"Looking back, if they told me they needed people to die for Gush Katif, I would have volunteered." Uprooted jewish settler Shay Levi only wears a black yamulke as a sign of mourning since being evicted from his home in Gush Katif in the Gaza Strip three years ago. He sits in his temporary home in Ein Tsurim, Israel, Wednesday Sept. 3, 2008. Levi, like many other settlers, is waiting for a permanent living solution. Photo by David Goldman. (image by David Goldman)
"Looking back, if they told me they needed people to die for Gush Katif, I would have volunteered." Uprooted jewish settler Shay Levi only wears a black yamulke as a sign of mourning since being evicted from his home in Gush Katif in the Gaza Strip three years ago. He sits in his temporary home in Ein Tsurim, Israel, Wednesday Sept. 3, 2008. Levi, like many other settlers, is waiting for a permanent living solution. Photo by David Goldman.
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