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Ari Briggs introduces Minister Yuli Edelstein

Ari Briggs – International Relations Director of Regavim introduces keynote speaker Minister Yuli Edelstein at the Regavim Public Forum held during Sukkot 2012 in Jerusalem as part of Regavim’s Emergency Campaign to Save the Negev.     Read More »

Al-Zarnoog and Bet El- A Tale of two settlements

  Jerusalem Post – In the beginning of the twentieth century, a group of Zionist Jews acquired a parcel of land measuring around 160 acres (65 hectares) in the Negev, in the area of Moshav Nabatim, between Beersheba and Dimona. It was registered in the names of the purchasers in the Land Registry of the British Mandate, and after the establishment ... Read More »

Abu Basmah

  Following a petition submitted by Regavim, the District Court of Be’er Sheva ordered the demolition of tens of Bedouin houses that were built within the municipal boundary of Abu Basmah in the Negev   The order was issues following after Regavim requested the court to instruct the state to demolish tens of structures built in the area without authorization ... Read More »

“There is a Solution” to Unauthorized Bedouin Settlement in the Negev

  After many months of hard work by the Regavim Movement, the program “There is a Solution” has been presented. This program provides the Israeli government direction as it comes to organize Bedouin settlement in the Negev. At the end of 2007 the Israeli government made a decision to set up a public commission headed by Judge Eliezer Goldberg (retired), known ... Read More »

An End to Unlicensed Filling Stations

  After Regavim raised the issue of pirate gas stations in southern Israel, it seems that the authorities are finally dealing with the phenomenon.  In the course of the last months, Regavim contacted all the relevant authorities, including the police, Interior Ministry, Ministry of Infrastructures and to the Environmental Protection Ministry and demanded that they take action against the hundred ... Read More »

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