State has said it’s helping the Bedouin by giving them land after relocation, but much more land goes to settlers, according to figures released at the behest of rights groups
Sara Abu Dahouk was only one of the protesters this week at a West Bank Bedouin village slated for demolition, but her violent arrest reflects the Israeli authorities’ feelings about the residents who are threatened with eviction
Now agriculture minister, then settler activist, Uri Ariel was already planning in the 1970s the eviction of Bedouin living east of Jerusalem that is taking place now in Khan al-Ahmar
Residents of Khan al-Ahmar submitted second petition against their eviction, stating that they are on privately-owned land despite contrary claims ■ State asked High Court to allow demolition of the village's school
Anti-occupation group protest to stop demolition of famous school at Khan al-Ahmar Bedouin village in the West Bank
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Supreme Court Justice Anat Baron filed the injunction following appeal by village's lawyer and harsh criticism from EU countries. The Israeli government has until July 11 to respond
Diplomats from twelve countries visited Khan al-Ahmar after locals clashed with police. The diplomats were blocked from visiting a school in the village, after Israel declares the area a 'closed military zone'
UN Special Coordinator for Mideast Peace Nikolay Mladenov condemns Israel, tweeting that 'actions undermine two-state solution' ■ EU criticizes move, says it 'undermines prospects for lasting peace'
Red Crescent report dozens Palestinians wounded, four evacuated to hospital ■ The expulsion of several dozen Bedouin families from Khan al-Ahmar is seen as enabling future expansion of the settlement of Kfar Adumim