On August 14, 2005, 10,000 Israeli citizens were relocated from their homes in the Gush Katif region of the Gaza Strip.
For ten days, Israelis and viewers around the world watched Israeli soldiers forcibly carry off the settlers.
At the time, I documented the events known as "the Gaza Disengagement."
Recently I talked to former Gush Katif resident Laurence Beziz about her experiences.
Many of her fellow former residents remain unemployed and are still living in temporary housing.
The Disengagement was supposed to bring peace, but the opposite has happened:
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