"Immediate Danger"? - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • ARTH
    • 15.07.13 | 17:51 (IDT)

    No danger at all... If one thinks that living in Rahat, or worse, Tel Sheva, is better than that places where these bedouin live now, that one is truly dillusional. The best policy option would be to recognize the unrecognized cities and connect them to the water system and the electrical power grid. Then the issue of "squalor" would be resolved. If they are transferred to so called "proper cities," I am certain that the magnitude of the "squalor" in which they live will only increase geometrically.

    from the article: Every Jew should see the Bedouin issue as test of Israel's moral values
    First published 10:40 15.07.13 | Last updated 10:40 15.07.13
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