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As Pullout Nears, Israeli Settlers Moving In to Build a Community

This Israeli settlement of artists and immigrants in the bleached hills of the northern West Bank is a place without a future. The Israeli army is due to arrive in just over two months to remove the few dozen families who live in trailers, tents and a handful of stucco homes set on a hillside bristling with pine and cypress trees. Ruth Sariel is not worried. She arrived last week with her husband and two of her 10 children, moving into a tent beneath cell phone towers and a military guard post. Sariel is here to defend Sanur from the Israeli government, which over the years encouraged Jewish settlement in Palestinian territories occupied by Israel in the 1967 Middle East war. Full Story

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