February 11, 2013

A Middle-Class Paradise in Palestine?

Could it survive its isolation, though — could this hilltop off of a two-lane highway get enough water and electricity to support 45,000 people living at a middle class standard? “There is nothing here at all. We’re out in the boondocks,” he conceded. “We’re building everything from scratch.” One needed only to glance at the busy construction site below to understand that Masri considers this a point of pride, far from a potential death-sentence for his project.

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