Amnesty International Israel is organizing a visit to the Arab-Bedouin community in the Negev including a meeting with the residents of the villages of Atir and Umm al-Hiran who face imminent risk of forced eviction.
The tour will be conducted on Thursday November 17, 2016 between 10am and 6 pm.
The tour will include stops at four villages Wadi an-Na’am, Az-Zarnuk, Atir and Umm al-Hiran as well as the township of Hura. “You will have the opportunity to get to know Bedouin residents through a meeting with representatives of the community. This tour is an opportunity for you to directly engage with the Negev Bedouin community and to learn more about the Israeli policy towards Bedouin villages” said a spokeswoman for Amnesty.
The bus will depart from Tel Aviv – Arlozorov Station on Thursday November 17 at 10am and will return at 6pm. There may be a stop in Jerusalem if necessary.
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