They're going to have no idea what hit them. Zoning? Infrastructure? I have a house and a well, what exactly is the problem? Is there any reason the Israeli government can't just leave them alone? I understand that they can be a nuisance to nearby communities, stealing electricity and such, but this sort of forced relocation is something that shouldn't be attempted unless it's absolutely necessary. And I don't view electrical thieves as requiring deportation. Disclaimer: I have no idea if they actually do steal electricity. It's an accusation I've heard leveled against them. I have not heard it from a reputable source, and if it's false I apologize. Any readers should do their own research and not just take my word for it, although that really goes without saying anyway.
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from the article: Netanyahu's office promoting plan to relocate 30,000 Bedouin