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Remains of Atar Nahal Beqa caravan camps (1991-1996) built during a period of mass immigration of Russians and Ethiopians thanks to a former housing minister Ariel Sharon (well known for expansion drive of Jewish settlements). Southern Beer-Sheva, the Middle East, November 4, 2000
Blooming bushes "Bird-of-paradise" at Senesh Hanna Street in front of a house populated by Russian immigrants. Beer-Sheva, the Middle East, June 2, 2001
View of immigrant s houses from Ben Gurion Boulevard. Beer-Sheva, the Middle East, August 24, 2002
A house for new immigrants at Wingate Street, Shekhuna Gimmel Quarter. Beer-Sheva, August 9, 2002
Remains of Atar Nahal Beqa caravan camps (1991-1996) built during a period of mass immigration of Russians and Ethiopians thanks to a former housing minister Ariel Sharon (well known for expansion drive of Jewish settlements). Southern Beer-Sheva, the Middle East, November 4, 2000
Big thorny plants in Shekhuna Gimmel Quarter near a house populated by Russian immigrants. Beer-Sheva, the Middle East, April 10, 2001
Houses for immigrants at Bialik Street. Beer-Sheva, the Middle East, November 18, 2001
A house for new immigrants at Wingate Street, Shekhuna Gimmel Quarter. Beer-Sheva, August 9, 2002
Residential houses for immigrants at Bialik Street. Beer-Sheva, the Middle East, November 4, 2000
New immigrants decorate their house at Ben Gurion Boulevard for Independence Day. Beer-Sheva, the Middle East, May 9, 2000
A house for recent immigrants on Gush Ezyon Street. Beer-Sheva, the Middle East, December 2, 2000
A house for recent immigrants at Ringenblum Street, Shekhuna Dalet neighborhood. Beer-Sheva, the Middle East, October 8, 2001

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