Hanan al-Bahiri, of the Bedouin town of Lakiya, was killed and burnt by family members after she divorced her husband
The Bedouin or Bedu are a grouping of nomadic Arab people who have historically inhabited the desert regions in North Africa, the Arabian Peninsula, Iraq and the Levant.
Preschool attendance rates are tied to a shortage of preschools in unrecognized Bedouin committees, and belief of some that children under five should remain at home
Trees planted in the southern desert could be uprooted if land is allocated to formalize Bedouin settlement unrecognized by the state
Plan ‘to conserve open spaces and nature from illegal control,’ Israel Land Authority says, covers 40,000 dunams, which nature protection agency assert will harm desert ecology
The army expelled the Abu Dahuq family any number of times and now, again, the 30 souls among them have no place to go
Rahat man, cousin released after autopsy did not provide clear-cut evidence that injuries to Rawan al-Katnani’s head were caused by deliberate blows
Report identified significant increase in cases in Wadi Ara, an Arab region of northern Israel, and among Palestinians in the South Hebron Hills region of the West Bank
The village of Bir Hadaj in the Negev, home to some 7,000 Bedouin, is facing a crackdown from authorities for illegal construction. Its residents, though, say they just want the same rights as their Jewish neighbors
During the War of Independence, Palmachniks stole camels from the Bedouin and founded a mounted desert unit. But a trial run showed just how difficult it was for them to work with these ‘ships of the desert’
Organizer says many fear consequences of speaking out on women’s rights, meaning the 50 people who turned out in Rahat was a relatively large protest
Five Bedouin parents charged with marrying off their teenage daughters
Foreign Minister Ashkenazi says 'no place for violence in Israeli society' after Ismail Khalidi, who has advocated for Israel in San Francisco and London, files complaint against guards in Jerusalem's central bus station
Court overrules Justice Ministry's investigation, ordering police to compensate family for wrongful death of their 29-year-old son Mahmoud Hayeb in 2001
At tour of Negev, Bezalel Smotrich calls for urbanization and 'Westernization' of Bedouin communities
Two other relatives sentenced to 10 years for 2017 murder of Hanan al-Bahiri, who judges say 'was sacrificed to an ancient, cruel and inhumane tradition, only because she had the courage to defy patriarchy'
17 residents arrested on suspicion of stealing military equipment and growing marijuana after clash with soldiers in southern Israel, as public security minister vows 'more to come'
After triple murder, shooting at police car, Ramle residents scorn law enforcement and demand the uprooting of crime families from the community
19-year-old Hanan al-Bahiri's cousin will confesses to murdering the woman, while other two relatives are to be convicted of aiding abetting the crime
With Sharia courts reporting second marriages to police, many polygamists are now setting up new families without their recognition, officials say
In an unrecognized Bedouin village in southern Israel, shepherd Salem Kash’ha and others are learning that putting up a simple shed can cause you problems
The Bedouin town of Hura faces cultural and technological challenges all of its own in facing the pandemic
The Israeli government has agreed to freeze home demolitions, but has provided minimal aid to a population with limited access to health care and information
They don’t watch TV in Hebrew or speak the language at home, and prefer to study English. All that doesn't hurt their college admission chances, but research shows poor Hebrew leaves them literally poorer
Thousands of Bedouin women in southern Israel need rides to the polling places on Election Day – here’s how I got involved and what I learned
After he was shot, the car being driven by Yakub Abu al-Kiyan struck police officer Erez Levy, who died at the scene; then the teacher bled to death about 10 meters away
Those who came to Israel with a Masa scholarship find out the funds are conditional on severe travel restrictions
A Negev village that has no electricity or proper sewage system is pinning its hopes on a million-dollar walkway to boost its fortunes. A foolish investment or a historic turning point for Israel’s Bedouin?