Bedouins Evicted from Village in Sout...

Bedouins Evicted from Village in Southern Israel

There are 60 comments on the edition.cnn.com story from Jul 27, 2010, titled Bedouins Evicted from Village in Southern Israel. In it, edition.cnn.com reports that:

Police evicted 200 Bedouins from their homes in a southern Israeli village on Tuesday and demolished their dwellings, an act decried by residents who said they are on ancestral land.

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fenster

Windsor, CT

#1 Jul 27, 2010
why?is it because the bedouins are not jewish?
was-burg steve

Everetts, NC

#2 Jul 27, 2010
Thousands of years ago, Moses took a Whiz there; so it is Jewish land. Besides they have the guns.
my kind of town

Chicago, IL

#3 Jul 27, 2010
They may not all be bedouins. If Israel left them alone for 60 years
there is probably a good reason why they need to shore up the Southern
boarder. Hello Hamas, Hezbollah, Brotherhood, Al Aqsa, and assorted
thugs-of-the-minute-we-refuse- to-accept-the-existence-of -a-nation.
So, when terrorists make the situation worse for everyone, blame them-and stop them.
Herman

Fort Walton Beach, FL

#4 Jul 27, 2010
Those European Jews make it difficult for everyone to include even Jews that were in that area for thousands of years. Everyone was a bedouin then. They came from Europe escaping the Nazis and now everyone has to live in hell because of their bad luck. Maybe if Hitler finish his job we wouldn't have all the problems we have now in the Middle-East. The area would have stay the way it was not as it is right now a Disney Land in the holly land.
my kind of town

Chicago, IL

#5 Jul 27, 2010
Everyone was a "bedouin" true. But now some are Quwaiti, Saudi, Syrian.
Some live in Dubai highrises or sparkling resorts or palaces. Some
were born in Egypt or Jordan and now live in Hamasland. Some work
in the fields or the stockmarket or in tunnels. Maybe if Hitler had won
the Islamic ME would be reading Mein Kamp and burning the Koran. As
for "Disneyland" no one tops Arabs in creating an adult playground filled
with towering architecture and western pleasures. So, again, what is
the argument about everyone being bedouin? How many bedouins live
in Abu Dhabi? Teheran? How "traditional" is the lifestyle in the UAE?

Israelis can live how they choose. Just as Arabs do. If Muslims want to
destroy 6th century Buddhist statues, they do it. Israel has not harmed
Jerusalem. Far, far from it. Jews built the city and now watch over it again.

“Proud Southerner”

Since: May 07

Israel, betach b'HaShem!

#6 Jul 27, 2010
fenster wrote:
why?is it because the bedouins are not jewish?
Probebly because they are trouble makers.

“Kiss Me You Fool!”

Since: Jan 08

Atlanta via Brooklyn NY

#7 Jul 27, 2010
The U.N. decision to create Israel may not have taking into account that people were currently living there.

Seems like that may have caused a few issues.
sue

Colchester, CT

#8 Jul 27, 2010
OneRyder wrote:
The U.N. decision to create Israel may not have taking into account that people were currently living there.
Seems like that may have caused a few issues.
They could have stayed but their arab brothers told them leave so we can destroy the jews and then you can come back. Well they are still waitng and waiting. There are many arabs who live in Israel and are okay with it.

“Proud Southerner”

Since: May 07

Israel, betach b'HaShem!

#9 Jul 27, 2010
People should take to mind that the southern Israeli area is basically FULL of those kind of villages, who are not recognize by the country.

They come, create somthing which is supposed to be a house,which is not, bring more of their friends, and want to be recognized as a village.

and this is happening all over the area. there is no reason for the state to recognize them if they do something like that.

They have many recognized towns and villages in the surrounding of beer Sheva.

Tel Sheva, Rahat, Laquia, Ksaife, Hurra and many others. they can and have the possibility of moving there, why they don't is a mystery.

In other words, the action made by the country is right and justified.
Herman

Fort Walton Beach, FL

#11 Jul 27, 2010
OneRyder wrote:
The U.N. decision to create Israel may not have taking into account that people were currently living there.
Seems like that may have caused a few issues.
I think they knew that people were currently living there. But they had to find a place for all the Jews that were leaving Europe. The US has turned down many ships that came to New York full of Jews from Europe. If the US did had taken that generation of Jews probably you wouldn't had the State of Israel right now. So they end up in Palestine. And that's how and where all the problem started. We can blame the US, Britain, but not necessarily the Jews, and some other countries that refused to receive them. It might take another world war to misplace the Jews again, and will start all over again, maybe this time they'll find another land not been occupy with no one.

“LIVE TO HUNT”

Since: Mar 07

Location hidden

#12 Jul 27, 2010
in the united states we call it eminent domain

“Kiss Me You Fool!”

Since: Jan 08

Atlanta via Brooklyn NY

#13 Jul 27, 2010
sue wrote:
<quoted text>They could have stayed but their arab brothers told them leave so we can destroy the jews and then you can come back. Well they are still waitng and waiting. There are many arabs who live in Israel and are okay with it.
...what? They told who?

“Kiss Me You Fool!”

Since: Jan 08

Atlanta via Brooklyn NY

#14 Jul 27, 2010
Herman wrote:
<quoted text>
I think they knew that people were currently living there. But they had to find a place for all the Jews that were leaving Europe. The US has turned down many ships that came to New York full of Jews from Europe. If the US did had taken that generation of Jews probably you wouldn't had the State of Israel right now. So they end up in Palestine. And that's how and where all the problem started. We can blame the US, Britain, but not necessarily the Jews, and some other countries that refused to receive them. It might take another world war to misplace the Jews again, and will start all over again, maybe this time they'll find another land not been occupy with no one.
I think the Europeans and Americans who just thought you can tell a region that we're going to make a decision about that region for you underestimated and belitted the people that were there.

Its the same imperialistic type of thinking that gave euros the mistaken thought that they could take over any land they wanted, and assume the resources...as long as those people being taken over were darker.

Surprise...a man will fight for his land regardless of his color. Expecting anything less is foolish.

“Bring it !”

Since: Jan 09

Los Angeles, CA

#16 Jul 27, 2010
Lipush wrote:
People should take to mind that the southern Israeli area is basically FULL of those kind of villages, who are not recognize by the country.
They come, create somthing which is supposed to be a house,which is not, bring more of their friends, and want to be recognized as a village.
and this is happening all over the area. there is no reason for the state to recognize them if they do something like that.
They have many recognized towns and villages in the surrounding of beer Sheva.
Tel Sheva, Rahat, Laquia, Ksaife, Hurra and many others. they can and have the possibility of moving there, why they don't is a mystery.
In other words, the action made by the country is right and justified.
funny that they story on when the scumbag zionist moved in. except they stole the homes that are already built AND TOOK THEM OVER.
fenster

Windsor, CT

#17 Jul 27, 2010
Lipush wrote:
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Probebly because they are trouble makers.
lipush, take your blinders off. the bedouins are not palestinians, they are a nomadic peaceful people scattered across north africa and into the middle east. they are a pastoral people, sort of like the kurds. they are not aggressive nor violent, so what harm do you think they do to you? look at the tuarg people
fenster

Windsor, CT

#18 Jul 27, 2010
GUNS AND AMMO wrote:
in the united states we call it eminent domain
yep, but we don't tear down black peoples houses just so whites can move in, do we?

“LIVE TO HUNT”

Since: Mar 07

Location hidden

#19 Jul 27, 2010
no, we tear down white peoples houses to build parking garages, shopping malls and gas stations.
my kind of town

Chicago, IL

#20 Jul 27, 2010
fenster wrote:
<quoted text>lipush, take your blinders off. the bedouins are not palestinians, they are a nomadic peaceful people scattered across north africa and into the middle east. they are a pastoral people, sort of like the kurds. they are not aggressive nor violent, so what harm do you think they do to you? look at the tuarg people
maybe bedouins are hosting terrorists now...put your blinders back on.
fenster

Windsor, CT

#21 Jul 27, 2010
my kind of town wrote:
<quoted text>
maybe bedouins are hosting terrorists now...put your blinders back on.
yep, maybe evertybody is doing just that, eh? gee, if we look hard enough, we can find enemies everywhere, just boggles the mind eh? you know, even paranoids can have enemies too. pull down the shades,triple lock the doors, sit under the table with your trusty shotgun. it will be alright
fenster

Windsor, CT

#22 Jul 27, 2010
GUNS AND AMMO wrote:
no, we tear down white peoples houses to build parking garages, shopping malls and gas stations.
yep, but have we kicked out any bedouins yet?

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