Sa-Nur (Hebrew: שָׂא נוּר, lit. Flame Carrier) was an Israeli settlement in the northern West Bank under the administrative jurisdiction of Shomron Regional Council until 2005. Prior to its demolition, Sa-Nur was home to 43 families.
In September 2005 its 105 residents were evicted and Israel Defense Forces soldiers began dismantling Sanur as part of Israeli disengagement from Gaza. The demolition of Sa-Nur and Homesh marked the end of the central part of the disengagement plan. The only remaining structure, a synagogue, was buried.
Attempts to rebuild
Since the demolition, religious Zionist groups have attempted to return to Sa-Nur, in order to rebuild the community. On 8 May 2008, following a permitted Independence Day rally in Homesh, a group of 150 set off at night for Sa-Nur, including many former residents.
In late July 2018, 200 settlers, supported by Bayit Yehudi MKs Shuli Mualem-Rafaeli and Bezalel Smotrich, revisited the area as part of a plan to challenge the Disengagement Plan which led to the settlement's dismantlement. 
- About the Council- general background Archived 2007-11-06 at the Wayback Machine. Shomron Regional Council
- Thousands at Homesh; Dozens Attempt to Rebuild Sa-Nur Israel National News May 9, 2008
- Q&A: The Gaza Withdrawal CTV, 12 September 2005
- Israel completes settler withdrawal plan CNN, 23 August 2005
- IDF 'Buries' Synagogue in Evacuated Settlement of Sa-Nur
- Security Forces Begin Eviction in Sa-Nur
- Security forces evacuated settler families from Sa-Nur
- Elisha Ben-Kimon, 'Settlers mark 13 years to evacuation with return to Sa-Nur,' Ynet 24 July 2018.