Adding insult to injury...
Sadly, the following report by IMRA should come as no surprise:
The Palestinian Authority admitted in an official document published that today parts of Gush Katif, the former Jewish communities of Gaza, are now "training camps" for terror groups.
In what some expelled Jewish residents of the area called the "ultimate insult," Hamas leaders said they turned Neve Dekalim into a "martyr training camp" and have used the territory to launch rockets into Israel.
Where are the homes being built to house all of the Arab "refugees"?
Where are the signs of industry and employment that were meant to allow these Arabs to begin living a respectable life?
On the flip side of the coin, not only did the government of Israel know full well that this would be the end result of the expulsion of 10,000 Jews from their homes, but they have also managed to destroy the Jews of Gush Katif and the Shomron (which was likely part of their plan, as the Jews of Gush Katif stood for all that the Government of Israel has come to scorn - a love for the People of Israel, the Land of Israel and the Torah of Israel):
...The massive unemployment, together with the trauma of having been forced out of their communities, has taken its toll on the residents. Divorce rates are skyrocketing. Parents, who spend much of their days watching television and climbing the walls, have lost control of their children.
The child refugees of Gaza are perhaps the worst hit by the expulsions. Violence among the youths is high and rising. Drug abuse, which was negligible in their communities in Gaza, is on the rise. Two empty mobile homes were locked after they were found to contain drug paraphernalia. So the party moved elsewhere. Nitzan is prime territory for drug dealers looking for easy prey.
To make matters even worse (courtesy of Jerusalem Post):
On the eve of disengagement, a massive government public relations campaign maintained that "there is a solution for each evacuee." Today, more than 100 days after nearly 9,000 Israelis were uprooted, it emerges that there is no solution for many of the evacuees, and indeed there never was.
Many Israelis are indifferent, if not downright hostile to the plight of these fellow citizens. The daily Hatzofeh newspaper recently found a novel way of gauging sentiment by launching a fictional initiative to house evacuees in Tel Aviv. Its make-believe real-estate office, it reported, was inundated with antagonistic responses, hotly opposing the introduction of personas-non-grata into the city.
For generations a Jew knew that no matter where in the world he was, he could always count on his fellow Jews for help. When did this change? How is it that we have become so cruel and uncaring towards our brothers? How is it that we are able to sleep at night and go on living our lives, knowing full well that thousands upon thousands of our brothers and sisters are suffering through the (willful?) neglect of the government of the Jewish State of Israel?
If we can't find away to live together as "one nation in the Land", then we have no future here, as we don't have the strength to fight both against ourselves and the the hundreds of millions of Muslims / Arabs who seek our destruction.
It's time for a new "Peace Process" - between Jew and Jew.