Bedouin communities in the Naqab desert face forcible transfer and urbanization. Read more about "We want to stay"
Many young Palestinian citizens of Israel have been radicalized over the past few years. Read more about Why Palestinians should unite to support Naqab protests
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?
Water is abundant in a nearby Jewish-only settlement, yet the Palestinians of al-Araqib are deprived of basic services. Read more about How Israel forces Bedouins to live in a graveyard
Israeli forces have razed al-Araqib village dozens of times, but Bedouin residents vow to remain. Read more about In photos: Israeli bulldozers raze Bedouin community
Israel has been trying to transform indigenous farmers into an “urban proletariat” since at least the 1960s. Read more about New SodaStream factory could help destroy Bedouin agriculture
Israel will soon put a plan to forcibly displace up to 40,000 Palestinian Bedouins on its statute books. Read more about "This time they destroyed everything": Uprooted Bedouins face more evictions
The Canada Revenue Agency is questioned on the legality of JNF’s charitable status. Read more about Internal documents show Canadian tax agency protected Jewish National Fund from scrutiny
As campaign fever grips Israel, many of its Palestinian citizens are angry at being disenfranchised. Read more about Israel denies Bedouins right to elect representatives
Palestinian Bedouin residents of Ramiya are being pressured by the Israeli government to leave their ancestral lands and relocate. Read more about Bedouins treated as "invisible citizens" vow to remain in Galilee