Naqab Feature photo
Opinion & Analysis

Where Infrastructure Means Prisons: A Drive into the Naqab and the Illusion of Israeli Democracy

Out of close to 250,000 Palestinian Beduin in the Naqab, about half live in “unrecognized villages.” This means they get no roads, no electricity or running water, no schools or medical facilities — no services at all.

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