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May 7, 2013 1:22 am

Knesset Panel Advances Plan to Regulate Bedouin Settlement

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Bedouins in the Sinai desert. Photo: wiki commons.

JTA – A Knesset committee advanced a plan that would require the resettlement of some 30,000 Bedouin.

The draft ratified Monday by the Ministerial Legislation Committee regulates Bedouin settlements in the Negev Desert. Along with requiring the resettlement of the Bedouin, the Law of Arrangement of Bedouin Settlement in the Negev — also known as the Prawer-Begin Plan — would resolve some 12,000 land claims, Army Radio reported.

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  • jerry hersch

    I find it interesting that illegal unrecognized village of Yitzhar is allowed to remain untouched just south of Nablus.
    Guess Jews can settle anywhere –but if it is someone elses ancestral area they are forced out.

  • jerry hersch

    The Palestinians claim they were forced out in 1948-Israel says they left voluntarily.
    I guess this latest action proves the Palestinian version.

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