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The Bedouin population in the Negev Desert has experienced in the past two decades a sharp, rapid, and drastic transition in its reality of life in the State of Israel and in the not-easy conditions that the state of Israel has created. This population finds itself coping with difficulties of types it had not known in the past, searching for new ways of existence and survival at different levels and in various aspects. Polygamy, one of the phenomena characterizing the Bedouin population in thefatcat:xe5rj6fdsnbpzo2ytfpbmobkea