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  • How Bedouin women were exploited to 'Judaize' the Negev at NY Fashion Week

    An organization that settles Jews in the Negev, and with a central role in the story of displacement at Umm al-Hiran, enlists a famous Israeli designer to team up with Bedouin women for a NY Fashion Week fundraiser. The problem — nobody told the Bedouin women what they were up to. Israeli designer Aviad Arik Herman, who made headlines earlier this year for designing Culture Minister Miri Regev’s famous “united Jerusalem” dress, entered into a blossoming “partnership” with Bedouin women culminating with a dress on display at New York Fashion Week this week, according to an article in Hebrew-language news site…

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  • WATCH: What life looks like in an unrecognized Bedouin village

    Approximately 90,000 Bedouin live in "unrecognized villages" spread across Israel's Negev Desert. Because the Israeli government refuses to recognize them, they receive no municipal services, such as connection to the electrical grid, water mains or trash pickup, and are constantly at risk of demolition. Maryam Tarabin, the head of Umm al-Hiran's Women's Committee, speaks about the discrimination facing Israel's Bedouin population on a daily basis.

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  • Who wants to talk about the murder of Bedouin women?

    The Israeli media has time to talk about Iran, the security budget, and Beit El. That means that when Arab women are murdered, there are always more important issues to cover.  Six Arab women have been murdered in Israel since the beginning of the year — four of them in the last month alone. I know that some of you are probably thinking that Arabs are a primitive, violent and shallow people. Well, yes. Unfortunately there are many of those kinds of people in Arab society. These creatures usually come in the form of men. They exist in Hebrew and…

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