Authorities are Planning to Demolish 47 Homes in the Negev Belonging to Arab-Bedouin Citizens

According the Regional Council for the Unrecognized Arab Villages in the Negev (RCUV), authorities are planning to demolish tomorrow (Wednesday, May 8) 47 homes belonging to Arab-Bedouin citizens in the neighborhood of Wadi al-Khalil, near the village of Umm al-Batin in the Negev, southern Israel. The authorities are trying to force the residents of Wadi…

Arab-Bedouin Protest in Jerusalem Demands End of Discrimination

Hundreds of Arab-Bedouins and activists demonstrated outside the Prime Minister’s Office in Jerusalem Sunday morning to protest the Jewish National Fund’s (JNF) forestation work in the Negev. The demonstrators demanded that the government end its “policy of discrimination and neglect.” Arab-Bedouin demonstrators protesting near the Prime Minister Office in Jerusalem, Sunday, January 30, 2020 (Photo:…

Children from the Palestinian Bedouin village of Khan al-Ahmar look on as a bulldozer makes preparations for an access road to be used by Israeli forces in the "imminent evacuation and demolition" of the West Bank hamlet, July 4, 2018.

Israeli Official: “We Have No Plans to Limit Settlement Construction”

Despite the change of administration in the United States, Israel’s settlement building policies in the occupied Palestinian territories will remain largely unchanged, an Israeli government official has told The Times of Israel. The official said that Prime Minister Naftali Bennett’s new government will operate based on the understandings his predecessor Benjamin Netanyahu reached with former…