Israeli Arab and Palestinians women activists scuffle with Israeli riot policemen during a protest against the Prawer Plan plan to resettle Israel’s Bedouin minority from their villages

 

              Israeli Arab and Palestinians women activists scuffle with Israeli riot policemen during a protest against the Prawer Plan plan to resettle Israel’s Bedouin minority from their villages
Israeli Arab and Palestinians women activists scuffle with Israeli riot policemen during a protest against the Prawer Plan plan to resettle Israel’s Bedouin minority from their villages in the Negev Desert, in the village of Arara, northern Israel, Thursday, Aug. 1, 2013. Around 200,000 Bedouins live in the Negev, most concentrated in an area around the city of Beersheba. They lived under military rule until the 1960s, and have since resisted government efforts to move them into seven larger, recognized communities. Bedouins say those towns are rife with crime, poverty and the same lack of basic services they currently face. (AP Photo/Ariel Schalit)