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A long way from home

The upcoming sale of the veteran absorption center in Mevaseret Zion marks the end of an era, and poses difficulties for its last residents.

veteran absorption center in Mevaseret Zion
Photo by: NAAMA BARAK
Galagey Taphara faces an uncertain future.

He came to Israel from Ethiopia with his family 10 years ago, and the place that was his home for the past seven years, the Mevaseret Zion absorption center, has now been put up for sale.



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