“Working with these women brought up a lot of childhood memories for me,” says Halah Abu Frieh (pictured), 28, who has a degree in cultural studies from Sapir Academic College. Meged Gozani

Bedouin Women Capture Their Village's Final Moments Before It's Demolished by Israel

‘My biggest fear is what will be forgotten,’ says one of the women whose photos appear in a new book about Umm al-Hiran – the village that's being demolished so that a Jewish town can be built on its land

After years of exhausting legal battles, home demolitions, police raids and a violent incident that resulted in a tragic death, the Bedouin village of Umm al-Hiran in the Negev will soon be vacated once and...

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