Israeli sources reported that more than half of the Gaza Strip settlers have already left their houses in the settlement two days before the start of the disengagement plan.

According to the reports most of the Gush Katif settlers will not violently resist the evacuation, unlike the pullout foes that infiltrated the Gaza Strip to disrupt the disengagement.

The army, the report says the army and the police are ready to deal with the worst cases of settler violence, yet it is expected that they will lose control at some point.

Some settlers, on the other hand, refuse to evacuate their settlements like, Nitzarim, Kfar Darom, Shirat Yam, Kfar Yam, and Etzmona.

The anti-pullout movement has setup camps for the protestors that can accommodate around 4000 people in four Gush Katif bloc settlements. These are expected to be the core of the confrontation with the police and the army.

Settlers who are planning to disrupt the pullout, will be equipped with chains to chain themselves to block the roads from one side, while other pullout foes will block the roads from the other side at Kissufim crossing point with car-convoy as instructed by the Yesha Council leaders.

The report also listed names of the settlements in which no resistance is expected and another list of settlements where clashes with the army and police are expected.

Neveh Dikalim settlement, which is inhabited by 490 settler families is expected to have a quite evacuation, especially that 100 families already signed evacuation agreements.  Yet, there are hundreds of non-resident anti-pullout protesters there who are expected to conduct a passive resistance only.

Gani Tal settlement, house to 85v settler families, 75 of them agreed to leave peacefully.

In Morag settlement, around 12 of the 35 settler families there agreed to evacuate voluntarily. Rafiah Yam settlement has 25 families, most of them will leave quietly.

Bi’at Sadeh settlement, which hosts around 110 individuals 70 of them are children, forming 23 families is expected to be among the easy ones.  Most of them will leave by August 15.

The report expects that the settlements of Jadid, which hosts 63 families, to be another easy settlement to evacuate especially that half of the families signed evacuation agreements.

The Gan Or settlement has 55 families, is considered an agricultural settlement.  40 of its families signed evacuation agreements.

The settlement of Katif has 60 families, numbering up to 330 people, 220 of them are children.  A small portion of them signed evacuation agreements, and the rest are expected to resist.  Violence is not expected due to the high number of children in the settlement.

Netzer Hazani, one of the fairly large settlements, numbering 400 people forming 80 families is not expected to have a violent resistance.  25 families singed evacuation agreements.

Bidulah settlement has 33 families, around 220 people.  Few of the families signed evacuation agreements, yet violence is not expected there.

The settlement of Nitzanit, a very large settlement, is home to 240 settler families.  Most of them signed evacuation agreements and no resistance is expected.

More than half of the 85 families in Eli Sinai settlement signed evacuation agreements and the rest are expected to leave quietly.

Most of the 20 families of the small settlement of Dogit are expected to leave easily.  Most of them signed evacuation agreements.

The settlements where violence is expected are less, yet have more settlers.

In Kfar Darom settlement, 350 non-residents joined the 400 inhabitance of the settlement to support their resistance to the evacuation.  None of the residents of this settlement signed the evacuation agreement.

The Shirat Yam settlement which has 16 families, welcomed 200 non-residents and is expected to be one of the rough settlements to evacuate.

Kfar Yam, is a small settlement, inhabited by two families only, who refuse to leave under any cost, as they say.  The settlers there are planning to chain themselves to avoid evacuation.

The 80 families, including around 500 people, of Etzmona settlement, are expected to strongly resist the evacuation.  This settlement was built in 1978 in response to Camp David Agreement in which Israel and Egypt signed a peace treaty.

Most of the residents of the Kerem Etzmona settlement left before the year 2000.  However, some young couples took it over later.  The report say that many pullout foes arrived to the settlement and are expected to hold an ‘unusual resistance.’

Netzarim, originally hosted 25 families, yet the number increased to reach 60 now.  None of it 400 residents signed the evacuation agreement.

The settlement of Tal Katifa is one of the ‘unauthorized’ settlements in the Gaza Strip.  Only a passive resistance is expected there.

Apparently, most of the resistance will come from the new comers who managed to infiltrate the Gaza Strip estimated by 5000 Israelis.

According to United Nations statistics the built up area of the settlements, represent some 25 percent of the Palestinian built up area in the Gaza Strip.

The total number of settlers in the Gaza Strip is around 7700, whereas the Palestinian resident f there is around 1.5 millions.