At a detention centre in Israel’s Negev desert, African migrants facing deportation say they would rather be imprisoned than sent to a country they know nothing about.
The construction of a huge solar power-station is underway in the Negev desert in Israel.
The station’s 250-meter tower is the tallest in the world and, once complete, it will be the largest energy project in all of Israel.
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The Arab Bedouin minority of the Negev Desert faces harsh discrimination within the Arab population and within Israeli society as a whole. Last year, VICE News correspondent Simon Ostrovsky traveled to the Negev to visit the Bedouin communities as they fought the Israeli government’s decision to forcibly displace them. The plan, which the United Nations labeled as “ethnic displacing,” would have affected up to 40,000 Bedouins in the area. But when tensions reached a boiling point amid protests in December, the plan was placed on hold. Bedouins have been living in the Negev for centuries, and as they continue to be marginalized, they are now beginning to fight back.
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