According to unnamed sources, residents of the Israeli town Kochav Hashachar were delivered notices of eviction this afternoon by the government of Israel. Residents were told that if they leave early and peacefully they will be partially reimbursed for the loss of their homes. Many people we heard about tore up the letter after reading it, some took stronger approaches, but all of them were terribly shaken by the sudden announcement.
Kochav Hashachar is a Yishuv (settlement) located 18 miles North of Jerusalem.
We at Jewneric know that this is not hard evidence and our information for now is only based on hearsay. We will be working hard to provide better coverage of this issue in the the forthcoming days.
Below is a small history of the first Israeli Disengagement: (source Wikipedia)
On August 13, 2005, the Gush Katif region was closed to non-residents, in keeping with the plan to evacuate the Katif bloc. Though effectively violating the Disengagement law which most residents viewed as highly immoral and illegitimate, most settlers did not voluntarily leave their homes or even pack in preparation of the eviction. On August 15, 2005, the forcible evacuation of the Gush Katif settlements began. On August 22, 2005, the residents of the last settlement, Netzarim, were evicted. In essence, many residents returned to pack the contents of their homes and the Israeli government began the destruction of all residential buildings. On September 12, 2005, the Israeli Army withdrew from each settlement up to the Green Line. All public buildings (schools, libraries, community centres, office buildings) as well as industrial buildings, factories and hothouses which could not be taken apart were left intact.