It is obvious that the folks at Haaretz do not come across many evacuees in person, but only through their lawyers and representatives. these folks are paid to do a job, which is to squeeze as much out of the gov't that they can, they probably work on commission. One day while waiting on line at my local organic food store. I fell into conversation with two hippies standing behind me. I discovered that they lived in Gaza, evacuees. They were doing quite well, the one with the long blonde locks, was teaching wind-surfing not far from Givat Olga, actually. which takes me to Olga. A town just 12 kilometers from my home. It is one of the last nearly untouched stretches of coastline. Historically poor it is becoming gentrified. It is easy to understand how a small group of people would want to pressure the state into giving them the rights to own some of Israel's most sought after land. I would suspect that the vast majority of "evacuees" are getting along wonderfully.
Yemen's Houthi rebels commit to peace plan in letter to UN chief, BBC reports (Haaretz)
from the article: The never-ending evacuation