Israel’s Channel 2 TV station released this video footage showing Palestinian detainees being treated as sub-human by Israeli troops in the regime’s desert prison of Naqab (Negev)in 2007.
4 August, 2010
Around 300 Bedouins living in Israel’s Negev desert are homeless after Israeli police raided their village & razed their homes.
7 April, 2010 — Al Jazeera
Palestinian Bedouins are protesting against discrimination by the Israeli government [GETTY]
On this year’s Land Day, tens of thousands of Palestinian citizens of Israel marched in Sakhnin, an Israeli city in the Lower Galilee, to protest against past and present systematic discrimination. But with the focus on Israel’s policies of land confiscation, there was significance in a second protest that day.
In the Negev (referred to as al-Naqab by Palestinian Bedouins), over 3,000 attended a rally at al-Araqib, an ‘unrecognised’ Palestinian Bedouin village whose lands are being targeted by the familiar partnership of the Israeli state and the Jewish National Fund.