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Regavim Interview on Israel Now News

During Summer 2013 with the Negev plan being hotly debated in Israel and over 50 NGO’s doing everything they can to ensure world public opinion is against Israel, Israel Now News interviewed Ari Briggs from Regavim on their “Ask the Source” segment about Regavim’s goals and work in the field and Knesset and how Regavim intends to counter those NGO’s ... Read More »

Bedouin Myth #1 – Indigenous?

  Around twenty-five years ago, a global discussion began surrounding the term “indigenous peoples” as it relates to ethnic minorities around the world.  International law however began to address the issue of indigenous peoples as far back as the 17th century, and by and large the matter was left to the discretion of the particular state. With the passing of ... Read More »

The Gradual Annexation of Area ‘C’ Territories by the Palestinian Authority

  Sivan 5773 May 2013 Synopsis As part of Palestinian Prime Minister Salam Fayyad’s plan to unilaterally establish a de facto Palestinian state, the Palestinian Austhority (PA) is operating towards the establishment of various national infrastructures – civilian and security control structures, establishment of physical and economic infrastructures, and reforms in the central and local governments. The PA’s blatant efforts to establish ... Read More »

Arab members of Parliament call for 3rd. intifada

The Knesset approved on Monday evening 24th June the first reading of the bill that will legalize pirate Bedouin settlement in the Negev, but not before a heated debate during which the Arab MKs got up to the podium and tore up the bill. MK Afo Agbaria from the Hadash (communist party) called for a 3rd. intifada if the bill ... Read More »

UCI interviews Ari Briggs of Regavim

Regavim offers field trips all over the country to see first hand the damage done by the unequal application of the law and the silent conquest of Israel’s National lands. Judith Nussbaum from the UCI joined Regavim recently for a field trip to the Negev. What she saw with her own eyes shocked and disturbed her. however she was encouraged ... Read More »

Et tu, EU? No Dutch Treat here

Jerusalem Post    Ari Briggs  21st. May, 2013   Recently the EU formally recommended that its 27 member states “prevent” Israeli activity in Judea, Samaria, the Golan Heights, and East, Jerusalem, by means of discriminatory labeling of Israeli products from these areas– in effect, an economic boycott of Jewish communities in those regions. This recommendation is clearly immoral, on at ... Read More »

Changing the rules of the drug-smuggling game

Jerusalem Post By Ben Hartman 30th May, 2013 The Egyptian border fence has made it more difficult for traffickers in Israel's south, at the same time making them potentially more violent. Early Monday morning on Highway 40 near the Ramon Crater, Beduin smugglers in a truck drive north, playing lookout for traffickers in a white pickup trailing behind, loaded with ... Read More »

Desert divisions

  Jerusalem Post By Ariel Ben Solomon, 16th May, 2013 A heated debate can be expected when Knesset reads draft law on the explosive issue of regulating Beduin settlement in the Negev.         In the beginning of May, the Ministerial Committee on Legislation reviewed a draft law known as the Prawer-Begin plan, for regulating Beduin settlement in ... Read More »

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