The Bedouin are perhaps one of the few Arab peoples that have lived in peace in Israel, volunteering for army service rather than joining terrorist outfits. Israel should bend over backwards and prefer to err on the side of generosity rather than evict a single Bedouin. Are there not enough enemies already or is it necessary also to antagonize those that have been loyal to the State? Short-sightedness might be a requirement to serve in the government bureaucracy but surely there is someone at the Cabinet level that is exempt? Moshe Arens wrote eloquently on the Bedouin in Ha'aretz.
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from the article: Israel to forcibly evict Bedouins from West Bank