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As a result of this, the Arab population is particularly young. 8 among the Christians. 8. 1) (Al-Haj, 1996). Associated with the rise in the young age group was an increase in the percentage of children of school age. About 38% of the Arab population are children aged 5-19 who are going to school, in comparison with 28% among Jews (Al-Haj, 1996: 17). If we add to the above data the children aged 3-4 who attend pre-kindergarten nurseries, a non-formal school framework, which constitutes about 12% of the general Arab population, we find that 50% of the Arab population are of school age.
This influenced the employment structure of the Palestinians, as we shall discuss below. Except for the results of the war and the confiscation of the lands of the Palestinians in Israel, especially in the 1950s, particularly in the Little Triangle and Galilee, the Arabs in those regions in Israel have not undergone any drastic demographic changes since then. However, considerable changes are occurring in the demography of the Bedouins in the Negev. Continuing a policy that began in Ottoman times of moving Bedouin from nomadic to sedentary living, Israel has expropriated lands that belong to them in an attempt to settle them in permanent settlements (Alafenish 1987; Falah, 1989).
In addition, the government passed laws and manipulated laws and regulations from the British Mandate period or even Ottoman laws in order to expropriate Arab lands. One of the laws, called “the law of absentee property”, passed in 1950, allowed the expropriation of lands of Palestinian refugees, and those who remained in Israel were known as “present-absentees” (Cohen, 1989). 12 The data for the years 1967 and 1973 in the table are based on Harari (1974: 19). 20 (see also Faris, 1996). , 1972: 11), and individual income was very low.