The cause of the Bedouins in the Naqab

Since the occupation of Israel to Palestine, the bi place was left without ambitions and greed to grab more land and expel as many people.

The Naqab desert was no exception but a determination. From the 1.25 million Dunums of land that was registered for Arab Bedouin during the mandate period. The struggle of the Bedouins today does not exceed the demand of 125 thousand Dunoms of ownership. A systematic expulsion policy continued; in 1951, the Bedouins were expelled; later, new laws were designed to keep them away. The absent present law, the unrecognized villages ….. today 45 towns with more than 56 percent of the population of the Naqab live in unrecognized villages…

One can only imagine what this means… no services, schools, healthcare, hygiene, ……

Yet…. the struggle to survive to continue with inspiration

P.s we are talking about Israeli citizens here!

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