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Lapid and Abbas toured the Bedouin diaspora: three unrecognized settlements will be settled Israel today


In the shadow of the growing crime in the Negev, the Foreign Minister and the Chairman of the Prime Minister announced that more localities will soon be connected to electricity • Abbas: "We will cooperate with all law enforcement agencies" • Lapid: "A historic change is happening here"

Against the background of the many criminal cases in the south of the country and the police operation to seize illegal weapons, Foreign Minister Yair Lapid and Chairman of Ra'am Mansour Abbas toured the Bedouin diaspora in the Negev today (Thursday).

Lapid announced that three unrecognized Bedouin settlements will undergo a process of the series and will soon be connected to electricity.

The tour was also attended by Minister of Welfare Meir Cohen and Deputy Minister of Penny Defense Yoav Saglovitz, who was appointed to the position of government project manager for the eradication of crime and violence in Arab society.

"For the first time in history, an Arab party that is part of the government in Israel, that is part of the government and an important partner in the government," said Foreign Minister Yair Lapid.

"Thanks to this partnership with Mansour Abbas, we will in the coming weeks present the national plan for the development of Arab society, which includes tens of billions of shekels for investment in infrastructure that should have been invested in a long time ago. The biggest things to the smallest things."

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"Political and Civic Partnership",

The Foreign Minister added: "More localities will be connected to electricity and we are currently transferring the first three localities that will go through a process of the series, unrecognized localities, that will go through a process of the series. A historic change is happening here and Arab society "Israel and all its citizens. We will continue to work to ensure full civic equality for the Arab citizens of Israel, and to address the deep and root problems of Arab society in Israel."

The Chairman of the Prime Minister congratulated Lapid and said: "The Foreign Minister came to listen, learn and feel things to lead the process of political and social partnership. We intend to do things together and give solutions to both Arab society in the Negev and the Negev itself. It is important for me to note "99 percent of Bedouin society in the Negev are normative citizens who want to live with dignity and peace with their Jewish neighbors. We will cooperate with all law enforcement agencies, including the police, and other law enforcement agencies. There is good news and hope for all of us."

Hundreds of policemen and border guards raided the Bedouin diaspora, Photo: Police spokeswoman

Meanwhile, under the direction of Prime Minister Naftali Bennett and on the recommendation of Minister of Internal Security Amar Bar-Lev, two Border Police companies will be mobilized to fight crime in the Arab sector in the south of the country starting Sunday. 

Source: israelhayom

All news articles on 2021-10-21

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