Clashes in Southern Israel Are a Ticking Time Bomb for Bennett Government

The showdown between the State of Israel and local Bedouin over a tract of land in the south is just the latest chapter in an ongoing struggle – but one that could bring down Bennett's government

Anshel Pfeffer
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Anshel Pfeffer

After a night of stone-throwing that closed down the main transport arteries of the northern Negev, by sunrise the traffic was flowing as usual. There wasn’t even any need for police to direct or secure the traffic junctions. The flare-up of violence is a nighttime ritual. During daytime the show returns to the outskirts of the Bedouin village of Sawa.

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