Planned as far back as 2003, Israel’s disengagement from Gaza took place in 2005. The move effectively "gave up" the land to the Palestinians to administer by forcibly removing all Israelis from the territory. In theory, it was a move that should have helped smooth relations and augment peace. Rather, a finding by human rights organizations in 2008 cite that conditions in Gaza are at their lowest levels since Israel seized control in 1967. The report describes the unemployment, homelessness, hunger and infrastructure failures within Gaza and turns the blame on Israel for not having provided where Hamas failed.