Help thousands of Bedouin stop home demolitions

$12,166 $7,834
Raised Remaining

This project is located in Israel and can also be found under Human Rights.

Israel plans to build a Jewish settlement called "Hiran" on Umm el-Hieran, home to 1,000 Bedouin
316, Israel
(31.29950, 34.95850)
Al-Araqib has been demolished over 50 times already. Israel is trying to clear the village, including uprooting its olive groves, to build a massive forest.
40, Israel
(31.34601, 34.78104)
Al-Sira produces its own electricity through solar power. Adalah is fighting the government's legal appeal to demolish the entire village.
31, Israel
(31.25905, 35.02555)
Israel is planning the "Yatir Forest" on the ruins of the village of Atir
316, Israel
(31.29927, 34.95772)
Wadi al-Na'am has 10,000 Bedouin residents. In 1979, Israel built hazardous waste dump on the village's lands.
40, Israel
(31.15635, 34.80973)
The training took place in the unrecognized village of Khashem Zanneh
40, Israel
(31.19729, 34.82323)

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Project Leader

Alyssa Bernstein

Beersheva, Beersheva Israel

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