Articles in "Negev"

Illegal Bedouin Construction in Negev Grows by 1,200%

The Bedouin tribes living between the three cities of Beersheba, Dimona, and Arad in the south of Israel have been spreading out and ...

Israeli Company Develops First Virus Resistant Tomatoes, Saving 50% of Crop Worldwide 

After five years of intensive work, researchers at the Israeli Syngenta Vegetable Seeds Company, a world leader in agro-technology, have ...

Israeli Archeologists Understand Decline of Byzantine Town in Negev Through Sheep Dung

Israeli archeologists were successful in unlocking another secret of 1,500-year-old Byzantine agriculture in the Negev, using an innovative ...

Precedent: Bedouin Polygamist Sentenced to Prison

The Beer Sheva District Court on Thursday accepted an appeal by the State Prosecutor, and sentenced Ayman Abu Skaeiyak, to seven months in ...

‘A Second Columbia’: Police Raze Massive Cannabis Plantation in Southern Israel, Acting on Tip from Activists  

The Israel Police and the Green Police Squad on Sunday destroyed dozens of fields and hothouses comprised of tens of thousands of cannabis ...

One of the Earliest Known Mosques in the World Discovered in Negev

A 7th-century small rural mosque, one of the earliest known in the world, has been discovered in the Bedouin town of Rahat in the Negev, ...

Bedouin Women in Israel’s Negev Seek Better Future Enhanced by Innovative Workshop

A workshop aimed at advancing the lives of Bedouin mothers in the familial and professional realms was recently launched in Israel’s Idan ...

1,700 Year-Old Rare Inscription Bearing Name of Ancient City Found in Negev

Israeli archeologists have recently uncovered 1,700-year-old inscription in Greek bearing the name of the city of "Elusa," known in modern ...

Israeli Scientists Suggest Using ‘Vegetation Fingers’ to Fend Off Advancing Desert

Israeli scientists at Ben-Gurion University of the Negev have developed a model that shows that ecosystems can be rescued from ...

Residents of Unauthorised Negev Village Agree to Move to Permanent City

Residents of Umm al-Hiran, an unrecognised Bedouin village in the Negev, have signed an agreement to dismantle their homes and move to ...