Samarian settlers start evacuating, return to find things stolen

Saturday, July 30, 2005 | 
What will happen when settlers begin leaving their homes in the Gaza Strip? Some Jewish families in Kadim in northern Samaria, one of the four Jewish communities slated for evacuation under the government’s withdrawal plan, had begun the moving process. When they returned to Kadim, their homes had already been broken into and many of their possessions stolen. These residents had agreed to evacuate early to receive their full compensation and $30,000 bonus to help them relocate to Afula. One woman commented that the move was difficult enough without having to worry about being robbed.

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