Despite the hard and painful experience, the spirit of the residents of Gush Katif was not broken.
Despite enormous difficulties, they chose to stand strong, over 20 new communities have arisen throughout the country and preserve the same community structures created in Gush Katif and Northern Shomron.
In these localities, the special spirit of Gush Katif and Northern Samaria continues to blow, fostering a sense of continuity and hope.
The Katif Center sees itself as a body that is not only concerned with remembering the past but engages in the enhancement of regrowth processes for Israeli society since the disengagement crisis.
In the center of the Visitors Center in Nitzan one exhibit designed by the artist Aharon, which expresses the idea of growth out of crisis, this exhibit was also adopted as the logo of the Katif Center.
During the visit of former Knesset Speaker Yuli Edelstein, he saw this exhibit and the message it conveys and asked for a copy of it at the Knesset in Jerusalem.