Bedouin

Israel exploring ways to "lower birthrate" of Bedouins, says minister

Yair Shamir’s latest comments are part of a long history of anti-Palestinian racism among Israeli politicians.

Palestinian Bedouin homes demolished by Israel

More than eight months after Israel cancelled a plan to displace tens of thousands of Palestinian Bedouins, housing demolitions continue without pause.

Israel's Iron Dome doesn't cover Bedouins

Bedouin villages in the Negev defenseless after Israeli high court denies them bomb shelters and Iron Dome protection.

New SodaStream factory could help destroy Bedouin agriculture

Andrew Beale
20 February 2014

Israel has been trying to transform indigenous farmers into an “urban proletariat” since at least the 1960s.

Last Palestinian family vows to remain as Israel gentrifies historic Haifa neighborhood

Patrick O. Strickland
Haifa
3 January 2014

The Abbas family has lived in Haifa’s Wadi al-Siyah for more than 100 years.

Why are Israel's worst racists welcome in European Parliament?

David Rotem, a recent guest in the European Parliament, can make vile statements about Palestinians without fear of censure.

Farmer in Palestinian "breadbasket" works in Israeli settlement to survive

Jillian Kestler-D'Amours
Jordan Valley
16 September 2013

The Oslo accords have left Jordan Valley communities without access to vital resources.

Israel’s ongoing “sociocide” in the Naqab

The village of al-Araqib in the Naqab/Negev demolished for the 54th time since 2010. Nasser Rego talks about ongoing forced displacement of Palestinian Bedouins.

Zionists massacred Bedouins in 1948, threaten them again today

Nasser Rego
Nazareth
20 August 2013

The village of al-Araqib is a living testament to how the Nakba never stopped.

Beautiful normality of Gaza's people shines in new book

Sarah Irving
23 July 2013

Louisa Waugh isn’t afraid to demolish stereotypes about Palestine or to criticize “do-gooders” from the West.

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