Israel again demolishes Palestinian village in West Bank
Israel on Wednesday demolished the Bedouin herding community of Khirbet Humsu in the occupied West Bank, the latest chapter in the military's attempts to uproot the Palestinian village of makeshift homes. At least 65 people, including 35 children, were displaced, said Christopher Holt of the West Bank Protection Consortium, a group of international aid agencies supported by the European Union that is assisting the residents. The demolitions left the villagers, who earn their livelihood primarily by herding some 4,000 sheep, homeless for at least the fifth time in the past year.news.yahoo.com
Israel’s Ancient Bedouin Culture Gets New Life Online
But this change came with the danger that the ancient Bedouin traditions could become completely forgotten with the passage of time. A new collection in the works at the National Library of Israel preserves 50-odd years of documentation of the Bedouin community conducted by a world-renowned expert. (Boris Carmi/The Meitar Collection/courtesy of the National Library of Israel)Is change good? (Boris Carmi/The Meitar Collection/courtesy of the National Library of Israel)Yesterday’s host is today’s guestOver his years of research, Bailey was surprised by the Bedouin community’s view on life. “It’s an exposure of their culture and way of thinking, and we can see that they’re people like we are.”Israel’s ancient Bedouin culture gets new life online appeared first on ISRAEL21c.thewestsidegazette.com
Keeping safety in mind, III Points Music Festival returns to Miami
MIAMI – Live music is coming back slowly but surely in South Florida. The annual III Points Music Festival is back, featuring a collaboration with Secret Project from Los Angeles for two nights and two stages, packed with performers. South African DJ Black Coffee headlines on Friday, April 30 along with Bedouin and Luciano, playing a sunset set. Other artists scheduled to perform on Friday include DJ Tennis, Danny Daze and Aurora Halal. To purchase, or for more information on the festival, click here.
Claimed value of sleepy NY estate could come to haunt Trump
The Seven Springs, a property owned by former U.S. President Donald Trump, is covered in snow, Tuesday, Feb. 23, 2021, in Mount Kisco, N.Y. Meyer's daughter, the late Washington Post publisher Katharine Graham, was married at Seven Springs in 1940. The amount was based on a professional appraisal that valued the full Seven Springs property at $56.5 million as of Dec. 1, 2015. AdCohen testified that Trump had financial statements saying Seven Springs was worth $291 million as of 2012. Along with the mansion, Seven Springs has a Tudor-style home once owned by ketchup magnate H.J.
After delay, Israel allows vaccines into Hamas-run Gaza
Israel has faced international criticism for largely excluding Palestinians in the occupied West Bank and Gaza from its highly successful vaccination campaign. The dispute highlights the Palestinians' reliance on Israel even as they struggle to combat the pandemic on their own. Israel and Hamas have fought three wars and numerous skirmishes since the militant group took control of Gaza. But Ashraf al-Qedra, spokesman for the Gaza Health Ministry, said they would be administered in two phases, first to vulnerable patients and then to health care workers. Israel captured east Jerusalem, the West Bank and Gaza in the 1967 war, territories the Palestinians want for their future state.
Arab Israeli diplomat says security guards choked him
The incident trained a spotlight on the ongoing struggles of Israel's Arab citizens, a large minority that makes up about 20% of the population. But what happened after that, he said, was a series of mistakes by security guards unlike anything he had seen before. He also said he understands that Israeli security guards have a job to do. But he said there is an extreme minority of security guards who behave like Rambos, especially when dealing with Arabs. The incident began after the security guard requested from Khaldi to show his ID, according to security rules and regulations, Rosenfeld said.