Though postponed this week, the demolition of Umm al-Hiran could take place at any moment. Read more about Protests keep Israel's bulldozers away from Bedouin village
Umm al-Hiran facing demolition as legal pathways exhausted in “dangerous precedent.” Read more about Israel poised to raze Bedouin village so Jews can take land
Israel has demolished unrecognized Beduoin village more than 100 times. Read more about Six years of struggle in al-Araqib
Bedouin communities in the Naqab desert face forcible transfer and urbanization. Read more about "We want to stay"
Israel has razed the Bedouin community of al-Araqib 90 times and counting. Read more about Village refuses to be wiped off the map
Although Umm al-Hiran’s 700 Palestinian residents carry Israeli citizenship, Israel’s high court has approved their eviction to make way for a Jewish-only community. Read more about Israel court approves demolition of Bedouin village to make way for Jews
Eighteen members of one family were left homeless after recent Israeli demolition in the village of Dahmash. Read more about Palestinian village fights to survive as Israel sends in bulldozers
Palestinians don’t need to “embellish” Israel’s “democracy,” says photographer Mohamed Badarne. Read more about Bedouin children defy Israel's bulldozers in Gaza, Haifa art show
A recently published proposal to divide Palestine into provinces would be no more than a continuation of Zionist policies of ethnic cleansing and dispossession of Palestinians. Read more about Could cantonizing Palestine bring peace?
Sami al-Jaar is the 49th Palestinian citizen of Israel killed by police since October 2000, according to rights groups. Read more about Palestinians in Israel call for strike after youth killed by police
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