.org/archives/forum.htmlFor English http://www.gush-shalom.org/archives/forum_eng.htmlFrench available at request Also on the site:photo's - of action or otherwise informative the weekly Gush Shalom ad - in Hebrew and English the columns of Uri Avnery - in Hebrew, Arab and English (and a lot more) http://www.gush-shalom.org* *Palestinian life under occupation, reports and lettersat: http://www.gush-shalom.org/english/index.html Why are the volunteer international observers important?Because the United Nations didn't send its protection force.Information about the International Solidarity Movement - and how to support it in different ways -at http://www.palsolidarity.org/

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