العاب غير معترف بها
More than half of the Palestinian Bedouin of the Naqab/Negev desert– about 90,000 people – live in unrecognized villages. „Unrecognized“ means that the state refuses to provide public services to the villages – be it water, electricity, waste disposal, or education and health facilities – and homes are under constant threat of demolition.
“Unrecognized Games“ is about the children who grow up in these villages – Al-Araqeeb, Al-Sirra, Abu Talul, and dozens of others – about their dreams, about the games they play. It documents the children’s lives beyond snapshot-like impressions, the part that the bulldozer drivers don’t see when they raze their homes.
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