In recent years, two bills have been introduced in an attempt to prevent the rise of Bedouin polygamy in Israel, but both have failed to be enacted.
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Netanyahu called it "a huge industry that provides an incentive to bring women from Jordan and Saudi Arabia."
The herd owner is expected to be picked up for questioning.
An earlier clip, posted recently on social media, shows the alleged assault of a motorist who was involved in a traffic accident.
Following a Regavim petition against Bedouin councils which never collected property taxes, the High Court rules if there is no collection by August, a parallel amount will be deducted from the councils' state funds.
MK Esawi Frej (Meretz) suggested that "if this proposal is passed, every job for the Arab sector will go to the Druze."
MK Zahalka argued that goats are actually good for the environment, as they thin out the forests, making them easier to control in case of a fire.
52% of Jews believe that it would be better for Jews and Arabs to live separately so that the Jews can preserve their Jewish identity – while 77% of Arabs do not want to live separately.
Netanyahu instructed that the Bedouin residents be moved to permanent housing in Jericho or Abu Dis.
The ruling encourages Bedouin husbands to marry many women and divorce them on paper, while receive assistance for their polygamous families with income supplements intended for the single mothers but in reality going to the spouses.
"She's a brave girl," a relative said. "She's been through many things in life and seen more than she should have seen. It's time for her to have an easy life."
The Bedouin hurled stones at the shepherd, who called the village security commander and other residents for help.
Police statistics show that Bedouins are involved in most of the accidents in the south, and 100% of the deadly accidents on 2 main roads.
The comprehensive document is part of organization's new campaign to end Negev lawlessness, and offer solutions to bring the Bedouin community into the fold of Israeli society.
It's not the first time the European Union has aided and abetted illegal Arab construction.