This is just a consequence of Israel's long-held strategy to push Bedouins out of their ancestral lands in the Negev. Hundreds of towns where 10% of Israeli Arabs live are still unrecognized by the government, even if their existence predates that of the state itself. They are denied water, electricity, postal service, schools and any other basic service with the only aim of pushing them out and supplanting them with Jews, so there will be no risk of autonomy calls for this strategic region.
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from the article: Negev councilor cuts off 4,000 Bedouin's water supply
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