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"While walking along a bumpy, open-field, you sight an obstacle, a barrier and soon you
come upon a wire fence several meters high. There is no sign that points to the village
nor is there a road which leads into the village. Once you have navigated the obstacles you are staring at corrugated zinc, metal shacks and tents used as houses in the middle of the Negev Desert . There are 45 such villages with 76,000 citizens, living in what is known as an “unrecognized village”.

Despite the fact that they sit maybe half a kilometer from a power station, the Bedouins in the village I document have to rely on generators to get electricity.

Part of a documentry project in the Negev.

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