People of desert who wandered all their lives: do not recognize their nationality, take desert as their home, and use sky as a bed
There are nations in world, they have a very significant feature compared to other nations. This feature is that this nation does not recognize neither laws nor nationality. They are in a state of no fixed place, wandering and living in wilderness. It is strange that they do not prefer to settle in habitable places, but are always in a state of motion.
People of this ethnic group are called Bedouins. The social status of Bedouins is extremely low, and they are at very bottom of society. Because of discrimination, they cannot go to school and work like normal people and cannot rely on businesses to make ends meet.
Some Bedouins prefer to drive taxis to make a living, but because of their special status, many passengers refuse to take their taxis. These Bedouins want to change this situation in two ways.
First, change your social status by choosing to marry someone from a different ethnic group, or if some Bedouins can find some companies that for them> Voucher can change their life too.
In such a social environment, Bedouins can only choose to act against rules to make a living.
You can see them selling goods at many docks and ports. The life of Bedouin, who sell their goods on streets, is still hard.
Some people believe that it is because of violation of human trafficking rules by Bedouins that the slow development of local tourism industry hinders development of local tourism industry. What are living conditions of Bedouins living in desert?
The climate is dry in a desert area, water is so scarce, life is inconvenient so why do Bedouins still insist on living in a desert oasis instead of other areas Wool fabric? If you want to explain why Bedouins still live in desert, you have to start at 1300 years ago.
Under influence of religious factors at that time, Bedouins were subjected to severe bullying and insults, they suffered severe physical and mental injuries. Some Bedouin did not want to submit to local sect, so they had to leave their hometown and move to desert. The rest of Bedouins accepted authority of local sect and stayed there.
Some of Bedouins who left their hometown wandered through desert and after a long and difficult journey finally settled in Nile Delta. But good times did not last long, this place of residence, found after a difficult search, was soon occupied by Arabs.
In order to avoid bullying and persecution by Arabs, they had to set out again in search of a new place of residence. These Bedouins began their journey again. After two hundred years of hard work, they traveled to many places and finally found oasis of Harria in desert and settled here.
Fortunately, these Bedouins did not clash with local natives. They have a very harmonious relationship with local indigenous people. They help each other and build infrastructure of life together. Together they grow food, drink and irrigate water, and build houses, their standard of living improved.
Stable life made Bedouin no longer wander, and this place became their new hometown. Gradually, many Bedouins who remained on Arabian Peninsula also heard news of a new residence here, and one by one they left Arabian Island and moved here.
Today's inhabitants of oasis still rely on solar power as their main source of energy. This area has not received much attention from relevant local authorities, so some infrastructure construction has been relatively lagging behind. In eyes of many people, life of Bedouins living in oasis is completely different from life of modern people, and has strongly deviated.
Because these oases, where Bedouins live all year round, are closed, forming a kind of isolation from outside world, so internal and external communication is not smooth < /strong>, very little communication. It also led them to form their own unique beliefs and stick to them. slowly. They have formed special thoughts and concepts and have developed a unique lifestyle.
In addition, as regards Bedouin area, according to local residents, Kharja oasis belongs to Bedouins. In 1950s Bedouin had many conflicts with Egyptians here. For this reason, both sides started many negotiations, but all of these negotiations ended in failure.
The conflict between Bedouins and Egyptians goes back two thousand years. The tourism industry in Egypt has developed rapidly mainly on Nile River, bringing great economic benefits to region, but when these tourist resources stop developing, it place belongs to Bedouin people. The conflict between Bedouins and Egyptians gradually deepened to such an extent that it was difficult to reconcile. There are a large number of villages abandoned due to conflict between Egyptians and Bedouins. These villages are uninhabited and have become uninhabited villages.