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 [...]
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After 3 years of fighting on behalf of the residents in the Northern Sharon/Shomron region to have illegal highly polluting charcoal kilns closed down, the Supreme Court last week ruled in Regavim's favor and ordered the Civil Administration to enforce the law and have them shut down. Outside the Supreme Court building a protest was [...]
Ari Briggs — International Relations Director of Regavim interviewed by IBA English News on situation in the Negev after the Regavim Public Forum held during Sukkot 2012 in Jerusalem as part of Regavim’s Emergency Campaign to Save the Negev.
Dr. Seth Frantzman speaking about the academic issues related to the Bedouin in the Negev at the Regavim Public Forum held Sukkot 2012 as part of the Emergency Campaign to Save the Negev.
Jerusalem Post – 15th July 2012 By ARI BRIGGS Illegal and unregulated production of charcoal, illegal due to the fact that the businesses are not registered and take place on land zoned for agriculture or in some cases on government land, is causing sever health consequences for our children. Most disturbing is [...]
Jerusalem Post - In the beginning of the twentieth century, a group of Zionist Jews acquired a parcel of land measuring around 160 acres (65 hectares) in the Negev, in the area of Moshav Nabatim, between Beersheba and Dimona. It was registered in the names of the purchasers in the Land Registry of the British [...]
Jerusalem Post 6th September, 2012 In the middle of the Arab uprising of 1936, the Jewish settlement of Kfar Hittim in the Gallil was established, on 2000 dunam of land which the Jewish National Fund had purchased in 1905. David Ben Gurion, who was then the head of the Jewish Yishuv, gave his tacit approval, [...]