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Topic - Khalaf Menaei
In Egypt's restive Sinai, Bedouin leaders are pushing to take matters into their own hands and urging the government to arm their tribesmen by creating a local security force in the peninsula, where the state is struggling to impose its authority and uproot Islamic militants who have attacked Egyptian troops and neighboring Israel.
"We see this as a right of the people of the Sinai," he said. "When a kid is out of school and can't find work, he turns to crime to feed himself."