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November 23, 2011
A Bedouin child plays in the village known by Bedouin Arabs as al-Arakib, one of dozens of ramshackle...
AL-ARAKIB, Israel
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A Bedouin child plays in the village known by Bedouin Arabs as al-Arakib, one of dozens of ramshackle desert communities whose names have never appeared on any official map, November 6, 2011. The plan to demolish more Bedouin homes in the southern Negev region and move 30,000 people to government-authorised villages connected to power and water lines has been hailed by Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu as a "historic opportunity" to improve Bedouin lives. But Israeli Arab leaders, who have long complained about discrimination against their community in the Jewish state, call it "ethnic cleansing," and aim to thwart the project with protests, a general strike and appeals to the United Nations to intervene. Picture taken November 6, 2011. To match feature ISRAEL-BEDOUIN/ REUTERS/Amir Cohen (ISRAEL - Tags: POLITICS CONFLICT)
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