Bedouin families in Israel's north are stuck in tin shacks while authorities quibble
Misgav Regional Council insists that Salah Swaed's home is located in Carmiel's municipal boundary, but Carmiel rejects that claim. 'Who do we belong to?', he asks.
Salah Swaed hugs his 10-year-old son Firas and talks about his struggle to realize his dream and be allowed to build a home he can live in with his family. Swaed, 31, a father of four, is one of four brothers and five cousins who live in tin shacks in conditions that cannot be described as suitable for the 21st century, at the edge of the Jalassa neighborhood in the town of Kamana, a Bedouin village on the Kamun...
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