Posts Tagged ‘Bedouin’

Response to the resignation of Former Minister Benny Begin.

Written by regavim on . Posted in About Regavim, Negev, News, Newsletter

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  12th December 2013 Press Release Regavims' response to the resignation of Former Minister Benny Begin.   Former Minister Begin’s decision to resign, must be seized by the government as an opportunity to change the Begin plan and make it an improved and more just solution for all citizens of Israel, especially the Bedouins in [...]

Bedouin Myth #1 – Indigenous?

Written by regavim on . Posted in Bedouin Myths, Negev, Newsletter

  Around twenty-five years ago, a global discussion began surrounding the term “indigenous peoples” as it relates to ethnic minorities around the world.  International law however began to address the issue of indigenous peoples as far back as the 17th century, and by and large the matter was left to the discretion of the particular [...]

Pesach Newsletter – Negev Update

Written by regavim on . Posted in Court Rulings, Negev, News, Newsletter

Mark holding title deeds to Al Zarnog

The key sentence for our work in the Negev is “to bring the State back to the Negev”. We believe that sovereignty is not a theoretical matter and if it is not enforced – it doesn’t exist. Consequently, we believe that the key to changing the situation in the Negev and to solving the conflict [...]

Suspicion: Bedouin Helped Hamas Pinpoint Negev Targets – INN – 27th Nov. 2012

Written by regavim on . Posted in Articles in the Press, Negev, News

  Video shows Bedouin thieves in ATVs driving freely among IDF tanks in Negev military zones.   By Gil Ronen Elements within the defense establishment suspect that Bedouin from the Negev relayed information to Hamas and Islamic Jihad in Gaza during Operation Pillar of Defense,according to Maariv. It is believed that the Bedouin roamed about in [...]

FORUM, ON-SITE VISIT TACKLE SHARP EROSION OF CONTROL IN THE SOUTH

Written by regavim on . Posted in Emergency Campaign to save the Negev - Sukkot 2012, Negev, News

FORUM, ON-SITE VISIT TACKLE SHARP EROSION OF CONTROL IN THE SOUTH (Jerusalem, Israel) – The non-profit research institute Regavim conducted two events over the Sukkot week focusing on the sharp rise of squatting and illegal settling of vast tracts of land in the country’s Negev region. An emergency public forum, under the title of “Which [...]