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Chatty and Colchester - Chapter 11

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Buy and Download Description There are a number of reasons to account for the nomadism of the Bedouin. One decisive factor has been the search for grazing land and water. Another has been the need to escape retribution: when one Bedouin kills another, tribal law requires him and all his relatives to move some distance away, and seek the protection of a sufficiently strong tribe. When Islam spread in the seventh century, a wave of Bedouins came to the Negev from the Arabian Peninsula and settled. A second wave of Bedouin settlement commenced in the ninth century and lasted till the twelfth; then a third wave, again from the Arabian Peninsula, took place in the second half of the sixteenth century. There are a number of reasons to account for the nomadism of the Bedouin. One decisive factor has been the search for grazing land and water. Another has been the need to escape retribution: when one Bedouin kills another, tribal law requires him
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