Historical Description[edit | edit source]
Bedouins are a nomadic people living in North African and Arabian deserts. Traditionally, Bedouins travel on camels and horses, making their living herdings goats and cattle, taxing caravans crossing their territory, and raiding nearby villages. They are peerless mounted warriors, comfortable with both sword and rifle from horseback. Famed adventurer T.E. Lawrence, known as Lawrence of Arabia, led groups of Bedouins to wreak havoc on Ottoman installations during World War I.