Here is another take on the refugees rebuilding process. Two problems that I have with the writer’s perspective; One problem I see is that, since the refugee families have been robbed at legal gunpoint by the government of Israel of their homes and possessions and have little hope of seeing any of the “compensation”, how are they able to move on? Rebuilding takes money and credit, all of which they have been stripped of by the Sharon regime.
The other problem with the “Humpty Dumpty” premise is, as seems indicated in The Dispersal Plan , that the secular government of Israel so fears “… such strong tribes, so strong they became known for providing the armed forces with the finest, most dedicated, most skilled soldiers, or that they would bring to the country much needed cash from their export industries. The potent Judea, Samaria and Gaza communities are not what Sharon and the secular Zionists had in mind.”