[Hasham Zane, Israel; May 18. Image via Getty]

Two bedouin girls play football outside their families' shacks in the unrecognized bedouin settlement of Hasham Zane in southern Israel's Negev desert on May 18, 2009. Around 160,000 Bedouins live in Israel, most dwelling in and around the Negev desert. Around half live in unrecognised villages without municipal services like water and electricity, and much of the rest also live in extreme poverty. AFP PHOTO/DAVID BUIMOVITCH (Photo credit should read DAVID BUIMOVITCH/AFP/Getty Images)

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