Nasser Al-Ghawi lives in the street, in a flimsy wooden shack covered with garbage bags and nylon sheeting some 10 feet from the house where he was born. He and his family of five were evicted this April by officers of the Israeli court, accompanied by some 400 Israeli soldiers. A neighbor, Maher Hanoun, was also kicked out, but had the means to rent another house. Al-Ghawi runs a small print shop, and business in these times is slow. He says he cannot afford to move his... More >>>