Rule of Law: Is there no law in the South?

You never really appreciate how vast the Negev is and how many hundreds of Beduin villages dot the South until you view the full picture from the sky in a flyover tour, as recently undertaken by The Jerusalem Post.

Maybe that is what is most significant when trying to get a handle on the full and infinitely complex issue of how to balance showing respect to the Beduin and their villages with developing the South by building new cities there.

While there are certainly plenty of large empty areas, from the air you understand that truly building up the South without moving some villages around would be no easy task, if not an impossible one.


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