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Evacuating Gush Katif

Supporters
Supporters of Gush Katif settlers line the highway leading out of the Gaza Strip settlements Wednesday, holding signs and waving flags for the long line of settlers streaming out on the first day of forced evacuations. (Brian Vander Brug / LAT)
Settlers
Jewish settlers from Gush Katif look out the windows of a bus taking them toward a different life at the Kissufim Crossing just outside the Green Line in Gaza. (Brian Vander Brug / LAT)
Bus
An evacuation bus driver looks out the orange paint-stained windshield while stopped at the Kissufim Crossing checkpoint . (Brian Vander Brug / LAT)
Infiltrator
A young infiltrator on a bus out of Gush Katif looks out the windows while her compatriot flashes a peace sign at the Kissufim Crossing just outside the Green Line in Gaza. (Brian Vander Brug / LAT)
Settler
A young Jewish settler from Gush Katif photographed in the window of a bus taking her toward a different life at the Kissufim Crossing. (Brian Vander Brug / LAT)
Infiltrator
An infiltrator takes Israeli soldiers to task for their involvement in the disengagement from the window of an evacuation bus. (Brian Vander Brug / LAT)
Protestors
Protesters rest against a concrete barrier at the Kissufim Crossing just outside the Green Line in Gaza after an all-night 15-mile walk from a checkpoint outside the closed military zone. (Brian Vander Brug / LAT)
Sign
Protesters hold a sign suggesting the forced evacuations are akin to the Nazi’s expulsion of Jews in the 1930’s. (Brian Vander Brug / LAT)
Settler
A young Jewish settler from Gush Katif looks out the window of a bus taking him toward the Kissufim Crossing. (Brian Vander Brug / LAT)
Comfort
Gush Katif settlers comfort each other at the Reim highway checkpoint as cars and busses stream out of the Gaza settlements. (Brian Vander Brug / LAT)
Peace
Flashing a peace sign out of the window of an evacuation bus. (Brian Vander Brug / LAT)
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