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Tag Archives: Negev

A Stranger in my Homeland

Rawia Aburabia. Photo by Gali Eytan.

Rawia Aburabia, 33, says that even though the situation of Bedouin women is bad, a trend of ‘groundbreaking women’ is taking hold. (Originally published by Ha’aretz – Friday, March 28, 2014) By Ayelett Shani You started out as a social worker. What made you decide to go into law? As a …

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Israel: A taste of Bedouin hospitality- LA Times

A culinary Birthright trip to Israel features a stop at Chan Hashayarot, a Bedouin camp where the food, stories and activities offer a glimpse of another world. July 2012 “Negev Desert, Israel — It was night in the Negev Desert, and our bus driver Mich’ael had just turned onto a narrow dirt …

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