To find peace, Kerry must look under the rubble
The U.S effort, led by Secretary of State John Kerry, to revive negotiations between the P.L.O. and Israel recently brought negotiators to Washington D.C. to revive the peace process and settle the 65-year-old conflict. Yet, at the same time that peace is being promoted, the Israeli government has crafted a plan to forcibly displace some 40,000 Palestinian Bedouins living in the Negev desert. The plan was approved by the Israeli parliament (the Knesset) in a first reading on June 24 2013.