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EU passes resolution blasting Israel over plans for Bedouin neighborhood
The European Union passed a resolution condemning Israel and instructing the country not to demolish the Bedouin neighborhood of Khan al-Ahmar, whose 180 residents Israel wants to relocate.
Overcoming another challenge with Israeli Druze
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu wants to resolve the crisis with the Druze community as quickly as possible and place the debate over the nation-state law in its natural frame: between left and right.
The real story behind the Jahalin Bedouin in Khan al Ahmar
The community’s traditional culture and clan-based lifestyle will be fully protected and insulated from outside influences in a location only four miles away that provides electricity, running water, a government-built school and many other basic modern “conveniences.”
Clashes erupt as Israel prepares to demolish illegal Bedouin encampment
Protesters and residents of Khan al-Ahmar in the Judean Desert try to block construction equipment from paving an access road to facilitate the demolition; rocks were thrown at officers.
How can Israel bring order from anarchy among the Negev Bedouin?
Ariel Ben Solomon
“The state has the choice between appeasing the Bedouin and coercing them to obey the state law,” says Dr. Mordechai Kedar, a research associate at Bar-Ilan University’s Begin-Sadat Center for Strategic Studies and a leading scholar on Arab culture.
Israeli police crack down on weapons after Bedouin video of M-16 shootings at wedding
The groom and members of the wedding party were brought in for questioning by police. Police said they seized “unprecedented” numbers of illegal weapons in 2017, “especially in Arab communities.”