If you haven't driven from Beer Sheva to Dimona recently, then you should do that before you comment on the Bedoin situation. The policy of leaving them to themselves except for the occasional expulson and demolition is impossible to maintain. There are 100's of encampments spread williy-nilly throughout the Negev and they are all growing rapidly. They operate as a state witin a state, unconnected to the main electricity and water systems. No proper education for there children, continued practise of polygomy means very large numbers of children and very little supervision or support. You may say this is their culture and tradition but it is unstaintnable in the vast numbers they have reached. The problems of theft and violence are growing and the Negev is turning into the wildwest.
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