Araqeeb Bedouin village demolished for the 129th time

NAQAB, The Israeli authorities demolished on Thursday the Bedouin village of Araqeeb in the Naqab desert south for Israel to the 129th time in a row, displacing once again its residents who are left homeless, according to Arabs 48 news site.

The Israeli authorities have been going after Araqeeb’s Palestinian Arab residents for years trying to force them out of their homes and land, where they have settled for decades.

Many Arab villages in the Naqab are not recognized by the state and therefore do not get any services, in addition to being subjected to expulsion and home demolition.

Source: Palestinian News & Info Agency