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Orange alert

As Israel prepares to withdraw from Gaza, pigment gets political

COLOR ME RESISTANT. An Israeli policeman arrests an opponent of Israel's disengagement plan from the Gaza Strip, Aug. 8. Anti-withdrawal activists have adopted orange as their color, while the government supporters embrace the blue of the Israeli flag.
COLOR ME RESISTANT. An Israeli policeman arrests an opponent of Israel's disengagement plan from the Gaza Strip, Aug. 8. Anti-withdrawal activists have adopted orange as their color, while the government supporters embrace the blue of the Israeli flag. (AFP/Getty Images) AFP/Getty Images
By Boris Fishman
August 14, 2005

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THE ISRAELI WITHDRAWAL from the Gaza Strip, scheduled to begin tomorrow, has provoked ferocious opposition from those who view it as a concession to Palestinian terrorism. There have been periodic warnings of civil war, but, as of press time, the only war to break out in Israel has been between colors: anti-disengagement forces are orange, whereas the government's supporters are ... (Full article: 1018 words)

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