Israeli occupation authorities have reportedly begun using a new product to cover the floor of the homes of Bedouin families in an area north of the city of Hebron.
According to Haaretz, the new product is called Red Oak Flooring.
It is made from a blend of red oak and sandstone, and was reportedly invented in Israel and has already been tested in the occupied territories.
Israel has long used this product to paint the homes and businesses of Bedounis, which have been forced to move into settlements built on land they own.
They face restrictions in the West Bank and face harassment from settlers, who often beat them and use derogatory language towards them.
Israeli media has reported that the government is now testing the product to use on the ground floor of several Israeli-run housing complexes in the Golan Heights.
This article has been updated with additional information from Haaretz.