In the Israeli election of January 2003, the secular centrist Shinui party increased its number of seats to 15, making it the third largest party in the Knessest. With the support of the Mafdal party for Shinui, Shinui had to be included in the government. Tommy Lapid, the head of the Shinui party, stated the key policies of the party were reducing the influence of the Jewish right in Israeli society, cutting welfare payments to ultra-orthodox Jewish families, and withdrawing Israeli settlements in the Gaza strip.
There is an extension for the ELS phrase will evacuate the Gush, of the previous table The extensions is with Lapid. As well we see that the text of verse within the table specifies the houses of the villages in the Gush.