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Liberman blasts Netanyahu for not razing Bedouin village in light of ICC probe

Likening him to UK’s Chamberlain on eve of World War II, Yisrael Beytenu leader says PM caved to international pressure to no benefit By TOI staff23 December 2019, 7:50 pm The West Bank Bedouin community of Khan al-Ahmar, October 21, 2018. (AP/Majdi Mohammed) MK Avigdor Liberman on Monday lambasted the …

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India Donates Solar Lamps to Palestinian School Children

By Ayush Verma/ Updated On Tue, Dec 17th, 2019 India has donated solar-powered study lamps to Palestinian elementary school children from a marginalised Bedouin community India has donated solar-powered study lamps to Palestinian elementary school children from a marginalised Bedouin community to spread the principles of self-sufficiency and raise awareness …

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Netanyahu’s annexation of Jordan Valley already a reality, say Palestinians | Middle East Eye

Amid a flush of pale orange light, the eastern slopes of the West Bank mountains flow down towards the Jordan Valley at noon. At the foot of the desert hills lie the scattered zinc houses and tents of a Bedouin camp.  Several schoolgirls walking down a dirt road pass by a little …

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IN-DEPTH REPORT: Israel to establish refugee displacement camps for tens of thousands of Palestinian Bedouin citizens

On Int’l Human Rights Day, Adalah releases new report exposing Israel’s plan to ‘urgently’ evict Palestinian Bedouin in the Naqab (Negev) from their homes with no permanent, just housing solutions. Israel is taking the first steps towards establishing refugee displacement camps to house tens of thousands of Palestinian Bedouin citizens …

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LPHR files OECD Guidelines complaint against JCB for involvement in human rights breaches in the occupied Palestinian territory

10th December 2019 Lawyers for Palestinian Human Rights (LPHR), has today filed a comprehensive evidence-based human rights complaint against JCB, a world-leading construction equipment company headquartered in Britain, to the UK National Contact Point for the OECD Guidelines for Multinational Enterprises (situated in the Department of International Trade). The complaint …

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Netanyahu Has No Chance of Forming Gov’t Even After Third Election, Senior Likud Official Says

Meanwhile, kingmaker Lieberman says he has come under ‘a campaign of pressure and enticement’ to join narrow government led by Netanyahu Chaim Levinson and Hagar Shezaf |  Dec 10, 2019 3:55 PM Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s major rival in Likud, Gideon Sa’ar, said Tuesday that the premier won’t be able to …

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Netanyahu’s annexation of Jordan Valley already a reality, say Palestinians | Middle East Eye

Amid a flush of pale orange light, the eastern slopes of the West Bank mountains flow down towards the Jordan Valley at noon. At the foot of the desert hills lie the scattered zinc houses and tents of a Bedouin camp.  Several schoolgirls walking down a dirt road pass by a little …

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Why are British Jews opening their doors to far-right settler groups?

Settler NGO Regavim’s racist legal actions and fear-inducing public relations invert the facts of Israel’s occupation and incite against Palestinians. By Eliot Cohen | December 5, 2019 Israelis settlers and right wing activists attend a march in E1 from the Israeli settlement of Ma’ale Adumim on February 13, 2014, protesting …

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Welcome toKhan Al-Ahmar

Just 5 miles east of occupied Jerusalem is the Palestinian-Bedouin village of Khan Al-Ahmar. Home to 32 families, the village is facing threats of demolition by Israeli soldiers who have been given the green light by Israel’s Supreme Court to raze Palestinian homes in Khan Al-Ahmar to the ground.  For …

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Sadu weaving in Kuwait .. genuine reflection of desert life

By Shaima Al-Ruwaished A bedouin woman spinning the wool KUWAIT, Nov 7 (KUNA) — Sadu weaving is one of the traditional handicrafts that were popular among women who used to live in the desert in the past, a genuine reflection of their surrounding environment. “Sadu weaving is one the ancient …

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