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Neot Hovav, an “eco-industrial park in the Negev,” October 2017. Alex Levac

Gideon Levy Highway 40 Revisited: As the Landscape Changes, So Do the People

West of Highway 40, south of Be'er Sheva, one finds a high-tech 'eco-industrial park'; to the east, Bedouin settlements. Then comes Mitzpeh Ramon, surely Israel's most diverse town. Part three of a series

Near Be’er Sheva and more intensely afterward, the land turns yellow and the landscape metamorphoses rapidly. The cascades of...

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