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Trespassers on Their Ancestral Lands, the Bedouin and the Dead Negev Ordinance / Unique encounters following the exhibition Dissensus: Legislation, Planning, Architecture (in Hebrew)

Living Land
Einat Weizman, director, actor and activist. On the art project in the village of al-Araqeeb which she conducts with Aziz al-Turi,
Prof. Oren Yiftachel, Head of the School for Urban Studies at Ben-Gurion University of the Negev, Beersheba. His most recent book Power and Land: from Ethnocracy to Crawling Apartheid in Israel/Palestine, was published by Resling (2021) – on terra nullius in Hebrew: how the law turned the Bedouins into trespassers on their Negev lands.

A Flight Above Palestine
Nava Sheer, GIS coordinator, Bimkom: Planners for Planning Rights. Pm British aerial photographs from 1945 that attest to the existence of continuous Bedouin settlements.

Absentees’ Property
Prof. Alexander (Sandy) Kedar, the University of Haifa Law School. Studies legal geography and history and land regimes and is a cofounder of the Israeli for Distributive Justice. On the legal aspects of the land dispute between Israel and the Negev Bedouin.
Adv. Hanan Alsanah, Head of the Beersheba branch of Itach Ma’achi NGO, women’s rights lawyer and activist, on the implications of the law in Bedouin society.

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Einat Weizman, Living Land, 2021, Sand Animation: Olga Goltzer