The state has offered to build villages even towns for bedouin before and they are rejected instead the bedouin decide where they want to live and build a village and expect it to be recognized. You put up fance around your apartment block in Tel Aviv if you don't have permission the authorities will pull it down. Bedouin think they can build entire villages anywhere they want and they can stay. Its a modern day version of traditional bedouin culture. In the old days they found a nice spot of desert they set up their tent until they got bored and packed their camel and move on. The bedouin are not interested in areas where the state says they actually believe the entire Negev is bedouin property and so think they can live anywhere they want and something needs to be done about it. As for this specific situation the ILA had to go to court to fight to get the bedouin villages destroyed and eventually the court ruled in their favor and the village was destroyed it was all done through the legal process. You don't have to like the judgement but its legal but an independent court decided against the bedouin thats how it works there is always a winner and always a loser. The bedouin lost and they have no right to be living there the villages was destroyed once legally now they are trying to rebuild and that must be stopped.
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from the article: Police clash with Bedouin attempting to rebuild razed village