From the Negev to S.F. — joint focus on senior care Eight American visitors bounced around in jeeps until they reached a remote Bedouin village in Israel’s Negev region. There, inside a shabby lean-to, they met with a Jewish doctor and his patient: an elderly Arab man, bedridden and ill.
June 20, 2013 - J Weekly
Unpromised Land: Eritrean Refugees in Israel The journey is harrowing; the threat of kidnap and torture at the hands of Bedouins is ever present. But every year, thousands of Eritrean refugees travel hundreds of miles over land, some on foot -- across northern Africa, through the Sinai Peninsula -- seeking safety and opportunity. Some end up in Israel. View full content
June 20, 2013 - The Online NewsHour
Bookmarked: Elusive Kingdom Zoë Ferraris, author of Finding Nouf, and City Of Veils, returns with a third novel, Kingdom of Strangers, published last week by Back Bay Books. Set in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia, where Ferraris lived for about a year as an American wife of a Saudi-Palestinian Bedouin man, police officer Ibrahim Zahrani and his team come across 19 mutilated female bodies buried in the desert. A serial killer ...
June 18, 2013 - Philly.com
Guy Garvey in Chester Evening Leader Guy told reporters: "I would look at it (the award) in the same way as certain Bedouin tribes, I think, like a bowl of milk. Something that does not occur very often but tastes all the sweeter."
John Boehner in Lebanon Western Star We just head south and south and south and south,Boehner, R-West Chester, said. "Past the sheep with the Bedouin herder, past the goats, past the herd of camels and through a couple of security checkpoints and here's a great big white tent...
Gary McCord in Quad City Times We were like a Bedouin society going around from palm tree to palm tree with no money,McCord told Golf Magazine in February.