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Indigenous (In)Justice

Human Rights Law and Bedouin Arabs in the Naqab/Negev

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$26.00 • £20.95 • €23.50

ISBN 9780979639562

Publication Date: 02/25/2013


348 pages

6 x 9 inches

3 line illustrations, 2 maps, 3 tables

International Human Rights Program Practice Series

World, subsidiary rights restricted

  • Map I. Israel Palestine—The Naqab/Negev and the Sayag (Siyag) Area
  • Map II. Bedouin Arab Settlements in the Sayag (Siyag) Area
  • Acknowledgments
  • Introduction [Ismael Abu-Saad and Ahmad Amara]
  • Section I
    • 1. Socio-Political Upheaval and Current Conditions of the Naqab Bedouin Arabs [Ismael Abu-Saad and Cosette Creamer]
    • 2. Unsettling Settlements: Law, Land, and Planning in the Naqab [Ahmad Amara and Zinaida Miller]
    • 3. The Naqab Bedouins: Legal Struggles for Land Ownership Rights in Israel [Noa Kram]
  • Section II
    • 4. International Law of Indigenous Peoples and the Naqab Bedouin Arabs [Rodolfo Stavenhagen and Ahmad Amara]
    • 5. Continuum of Injustice: Women, Violence, and Housing Rights [Rashida Manjoo]
  • Section III
    • 6. Applying an Australian Native Title Framework to Bedouin Property [John Sheehan]
    • 7. Indigenous, Citizens’, and Human Rights: The Bedouins of the Naqab [Duane Champagne]
  • Epilogue
    • 8. Naqab/Negev Bedouins and the (Internal) Colonial Paradigm [Oren Yiftachel]
  • Afterword
  • Contributors

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