In an article with the title, "Exuberant Palestinians Rush to Gaza as Last Israelis Depart: Some Jewish Synagogues Vandalized In a Day Mostly Free of Violence," The Washington Post provides an account of what occurred to synogagues in Gaza today, after the last Israelis left:
In some of the former settlements, Palestinians scuffled occasionally amid the rubble, prompting police to intervene with batons and warning shots. But the day was largely free of violence, although the former synagogue buildings that the Israeli government decided to leave intact were vandalized with hands and hammers. At least four of the roughly two dozen were set ablaze early in the day.
Take a look, via Powerline, at what happened. To suggest that a picture is worth only a thousand words fails to consider how empty those words can sometimes be.