The Fall of Gush Katif – and of Donald Trump [VIDEO]


Exactly 11 years ago, I stood on the sands of Gush Katif, Gaza, doing my best to defend the homes of the good 9,000 people who had been sent by the government to secure the southern border within Gaza, and who loyally fulfilled their mission, creating thriving farming communities in the process.

It was a highly unpopular cause to take upon, as a journalist, as an intellectual, as an average Israeli. Few friends could understand my passionate opposition to an operation that I knew in my heart was morally and strategically wrong, an opposition that took years to crystallize intellectually in the form of my novel, “>novel and “>The Settler will be free to the public on August 15, 2016, the solar anniversary of the Gaza pullout. Watch the remixed version of “Home Lives in My Song”: