Is it possible to state the unequivocal anymore? The article states: "Palestinian residents are bitter because they say they feel they are being pushed off their land." In addition to bad style, this statment reeks of relativistic fence-riding. Palestinian families are living and have been living in these homes. The State evicts them out using "laws" that are not applied to Jewish citizens. Settlers are then moved the. The Palestinians' families' feelings or perceptions don't have anything to do with it, THEY ARE BEING PUSHED OFF THEIR LAND.
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