Israeli Settlers Vary In Response to Retraction Plan

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Israel plans to evacuate and dismantle some settlements in the Gaza Strip and West Bank this summer. In two of the West Bank settlements, the residents have diverse attitudes about being uprooted. Some insist that they will not cooperate with the evacuation order, but others are ready and willing to leave.

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