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    • Lauren
    • 08.08.10 | 17:00 (IDT)

    A few more "missing" details. This is an on-going legal process with many stages and appeals still pending. For further clarification, prior to 1951, these Bedouin families lived at Al Arakib and were removed by the government for "6 months" , with the promise they'd be able to return following military maneuvers on their land. In the early 90's, the land being idle, they returned to their lands, to which they claim ownership going back to Ottoman and British rule . The local cemetery has some gravestones proving dates; as many didn't know how to read and write, not all are clearly marked. They are willing, despite tradition, to open a grave and have the remains scientifically studied to show the dates of burial. As the land is in dispute, as in other Bedouin villages, they cannot receive building permits These are peace-loving people, citizens of Israel and the states is sadly turning them into enemies.

    from the article: Displacing the Bedouin
    First published 01:17 08.08.10 | Last updated 01:17 08.08.10
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