Kfar Yam (Hebrew: כפר ים) was a small outpost and one of the Gaza Strip Israeli Settlements abandoned in Israel's 2005 disengagement plan. It was a non-religious community established in 1983, and had a population of 10 (4 families). The community was established on abandoned land which used to be a holiday village for officers of the occupying Egyptian Army.
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