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Sara Zweig visited the grave of her sister, Ahuva, in the cemetery in Gush Katif.
Sara Zweig visited the grave of her sister, Ahuva, in the cemetery in Gush Katif. (Globe Photo / Nadav Neuhaus, Zuma Press) Globe Photo / Nadav Neuhaus, Zuma Press

More trauma likely in Gaza reburial plan

By Dan Ephron
Globe Correspondent / March 3, 2005

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Sara Zweig wasn't in the car when her sister, driving home to her Jewish settlement in the Gaza Strip, was shot dead by Palestinians three years ago last month. But she suffers from the lingering trauma of having heard the gunfire. (Full article: 1039 words)

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