Recognizing Justice: Identities and Policies in Beer Sheva

Oren Yiftachel, Ravit Goldhaber, Roy Nuriel

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The context is the unresolved land and planning disputes between the Bedouin Arabs surrounding the city of Beer Sheva and the Israeli state. The minister asks the indigenous Bedouin in no uncertain terms to leave their ancestors land, where they reside in “unrecognized” (and in the eyes of most Israeli planners “illegal”) villages and towns, and relocate into modernized, legal, and well-serviced localities. Beyond the colonialist disregard of indigenous rights embedded in the minister’s visio..
Original languageEnglish GB
Title of host publicationSégrégation et Justice Spatiale: Perspectives
EditorsSylvie Fol, Sonia Lehman-Frisch, Marianne Morange
PublisherPresses Universitaires de Paris Nanterre
ISBN (Print)978-2-84016-163-9
StatePublished - 20 Nov 2014


  • trandisciplinarité
  • XXème siècle
  • ségrégation urbaine
  • justice spatiale
  • politiques urbaines
  • mobilité
  • segregation
  • urban politic
  • Urban Studies
  • Political Science Public Admin. & Development
  • POL002000
  • RPC


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