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In Gaza Settlement, Israelis Acquiescing To a Quiet Exodus

In the villas and small, prefabricated homes along Shizaf Street live the government clerks and factory workers, police officers and religious counselors who have settled these sandy hilltops over the years, many at the Israeli government’s request. Today, from the iron entrance gate to the padlocked community pool, there are signs of an impending exodus from this Jewish settlement. Zeev Klein packs up the home on Shizaf Street where he has lived for 15 years. His apricot trees are shriveling for lack of water. A block down the street, a crane lifts potted palms from the Shitrit family’s front yard, loading them onto a flatbed truck as a worker pulls red tiles from the roof. The Dadons have hired a lawyer to negotiate what the government owes them for leaving. Full Story

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