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Regional Council Abu Basmah - new regional council was
established in the South District in 2003. Meanwhile, it is
managed by the Ministery of the Interior - South District in
Be'er Sheva. It includes the 5 beduin settlements of Abu-Kurinat,
Be'er Hadaj, Mik'hol, Kasr a-Sar and Tarabin a-Sana. Each
settlement got a local committee.
No symbols yet. .
Dov Gutterman, 6 April 2004
Abu-Basmah (in Arabic - Father of the smile) is a new regional
council in the South District, Be'er Sheva Subdistrict, which
govern Bedouin settlements. The regional council was established
by a decree of the Minister of the Interior of 9 December 2003
(Published in the Rashumot [Official Gazette], Kovetz
HaTakanot [Regulations Collection] 6280 of 7 January 2004.
The regional council jurisdiction include the settlements of Abu-Kurinath, Bir-Hadaj, Mikhol, Kasra-Sar and Tarabin-a-Sana. In the future it will include the planned settlements of Umm-Batin and Molada.
Currently, the regional council is managed by Ministry of the Interior's officials and the "city hall" situated in Ministry of the Interior offices at Be'er Sheva.
I expect that, as done before, this regional council will be an intermediate stage until the settlements (or part of them) will become independent local councils, so I don't expect it to have any symbols.
Sources: MOTI Site, News First Class site.
Dov Gutterman, 6 April 2005