Official says offending text was deleted from website as soon as it was discovered, leaving NGO to wonder why it had to wait for tip-off before text was removed
Dr. Amal Abu Sa’ad, 42, of Be’er Sheva’s Kaye Academic College of Education, lost her husband last January when he was shot by police during the evacuation of the Bedouin community of Umm al-Hiran. She speaks out about her life and about losing two husbands
Some of these 3,000 individuals in Israel's north have been there for generations, but without building permits or official recognition of their communities, the future often looks grimmer than the past
ISIS Militant Reportedly Burned Alive in Act of Revenge by Members of Bedouin Tribe in Egypt's Sinai
The attack was reportedly caught on camera, along with a threat to other ISIS members that they would suffer the same fate
Some Bedouin villages in the Negev are located near Israeli army firing zones, and at times residents come across unexploded ordnance
Practice had stopped at request of mayor, following Jewish residents’ complaints.
Israel could be home to 36 million people by 2050, according to some forecasts. Prof. Alon Tal explains why irresponsible government policies have created a ticking time bomb, and why the state has to get out of its citizens' bedrooms
Police investigation unit says it can't prove case against police volunteer's shooting of 18-year-old Mazen Abu Habak last year
The criticism comes after the European Union demanded that Israel stop demolishing Palestinian homes in Area C of the West Bank.
While the government talks about 'gaps in protection' among Jewish communities near Gaza, for the Bedouin communities of the region there is no protection at all.