Israel plans to remove all Gaza settlements and four in the West Bank. Prime Minister Ariel Sharon detailed his plan to disengage Israel from the Palestinians for the first time Monday, in a slew of pre-Passover media interviews. “There are still details left to work out, but I believe our intention is to leave all of them,” Sharon told Army Radio, referring to Gaza’s 21 settlements. He added: “We are talking about four settlements in Samaria,” referring to the northern West Bank. Ha’aretz named the four West Bank settlements slated for removal as Kadim, Ganim, Sah-nur and Homesh.
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