Bedouins are nomadic Arab culture living in desert regions of the Middle East where they rearing goats, sheep and camels.
They represent about 10% of the population of the Middle East. A Bedouin family includes the head of household, his or her spouse (s), and unmarried children.
The Bedouins, who once crossed the deserts of the Arabian Peninsula and Palestine without regard for borders, in Syria represent a little less than 1% of the population. The government has been sedentary for years these nomadic unrepentant. Pastors for most (and sometimes off) the Bedouins still continue with horses.
In Israel, the government attempts to settle these populations in the Negev and Galilee who serve in the Israeli army (often as border guards) unlike other Israeli Arabs who generally do not carry military service.
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