Israel borders on the eviction of Bedouin village



International Desk:

Israel has ordered the residents of Khan Al-Ahmar, the Bedouin village of the West Bank, to move away from the settlement by October 1. They gave the order to residents there on Sunday by distributing brochures. British news agency Reuters reported. The Khan Al-Ahmar village, located in the desert mountainous area along the Israeli highway from Jerusalem to Dead Sea, is made of tin and wood. About 180 people living in the village perform livelihood keeping sheep and goats. Israel evacuated them from there and planned to allow a Palestinian village, to build a place in a degraded place 12 kilometers away. Some European countries, including Palestine, have criticized Israel’s actions. They warned that such actions would affect the community and the peace process.


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