"It's frustrating that they can manage to get us out of the home but they can't get us into one." Uprooted jewish settler Moshe Gopin-Geffen, originally of Brookline, Mass., stands in the field where he and other displaced settlers are waiting to build their permanent homes in a new community in Amatsya, Israel, Thursday Aug. 28, 2008. Three years after being uprooted in Israel's disengagement from the Gaza Strip, Gopin-Geffin is waiting for a permanent living solution. Photo by David Goldman. (image by David Goldman)
"It's frustrating that they can manage to get us out of the home but they can't get us into one." Uprooted jewish settler Moshe Gopin-Geffen, originally of Brookline, Mass., stands in the field where he and other displaced settlers are waiting to build their permanent homes in a new community in Amatsya, Israel, Thursday Aug. 28, 2008. Three years after being uprooted in Israel's disengagement from the Gaza Strip, Gopin-Geffin is waiting for a permanent living solution. Photo by David Goldman.
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