Unrecognized Arab Bedouin villages

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New Jewish town of 'Hiran' to be built on ruins of Arab Bedouin village in Israel's south; demolition to move forward despite court recognition residents are not illegal trespassers.
Court schedules urgent hearing for 25 May 2016 at 10:00am.
Adalah: Court's decision legitimizes Israel's longstanding colonial policy of racial discrimination, segregation, and dispossession.
Adalah and partners organized and hosted two tours to the Bedouin villages of Atir and Umm al-Hiran for journalists, bloggers, photographers, and other media professionals.
Adalah: The ruling completely ignores the political, social and historical roots of the community, and legitimizes the racist demolition and displacement of an entire Arab village to build a Jewish...
The Committee visited unrecognized villages with Adalah and RCUV, but the Judge's response did not discuss the merits of the case and gave incorrect, unofficial and unproven information.
Adalah: "The real goal behind the indictments is to criminalize and burden the Arab Bedouin villagers as punishment for their attempts to save their homes."
Adalah submitted reports to the UN HRC on the rights of Palestinian citizens of Israel in general, and together with NCF on the rights of Arab Bedouin citizens in the Naqab.
Villagers have exhausted all legal possibilities available to cancel demolition orders; another case pending before Supreme Court against eviction orders.
Attorney Bishara: “We hope the court finally understood the danger embedded in the displacement of the villagers after 58 years, just to house Israeli Jewish settlers in their place.”
Attorney Bishara: Court's ruling protects the residents’ right to live in their village that has existed since before the establishment of the state, but which has faced the looming threat of...
Adalah: The government's conduct proves once again that the Prawer Plan is one-sided and dangerous.
Today, 12 December 2013, former Israeli cabinet minister Benny Begin announced at a press conference that the proposed Prawer-Begin Bill, the legislative arm of the discriminatory Prawer Plan, will...
On 20 November 2013, the Supreme Court of Israel heard an appeal filed by Adalah against the decision of the Be’er Sheva District Court to evacuate the unrecognized Arab Bedouin village of Umm...
Tomorrow, Wednesday 20 November 2013, at 11:30 am, the Israeli Supreme Court will hear an appeal brought by Adalah on behalf of residents of the unrecognized Arab Bedouin village of Umm...
On Sunday 10 November 2013, the Government announced that it will accelerate the demolition of the unrecognized Bedouin village of Umm el-Hieran in the Naqab (Negev) in order to build a Jewish town...
In late 2003, the Israeli Government decided to establish the ‘Abu Basma’ Regional Council in the Naqab/Negev region of southern Israel. Placed within its jurisdiction were a number of Arab...
11 September 2013 marks two years since the Israeli government approved the Prawer Plan. The plan intends to uproot tens of thousands of Arab Bedouin citizens of Israel from their villages, to...
On 24 July 2013, Adalah filed a petition to the Israeli Supreme Court on behalf of the parents of children from seven schools in the Naqab (Negev) in southern Israel. The schools currently receive...