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      Israeli ‘Development’ and Education Policies and their Impact on the Negev Palestinian Bedouin: Historical Experience and Future Prospects

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      Holy Land Studies
      Edinburgh University Press

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          Throughout the last five decades, successive Israeli governments have attempted to split the minority group of Palestinian Arabs with Israeli citizenship into smaller groups based on religious (Muslim, Christian, Druze) or geographical distinctions (the ‘Galilee’, the northern region; the ‘Triangle’, the central region; and the ‘Negev’, the southern region) for control purposes. The governments' treatment of Negev Palestinian Arab Bedouin, who were traditionally a semi-nomadic population, provides a classic example of its segmentation policy. Although, in line with this policy, Israeli governments have unilaterally created and implemented development plans for the Negev Palestinian Arab Bedouin population, they have not integrated them into the national infrastructure in a viable and meaningful sense. This paper examines the historical experience of the Negev Palestinian Arab Bedouin and their actual development needs.

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                Journal
                Holy Land Studies
                Holy Land Studies
                Edinburgh University Press
                1474-9475
                1750-0125
                September 2003
                September 2003
                : 2
                : 1
                : 5-32
                Affiliations
                [1 ]Ben-Gurion University of the Negev, Education Department, Beer-Sheba, Israel,
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                10.3366/hls.2003.0008
                4ebe3686-f8fb-4cbf-b5fd-8e987669a234
                © 2003

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