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With permission and authority the Jewish National Fund, the executive arm of the Israel Land Authority, decided to plant forests in the Negev and turn them into tinder for one of the worst confrontations between the Bedouin and the security forces. Only the naive can believe that planting the trees near the Bedouin villages Mulada and Sawa area was meant to celebrate Tu Bishvat (Jewish Arbor Day) or to improve the ecological fabric of the Negev. In reality this is clearly a political initiative that boasts the title “Protection of State Land” – in other words, a defense against a Bedouin land

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Brooklyn-born chef Ayesha Nurdjaja has created two popular restaurants inspired by visits to Israel. With 'Not Your Average Hummus' and 'shawarma spiced fries,' she’s winning over diners and critics alike Brooklyn-born chef Ayesha Nurdjaja has created two popular restaurants inspired by visits to Israel. With 'Not Your Average Hummus' and 'shawarma spiced fries,' she’s winning over diners and critics alike

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