While Gaza Strip settlers await the government withdrawal planned for July, signs of a violent, if submerged, resistance are apparent in graffiti threats to Ariel Sharon, inviting the prime minister to join his dead wife or Yitzhak Rabin, the former prime minister assassinated in 1995 for his attempts at compromising with the Palestinians. The Guardian’s Conal Urquhart writes a special report on the “Jewish violence” expected to re-emerge this summer as the extreme right-wing fights the plans for disengagement and evacuation.