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Adalah, Negev Coexistence Forum held briefing held for diplomats in Israel highlighting rights violations faced by Bedouin citizens in the Naqab (Negev).
The Israeli Government's New Plan to Forcibly Displace and Dispossess Palestinian Bedouin Citizens of Israel from their Land in the Naqab (Negev).
Adalah: State must provide school bus stops for Bedouin children in Naqab (Negev); area Jewish kids don't face such safety hazards, indicating blatant inequality in enforcement of law.
Israeli police video reveals cops opened fire on Bedouin man before his car accelerated, contradicting police claims
Adalah seeks criminal investigation into shooting that lead to death of 50-year-old math teacher Ya'akub Musa Abu Al-Qi'an; police in Umm al-Hiran violated open-fire regulations, blocked medical care.
Umm al-Hiran man killed after police open fire during violent demolition operation in Bedouin village
Adalah: Israeli courts, gov't responsible for death of 50 year old; residents refute police claims of attack; eyewitnesses confirm Ya'akub Musa Abu Al-Qi'an lost control of car after police fired...
State opposes final appeal against demolition of Umm al-Hiran; bulldozers set to move on Bedouin village tomorrow
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.
Adalah petitions Be’er Sheva court for preschool education in unrecognized Bedouin village of Alsira
Court schedules urgent hearing for 25 May 2016 at 10:00am.
Israeli Supreme Court refuses to reconsider decision to demolish Bedouin village of Atir-Umm al-Hiran and evict all residents
Adalah: Court's decision legitimizes Israel's longstanding colonial policy of racial discrimination, segregation, and dispossession.
"Every movement of students from their entry to their departure from school exposes them to the risk of getting hurt."
On the International Day for Persons with Disabilities: Education Ministry must provide appropriate educational framework for Bedouin students with special needs
Adalah: "The current circumstances are severely affecting the children's personal and learning potential, and in turn their ability to socially integrate in school."
Adalah leads tour for Palestine Works law fellows to Palestinian villages threatened with displacement on both sides of the Green Line
Participants visited Susiya in the South Hebron Hills, and then Atir, Umm al-Hiran and Khashem Zaneh in the Naqab.
Adalah: "The 5 May 2015 Supreme Court decision sets a dangerous historical precedent."
On the International Day for the Protection of the Child: Blatant discrimination in early childhood education for Arab children in Israel
In 2014, 75% of 3-4 year old Bedouin children in Israel did not have any educational framework; this figure did not exceed 5% for Israeli Jewish children at that age.
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.
This article, written by Adalah Attorney Myssana Morany, was published in Ha'aretz on 14 May 2015.
Israeli Supreme Court approves demolition of Umm el-Hieran and displacement of Arab Bedouin residents to build Jewish town of ‘Hiran’
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...
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 demands public transportation routes for residents of unrecognized Bedouin villages on Election Day
Lack of public transportation to polling stations impedes many Bedouins' right to vote and directly influences voter levels in their villages.
Many Bedouin patients are unable to understand medical advice from doctors; situation violates Health Ministry's instructions on linguistic and cultural accessibility.
Due to lack of clinics, village residents have to travel to town of Al Kseifeh, 9 kilometers away, to receive medical treatment.