The Palestinian village under threat of demolition by Israel

The International Criminal Court is investigating Israel’s planned eviction of the people of Khan al-Ahmar.

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    A six-month sit-in is continuing in the occupied West Bank and so are Palestinian protests against Israeli plans to bulldoze an entire village.

    The Israeli government says Khan al-Ahmar was illegally built and describes the Bedouin who live there as "squatters".

     

    Al Jazeera's Natasha Ghoneim has more from the community under threat to make way for more illegal Israeli settlements.


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