Right-Wing Israelis Attack Bedouin Villages In The Negev
A group of around forty right-wing Israelis attacked the Palestinian Bedouin villages of Umm al-Hiran and Rakhama, located in the Negev desert, at around 4:30 am on Sunday morning, remaining there until around 8:30 am.
According to local residents, the right-wing Israelis attacked their livestock and shouted racial epithets at the villagers, as well as damaging their property. The attackers set fire to a tent belonging to Eid Abu Habbak, according to the head of the village council.
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