Negev Desert

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Noun1.Negev Desert - a desert in southern Israel
Israel, State of Israel, Yisrael, Zion, Sion - Jewish republic in southwestern Asia at eastern end of Mediterranean; formerly part of Palestine
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Israeli occupation forces on Tuesday stormed the village of Lqiya in the Negev desert and handed out demolition and evacuation notices to 30 buildings and facilities.
Located in the Negev desert and a target of demolition policy, Bir Hadaj is a Bedouin agricultural village, which is not recognized by the Israeli authorities until 2004, and is not connected to the electricity grid.
Hail even fell in the Negev desert region in the south of the country.
Israeli forces fired rubber-coated steel bullets and tear gas canisters towards dozens of Palestinians who took to the streets of Ramallah in support of Palestinian prisoners in Israeli jails and in condemnation of the Israeli Prison Service (IPS) oppressive measures against prisoners in Negev desert prison, in southern Israel.
Titled AMADEE-20, the expedition will see scientists, astronauts and researchers from the Austrian Space Forum (OeWF) will travel to the Negev Desert in Israel in 2020, to carry out experiments ahead of a first-ever manned mission to Mars.
Last February I drove through the Negev desert in a kind of daze, mesmerized by the silent landscape.
The previously unknown piece of holy art was spotted at a Byzantine church in the Negev desert.
SodaStream now manufactures its machines in Lehavim in the Negev Desert and its syrups at a factory in Ashkelon.
About 240,000 Palestinians live in the Negev Desert. Half of them live in villages and communities established hundreds of years ago.
Today's stage through the Negev Desert to the Red Sea resort of Eilat will be a sterner test of how well he has bounced back from his tumble.
- The Negev Desert although dry and arid, is home to a burgeoning wine route located between the city of Be'er Sheva and the hilltop town of Mitzpe Ramon.