Protesters say Jewish residents of Negev kibbutz are pressing authorities to demolish illegally built homes in adjacent Bedouin village.
Only a fraction of Al-Kasom's residents in Israel's northern Negev desert are registered to vote due to a land dispute and the insistence of many on sticking with tribal linked identification cards seen as a safer bet to avoid losing property.
Civil Administration tears down buildings constructed in 2012 as living quarters without permits, according to sources.
Israeli Border Police Volunteer Suspected of Fatally Shooting Bedouin Youth; Incident Concealed From Public
Mazan Abu Habak, 18, was brought to hospital in February suffering from a gunshot wound following a high-speed car chase with Border Police. Justice Ministry probing incident, but has yet to summon volunteers involved for questioning.
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Welfare services find man in community of Hura, days after another Bedouin claimed his family kept him locked in shack for years.
Police found man, 43, neglected but stable, who may have been in captivity for five years; family says he'd been violent toward children.
More than 100 students are enrolled in the school in Khan al-Ahmar, which has become a symbol for the West Bank's Bedouin community. The structure was built in 2009, but local residents claim they were unable to obtain a permit due to Israeli policy.
Interior Ministry decided to deny residents the right to vote in local elections because their identity cards give their tribal affiliation rather than their place of residency.
Sami al-Jaar was shot by a police officer in December 2015, sparking widespread protests.