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Khalil al-Hamadeen, Sateh el-Bahr Bedouin encampment. Photo by Olivier Fitoussi.

How Israel is trying to bypass the courts and get Bedouin off their land

This article originally appeared in Haaretz – June 4, 2014 [Photo by Olivier Fitoussi]

“Once upon a time there was a house and a guest, a woman, came to visit.” Between a cup of tea and a cup of coffee, this is how Khalil al-Hamadeen began his story in his family’s diwan, or hosting tent, at the Sateh al-Bahr (“Sea Level”) Bedouin encampment…

Article continued on Haaretz.comhttp://www.haaretz.com/news/features/.premium-1.596977.

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