Bedouin citizens in Israel feel betrayed by eviction plan

"When we look at the Prawer Plan, which we totally reject, we see it as another racist law in a state built on racism," Khalil al-Jraibieh says.

By REUTERS/NOAH BROWNING
August 28, 2013 14:22
A Bedouin girl walks in the village of Wadi Alna'am in southern Israel August 6, 2013.

Beduin girl 390. (photo credit: REUTERS)

 
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