Source: Egyptian Institute for Studies
Author(s): Nouran Hassan
The first part of this work has examined political strategies to dismantle the local identity of Bedouin tribes in northern Sinai, first by political mediation then by coercion and offense to end two communities’ physical presence in the governorate. This paper gives more details on the economic and humanitarian costs borne by the Sawarka and Ermilat members. In doing so, I examine how their victimhood is constructed in socio-economic contexts both in origin and destination governorates.
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