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The claim in the article that Mahmoud Zahar has stated that Gaza is no longer occupied is very dubious, especially when just following the opinion of the UN, ICJ etc. that Israel is still the occupying power. Zahar is not talking about the legal status of the territory. He is talking about the fact that there is no Israeli inside the Gaza strip after the withdrawal. Here is the full quote: "Against whom could we demonstrate in the Gaza Strip? When Gaza was occupied, that model was applicable," Zahhar said.